Does a new team sit at #1? Did Rogers trash talk pay off this week? Join Daniel, Nathan and Ryan to find out the outcome to last weeks matchups and our takes from this coming weeks matchups! CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW VIDEO PODCAST HERE! Follow Wasted Local Talent on Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Website Don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date!
In a wide-ranging and freewheeling episode, Parker and Grant both recap the Texas Tech game and preview Oklahoma. Topics include --Wasted opportunities in Lubbock -An aside on the lack of identity for TCU --Weaknesses in the OU defense --The horrors that the Sooner offense can inflict on the TCU defense --The best song about Oklahoma -Big 12 previews Follow Parker at @statsowar and Grant @grantmcgalliard. Like, subscribe, rate and review. And, as always -- and even in the face of a likely multi-touchdown blowout -- go Frogs.
I once tried chasing perfection and it did not go very well. In this Tale, I share how I wasted 5000 hours achieving perfection and why you shouldn't so that while laughing at my foolish mistakes you can understand what people who chase perfectionism go through.
These actors deserved so much more than they got... Gareth Morgan presents 10 Actors Who Were Criminally Wasted In Famous Movies... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Australia's JobKeeper program was designed by Treasury officials at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The aim was to keep workers connected to their jobs by handing employers a $1500 per fortnight subsidy to cover their wage bills. Any firm which had reasonable grounds to suspect their turnover would fall by at least 30 per cent was eligible to get the money. For some, however, that did not happen. Figures released by Treasury this week have revealed the exact amount of money handed to businesses who did not suffer a decline in their turnover as large as 30 per cent, and indeed, to business who actually increased their turnover during that time. Today on Please Explain, economics correspondent Shane Wright joins Jess Irvine to discuss whether JobKeeper money wasted. Subscribe to The Age & SMH: https://subscribe.smh.com.au/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is there still an undefeated team in the WLFF League? Who has the longest neck in the NFL? All this and more on this weeks episode! CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW VIDEO PODCAST HERE! Follow Wasted Local Talent on Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Website Don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date!
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https://www.jamesmillerlifeology.com/feed/ Grammy-award-songwriter, shares what inspires him as he wrote his latest album What Love Makes Us do. Welch-Words.com #denniswelch #grammywinner #songwriter #countrymusic #purpose #mindset #writer #hope #gallup #publicist #publicity #music #jamesmillerlifeology, #faith #divineappointmnets #composer #composition #joy #positivevibes #focused #determination The post Nothing In Your Life is Wasted | Dennis Welch appeared first on James Miller | LIFEOLOGY®.
Ross Perot built two powerhouse companies and changed the way politicians communicate with their constituents. Perot was an Eagle Scout who went on to join the US Naval Academy in 1949, and served in the Navy until the late 1950s. He then joined the IBM sales organization and one year ended up meeting his quota in the second week of the year. He had all kinds of ideas for new things to do and sell, but no one was interested. So he left and formed a new company called Electronic Data Systems, or EDS, in 1962. You see, these IBM mainframes weren't being used for time sharing so most of the time they were just sitting idle. So he could sell the unused time from one company to another. Perot learned from the best. As with IBM he maintained a strict dress code. Suits, no facial hair, and a high and tight crew cut as you'd find him still sporting years after his Navy days. And over time they figured out many of these companies didn't have anyone capable of running these machines in the first place, so they could also step in and become a technology outsourcer, doing maintenance and servicing machines. Not only that, but they were perfectly situated to help process all the data from the new Medicare and Medicaid programs that were just starting up. States had a lot of new paperwork to process and that meant computers. He hired Morton Meyerson out at Bell Helicopter in 1966, who would become the president and effectively created the outsourcing concept in computing. Meyerson would become the president of EDS before leaving to take a series of executive roles at other organizations, including the CTO at General Motors in the 1980s before retiring. EDS went public in 1968. He'd taken $1,000 in seed money from his wife Margot to start the company, and his stake was now worth $350 million, which would rise sharply in the ensuing years as the company grew. By the 1970s they were practically printing cash. They were the biggest insurance data provider and added credit unions then financial markets and were perfectly positioned to help build the data networks that ATMs and point of sale systems would use. By the start of 1980 they were sitting on a quarter billion dollars in revenues and 8,000 employees. They continued to expand into new industries with more transactional needs, adding airlines and travel. He sold in 1984 to General Motors for $2.5 billion and Perot got $700 million personally. Meyerson stayed on to run the company and by 1990 their revenues topped $5 billion and neared 50,000 employees. Perot just couldn't be done in business. He was good at it. So in 1988 he started another firm, Perot Systems. The company grew quickly. Perot knew how to sell, how to build sales teams, and how to listen to customers and build services products they wanted. Perot again looked for an effective leader and tapped Meyerson yet again, who became the CEO of Perot Systems from 1992 to 1998. Perot's son Ross Jr took over the company. In 2008, EDS and their 170,000 employees was sold to Hewlett-Packard for $13.9 billion and in 2009 Perot Systems was sold to Dell for $3.9 billion. Keep in mind that Morton Meyerson was a mentor to Michael Dell. When they were sold, Perot Systems had 23,000 employees and $2.8 billion in revenues. That's roughly a 1.4x multiple of revenues, which isn't as good as the roughly 2x multiple Perot got off EDS - but none too shabby given that by then multiples were down for outsourcers. Based on his work and that of others, they'd built two companies worth nearly $20 billion - before 2010, employing nearly 200,000 people. Along the way, Perot had some interesting impacts other than just building so many jobs for so many humans. He passed on an opportunity to invest in this little company called Microsoft. So when Steve Jobs left Apple and looked for investors he jumped on board, pumping $20 million into NeXT Computer, and getting a nice exit when the company went to Apple for nearly half a billion. Perot was philanthropic. He helped a lot of people coming home from various armed services in his lifetime. He was good to those he loved. He gave $10 million to have his friend Morton Meyerson's name put on the Dallas Symphony Orchestra's Symphony Center. And he was interested in no BS politics. Yet politics had been increasingly polarized since Nixon. So Perot also ran for president of the US in 1992, against George Bush and Bill Clinton. He didn't win but he flooded the airwaves with common sense arguments about government inefficiency and a declining market for doing business. He showed computer graphics with all the charts and graphs you can imagine. And while he didn't get even one vote in the electoral college did manage to get 19 percent of the vote. His message was one of populism. Take the country back, stop deficit spending just like he ran his companies, and that persists with various wings of especially the Republican Party to this day. Especially in Perot's home state of Texas. He didn't win, but he effectively helped define the Contract with America that that Newt Gingrich and the 90s era of oversized suit jacket Republicans used to as a strategy. He argued for things to help the common people - not politicians. Ironically, those that took much of his content actually did just the opposite, slowed down the political machine by polarizing the public. And allowed deficit spending to increase on their watch. He ran again in 1996 but this time got far less votes and didn't end up running for office again. He had a similar impact on IBM. Around 30 years after leaving the company, his success in services was one of the many inspirations for IBM pivoting into services as well. By then the services industry was big enough for plenty of companies to thrive and while sales could be competitive they all did well as personal computing put devices on desks across the world and those devices needed support. Perot died in 2019, one of the couple hundred richest people in the US. Navy Lieutenant. Founder. Philanthropist. Texan. Father. Husband. His impact on the technology industry was primarily around seeing waste. Wasted computing time. Wasted staffing where more efficient outsourcing paradigms were possible. He inspired massive shifts in the industry that persist to this day.
Only one team stands undefeated. Is it Michael or is it Daniel? Tune in to hear who plummeted into last place... CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW VIDEO PODCAST HERE! Follow Wasted Local Talent on Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Website Don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date!
For YEARS, her best friend's husband has tried to make a move on her. She's told her best friend about his advances, but she doesn't believe her. The last star was when he showed up at her house WASTED, insisting he talk to her.She was terrified, so she ordered a restraining order against him. Her best friend is PISSED and wants her to drop it. And now she feels guilty. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.
Loper had a dead battery this morning that almost ruined the show. UFC Fighters, Matt Brown and AJ Dobson, join us in the studio. R. Kelly was found guilty and will spend a long time in prison. Randi tells the tale of Loper and the special milkshake in Jamaica. Demi Lovato claims to have had a close encounter in Joshua Tree. Plus, Brian Laundrie, John Hinckley, Netflix, Treadmill Trivia and more!
Do your employees feel like they're a means to an end? I think a lot of team members don't realize—or believe—that we care about them. Some feel that when you hold them accountable to hit their numbers that data is all you care about. But that isn't always the case. At the end of the day, we're all business leaders who need an efficient working environment. So where do we find a balance between data, accountability, and caring for our team members? How do we drive profitability without driving our employees away? Listen to this episode of Making Chips for the full discussion! Segments [0:40] Check out ProShop ERP for more information on manufacturing software! [3:24] Hold your employees to metrics they can control [7:33] Manufacturing News: A Generation of American Men Give Up on College [16:55] Learn about Amper Technologies machine monitoring systems [17:39] Avoid measuring data that is not helpful to the employee [37:33] Accelerate your digital transformation with Xometry Hold your employees to metrics they can control I've seen a trend where everything is about data. Everyone wants to harvest data. But can you take it a step too far? Can there be an imbalance in the data? On a recent episode of Russell Brand's podcast, he talked about how Amazon's delivery people have an app they have to use. The app tracks every move they make and everything they do when they deliver packages. But it appears that Amazon is tracking metrics that are outside of the control of the employee and using those metrics to evaluate them. We believe when you hold people accountable with metrics it should be something that's within their control. But Amazon has taken it so far that people are being fired when they don't meet the metrics of the algorithm Amazon has in place for delivery drivers. When Russell Brand described this, he pointed out that Amazon was treating their employees like zombies living in an algorithm—disposable cattle. The data doesn't always show the full picture Nick had a conversation with leaders at AME and Hennig about compensation for their salespeople. Commissions are results-based compensation and the result is why you work. But there are other activities salespeople do that add value. They do activities to achieve an objective to create a result. So his company talked about activity-based objectives they could compensate their salespeople for. They decided compensation should be a mix. Salespeople are driven by increasing their compensation. So they tend to focus on what would compensate them the most. But if your company wants them to focus on other activities not directly tied to making a sale, you might have to compensate them. You have to match the compensation with the desired behavior. Situations when data-tracking is necessary I just took off the month of August and ZENGERS had a record month of sales while I was gone. I'm not trying to micromanage my team. They have an overall objective—sales and profitability. My goal is to train them on the right things to do to achieve that goal. I'm not saying they need to make a certain amount of calls a day or track every detail. I give them an overall mission to achieve but I don't track their every movement. I feel like asking your team to track everything they do is the kiss of death. But is that true for every business? For Jim, due to Carr Machine & Tools AS9100 certification, they are mandated to document all of the results from their machining process. He runs a data-driven and oriented business where he has to measure, record, validate, time-track against jobs, and more. And of course, each individual on my team has those types of quality measurements that they have to hit. We record data that contributes to useful management of your team. But I don't want my team to record data that's pointless. Nick's brother always says that any data that you record and isn't used to make an improvement is wasted money. Wasted information is wasted action. The bottom line is that everyone needs to take a step back and think about this. Are the right activities being tracked? Are you gathering useful data, or just wasting time? You need to collect the right data that helps you drive profitability for your company. Listen to the whole episode for the full conversation. BAM! – Jason Resources mentioned on this episode Get The Boring Bar Newsletter - Text CHIPS to 38470 to subscribe! A Generation of American Men Give Up on College Connect With MakingChips www.MakingChips.com On Facebook On LinkedIn On Instagram On Twitter On YouTube
What could these mystery flavors be? Games we played this week include: Kena: Bridge of Spirits (19:10) Flynn: Son of Crimson (23:55) Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls (26:20) Zen Pinball (31:00) Skatebird (34:00) Wasted (40:05) Deltarune (44:40) Croc (48:50) --- News things talked about in this episode: Bugsnax / Octodad developer moves all staff to four day work week (49:20) https://www.axios.com/bugsnax-developer-four-day-workweeks-9dbea139-cda0-4c93-83ca-d921e3eecd7b.html Judgment delivered in Epic v Apple suit (51:20) https://www.theverge.com/platform/amp/2021/9/10/22662320/epic-apple-ruling-injunction-judge-court-app-store https://twitter.com/stephentotilo/status/1437129077111074824 Twitch brings suit against hate raid coordinators despite knowing little about them (53:10) https://kotaku.com/twitch-sues-hate-raid-organizers-1847653161 Former Tripwire CEO does swift rebrand after resigning in disgrace (58:00) https://twitter.com/Gameonysus/status/1436805531633475584 Konami wants you to preorder a lootbox for £33 (1:02:00) https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2021-09-16-konami-selling-a-gbp33-efootball-premium-player-pack-you-cant-use-until-november Bobby Kotick subpoenaed as part of SEC investigation into ActiBlizz (1:03:25) https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2021-09-21-activision-boss-bobby-kotick-subpoenaed-as-multiple-agencies-seek-truth-on-harassment-allegations --- Buy official Jimquisition merchandise from the Jimporium at thejimporium.com Find Laura at LauraKBuzz on Twitter, Twitch, YouTube, and Patreon. All her content goes on LauraKBuzz.com, and you can catch Access-Ability on YouTube every Friday. Follow Conrad at ConradZimmerman on Twitter and check out his Patreon (patreon.com/fistshark). You can also peruse his anti-capitalist propaganda at pinfultruth.com.
Only two undefeated teams are left in the league, is it Roger? Is it Josh? Tune in to find out who won in week 2! CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW VIDEO PODCAST HERE! Follow Wasted Local Talent on Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Website Don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date!
Episode Jason Pierre-Paul. Week 2 of the NFL season has passed us, but we break it down. Zach Wilson, QB injuries, the Vikings vs Wasted Takes rivalry, and our Twitter (@WastedTakes) are hot topic. As the boys change up the episode format, the Wasted-ness stays the same. Let's Get Wasted!
Welcome back Fireside Faithful! The Confidential Crusader (Maurer) is still out doing nonspecific anti-crime/crime-related activities… so Mendte, Mashko, and Baby Huey have swooped in with those comic-related current events! From Swamp Things Green Hell, to Captain Krakoa, and Sabertooth, to the Emmy's, Hit Monkey, and Venom 2 leaks. We have a lot to catch you up on, and we need to do so before the Confidential Crusader hits us “BAM” with an NDA. Welcome to Fireside.
Are you in a difficult season waiting for what's next? Sometimes we don't know why we're in a season of waiting. But God uses waiting seasons to develop us. Pastor JC talks about how the example of Ruth teaches us that staying faithful in the waiting can work toward our benefit. ________ GIVE ONLINE: https://mygochurch.com/give TAKE YOUR NEXT STEP: https://www.mygochurch.com/next-steps/
We can gain a lot from the necessary and sometimes unpleasant or tedious things in life -- that is if we learn to accept them and acknowledge their yet unseen purpose. In this episode, you'll hear a couple of examples and learn how you can use this idea to move through the tedious stuff of life more gracefully.
¡Saludos, gente! En otra edición short and sweet de La Ñapa de Cinema Blob, nos sentamos a hablar sobre historias tras las cámaras involucrando alucinogenos(y otras sustancias controladas), aparte de discutir por encima el concepto de películas malas y buenas, entre otras cosas. No olviden seguirnos por nuestras redes, para ver un poco más sobre algunos de nuestros picks y dejarnos reseñas, al igual que sus recomendaciones y requests personales. *P.D. contiene light spoilers* •FB: facebook.com/cinemablob •Insta: instagram.com/cinemablob •Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Week one is in the books! Did Roger come out on top? If he did, it's the first time he's been on top of anything. CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW VIDEO PODCAST HERE! Follow Wasted Local Talent on Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Website Don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date!
One of the most engaging interview subjects I've ever had is probably futurist Byron Reese a few years back, when I was writing for Inc.com, and it's great to have the excuse to speak with him again. A successful tech entrepreneur, speaker, author, and inventor with 2 NASDAQ IPO's, Byron's newest book Wasted launched this past June from Random House, and it was one of my favorites of this past summer. Along with his co-author , Scott Hoffman, Byron interprets waste in a very broad way, looking at the subject through the lens of how we waste natural resources, time, money, and even human potential. As always, we welcome your feedback. Please make sure to subscribe, rate, and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play - and make sure to follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn!
In episode 989, Jack and Miles are joined by the host of Ridiculous History and Stuff They Don't Want You To Know podcasts Ben Bowlin to discuss Rudy Giuliani being a drunk mess, the California recall having voter fraud claims before the results are in, Facebook playing favorites, threats of Trump nuking China after the election, and more! FOOTNOTES: California Recall Voter Fraud Facebook Playing Favorites Generals Assuring China Trump Was Not Going To Nuke Them Rudy was fuckin BLASTED on 9/11 LISTEN: Spencer - No Direction Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
We watch "Hell Bent" (Series 9, Episode 12) where the Doctor, now freed from his confession dial after billions of years, chooses to forgive his fellow Time Lords for their part in Clara's death... psych! Instead he choo-choo-chooses to go all out War Doctor Redux against Gallifrey! Whilst the Doctor's Revengering is occurring, he gives the General a total makeover, he brings back Clara as the unliving dead, plus tests Ashildr's recall at the End-Of-The-Universe. Not to be confused with the Restaurant At The End Of The Universe. Try the beef. He'll tell you he's delicious...
We were very fortunate to have Chet Wasted on the podcast to talk about his new album, "Raspberry". Enjoy! Chet Wasted Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/chetwasted Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chetwasted/ Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/chet-wasted/1580614762 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3PMMTHpPu9JAfkqJ64dDA0 Bandcamp: https://countyourluckystars.bandcamp.com/album/raspberry Good Noise Podcast Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/good_noise_cast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodnoisepodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goodnoisepod Discord: https://discord.gg/nDAQKwT YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFHKPdUxxe1MaGNWoFtjoJA Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/04IMtdIrCIvbIr7g6ttZHi All other streaming platforms: http://hyperurl.co/GoodNoisePodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/goodnoisepodcast Bandcamp: https://goodnoiserecords.bandcamp.com/
In this episode of Talk Tantra to Me, Leola addresses the abundant and regenerative nature of life-force energy. She challenges the belief that this energy is finite, therefore can be depleted. Yet, she shares how to maximize sexual energy using intention. Tantra teaches us to find our highest truth and create a lifestyle (including sexual habits) that are in alignment with that truth. In this way, there is no right or wrong way to use this energy, but ideally life-force is channeled to into opportunities that offer soul expansion.Find and follow Leola...www.talktantratome.comIG: @talktantratomeTwitter: @talktantratome
Odyssey is back! In front of a fully vaccinated crowd in Roscoe's backyard, we gathered in person for the first time in almost two years for drinks, a pool party, and most importantly, local storytelling! Appropriately, the theme was "Wasted," and we had four incredible storytellers, including: Jonathan Grinder Mary Jo Pollack Molly McCloy Roscoe Mutz Two spontaneous storytellers, who normally don't make the final podcast, but we're celebrating, dammit We're incredibly excited to share that we have officially launched our Patreon site! As you know, we have not charged for shows the entire pandemic, and as I'm sure you can imagine, that has taken it's toll. As a nonprofit we rely on proceeds from the shows to stay financially sustainable. If you love Odyssey as much as I know you do, please purchase a membership to our shows and help Odyssey reach it's goal of financial stability. Simply go to https://www.patreon.com/odysseystorytelling. The Wasted show was recorded on August 21st, 2021, and was curated by Roscoe Mutz. For more information on Odyssey Storytelling, please visit www.odysseystorytelling.com
Football is back until February and that means the trash talking grind of fantasy football is back! CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW VIDEO PODCAST HERE! Follow Wasted Local Talent on Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Website Don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date!
After a long year of waiting to find out who won last years league, it is finally here. We promise you won't be disappointed in who won! CHECK OUT OUR BRAND NEW VIDEO PODCAST HERE! Follow Wasted Local Talent on Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Website Don't forget to subscribe to stay up to date!
Five Wasted Emotions That Are Ruining Your Life This week's episode is all about getting us back to a place of love and respect. I was going to give you FIVE emotions that are ruining and wasting your life, but that didn't happen. When I got deep into the first three, they were so powerful I felt like adding the last two would have diluted the message. If you're discontent with the way things are right now, then this episode is perfect for you. Listen, Like, and Share so that we can all begin to heal and get back to the Thriving awesomeness of the life we desire to live. ❤️ ~ Jay If you'd like to join my FREE Facebook group, where we dive into strategies and tools needed for a successful life, I'd LOVE to have you. It's called the Wellness Lab, and it's filled with amazing people just like you. Click here to join for FREE: Wellness Lab: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wellnesslablaunchpad Thrive Forever Fit: https://www.thriveforeverfit.com/
An NBC investigation into Covid-19 vaccine wastage in the US, finds that since March about 15 millions doses have been thrown out - that's more than some developing nations have been able to administer. This has also become an issue in developed nations who are well into their vaccination campaigns, it's estimated between 1 and 4 per cent of COVID-19 vaccines are wasted. Center for Global Development expert on health-care supply chains Prashant Yadav spoke to Corin Dann.
Isaiah 15-16 Sermon Notes:1) God's Enemies Will One Day Be Weeping, Wailing, and Wasted, 15:1-9; 16:6-14 2) God's People Shall Be a Shelter for the Sojourner, 16:1-4a 3) God's King Shall Reign in Steadfast Love and Faithfulness, 16:4b-5 Reflection questions:1. “Consider how Jerusalem is supposed to treat the refugees (16:1-5). Are there any implications here for the way the Church treats unbelievers who seek mercy? If so, what are they?” (LifeChange, Isaiah, 205.)2. Read Galatians 6:9-10. Who does v.10 say should be the recipients of our “doing good”? What does it say about when we should do good? 3. Read 2 Samuel 23:3-5. Is David talking about his own reign over Israel? Or someone else's? Also consider 2 Samuel 7:12-16 and 2 Sam 8:15.
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Beat Migs. A new survey says the average person wastes over $70,000 in their lifetime on disappointing online purchases. Luke warm topic See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today we welcome back to the podcast, Dr. Paul Burns, to talk about how to navigate and avoid burnout.Paul Burns is the founder of Soul Metrics and the creator of the GPS Spiritual Inventory©. He trains and coaches Christian leaders all over the world in his theory and practices of spiritual health. He is an ordained Presbyterian minister with an MDiv. from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and received his Doctor of Ministry at Western Seminary in Portland, OR. He served as a full-time pastor for 12 years in Tennessee and Texas and has been coaching ministry leaders since 2009. His books include Prayer Encounters: Changing the World One Prayer at a Time and The Sabbath Challenge: Learning to Rest in a World That Never Sleeps. He resides in the Dallas area with his wife and two children. Learn more about Paul's work by going to www.soul-metrics.comCheck out the podcast at www.reimaginecast.com
Angel and Gazza were on the struggle bus as they fought through symptoms from the Covid Vax. In the meantime, they found questions to answer from their listeners and added in a bit of rambling. It's genuinely a good time!The Forgiven (New Audio Drama)The Forgiven is an audio drama retelling Bible Scandals in a more modern setting focusing on forgiveness in a cancel culture. Join us everyday of the week starting TODAY, to hear the audio drama plus bonus episodes including:Personal Forgiveness Stories Gospel MusicBible Narrationand more!https://linktr.ee/TheforgivenSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/TheMermaidandTheLion)
(00:00-9:06): Why is 2021 the year of the “Great Resignation?” Brian and Aubrey talked about this and discussed the following articles: “The ‘Great Resignation' is likely to continue, as 55% of Americans anticipate looking for a new job” “The No. 1 reason people want to change careers is better work-life balance. How to make the switch” (9:06-26:00): Morgan Lee, Christianity Today's Global Media Manager and the Host of the Quick to Listen podcast, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about her article, “Was Afghanistan Worthwhile or Wasted? Christians Lament, Pray, and Learn as Taliban Retakes Control” and the Quick to Listen podcast episode, “‘My Heart Is Broken': An Afghan Pastor Grapples with the US Withdrawal.” Check out Morgan's articles and her podcast at christianitytoday.com and connect with her on Twitter at @Mepaynl (26:00-34:35): Brian and Aubrey talked about the important role music plays in worship. They also commented on Daniel Silliman's Christianity Today article, “1 out of 3 New Guitars Are Purchased for Worship Music.” (34:35-43:38): Can someone be a spiritual leader without believing in God? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and discussed Amanda Casanova's ChristianHeadlines.com article, “Harvard University Elects Atheist as New Chief Chaplain.” (43:38-52:43): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on Blake Chastain's Religion News Service article, “Evangelicals: You're still not really listening to what exvangelicals are saying.” (52:43-1:01:17):How does God use our weakness for His glory? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and unpacked Scott Sauls' blog post, “Tired? Damaged? Regrets? God Wants to Recruit You.” (1:01:17-1:10:11): Brian and Aubrey talked about friendship and discussed Bronwyn Lea's Propel Women article, “One Question to Take Your Friendships to the Next Level.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lizzy Pace from the Game of Roses podcast joins Richelle to talk about the third week of Bachelor in Paradise! But first, they discuss Matt James on Dancing with the Stars and Michelle's Bachelor promo vid. Then they dissect the mysterious Tahz exit, which relationships are real vs fake, and Becca's entrance on the beach. Would you spend your time on the beach running your hands down the washboard abs?? Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Pre-order Lizzy's book Listen to Game of Roses
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Bad news abounds for Iranian and US returns to JCPOA compliance. Aaron and Jeffrey talk through the frustration around breakout time requirements, the timidity of the Biden administration, and the shortfalls of the wait-and-see approach. Links of Note: The Economist article on OSINT, including Arms Control Wonk and the Slack channel, which is filled with only the most brilliant and beautiful of people, whom all listeners should aspire to emulate: https://www.economist.com/briefing/2021/08/07/open-source-intelligence-challenges-state-monopolies-on-information Support us over at Patreon.com/acwpodcast!
Please Subscribe, Share, Rate, and Review! In this episode, I talk about why you should invest the time in taking care of yourself. To reach me, email Senseileonelli@gmail.com, or find me on Twitter or Instagram @sensei_leonelli Find my school online at www.tsksmithtown.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TigerSchulmannsSmithtown on Instagram and Twitter @tsmma_smithtown Follow the podcast on Instagram @tssmithtownpodcast