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Author Pam Webber returns to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss LIFE DUST

"Conversations LIVE!" with Cyrus Webb

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 25:00


Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back author Pam Webber to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her new book LIFE DUST---and what it means to her to introduce these characters to the world. 

writing class radio
141: Where Does Your Mind Go When You're Given a Writing Prompt?

writing class radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 22:52


Today on our show, we bring you a story by one of Allison's 7th grade students. She spent two months teaching English to 7th and 8th graders at a private school in Miami, and because she's her, she assigned personal essay after personal essay. She learned about their parents, what they eat for dinner, their nannies, grandparents, and favorite sport. They resisted getting personal, the same way Allison did when she started writing.Most people seem to struggle with writing about themselves, getting vulnerable, telling a story that might get them made fun of. But, not Webber. Webber is a kid who draws in class to stay focused. He pays attention and asks questions. When he speaks, his words matter. By the end of the first week of school, Allison had an inkling Webber was brilliant and unique. The Hispanic Heritage Month's Essay Contest was optional for the school but a graded class assignment for Allison's class. The students worked on the 500-word essay in class and those who weren't Hispanic were stumped. Allison told them to write about being stumped. On the day the essay was due, Webber handed in an incredibly mature and well-written essay. A week later, at the culmination of the week's Hispanic heritage celebration, Webber won the competition. Today, we bring you Webber's essay, completely written on his own. Allison did no editing. What's cool about this essay and many essays that are created from a writing prompt, is that Webber played the piano and let his mind wander. On this episode we talk about ways to relax our minds so we can write--either through being quiet, playing a sport, or using another art form. Webber is a 12-year-old student at Ransom Everglades Middle School in Coconut Grove, Florida. His story is called The Bossa Nova.Writing Class Radio is hosted and produced by Allison Langer, Andrea Askowitz, and Zorina Frey. Audio production by Matt Cundill, Evan Surminski, and Aidan Glassey at the Sound Off Media Company. Theme music by Justina Shandler.There's more writing class on our website www.writingclassradio.com including essays to study, editing resources, video classes, writing retreats, and live online classes. Join our writing community.Follow us on Patreon to join our First Draft weekly writers groups. You have the option to join me on Tuesdays 12-1 ET and Zorina Wednesdays 6-7pm ET. You'll write to a prompt and share what you wrote. If you're looking to take your writing to the next level, we have two Second Draft writing groups. Each week, three people bring a finished draft for feedback. Join the community that comes together for instruction, an excuse to write, and most importantly, the support from other writers. To learn more, go to www.Patreon.com/writingclassradio. Or email andrea@writingclassradio.com for a Zoom link. First session is FREE.A new episode will drop every other WEDNESDAY. There's no better way to understand ourselves and each other, than by writing and sharing our stories. Everyone has a story. What's yours?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
Weekend Recap, Southeastern Women's Soccer and Thomas Men's Soccer Make Statements, Keiser and St. Thomas Football Hold On To Win, and Much More!

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 60:00


On today's episode the boys start the episode off with a college football cold opening (0:00-7:10). Then, Reagan breaks down the weekend of women's soccer including how Southeastern and Keiser beat SCAD and how impressive the Fire looked vs the Bees. (7:11-16:10). Then, Josh recaps the weekend of Sun Conference football where Keiser and St. Thomas got tested but won. The boys also talk about how the St. Thomas vs Webber game is basically a playoff game. (16:11-36:15) Reagan recaps men's soccer where the Georgia teams got huge playoff implicated games. (35:16-46:45) and the boys finish up with a volleyball recap and Josh gets passionate ab drip in sports (46:46-1:00:00)

Founder Views
Callum Webber: Hacks to Maintain High Energy Throughout Your Day

Founder Views

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 41:43


I met Callum Webber on a mentor call on Growth Mentor (I'm a mentor on the platform, link is below for more details).On our call, we spoke about several business topics, including a program he is building out that helps men in their 20's live a freedom lifestyle, through health, wellness and productivity.For the last little while, I've been thinking more and more about ways to optimize my own self for maximize productivity and energy thought my days. So when I spoke to Callum, I thought I'd have him on the podcast to speak about this.Callum is one of those people with an amazing attitude, great energy, and a ton of passion in what he does, which is very inspiring.He provided some great practical tips about energy that anyone can implement in their lives right away. Some of which I will be trying as well.Check out Growth Mentor: https://www.growthmentor.com/?ref=kostaCallum's Podcast (Freedom Lifestyle): https://open.spotify.com/show/34iyUuLGk6Ms7uLLky1GMP?si=d4a566757e0543e0

Seller Sessions
Eight Brands, Eight Figures with Ben Webber

Seller Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 15:08


Benjamin has been selling on Amazon since 2015. He and his partners, 3 friends from college, have taken a business that started as retail arbitrage out of a house and turned it into an 8-figure private label business. He specialises in generating high conversions through listing optimisation, building teams both internally and internationally, along with outside-the-box thinking for product creation and working within the Amazon system.

ABCA Podcast
Matt Saliba, NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year, Webber International University

ABCA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 41:21


Next up on the ABCA Podcast is NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year, Matt Saliba. The Webber International University recruiting coordinator guided the Warriors program to a 43-22 record and their first appearance at the NAIA World Series. Saliba is a Florida native attending Winter Haven High School where he was Polk County Player of the Year his senior season, playing for his Father. Saliba attended Daytona State College for two seasons, Valdosta State for a year and transferred back home to Webber for his senior season. Saliba led Webber to their first regional bid in school history and was named ABCA/Rawlings NAIA gold glove second baseman his senior season. After his playing career, former Webber head coach and current AD, Brad Niethammer, asked Saliba to join his staff as student-assistant. Saliba has worked his way up and now wears many hats as recruiting coordinator & head JV coach. The ABCA Podcast is presented by Netting Pros. Netting Professionals are improving programs one facility at a time, specializing in the design, fabrication and installation of custom netting for backstops, batting cages, dugouts, bp screens and ball carts. They also design and install digital graphic wall padding windscreen, turf, turf protectors, dugout benches, dugout cubbies and more.

The Garden Culture Podcast with Bailey Van Tassel
Author Heather Webber on How Nature Inspires Her Writing & Flower Meanings

The Garden Culture Podcast with Bailey Van Tassel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 45:42


Heather Webber is a fiction author with over 30 titles to her name. She writes mystery, romance, and magical realism, weaving nature and folklore into all her stories. In this conversation, Heather talks about her stand-alone novels which involve a lot of herbalism, flowers, and plant magic, yet in a very real way. We chat about her writing, and how she got started with three kids under the age of six, writing during naptime.  Heather is such a sweet voice and creates such great work for us.  I'll even be sending out a copy of each of my favorites of hers to three of you who leave a review!    For more information on Heather visit: www.heatherwebber.com  To read her latest novel, In the Middle of Hickery Lane visit: https://amzn.to/3D1gz8z   To check out the Broth Academy, visit the link below. It is a GAME CHANGER for your health and beyond worth it. https://www.familieswhocook.com/a/2147522728/ZTKcaC8U Also, use my code for $100 off! YEP, you heard that right! BROTHACADEMY100   To get more info on Bailey: www.baileyvantassel.com for all her blogs, and recipes, and to listen to the pod.   

Above 180.com Bowling Podcast
Storm Collegiate Spotlight Podcast: Del Warren

Above 180.com Bowling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 50:56


This week we chat with Webber International University Director of Bowling & Head Coach of the Men's Team Del Warren. Warren talks about his time at Webber and what he would tell a younger Del, along with his teams' preparation for their first event this weekend.

Leadership and Business
185 Dan Webber - How Are You Innovating?

Leadership and Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 20:41


Whatever business or field you're in, standing still is not an option. That's why so many are placing an emphasis on innovation. With that in mind, Tribe Innovation, at the William & Mary School of Business recently hosted Innovation At Work, a panel featuring professionals  who spoke about innovation and the role it plays in their respective organizations and sectors. One of the panelists joined us afterwards: Dan Webber is with Edelman, the global communication firm that works with businesses and organizations to promote and protect their brands and reputations. Webber is President of Edelman's Washington DC office. He says in his work, innovation is about a long-term trajectory for success. He joins us to share how he and the Edelman organization view and implement innovation.  Learn how the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William and Mary can help you and your organization develop your top talent through customized executive education and professional development programs. Visit us at www.wmleadership.com. Thank you for listening.

Scalpels and Tequila. A Grey's Anatomy Podcast

A fire, a vomit and a plastic surgeon walk into a hospital?No, its not the start of a joke, its just the start of Greys Anatomy Season 3, ep 4.Meredith is high as a kite, Issy meets Denny Sr, Webber gives Derek some terrible advice and a beautiful friendship begins. Contact us at scalpelsandtequila@gmail.comInstagram  @scalpelsandtequilapodcast@missthayes and @ms_ayla_azurexTamzen  and Ayla Hosted by Tamzen Hayes and Ayla AzureThis podcast is recorded on stolen land of the Wurundjeri people. We also acknowledge that medical practices of the traditional owners of these lands were developed and used way before the  medical practices discussed in this show, they are also continued to be used today. Greys Anatomy CreditsCreated by Shonda RhimesStarring Ellen Pompeo - Meredith GreySandra Oh - Christina YangT. R. Knight - George O'MalleyJustin Chambers - Alex KarevKatherine Heigl - Izzie StevensChandra Wilson - Miranda BaileyJames Pickens Jr - Richard WebberPatrick Dempsy - Derek ( McDreamy ) ShepardIziah Washington - Preston BurkeKate Walsh - Addison Shepard

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
SEU Goalkeeper Carlos Curado, Best Rivalries In The Sun, and Weekend Preview

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 60:13


On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh start the episode with what are a couple of the best rivalries in the Sun Conference. Josh's statement on the Southeastern vs Webber rivalries gains more weight as the Warriors and #9 Fire women's soccer teams draw 0-0 in a very physical match. Reagan dives why St. Thomas vs Ave Maria volleyball is arguably the best matchup in Sun Conference athletics (00:00-4:44). Then, Southeastern men's goalkeeper Carlos Curado joins Reagan on the show to talk Southeastern soccer, Brazil, the keeper position, and much more! (4:45-34:15). Then, the boys finish up with a weekend preview in football, soccer, and volleyball!

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
Webber Football Head Coach Eric Potochney, Webber's Huge Win, Keiser's Comeback, Both Southeastern Soccer Teams Impress, Full Weekend Recap

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 80:47


On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh start off the show with an all time cold opening and welcome on any coach in the Sun Conference to come on the podcast! (00:00-14:35) Then, the boys recap all of the weekend action in women's soccer where Southeastern won a thriller over St. Thomas, men's soccer where once again Southeastern and St. Thomas had an instant Sun Conference classic, and volleyball where the dominant teams in the conference dominated (14:36-21:15). Football ruled the headlines in the Sun Conference this weekend and the boys dive into the insanity of the weekend that was started off by Keiser coming back against St. Thomas and ended with Webber getting a historic win over Southeastern in Lakeland (21:16-42:25). We finish off the episode with some D1 college football talk (42:26-58:00). Then, Webber head coach Eric Potochney sits down with Reagan and Josh after their huge win over Southeastern (58:01-1:20:47)

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
Webber Left Back Alon Firdman, Mid-Week recap, and Weekend Preview

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 74:47


On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh recap an exciting week in the Sun Conference starting off with women's soccer that saw #9 Southeastern flex their muscles, Webber win another thriller, and Thomas draw in an instant classic with #11 SCAD. (4:30-13:15). Then, they recap the mid-week men's soccer games where Webber and Thomas drew 1-1, Ave Maria puts up a string first half but fall to #4 St. Thomas, and Florida Memorial give the defending national champs #7 Keiser all they could handle. (13:16-18:40). Rapping up the weekly games with volleyball, St. Thomas sweeps Florida Memorial with ease, Webber bounces back in a big way taking down Southeastern, and Ave Maria extends their winning streak to 11 games as they pull off a comeback for the ages against Keiser. (18:40-24:25). Before they get into the week preview the boys share their opinions on NAIA polls (24:26-28:45). Then they dive into two huge football match ups and Josh gives his predictions on #16 St. Thomas vs #25 Keiser and Webber vs Southeastern and Reagan previews and shares his predictions on an action packed weekend of volleyball and women's soccer. (29:45-53:30). Wrapping up the show Reagan sits down with Webber Men's soccer lefts back Aldon Firdman! (53:31-1:14:47)

The POWER Podcast
122. How Bitcoin Mining Can Help Power Companies Optimize Generation Assets

The POWER Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 27:10


Bitcoin mining is the process used to generate new coins and verify new transactions. The process involves vast, decentralized networks of computers around the world that verify and secure blockchains, the virtual ledgers that document cryptocurrency transactions. In return for contributing their computing power, miners are rewarded with new coins. The process ultimately requires a lot of energy to perform, which is where power companies come in. “Bitcoin mining can help the energy sector,” Andrew Webber, founder and CEO of Digital Power Optimization (DPO), said as a guest on The POWER Podcast. “Instead of just selling power to third-party Bitcoin miners, we suggest, that, in many circumstances, energy companies themselves are actually far better positioned to build their own Bitcoin mines and undertake this strategy and this activity for their own purposes in a vertically integrated way, where again, the energy company owns the Bitcoin mine. And by operating a Bitcoin mine, in conjunction with an energy asset, in an intelligent and thoughtful way, you can really optimize your generation assets in a way that you couldn't really have done without a tool like Bitcoin mining to help you.” Webber said the idea came to him while reading a story in the newspaper. “I was reading [a Los Angeles Times] article about the state of California paying the state of Arizona $20 per megawatt-hour to get rid of all of its power. And I said, ‘What is going on? That seems absolutely crazy to me. I'll take all of it. You know? I'll set up a Bitcoin mine there, and just, any power you don't want, just send it to me, I'll take it for free,' ” he said. Webber explained how Bitcoin mining can help power companies alleviate issues. “This is a mechanism that can go almost anywhere and soak up this excess available power where it's produced, and then apply that value elsewhere across the globe in a way that actually solves these problems,” said Webber. “So, it's quite an interesting tool for the energy sector once they get their heads around how this will help.” Bitcoin mining provides flexibility, too. If power is needed suddenly for customers, the power company can respond by simply shutting down the mining operation. “You can just turn it off, and so, it makes a really good tool to respond to sharp jumps in demand or transmission difficulties,” Webber said. “It's sort of energy management infrastructure. And when you start thinking about an energy company building these things, it's not really Bitcoin mining, you're managing your energy assets in a different way, using a different system.” Setting up a Bitcoin mining operation is fairly simple. Webber said a 1-MW system fits in what looks like a standard shipping container—essentially, a 40-foot by 8-1/2-foot big metal box. Inside are racks, wiring, all the networking equipment, a filtration system, cooling fans, and 300 to 325 very specialized computers. The container is connected to a transformer supplied by 240-V or 277-V power, and mining can begin on whatever schedule works best for the power company including 24/7/365. In the end, however, Bitcoin mining is just one tool in a power management toolbox. It can be used in combination with other solutions, including battery storage and green hydrogen production. “All of these are things that need to be incorporated and thought about, not individually, but frankly, in concert with one another,” said Webber. “Right now, I think the energy sector has close to zero understanding that this is available to them, and that's what we're hoping to change. And I think it'll be probably commonplace over the next decade or two.”

WeAreLATech LA Startups Podcast
Remix: Justin Jia, Adam Webber, and Germán Pineda: WeAreLATech Startup Spotlight

WeAreLATech LA Startups Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 12:25


Don't miss out on the next WeAreLATech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://wearelatech.com/podcastWelcome to WeAreLATech's Los Angeles Tech Community Spotlight!   “Remix: Justin Jia, Adam Webber, and Germán Pineda”   WeAreLATech Podcast is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support our podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/believe To be featured on the podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/feature-your-la-startup/Want to be featured in the WeAreLATech Community? Create your profile here http://wearelatech.com/communityHost,Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Justin Jia https://twitter.com/JustinJ1ahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/bjustin-jia/Guest, Adam Webber adam@callcast.cohttps://www.linkedin.com/in/adamwebber1/Guest,Germán Pinedahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/pinedagerman/Listen to the original episodes below:Justin Jia, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/justin-jia-of-project-unicornAdam Webber, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/adam-webber-of-callcast-podcast-the-easy-way-wearelatech-startup-spotlightGermán Pineda, https://podcast.wearelatech.com/episodes/german-pineda-of-goodbiteFor a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comTo further immerse yourself into the LA Tech community go to http://wearelatech.com/vipLinks Mentioned:Project Unicorn, https://www.projectunicorn.coCallCast, https://callcast.coCalling On You Podcast, https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/calling-on-you/id1491559317GoodBite App, https://goodbiteapp.comCredits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Justin Jia, Adam Webber, and Germán Pineda

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Melanie Webber: PPTA President says streaming of classes causes harm to young people

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 6:25


Adopting a policy to end streaming in schools is on the agenda for the secondary teachers union today. Streaming is when students are grouped into different classes based on perceived ability. The Post Primary Teachers Association is discussing it at its annual conference today and has recommended members push for resourcing to end the practice by 2030. President Melanie Webber says it causes harm to young people. She says it stops students from being able to access education and encourages them to make decisions about pathways very early on. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Secrets For An Inspirational Life With Mimi Novic
Change Your Thoughts & Your Life Changes With Actor & Writer Eddie Webber

Secrets For An Inspirational Life With Mimi Novic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 103:42


In today's episode I talk to the well known British actor and writer Eddie Webber. Eddie's childhood began on the working-class streets of south east London in the 60s and 70s. His journey wasn't an easy one with many twists and turns throughout. One event that changed him forever, was being wrongly accused of a series of serious crimes, something that haunted him for a long time. His past has been colourful and interesting. From going to live in a kibbutz in Israel, to enrolling in drama school to becoming a born-again Christian and battling substance abuse on and off for years, before getting his big break in Nick Love's The Business. Since then Eddie has graced the red carpet for films such as The Firm and Rise of the Footsoldier, the ever popular TV series Eastenders and other popular series and films of modern times. He has worked with some of the most well known film directors and actors throughout his career. He has written two books one being his autobiography called Hi Diddle Dee Dee and a book on meditation. He is a passionate advocate of Sri Ramana Maharshi's teachings and it's this way of a contemplative life that has led him to embrace a life of spiritual awareness and gain peace. Eddie talks with deep rawness and refreshing honesty about the intricacy of the human soul and his turmoil, enlightenment and rise to be a huge success, despite the battles in attaining equilibrium. An incredible story that is revealing and yet touching in many ways, showing how courage and strength elevates even the most difficult of destines.

My Child is an Addict: A Parent-to-Parent Podcast
Podcast XTRA: Q&A with Eric Webber

My Child is an Addict: A Parent-to-Parent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 21:35


Caron Treatment Centers' Program Director for the Legal Professionals Program and the Senior Clinician for Specialty Services, answers questions about relapse, the success of tailored programs offered at Caron and new addiction treatment options.   Podcast Disclaimer The Parent-to-Parent Podcasts are provided as a service to you from other parents and do not represent professional clinical advice. The views and opinions expressed in the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts are not necessarily those of Caron or its affiliates. Nothing contained in the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts is intended to be instructional for clinical diagnosis or treatment. The information should not be considered complete, nor should it be relied on to suggest a course of treatment for a particular individual. It should not be used in place of a visit, call, consultation or the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider. You should never disregard clinical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have heard or read in the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts. Caron and its affiliates are neither responsible nor liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special, exemplary, punitive, or other damages arising out of or relating in any way to the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts, content or information contained therein or any hyperlinked web site. Your sole remedy for dissatisfaction with the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts, content or information contained therein, and/or hyperlinked web sites is to stop using the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts or hyperlinked web sites. Please be advised that the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts may be protected by federal and international copyright or other laws, and your right to reprint, republish, modify, reproduce, or distribute the Parent-to-Parent Podcasts may be limited accordingly.

#Clockedin with Jordan Edwards
Financial Literacy During A Recession (Financial Advisor 3 of 4) with Jack Webber

#Clockedin with Jordan Edwards

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 51:34


This is a Mini Series that Jordan Recorded During the Month of August regarding Financial Literacy!There are 4 parts and will release each part on Thursdays! Realizing that we are in a recession Jordan knew had to be done because we do not learn about Financial Literacy! Did you know 61% of Americans are living Pay Check to Pay Check?I believe that we were never taught about financial literacy in school or the work place and I am happy to start the discussion.Part 3 will discuss about Savings, Investing, and the 5/10/15/20 Rule! Jack Webber is a Financial Advisor and shared some incredible knowledge!Hope you find value in this. If so please provide a 5-star and drop a review.Complimentary Edwards Consulting Session: https://calendly.com/jordan-555/intro-call

WBEN Extras
Robert Waechter and Gordon Webber of St. Petersburg on the hurricane and getting the last flight direct from Tampa Bay to Buffalo

WBEN Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 2:27


Robert Waechter and Gordon Webber of St. Petersburg on the hurricane and getting the last flight direct from Tampa Bay to Buffalo

The Busy Leader’s Podcast - A Catalyst for Inspired Action
59_Why You Should Pursue a “Best Places to Work” Designation with Denise Webber and Jim Ulrich

The Busy Leader’s Podcast - A Catalyst for Inspired Action

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 31:18


Being on Modern Healthcare's “Best Places to Work” list is an honor. But the real reason the designation matters is that preparing for it creates the best patient care possible. Denise Webber, FACHE, president/CEO of Stillwater Medical, and James P. Ulrich, Jr., MHA, FACHE, FHFMA, CEO of York General, head up organizations that are longtime designation “regulars.” Stillwater has been a Best Places to Work organization for eleven years and York for nine years. In this podcast, special guest host Dan Collard, cofounder/partner with Quint Studer of Healthcare Plus Solutions Group, talks with Denise and Jim about why being with people at the most critical times of their lives creates a responsibility to be the best we can be. Seeking a Best Places to Work designation helps achieve that. The data is invaluable. It gets us focused on the right things, shows us what's going well, and pinpoints areas for improvement. (Side note: Don't wait until you're ready to apply to start this journey.)Denise and Jim share some of the benefits of being named to the Best Places to Work list:·      It provides a good road map/game plan for success. It really promotes the foundational skills that make an organization run smoothly.·      It creates a great culture that permeates every corner of your organization. (It's not department-specific.)·      It helps promote continuous improvement as you strive to move up the list every year. ·      It gels your leadership team together in a really unique way as it requires a lot of collaboration.·      It shines light on some things you might not normally look at (the demographics of the workforce, for example).·      The skills you develop in the process help you manage the ever-changing healthcare landscape. (Jim says York's rock-solid culture and strong team helped them navigate COVID.)·      The designation will help you attract talent and organically retain the talent you have. It means something.·      It gives you a great chance to see where you compare to others and helps you figure out whom you can learn from.·      It gives you a great opportunity to celebrate, shine the light on your heroes, and focus on your strengths. It reminds you to narrate to your community how good you are!·      It helps you see you are on the right track. The third-party validation is reassuring to patients, community, and employees.One of the biggest benefits of this designation is the impact it has on the community. It promotes involvement and ownership. With hospitals often being the largest employer and literally the ones caring for community members, there's a sense of obligation to make life better for everyone. We don't just have a seat at the table, we get to help set the table—and being a Best Places to Work organization builds the trust that allows us to do so.Contact Information: Denise WebberPresident/CEOStillwater Medical CenterCell 405-880-5117James P. Ulrich, Jr., MHA, FACHE, FHFMAChief Executive OfficerYORK GENERAL(402) 362-0445 Office(308) 340-1752 CellJim.Ulrich@yorkgeneral.org

the gadung files
Jake Webber “Antichrist”

the gadung files

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 8:08


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Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
Southeastern Safety Ryan Cunningham, St. Thomas vs Southeastern Preview, Women's Soccer Polls Reaction, Men's Soccer Power Rankings, Weekend Volleyball and Soccer Preview

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 60:35


On today's episode Reagan and Josh look ahead at a pivotal Sun Conference football match up as the Southeastern Fire take on the St. Thomas Bobcats (00:00-7:25). Then the boys get into volleyball and soccer coverage after a very electric mid week in both sports that including Reagan's reaction to the new women's soccer top 25, Thomas University gets an upset win over Georgia Gwinnett. St. Thomas volleyball wins a thriller against Keiser, Ave Maria volleyball looks dominant as does Webber who might have the best home court advantage in the Sun Conference. (7:26-33:02). Then, Southeastern's Safety Ryan Cunningham joins the show for a can't miss interview! (33:03-1:00:35)

Bolt City
Stuart Webber joins the Show!

Bolt City

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 20:09


Stuart Webber, from the Jagsaw Podcast joins the show and tells the guys everything they need to know about the Jaguars.  To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sounders Weekly
Sounders Weekly 9-20: Garth Lagerwey, ATS, Wade Webber, Will Bruin

Sounders Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 45:49


Today on Sounders Weekly, Jackson Felts talks to General Manager Garth Lagerwey about the final three games and his major award, Andrew Harvey with OL Reign updates, Defiance Head Coach Wade Webber on Tacoma's playoff game on Sunday, and Will Bruin about his beer at Georgetown Brewery.

You're Welcome Radio
Why You Need to Raise Your Standards with Jonathan Webber

You're Welcome Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 114:41


Welcome back Coachable Family. This weeks  conversation with Jonathan Webber flows effortlessly. Jonathan is a Hungry Inner city raised kid who got full on the belief that success is possible for everyone who finds the proper opportunity.  Now teaches & has business in over 17 countries around the world. [5:00] Staying humble“I gave up being right this is just my perspective”“We don't choose the circumstances we come from.”“There's only one person in the room and thats “Us””“United we stand divided we fall”“We are more the same than we are different”[25:00] Curating an Environment“It all starts with a vision.”“Having a vision doesn't cost anything.”“Be grateful the vision landed on you, and protect that vision.”“New life comes through labor. It's all hard work.”“People see success and don't realize behind the successes is sacrifice.”“Its work but it's worth it”“I didn't start building a team, I was building a family. You can quit a team but you can't quit a family.”“To create a family I had to build trust.”“Trust can take a lifetime to build but a second to break.”“There's a time to work and there's a time to play.”[34:00] Dynasty“A dynasty is a succession of leaders.”“Turn your car to a classroom.”“How can you be a leader who doesn't move?”“I had to be the person I wanted. I set the bar.”“Success is attracted by the person you become.”“Everyone is doing less than they are capable of.”.“No one is  special unless we are all special.”[45:00] Rituals“Body, mind,  and soul all need to be fed right.”“Mirror work helps with self love.”“If you can't do it for yourself you can't do it for others.”[1:02] Vision and commitment“When your vision is shaky your commitment keeps you clear until the vision comes back.”“You have to sit with what the vision is.”“If you don't set a plan you will fall into someone else's plan.”“You have to live where you want to be.”“Be so connected to the destination of where you are heading that you are moving every day. ““People who make excuses have gotten disconnected from their destination.” [1:25:00] Growing“Preparedness meets opportunity.”“Trial and error.”“Make your mistakes on someone else's dollar.”“Get paid to learn.”“Don't ask what you're getting, ask who you're becoming.”“Be the best at the thing you are doing now.”“Raise the standard of your life.”“If we don't trust ourselves how can others trust us?”“You have to practice what you preach and hold yourself to the standard.” Connect with Ali on Jonathan! ✨Connect with us on instagram

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Melanie Webber: Teacher's union on report finding MoE went ahead with new modern learning environments without evidence

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 4:39


A new report has found the Ministry of Education barrelled forward with their new modern learning environments without any evidence behind it. The New Zealand Initiative report found ideology was the driver for the change. The Ministry couldn't provide basic info on the number of learning environments, the cost or their effectiveness as learning environments. They also didn't research the effects of these new environments on students learning before forcing schools to adopt them. Post Primary Teachers' Association president Melanie Webber joined Mike Hosking. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Winning at Work
Inspirational OR Intentional? How to Win in Grocery with Vendant Saboo and Mike Webber, Co-Founders, Frutero Ice Cream

Winning at Work

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 45:40


With nearly 300 SKUs of ice cream competing for limited freezer space, you have to boot a brand out to get in! So the questions are how do you build a brand in the freezer? What brings the consumer into the grocery store? How do you find new customers to try your brand?  Vedant Saboo and Mike Webber, co-founders of Frutero Ice Cream, join Winning at Work to share their start-up story and key learnings about grocery stores and scaling a business. Origin Story Building a brand in the freezer How do grocers look at their categories? Trip driven Hero Basket builder Inspirational How intentional is the purchase? What is the value of differentiation? What category is ice cream? Is Frutero an ice cream brand or a fruit brand? What is a brand promise? Commercial fruit production VS Frutero's Key learnings ~ incremental growth outside of ice cream How to attract new consumers New flavors coming soon - you heard it here first! Connect with Vedant: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vedant-saboo-59130a44/ Connect with Mike:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikedweber/ Frutero Ice Cream: https://www.fruteroicecream.com/ About your Host Tony Moore and the Winning at Work podcast: Are you looking for a fun and light-hearted podcast to stay current on the trends shaping the $1.6 trillion food and beverage industry? My totally awesome brands featured here take us deep into the world of sustainability, plant-based, food tech, CBD, and good for you. Want to learn how to grow a brand? Scale a brand? I've got you covered.  Join me on my mission to discover what makes these companies different, better, and special. Episode 142 is sponsored by: Timpl Search - National Food and Beverage headhunters for sales, marketing, innovation, and operations. https://www.timplsearch.com/ Contact: Tony Moore. 404-904-9235. Follow me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/differentbetterspecialbrands/ Music from Uppbeat: https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/get-the-funk-in License code: SF3WUKBUJQULFHXE  

Oral Arguments for the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

Richard Webber v. Armslist, LLC

Thoughts from a Page Podcast
Mary Webber O'Malley and Pamela Klinger-Horn - Their Favorite Fall 2022 Reads

Thoughts from a Page Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 57:47


Mary and Pamela join me to discuss their recommended reads for Fall 2022. Mary's selections: Didn't Nobody Give a Shit What Happened to Carlotta - James Hannaham People Person - Candice Carty-Williams  The Matchmaker's Gift – Lynda Cohen Loigman  The Book Hater's Book Club – Gretchen Anthony  The Last Dreamwalker – Rita Woods Other Birds – Sarah Addison Allen  Solito – Javier Zamora  The Storyteller's Death – Ann Davila Cardinal  When We Were Sisters – Fatimah Asghar Such a Pretty Girl – T. Greenwood  We Are the Light – Matthew Quick  Pamela's selections: When We Were Bright and Beauitful - Jillian Medoff The Real Mrs. Tobias - Sally Koslow Forsaken Country - Allen Eskens All That's Left Unsaid - Tracy Lien Uncultured - Daniella Mestyanek Young  Hester - Laurie Lico Albanese  Signal Fires - Dani Shapiro Mad Honey - Jennifer Finney Boylan & Jodi Picoult Gilded Mountain - Kate Manning Winterland - Rae Meadows Support the podcast by becoming a Page Turner on Patreon.  Other ways to support the podcast can be found here.     Publishers Weekly article talking about Mary and Pamela's bookseller group. Bookclubs is the premier organizational tool for new and existing book clubs and also provides great resources for individual readers to discover new reads or find a book club to join. Check them out! Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Board Matters
"Wayfinding Pae Ora" with Chris Webber MInstD

Board Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 14:02


In this episode Steven talks with Chris Webber MInstD  who sits on the board of health provider Te Rau Matatini (Te Rau Ora) and is a strong advocate for Māori-run health programmes. In this podcast, Webber talks about wayfinding, a concept which comes from the Pacific navigation methodology. In this context, wayfinding is about how you maintain your waka, he says. “You point it in the right direction, you take notice of all the signs that come, that you have trained to be aware of, and the island comes towards you. It's another way of thinking about things.”Boards need to choose a destination and take notice of signs – be they changes in the world, transformations in communities or legal and regulatory challenges – as they navigate their organisations, Webber says. Chris Webber is a Member of the Institute of Directors.Connect with Chris: linkedin.com/in/chris-webber-05aaa89/Find out more about the Advanced Directors Course:https://www.iod.org.nz/governance-courses/advanced-directors-course-2/Find out more about the Institute of Directors: https://www.iod.org.nz/ 

The Boardwalk
Episode 48: The Taliban's Terrorism Problem with Lucas Webber

The Boardwalk

Play Episode Play 46 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 62:22


Lucas Webber, co-founder and editor of Militant Wire, joins us to talk about insurgent groups fighting against the Taliban, IS-KP, and the Taliban's China problem. You can find Lucas's writing as well as phenomenal writing from a host of contributors at https://www.militantwire.com/_________________________________________ Where to Listen:Apple: https://bit.ly/theboardwalkapple Spotify: https://bit.ly/theboardwalkspotify Pandora: https://bit.ly/3xZ8bk9 Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3gbZ6ya Amazon Music: https://amzn.to/37UuZXQ Stitcher: https://bit.ly/3AQNadj  iHeart Radio: https://bit.ly/3y0Vfdw TuneIn: https://bit.ly/2W1VEPN Buzzsprout: https://bit.ly/37PIdoy  Be sure to like, follow, subscribe, rate, review, and share wherever you listen to our podcast. New episodes of The Boardwalk are published every Saturday morning.  Our Social Media Sites:Instagram: @theboardwalkpodcast Facebook: @TheBoardwalkPodcastTwitter: @theboardwalkpod You can also reach us by email at: theboardwalkpodcast@gmail.com  Podcast Theme Song"KMAG YOYO"by Hayes Carllwww.hayescarll.comThe views expressed by the hosts and guests of this podcast do not represent the views of the United States Government or the United States Department of Defense. 

Work In Progress
The next steps toward increasing adult digital literacy

Work In Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 19:06


In this episode of Work in Progress, Alison Ascher Webber, director of strategic initiatives, U.S., with EdTech Center @ World Education, joins me to discuss adult digital literacy. Digital literacy is an essential skill for today's workforce, yet 30 millions of adults are still struggling to learn basic technology and one in five Americans still don't have internet access. The digital divide remains a serious barrier to work and education opportunities. Webber was one of the lead researchers on a new report from the Digital Resilience in the American Workforce (DRAW), a joint initiative from World Education, Jobs for the Future (JFF), and Safal Partners, with support from the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE). The report examines the digital landscape to better understand the extent of the divide and what's causing it. The next steps include devising strategies and providing the resources educators need to close that divide. "Formal instruction is critical and very important," says Webber. "At the same time, if you're talking about closing some of these shocking divides in who has access to the internet devices and digital skills development opportunities, we need to get a lot more human-centered in our program, design, and delivery. And our funding streams need to figure out how to pay for that." One way to create a more human-centered approach, according to the findings, is to establish digital navigation supports "in locations and services that people are already trusting and using. For example, when someone goes to a health clinic, when someone goes to an adult education program, when someone goes to their children's school, those are all touch points that need to be leveraged to support individuals," explains Webber. She adds, "No one should come to an adult education program or a workforce program and...not have had their digital inclusions needs met at the very first intake point. We need to figure out, 'Do you have internet? Do you have access to device? Do you need help with your foundational digital skills?'" She adds that establishing a personal connection and trust with learners who are still developing foundational digital literacy is key to closing the divide. Educators should tap into what adult learners already know. "The move should be away from a deficit-based model of instruction to a strengths-based one that recognizes what a learner can already do with technology and build from there." "Digital literacy is a critical literacy that you need now to operate in this world, to get the information you need, to access opportunities. And if we don't address that first, we're doing a disservice to individuals in our communities." Our conversation just scratched the surface of the report, which you can read for yourself here. You can listen to the full podcast here, or download it wherever you get your podcasts. Episode 242: Alison Ascher Webber, EdTech Center @ World Education, director of strategic initiatives, U.S.Host & Executive Producer: Ramona Schindelheim, Editor-in-Chief, WorkingNationProducer: Larry BuhlExecutive Producers: Joan Lynch and Melissa PanzerTheme Music: Composed by Lee Rosevere and licensed under CC by 4.0Download the transcript for this podcast here.You can check out all the other podcasts at this link: Work in Progress podcasts

The Self-Help Coaching Podcast with Tony Petrozza
Tough Love But Mostly Love, with Michelle S Webber

The Self-Help Coaching Podcast with Tony Petrozza

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 53:34


Discover more about Michelle S Webber.

Sandwiched Between the Books
The 2022 Sandwich Fair Spectacular, Part II: Behind the Scenes of the Sandwich Fair with Jimmy Webber

Sandwiched Between the Books

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 42:58


Join us for a three-part Sandwich Fair Spectacular to celebrate the finale of our first season on the podcast! In this fair-loving trio of episodes, you'll hear from fair historian Joan Hardekopf, fairgrounds supervisor Jimmy Webber, and some of the fair's biggest fans! Don't miss a single episode as we take a deeper look into our town's grandest event of the year: The Sandwich Fair!

Football Writers Podcast
Stuart Webber - Striking Out for the Summit

Football Writers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 65:51


Michael Calvin is joined by Stuart Webber, Norwich's Sporting Director, who is preparing to climb Mount Everest. He talks about the "blessing and the curse" of being a yo-yo club, and his vision for the future of the game in general. Paul Hayward and Richard Amofa discuss the influence of Sporting Directors, and also analyse the winners and losers in the summer transfer window. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Big Stud Sales
How To Master a Referral Network w/Ryan Webber #152

Big Stud Sales

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 22:08


You don't need SEO if you master referral networking! Join us in our very first replay episode with Ryan Webber, founder of Ryan Webber Marketing. Ryan helps small business owners get their message in front of the right person at the right time by telling their stories through powerful videos. Tune into this episode to learn how you can generate qualified leads for your business without the expense of running ads. Connect with Ryan: IG: @ryanwebbermarketing FB: Ryan Webber Marketing

The Maximum Lawyer Podcast
I Thought We Had More Time w/ Tiffany Webber

The Maximum Lawyer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 27:33 Very Popular


Not only does she help people make smart decisions about their real estate, but she has also been awarded the North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Rising Star award.Tiffany found her way to the practice of law while working in a top-performing channel of a global corporation, and attended law school at night while increasing her knowledge of complex commercial issues through hands-on experience during the day.She is not afraid of being different from other attorneys in her market and doesn't shy away from being the youngest or newest. In this episode, Tiffany shares her incredible journey working side by side with her late partner Ben Thomas after making the mutual decision to focus solely on real estate law. After his unexpected passing, she forged ahead with great resilience and perseverance while still executing her vision, keeping the business strong, and becoming a new mom.     She will be the first to tell you that success doesn't happen overnight. It takes years, so start now!2:25 our styles really mesh6:36 that was really interesting 10:53 such a transition period14:44 he made me review it with him regularly 17:52 we don't let things happen to us 20:30 giving myself permission to leave the officeJim's Hack: Keep track of how big you are as a business on a spreadsheet so you can see the progress you've made.Tiffany's Tip: 1) Take your big goals for the year, put them on a sticky note where you can see them, and as new projects or demands pop up, ask yourself, how does this help me meet one or two of those goals?2) If you want to feel like an email wizard, check out Superhuman.Tyson's Tip: If you need help remembering to drink water throughout the day, checkout the free Drink Water app.

Pod Have Mercy
Episode 97: ANOTHER CONVERSATION WITH DR. JERRY WEBBER

Pod Have Mercy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 48:44


John and Matt have a zoom conversation with Dr. Jerry Webber where they discuss The Academy for Spiritual Formation, the difference between therapy and spiritual direction, and we get a special FaceTime call from John's daughter! Dr. Webber is the founder of Chapelwood's Center for Christian Spirituality where he served as lead pastor for 18 years. He is now a teacher, spiritual guide, writer, and retreat leader by vocation.

Dr. Cavil's 'INSIDE THE HBCU SPORTS LAB'
Ep 296 - Dr. Cavil's Inside the HBCU Sports Lab with Charles Bishop, BCSN Sports Wrap's AD Drew and guest Derek Webber

Dr. Cavil's 'INSIDE THE HBCU SPORTS LAB'

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 61:22


"Inside the HBCU Sports Lab" episode 296 with Dr. Kenyatta Cavil, Mike Washington & Charles Bishop radio show. Today's show will be a good one as Dr. Cavil, Charles Bishop and BCSN Sports Wrap's AD Drew discuss the latest in HBCU news and sports. Also, an interview with Derek Webber, Pepsi 2022 National Battle of the Bands.

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference
Webber, Florida Memorial, and Ave Maria Football Preview

Suncast: Covering the Sun Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 45:53


On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh talk Sun Conference soccer with SCAD, Webber, St. Thomas, and Keiser women's soccer off to hot starts. Josh is reacts to Reagan's first ever fantasy draft. The boys the preview Ave Maria, Florida Memorial, and Webber International University football.

Sac Kings Therapy
Kings Flashback: 2003 NBA Western Conference Semi-Finals Game 1 Kings vs Mavs, Kings 2022-23 schedule release

Sac Kings Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 71:32


Another offseason, another Kings flashback game where hosts Owen and Fong watch a Kings games from way back when, usually when they were good. This year, they're going to watch the Kings vs the Mavs in game 1 of the Western Conference Semi-finals. This is a game that features a Mavs team that is led by a young Dirk Nowitzki and Steve Nash going up against a grizzled Kings team that after losing last year's epic series against the Lakers in the Western Conference Final, is now seasoned and ready to win a championship. This game however, is for better or for worse, the final game in which we would get a prime Chris Webber for a full game before he injures his knee and would never be the same again. But with a healthy Webber for this game, the Kings absolutely dominated the Mavericks, making viewers question how the Mavericks were the #2 seed in the West and led the league in offense and were ranked 9th in defense. While the Mavs were the better team in the regular season this year, The Kings showed them they were leagues ahead of them as a playoff team. Back to the modern day, The Kings released their schedule for the 2022-23 season and it's ... interesting to say the least. The Kings basically start and end the season with a lot of difficult matchup and the main takeaway is that if they're serious about making the playoffs, they'll have to earn their spot. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sackingtherapy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sackingtherapy/support

The Port Charles Update - A General Hospital Podcast
To Aruba! - A General Hospital Podcast

The Port Charles Update - A General Hospital Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 66:39


On episode 204 of the PC Update, paging Dr. Webber, stair drama consult! Trina and Rory have a solid 3 months of happiness. The pants live on!!! This episode covers GH episodes from August 15th - 19th, 2022. *Music provided by Scott Holmes (song name - Electronic Vibes).

Canadian Podcast with Zak
Episode 123 | George Webber: A Journey of 45 years in Capturing the Moments of Time

Canadian Podcast with Zak

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 73:08


George is the recipient of numerous National Magazine Awards (Canada) including Gold Awards in 2010 and 2018, multiple Awards of Excellence from The Society For News Design (USA) and The International Documentary Photography Award (Korea). His books include: Borrowed Time, Saskatchewan Book, Alberta Book, Badlands, Prairie Gothic, In this Place, Last Call, People of The Blood, A World Within and Requiem. George's photographs can be found in Canadian and international museum collections including: National Gallery of Canada, Glenbow Museum (Canada), Museum Ludwig (Germany), Australian National Gallery (Australia) and the Bibliotheque Nationale (France). In 1999 he was elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in recognition of his contributions to the visual arts in Canada. The documentary film Lost Horizons: The Photography of George Webber was released in the Fall of 2017 – watch on YouTube Acclaimed American photographer Mary Ellen Mark has described Webber as a “lyrical poet with his camera”.

How I Lawyer Podcast with Jonah Perlin
#077: Christine E. Webber - Plaintiffs' Class Action Employment & Civil Rights Lawyer

How I Lawyer Podcast with Jonah Perlin

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 48:46 Very Popular


In today's episode I speak with Christine E. Webber who is a leading plaintiff-side class-action civil rights & employment attorney. Christine is a Partner and Co-Chair of the Civil Rights & Employment practice group at Cohen Milstein. In this role, she represents victims of discrimination and wage and hour violations in class and collective actions. She has represented clients in some of the largest, groundbreaking discrimination and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) class and collective actions in the United States. She has been recognized with numerous of awards for her work and has served as a leader in a number of employment-law related organizations. Christine started her career as a law clerk to Judge Will on the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and as a Fellow at the Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights. In our conversation we discuss her path to law which began by lobbying for more rights for girls in her 3rd-grade classroom, the differences between changing the law through policy and through litigation, the importance of seeing both the big picture and the narrow details in plaintiff-side class action work, how she prepares for depositions (in her words, it is like putting a puzzle together without having the picture on the box) and the importance of both planning and flexibility in that process, why she loves working with statistical experts who are so important to her cases, how "winning" differs as a plaintiff-side class action lawyer, the skills that make newer lawyers stand out in her experience (research, details, preparation), why her decision to take a risk early on and jump at an uncertain opportunity made the rest of her career possible, and the various paths to the kind of work that she does. If you enjoy this episode, please make sure to sign up for future episodes at www.howilawyer.com or to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This episode is sponsored, edited, and engineered by LawPods, a professional podcast production company for busy attorneys.

Did That Age Well?
#82 - Did Speed age well? (w/ Nick Webber)

Did That Age Well?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 65:23


Buckle up! This week we're joined by Nick Webber to talk about Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves in the 1994 action thriller, Speed. We're here to ask: Why didn't they turn the bus around instead of jumping the gap in the freeway? Why would anyone trust the LAPD in 1994? And most importantly, how did Jack Traven manage to pull everything off while he was hung over? Follow the podcast @didthatagewellIG: instagram.com/didthatagewellTwitter: twitter.com/didthatagewellFollow Molly @mollybirdsmithIG: instagram.com/mollybirdsmithTwitter: twitter.com/mollybirdsmith

Roy and HG - Bludging on the Blindside
He knows rubbish from behind

Roy and HG - Bludging on the Blindside

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 35:38


Oscar Piastri who's managed by Australia's Mark Webber, signed to McLaren this week. Piastri was chased by Apline, but he doesn't want to sign to them. They're a rubbish team! Webber would know, he's driven behind enough rubbish in his time.

Heartland POD
Flyover View: July 29, 2022 - Heartland News & Views

Heartland POD

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 17:27


HEADLINE 1: Manchin and Schumer announce deal for energy and health care bill - CNNSenate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Sen. Joe Manchin on Wednesday announced a deal on an energy and health care bill, representing a breakthrough after more than a year of negotiations that have collapsed time and again.But it will face furious GOP opposition.The agreement contains a number of Democrats' goals. While many details have not been disclosed, the measure would invest $369 billion into energy and climate change programs, with the goal of reducing carbon emissions by 40% by 2030, according to a one-page fact sheet. For the first time, Medicare would be empowered to negotiate the prices of certain medications, and it would cap out-of-pocket costs at $2,000 for those enrolled in Medicare drug plans. It would also extend expiring enhanced subsidies for Affordable Care Act coverage for three years.The announcement comes at a crucial time for Congress, as the Senate is a little over a week away from starting a monthlong recess, when many Democrats will campaign for reelection. Manchin's support is notable given his stance earlier this month that he "unequivocally" wouldn't support the climate or tax provisions of the Democratic economic package, which appeared to torpedo any hope Democrats had of passing legislation to fight climate change in the near future. But Schumer and Manchin have been in revived talks since July 18 and locked down a deal Wednesday, according to a source familiar with the matter. Manchin had thrown cold water on doing tax and energy provisions as part of the deal, but ultimately agreed to it.The White House has signed off on this deal, Biden said in a statement.The deal still faces multiple hurdles before it can make it to Biden's desk, including the parliamentarian and having to pass both chambers of Congress, where practically any Democrat could sideline or delay passage.In a statement, Schumer's office said the bill would reduce US carbon emissions by roughly 40% by 2030. Clean energy tax credits would drive the majority of those emission reductions, a Democratic aide said.Tax credits for electric vehicles made it into the new deal, according to two Senate Democratic aides. Electric Vehicle tax credits will continue at their current levels, up to $4,000 for a used electric vehicle and $7,500 for a new EV. However, there will be a lower income threshold for people who can use the tax credits -- a key demand of Manchin's. Manchin had been staunchly opposed to electric vehicle tax credits throughout negotiations.The deal keeps the prescription drug prices changes that Manchin had previously agreed to, including empowering Medicare to negotiate the price of certain costly medications administered in doctors' offices or purchased at the pharmacy. It would also redesign Medicare's Part D drug plans so that seniors and people with disabilities wouldn't pay more than $2,000 a year for medication bought at the pharmacy. And, the deal would require drug companies to pay rebates if they increase their prices in the Medicare and private-insurance markets faster than inflation.Altogether, the drug price provisions would reduce the deficit by $288 billion over a decade, according to the Congressional Budget Office.The agreement also calls for extending the enhanced Affordable Care Act subsidies for three years. An earlier deal would have continued the beefed-up subsidies for two years, which meant they would have expired just after the 2024 presidential election -- a scenario that congressional Democrats did not want to encounter.The subsidies were expanded through this year as part of Democrats' $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, known as the American Rescue Plan, which was enacted in March 2021. They have made health care coverage on the Obamacare exchanges more affordable, leading to record enrollment this year.Enrollees pay no more than 8.5% of their income toward coverage, down from nearly 10%. And lower-income policyholders receive subsidies that eliminate their premiums completely. Also, those earning more than 400% of the federal poverty level have become eligible for help for the first time.Extending the enhanced subsidies would cost $64 billion over a decade, according to the CBO.To raise revenue, the bill would impose a 15% minimum tax on corporations, which would raise $313 billion over a decade. While details on the current deal remain scant, the House version of the Build Back Better package would have levied the tax on the corporate profits that large companies report to shareholders, not to the Internal Revenue Service. It would have applied to companies with more than $1 billion in profits and yielded a similar revenue-raising figure.The current deal also aims to close the carried interest loophole, which allows investment managers to treat their compensation as capital gains and pay a 20% long-term capital gains tax rate instead of income tax rates of up to 37%. Eliminating this loophole, which would raise $14 billion over a decade, has been a longtime goal of congressional Democrats.The package also calls for providing more funding to the IRS for tax enforcement, which would raise $124 billion.Democrats say families making less than $400,000 per year would not be affected, in line with a pledge by Biden. Also, there would be no new taxes on small businesses.In total, Democrats say the deal would reduce the deficit by more than $300 billion.HEADLINE 2: TRUDY BUSCH VALENTINE, NOT READY FOR PRIME TIME - ADVOCATETrudy Busch Valentine has been in the news a lot lately, largely a push near the primaries from her supporters but not every report lately has bode well for the billionaire candidate. After months of being largely unavailable for comment on the issues beyond simple platitudes she has started answering questions, and it's left many Missouri Democrats asking if we are actually serious about putting her forth in a general.At a recent town hall for the Chesterfield Township Dems TBV was asked questions about campaign finance reform, specifically regarding Citizen's United. Her response? Just tell me again what Citizens United is doing? Forgive me but a candidate for senate better damn well know what Citizens United is and how it affects campaign finance.On July 23rd A bizarre video posted by a St. Louis ward committeewoman shows Busch Valentine struggling with her position on transgender rights, rambling and stumbling over her words.“I respect the dignity of every human person. And transgender, I respect,” Busch Valentine says in the video. “If a man feels that they're a woman and wants to become a woman, I respect that. And I respect it the opposite way too. Those are things that have to be solved amongst families and amongst parents.”She then asserted that doctors should refrain from providing gender-affirming care to children until they're adults, something right-wing pundits and politicians have been asserting.“I only would say, wait until 18, when a person is an adult, to do everything that wouldn't allow going back to being maybe the sex that you were,” she said. “But I totally, totally support transgenders without a doubt and the LGBT community.”To be clear, Gender-affirming care for young people usually consists of puberty blockers and hormone treatment, with most of the effects reversible, contrary to what anti-trans politicians claim. Genital surgery is not performed on minors.And on Monday Trudy Busch Valentine was asked whether she supports a law prohibiting instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation.Specifically referencing Florida, where such teaching is forbidden in grades K-3 and restricted in later grades, and opponents say it has a chilling effect. LGBTQ+ teachers may be afraid to mention their identity or to display pictures of their partners in the classroom because they may be fired or sued by parents. She made a spontaneous reference to critical race theory, a theory about systemic racial injustice taught in law schools, which right-wing politicians wrongly claim is taught in elementary and secondary schools to make white children feel shame. Here is her word salad response in full: “I think there are so many things out there, including critical race theory, that just tries to take away the history of our country and the good things we've done and the bad things we've done,” Busch Valentine said on St. Louis CBS affiliate KMOV.Now, nearly all of these statements were adjusted in post by her team, but the damage was done. Is she capable of standing on her own two feet as a senator or is she to be propped up by a team? It sure seems to me she isn't prepared for this job. Personally I'm a Spencer Toder man, you can count this as an official endorsement. I can understand Kunce supporters though. TBV supporters I can't get behind, I've seen nothing to support she can win this thing or do the job once hired.HEADLINE 3: EXPLAINING KANSAS' CONFUSING ABORTION AMENDMENT - VOXNext week in Kansas, abortion rights will face the first test at the polls since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.In 2019, Kansas's Supreme Court ruled that the state's constitution protects the right to an abortion. On Tuesday, voters will be asked to weigh in on a proposed amendment that would explicitly remove that right, opening the way for Kansas's Republican-controlled legislature to further restrict or ban abortion, just as neighboring Texas, Oklahoma, and Missouri have done.You'd be forgiven if you had trouble making sense of the amendment's text, which would add a paragraph to the state's constitution that says both “Kansas does not require government funding of abortion” and that people, through their elected officials, “may pass laws regarding abortion, including, but not limited to, laws that account for circumstances of pregnancy resulting from rape or incest, or circumstances of necessity to save the life of the mother.”The language could trip up your average voter, said Neal Allen, a political scientist at Wichita State University. “You could read it and think you were voting to eliminate state funding of abortion when there is no state funding to abortion,” he told Vox. “And there is language that refers to exceptions to preserve the health of the mother, and for rape and incest, but there's nothing about the amendment itself that would create those exceptions.”Supporters of the amendment, organizing under the banner of “Value Them Both” — a reference to valuing “women and unborn children” — have been working to convince votersthat a “yes” vote on the amendment would not lead to an abortion ban and would simply allow lawmakers to regulate the procedure.Many of their claims have been dubious at best, and have generated significant confusion. Value Them Both supporters have stressed in their advertisements that the amendment “restores our ability to place basic regulations on the abortion industry.” In fact, abortion remains highly regulated in Kansas. They say the amendment would merely allow lawmakers to impose rules like requiring parental consent, “stopping painful late-term abortions,” and barring public funding of abortion. But Kansas already requires parental consent, already bans public funding of abortion, and already bans abortion after 22 weeks.The language of the amendment is confusing, likely purposefully. So, Let us be clearIf the amendment passes, nothing could stop Republican lawmakers from passing a total or near-total abortion ban, and political experts say the likelihood of such restrictions moving forward in that context is very high.It will be a tight vote. A public poll of the campaign released last week found 47 percent of likely primary voters planned to vote for the amendment, and 43 percent planned to vote against it. But the pollsters also found Democrats were significantly more likely than Republicans to say the abortion amendment “increased the importance of voting in this upcoming election” — suggesting differences in motivation. Past political science research has found a “status quo bias” when it comes to abortion-related ballot measures; voters are more likely to reject measures on Election Day they otherwise tell pollsters they support. These dynamics bode well for advocates who want to keep the state constitution unchanged.For my Kansas listeners, do NOT rest on your laurels here. Vote NO on this amendment.Headline 4: Veterans and their spouses can now teach in Florida with no degree. School leaders say it 'lowers the bar'https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/education/2022/07/21/florida-education-program-military-veterans-teach/10117107002/ https://www.fldoe.org/teaching/certification/military/ Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed into law a bill that would give military veterans teaching certificates on a temporary basis in Florida. This ability to apply for temporary certification does not only apply to the veteran, but also their spouses as well. The law was passed with the hope of easing the strain of the 9000 open teaching positions around the state. According to the Florida Department of Education, to apply for the five year temporary certification, the applicant must have the following:Minimum of 48 months of military service with an honorable/medical dischargeMinimum of 60 college credits with a 2.5 grade point averagePassing score on a Florida subject area examination for bachelor's level subjectsEmployment in a Florida school district, including charter schoolsMany school leaders have been outspoken in opposition to this move. "There are many people who have gone through many hoops and hurdles to obtain a proper teaching certificate," said Carmen Ward, president of the Alachua County teachers union. "(Educators) are very dismayed that now someone with just a high school education can pass the test and can easily get a five-year temporary certificate." Alachua County school board members expressed their distaste for the new law at a recent workshop where the details were presented.While a subject area test may prove that these applicants may know the content that they are hired to teach, what it does not do is prove that the applicants know the intecencies of lesson planning, instruction, and assessment. These are all things that are taught in college and that teachers leaving a four year degree program are verse in before stepping foot in a class to student teach, let alone teach on their own. While FLDOE says that each person that is given the temporary certification will be put with a mentor, this mentor is another teacher from the building, usually in the same grade level or subject area. Mentor meetings with new teachers are historically quick check-ins where the new teacher can bounce ideas and problems off of the mentor. A mentor will not have the time to teach these skills to the new teacher in the meeting. This will increase the load again on experienced teachers or lead to them handing lesson plans to inexperienced, unprepared “educators” to teach students.There is also a worry around the state that these temporary certifications will be highly concentrated in the more underfunded, underperforming school districts. The worry from school officials is that higher paying, well performing schools will have the ability to attract traditionally certified teachers with experience. This would leave the bulk of the openings to be in the poorer districts, leaving an even more inexperienced staff in these schools.With many other states also facing teacher shortages, the Florida law could become a template for plans that are implemented in other states around the country.LAYOVER: Candidate Bethany Mann. Democratic Candidate for Missouri's 3rd Congressional District. LIGHTNING ROUND:LR 1 - Historic flooding in St. Louis - Washington PostTorrential downpours sparked flash flooding in St. Louis and surrounding areas Tuesday, killing at least one person and stranding residents in their cars and homes as the rainfall shattered a record set more than a century ago. The city had received more than 9 inches of rain by the afternoon, the most ever recorded there in a calendar day and about 2 inches more than the record of about 7 inches set in August 1915, when remnants of a hurricane that came ashore in Galveston, Tex., passed through the area. Firefighters had responded to about 70 rescues by late Tuesday morning On behalf of Gov. Mike Parson (R), who was out of the country Tuesday, Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe (R) declared a state of emergency to assist local authorities in handling the disaster. Extreme precipitation events have increased substantially over the past century and are tied to warming from human-caused climate change. The heaviest such events increased by 42 percent in the Midwest between 1901 and 2016, with additional increases expected as the climate continues to warm, according to the U.S. government's National Climate Assessment.LR 2 - The attack on McMorrow backfired - PoliticoIn a fundraising email, Michigan State Sen. Lana Theis of Brighton said colleagues like McMorrow were “outraged” that they couldn't “groom and sexualize kindergartners.” The charge prompted McMorrow to make a spirited speech in the Senate in her own defense — a speech that went viral and made her a political celebrity on the left. The result? Theis' fundraising stunt netted her less than $300 while McMorrow went on to raise more than 1 Million dollars. LR 3 - Kansas City's Zero Fare Transit Program Shows Major Success - Next CityKansas City, Missouri, made national headlines in the fall of 2019 when its city council voted unanimously to become America's first large city to make public transportation free citywide. Now, two and a half years later, anyone living anywhere in the city can ride buses without paying a fare.Recently, A study conducted as part of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City's annual “State of Black Kansas City” report last year asked 1,686 riders for their feedback on what Zero Fare has enabled them to do. The responses show how a Zero Fare policy makes a big difference in these riders' ability to exercise the so-called “right to the city.”Almost 90% of the riders surveyed said they rode the buses more as a result of Zero Fare. About 92% said it allowed them to shop for food more often; 88% said they could see their .healthcare providers more easily or more often; 82% said it allowed them to get or keep a job; and 86% said it made them feel like city leadership is concerned about their needsBesides the increased mobility and financial benefits, nearly 80% of the residents surveyed also said Zero Fare increased their sense of safety on the bus. That points to one of the more counterintuitive benefits of eliminating fares: The buses became safer to ride. The total number of incidents where supervisors were called fell 39% in the first year of full Zero Fare transit, according to a 2021 Zero Fare impact analysis by the Mid-America Regional Council (MARC), the Kansas City area's metropolitan planning organization. Incidents per 100,000 riders fell 17%LR 4 - Justice Department files lawsuit against poultry producers in the US - Fox BusinessThe Justice Department filed a lawsuit Monday against some of the largest poultry producers in the U.S. along with a proposed settlement seeking to end what it claims have been longstanding deceptive and abusive practices for workersThe suit, filed in federal court in Maryland, names Cargill, Sanderson Farms and Wayne Farms, along with a data consulting company known as Webber, Meng, Sahl and Co. and its president.In its lawsuit, the Justice Department alleges the companies have been engaged in a multiyear conspiracy to exchange information about the wages and benefits of workers at poultry processing plants to drive down employee competition in the marketplace. The companies did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment.The government contends the data consulting firm helped to share the information about the workers' compensation with the companies and their executives. By carrying out the scheme, officials allege, the companies were able to compete less intensely for workers and reduce the amount of money and benefits they had to offer their employees, suppressing competition for poultry processing workers across the boardThe suit is the latest example of the Justice Department's antitrust enforcement targeting companies the government believes engage in anticompetitive behavior to stifle workers or harm consumers. It also comes as the department continues a broader investigation into labor abuses in the poultry industry.LR 5 - Foot of hail stacks up in parts of Colorado mountain town, snowplows used for removal-OUT THERE COLORADOAs storms pounded parts of Colorado on Wednesday evening, Estes Park got hit hard. Not only did the mountain town, found outside of Rocky Mountain National Park, get a lot of moisture in the form of heavy rain, about a foot of hail also stacked up on some local streets.While the hail that fell appears to be in the form of small pellets based on images and footage from the scene, thus less likely to cause impact damage, the hail can be seen covering roadways and reportedly caused travel concerns. In order to clear the roads, snowplows were called in.monsoonal precipitation continues through and Friday is still supposed to bring even more intense weather to the state, increasing flash flooding concerns around the state, especially in burn scar areas found along the Front Range.LR 6 - Lastly folks, go voteAugust 2nd will be a day for voting across much of the midwest. It is important to get out there and exercise your right to determine who represents you and what ballot measures pass. Be mindful of your polling places, they may have changed. Take time off work if need be, they have to allow it. Now, Get out there and vote!Outro: That's all the time we have this week, thank you for joining us. If you have a story you feel I should look into and possibly highlight on the show, please tweet me throughout the week @KevINMidMo or The Pod's parent account @TheHeartlandPODThis week's episode featured reporting and information from Out there Colorado, Fox Business, Politico, Next City, Washington Post, Usa Today, The Florida Department of Education, CNN, Vox, and The Advocate. https://heartlandpod.com/Twitter: @TheHeartlandPOD"Change The Conversation"

Bawdy Storytelling
Episode 234: ‘Strange Addiction‘ (Claire Webber)

Bawdy Storytelling

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 30:01 Very Popular


(CW: this episode discusses underage sexual exploration)  Have you ever done something really naughty on the internet? Delightfully unhinged Seattle Storyteller Claire Webber shares a stream of consciousness story about how her parents dealt with their daughter's precocious obsession with questionable websites and animals mating on the Discovery Channel (spoiler alert: it was her gateway drug to gay porn).  Hey, what's up with roughing up the suspect to Kay's Jeweler's commercials, Claire? And I'm speaking at Podcast Movement! Should we have a meetup in Dallas next month? ‘Cause I'd love to meet you. #SearchHistory #BaselineLingerie #ImJustThinkingMom   Song: ‘My Strange Addiction' (Billie Eilish) About the Storyteller:   Claire Webber started performing in dramatic theater, but was gently guided into other creative endeavors with director's' notes such as, “You make people intensely uncomfortable” and “This production was meant to be seen by families.” Stand-up comedy was a natural fit. Claire's dedication to her odd little Id taints every aspect of her comedy and leaves an audience whimpering for more. Claire has performed at Bumbershoot and The Moth Seattle Grand Slam.  Her website is ILoveClaireWebber.com   Episode links:   Calm: We're partnering with Calm, the #1 mental wellness app, to give you the tools that improve the way you feel. For listeners of the Bawdy Storytelling podcast, Calm is offering an exclusive offer of 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at CALM.COM/Dixie  Reduce stress and anxiety through guided meditations, improve focus with curated music tracks and rest and recharge with Calm's imaginative sleep stories, for children and adults. There's even new daily movement sessions, designed to relax your body & uplift your mind. Go to CALM.COM/Dixie & you'll get a special offer of 40% off a Calm Premium Subscription. Over 100 million people around the world use Calm to take care of their minds. Go to Calm.com slash Dixie for 40% off unlimited access to Calm's entire library.   Helix: Ready for better sleep? Helix Sleep has a quiz that takes just two minutes to complete and matches your body type and sleep preferences to the perfect mattress for you. Helix was awarded the #1 best overall mattress pick of 2020 and by GQ and Wired Magazine. Just go to HelixSleep.com/Dixie, take their two-minute sleep quiz, and they'll match you to a customized mattress that will give you the best sleep of your life.  Special Offer: right now, Helix is offering up to $200 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows to listeners of the Bawdy Storytelling podcast. That's HelixSleep.com/Dixie for up to 200 dollars off and two free pillows!   OUR LIVE SHOW: Did you ever wonder that mischief you could get up to if you were surrounded by thoughtful, supportive friends and lovers? The next Bawdy Storytelling live stage show is happening on Friday, July 22nd. Our theme for the night is ‘One of Us!' Bawdy is collaborating with the Bonobo network (the largest sex-positive community in the San Francisco Bay Area) for this evening of ‘Oh HELL Yes!' Stories. This show features Bonobo co-producer Misha Bonaventura, Queer Author R.A. Frick, music by brand-to-us new musical performer Michael Martinez (of ‘Coming Soon: The Musical) . This is our last Bawdy till late September so buy your tickets now (for the live performance, or the Livestream). Tickets at https://bawdyoneofussf.eventbrite.com   Wanna be the #ApplauseTiddies sponsor for our July 22nd show? Contact BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and let's make a plan. This month's sponsor will get Motorboated onstage in the brand new ApplauseTiddy bra, and you get to name my bewbs. A Revelation in Fit has my bra registry so let's do this thing, y'all!    Register for the Sex Geek Pro's Social Media Deep Dive: If you're ready to transform your sex-positive business and have clients and customers asking YOU when your next offering is…The key is Social Media! Learn how to create Social Media in an organized and savvy way from Reid Mihalko, Cathy Vartuli, Sunny Megatron, Midori and more. Get the latest updates, informed by people who are actually winning on Social Media in the sex-positive world. Find out more at https://reidaboutsex.com/smdd or https://reidaboutsex.mykajabi.com/store/hcdt72h5 Bawdy is coming back to Seattle! We've got a New venue, we'll feature brand new storytellers and we're so excited about our joyful reunion with the best community anywhere. Tell your friends that Bawdy's coming back, learn more about the show and buy Tickets at https://bit.ly/BawdySeattle2022   Patreon: Bawdy still exists after years away from our beloved live shows, and it's because of people like you who support this important work that we do. Plus you get exclusive rewards when you join (like free livestream tickets!) so please become a member of our Patreon family now at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy   Want to support Bawdy in another way? Here are donation links to make that easy:   Venmo: Venmo.com/BawdyStorytelling Paypal: paypal.me/bawdystorytelling Zelle: BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com CashApp: $DixieDeLaTour And THANK YOU!   Private Story Coaching: Storytelling for Self-Discovery can help you find, create and polish your own stories (this is my one-on-one private coaching option, and a recent client said ‘OMG, you just saved me 2 years of therapy, Dixie!' Why? Because together, we do the work and find what that story is really about for you) Do you want learn to tell a compelling, relatable personal true story? I can help you dig deep, gain understanding and communicate with clarity. Writing a memoir, creating a podcast, or want to learn brand storytelling for your business or another story-related endeavor? Email me at BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and let's make it happen.   Bawdy Got Me Laid perfume, Bawdy Butter & more: Dixie has created her own fragrance: You'll love #BawdyGotMeLaid perfume, scented with golden honey, amber, ylang ylang, and warm vanilla. There's also our (scented or unscented) creamy Bawdy Butter, Hair & Bawdy Oil, & more. Bawdy Got Me Laid Merchandise means you can deliver your own great smelling Motorboats while supporting Dixie and Bawdy. Get yours today at https://bawdystorytelling.com/merchandise   Check out our Bawdy Storytelling Fiends and Fans group on Facebook - it's a place to discuss the podcast's stories with the storytellers, share thoughts with your fellow listeners, & help Dixie make the podcast even better. 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Bawdy Storytelling is proud to be part of your sex-positive podcast collective!    Tags:   tiger hidden dragon internet online girls dot com blonde perky nipples credit card info guilty mom got home dinner lie everything masturbation stills Disney animals kay jewelry commercial porn smoking pot high school stealing pot dad gay separated found sweet daughter canister blazed high school hard copy gay porno told a story roofer jockstrap uncut schlong you seem upset sweaty red eyes crying forward didn't know women sex men didn't know jockstraps Valentine's Day gift baseline lingerie massive horse father heard onstage honey really search history college Debutante ball Parents Discovery Channel humping overstuffed chair long division muscles male lion grabs neck lioness slaughtered cubs humping mother worse feelings wrong ashamed feelings bubble up lions sitting jacuzzi apartment underage cooter hours water stream straddle hot tub thinking old halloween costumes staring masturbation addict child child sexual health counselor precocious Private lions private time uncomfortable little kid pretend mother fault expositive moratorium subject matter racy naughty blues clues Simpson's crouching   Want more Bawdy? www.BawdyStorytelling.com Follow us on Twitter: @Bawdy On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bawdystorytelling/ Like us at www.Facebook.com/BawdyStorytelling Join us on FetLife: https://fetlife.com/groups/46341 Support us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy Watch us on YouTube at http://bit.ly/BawdyTV Find out about upcoming Podcast episodes - & Livestreams - at www.BawdyStorytelling.com/subscribe  

Do the thing
Adam Webber: No Stranger To Podcasts, Discover Why This Podcast Expert Challenges You To Leave The House, Reflect, Start Conversations, And Record New Episodes For 7 Days

Do the thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 39:27


You are your own worst critic. But sometimes, the noise in your head keeps you from stepping out of your environment and doing the thing. Imagine what could develop if you let go of your inhibitions and embarked on a new journey. Today I chatted with Adam Webber, the creator of CallCast and frequent contributor to this podcast. In a recent panel interview for the Do The Thing Dating Dare Challenge, he challenged listeners with a Dare to record 7-10 podcasts of their own. Fear paralyzes people from just leaving their house and striking up a conversation. Completing this goal will help build the muscle needed to change that mindset and go after what really interests you. Here's why Adam believes in the power of setting goals, holding yourself accountable, and how to begin your own podcast challenge. In this episode, Adam discusses how these points of the Do The Thing formula help you take the first step: Overcoming fear Accountability Setting goals Asking questions Staying curious Reflecting Making it fun Ready to start the challenge? Learn how Adam makes recording, editing, publishing, and promoting easy at CallCast.