My guest is Monica Horan Rosenthal. Monica joined Summer Stage when she was a dancer at Prendie. She is remembered for playing Veta in Harvey, Mrs. McAfee in Bye Bye Birdie, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, and Miss Hanigan in Annie. Monica has also appeared in 66 episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond as Amy McDougall Barone. I hope you enjoy our conversation, so, come along and have some fun. . .We all have stories to tell and they can be heard here.Welcome to Brave and Strong and True, a podcast created to engage Summer Stage alumni of all ages. I'm Bob Falkenstein. Monica would like you to know more about the Delaware County Literacy Council https://delcoliteracy.org/champions-of-adult-literacy/Of course, Bob botched the quote from Crimes and Misdemeanors. It really is “Don't listen to what your teachers tell you, you know. Don't pay attention. Just, just see what they look like and that's how you'll know what life is really gonna be like.”The final lines from the same film are thus: “We are all faced throughout our lives with agonizing decisions. Moral choices. Some are on a grand scale. Most of these choices are on lesser points. But! We define ourselves by the choices we have made. We are in fact the sum total of our choices. Events unfold so unpredictably, so unfairly, human happiness does not seem to have been included, in the design of creation. It is only we, with our capacity to love, that give meaning to the indifferent universe. And yet, most human beings seem to have the ability to keep trying, and even to find joy from simple things like their family, their work, and from the hope that future generations might understand more.”Our music is composed and performed by Neil McGettigan https://neilmcgettiganandtheeleventhhour.bandcamp.com/releasesI'd like to thank Jane Baker for editing this episode.Please subscribe to Brave and Strong and True on Apple Podcasts. While you're there, please rate the show and leave a comment. If you want to be a guest on Brave and Strong and True, please contact me at email@example.com. You must have a desktop or laptop computer running the latest version of the Google Chrome browser. It helps if you have an external microphone and headphones, but Apple earbuds work too.Brave and Strong and True relies on financial support from its listeners. Please click the “Support the Show” link at the bottom of the show notes to support the show.Support the show
Historia 042 - Dark Explorers TV - Veta Dos - Parte 1/1 Las profundidades de la tierra esconden ambiciones deshonestas y traiciones solo aplacadas con la sangre de sus perpetradores. Aquellos sucesos pueden dotar a lugares de presencias sobrenaturales o simplemente de engaños bien elaborados. Solo hay una forma de descubrirlo, investigarlo y claro, documentarlo para nuestro canal de YouVideo de Dark Explorers. --- Escúchanos en todas las plataformas de audio o revisa el video de la partida en YouTube. Además, si usas Spotify o Ivoox, tenemos listas según sistema de juego en donde se agrupan los episodios para ayudarte a encontrarlos según el tipo de historias que desees seguir. Todo esto lo podrás encontrar en el siguiente enlace. https://linktr.ee/pastasroleros https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkwA5y4qQwQ&t=860s https://www.instagram.com/pastasroleros/ ---- #darkexplorers #perversod20 #narraciondehorror #horror #terror #radioteatro #juegosderol #partidaderol #audiodrama #rol #podcast #podcastderol #narracion #historias #narrativa #narrador #narradoresdehistorias #narraciones #podcastdejuegosderol #cuentahistorias #cuentacuentos #cosmico #horrorcosmico #horror #miedo #locura #demencia #terrorpsicologico #cuentosdeterror #audiohistorias --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pastasroleros/message
Journaliststjärnorna Staffan Dopping och Cecilia Garme möter komikerstjärnorna Dilan Apak och Moa Lundqvist! Äntligen fredag! Journalister från nättidskriften Kvartal möter komiker från humorshower i en duell mellan lag "Staffan Dopping & Cecilia Garme" och lag "Dilan Apak & Moa Lundqvist"!För vilken vecka vi har haft!Det blir en passivt aggressiv Richard Herrey! P1-skånska! Stockholmsnäver! Kvadrupelhöjningar som väcker kräkreflexen! Dansband med Stefan Ingves! Poetry slam! Anklagelser mot Bokmässan! Liberalernas huvudmotståndare!Och dessutom! Det höll vi ju på att glömma. Vad är egentligen meningen med livet? Varmt välkomna till ännu en fredag med Lantzkampen!Lantzkampen i P1 är en frågesport om veckans nyheterSå går det till: Två lag, med två personer i varje, tävlar om vem som mest hängivet har följt med i veckans nyhetsrapportering.Programledare är som alltid Annika Lantz och vår ständiga domare heter självklart Sara Lövestam!Hör du något lustigt i nyheterna som du tycker skulle passa i Lantzkampen - hör av dig till oss! Mejl: firstname.lastname@example.org
A proposta aprovada pelo Parlamento Europeu prevê a proibição da compra de 14 produtos se eles forem originários de áreas desmatadas após 31 de dezembro de 2019. Esta reportagem é uma parceria da Agência Radioweb e da Rádio França Internacional.
Dagen efter valet! Statsvetaren Oskar Hultin Bäckersten svarar på dina frågor om valet. Vi pratar med Julia Kronlid (SD), Maud Olofsson (C) och Mona Sahlin (S) om det preliminära valresultatet. Politikreporter Parisa Höglund från podden "Det politiska spelet" bjuder på en valanalys och talman Andreas Norlén (M) berättar om regeringsbildningen. Dessutom: Lova Olsson live från riksdagen.
We all dream of a huge paycheck or a major promotion, but how willing are we to commit to what it takes to get there? Success is more than our knowledge, abilities, and skills — it's also about ownership. Because ultimately, we determine success for ourselves. In this episode, we talk to Veta Richardson, an author and business strategist leader. Veta knew her potential and took ownership of her personal and professional success. She also shares her experiences as the 'different one' and how they shaped her into the great mentor and author she is today. Listen as she takes us through her journey to self-actualization and leaves an immediate and lasting impact on people. Listen to the episode if you want to be inspired by Veta's journey and learn how to take ownership of your success! 3 Reasons to Listen:Learn how genuine intent in helping others achieve success leads to your success. Discover the six habits to own your destiny, overcome challenges, and unlock opportunities. Know how to take ownership of your personal and professional success. Resourceshttps://timwinders.com/book (Coach: A Story of Success Redefined) by Tim Winders Subscribe to the https://www.youtube.com/c/SeekGoCreate (Seek, Go, Create YouTube Channel) http://acc.com (Association of Corporate Counsel) https://www.amazon.com/Take-Six-Essential-Challenges-Opportunities/dp/1950863557 (Take Six: Essential Habits To Own Your Destiny, Overcome Challenges, And Unlock Opportunities) by Veta Richardson https://vetatrichardson.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/take_stock_checklist.pdf (Take Stock Checklist) https://www.amazon.com/Habits-Highly-Effective-People/dp/0671708635 (Seven Habits of Highly Effective People) by Stephen Covey Learn more about Veta and her work on her https://vetatrichardson.com/ (website) Connect with Veta: https://www.linkedin.com/in/veta-t-richardson-41480318b/ (LinkedIn) | https://twitter.com/VetaRichardson (Twitter) About VetaVeta Richardson is the president and CEO of Associate of Corporate Counsel, a not-for-profit corporation dedicated exclusively to serving chief legal and compliance executives. She authored https://www.amazon.com/Take-Six-Essential-Challenges-Opportunities/dp/1950863557 (Take Six), a book on habits to own your destiny, overcome challenges, and unlock opportunities based on Veta's life experiences. If you'd like to reach out to Veta, you can contact her on her https://vetatrichardson.com/ (website) or connect on https://www.linkedin.com/in/veta-t-richardson-41480318b/ (LinkedIn). Episode Highlights[04:26] Veta's MissionVeta's mission is to positively impact people — to see them step out of their comfort zones and think of their problems differently. She is a firm believer in ‘paying it forward.' Veta wrote 'Take Six' as a passion project to reach, mentor, and help more people. However, she shares that the world has become so complex and divisive that making an impact feels like one individual at a time. Veta encourages people to have conversations and strive for impact amid the potentially exhausting environment. She believes that impact will nourish our souls. [11:56] Veta's Biggest Life InfluencesVeta's most significant influence is her parents. She grew up focusing on what's possible — the things she can control. Veta had a strong sense of personal accountability and pushed herself to get good grades. Veta's parents also taught her to become known for good things. [12:39] "And really, the only thing that we can control is ourselves and our own reaction to all the things that might go around us. None of us can control the course of fate. We can position ourselves as best as we can." - https://ctt.ec/c0GRl (Click Here To Tweet This)[15:41] How Being ‘Different' Affected VetaVeta and her sister stood out for being the only non-white students at their school. Being 'different' gave...
I det här avsnittet går Cecilia och Jenni igenom vad Metaverse är och dess betydelse för sociala medier i framtiden! ⭐ Vad är Metaverse? ⭐ Har Metaverse något med Meta och Facebook att göra? ⭐ Vad är nyttan och vem har användning av Metaverse? ⭐ Hur kommer Metaverse påverka vårt sätt att kommunicera? ⭐ ...och mycket mer!
Bylo to v roce 2000, kdy na summitu Evropské unie padlo rozhodnutí o jejím rozšíření o středoevropské státy, včetně České republiky. Již tehdy ovšem byl tento krok podmíněn reformou unijních institucí, která měla učinit jejich rozhodování efektivnějším. Šlo hlavně o to, že ve větším počtu je nesnadnější dospívat k jednomyslné shodě, kterou požadovaly tehdy platné zakládající smlouvy Unie.Všechny díly podcastu Názory a argumenty můžete pohodlně poslouchat v mobilní aplikaci mujRozhlas pro Android a iOS nebo na webu mujRozhlas.cz.
Bylo to v roce 2000, kdy na summitu Evropské unie padlo rozhodnutí o jejím rozšíření o středoevropské státy, včetně České republiky. Již tehdy ovšem byl tento krok podmíněn reformou unijních institucí, která měla učinit jejich rozhodování efektivnějším. Šlo hlavně o to, že ve větším počtu je nesnadnější dospívat k jednomyslné shodě, kterou požadovaly tehdy platné zakládající smlouvy Unie.
Listen to and Subscribe to the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast on all audio platforms and on YouTube for more amazing interviews at https://www.KDDPodcast.com and follow Knockin' Doorz Down on social media. #onedayatatime #wedorecover ##inspiration Why did I want to talk with Matthew Ganem on Knockin' Doorz Down? Matt has been in recovery for 14 years and has worked in the field of substance abuse treatment since 2014. He has reached thousands of lives through his efforts to battle drug and alcohol addiction. At Aftermath Addiction Treatment Center, Matt takes an active role in the day-to-day activities with the clients, he is usually the first person a client will see as they enter the door. Matt makes sure to let each client know that they are not alone as they begin their journey on the path to recovery and tries to inspire them to achieve a better way of life in recovery. Matt is an award-winning poet and public speaker, the author of The Shadow Of An Addict, and was recognized as the Recovery Advocate of the year in 2015 by the Massachusetts Organization of Addiction and Recovery. He is well known for speaking on addiction and prevention at schools and local community events. Matt is committed to building Aftermath into a leading treatment provider where people feel welcomed and supported on their journey to recovery. Matt Ganem is a true inspiration, from being a troubled youth, experimenting with alcohol and drugs at a young age. Matt was on the verge of death, in constant trouble with the law, and losing friends to drug use. This led Matt to a life of recovery, finding his voice through poetry and music as well as becoming a dedicated father of two. Matt is now the owner of the Aftermath Treatment Center helping others achieve sobriety while being an addiction recovery leader in his community and resource to all. For more on Matt Ganem and Aftermath Treatment Center https://www.facebook.com/MattGanemPoet http://www.iamnotanonymous.org/matthew https://www.instagram.com/mattganem_poet https://aftermathtreatmentcenter.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down, the Carlos Vieira Foundation, the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race For Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved. Transcript What is recovery, it's stepping outside of your comfort zone, you know, and like public speaking, hopping in the ring and being an announcer, doing poetry. Like these are all like unorthodox things that when you tell somebody their own fears, they're projecting on you and for how long did we sit in? Like that cage thinking that we weren't good enough, that we weren't capable of anything. We didn't deserve any better of a life. You know, like I was on a suicide mission every day. Like I didn't wanna live cuz I didn't think I was worth it at, at one point. I didn't think anybody loved me because of the wreckage that I caused. And I don't like facing my wreckage. I don't like at that time when I was using and I I'd hurt my family at hurt a friend, I don't ever wanna face them. I wanna run, fight a flight. Let me take off cuz I don't wanna deal with the repercussions of what I caused Knocking doors down your host. Jason, here with you. My guest on this episode, Matt G do me a favor. Please hit subscribe on whatever platform that you're enjoying on Spotify, apple podcast. And please share these episodes with someone that you think might just need to hear some of the knowledge that the guests share here on the podcast, in the conversations that we have do me a favor, help knocking doors down, grow, share with someone else that you think can get value out of these podcasts. Why did I wanna talk to Matt? Well, he's returning for a second time, but I wanna talk to someone that works in the addiction recovery field and some of the things they're seeing post COVID that are some really big concerns for the recovery community. Plus, I want to touch on the transformations that Matt's been making with his life since it's been a couple years and pick Matt's brain about getting to that next level in my own recovery. And so many other things that are insightful that might help you turn your life around. And that's what knocking doors down is all about. Before we get to Matt G I've gotta thank 51 50 51 50 is about having the power to overcome, to persevere the power, to set your life on a course to success. And right now you can get 20% off when you go to 51 50 ltm.com. Use the code K D D 20 that's K D D 20 20% off. Check out all the swag, hatch shirts, sweatshirts, all the gear that you want and get 20% off cuz we couldn't do knocking doors down without 51 50. Here's my guest, Matt Gandham after math treatment coming back on the pod, how's it going? My brother, It's going pretty good, man. It's a beautiful, beautiful day. Of Course, Matt, this second time here on the pod, if you want to hear Matt's story, go back through the archives. I mean just you're one of those people. The reason I want to talk to you again, cuz death was, was imminent. But, but now where I'm like really actively working my sobriety because it's doing a pretty guy, good job. The first time we met, but I got that arrogant streak in me. Like I'm okay. And, and I ended up falling off. So it's almost 17 months ago. I really wanna dig in with you on, on signs of substance abuse, cuz you were young when you were hitting it, you know, maybe it helped the listener see for a significant other that, Hey, these are some warnings, man. These are the things that pop up. Yeah. So one of the, I, I mean for me, a lot of it started with like behaviors in class, class, clown trying to get attention, you know, the insecurities and stuff that, that I had inside the fear of acceptance, the fear that people don't like me, that I would do over the top things to try to gain, you know, whether it was laugh, smiling on, you know, just something I was trying to, to gain from a young age, getting in trouble, you know, fighting there. There were just a lot of like, you know, certain behaviors even before I picked up a drug that, that you know, that you can spot for like a kid it's a little harder for like relationships because I was like so fucked up most of my youth that like, you know, I think when I was getting high, I mean, I don't know I was getting girls that, that didn't get high to drive me to do stickups and I, I don't know I was in, I was in some, in some shit when I was using. Yeah. But, but the obsession and the compulsiveness of, of a child, which like as a parent now, like I see in my kids, I see an electronics, you know, like you take your phone or, or a tablet away from a child and they have like a meltdown. It's like taking a bag of dope away from me. Like I'm gonna flip out, you know, but that's what it was like for like, I would do things to, to the max, you know? Sure. When I was playing sports, it was like, I was the last kid to leave the court after playing all night baseball, you know, I throw, I throw a ball into my arm was throbbing because I wanted to get better. And I wanted to be the best in like that competition, you know, just to be better than the next person to be the player on whatever team I was on. And I would do everything like over the top. And then I gravitated towards like the trouble makers, you know, and then to be accepted by trouble makers, you have to cause trouble. You know? So I, I was getting suspended in school in fifth grade. I was getting, you know, I don't know. I, I did a bunch of nonsense when I was real young. Like I was like a terrorist child. Like I feel awful cuz like it, it wasn't, you know, it wasn't how my parents really raised me. I mean, they both worked. My father left my mother when I was young, but they were both like working class. So like I kind of, you know, would cause trouble on my walk to, and from school stealing from the corner store, you know, for like validation from, from the people around me that like, oh Matt's crazy, Matt will do crazy things or Right. You know, there was a time I was hanging out with all the kids and they wanted to smoke. They wanted cigarettes and they didn't have any. So I said, alright, watch, I'll go steal smokes from this corner store. And they had like a hot dog stand to the side. So I asked the guy for a hot dog. And when he went to go make it, I ran around the corner, took two cottons of cigarettes and was booting down the streets. I didn't even smoke at the time just to say that I did it to like be accepted or whatever. Like the, the, you know, just doing dumb things. It remind me of line from it's fallout boy. Yeah. I like fallout, boy I'll own it. I don't care. I don't care what you think as long as it's about me. Yeah, exactly. And it really is. It's like we it's the truth. Yeah. We just wanna fucking build a rep of some kind. Okay. As long as it's this, this attention I'm getting attention and it it's so screw, it's funny you talk about relationships. Like I was a king of codependency, you know? Yeah. Any guy that maybe had some abandonment issues and wanted to nurture, So to mommy trying to fix me. Yeah. I'm gonna latch onto any broken, you know, broken pot of you and, and you're gonna need me through all that. Yeah. It's Yeah. I mean, it's, you know, it's that, that, that for that attention was what I did, you know, my, I went through full high school, so I was constantly getting kicked out. So I wore that like a badge of honor. Right. I sold drugs like, oh, I'm big, bad drug dealer. Like, no, I was getting high the whole time. And you know, being a little, you know, Guinea pig for whoever the kids in the neighborhood where we're like, Hey, go run these in school and bring us back the money. And I used to think I was like some big, bad guy stick up kid. I got stabbed. I used to wear that like a badge on like somebody almost killed me. Yeah. Like the rep and the longer in sobriety I get, the more I look back at like how delusional and you know, just like my way of thinking was so fucked back. Yeah. Back when I was using, when, you know, the streets, like whatever, I was like wrapped up in that I was just like a lost child. Like wish somebody grabbed me at that time and just shook me. Like, you don't need to try to impress other people. And the older I get, the less, I care about the opinion of others. Yep. And especially like putting your story out there and like, you know, like the poetry and, and some of the things that I've done in my recovery in my life, you gotta let go of, of people's opinions. I remember when I first started telling people, I'm gonna try to like chase poetry as a dream. And I come from a neighborhood where you don't, you know, Not that Shit. Yeah. They, you know, they're like, what, what are you talking about? I'm like, yeah, I'm gonna go do an open mic and I'm gonna go recite poetry. And they would laugh at, you know, like, oh, what Matt's, you know, Matt's on something, But it's kind of that, don't you think that, and I still struggle with this. This is one of the great reasons I wanted to talk to you is I have these things inside. And I, I was telling my girlfriend this, like, it, it, it feels like it wants to escape. And, and it's just, you know, I said, what, when I was drinking, I didn't give a fuck. I would, I would do whatever it was now. Like I have a conscience and I don't wanna be overbearing to people or whatever it is, but we kind of gotta embrace it. We are a little bit nutty. Yeah. And that's a good thing. And, and get the fuck after it. Like what, what do you want to do? You know, you look at a, at a guy, whether you, whatever you think of him or not Elon Musk, I wanna send rockets to space. Yeah. Okay. I'm gonna do it. You know, you kinda Gotta be well that's yeah. Everybody gave him shit. When he said that, thinking like, oh, who, you know, this guy's a lunatic, but he has the, the follow through to it, you know? Yeah. Yeah. And he's, I love Elon. I love everything that, that, that guy does. And it's the crazy people that, that actually change the world and make a difference. You know what I mean? Like you have to be some level of, of, you know, every genius has a touch of insanity. The knocking doors down book shares all the history and inspiration behind the Carlos Vera foundation and how it all started all proceeds from the book benefit, the Carlos Vera foundation's race to be drug free campaign. So what's that all about through the race to be drug free campaign. Carlos Vera foundation raises awareness about drug abuse, donates to drug free programs and brings drug free speakers into schools to educate youth the race to be drug free campaigns. Main program is the gloves, not drugs boxing program. This program is completely free for kids between the ages of eight and 17 to learn discipline, strength, respect, comradery, and the art of boxing. The program was created to keep kids off the streets out of gangs and away from drugs for more info and to get involved, check out Carlos Vera foundation.org. Yeah. I, and for me, you know, as a parent, as well, father daughter like yourself, how can I sit and tell my kids go after it, chase your dreams if I'm being a hypocrite and I'm not. Yeah. You know? Yeah. Like we gotta set that groundwork. No, I know. So like, I try to embrace for like my kids. My kids are like wicked creative, both of them. And which I hope is, is part of, you know, me being a poet, them seeing me perform. And like some of the things that poetry has brought to like my life, like being on the news and being able to travel and, and all like the treatment center and all the stuff that came after it, you know, my son has had a progression where he started doing comic books at a young age. So I was pushing him to, to draw comics and he was selling 'em for a dollar, a piece, you know? And then he moved to like animation on YouTube, draw in voiceovers, getting friends involved to like voice the characters and have storylines. And then we embraced it. And what's funny is now, so he just turned 14 years old and he he's like into rap, which like, I'm like a big rap fan. And I catch him every now and then free styling to himself. So now when we're walking the dogs, it's like, he goes a few lines. I go a few lines and we go back and forth, you know, because like, I feel like a lot of times people will tell you not to do something or not to chase your dreams, especially like at younger, you know, a young age, they want you boxed into like, you know, get a job, go to college, get a job, bury yourself in debt, outside the box, thinking isn't, isn't gonna get you anywhere where like, I wanna embrace the creativity. Cause I feel like modern day schools kind of destroy that passion that, you know, my, my daughter wants to be a singer, got a karaoke machine and, and try to push her to sing, but she got stage fright. So she has to, she gets too embarrassed around people. That's funny. See, I got, I got so SI fright. Like you put me on a stage. I'm fine. Yeah. Yep. Exactly. Prop me up there. I'm good. Like I'll do for, for 51 50 there MMA events. I'm good. Once I get in the ring and do the announcing, but then when I get off and people are like, man, you're really good. I'm like, you're like, thanks. I appreciate I don't inebriate myself anymore to have that ability, but I'm working on it. I'm fucking working on it. But that that's. And how cool is that? That you didn't listen to the naysayers and hear this son that your skill and these things that you wanted to do that your addiction hindered. You said, fuck it. I mean, I, I could have been dead. This isn't. Yeah. Kill me. And your opinion of me. Isn't gonna kill Me. Exactly. Well, it's also part of like recovery. What is recovery? It's stepping outside of your comfort zone, you know, and like public speaking, hopping in the ring and being in an announcer, doing poetry. Like these are all like unorthodox things that when you tell somebody their own fears, they're projecting on you and for how long did we sit in? Like that cage thinking that we weren't good enough, that we weren't capable of anything. We didn't deserve any better of a life. You know? Like I was on a suicide mission every day. Like I didn't wanna live cuz I didn't think I was worth it at, at one point. I didn't think anybody loved me because the wreckage that I caused and I don't like facing my wreckage. I don't like at that time when I was using and I I'd hurt my family I'd hurt a friend. I don't ever wanna face them. I wanna run, fight a flight. Let me take off cuz I don't wanna deal with the repercussions of what I caused. Yeah. You know, All to what, Whereas whereas now like looking at, at some of those outside the box things and the things that, that were really uncomfortable for me, especially in the early stages that I was able to grow, you know, into the, that where we're at right now, like I'm, you're in California right now. I'm in Massachusetts. We cross paths somehow. And we get to have like a conversation about recovery, about life parenting, a wide range of things that really stem from me getting clean. And then also me like from my side of it, when people were like, oh, what are you gonna do with poetry? It's a waste of time. Like, all right, I'm gonna prove you wrong. Just like when people told me I wasn't gonna stay clean or I'd be back in jail or I was gonna be a statistic. It's like, all right, that I'm gonna show you and I'm gonna, you know, exceed any expectations or the limits that you're gonna set. Well, and it's funny that you brought what you brought up about school. I think it was Gary Vanner check Gary V people in the, and he said, school's really good at building workers. It's not really good at building the creative entrepreneurial mind to go after that spirit and, and pursue what you wanna do. So it's good for the groundwork, but like, Hey parents, and it's nice to, to, to, I think one of the things we get outta recovery, we get a lot more switched on shit. We've seen both sides. We've seen a lot. And like one of the, one of the, the, I just did an interview that was like from, from addict to entrepreneur. And it asked about like some of the, the strengths from my drug use. Right. And how they've adapted into being a business owner and, and an entrepreneur. And a lot of it's like the risk, the risk taking risk versus reward, getting uncomfortable, taking chances. I mean, how, for me, so many times I was pushing the limits on, on doing whatever I had to do to get high that now I turn that same mentality into success. Yeah. You know what I mean? And for instance, I, I love sports. You see my man, Tom Brady behind me in his autograph, I got a bunch of autographs around my office, around my house. So I go to this like autograph shop and you know, I I'm pretty to myself when I'm, I don't really talk much to people, but I ended up getting into a conversation with the guy at the shop. Now he went to school to be an entrepreneur, huh. Right. Works for somebody doesn't own his own business. And he in turn tells me, as I shared with him that I I've take, you know, I've, I've owned businesses that have failed. I've take risks that I've failed. I haven't gotten discouraged, wiped the dart off, learned the lesson from it and moved on and used. What I learned into the next venture practical experience is, is what's made me a successful businessman. And he goes and tells me how school hurts him because he is so terrified to take a chance at anything because how much, you know, the, just the way they're educated to be an entrepreneur. Yeah. In a school setting, it's like, it just doesn't teach you compared to like, you know, the successes and failures that, that, that we might have faced. And I think our addiction, you know, you fallen 17 months ago gives you that drive of like, I can bounce back from anything. Like I got cleaned from shooting heroin and homelessness. There's nothing you can put in front of me that I don't think I'm gonna be able to get through. Oh, I fall short hair. Cool. Cut. Bait. Move on. Yeah. Like I'm not gonna, you know, I had a pizza shop. I had this great, you know, to talk about businesses. I had a, the last place I owned, 20% of it bought a couple of sober houses. So I was like, oh, the guys go through treatment. Then when they graduate treatment, they move to the sober house. And this pizza shop came on, you know, the market. I'm like, oh, it's a great idea. It's a get well job. Yeah. They can't really put drug addicts with cash on hand businesses. And no, I did it with the best intention at the time it ended up failing miserably. Cuz all I hired was like recovering addicts and you know, unfortunately Got wiped a bit. Huh? Yeah. You go to the register and be a little from time to time. It's like, you know, it was a bad, it was a bad business decision, but like I'm not gonna let it haunt me. It's it's a learning lesson. You know, I'll probably never get into the, the food industry ever Again, You know, but I'm willing to take the risk and you know, I took it on the chin and moved on, you know, Absolutely. This whole thing at life is a risk and we ain't gonna get out alive and we're not gonna get out with our stuff, you know? Yep. Our next partner has a product I use literally every day I started taking a G one because I wanted better gut help, more energy. 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But like the connection is, is, you know, the, the pain we went through, the struggle overcoming it and getting clean. It's like, you can really connect with just about, just about anybody. Yeah. You know what I mean? In that sense. And then Tom Brady is behind me, even though he don't play for the Patriots anymore. I still, you know, guy gave me 20 years of greatness as a, as a Boston sports fan. That's right. And then over my left shoulder as another really good friend of mine, SL he's a underground hip hop artist. He's an actor. He actually got clean in Cali. He was in gone baby, not gone, baby gone. Was it gone, baby, gone killing him softly. He's in like a bunch of movies played, played a cop in his last one, which was shocking. I forget the name. I forget the name on the spot of it. But he's like a, an extremely talented guy in all aspects. As an actor, as a musician, he's like a hot, cool underground rapper that Boston's not really known for hip hop. Sure. But like one of the things that I respect from him as an artist is that he tried to put other like up and coming hip hop cats on like an album, like the Boston project. He tried to give him shine cuz he has, you know, he has like a pretty far reach overseas up the east coast. And he's in recovery. Is that the dude that you were on his track or was it somebody else? Yeah, I, I have a track with him and another guy Rex. Okay. Where we we're talking about I'm my poem is of somebody who died where I'm talking like I'm from the other side. And they're talking about Rex was talking about a buddy of ours that passed away and saying, was talking about one of his friends, but I'm in a music video that he did called do what you love. And we did like a ton of charity work. Like I met him, not like before he was in recovery, just at like hiphop shows, cuz like I would do poetry events. I'd host hiphop, I'd perform it at some hiphop shows locally. And when he got clean, we crossed past and he, he knew like I was, you know, obviously big in the recovery community out here. And we, we did like a couple charity events. He had me host his, one of his album release parties. We worked together for a period of time and he actually just, he's in a partnership group that just opened up a detox and res Charles river recovery. Okay. Which is like 40, 30 minutes from where, where I am. So it's pretty cool to see the impact of like, you know, somebody, I look up to him a lot as like a writer, as an artist and you know, that's like, he's like one of my brothers, you know, big brother. Yeah. I'm gonna have to talk to that cat then, you know? Yeah, Yeah, no I'll connect you. But yeah, no Nova, I mean, that was cool cuz you know, talk to him twice first time like this via zoom and then to go, we actually at castle band with him and bam God, I hope bam is, is doing better man. But, but Nova it's great that he took that. He's got a real charisma to him and it's cool that he's turned that into a thing of, of helping others. I mean another guy become friends with Nova, got him into treatment, Tim loin. He's been here on the podcast and, and, and spoke with him on another one that, that you also appeared on. And it's just so cool how people that you know were so fucking selfish and are using that. We can't, we can't get outside of ourselves that now to be able to turn that around into something and like just, you had said this and I believe it was the, the conversation we had on the other podcasts that I do. And just like, I wake up and aim to be as service. Yeah. You know, that's what I got. Yeah. But that's like, you know, the charisma that he brings the inspiration. I remember when I was in high school and you'd bring in the dare speaker, it's like, they'd roll him in a wheelchair. And you'd talk about his 50 years of drink it. And we used to laugh like, oh, that'll never be me. That'll never be us. Well, what's cool. Nowadays is you have like, you know, inspirational speakers, like Nova going into schools, sharing with kids, trying to get them engaged. I know, you know, every time I try to talk to, to kids, you try to bring an element that like when I was in high school that they didn't have. Yeah. You know, everybody's falling asleep in the crowd to the guy that's not relatable that you can't connect with, but then you see somebody like Nova and he's like, yeah. You know, just breaking down all the achievements he has. And you know, you can check everything that he's done still hit bottom and was able to bounce back. I mean, it's, you know, it's extremely inspirational and you know, he's family to me. So yeah. I love Him. Good dude. Good dude. I hope, hope to see him again. At some point you said something earlier, interesting Matt, that you know about about that love and seeking love. Was it hard for you? This was a challenge. This was one of the last challenges through the AA steps. I'm a 12 step guy like you are, was I felt that presence of a higher power. I actually had a cool moment of spiritual awakening, but I still struggled in the aftermath that why would God love me? Do you find that with people that come into aftermath, that they struggle with that component? And did you struggle with that? Yeah. I mean, this, this, I have some severe like survivors, guilt survivors remorse that like I've lost a lot of my friends that I grew up with. And, and why, why was I like spared a sacrifice and still here when like, you know, other others were not like, what, what was the difference between me and them? That, that they ended up losing their life to this disease and yeah, somehow some way I'm still standing here. And then I also try to use that as like the purpose. Like I try to carry the message, carry their names and everything that I do as a way to like, you know, make sure that they didn't die in VA. You know, like a lot of times I feel like when we were, when we got into using there wasn't education, the way there is now, I'm not saying, you know, it doesn't matter. All the resources in the world could be out there. Addiction can still happen. But I feel like with Oxycontin in my generation and my group of friends in my area, it was like such a new wave. And it came over so fast spread like wildfire. And like, I mean, it's been taking people out and people haven't been able to get outta the grips of it. Yeah. You know, I'm fortunate that I got, I got clean at, at a young age, but then I I've watched so much death and destruction and like people that like genuinely wanted the help and, and they, they would have it. And they had the knowledge, we just lost a buddy of mine, Danny Mack, that like he could, he could recite the book and he was such an engaging powerful speaker. And like, unfortunately, you know, the disease got to him, you know, he didn't stopped taking care of himself, stopped probably doing the things that, that he needed to. And you know, the shit that's out there is no joke. I mean, it's something, you know, I always talk about when I was shooting heroin, I, I wanted to die every single night. I never feared that I was going to die. Right. With, with the joke that, that I used where nowadays, like people are terrified to use because you just don't, it's, it's just, it literally is killing people, you know, at such a rapid pace. Like it's, it's, it's insane. It's like absolute insanity. Well, You know, the, the fucking fentanyl sneaking into everything being split and cut and you know, I mean, we see what here, I don't know about there, but definitely with the pills, you know, people getting M 30 S and stuff and, and, you know, people are listening, maybe aren't in the drug recovery culture, like you and I are, but yeah, they're these, you know, getting these press pills, you know, someone's taking 'em man, cause some dude could be mixing it up in his fucking bath and, and oh, absolutely. Held a split. You get a hundred percent fentanyl you're gone. Yeah. I mean, we, another buddy, we lost that. When they went, went through his room, there was no needle, no syringe, no straw, no rolled up dollar bill, nothing. And I come to find out, he had popped one of those M 30 S that was a straight pressed fentanyl pill. And didn't make it, you know, like it's such a, a deadly lethal chemical component mixture, whatever that like, you know, is serious repercussions when you're using it. Yeah. You know, and it's like one of the most high break things about how, like we're seeing a lot more alcoholics and a lot of it's because there's not a lot of people that are making it out from, from using fentanyl. You know? I mean, it's really ravaging the country. I mean, every single year the overdose deaths have increased. It's the number one. Cause in deaths, in people from 18 to 35. Yeah. Like that's some serious, you know, that's a serious number right there. Yeah. You know, it's not, it's not car accidents. It's not, no, it's, It's overdose deaths is the leading cause for death in young adults. Yeah. Yeah. We've got a, A heartbreaking, A mental health issue that I, I don't have the solution to address. Yeah. But I think the more we get it out there that like, you know, talk about your problems and it's a good thing. It's a sign of strength, not weakness. Hopefully we can come across that. And you know, cause I don't know, other than people that care cuz our government ain't gonna do it For yeah. The government doesn't, doesn't give a shit. But I do think like my father and then to me, for, for an extent, when I was younger, we're taught to man up and not express feelings. Like my father only now in his, late in his sixties is starting to express himself a little bit softer than his entire life. But like as men, we're not told to talk about our problems, that it's a sign of weakness. One actually it's like a sign of strength that you're not holding onto it. You're not bottling it up that, you know, you can talk about having weak moments or feeling like, you know, being able to express whatever it is that you're going through. Yeah. You know, I think if we can continue that conversation of, of allowing us to be vulnerable, weak, and emotional at moments or whenever and pass that down to like our kids. So they're not scared of being like, Hey, you know, I'm feeling like this where you're gonna be shamed and told to man up, you know, don't cry, don't show your feelings. Like, you know, we need to raise, you know, kids that are better in tune with their emotions. Yeah. They don't have to seek that, that substance drinking or drug to kinda numb whatever emotion that they were dealing with the way, you know, I did when I was younger. Yeah. And for me fell in later and you know yeah. And when we to give context, we don't mean come home and show your emotion. Oh the day was fucked. And no, we, we may maybe come home to the significant other and hopefully you have a relationship environment, cuz this is something you should question. If you don't, if you're in the right place, you come home and just be man, I had a tough day at work. You know, the boss is grinding me. I felt like I was overachieving, whatever it is, you know, you know, man, a friend of mine is sick and you know, any of that kind of stuff It's yeah. Sad over it. Yeah. It's important. It's okay to go like man, I'm sad. My energy isn't there. It's okay to have these things. We don't mean be arranging Dick about it. No, no, But express it. Yeah. A healthy, we need to learn how to express these emotions and feelings in a healthy manner. Not outbursts. Yeah. And what, which is hard to learn what exactly that is, but you got, you gotta work it to figure it out. You know, It's, you know, everything's a process, nothing, you know, takes time, takes learning, finding the different skills on how to cope and deal with different things. Yeah. Which can be a motherfucker. Yeah. Definitely some challenges on, on the way to figuring some things out. I still haven't figured everything out. You know, do we, do we want to though? No, no right. To figure everything out, it'd be a boring life. What, what else are we living for? You know, there's gotta be some tweaks and, and things that we can work on. You know, I, I wanna ask cuz you've got some good longevity with, with new people that come into the program, do they get thrown off? Cuz I'm starting to get lately a lot of dudes, like what does this AA saying mean? What does this one mean? You know, as simple as one day at a time I broke it, broke it down for a dude in my perspective. Yeah. Do you have some of the newcomers kind of hitting you up about some of that stuff or the people in, in the aftermath? I mean sometimes, sometimes people, you know, they question why certain things of the way they are or certain approaches are or you know, they get overwhelmed when you start. Especially like with alcoholics that, that I've been seeing lately, like a lot of first, a second time in treatment, still struggling with the idea that they're an alcoholic and you know, they're like, I'm never gonna be able to drink ever again. And you're just like, nah, man, keep it in the day. You know, just, yeah, just make it through the day, one day at a time, you know, and you build on those little victories and then you achieve, you know, something more and don't try to look too far ahead because it's overwhelming. I gotta, I gotta P mine he's struggling, but his significant other doesn't want it, like hear it. It's this perspective of, oh, just stop, you'll be fine. And it's like, Oh, if it was only that easy, Right. How do you combat that stuff? I'm kind of seeking advice for him maybe to drop him this. I mean, sometimes you have to look at the relationship. A lot of our friendships and relationships are developed on that connection of drinking. Yeah. And then sometimes, you know, people grow a pot, friends grow a pot, significant others grow a pot. And maybe somebody has to take a look that if, if, if drinking has become such a problem and you're not necessarily getting that support, you know, if they're still, are they still actively drinking too and still partying, but expecting your friend to stop Or yeah. Yeah. I mean that, you know, if you're trying to stay sober and you come home to a girl that's still drinking, partying and being around that lifestyle, that's something that's really hard. It's not a very healthy environment. If you're trying to better your Life, it's a good path to fallen off real quick. Yeah. Like, I mean, imagine, you know, all it takes is one bad day, a fight with your boss and you come home and your girl's there drinking and you just, you know, you get a case of the buckets and you know, you just grab that bottle and, you know, washed away whatever time that you've gained, you know, it's really difficult and toxic settings like that. Yeah. Cause I, I, I think one of one thing that really was important to examine, and I know you went through it too, was realizing the snorting of other people, you know, that, that codependency, I mean, some of us just do and there's some people that that's all it is like, you wonder like, wow, her, her, that this man or woman was in this relationship. We recently had this in the news with two celebrities. Yeah. Seems like a terrible toxic place, but there's something about that process of the activation of flight or fight or flight mode and kicking our serotonin and dopamine. And we confuse all this horse shit with, with love and it ain't fucking love. It's just no, not at Alling people man. And I mean, some people like that, they were raised in chaos. Yeah. So being in chaos, chaotic situations like that is something that as sick as it sounds is like normal to some people like without that toxicity, you know, sometimes people can't be in the mundane relationship that like everything is going nice. They need to stir the pot, you know, drop a shirt on a pillow, you know? I mean, you know, who doesn't come home, you know, Hey, I need to spice things up, you know, let take a shit on somebody's pillow. It's fucking wow. It was a, it was a grumpy, Matt Was, it was the Dog. I forgot it was a gr it's a grumpy, a fucking, But that's, but that's the thing. Like we grow up a lot of times in like chaotic situations. Yeah. Like I've always, I've struggled significantly with love. Like I, I have never rarely seen like a healthy, normal relationship. And then I look back at my years of trying to, trying to date or figure out what is love and who I'm with. And like, all I see is the same cycle repeating itself. And you know, it stems a lot from like what we were raised in. And when you're raised in, you know, unhealthy relationships, like sometimes, you know, the abandonment issues kick in, you latch on, you know, as bad as it may be the fear of going out in the world and finding somebody else keeps you in situations that you're not happy in. And then, you know, that misery is, it's like a comforting misery that you're just, you know, you're attached to. And then that fear of separating. And then now you have to stand on your own and who are you as a person, if you're not with, you know, married to this girl or, or in a relationship with this guy? Like, who are you when you stand on your own too? You know, it, it's very difficult, especially when you put sick individuals, like all of us apart. And you're like, Hey, be, you know, do the American dream marriage, big house, white picket fence and, and raise healthy children, you know? Yeah. Oh, Doesn't always come, you know, out how the American dream has been portrayed to us since we were kids. Yeah. And there definitely is that thing, that fantasy mindset that is, I thrown out there that us addicts got a ditch. Cause we lived in so much of a fucking haz of a, a, a lack of reality for so damn long. So it's crazy, man. It's crazy. Matt, we're gonna finish up with some fun, random questions and leave you at the final words. Tell people how to hit you up and I'll include the links in the podcast description. Yeah. You can find me on Facebook, Matt, the poet on Instagram and Twitter at Matt G under school poet. The treatment center that I own is aftermath addiction treatment center on Twitter. It is aftermath at aftermath, TC on Instagram. It's at aftermath underscore treatment. Yeah. Look for the Phoenix. You know, I, we have a very good quality brand that, that pops and has some very sentimental meaning in the name and, and you know, Phoenix as a writer, I write a lot using the metaphor, rising out the ashes of an attic. Reborn is a Phoenix from the fire. Like I use, you know, those type of metaphors a lot. So having like the Phoenix is the logo or the treatment center was like, you know, it just like came to me, had to, had to put it up there. You know, I love it. This, this, this one. I can't even, I don't know that you can see that that's my, my pirate in a bird, but this was gonna be a Phoenix. But the design that the tattoo artist and I had, cause I got shit on my shoulder, on my left shoulder, wouldn't fit. So that'll be reserved for the right arm with Phoenix. Cause that, that gave me chills. I'm kind of with you on that with Man coming outta the ashes, you know, shitty situations as, as an addict or an alcoholic, you know, we're shedding that dead skin of, of our active use and reborn as a new person in sobriety, you know, the metaphor runs deep for, for what, what we do at aftermath. You know, Absolutely 51 50 is a lifestyle we believe in pushing yourself, finding your passion, knowing your dreams and working hard and always striving to make those dreams. Your reality. We believe life is too short to sit back and say, what if go after it, grab it and make it happen. Being 51 50 is committing to that long, hard road that road, you know, is going to be tough, but the most rewarding that's living the madness. That's 51 50. If you're living the 51 50 lifestyle, then celebrate by rocking the goods. So listen up. There's a special deal for listeners of knocking doors down, go to 5, 1 50 ltm.com and enter co KDD 20 and receive 20% off your purchase. That's five one F I F T Y ltm.com. All right, man. Let's jump into those random questions. Yep. If you could have dinner with any one person alive or not, who would it be? Damn or not? Could I do both? Somebody's alive and somebody who's dead. All Right, go ahead. Throw a dinner party. I would love to sit down with Tupac. Yeah. Tupac's like my favorite writer and the emotion and all that comes with it. And then a person that's would probably like to have conversation on, on how he's been able to adapt to his circumstances coming from where he came from to get to where he is and evolve as an artist. So I think that would be a cool two cool conversations, even though Tupac, Get to break bread on this. Exactly. You're stranded on a deserted island. You got one movie and one music album with you. What are they? Hmm. Movie would be probably Goodwill hunting. I watch that whenever. And then for album would be it's doc and hell is hot. All right. That's funny. I posted something the other day on my story. I said where it was. Do you like apples? How about them? Apples. Yep. Yep. I love Goodwill, huh? No, I love that movie. I mean, what hap there's like a bunch that come to mind, like I'm a big Marvel fan and, and style wars. If I could get a whole collection, it probably would've went to one of them, but you know, I'm gonna rock with a classic I'm with you on star wars. One of my things, my previous sponsor, he goes, what did you love to do as a kid? And I'm like, ride, ride my bike, this and I go, I love to build Legos. And he goes, all right. And he sent me a gift card. So now I've got two bookshelves full of star wars and race. So hell yeah. How'd you like OB how'd you like OB one? OB won was fucking dope, man. Oh, was so sick. I loved it. The scene with Veda. I mean that turned, you know, that tugged on my hot strings, you know, they're two great actors and like, I wish we could get more even though I don't. You can't, you can't play anything else out between them two. I, yeah. I wonder cuz I've read some rumor about that. They were gonna do a second season, but I'm like, where do you from That? Why you can't have Vader in it like that is, I personally believe it's a perfect segue into a new hope and, and where they are at that point. I don't think you can do too much after that. You know, If you were in a star wars movie or TV show, would you play a Jedi or a isn't isn't it? Yeah, man. You know, I mean, peace loving happiness is the Jedi. And you know, I probably try to figure out some, you know, weird way to gain power and I don't know, sister just cooler. Yeah. You know, I love Vata. Veta is my favorite character and any movie, his whole arc is pretty dope. So I think I'm gonna have to rock with, with Seth on That one. And the OB one series made me like the episodes one through three Even more. Yeah. Yeah. No, definitely. It, it pulled me back in. Alright. You brought up Marvel. If you could have one superpower, what would it be So many of them to choose? Right. Probably fly. Yeah. They fly and be pretty dope. Just get where you want to go. Huh? Yeah. You know, don't gotta sit through TSA, go hop on the island. I'll go shoot down to Bo Bo. Oh dude, I'll go with you. If you can carry, That's just carry a couple people, you know, get like something to, to latch on. And we'll just, you know, we'll whip there real quick. Yeah. The, my girlfriend and I, we did a vision board and so for the vacation, I got the, the, the little huts over the water and Bo board. That'ss The spot I wanna Go before I die. I wanna make a trip out there because it looks so beautiful and peaceful and there's nothing. It's like, you have those little huts and you can just soak up, you know, just natural beauty, you know, peace, peace and quiet out there. At least that's the way it seems in pictures. Right. That's that's what they show on the reality TV Too. And real beautiful out there. Absolutely. Matt, thanks brother. If you got any words you wanna throw out to people, you know, through your experience, you know, floor is yours. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, anybody that's out there struggling, you know, keep fighting, never give up. We all fall down. Don't get discourage at yourself or beat yourself up. When, when we have little slips, very few people actually get it in their first time. But the worst part, you know, is when you beat yourself up, you don't end up making it back. So I play in like a men's basketball league and, and we have a kid on our team that fell off, got into a bad car accident, faces all messed up. And we were trying to talk him into like going into detox yesterday. And it's like, you can tell sometimes the burden and, and the shame just like drives you away. And you're just like, yeah, I'm gonna do it tomorrow. And then tomorrow comes and you don't do it. And then another day or next week or Monday, or, or on the first or whatever it is. And all of a sudden you're on like a five to six month run, creating even more wreckage where, you know, just put the bat down, stop beating yourself up, give yourself a chance, reach out to people that are out there asking for help. You know, I know it might not feel like it, but you deserve a far better life than it, you know, revolving. You're waking second from using, from drinking, from lion sheet and stealing. You don't have to live a life like that anymore. And you know, just give yourself a shot. You know, life is a hell of a lot better on this side of things. When we get to see things clearly be present in our kids' life, have a good support network, great friendships that aren't based off of your drinking buddies or who can get the best dope or Coke, or who has money, you know, and do the things that you love to do. You know, recovery's a lot about hitting meetings, building a network, you know, finding the supports in every way, but find the things that you love to do on top of that. You know, like sometimes people get caught up and it's just meetings and meetings and meetings. And like, you know, you get meeting, you get meetings out really quick. So find some of the things that you love. You know, I'm blessed that, you know, my son's into like comic books and style wars. So we go see those movies. I play basketball sports. You know, we get involved in a lot of like the recovery events out, out our way. So find things that you love to do hiking beach, you know, you still gotta live your life and enjoy it and be happy. You know, that sadness, that hopelessness is too heavy of a burden to bear. So This podcast contains the views and opinions of the knocking doors down hosts and their guests to the show. The content here should not be taken as medical advice. 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Nu i dagarna är det aktuellt med tre legendariska ultralopp, Ultravasan i Sverige, UTMB i Frankrike och Comrades i Sydafrika. Vi har bjudit in Daniel Westergren från Ultraaktuellt och här går han och Johnny igenom allt du bör veta om dessa tre giganter! Vi kör igång vårt coachingprogram 10 månader mot 10 mil 1 oktober! Anmäl dig på https://paceonearth.se/lopcoaching Ultravasan, 20 augusti 2022 UTMB, Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc 22-28 augusti 2022 Comrades Marathon 28 augusti 2022
Vad är skillnaden mellan innovation och utveckling? Hur motiverar man en organisation att skapa tid och resurser till innovationsarbetet? Inför veckans avsnitt bad vi er lyssnare att skicka in frågor till oss som ni som ni vill höra oss diskutera i Transformationspodden. Det blev ett avsnitt som rör sig i spänningsfältet mellan det som vi människor känner oss trygga med och det som känns osäkert, mellan det som funkar idag men kanske inte i morgon. Vi tackar lyssnarna för ert bidrag till ett spännande avsnitt! Ladda ned vår guide till systematisk innovation: https://bit.ly/3sZSW9V Besök Hello Future: https://bit.ly/3yu2XwX
OBS! Dagens avsnitt #263 är en uppdatering och ominspelning av avsnitt #99 om att komma igång med sitt sparande. ---- Det här avsnittet ger dig det viktigaste att veta om att spara och investera. Vi går genom hur du kommer igång, de viktigaste idéerna, berättar hur vi själva gör och vad forskningen faktiskt rekommenderar. Först och främst, vad kul att du vill komma igång med ditt sparande. Anledningarna till att börja spara är många. För någon handlar det om en ekonomisk trygghet och inte behöva oroa sig för pengar eller gå ner i arbetstid. För andra att ha mer tid med familj och vänner, att ha ett gott liv som pensionär, kunna resa mer, starta företag eller ekonomisk frihet. Oavsett vad det handlar om för dig, kommer du här hitta allt du behöver för att komma igång med ditt investerande. Den här videon sammanfattar hur vi själva investerar efter 13 års bloggande och 25 års sparkarriär. Det är kärnan och guldkornen från hundratals poddar, artiklar och avsnitt. Men det viktigaste av allt är att vi inte har hittat på det själva. Det bygger på en solid grund baserat på den konsensus som finns inom forskningen. Det är dessutom i stora drag även så här som en av Sveriges största statliga pensionsfonder, Sjunde AP-fonden, förvaltar sina pengar. Det är även så många väldigt förmögna personer förvaltar sina pengar. Du kommer således vara i gott sällskap. Låt oss därför inte spilla någon mer tid utan köra igång.
Podden inleds med en genomgång av börsen och vad som är viktigt att hålla koll på just nu. Därefter blir det lyssnarfrågor. Vi har valt ut ett antal frågor från lyssnarna om bland annat favoritaktier, ”blankning” och private banking. Avslutningsvis intervjuas författaren och skattejuristen Emine Lundqvist. Emine är en av författarna till boken ” Money Honey - din ekonomiska och juridiska guide genom livet”. Boken fokuserar på de viktiga ekonomiska och juridiska frågor som kvinnor ställs inför. Vi frågar i podden vilka de vanligaste frågorna kvinnor har är och vad svaren på frågorna är. Vi pratar naturligtvis också skatt med Emine. Skatt är i fokus i valet. Vad tror Emine om skatten på ISK framåt? Blir det en ny förmögenhetsskatt? Vad kommer att hända med skattereglerna för fåmansbolag? Banking By Daniel är inte finansiella rådgivare, står inte under finansinspektionens tillsyn och ger inga råd. Investeringsbeslut baserade på information som direkt eller indirekt kommer ifrån Banking By Daniel fattas alltid självständigt av investeraren. Banking By Daniel frånsäger sig allt ansvar för eventuell förlust som grundar sig på användandet av information från Banking By Daniel. Daniel äger aktier i Investor. De åsikter som framkommer är gästernas egna åsikter och skall därför inte ses som rådgivning då de inte tar hänsyn till mottagarens specifika investeringsmål, kunskapsnivå eller riskpreferenser. Tänk på att historisk avkastning inte är en garanti för framtida utveckling. De pengar du investerar i finansiella instrument kan både öka och minska i värde. Risken finns att du inte får tillbaka hela det investerade beloppet. Detta ska inte ses som råd eller rekommendation. Gör alltid en egen analys.
O artigo aprovado pelo Congresso Nacional previa que recursos orçamentários destinados aos institutos e universidades “não poderiam ser menores que as dotações aprovadas na Lei Orçamentária de 2022”.
Ao todo, o presidente vetou 36 artigos aprovados pelo Congresso Nacional. Os trechos deverão ser analisados posteriormente pelo Legislativo e poderão ser mantidos ou derrubados.
Efter 40 år som skådespelare ska han spela true crime på scenen. I P4 Extra-gästen berättar Lennart Jähkel om hur det är att spela teater om ett riktigt rättsfall: om Olle, som försvann spårlöst. Men också om den nyköpta skivspelaren, om cykelturen från Stockholm till Malmö och om varför han inte blev civilingenjör.
Just nu njuter vi av sommar och semester, och det hoppas vi att du som lyssnar också gör! Men för att du inte ska behöva vara utan Hälsosnack i sommar, så har vi valt ut några favoritavsnitt från den skattkista med över 230 avsnitt som ju finns i Hälsosnacks repertoar. Vi kommer att publicera ett handplockat avsnitt som sommarrepris varje vecka här framöver. Helt enkelt avsnitt som vi själva är sugna på att lyssna om! Vi har bjudit in Linus Mårtensson från FunMed igen för att prata om varför så många har fått problem med just sköldkörteln. I det här avsnittet går vi in på hur sköldkörteln fungerar, vad behöver den för att må bra, vilka olika symtom kan uppstå, varför funkar inte Levaxin för så många och vad finns det för alternativ. Självklart går vi till botten med grundproblemet till varför så många får problem med sköldkörteln. Vi pratar till exempel om autoimmunitet, vilka näringsämnen som är viktigast, om stress och hur man kan tänka kring det man stoppar i sig. Allt för att få en så välfungerande sköldkörtel som möjligt! Läs mer om Linus på https://funmed.se See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
För några veckor sedan var astronomen Göran Östlin här och beskrev de nya bilderna från James Webb-teleskopet, som han hade varit med och utvecklat! Redan då hade vi för många frågor att ställa på så kort tid, så nu är han tillbaka för att svara på exakt alla våra och era frågor om rymden, universum och liv bortom jorden. Från James Webb till Big Bang det är RYMDTISDAG! Programledare: Kodjo Akolor, Sara Kinberg & Torbjörn Averås Skorup
Información al día de EL COMERCIO, Platinum y Radio Quito este jueves 21 de julio de 2022. A continuación las noticias que debes saber: Fiscalía detiene a varias personas por presunta oferta de cargos; Guillermo Lasso veta totalmente la Ley humanitaria; Joe Biden da positivo para covid-19. En Deportes: La Tri femenina quedó eliminada de la Copa América y en Tendencias: Día del Perro: explicación científica de la amistad con los humanos. Puedes contactarnos a email@example.com. Gracias por escuchar este podcast.
I detta avsnitt djupdyker jag ned i kreditmarknaden i allmänhet och företagsobligationsmarknaden i synnerhet tillsammans med Louis Landeman som är kreditchef på Danske Bank. Han är dessutom programledare i podden Kreditvärden tillsammans med Gabriel Bergin och medförfattare till boken Företagsobligationer från AAA till konkurs. Kreditmarknaden är samhällets blodomlopp och utgör samhällskritisk infrastruktur. Att ha kunskap om marknaden och dess funktionssätt är mycket vitalt för aktieinvesterare, så slå på avsnittet och luta dig tillbaka samtidigt som humankapitalet stiger. Detta är ett avsnitt som först släpptes i Avanzapodden men som jag även publicerar här. Delikat lyssning på dig, Nicklas
I detta avsnitt djupdyker vi ned i kreditmarknaden i allmänhet och företagsobligationsmarknaden i synnerhet tillsammans med Louis Landeman som är chef för kreditanalys på Danske Bank, programledare i podden Kreditvärden tillsammans med Gabriel Bergin och medförfattare till boken "Företagsobligationer - från AAA till konkurs". Här får vi en duvning kring hur obligationsmarknaden fungerar, varför den är viktig att förstå, hur den påverkar bolagen och aktiemarknaden, varför kreditbetyg är viktiga, vad som händer när bolagen inte kan göra rätt för sig, hur man ska se på turbulensen i fastighetssektorn just nu och mycket mycket mer. Ett måste-avsnitt för att höja humankapitalet kring kreditmarknaden i allmänhet och företagsobligationsmarknaden i synnerhet. Delikat lyssning på dig, Nicklas
Almadex Minerals Ltd. is a Canada-based exploration company. The Company's intended business activity is the acquisition and exploration of exploration and evaluation properties in Canada, the United States and Mexico. The Company's projects include El Chato, Nueva Espana, San Carlos, Lajas, Mezquites, San Pedro, Viky, Yago, Merit, Nicoamen River, Ponderosa, Monte Cristo, Paradise Valley, Veta and Willow. El Chato covers an area of acid-sulphate alteration developed in volcanic rocks, including zones of massive silica, quartz-alunite and kaolinite. The Lajas project, located in San Luis Potosi State, is a 100% owned by the Company project acquired by staking. The Mezquites project is located in the state of Nayarit. Nueva Espana is 100% owned by the Company. The claim covers an area of clay alteration silicification and veining developed in volcanic and carbonate rocks. The San Carlos Project is comprised of one claim covering 20 hectares. The claim is located in Tamaulipas State.
Val igen.Inte ödesmättat. Inte ”viktigaste valet någonsin”. Bara ett val som alla andra.Bara ett val där du gör ditt demokratiska val eller ”slutar gnälla” citat Per Grankvist från ”Vad Vi Vet Politik” expert i Valpodden. Han guidar oss via riksdag och departement. Är politiker bättre än sitt rykte? Hur lyssnar vi bortom personkulten kring en partiledare? Varför är vi skyldiga att ta ställning i denna suveräna demokrati som Sverige varit under hundratals år? Vi stöter och blöter och tittar på den spännande historien som går från Magnus Ladulås via Gustav Vasa , hattar och vårt första kvinnliga statsråd Karin Kock.Det här är första delen av två när vi tar ett grepp på valet så som vi gjorde i vår succéspecial från 2018.Join the movement! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Para o professor José Luiz Portella, o ideal seria estabelecer uma política pública de correção, como a transferência da renda para os mais prejudicados ou um fundo de estabilização
En el programa de hoy Reinaldo (@RGZprints) estará conversando con Renata Sagredo Osorio (@tallerlaveta) artista grabadora, educadora y fundadora del Taller la Veta en Chile. Renata nos contará sobre su fascinación por la gráfica desde una temprana edad con el uso de sellos, el dibujo y la exploración de enciclopedias y libros. Renata es una artista que explora la incorporación de los procesos extrasensoriales que surgen dentro del grabado llevando la reproducción desde lo físico a un lenguaje poético y descriptivo en la incorporación de los sentidos. Dentro del taller La veta, Renata se ha encargado de comunicar y facilitar el acceso a la gráfica empoderando a las mujeres y jóvenes de su comunidad. Renata es tambien co-host del podcast dedicado a la gráfica femenina latinoamericana llamado "Grabadoras Grabando" TALLER LA VETA Website https://www.tallerlaveta.com/ YOUTUBE www.youtube.com/channel/UCOMIT3guY5PjHj1M7GApouw MERCH www.teepublic.com/user/helloprintfriend WEBSITE www.helloprintfriend.com instagram www.instagram.com/helloprintfriend print gallery helloprintfriend.com/print-gallery ✨patreon✨ www.patreon.com/helloprintfriend Our sponsor Speedball www.speedballart.com
Den här veckan har vi bjudit in Louise från VANBRUUN som är expert på ringar, smycken och diamanter! Ska båda ha två ringar? Hur får man så stor diamant som möjligt för pengarna? Om man vill ha en ring som glittrar, vilken slipning ska man välja då? Hur ska man tänka när man ska välja ring till förlovning och vigsel? Kika gärna in för på www.vanbruun.com! Följ oss även på Instagram @brollopspodden!
I veckans avsnitt djupdyker vi ned i fastighetssektorn tillsammans med Peter Norhammar som förvaltar Avanza Fastighet by Norhammar. Det har svängt rejält senaste åren med en nedgång på som mest -50% under pandemiåret 2020, vilket förbyttes till en uppgång på +50% ifjol och hittills i år är fastighetsindexet Carnegie Real Estate Index (CREX) ned -46%. Vad beror detta på och hur ska man tänka just nu? Vi pratar om sektorns nuläge, orosmolnen på börshimlen, stressade kreditmarknader, kreditbetyg, om det finns risk för fastighetsbolagens utdelningar, vars det finns mest värde just nu och mycket mycket mer. Delikat lyssning på dig, Nicklas
Hoci Igor Matovič po hlasovaní o prelomení veta prezidentky pri takzvanom protiinflačnom balíku vyhlásil, že rebelov v klube OľaNO na poslednú chvíľu presvedčilo údajné spiknutie SaS s opozíciou, dvaja z príslušných poslancov OľaNO tvrdia, že toto vôbec nehralo úlohu. "Neriešil som či tu je nejaké spiknutie, alebo nie. Nechcem prilievať olej do ohňa koaličných sporov," hovorí poslanec Kristián Čekovský s tým, že keď nie je na stole iný návrh, podporil napokon aspoň tento. Podobne argumentovala poslankyňa Monika Kozelová, ktorej väčšia, konzervatívna, časť klubu sľúbila, že podporia napríklad pripravované návrhy, ktoré majú uľahčiť život homosexuálnym partnerom. Viac si vypočujte v podcaste denníka Pravda. #pocuvajtepravdu
Den senaste tiden har det rapporterats mycket om olika typer av kaos när det kommer till resande. DN:s reporter Ida Yttergren reder ut vad du som ska resa utomlands i sommar och behöver ha koll på kring coronaregler, passkaos och flygplatsköer. Programledare: Ülkü Holago. Producent: Palmira Koukkari Mbenga. Ljudtekniker: Patrik Miesenberger. Teknik: Oliver Bergman, Bauer Media.
Neprelamujte veto prezidentky pri protiinflačnom balíku, varuje ešte tesne pred očakávaným hlasovaním v parlamente šéf koaličnej SaS Richard Sulík. S výzvou sa špeciálne obrátil na koaličných poslancov z radov starostov a primátorov miest a obcí. Podľa neho totiž môže kvôli Matovičovmu balíčku aj tristo obcí skončiť v nútenej správe. Michal Kaliňák zo Združenia miest a obcí Slovenska hovorí dokonca až o 500 obciach. Aj združenie sa preto s podobnou výzvou už skôr obrátilo na poslancov parlamentu, pozitívnej reakcie sa však nedočkali. Poslanec OľaNO Igor Hus, ktorý je zároveň primátorom Turčianskych Teplíc kritiku, že by sa presadením balíčka spreneveril svojmu mestu odmieta. Prečo? Vypočujte si v podcaste denníka Pravda. #pocuvajtepravdu
La federación internacional de natación acaba de prohibir que nadadoras transgénero femeninas que ya hayan pasado la pubertad, puedan competir contra mujeres. ¿Cuál es la explicación científica a esa decisión?
O que será do rumo das taxas de juros no Brasil e nos Estados Unidos? Entenda no Flash. Nesta quarta-feira, o Comitê de Política Monetária (Copom) do Banco Central e o Federal Reserve (Fed) anunciarão suas decisões de política monetária nesta quarta-feira. No Brasil, a projeção majoritária do mercado é que a taxa Selic seja elevada em 0,5 ponto percentual, passando dos atuais 12,75% ao ano para 13,25%. A expectativa está em relação às indicações a serem feitas no comunicado da autoridade monetária. Nos Estados Unidos, é esperado um avanço de 0,75 ponto percentual na taxa de juros, após a inflação no mês de maio vir acima das expectativas do mercado. Entre outros destaques do dia está a Natura (NTCO3), que anunciou que Roberto Marques deixará o cargo de presidente-executivo da empresa, como parte de uma reorganização da estrutura corporativa do grupo, e que Fábio Barbosa, ex-presidente do Santander Brasil e do Grupo Abril, vai liderar a companhia. Além disso, o presidente Jair Bolsonaro vetou a volta do despacho gratuito de bagagens. Com isso, as ações de Gol (GOLL4) e Azul (AZUL4) subiam mais de 5% por volta das 11h20 desta quarta-feira (15).
Koalícia v parlamente v utorok presunula hlasovanie o balíku pomoci rodinám z dielne Igora Matoviča, ktorého časť vetovala prezidentka Zuzana Čaputová. Na prelomenie jej veta musí nájsť podporu viac ako polovice všetkých poslancov, čo znamená aspoň 76 hlasov. Viacerí koaliční poslanci, ako napríklad Juraj Krúpa alebo Juraj Šeliga, sa však začali stotožňovať s názorom prezidentky a spájanie s fašistami im prekáža. Naopak, poslancovi OĽaNO Milanovi Kuriakovi vadí skôr označovanie poslaneckých kolegov fašistami. Jedným z opozičných poslancov, ktorí by mohli dodať hlas koalícii je bývalý kotlebovec Tomáš Taraba. Tvrdí, že sa s Matovičom o podpore návrhu nedohadoval a ani nebude. Nechcel však prezradiť ako by hlasoval, ak by sa o vete prezidentky rozhodovalo v utorok. Šéf Sme rodina Boris Kollár potvrdil podporu na prelomenie veta, hoci by radšej prezidentke vyhovel a zároveň chce Richarda Sulíka zo SaS "dostať späť na palubu". Viac v podcaste denníka Pravda. #pocuvajtepravdu
Vilken är bästa åldern att sluta med blöjan? Hur slipper du negativ stress? Och hur sjutton gör man om barnet bara vägrar pottan?I säsongens sista avsnitt går vi all in på potträning och att bli blöjfri. BVC-sköterskan Lisa Västberg guidar oss genom de bästa tipsen inför potträningen och svarar på lyssnarnas frågor. Vi pratar om bästa tiden för att bli blöjfri, vad man gör om barnet helt vägrar bajsa på pottan och när det är dags att sluta med blöjan på natten. Avsnittet sponsras av Bonti, Decubal och Apohem. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
USA står i startgroparna till mellanårsval 2022. Vilka kandidater kommer partierna att satsa på och är Donald Trump fortfarande kungamakare? Mellanårsval - detta ska du hålla koll påI november håller USA mellanårsval och en lång rad kongresspolitiker samt guvernörer ska väljas. Inför detta hålls primärval runtom i USA. USApodden guidar dig genom de mest spännande av dessa och vad du ska hålla extra koll på.Nya tuffa siffror för Joe BidenNya siffror visar att stödet för Biden sviktar inom det egna partiet. Vad betyder detta för hans presidentkampanj 2024? Kan Biden komma att utmanas inifrån sitt eget parti?Medverkande: Ginna Lindberg, USA-kommentator på Ekot, Cecilia Khavar, Washingtonkorrespondent och Kajsa Boglind, programledare P4 Världen.Programledare: Sara StenholmProducent: Viktor MattssonTekniker: Klas Österman
USA står i startgroparna till mellanårsval 2022. Vilka kandidater kommer partierna att satsa på och är Donald Trump fortfarande kungamakare? Mellanårsval - detta ska du hålla koll påI november håller USA mellanårsval och en lång rad kongresspolitiker samt guvernörer ska väljas. Inför detta hålls primärval runtom i USA. USApodden guidar dig genom de mest spännande av dessa och vad du ska hålla extra koll på.Nya tuffa siffror för Joe BidenNya siffror visar att stödet för Biden sviktar inom det egna partiet. Vad betyder detta för hans presidentkampanj 2024? Kan Biden komma att utmanas inifrån sitt eget parti?Medverkande: Ginna Lindberg, USA-kommentator på Ekot, Cecilia Khavar, Washingtonkorrespondent och Kajsa Boglind, programledare P4 Världen.Programledare: Sara StenholmProducent: Viktor MattssonTekniker: Klas Österman
Our guests: Tanvi Vattikuti-Abbhi, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer and James Sutcliffe, CEO at Veta Health In this episode, we discussed: Their backgrounds Overview of Veta Health Changes to virtual care adoption (during Covid-19) What's next? ...and much more! This episode was recorded in November 2021. Our sponsors for this episode are BlocHealth, Curation Health, ChenMed & MediTelecare.BlocHealth is building the ecosystem of services and solutions to power the future of healthcare. For more information, please go to www.blochealth.com follow BlocHealth on social media - @blochealth"Curation Health's advanced clinical decision support platform seamlessly integrates into the electronic health record and leverages more than 750 proven clinical and quality rules. With this intelligent point-of-care platform, you can power a scalable risk adjustment process and amplify quality program performance." For more information, please go to www.curationhealthcare.com & follow Curation Health on social media - @curationhealth"ChenMed brings concierge-style medicine and better health outcomes to the neediest populations – moderate-to-low income seniors with complex chronic diseases. For more information, please go to www.chenmed.com & follow ChenMed on social media - @chenmed"MediTelecare provides behavioral telemedicine services to residents of skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, using state-of-the-art telehealth technology." For more information, please go to www.meditelecare.com & follow MediTelecare on social media – @meditelecareTo learn more about Veta Health please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter