WE'RE DOING A LIVE SHOW in NYC and VIRTUALLY on 5/28! Get tickets: Tangoti.com/live You probably know about Janet Jackson's infamous SuperBowl “wardrobe malfunction,” but did you know it inspired the creation of YouTube? Kimberly Foster, founder of For Harriet discusses how sexism and racism is baked into tech and what it means. Follow ForHarriet on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/forharriet [ In case you're curious, Bridget's favorite Janet Jackson song is “Together Again,” but her favorite Janet Jackson deep cut is “Again” ] Join our newsletter: Tangoti.com/newsletter Want to support the show? (thank you!) Subscribe, tell a friend, leave a review, or buy some merch at There Are No Girls on the Internet's store: TANGOTI.COM/STORE Say hello at email@example.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Priscilla Molina has been with Family First Life for only 3 months but already considers this her dream job. She appreciates the ability to control her own schedule while also achieving the perfect balance between work and life. Her goal is to continue helping families and build a successful agency.
LGBTQ youth and the people who affirm and support them are being attacked online. Alejandra Caraballo, Clinical Instructor at the Harvard Law Cyber Law Clinic explains why it should concern all of us. WE'RE DOING A LIVE SHOW in NYC and VIRTUALLY on 5/28! Get tickets: Tangoti.com/live Donate to the Trevor Project: tangoti.com/trevor Subscribe to Alejandra's amazing podcast Queering The Law: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1949544 Follow Alejandra: https://twitter.com/Esqueer_ Find a BansOffOurBody rally near you: Tangoti.com/rally Join our newsletter: Tangoti.com/newsletter Want to support the show? (thank you!) Subscribe, tell a friend, leave a review, or buy some merch at There Are No Girls on the Internet's store: TANGOTI.COM/STORE Say hello at firstname.lastname@example.org See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Live from the Mind Body Soul magazine spring release party in Solana Beach CA. I interview documentary photographer and social media manager Maria Russo. New York transplant and new to North County San Diego. Maria does documentary work and has been featured in National Geographic. She has an ongoing project in Rwanda. She is also IN the Spring Issue of Mind Body Soul. Photographed the cover girl Amy Van Liew. AND is photographing the Spring Release party.First we did in on her Rwanda Documentary project. Going there since 2014 she anticipates her documenting it for the next 20 - 30 years. It's about permanent garden projects that are spearheaded by a group of Rwandan women. Where they teach families how to grow organic food, medicinal herbs, planting trees etc. Sets them up to be self sustaining in times of crisis.She is also a social media manager and happens to have my good friend Tom Kabbash of Saunt Eyewear as a client. Tom's very particular. How did tom pick her!? She gives the answer.With “a moody style” she's drawn to “creating imagery with a lot of darkness and a little bit of light.” Both metaphorically and literally!“Through the darkness comes light. So I do quite a bit of balancing with that.” “That's what life is really like.”Top three tips for a fledgling photographer/content creator.Follow your artistic instincts. The right people the right brands will show up.Knowing the technical side is really important. Invest your time in educating yourself.Immerse yourself in it. It's ok if it's temporary.See her work here:On Instagram - @mariaaaugustOr her website https://bio.site/mariarussoSee Tom's 3D printed eyewear here - https://saunteyewear.com/Administrative: WATCH this episode here: Table Rush Talk Show.Listen on the go at http://TableRush.net. Over 450 episodes and counting!Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
Virtually every response that Nicole gave during this podcast, taught me something. She is the human expression of the moment we all decide that we want to spend the rest of our lives pursuing the knowledge of wine. And I don't mean this to be a "wine geek" moment. The motivation to do what she does comes from passion and no matter what endeavors you take on in life, you can learn from this conversation. As she sat in cafe with a frenchman who was describing his dream to be in the wine business and particularly in the Cotes Du Rhone... something clicked, something moved her to give up her investment banker career and run with the dream of this total stranger. Who does that? Only a well heeled and driven woman. Join Nicole and I on an intellectual conversation about wine and life (the intellectual part was tough for me).
The pandemic has forced businesses to reassess how, where, and when work gets done. The competition to provision this transformation is intense. Facebook parent Meta is looking to bridge the community experience of social media and the collaborative aspects of work via familiar interfaces and new, virtual experiences. Christine Trodella joins Bill Kerr.
This week on Group Fitness Real Talk, I'm back chatting with Richard Playfair, founder of SweatLife Films, for Part 2 of "How to Nail Teaching Virtually in 2022". In case you missed it, go back and listen to Part 1, where we talked about the marketing and business elements of running a digital fitness business as an Instructor. Today, we delve into the technical side of things. Richard shares an updated list of useful tools and equipment to grow the digital side of your business, where you should and shouldn't invest your money, and the importance of developing your talent in front of camera.Enjoy this short but practical episode!Here's a glance at this episode…(2:11) Essential items for the Instructor teaching digital classes(5:11) Recommendations for head mics to go with the receiver(7:26) How to upgrade your video(10:13) Lighting recommendations(10:54) Something you SHOULDN'T spend your money on right now(11:50) Storage recommendations and file naming(14:36) Tips for developing your talent as a digital InstructorLinks and References mentioned in this episode:Richard's Facebook Group: Fitness Video Production Help For Fitness ProfessionalsRichard on LinkedInRichard's YouTube: Sweatlife Films Episode 8: Digital Fitness: Pricing, Packaging and PlatformEpisode 10: 5 Pro Tips For Creating Better Virtual ClassesFREE Timer PackRode HS2 Headmic Trantec Headmic Rode Wireless Go IRode Wireless Go IINeewer LightsResearch HDMI Out Camera OptionsWill's Facebook, Instagram and Email AddressSH1FT Fitness Website
What's the reality of work with remote team members? How much can you save, or are you looking at spending more going remote? When it comes to competition and customer service, remote team members can often give your bottom line a boost, but sometimes that can come at a price. This episode of Property Management Mastermind features Todd Breen of Virtually Incredible. Not only does Todd have years of service mentoring agents and other property management team members, he has also found success in nearly every facet of business, largely due to remote team members. Learn more about Todd Breen and Virtually Incredible HERE! Learn more about RentWerx HERE!
Dr. Paul Thomas is a board-certified family medicine physician practicing in Detroit, Michigan. His practice is Plum Health DPC, a Direct Primary Care service that is the first of its kind in Detroit. His mission is to deliver affordable, accessible health care services in Detroit and beyond. He has been featured on WDIV-TV Channel 4, WXYZ Channel 7, Crain's Detroit Business and CBS Radio. He has been a speaker at TEDxDetroit. He is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine and now a Clinical Assistant Professor. Finally, he is an author of three books: Direct Primary Care: The Cure for Our Broken Healthcare System, Startup DPC: How to Start and Grow Your Direct Primary Care Practice, and Dressing for Medicine: what to wear for your medical school interviews and how to dress professionally throughout your career in medicine. We hope you enjoy this episode with Dr. Paul Thomas about how to dress and present yourself as a leader. Questions We Asked: You just released a new book, Dressing for Medicine: what to wear for your medical school interviews and how to dress professionally throughout your career in medicine. What inspired you to write about this? How should you dress for a medical school or residency interview? How does virtual interviewing change things? How should you set up your background? Where do you draw the line between standing out and blending in with your dress and attire? How does appearance play into effectiveness leading teams and organizations? Is there a way to dress well when you have to wear scrubs? How do patient expectations change your dress? How much of dress is reading the room vs. holding yourself to a higher standard? You talk about house calls as a DPC physician, how does this change the interaction? How did you learn how to dress and carry yourself well? Book Suggestions? Quotes and Ideas: Medical School Interview: Blue or gray suit, white shirt with a colored tie. Leather shoes and a belt that matches. If you have a choice between a solid or swivel chair, choose the solid chair so you don't fidget. Virtually: face a light, make sure the camera is eye level, set up and test your microphone. Make your tech setup pristine. Sprezzatura: When everything is perfect, you can introduce a splash of personality that highlights a creative part of yourself You should dress with the goal of looking professional so you can instill confidence and better care for your patients. Wear clothing that makes you look mature and confident. If you are a physician in a leadership role, you should take the time to dress well and change if needed. “If you want to be a leader… you should look the part and lean into dressing your best.” “If dressing well makes you stand up straighter, speak more clearly and develop trusting relationships with your patients, then do it.” Book Suggestions: Dressing for Medicine: what to wear for your medical school interviews and how to dress professionally throughout your career in medicine by Dr. Paul Thomas Atomic Habits by James Clear
How did heart disease become the leading cause of death in the west, and how can we prevent and reverse it? Dr. Esselstyn is here to share how we all have the power to prevent and reverse decades of abuse to our endothelial cells from eating the Standard American Diet by eating plant-based foods. Visit the Plant-Powered People Podcast website and show notes at: plantpoweredpodcast.com Find vegan recipes, guides, and resources at Plant-Based on a Budget and World of Vegan. Show Notes: Dr. Esselstyn's story & accomplishments Why the prevalence of disease in the USA is higher compared to other countries What heart disease is & how it is caused How early the foundations for heart disease begin The importance of nitric oxide and the endothelium for cardiovascular health The future of heart disease treatment The missing pieces in typical heart disease treatment The foods that cause heart disease & why animal products are bad Whole, plant-based foods that help reverse heart disease Why heart disease is more prevalent as we age How balsamic and rice vinegar with greens can help reverse heart disease The importance of chewing greens vs. using them in smoothies How fluoride & antacids can contribute to the onset of heart disease Why the Standard American Diet injures our heart & bodies How heart attacks are caused How an 87 year old reversed his heart disease with plant-based food Advice for those recently diagnosed with heart disease Sample plant-based menu for preventing & reversing heart disease Thank you to our sponsor, Caraway Home Resources: Book: Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease by Dr. Esselstyn Dr. Esselstyn's Seminar Dr. Esselstyn's Website The Plantrician Project The American College of Lifestyle Medicine
Real Estate Disruptors Podcast subscriber Anthony Pappas talks about land wholesaling, sales training, mentorship, and leadership and their significance in reaching $1.2MM+ gross revenue by driving for dollars virtually. Video replay of my interview with Anthony Pappas on Driving for Dollars Virtually. Subscribe to Our... The post $1.2MM+ Revenue by Driving for Dollars Virtually appeared first on Real Estate Disruptors.
More than two years ago California designated itself a sanctuary for reproductive rights with the passage of a resolution written by Assemblymember Buffy Wicks. She and Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan and Planned Parenthood's Stacy Cross met to discuss the reason such a designation was needed. Their conversation about the possibility Roe V Wade would be overturned appears to have been right on point. Virtually everything they said two years ago seems to be coming true. Let's listen in again.
In this episode of Virtually Live, Shannon Rivkin covers: United Malt Group (UMG), Crown Hybrids (CWNHB), Nab Capital Notes (NABPF), Westpac Capital Notes (WBCPI), betashares Western Australia Bond (BNDS), the CBA Class Action (CBA), Ramsay (RHC), KKR & Co (KKR), Temple & Webster (TPW), and the tourism sector.
This episode is brought to you by Sendlane. Did you know there's only one caffeinated plant native to North America? Yaupon is the only domestic source - "it's Texan for tea," says Abianne Falla, co-founder of CatSpring Yaupon, a brand that cultivates and roasts farm-fresh yaupon. CatSpring Yaupon is more than a beverage, though, says Abianne. The company is "a platform for dignified employment opportunities in our rural community through our harvesting and packaging and production facility," she says. The company sells the item via e-commerce and sells it to other companies, including kombucha brewers, energy drink makers, restaurants, hotels, and bars. The product itself has a fascinating history. Yaupon traditionally flourishes along the Gulf Coast and partway up the East Coast. Virtually every indigenous community had a tradition of using it, with historical references going as far back as 1542. Ultimately its use waned as Native Americans were forced to relocate, and British traders pushed the use of imported tea. It wasn't until a bad drought devastated Texas in 2011 that attention turned back to the very resilient yaupon still prospering in the state. At the same time, studies from the University of Florida and Texas A&M University uncovered the caffeine content of the shrub and its health benefits. "It's hard - it's nuanced - especially in light of the indigenous history. How do we pay respect to the centuries and millennia of the people that drank this and then were wholly eradicated?" she says. "There's no tradition in our rural community. ... Our family was from the Cherokee, the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma. And so while that's part of our family, the yaupon wasn't part of the tradition...so there's a lot of nuances that come into sharing in a respectful way." In Part 1, Abianne talks about: * Gratitude for a blacksmith shop owner who converted his shop into a production facility, allowing CatSpring Yaupon to overcome early challenges and create deeper ties to its community. * A background and history of yaupon. * The health benefits of the shrub. * How she and her family grew to think of the plant as a possible source of employment. * The challenge of revitalizing the use of the product in a respectful way. Join Ramon Vela and Abianne Falla as they break down the inside story on The Story of a Brand. For more on CatSpring Yaupon, visit: https://catspringtea.com/ Subscribe and Listen to the podcast on all major apps. Simply search for “The Story of a Brand,” or click here to listen on your favorite podcast player: Listen now. * This episode is also brought to you by Sendlane. If all DTC companies were forced to turn off Facebook ads, they'd be dead on arrival. Why is that? They over-invest in paid acquisition and under-invest in retention. Luckily, Sendlane makes it easy to solve this problem. Sendlane is an E-Commerce Customer Experience Platform helping hundreds of DTC brands to tighten their existing customer relationships. Sendlane automates personalized customer experiences through Welcome and Abandoned Cart workflows, SMS, Deep Data Integrations with Shopify and WooCommerce, multi-store functionality, and much more. Plus, they don't stand for lazy customer support. Their San-Diego-based team has an average 1-minute response time from a live human, making sure you never get stuck in a chat queue ever again. Curious about how Sendlane can help your DTC brand grow? Schedule a demo with a Specialist. Visit https://www.sendlane.com/story
It is the fifth anniversary of GDPR, which went into effect and 2018. Since its passage, there have been significant efforts at compliance, At the same time, unfortunately, consumers still felt nudged or bullied by big tech companies into agreeing to business under the old rules, posing the question is the spirit behind the legislation on a level playing field. Then came the pandemic, and in March 2020, the world changed. Virtually every business was forced online and reached out to their consumers digitally. However, GDPR was not at the forefront of most business activities as companies focused on customer retention and not necessarily if they were compliant. Technology has also changed- it went into warp speed in 2020, forcing legislators to keep up with new technology channels. This episode talks about what has happened and what will happen in the upcoming years as countries try to formulate new ePrivacy Regulations.
Episode #49 - This episode has a backstory. As projects continue to spin up with wonderful client requests, internally at TLC Creative Services, we have been revisiting our rate sheet, project timelines and project terms. The Presentation Podcast's focus on the business of presentation design is a great resource, that I found myself (Troy Chollar) using. This episode we revisit a conversation Sandy, Nolan and myself had back in 2017 were we discuss presentation project Deposits, Terms and Rates. Virtually every part of the conversation is relevant today, so much so that it is worth bringing back to the surface episode 28 and hopefully encouraging you to evaluate your project options and assuring things are advantageous for both sides of the project; the designer and recipient. Enjoy. Full Episode Show Notes https://thepresentationpodcast.com/2022/e149 Show Suggestions? Questions for your Hosts? Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Listen and review on iTunes. Thanks! http://apple.co/1ROGCUq New Episodes 1st and 3rd Tuesday Every Month
This interview with personal trainer Amy Van Liew was recorded at the “Mind Body Soul Magazine” San Diego spring release party. She just happens to be the cover girl for the spring issue. Amy's tagline is “Be healthy enough”. And in this interview she drops bomb after bomb for a healthy life. Including her top 3 secrets for a stronger core and a better posture!A confluence of circumstances land Amy on the cover. And she has an article in the mag.She is a personal trainer… She helps women over 50 get moving and feel better. Even as the aches and pains of age start to creep in. As they always do.A recited engineer from HP in 2013. She was in the ink jet world. For 26 yrs. Got a retirement offer she couldn't refuse.Decided to follow her passion and went from engineer to personal trainer in the matter of a couple years.She started teaching group classes. Then started having one on one clients.Then she started filming videos. you do this you do that. And then she started a website in 2019 of online workouts. Due to covid her time was impeccable. Now has an online membership with over 270 workout videos. Ranging from strength training to pilates to yoga.www.BeHealthyEnough.comShe's all about you being able to do things you love to do later in life.Core strength is so important to your posture and your balance.She gives us the top three tips on how you can increase your core so you can have better posture. Start slow (and don't do crunches!)The do's and don'ts!Top Simple Daily Habits.Plus we go into other tips for better balance, health, and life as you get over 50. And of course this can be applied to all ages!We get a bit into her old life as an engineer…She touches on the importance of recovery so you don't hurt yourself.“Restore before you do more.”The importance of keeping moving as we age. “Motion is lotion for your joints.” And “rest is rust”.And she ends with this… You can change course even if you're over 50. You don't have to keep doing the same corporate job. If you have a passion and you have the drive you can switch what you do!Administrative: (See episode transcript below)WATCH this episode here: Table Rush Talk Show.Listen on the go at http://TableRush.net. Over 450 episodes and counting!Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
Estate planning is no longer as simple as having a last will and testament. Virtually every state has different laws on matters such as probate and inheritance, making who gets...
Virtually every destructive policy prescription advocated for by Leftists and the National Democrats originates from the communist playbook. Using the Communist Manifesto, published in 1847, and Cleon Skousen's book, Naked Communism, we examine the long-game employed by these America-hating agitators. You may be surprised just how deep the tentacles of communism have reached into American society. Show Notes The Communist Manifesto Cleon Skousen's Books The 45 Communist Goals as Read into the Congressional Record in 1963 The 5,000 Year Leap Truth Quest Podcasts Ep. 83 - The Truth About Capitalism Ep. 182 - The Truth About Decentralization Ep. 190 - The Truth About the Great Reset The Truth Quest Podcast Patron Page Join the conversation at The Truth Quest Facebook Fan Page Order a copy of one of my books, Pritical Thinking, The Proverbs Project, The Termite Effect. The video of this episode is available on Rumble, BitChute and Brighteon. Check out short highlight videos of each episode on Instagram.
I interview Daniel Williamson, Managing Director of the Education Nonprofit Startup, OpenStax. Daniel will share some strategies they've been experimenting with to strengthen team culture and boost connection in the new normal of virtual work.
Our society is reaching a point where science fiction is now reality. Join Mondo and Billy Crone for a shocking update on the future of our society through Meta, and learn how the things we do on a daily basis--having business meetings, going shopping, interacting with others--will now be done through virtual reality.
Everyone's anti-war until the war propaganda starts. Nobody thinks of themselves as a warmonger, but then the spin machine gets going and before you know it they're spouting the slogans they've been programmed to spout and waving the flags the flags they've been programmed to wave and consenting to whatever the imperial war machine wants in that moment. Virtually everyone will tell you they love peace and hate war when asked; war is the very worst thing in the world, and no healthy person relishes the thought of it. But when the rubber meets the road and it's time to oppose war and push for peace, those who'd previously proclaimed themselves "anti-war" are on the other side screaming for more weapons to be poured into a proxy war that their government deliberately provoked. Reading by Tim Foley.
Each month, presidential pollster, Harris Poll Chairman and Stagwell Global Chairman & CEO MARK PENN and BOB CUSACK, Editor in Chief of The Hill discuss the findings of the latest Harvard CAPS / Harris Poll. This month's survey of 1,966 registered voters was conducted between April 20 - April 21, 2022. (Link to the full poll is here). When asked how he'd sum up the mood of the country in just one word, Penn offered "FEAR". This was also the theme of Penn's April 25 Opinion essay in The New York Times: American Voters Haven't Been Afraid Like This in a Long Time ."In a rare convergence, America's voters are not merely unhappy with their political leadership, but awash in fears about economic security, border security, international security and even physical security. Without a U-turn by the Biden administration, this fear will generate a wave election like those in 1994 and 2010, setting off a chain reaction that could flip the House and the Senate to Republican control in November, and ultimately the presidency in 2024.Take the economy, so often the harbinger of election results. From late 2017 until the pandemic, a majority of Americans believed that the economy was strong, and from 2014 until the pandemic at least a plurality believed their personal economic situation was improving. Covid-19 cut sharply into that feeling of well-being; this was initially seen as temporary, though, and trillions of dollars flowed into keeping people afloat. But then near-double-digit inflation hit consumers for the first time in 40 years; 60 percent of voters now see the economy as weak and 48 percent say their financial situation is worsening, according to a Harris poll conducted April 20-21. Many Americans under 60 have relatively little experience with anything but comparatively low fuel costs, negligible interest rates and stable prices. Virtually overnight these assumptions have been shaken. Only 35 percent approve of President Biden's handling of inflation. FULL OP-ED
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Back in 2020, Richard Playfair, SH1FT Fitness Video Producer and owner of Sweatlife Films, came on the podcast to share his expertise on creating a better virtual class. Things have changed a lot since then, so now he's back to give some updated insights on some of the business and marketing aspects of being a digital fitness instructor in the current industry. In this week's episode, Richard gets REAL about the biggest pitfalls he sees Instructors running into with their digital offerings, his go-to platforms for managing the admin side of a GX business, practical tips for structuring and pricing fitness packages, and more!Enjoy this episode full of actionable takeaways!Links and References mentioned in this episode:Management platform: FituneRichard's Facebook Group: Fitness Video Production Help For Fitness ProfessionalsRichard on LinkedInRichard's YouTube: Sweatlife Films The Crystal MazeWill's Facebook, Instagram and Email AddressSH1FT Fitness Website
""Kol Ha'Olam Kulo" (Hebrew: כל העולם כולו, lit. 'The Whole Entire World') is a Hebrew language song by Orthodox Jewish rabbi Baruch Chait adapted from the epigram attributed to the Hasidic rabbi Nachman of Breslov, "The whole entire world is a very narrow bridge and the main thing is to have no fear at all" (Hebrew: כל העולם כולו גשר צר מאוד והעיקר לא לפחד כלל). Israeli singer Ofra Haza also performs a popular version of the song. The lyric is based on an excerpt from Likutei Moharan II" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kol_Ha%27Olam_Kulo Timothy Wilson's book, Redirect: Changing the Stories We Live By: "Steve Salerno, in his book Sham: How the Self-Help Movement Made America Helpless, argues that there are huge costs associated with the public acceptance of what he calls SHAM, which stands for the Self-Help and Actualization Movement. Buying into the claims self-help books make, he argues, can lead to blaming oneself for failure and avoiding treatments that actually do work. Further, very little of the advice offered in self-help books has been tested scientifically, despite the fact that there are ways to do so—and, indeed, there have been many good scientific studies on how to become happier. But most self-help authors are either unaware of this research or opt not to discuss it. Instead, they offer mantras that are like the twenty-first-century version of patent medicines." "Organized religions are important sources of core narratives. Virtually all faiths explain how we came to be, how we ought to live, and what happens to us after we die. Many studies show that religious people are happier than nonreligious people. To get these benefits, though, you can't just go down to your local church, synagogue, or mosque and fill out a membership..." https://www.amazon.com/Redirect-Changing-Stories-We-Live/dp/031605190X Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSFVD7Xfhn7sJY8LAIQmH8Q/join https://odysee.com/@LukeFordLive, https://lbry.tv/@LukeFord, https://rumble.com/lukeford https://dlive.tv/lukefordlivestreams Listener Call In #: 1-310-997-4596 Superchat: https://entropystream.live/app/lukefordlive Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/lukeford/ Soundcloud MP3s: https://soundcloud.com/luke-ford-666431593 Code of Conduct: https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=125692 https://www.patreon.com/lukeford http://lukeford.net Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on Twitter.com/lukeford Support the show | https://www.streamlabs.com/lukeford, https://patreon.com/lukeford, https://PayPal.Me/lukeisback Facebook: http://facebook.com/lukecford Feel free to clip my videos. It's nice when you link back to the original.
You MUST LISTEN to this interview I did with GYM OWNER and FOODIE Rhino Julie. We get into mindset, spirituality, and high vibrations. And I thought it was going to be about losing weight.In my 20's I was obsessed with food, my weight, and having those 6 pack abs. And it turns out so was she. Both of us to point of where it affected our relationships, where would go and what what we could do.There had to be a better way!"And I think that's what clicked in my head. There's a million ways, millions of combinations to lose weight. And so there's a way to do it, where you enjoy it."And this ties into her business too. "I realized recently that in our business, if we focus on the things that we enjoy. That move the needle. We get so much better results."And there are so many things that move the needle that we enjoy in our business. And there's so many things that move the needle and we enjoy in our health and fitness. There is no need to torture ourselves in either lane.She talks about how she started eating better. And how “all of a sudden, I loved everybody.” “Like I would love random people in the grocery store.”She started loving herself. Giving herself that self love nutritionally, and so now she started loving everyone. “I was nourishing myself and it's like the insides out type of thing.”We talk about the power of letting go of judgement of people places and things. How for me it used to be a superpower, but now I don't have the energy for it. And I am wrong most of the time anyway.She adds that everyone is going along dong the best they can.These days I'm thinking if we stop judging others we stop judging ourselves. Or stop judging ourselves we stop judging others. It's the chicken or the egg. And does it matter?She dives into letting go over expectations of others. Taking responsibility for all of her relationships. Raising her own vibrations in her relationships and in her business. And carrying that forward.And then there's goals.I'm “TIRED OF HAVING GOALS”. Her response is poignant.“We all just want to be generally happy and feel at peace, right?"That's what we want. And we can have it in millions of different ways. If we decide that the only way to get it is the hard way and by sacrificing . Well, we can probably get it that way. Or if we decide the only way we can get it as if we have $10 million dollars. And then we've got a slave away, and we work really hard to get it. IF WE BELIEVE THAT, then we will probably end up (with that)."It's whatever we believe…and that's what we have.”“As far as goals go. What happens is we make goals to satisfy other people. Or we make goals because other people are making goals. Or our goals fit in line with what other people's goals are.And like you said, “money is made up, everything's made up”. So you don't have to have the goal of money. Everybody can decide to do it their own way. And it's fine and beautiful.”She's inspired by author Wallace Wattles and IMAGINING what you want.What do we want to be doing? What do we want surrounding us? Who are the people we want surrounding us? And imagining as if that's already our life.And then go into our workday. And what may be different for you is going into your work day KEEPING THAT FEELING. And saying, "what's the inspired action that I am led to do as the result of starting my day feeling into that?"On shifting from wanting to work to WANTING TO CREATE. “I've always been driven to succeed. And so I would put in the work to succeed."“But wanting to create is so much different. It doesn't have that frantic energy. It doesn't have the extreme highs and extreme lows and the sense of failure or success.”Instead, the journey is beautiful. Because everyday, you're creating something that you want to create. Something that's that's fun.Us being in our flow and creating and getting success from what we've created because we wanted to.We woke up with a clear head and an open heart. And we were just ready. THAT'S A POWERFUL PLACE TO BEA question from her to me. Am I too hard on myself? Why did she have to ask me that!?!?So we go deep on higher powers and the ego :).It's an awesome conversation.Listen for the rest and I will leave you with this thought from her.We can't do it wrong. Start with your vision. And it's ok if your vision changes everyday.Rhino Julie has two traditional gyms and a Ninja Warrior Course. She lovingly calls her members “Rhino's”...Be a Rhino for a day at one of her gyms. https://camprhino.com/Take her 5 day virtual challenge where she helps Foodies Fit In Their Jeans! http://5day.org/Administrative: (See episode transcript below)WATCH this episode here: Table Rush Talk Show.Listen on the go at http://TableRush.net. Over 450 episodes and counting!Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
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This episode of The Jeff Dornik Show is sponsored by the explosive new book by Robert F Kennedy Jr, The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health. Order your copy today at https://amzn.to/36D0LLg.After the recent allegations by Dr Bryan Ardis and Stew Peters about snake venom being the root of covid and in the “vaccines,” I knew that I had to have Karen Kingston on The Jeff Dornik Show to help us understand the science behind these claims and whether there's any validity to them. Surprisingly, the most shocking aspect of this interview wasn't the confirmation that snake venom has been synthesized and used in both COV-2 and the supposed vax.What we discovered during this interview is that everything we know about covid and the vaccines are false. This interview will turn your understanding of what's going on upside-down, forcing you to re-evaluate everything you thought you knew.According to Kingston, the mRNA does not create the bioweapon spike protein. Instead, this may have been designed as a cover for the even more sinister genocidal plot. During this episode, she explained:“We were all lied to. And think about this from a legal strategy, which is that eventually they're thinking, ‘What if we do get caught? We're the bad guys, and what if we get caught? Ok, let's tell everyone that the mRNA produces the spike protein because if every lawyer goes into the courtroom saying that people were injected with the mRNA that then produces the spike protein and that spike protein isn't in and of itself the bioweapon, but what we actually did is just inject them with the bioweapon directly and the negative reaction they got was completely wrong.'”Think about the significance of what she just said. The spike protein that is created by the mRNA injected into millions of people around the world is not the bioweapon. If Big Pharma was ever challenged on this, they could respond truthfully that the spike protein produced by the mRNA is not what is killing people and have plausible deniability from the charges based upon that assumption. I can see your head still spinning from this, so I'll allow Karen to explain what's actually going on here:“Some are arguing that you're injecting with the mRNA, the mRNA is producing the bioweapon. Based on everything that I've read on mRNA and the production of spike protein, I'd be like, ‘What are you talking about?' mRNA is very unstable. It's unlikely that it could hijack the cells. “Fine, let's say it does hijack the cells, when it does produce the spike protein, the spike protein is unstable, can fold on itself and disappear and is usually eliminated from the body within 48-72 hours, so how are you calling this a bioweapon? And that would be very confusing to a judge or a jury because the science proves what I just said, and no-one said, ‘we're going to inject with you the bioweapon directly, the spike protein directly.”'Let me summarize briefly: The bioweapon is not the spike protein that is produced by the mRNA. Instead, they are injecting unsuspecting victims directly with the bioweapon spike protein. So what is the spike protein that they are injecting into everybody?“The spike protein is also not a spike protein,” Kingston explained. “It's a synthetic manmade chemical weapon of biowarfare, that's what it is. People are injected with a bioweapon, that's why it doesn't clear out of their body.”The spike protein produced by the mRNA does not stay in your body. It's unstable and is usually eliminated from your body within 2-3 days. The spike proteins that stay in your body are more than likely what is being injected directly into your body.To further support this claim that the bioweapon is injected directly into the victims (the vaxxed) is that the spike protein has its own patent, which is not only unusual, but not normally allowed to happen, as that would be patenting a small portion of the full sequence of the virus that causes covid. Kingston explained that this would be like patenting just a couple letters out of the entire alphabet.What could be the reason to patent just the spike protein? Could it be that it is not simply taken out of the entire sequence from Cov-2, but created in a lab and turned into a bioweapon to be injected directly into the bodies of victims while they are getting vaxxed, at the same time as injecting mRNA technology?I understand that this is a complex claim, but it's important to understand. Virtually everything that we have come to know and understand about how the vaccines work are being turned on its head with this new revelation. It's going to be difficult to get the masses to understand this truth, and Kingston explains why:“We've been lied to so strategically and manipulated that it's difficult to get the story straight, and it's difficult when you read the words from the scientists and the government's own documents. It's hard for people to even process the words because their belief system has been programmed to the exact opposite of the truth, and no-one wants to believe that they are injected with a bioweapon.”Folks, the bioweapon is not created by mRNA. It's a synthetic manmade chemical weapon of biowarfare being directly injected into millions of people around the world. For more information and scientific research from Karen Kingston, check out her website at https://karenkingston.net This episode of The Jeff Dornik Show is officially a part of FreedomFirst.TV, which is the only place to be able to watch the LIVE show and completely ad-free for subscribers. Additionally, you'll get access to online conferences, summits, panels and interviews exclusive to FreedomFirst.TV, both livestream and on-demand. There's videos from Dr Sherri Tenpenny, Jovan Hutton Pulitzer, Tracy Beanz, Mindy Robinson, Bobby Piton and many more. Head on over to https://FreedomFirst.TV and subscribe today!
Would you watch the news online or via a mobile app if it were presented by something that looks human, but is in fact an artificially intelligent virtual human? Today's episode features Leon Hawthorne. Leon is a media executive, journalist and academic; a former CEO of two satellite TV channels, three cable stations, a TV production company and a dozen web channels. He created web TV channels for Boot's, Borders and Waterstones, and advised the CEOs of Hearst Magazines, the Independent and London Evening Standard on digital content strategies.In his journalistic career, he was a World News Anchor for both CNN International and CNBC Europe. For BBC News, he was a member of the parliamentary lobby, attending daily briefings at 10 Downing Street, reporting politics and producing current affairs documentaries for BBC One and BBC Radio 4. Leon is presently on an academic sabbatical, researching for a PhD at City, University of London, while lecturing in Media and Corporate Communication.In our conversation, we discussed his PhD Research: ‘Talking Heads: The use of virtual human presenters in the delivery of personalised news content'. The experiment itself uses AI to detect how participants really feel about the images they see, instead of relying wholly on answers participants give on a questionnaire. After being granted permission, the cloud-based software accesses the participant's webcam to analyse their microexpressions, as they watch the videos. Microexpressions are small, rapid movements of the facial muscles that psychologists believe betray subconscious emotional reactions. The technology for the experiment was developed by Affectiva Inc., the pioneer of Emotion AI. The research is interested particularly in seeing how opinions vary, depending on the age and sex of participants, and also on how much they use smartphones and other new technologies. Anyone aged over 18, who has access to a computer with a webcam, can take part in the 10-minute online experiment.Links of interest:AITalkingHeads.com - http://www.aitalkingheads.comLeonHawthorne.com Affectiva Emotion AIFull link to participate in online experiment - https://cityunilondon.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a3glSZjvos49rw2
Virtually all of the tea consumed by Americans comes from somewhere else, but Brian White wants to change that. White, who is from New Smyrna Beach, is the CEO of Yaupon Bros. American Tea Company. The business focus on selling “tea” made from the leaves of the yaupon holly plant. White said he got started about 12 years ago. At the time, he said there was no commercial supply of yaupon available. “So we really had to build a supply chain from the ground up which took a really long time and a lot of you know blood, sweat, tears and other people's money,” White said. Of course, it wasn't just Brian White's blood sweat and tears. His brother, Kyle, also became involved in the business. White said his brother remains an active part of the day-to-day operations, dealing with much of the sales of the business. The brothers are also helped by the third founder of the business, Mark Steel, who started out as a mentor to the younger White brother. In addition to building Yaupon Bros., White has been working with farmers across the state to promote yaupon as an alternative crop to citrus, as the industry has been struggling with citrus greening. The business has seen quite an expansion since it started. Yaupon Bros. is now available in every Whole Foods supermarket in the state of Florida. The company also just recently opened a new production facility and cafe in Edgewater. On the latest episode of Florida Foodie, White shares some of his future plans for Yaupon Bros. He also takes a deep dive into the cultural significance of the yaupon to the indigenous people of Florida and the U.S. Please follow our Florida Foodie hosts on social media. You can find Candace Campos on Twitter and Facebook. Lisa Bell is also on Facebook and Twitter and you can check out her children's book, “Norman the Watchful Gnome.”
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Cheryl Spencer is gifted at Helping You Get your first 1000 followers on TikTok! She dives deep on all things TikTok. The growth. How you can use it as your top of funnel platform to drive traffic and leads to your funnel. And she has created a TikTok challenge just for you. She graciously hacks my TikTok's on this episode and we get learning strategies, tips, tricks in real time. And don't forget her “4 PART HYPNOTIC LOOP” framework. It brings us behind the scenes of some deep psychological strategy. And more!She lets us in on her framework to create engagement. “The 4 Part Hypnotic Loop”. Part ONE: Create a pattern interrupt. Capture the conscious attention (left brain). Part TWO: Capture the subconscious attention. Create an open loop. Engage their imagination or curiosity (right brain). Step THREE: Deliver the information. Activate an unconscious response. Step FOUR: Hypnotic commands. Have a call to action. Deliver the punchline. Some tips 1) Find a trending sound - she shows you how. 2) keep your first round of videos to 8 to 12 seconds until you have followers. 2) Start a PERSONAL ACCOUNT not a business account. 3) never say “link in bio” in your text on the video. 3) Have a call to action.Join Cheryl's 5 day TikTok Challenge here! My TikTok Challenge (https://mytiktokchallenge.com/)Administrative:WATCH this episode here: Table Rush Talk Show.Listen on the go at http://TableRush.net. Over 450 episodes and counting!Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
If you've ever been sucked into the world of Tudor England, whether by Wolf Hall, The Tudors, or one of the novels about Anne Boleyn, you've likely met Hans Holbein. Born in 1497, he learned to paint from his father, Hans Holbein the Elder, and went on to become arguably the finest portraitist of the 16th century. Now Holbein: Capturing Character, the first major show dedicated to the artist in the United States, is being held at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City through May 15. Smarty Pants jetted to the Big Apple to bring you on an audio tour of the exhibition with Austėja Mackelaitė, the Annette and Oscar de la Renta Assistant Curator at the Morgan and a co-curator of the exhibition.Virtually follow along our stops on the tour:Erasmus of Rotterdam Images of DeathSir Thomas MoreRichard Southwell (and preparatory drawing)Simon George (and preparatory drawing)Portrait of a WomanGo beyond the episode:Take a virtual walk through Holbein: Capturing CharacterRead the first few sample pages of Hilary Mantel's letter to Sir Thomas More“The Story of a Stare Down”: Penelope Rowlands investigates how two antagonists from Tudor England ended up facing each other on Fifth AvenueYou should really (re)read the Wolf Hall TrilogyTune in every week to catch interviews with the liveliest voices from literature, the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs; reports on cutting-edge works in progress; long-form narratives; and compelling excerpts from new books. Hosted by Stephanie Bastek and sponsored by the Phi Beta Kappa Society.Subscribe: iTunes • Stitcher • Google PlayHave suggestions for projects you'd like us to catch up on, or writers you want to hear from? Send us a note: podcast [at] theamericanscholar [dot] org. And rate us on iTunes! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode of the Ideas on Stage podcast we spoke with Patti Sanchez. Patti Sanchez, Duarte's Chief Strategy Officer, writes books, creates frameworks, and helps clients connect with audiences through persuasive presentations and story-based communications. She is the co-author of the award-winning book, Illuminate: Ignite Change Through Speeches, Stories, Ceremonies, and Symbols, and the author of Presenting Virtually: Communicate and Connect With Online Audiences. Patti leads an expert team of communication consultants and creative writers who help clients move their audiences in one powerful moment or in a movement over time. In this episode we talked about all things virtual presentations. We hope you enjoy it! +++ Take the Confident Presenter Scorecard to benchmark your ability to deliver powerful presentations and identify opportunities for improvement: https://ideasonstage.com/score Want to learn more about how you can grow your business and increase your influence through great presenting? Register today for our free, live web class on all things presentation skills: https://www.ideasonstage.com/uk/masterclass
For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.Senses of anti in Greekagainstin place of (2 Cor 11)Occurrences of "antichrist(s)" in BibleNot in Revelation!Only in the letters of John1 John 2:18, 4:32 John 7Who were the antichrist?They are people, not a person.They'd left the church. Yet not all who wander are the antichrist!They denied the incarnation. Probably these people had been deceived by a false teaching called Docetism.Polycarp (69-155 AD) warned the Philippians that everyone who preached false doctrine was an antichrist. Yet this seems to go beyond the biblical meaning of the term, which concerns God becoming flesh, and no other doctrine. In later centuries, Christian writers began to identify the Antichrist with specific individuals.What about 2 John?There is still a problem.Notice v.7, which may be easiest verse to share with others who are looking for a definition of the term.What about 3 John?Here there's no mention of antichrist.Diotrephes the narcissist (in 3 John 9) may not deny the incarnation, but...The enemy doesn't necessarily reject the gospel - at least not visibly. Heretics come in two shapes.Those who deny fundamental doctrines. This is a later sense of heretic.Those who create factions (haireseis, in Greek) -- the original sense.Both senses entail something false.ConclusionsAntichrist means denying the central teaching of Christianity: that God became flesh.Virtually everything you hear about the Antichrist these days is rubbish.Let's make sure we aren't the antichrist! Appreciate the incarnation!Let's also be sure we don't go the way of Diotrephes. Be humble; stay unified; stay connected.For more, please hear the podcast on Antichrist in the Last Things series at this website.Next: Jude--Lordship or License?
In this episode I interview the Awesome Pi Venus Winslow who has build a coaching business helping people get past their narcissistic parent upbringings. And also help people deal with a narcissistic partner. We dive into how she has build that business. Taking the first steps to start. And moving past the self limiting beliefs that can come from a narcissistic upbringing. And of course we get into what it means to be a narcissist. And how those relationships can affect you. And yes she may have had to move past her own narcissistic habits herself. It's a ton of fun and there's a lot to learn.Administrative: (See episode transcript below)WATCH this episode here: Table Rush Talk Show.Find Pi Venus Winslow here: https://fullvenusrising.com/Get her book here: Mother Medusa: Weaving Myth, Ritual and Magic into Healing From a Narcissistic Upbringing.Listen on the go at http://TableRush.net. Over 450 episodes and counting!Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting! These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones. You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS, https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for mobile mic for Android https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript: Mischa Zvegintzov Welcome everybody to the table rush talk show where I interview people who are growing real businesses to make real money and to serve their their customer at the highest possible level. And today I'm introduced, I'm here to introduce pi, Venus Winslow, who we can call pi for shorts, and pies. Amazing. So hi helps people you help people get over, or I don't know if over is the right word or sort of work through a narcissistic parent upbringing, a parental upbringing, where there's narcissistic parents are involved. And then, and then you help people deal with narcissistic partners. But your main way to do that, currently is with a six month program that you have, and you do some personal coaching. And you're starting to crush it. That's, that's very exciting. So so there you go, everybody, let's welcome pi. Pi Venus That was a beautiful welcome. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah, indeed, it's so good to have you here. We were just talking a just a few minutes before we got started here. And so I asked you, I said, Hey, you know, tell me are you? Are you having success? Are you successful at helping people? You know, work through this, these narcissistic relationships, and you said, was awesome. You said, Well, as a matter of fact, I am, you know, I've started to have, if you don't mind me saying, you know, $10,000 $10,000 months, and you were very excited about it, and, and you also said, hey, you know, when I started three years ago, that was my goal, right, just to be able to, to make money. And I'm gonna stop talking here in a second and let you talk. But what I like about the 10,000 a month is that it's a financial metric that we can use to perhaps gauge impact. Yeah, Pi Venus yeah. Yeah, for sure. For sure. So yeah, I mean, when I, when I first started my business, and it's been about three years, I had, I had no idea what I even wanted to do. I just knew I wanted to coach other people, I wanted to inspire other people. But there was a part of me that, you know, like, was like, I don't know how to do that. I've never done that before. But I mean, I do know how to encourage people, right. And I have done that all of my life. And I'm and I'm a connector. I like to connect people to things that I think will help them and I like to cheer people on and I like to help them problem solve. And so, to start my journey, I got to take the really big, scary step, the very big scariest first step ever, especially for Bernie, okay, because I grew up with a, I grew up in a dysfunctional family, I had an alcoholic father, I have a narcissistic mother. And I basically grew up believing that I didn't have value that I didn't matter that nobody cared about me or what I wanted, or what I needed, that I was always doing everything wrong, that I was unlovable that I wasn't smart enough. I like a lot of self limiting beliefs. And this is what happens when you experience long term emotional and psychological abuse as a child growing up into an adult, these these beliefs get deeply entrenched in, in our in our subconscious mind, and they creep into our conscious mind, but we'll dismiss them and say, Well, yeah, I have this problem. But like, it's not important, but it is. Mischa Zvegintzov I ask a question. Yeah. So self limiting beliefs, right. It's, that is easy to throw around. I hear that terminology thrown around all the time. Like, give me some examples, like what were some self limiting beliefs that you had that you grew up with that you had a breakthrough? Am I asking that right? Pi Venus Yeah, yeah. Well, I mean, a lot of the ones that I just listed. I mean, if you if you think about it, if you don't believe that you matter, why would you bother learning how to communicate better with other people if you really believe that? It doesn't matter what I say, nobody's gonna listen to me anyway. You know, so I didn't and I didn't have good role models. I didn't have I didn't have somebody to teach me You know, how to navigate the world, you know, I was I was neglected, I was kind of left to figure it out on my own. And, and I didn't know how to do a lot of things, and I especially didn't know how to manage my emotional well being at all I get I get very overwhelmed. And then I would, you know, it kind of freak out, I do self sabotaging things I would, you know, I wouldn't show up because I was scared or I or I, you know, I'd flake out or I, you know, I, I act out in some way. And so there were a lot of things that I didn't know how to do, which kind of reinforced the negative belief system of like, I'm not good enough, but but I had to, I had to step above that, and get to a place, unfortunately, a rock bottom place in a sense that, that I that I really like I really saw that it was up to me, to change my life, to learn how to be a healthy adult, to learn how to communicate with other people to, to learn how to trust myself, to learn how to trust other people to open my heart, to take risks, and not to be not to give my power away to other people. My value my worthiness not to put that in the hands of other people. But to relate that in my heart. Mischa Zvegintzov Can I ask a question again in that, so when you say, give my power to someone, or you just listed three things you said get my power. And then two other things like can you get a little more granular with that? Like I like the granular ideas, so people can go Oh, yeah, like giving away your power? That's super broad. Like, Pi Venus yeah, give me Yeah, yeah. So. So what that would look like if I think about myself and the things that I would do, it was more important to me that other people approved of me than I was actually approving myself or authentically being myself. So I would want to try to morph into whatever I thought somebody else wanted of me. I wanted to make sure everybody else was happy and okay, at my own expense. And I would self sacrifice. And then I would get resentful, because I wasn't getting what I was needing. And I didn't ask for what I needed. I just expected other people to know, because I had been trained to be so intuitive to try to figure out how to keep my parents happy. And that was the expectation that that's how I operated in my life with everyone. And when other people are just, you know, they're just walking around living their life. And I'm over here, like, I need something. I need something. Why are you guessing what I need? And then I'm not getting it. And then I'm blaming them? I'm blaming them because I'm not getting what I need. Yeah. I'm giving my power to them. My happiness is dependent on them. Yeah, doing something for me. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah. I think, let let's do this, too. Why don't you tell me what a narcissist is? I think that that's a value right to anybody listening, because then you can people might be able to relate and go, Oh, yeah, maybe my parents are like this. Or maybe they could. I mean, we all have a little bit of self centeredness. But maybe give me a definition of a of a narcissist. Pi Venus Yeah, yeah. Well, narcissism is um, you know, it's, it's a, it's a personality disorder. And it's in the diagnostic manual of mental health diseases. It's, it's, it's really diagnosed by a professional. And so I don't I don't think you know, I don't think walking around in diagnosing people as this is the best idea. But what we can do is we can recognize that it is it's on a spectrum. You know, people are complex, we're all we have all kinds of different parts to us and ways of being depending upon what's going on in our lives. And, you know, a narcissistic person lives their life a certain way all the time, like so most people down here in the normal range. Everybody can be self centered. Everybody can be selfish. Everybody can tell a lie. Anybody could say um, that thing you said happened didn't happen because they're scared or they don't want to admit they were wrong. But narcissistic people live their life and operate that way all the time. It's their personality, it's their personality. And so narcissistic people don't have empathy for others. They don't have empathy or compassion, they can't relate to the pain and suffering of other people. They don't feel a connection. Like some people say their hearts are made a stone, right? They're just, there's no, there's no compassion, there's no empathy there, they will fake it. They will fake it if they need to. But deep down inside, at the end of the day, they don't really feel bad. If they hurt somebody, they don't have remorse. If they hurt someone, they won't make a genuine apology. They'll they'll do the faux apology. I'm so I'm so sorry. You're hurt by that instead of instead of taking responsibility for what actually their part was? Yeah, right. Yeah. So so they won't admit to being wrong. They're very concerned about how other people perceive them. They want to be they want to be smarter, they want to be better looking, they want to be have have more money, you know, they, they they project a persona. And they're very, very attached to that persona. And they get very angry if you expose them. If you expose their flaws, and they want, they want energy from other people, they're kind of like Emotional Vampires. So they want people's attention. They want people's admiration. They want people to admire them and consult them. And, you know, Mischa Zvegintzov I'm like, I'm like looking in the mirror right now. I'm like, oh, but Pi Venus anybody, anybody can want those things. But again, like I'm saying, this is this is their, their mode of operation. They're like this all the time. And so the difference is, is that when they're denied the attention, validation, whatever it is that they're seeking from other people, they will they will become rageful. And they will do things, they will do things to punish that person. Maybe they will start a smear campaign against them, they will send everybody about your deep, dark, dirty secrets, and they won't they will. They'll manipulate and they'll use manipulation and control to they'll say things to get you upset, they figure out what your buttons are they they push your buttons, and then when you react and you respond and you're upset, they're like, why are you so out of control? Look at how out of control she is God, can you believe I have to put up with this. I'm just I'm so worried about this person. They're so emotional, you know, and it's just like, and, and the other people are like, wait a minute, it's like, it can be very confusing to because once once that pattern starts once, like, like the victim starts to question their reality. They're like, they're like, Did that really happen? Did they really say that? Did they really do that? Make maybe I am too sensitive, Am I Am I overreacting and it's like, the narcissist will push boundaries all the time, all the time, they'll see how much more they can get away with how much more they could get away with and, and before you know it, you are in a stew of toxicity. And there's like no escape. Mischa Zvegintzov Just laughing because I can relate. Like, oh my god, I think I was thinking of a girlfriend. Pi Venus I think everybody has this person with this type of person. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah. Well, I was thinking this is what was interesting. And I actually had this as a question to ask you, but she kind of used this whole narcissist thing as a weapon towards me, she's like, You need to look at this thing about perhaps you're a narcissist. And I'm like, I don't think I am. I think I've got enough self awareness and some empathy and sympathy and, and some emotional maturity. But I was like, it's almost like the narcissist weaponized, the narcissism thing. Like throwing it at me and I'm sitting there thinking, as you tell me that I'm like, wait a minute, you're doing all these? Everything. You're listening out. You're doing to me. Anyway, thank you. Pi Venus Exactly. Thank you. that that's a that's a that's a tool that's another manipulation that they use. They project what they're doing on to another person. They say, so if I'm if I'm in a relationship, I'm the narcissist, I'm cheating on my partner, I'm going to be grilling my partner all the time. I know you're cheating on me, let me like, I need to see your phone, I need to know what you're doing. I need to be tracking you because you're not to be trusted. I saw the way you looked at that person. Meanwhile, I'm the one out there. Like doing all of those things. Yeah, Mischa Zvegintzov that's, that's that was the number one thing she's like, I know you have a sorry ex girlfriend, if you're listening. This is not naming names. But you know who you are getting? What was it? It was there was a lot of this. There was a lot of this, like, Oh, you've got this bevy of other relationships waiting in line. And I'm like, actually, no, I don't. But clearly you do. You know. And I had this, this male mentor friend of mine. And so after we broke up, I was telling them all about this. And he goes, Well, he goes, Well, let me ask you a question. After you guys broke up, did you immediately jump in a relationship with another person? And I was like, No. And he goes, Did you have people waiting in the wings? And I said, No. And he goes, Well, there's your answer. So Right. And I was like, oh, yeah, that's, that was great insight. Anyway, thank you for that. It's just like a great therapy session on. So So what was I going to ask you? You talked about a bottom. So you, you, you, you hit a bottom line was this bottom that you hit Pi Venus the bottom I hit when I realized that my mother was a narcissist. And I didn't, I didn't know I didn't figure it out until I was like 45 years old. Yeah, I know. But here's the good thing. Narcissism is becoming more widely known, like people are talking about it, there's a lot of information there out there about it. And so I think the more people know about it, the more people can like see, like how it plays out, relate to their own experiences. And it's not about walking around in the world being afraid of narcissists. It's about like, what is it in me, that is attracting these people to come into my world, because clearly, you know, anybody, anybody who has self, you know, self love and self respect and self, self awareness and, and security in themselves and trust in themselves. They're going to see through the facade, they're going to, they're going to see the smoke and mirrors, they're gonna recognize the red flags, and they're going to end that relationship as soon as possible with the least amount of damage and not stay in it for years, months, years, decades. Mischa Zvegintzov I dug it on for a year, looking back, like what was it anyway, go on? Hey, let me ask you a question. So you wrote a book, right? We've got a book out there. It's called Mother Medusa and weaving myth, ritual and magic into healing from a narcissistic upbringing. And so there's definite before and afters for you. There's like, oh, my gosh, I'm in a narcissistic upbringing. I've got these 10 these tendencies as a result of that, that are maybe not helping me live that fully actualized life or authentically or wonky emotions? Maybe that's another way to say it, but there's a definite distinct before and after. Right. When I'd be saying that correctly. Yes. Awesome. And so your book gets a little bit into the before and then the after or? Pi Venus Yeah, yeah, that this other book is? Well, it's a story about my journey. And how how I started my journey, the realization I had about my mother connecting a lot of dots, the the grief and the pain of recognizing that I could no longer have a relationship with my mother that it was really that toxic. That that was a kick in the gut. You know, it's like when you're in a when you're in a abusive relationship with a with a intimate partner, everybody's going to jump up and say break up with them. To end the relationship, but what if it's your parent? Yeah, you know, it's, it's a totally different attachment. It's, it's primal, it's biological. And it's, it's not easy to do. And sometimes it needs to be done. Not always, but in my case, it did. And that was, that was a really hard place to be for quite a while, there was a lot of grief and pain to work through, there was a lot of anger, there was a lot of sadness. And through that whole process, there was a lot of fear. Like, can you know, like, like, if I don't have this person in my life, will I be able to like survive? Because that's, that's the way children are wired. It doesn't matter how old you are, there's always a part of you that wants to need your parents. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah. So what were like before book, or before? And you already touched on it a little bit, but the the mindset, your emotional state, like, before you have the clarity that I've got some work to do to heal through this, these, this narcissistic upbringing? What are like the key? The key? Red flags are I don't know if red flags the right word, but like environmental proof, or I don't know, I don't know, what am I trying to say circumstance and circumstances in your life as a result of, of hanging out in this narcissistic, damaged spot? So are you like frustrated with relationships with men up to this point or your, your you can't find fulfilment at work? Or what like, what are the main I guess triggers? Or am I asking that right, or? Pi Venus Yeah, I think I know what you're asking. I think, what, like what was going on in my life? That was evidence that I wasn't, I wasn't well, yeah. I wasn't well, um, and it's interesting. And I thank you for asking that. Because there's a lot of things that were going on for me that I didn't connect to the trauma that I experienced in my childhood, and we hear about this, but again, I think, I think people who grow up with it being normal, normalize it. Yeah. Like, Oh, yeah. You know, that happened all the time. No big deal. Well, actually, it actually was a big deal. And if you look at your life and the way you've been living it, and are you living the life of your dreams, if you're not, it probably there's probably something there related to that. So, you know, I had I had had a number of dysfunctional love relationships in my life, I recognized you know, I had a, I had an unhealthy attachment to other people, I needed other people to tell me I was okay. I was very codependent. I, I was very, you know, interested and absorbed in other people's lives. Meanwhile, I was disconnected from myself in my own life, I didn't have hobbies, I had the hobbies that, you know, the people that were most important to me had because it was important to them. Like I didn't even have an identity. I was just running around trying to find somebody to love me, because I didn't get that growing up. And it was a deep, deep emotional wound. And that's how I gave my power away. I would say yes, when I met when I really wanted to say no. Mischa Zvegintzov Oh, right. Well, I was gonna say so I think a simple example of that would be like, Hey, let's go to this function. And you're like, Okay, when really maybe you didn't want to go? Or Or yeah, you can even say stand up for yourself perhaps to sometimes or Pi Venus stand up for myself I also I struggled with with drug and alcohol addiction. That was another way that I would hide from my feelings. I bury my pain. I would I like pretty much anything you could get addicted to there were times when I would like over indulge in that. And in those things, like I was a workaholic, I would work all the time so that I didn't even have time to like feel things or even really authentically connect with other people. Because I was just so busy. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah, I get that. I get that. I have some parallels in my journey, you know? I think like finding that self love of who I am, what do I like, like, and then be willing to be like, This is what I like, and that's okay. And for me, a lot of that shift was, like, for a while, I was like, take me or leave me with his arrogance, right. And then and, and then and then I had to shift from that at some point, right? I had to be like, take me or leave me. Cuz I'm amazing and so are you are you know what I mean verse. I don't know if that resonates at all, but thank you for listening again. So did you have a final failed relationship that shined a spotlight on this where you're like, I just can't live like this anymore. And you stumble across? Like, a mentor or a coach or an angel or, or what? Who's the there's like the melody. What's her name? She? Maybe Yeah, Melody Beatty, or like what? Tell me what what's the what's the part of the story where you're like, Oh, no. Yeah, there we go. Yeah, moment. Yeah. Pi Venus magical moment. Okay. Um, they and thanks for asking. And I love telling the story. And I might get emotional. Like, because it is it is an emotional, it wasn't emotional was a spiritual experience. And I do believe this work is it is spiritual work. Because our we are disconnected spiritually, when we're disconnected from ourselves when we're disconnected from who we are. And so where I was at my life, I, my second marriage was falling apart. I had been sober a year. I no longer resonated with my community, my group of people that I had been had around me for years, you know, um, you know, and so I used to, I used to play drums, I used to be a rock and roll. You know, drummer, I played in several bands, I used cars, I used to book shows, I had a radio show, I was very involved in the local music community, but as many people know, and or can guess if you watch VH one, you know, like, the band always breaks up because of alcohol and drugs stop. And that was just very prevalent. Mischa Zvegintzov In aided us, you just the age one what was right behind the music. Okay, I watched it. Yes. Yeah. But I Pi Venus mean, that was, you know, that was where I was in my life. And so I got sober and independent a year. And I'm like, you know, this just, this doesn't resonate with me anymore. I want better friends, I want a different life. I meant for bigger things I, I want, I want to expand and grow. But I don't even know what that looks like. So I had begun to do a morning ritual meditation, quiet time, reflecting, going going deep within listening, asking myself like, what's the next step? What's the next step? And it wasn't something that I had done ever before. This was a new practice for me. But at some point, I started to hear an answer to some questions. And it was very persistent. And the what it said to me was, it's time to go and face your mother. And I thought, I don't want to do that. Mischa Zvegintzov Anything with that? Pi Venus I don't want to do that. Really? Why really? And I ignored it for a while. And but it was very persistent. So finally I said, Okay, fine, I'll go. I don't know why I don't know what I'm just gonna go because clearly, that's what I'm hearing. I'm going to trust this. And so I went on a visit. And within the first 24 hours, I started seeing her behavior from it from a different perspective from a different lens. And I actually Googled it. At the time, I was like, people who always turn the conversation back to themselves, because I have literally been sitting there listening to her talk about how great she was for 45 minutes. And I was like, Why does she keep doing this? And narcissism came up and then like, I'm like, Oh, look, there's a checklist, check. Check, check, check. And suddenly, it all made sense. It was an it was the biggest aha moment of my life. I was like, Oh my gosh, there's a name for this. I'm not quite lazy. There is a reason why. Every time I spend time with this person, I go into a spin for days or weeks. Pi Venus Yeah. And then and then the next thing I thought the next thing I thought, well, this person raised me, what if what if being raised by this type of person do to me, and I'm like, oh, that's why I have low self esteem. That's why I get in relationships with unhealthy people. That's why I play small and I don't speak up, and I am afraid to speak up, I'm afraid to say what I want, or what I need. That's why I hide I don't I don't, I don't put myself out there. I don't ask for a promotion, I don't go for the new job. I don't think I'm good enough for the better boyfriend or whatever it was, you know, this is why I had trouble with drugs and alcohol my whole life. This is why I feel responsible for other people's feelings. This is why I don't have boundaries. Because this person never allowed me to have boundaries. I was never taught even like, like it wasn't okay to have boundaries. So of course, in my adult life, I don't have boundaries with people. And I'm really wondering, I'm like, Why is everybody walking all over me? It sounds simple. But for somebody, like I said, who's raised that that is normal. It's you don't think about it, you don't recognize it until you recognize it. And once you see it, you can't unsee it. And there's only one thing that can be done. Yeah, you can't change other people, the only thing you can do is change yourself. And so that's what I decided to do. Mischa Zvegintzov Do you remember who were the were the source of the checklist? Pi Venus I don't, but you could Google it right now. Yeah. Like checklist or narcissistic traits, you'll get a whole bunch of them. Yeah. They're all very similar. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah. So So you have this moment. And your your I liked the accountability, part two that you hinted to, or said it's like, wait a minute, I can't change the other person. I've got to change me. And now I have to take accountability. Because I know, right? If I if I heard you say that, right? You're like the, the veil has been lifted. Ignorance is no longer bliss. Like, wait a minute. Okay, now, now, now something can be done. So that's a that's a cool spot to be, I guess it's sort of painful on one hand, but freeing on the other. By the way, everybody listening and watching Hello, thank you, you can go to full Venus rising.com. And you can see PI's book, Mother Medusa, and she tells more about the story and all that stuff. So go there. And then also, you can always book a call. So if you want to hear more, and this is resonating, and you're like, oh my gosh, I get it, get Yeah, wait a minute. And in the light, the light bulbs going off. Go to full Venus rising. I'm looking over here for Venus rising.com You can go to, to the work with me, click on that. And then you can book a call and you've got a six month program and all these sorts of things. And so, so you have this moment, and and do you have a vision of this point of how your life can be? Right? You're like, wait a minute, aha, it's, I gotta change whatever. And then does there's like this new vision flash in front of you? Or are you like, oh, gosh, I guess I better you know, start trudging along. Does that question make sense? Pi Venus Yeah, yeah, it does the vision, the vision of my future and what my life could be, um, it wasn't actually a vision. It was more like it was like a knowing that that step would come once once I started. So for me where I was at it at that moment was like I said, I was in I was in the shock. I was in the shock of like, oh, my gosh, this was my life. This is my life right now. My life has played out because of everything that happened in my past and what the hell happened? There were there were six years of my childhood I couldn't remember. They were just blocked out so I in there was that green? Fair. So I needed to work through that first, then I needed to learn how to manage my emotional well being. And once I learned how to manage my emotional well being, I was able to start seeing what was possible for my life. And then I made the big step of investing in myself, which was a worthiness block that I, that that was a big thing for me to overcome was to invest in my first coach. And a big chunk of money wasn't big, but for me, it was big money on me because I was worth it. Mischa Zvegintzov Well, I was just gonna say, especially for someone who's not used to investing in themselves like that, I, I remember, I had this moment 567 years ago, by now where, where, you know, there's this idea of investing in yourself, invest in yourself, invest in yourself, or, and then I would also hear, you know, it's like this act of self love. Right? And, and I went to what's called the Hoffman process. Have you heard of the Hoffman process? No, I haven't. It was like 567 $1,000, something like that. But it was an investment in myself. And there was a lot of this, like, it was a lot of this. How to. He knows sort out some of the rough edges of those things. What am I trying to say, doesn't matter. In a that, or excuse me, in a 12 step vernacular, it would be like, six and seven steps like, like, what are, how do we react? Due to the way we were brought up, kind of like what you're talking about? You know, there's like, a lot of a lot of what this focused on was was I'm reacting to circumstances due to do to, like this parental stuff, and not to place judgment on it, but just to be aware of it be like, oh, wait a minute, like, there's this stuff over here, therefore, I'm reacting like this, or not reacting, right? But anyway, I invested in that program, and it was very transformational. And I was like, oh, sort of that light bulb came on, and was like, Oh, that was like, an act of self love investing that money in myself. What you're talking about that? That was the purpose of that. Of that? Thank you. Pi Venus I totally agree. It is it is an act of self love. And, you know, it's like we, we are always, in a sense, investing in ourselves all the time, whether we're consciously choosing how we do that or not, you know, if we're, if we're investing our time, and we're being influenced by by people or circumstances that are not healthy that that is, like that's how, that's how we're being influenced. So we can go through spurts where we're investing in ourselves in a positive way. Or maybe we're even investing in ourselves in a negative way. And, yeah, Mischa Zvegintzov great way to say that, right? Like, how what, like, we're investing in ourselves. And I love that thank you for that we are investing in ourselves, no matter what, is it going to be positive or negative? What what what, what's my choice today in this moment? Yeah, beautiful. What a great way to think about that. You invest in your first coach, who's that? If you don't mind me asking? Pi Venus Well, well, my first coach that I invested in, well, actually, the first program I invested in, was a transformational leadership program, because I knew I knew that was the next step for me because I, I had figured out how to handle my triggers, I figured out how to manage my emotional well being and I'm like, okay, so And I'd had some practice and good, like, proof of concept, so to speak, like, it was evident that I was navigating my world in a better way. And I knew that I needed to be challenged even more. And so I enrolled in a leadership program, which really, like up leveled my personal growth and development like, like rocket, huge, huge and talk about Breaking Through Barriers and limiting beliefs and stories and really, really stepping into my authentic self. Yeah, that that was transformational. And then, you know, I then so I, that's when I started, you know, then I hired a business coach, and you know, and then I started on my way and my goal when I started was I want to, I want to make $10,000 a month. have, like, that's my first big, big goal for my business. But my mission is that I'm helping people change their lives, that they are getting evidence in their lives, that they're doing the same for themselves, managing their emotions, managing their triggers, setting boundaries, getting in touch with themselves, listening to their intuition, trusting themselves, opening their hearts, taking measured risks, and seeing evidence in their lives that they're moving in the direction they want to go. And, and that's happening for my clients. So not only do I know that, you know, from from the financial and accounting aspect that I'm, I'm, I'm successful, because I've reached, you know, my first big milestone, but also, my clients are reaching their milestones Mischa Zvegintzov of it. So we have, and you have a great testimonial here from Kim, who took your program, have a before and after. So it's awesome. You're you're impacting people's lives, you have some financial validation as well, which is amazing. Again, anybody go to full Venus rising.com, the link is in the, in the show notes, click on book a free call, get on the phone with pi, and you'll figure out is it a good fit? Can you help someone get from A to B and, and get breakthrough, some self limiting beliefs, like get a new vision for their life, new new ideas of success and, and self love. And it sounds like all this great stuff. And quick, I want to say as well, on the business side of things. Tell me we've got a three year journey, right? And we've got this arc of entrepreneurship. And what's like your number one, your number one point within your journey where you're like, I can't do this anymore. But then you have the breakthrough to the next level. Does that? Does that? Uh, tell me about that? Pi Venus Yeah, yeah, I would say that that was imposter syndrome. For me, that was, that was probably my biggest breakthrough, along with putting myself out to the world. So starting my journey, you know, like, I wrote my book that was putting my story out there, that was a big scary thing for me. And then, you know, building a website, and you know, and then like, you know, getting my message out to the world and the imposter syndrome, stuff that would come up, like, like, who's gonna want to listen to me? And, you know, and who am I to say that, you know, I'm, I'm here at this place right now, and that I can help other people and who am I to, you know, who am I to get on the phone with somebody and have a conversation, you know, like, figure out like, how I can help them. So the imposter syndrome. And here's, here's where coaching is so valuable, like if you're, if you're starting a business, like find a mentor that has a business who can kind of help you, like, navigate the waters, because I didn't know how to do that. And thank goodness, I hired an amazing coach. And she said to me, she's like, pi, you don't have to have all the answers. You don't have to have it all figured out. She's like, think about it this way. You're a third grader, to the first graders and second graders, you're like, God, like you've got it all. Like they want to learn from you. Yes, you know, and it's like, and next year, you'll be a fourth grader and the next year, you'll be a fifth grader. But right now, you're okay, where you're at right now, you know, enough right now, to help the people who were who were just a little bit behind you. And when she sent that to me, and I thought about that, I'm like, Yeah, I could I could help people where I was a year ago. I know what that's like, I'm still very connected to that. And, you know, I can share with them what I learned and what worked for me and and so that helped me that helped me to get over that. Mischa Zvegintzov Of that. Thank you for that. Your what's your favorite way right now that you you're putting yourself out there or generating leads? I hate to use that term or finding our people that wants your help finding you. Or how are you doing that? What's your favorite way to do that right now? Pi Venus Well, I had been doing. I had been doing my own interview series, and I did three of them. And it was called trusting after trauma, a trusting after trauma online Summit Series, so and I've interviewed over 70 experts on narcissistic abuse and, you know, through collaboration with other people, we all, you know, grew grew our leads and our list together. This year, I'm focused on being featured on 100 podcasts, because I really believe that there's an element of what I do that can apply to so many different areas, it can apply to business, it can apply to personal relationships, it can, it can apply to your own personal journey. Like there's, there's so much of my journey that's interwoven and touches so many other parts of my life. That that there was value there to share. And and if I'm, if I'm speaking to you right now, like, like, I've done what I came to do, like if I even if I just reach one person on your podcast, Nisha, it's like, you know, like, let's have a conversation about where you're at in your life and your journey, what it is that you really want. And, you know, there was a way that I can help you get there. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah. That's good. Did you email me a one sheet? Do you have a one sheet? I do? I was like, Oh my God, you emailed me a one sheet. being selfish. And I was like, I know, he emailed me something. Anyway. I apologize. Bad hosting. Oh, my gosh, I alright, I had another question for you, thank you for for that. Do you as you're thinking of putting yourself out there onto podcasts, any doubt of like what I'm going to say? Or you're like, let's just throw caution to the wind, or you have that one sheet, which is awesome. I remember seeing it now that was actually very topical. And I'm like, Man, I wish that I had that in front of me. Go ahead and answer that question. Pi Venus Um, so I mean, I I'm happy, you know, I'm happy with going with this specific topic, if that's what people want, you know, want to talk about, but I'm, I'm open that just having conversations with people I really, you know, like, for me, especially now where I'm at, in my entrepreneurial journey, for me, it's not about it's not so much about all of the ways to do business. For me, right now. I'm really feeling that it's about connecting, it's about connecting on a human level, from a heart from a heart centered place. So I'm, I'm open to, to this conversation with you right now you asking me about my journey about narcissism, about my business? I just appreciate the opportunity to connect with you and and then to share. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah, thank you for that. I know we've we're on a on a time deadline here. So is there something that you were hoping to say or hoping to be asked or a message that you wanted to convey that we didn't cover? Pi Venus Like, yeah, I'm just yeah, just what just came to mind and thinking about your, your audience in the in the people that, that you're, you're out in the world speaking to, if you if you want to start your own business, if you want to be an entrepreneur, if you want to have your own business, if you want to be in charge of, you know, your your life and you know your income and, and get your message and your purpose out to the world. I would say don't, don't let, don't let the lies of the past than what people have told you in the past stop you from following your dreams. Because you can overcome those barriers. And maybe it means working, you know, working with somebody through those things, those obstacles, those challenges that you see as a pattern that keep coming up that keep you stuck, you can work through those and you can you can succeed and I'm living proof of that I never in a million years thought that I would be where I'm at today and it's through this journey of self actualization through entrepreneurialship that I've that I've come here, the work that I've done on myself personal work, but also you know, the journey of being an entrepreneur, which brings up all kinds of stuff that I get to work through and it's it's still bring As up stuff I'm still working through through things that come up. But I have support now I have a new community I have I have people I can reach out to I have connections. And I think, I think that also just probably just ties into like, you know what I was saying before about where I'm at in my business journey right now. I just I want to just connect with more people. Mischa Zvegintzov Yeah. I love that. And sort of let the universe I don't know if provides the right word, but just just like, Yeah, let's put ourselves out there and see the logical step and what connections are made and, and sort of that co creation? Yeah, Pi Venus yeah, trust trusting the process and, and trusting ourselves trusting your intuition. I'm, I'm leaning into trusting myself a whole lot more this year, which is, you know, like, I have not been doing it a whole like a long time. So it's like, it's like, okay, this is my next growth spurt is really leaning in trusting myself. If my, if my inner guidance is saying connection, connection, not busy, busy doing checking off boxes, then that's what it's time to do. Mischa Zvegintzov I love that. Thank you for that. Pi Venus You're welcome. Thank you. Thank you for this beautiful interview. Mischa Zvegintzov Yes, indeed. Hi. Thank you so much for coming. I'm going to do a quick reminder to everybody, full Venus rising.com. You can book a free consultation with PI, to see if you're a good fit for her because she knows how to tell if you are ready to be helped. Yes, yes. Pi Venus Yeah. Well, and it's an opportunity for you to get to know more me if I'm a good fit for you. Right. And, and you can also download a free digital copy of my book. If you want to read my book, you can do it absolutely free just by signing up on the website. Mischa Zvegintzov Fantastic. And let's end there. I know you got to go. We're gonna say goodbye offline. And, and thank you for jumping on the show. Pi Venus Thank you, Michelle. It's been a pleasure.
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Virtually all of America's top universities discriminate against Asian-Americans, holding them to higher standards for admission than others. At the same time, they hold Hispanic Americans, aka “brown people,” to a lower standard. Why? Kenny Xu is the author of, “An Inconvenient Minority: The Attack on Asian American Excellence and the Fight for Meritocracy.” He is also the President of Color Us United, an organization created to speak out against those who want to divide America. He goes inside America's universities to expose the insidious and racist discrimination going on and says it is time for the U.S. Supreme Court to put a stop to it.Support Hidden Truth Show by going to https://www.patreon.com/HiddenTruthShow and pledging just $5/month and receive access to Jim and special content and a Hidden Truth cap!Website: http://www.hiddentruthshow.comFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/hiddentruthshowInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/hiddentruthshow
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Virtually every one of the news organizations paid by HHS, including ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and the New York Post, covered stories about the vaccines and did not disclose they had accepted taxpayer dollars to support the vaccine effort...
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Join us for our first live episode in a while! Our first episode in a while period lol (our bad!). We filmed a live episode for UCSB's virtual conference: Social Justice Conference (SJCON). We talked about how politics have changed amidst the ever present virus, how communities should organize to deal with abusers, and the obstacles to being leftist Latinx podcasters.
In this hour: - Knife Rights' Doug Ritter discusses positive legislative movements in different states regarding the right to carry a knife - Tom takes his old 5mm Remington Magnum Rimfire hunting - Constitutional Carry comes to Indiana -- the 24th state Tom Gresham's Gun Talk 03.27.22 Hour 1
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy gives an impassioned address to the U.S. Congress, begging for more substantive military protection. The Federal Reserve raises interest rates. And an earthquake hits near Fukushima, Japan.