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Respect My Decision
Week 4 Recap: Fandom Clarity, Another Power 5 opening + Good Times in Lawrence

Respect My Decision

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 38:19


Del finds clarity in his fandom while backdooring a recap of the Miami loss to Middle Tennessee St. Both Texas A&M and Tennessee survived SEC tests in very different ways. Kansas is 4-0, not ranked and that doesn't matter. Pac-12 football in Los Angeles is alive and well. USC survives in Corvallis and UCLA is 4-0 too. Clemson escapes Winston Salem as Wake Forest executes the perfect gameplan. The Tigers can thank their embattled QB.  Respect my Decision with Del Olaleye is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Audioboom Follow Del on Twitter: @DELv2

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
SSS on the Farm Podcast 33 — Kannapolis Cannon Ballers 2022 season review — 2022-09-27

South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 40:23


Darren Black chats with Brett Ballantini about the highs and lows of the 2022 Kannapolis Cannon Ballers. Hey, did you know Kanny was a lot better in the second half with the 2022 draft class, after losing some players to Project Birmingham and Winston-Salem? See, you'll learn some stuff: Lead story: 2021 second-rounder Wes Kath, and what is imperative to see from him in 2023 This Wilfred Veras guy ain't bad Ditto DJ Gladney Colby Smelley was a catcher, now he's a masher The most exciting pitchers in all the system saw time in Low-A this year, so let's compare and contrast Norge Vera and Cristian Mena And not forget about out-of-nowhere, under-radar standouts like Kohl Simas and Tommy Sommer Is Jared Kelley back on track? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

dorkswithsporks's podcast
DWS S4 EP # 12 Willows Bistro

dorkswithsporks's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 25:37


ANNNNNNDDDDD...We are back.  The dorks are back at it after their bout with Covid.  Today, they are trying Willows Bistro in Winston Salem.  Does Willows Bistro live up to the hype?  Listen to find out! 

The Solid Verbal
College Football Week 4 Reactions & Highlights: A Saturday of Clunkers

The Solid Verbal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 86:31 Very Popular


Ty and Dan regroup after a frenetic Week 4 that saw Oklahoma and Miami go down, close calls for Oregon, Tennessee, USC and Michigan, overtime thrillers in Lubbock and Winston-Salem, and much more. Plus, Baylor puts it all together, Kansas stays unbeaten, Minnesota rolls Michigan State, Drew Pyne carves up North Carolina, and Arkansas-Texas A&M sticks to its zany script.Links:Buy tickets to see us live at http://www.solidverballive.comSupport the show on Patreon at http://www.verballers.comSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Inside The Forest: A Wake Forest Athletics Podcast
Heartbreak in Winston-Salem + FSU lookahead

Inside The Forest: A Wake Forest Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 56:10


Cam finally gets a chance to decompress and break down a double OT loss against the #5 team in the country, plus give a little lookahead to Florida State, which may or may not get played this week? 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

Home Moravian Church

Sept. 25: Sermon by the Rev. Andrew L. Heil, associate pastor of Home Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC. Gospel Lesson: Luke 16: 19-31.

CFB Nation
Clemson vs Wake Forest Preview and Prediction

CFB Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 21:59


A battle for potential ACC supremacy will rage this weekend in Winston-Salem when the fifth-ranked Clemson Tigers (3-0) take on the 21st-ranked Wake Forest Demon Deacons (3-0).  After a down year in the league, Clemson looks much improved and is outscoring opponents by an average score of 41.3 to 14.0. Wake Forest got quarterback Sam Hartman back in week two and he's looking to get on track.  The winner holds the inside track to the Atlantic Division title. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Camel City Chat
Camel City Chat Episode 70 with Cathy Robertson

Camel City Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 56:16


Home Moravian Church
Kingdom Economics 101

Home Moravian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 13:43


Sept. 11, 2022: Sermon by the Rev. Gus P. Chrysson, director of Christian education at Home Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC. Gospel Lesson: Luke 15: 1-10.

Home Moravian Church
Called to Account

Home Moravian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 19:47


Sept. 18, 2022: Sermon by the Rev. Andrew L. Heil, associate pastor of Home Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC. Gospel Lesson: Luke 16: 1-13.

Home Moravian Church
Brains. Heart. Nerve.

Home Moravian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 16:35


Sept. 4, 2022: Sermon by the Rev. Ginny Hege Tobiassen, pastor of Home Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC. Old Testament Lesson: Deuteronomy 30: 15-20.

Home Moravian Church
The Feeling is Mutual

Home Moravian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 16:08


Aug. 28, 2022: Sermon by the Rev. Ginny Hege Tobiassen, pastor of Home Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC. Epistle Lesson: Hebrews 13: 1-8.

Home Moravian Church
“The Appearance of Earth and Sky”

Home Moravian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 15:31


Aug. 14, 2022: Sermon by the Rev. Ginny Hege Tobiassen, pastor of Home Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC. Gospel Lesson: Luke 12: 49-56.

Home Moravian Church
Communion Meditation

Home Moravian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 15:19


Aug. 7, 2022: Meditation by the Rev. Andrew L. Heil, associate pastor of Home Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC. Scripture Lesson: Genesis 15: 1-8.

Home Moravian Church
Portion Sizes

Home Moravian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 14:08


July 31, 2022: Sermon by the Rev. Ginny Hege Tobiassen, pastor of Home Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC. Gospel Lesson: Luke 12: 13-21.

Forward - The Podcast of the Forward Thinking Chiropractic Alliance

Dr. Houser was born and raised in Morganton, NC. After graduating from Freedom High in 2007, he attended Appalachian State University where he graduated with a degree in Exercise Science, with concentrations in pre-professional studies. His minors were in Biology and Psychology. He went on to complete his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at National University of Health Sciences, attending both of their campuses, Florida and Illinois. He began practice in Winston-Salem, NC, and then moved to practice in Durham, NC. He is now happy to be back home at Alpine Chiropractic Clinic, and providing excellent chiropractic care to the people of the community he grew up in. Dr. Houser has been active in athletics since childhood, playing baseball as a child, wrestling in middle school and high school, and playing tennis and pick-up basketball games in college. During his time in Tampa Bay, he was a member of a beach volleyball league, and also served as a volunteer at several local races, triathlons, AVP tournaments, and The Sunshine State Games. While practicing in Durham, he worked under the previous team chiropractor for NC State and Duke Athletics. He also served as covering medical provider at the AVP First tournament in Raleigh, NC.Dr. Houser was a student ambassador at NUHS-FL & NUHS-IL. He served as the President of the Motion Palpation (MPI) club at NUHS-FL. He has also served multiple terms as ambassador for the Forward Thinking Chiropractic Alliance (FTCA). He is currently serving on the board of directors for the Blue Ridge Healthcare Foundation, which is a non-profit organization focused on raising funds to support the local hospital system in Burke County. His professional interests are in sports medicine, rehab, diet/nutrition, and lifestyle counseling. His personal interests are music, sports, video gaming, and outdoor activities with his wife Tara, and their dogs Whiskey & Sadie.

The Drive with Josh Graham
Wake Forest AD John Currie Interview (9-22-22)

The Drive with Josh Graham

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 10:32


Athletic Director of the Demon Deacons, John Currie, joined the show ahead of Clemson coming to Winston Salem to play Wake Forest.

Woman 2 Woman Inspire
Dealing With Panic Disorder

Woman 2 Woman Inspire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 40:41


Don't forget you can support our show by becoming a sponsor by simply following the link below: https://buy.stripe.com/bIYdTZ7yd5fgcuIaEF Jaceuelin Thomas Bio and links to books: Something resembling an artistic flare ignited within Jacquelin Thomas when she was just eight years old. She didn't realize her newfound interest in creative writing would become a lifelong passion. Her gift became buried under the weight of several degrees which kept her focused on other career pursuits, but her love for the written word never died. In 1995, the sleeping artist in Jacquelin was finally awakened. She fully immersed herself in writing and her first book, Hidden Blessings, was published in 1997 by Kensington Publishing. BET adapted this title into a made-for-television movie. In 2005, Jacquelin was an honoree at the Houston Black Film Festival for the movie adaptation of Hidden Blessings. Jacquelin is published in the romance, women's fiction, inspirational and young adult genres. She has published with Walk Worthy Press, Harlequin, Simon & Schuster, and Penguin Books. Jacquelin's young adult novel, Divine Confidential, was nominated for a 2008 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Young Adult Fiction. Her books have garnered several awards, including two EMMA awards, the Romance in Color Reviewers Award, Readers' Choice Award and the Atlanta Choice Award in the Religious & Spiritual category. She was the first recipient to receive the Writers Achievement Award at the North Carolina Book Festival in Winston-Salem. She also received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Romantic Times Magazine. Besides writing novels, her body of work includes several articles covering topics from the most romantic places to honeymoon to surf hostels, and destination weddings for bridal and travel magazines. Her credits also include several ghostwritten projects. Jacquelin released her 85th title in October 2019. She and her family reside in North Carolina. NEW RELEASES: EVIDENCE UNCOVERED: With young New Orleans women turning up dead, FBI agent Lanier Barrow is sure that the Crescent City Strangler is back. But proving it to distrustful lead detective Daniel Jordan means she must hide her tragic connection to the case. And with their uneasy partnership already troubled, even more dangerous secrets will put their lives on the line… https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09FFGDRP8 A FAMILY FOR THE FIREFIGHTER: He's a courageous man… But can he rescue himself? Firefighter Leon Rothchild had endured his share of grief. Still, honor compelled him to look after his late friend's ex-wife and daughter. Though it was obvious the lovely Misty Brightwater could take care of herself, she welcomed Leon into her three-year-old's life. Their family was a marvelous glimpse into the warmth of the one he'd lost and desperately missed. And perhaps it was the push he needed to risk everything again… https://www.amazon.com/Family-Firefighter-Clean-Romance-Island/dp/1335179887 HER HOMETOWN HERO (BOOK 2): Can a wounded hero Let go of the past? Wounded marine Trey Rothchild has returned to Polk Island. People call him a hero, but will he ever feel that way after losing his team? Reuniting with high school crush Gia Harris buoys his spirits. Though she's focused on making her physical therapy clinic a success—and avoiding romance https://www.amazon.com/Her-Hometown-Hero-Romance-Island/dp/1335426582/ All Her Books Can Be Found On Amazon! Don't forget you can support our show by becoming a sponsor by simply following the link below: https://buy.stripe.com/bIYdTZ7yd5fgcuIaEF --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thehealingplacepodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thehealingplacepodcast/support

Who Got Next? The Podcast
Episode 96: Davita Galloway, co-owner of Dupp & Swatt, Vol. 9

Who Got Next? The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 61:50


So, this week I completed the puzzle. Dion blessed the WGN pod on Vol. 1, and I said I would circle the block and pick up his partner so we can chop it up too! We are talking with Davita Galloway, co-owner of Dupp & Swat in Camp North End. Davita wears many hats - and I honestly can't decide what titles to add on this post so let's just sum it all up and call her a "Renaissance Woman" okay? She has one hell of a story to tell, and luckily for the WGN pod she was an open book and gave us some insight to who she is as a person. We discuss her growing up in Winston Salem and being the "smart kid" in class. Despite being the kid who got good grades, not everybody in class was feeling her achievements. She just wanted to be a normal kid and for everybody to like her, but they didn't make it easy for her. As she got older she started coming into her own as a person and wanted to experience new things and that's when she realized fashion was her dream. She admits during a portion of her journey she lost her way and needed to find her place of comfort to get back in sync; which is home, and home is where the heart is. Home is where Dupp & Swat was created! A good portion of this conversation stems from the memoir she wrote called 'Two Scraped Knees' and it gives a brief snapshot of the journey on who Davita is today! Enjoy the Convo folks! #WhoGotNext #CLT

Changing the Rules
E: 122 No Ordinary Soldier, My Father's Two Wars, Guest, Liz Williams

Changing the Rules

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 20:27


Transcription:Intro  00:04Welcome to Changing the Rules, a weekly podcast about people who are living their best lives and advice on how you can achieve that too. Join us with your lively host, Ray Lowe, better known as the luckiest guy in the world.Ray Loewe00:20Welcome, everybody. And thanks for joining us here at Changing the Rules. We're lucky enough this morning, we're sitting in our brand new podcast facilities in Willow Street, Pennsylvania, we have our super engineer Luke Cagno sitting here at the board. And he's the person who makes us sound good or not. So, I have to kind of behave when he's around because he can do damage to me. And we have a great guest today. But before we get into our guest, let me remind everybody that the luckiest people in the world, and that's what this podcast is all about, are people who take control of their own lives, redesign them to meet their own specs, and live them under their own terms. And the name of our show, Changing the Rules, is all about the fact that the luckiest people in the world managed to handle rules really well. You know, all our lives we're thrown new rules. Were given them by our parents when we're born. The church comes in and gives us rules. The schools give us rules, our jobs give us rules. And the next thing we know, we have rules all over the place and rules do two things. They tell us what we can't do and what we must do. And Steve Jobs, the Apple guy, the big Apple guy, came up with a statement a while ago and he said, you know, if you're living your life under somebody else's rules, you're not living your life. So we have a young lady today who is certainly changing the rules. She certainly has a fascinating life. And the real interesting kind of summary that I'm going to start with is that she's going to tell you that her life, all of her life was preparing her for a unique opportunity that she didn't know was going to come. But when it came, she had all the pieces together based on her life so that she was able to take advantage of an opportunity. So Liz Williams, welcome to changing the rules. Say hi to everybody.Liz Williams02:21Hi, thanks for having me, Ray.Ray Loewe02:23Okay, so let's start a little bit with your background as you grew up, where and how many family members did you have? Tell us a little bit about your background.Liz Williams02:33I grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs, which was a wonderful place to grow up. I had three sisters, two parents, my father worked nights, my mother worked a lot, and back in those days of the 50s and 60s, mothers didn't work that much. But she did work as a secretary. So I had two working parents, adored all my sisters. I lost my older sister, April, in 2008, which was a devastating blow but I still have two younger sisters. And it was a great place to grow up.Ray Loewe03:05Okay, so you had a relatively happy life growing up. And you went away to college, right? And where'd you go to school?Liz Williams03:11I went to Shippensburg State, which is a state college here in Pennsylvania, loved Shippensburg.Ray Loewe03:16And what did you major in?Liz Williams03:18I majored in urban studies, my father had died. The September I left for college, my father died. So I had to pick a major that I thought would be very, very practical. I picked Urban Studies, which was kind of an up-and-coming thing. City planning, that kind of thing. So that's what I picked and I enjoyed it. It was part geography, part political science. And I loved it, I loved all my college.Ray Loewe03:47Okay, and then you went into the workforce, and basically give us kind of a short version of what kinds of things did you do? What skills did you use in your jobs?Liz Williams03:59The first job where I worked for my County Planning Commission, which was Delaware County, and again, in suburban Philadelphia, I did a lot of actually going to meetings, local meetings, and so forth. And I realized when I was doing that, I love to write. That was the only thing about that job that I really liked. I found after about two and a half years, I was like no, I don't think this is for me. But I did love the writing and I never forgot that. One thing that I did do there that I enjoyed was we, myself, and the librarian there at the planning commission, they actually had a library in there because they had so much materials to store. We came up with a county library plan for the county and it was one of the early library systems. Up until then, local towns just had their own little libraries. But this was a county-wide system where you get a library card at one library and it's good for all of the libraries there. So we did the foundation for that. So that was something I was proud of there. But I would say after about three years, I followed in my older sister's footsteps and I became a flight attendant.Ray Loewe05:18Okay, now we're getting into excitement. Right? Okay, so the early years basically gave you the tools that you needed to write Liz Williams05:28Yes. Ray Loewe05:29And kind of taught you what to do, right? But also didn't give you any excitement in your life?Liz Williams05:36Not much. Ray Loewe05:37All right. So now you're a flight attendant, you're a woman of the world. So who did you fly for? Where did you go? What did you do?Liz Williams05:45I flew for Piedmont Airlines, which was based in Winston Salem, North Carolina. It was a regional airline for the South. It grew to eventually fly overseas. But I only flew for seven years, I'd had enough after seven years, but it was fun. I met great friends. I did get to see some of Europe, some of South America, some of the Caribbean, in my 20s, which was kind of unusual back then. Not that many people got to travel that much at that age, so it did make me meet a woman of the world, actually. And we flew for very little because we had discounts. Sometimes you'd fly for free. Sometimes you got moved to first class for nothing. So that was great. But as I say, after about seven years that kind of got tiresome too.Ray Loewe06:37Okay, so who did you meet on your flights that were interesting stories?Liz Williams06:41Oh, I had John McEnroe, once, who was truly rude. He wouldn't put his tennis racket in the overhead bin like he was supposed to, insisted on it going in the hang-up closet for the garment bags. And you know, I wasn't going to argue with him. I just wasn't going to get into it with him, because maybe he'd report me to the management or something, you know. So I didn't do that. And I had Lynda Bird Johnson, who was pregnant at the time. With her, I think it was her third child, and I never had children. So I never understood why you'd want to have three children. And so I actually said to her, are you pregnant again? It was rather rude, but you know, it just kind of came out. And I also had General Westmoreland on there who was very quiet, he had not done so well in the Vietnam War. And I don't think he was, you know, a very popular person. So he kind of sat to himself, but we all knew he was. But mainly, you know, the bulk of our customers were Southerners. And when I went to flight attendant training, I was from Pennsylvania, so I was the only one from the north and I was the token Yankee. I had never been referred to as a Yankee before and it was a little daunting, but you know, everyone was lovely. They weren't mean to me or anything was just an odd situation to, you know, realize that, oh my, they're different. And I'm different to them. And, you know, they still kind of think like that, but as I say, they were lovely.Ray Loewe08:20Yeah. So anyway, the first part of your life, you had a fairly happy childhood, you know, moving along got a good education and a sequence of jobs that taught you writing. And then you became more of a woman of the world out there. And then something happened. So let me read this for you. You're an author, you've written a book. And this is where we're going here. And the intro to your book over here is as a young man from a gritty Pennsylvania mill town enlists in the Army Air Corps, and heads to Hawaii, the paradise of the Pacific. There he and his buddies defend a O'ahu while it explodes and burns in the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the worst surges, his bombers squadron ships out to primitive Pacific outposts amid air raid, stifling heat, outbreaks of tropical disease. He clings to sanity through letters that he and his wife share. Letters found years later saved in the attic. A poignant event, wasn't it? Liz Williams09:30Yes. Ray Loewe09:31All right. And here's where your life came together in something that is significant, and I know it's truly meaning to you, so tell us the  story and fill in the details. Liz Williams09:46You set me up terrifically here, Ray. After seven years of being a flight attendant, I actually well, it was probably after six years, I started working at a part-time job. Because as a flight attendant, you have a lot of time off, you probably only work three or four days a week. The other days you're off. So I started working part-time at a printing company locally there based in Arlington, Virginia. And I always excelled in English. And I knew that I had loved to write. So I thought, well, I'll do this part-time, it'll be fun. So basically, I was just finding mistakes. But that job led me to look more seriously at my career and find something in writing and editing rather than being a flight attendant. So I did. So I ended up working for well, in Washington, they were known as beltway bandits. They were trade associations or organizations that would have contracts with the federal government. And they would write proposals and so there was some proposal writing I did for a couple organizations, then I went to work for a trade association. Then I ended up working for the federal government, I worked for the General Accounting Office, which is now called the Government Accountability Office, and the Congressional Budget Office. And in those jobs, I basically wrote and edited reports that were read by the public, they were ordered by a congressperson to investigate or study a program that was already in existence. For example, healthcare for the military, or a welfare program, something like that, they wanted to see where taxpayers' dollars being used to the best advantage. So a lot of the people employed by both GAO and CBO, Congressional Budget Office, were auditors, or economists, or technical experts in some way. So they would collect the data to study these programs. And then the writers and editors such as myself would come along and, you know, make it a finished product, make sure it was organized well, make sure the message was right up front, make sure there weren't spelling or grammatical errors. Because those kinds of errors would undermine the report, they really had to be perfect. And I became a tremendous expert in grammar, I know everything about grammar. And I enjoyed that, it was in a way an organizational task, deciding what goes where, and how it should be presented. And I loved it. I loved my work in Washington, I really enjoyed it a lot.Ray Loewe12:42Okay, so how did this get to the letters that we found?Liz Williams12:47Okay, I did diverge a little bit.Ray Loewe12:49Well, that's okay.Liz Williams12:50Okay. Well, in the early 2000s, my mother downsized, and I helped her clean out her house, and she found a big box of letters from my father in World War II. And she said, do you want these? And I said, yeah, I do. Because by then I had become a pretty good writer. And I looked at them, I said, you know, that's going to be a book, I want to write a book and that's what it's going to be. And when I first thought of the project, I thought, well, it'll just be a straight nonfiction book, it'll just be letters. But when I started reading them, they were very substantive. My father was an excellent writer. And my mother was a good writer, too. Now, he had saved her letters that she wrote him and sent them back to her for safekeeping. So I had a very rich collection, I had both sides of the correspondence. And I started reading and I thought, you know, I think this is really a story, it's not just going to be a collection of letters. So the book turned out to be a war story, a love story, and my story of getting to know my father. Because as I mentioned earlier, he died when I was 18, I really didn't get to know him like you would get to know your parent as a young person. And in the course of my research, I discovered that my father was most likely a gay or bisexual man. So I don't share this with most of my readers because it's rather the climax of my book. And I refer to it as a secret most of the times I talk about my book when I give a talk about my book. But for your audience, Ray, I'm gonna go ahead and just say what it is because there are no WWII stories out there that I know of, that have a gay theme. And I have one. And I don't know for a fact the trail was too cold to really track down men who had known my dad as a young man to really confirm this. But the fact is, I asked my mother about it. I asked my older sister about it, who, as I mentioned, passed away. And she's the one that really tipped me off about it. She said, you know, I interviewed her for the book because she knew him better than my other sisters or myself because as I say, he died young. She said, you know, I think looking back, I think Daddy was gay. And as soon as she said that, I was having an epiphany. I literally looked outside through her window at the leaves on the trees and they became well defined. That was the nature of the epiphany because so many things made sense when she said that. How he was so fixated on the fact that I shouldn't be allowed to wear bangs, so fixated on our hair, what we wore. You know, he had four daughters. There's one other book that I know of on the market. It's called Fun Home, that a young lady wrote who she had a father who was gay. Now, she didn't know it as a child that her father was gay. But she became aware of it because actually, he kind of preyed on young boys, which my father didn't do anything like that. So she came from a lot of dysfunction. But her book became a Broadway play and won a bunch of Tony Awards. But it doesn't have anything to do with World War II. This does, there were, according to my research, at least 40,000 men in the military in World War II who were gay, there were probably more. They did conduct tests and screenings to eliminate those kinds of men, so they wouldn't get in the service. But obviously, they didn't succeed in eliminating all of them. And a lot of them served like my father with a lot of dignity and honor and sacrificed a lot for our country. I think that should be recognized.Ray Loewe17:10So here you are, all of your background kind of culminated in this opportunity. And when it occurred, you knew what to do. And the book that you wrote is No Ordinary Soldier: My Father's Two Wars. Right? Liz Williams17:28That's right. Ray Loewe17:29You won an award for your book.Liz Williams17:32I did. In 2018, I submitted it to, I think, three contests. And one of them I placed as a finalist, there was one all-time winner, let's say top winner, and then there were two finalists in the genre, which was military history that I entered. And the award was the 2018 International Book Awards Contest, which is a contest that Publishers Weekly does recommend that authors enter. So it is a reputable contest. And I was just thrilled by the award.Ray Loewe18:02So let's kind of think about this. Well, first of all, you have a book out there, and everybody should buy this book, right? Just because you wrote it, and it's available on Amazon. Liz Williams18:15It has five stars. Ray Loewe18:16And what we'll do is we'll put a listing on our podcast notes when we're done so that people can find this. But I think the thing that's really interesting about you is how your background enabled you to be prepared to do something. And, you know, from knowing you, I think you consider yourself one of the luckiest people in the world because you've taken this career that was diverse pieces. And you're a writer. Liz Williams18:45I am a writer. Ray Loewe18:46And that's what you are going to be from now on. So, cool. So do you have any closing comments before we sum up?Liz Williams18:55I just want to thank you very much for having me, Ray, it's been a pleasure.Ray Loewe18:58Well, we've been talking with Liz Williams. Liz is a person who has written a book, an award-winning book, and it's available on Amazon through Kindle anytime you want to read it. And it's a war story. And it's not fiction. It's true, but it's how do you describe it? Liz Williams19:21It's a creative nonfiction book. It's actually a hybrid. It's a combination history memoir, and what they call creative nonfiction. In other words, it's a true story, but I use creative techniques such as metaphors, similes. It's a good read. It's not boring.Ray Loewe19:38And you're gonna make it into a TV series at some point, right?Liz Williams19:41Ken Burns, if you're listening, I'm available.Ray Loewe19:44Okay, so thanks, Liz for being with us. You're certainly one of the luckiest people in the world and you found your way to doing what you really want to do. And thanks for being here. And Luke sign us off, please. Outro  20:01Thank you for listening to Changing the Rules. Join us next week for more conversation, our special guest, and to hear more from the luckiest guy in the world.

Success Beyond the Lens Podcast
The Incredible Story of Jodie Brim Part 2

Success Beyond the Lens Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 28:09


In the last episode, Jodie Brim shared the story behind her business and how she got to where she is today. We're continuing the conversation with all the things she's done to build in balance while growing. There will be seasons of hustle but you should not be hustling 100% of the time.  One of the very first things Jodie did when she was able was to outsource her household stuff. Everything from cleaning to laundry to cooking is done by others because she hasn't had the time to run her business, be with her family and take care of the day to day drudgery.  I've talked about it before myself. Before I outsourced a single thing in my business, I outsourced my house cleaning. Sometimes taking care of your responsibilities at home is just the ticket for opening up the time and space you need during your day to make huge leaps in business.  Once she got her home situated, she began outsourcing her editing. Editing is so time consuming and for Jodie, while that part is necessary, spending time with her clients and preparing for shoots is more valuable than doing the nitty gritty of editing.  There are so many little steps that you can take while building your business to set yourself up for success, but Jodie's biggest tip, beyond even outsourcing, is to always know your numbers. If you don't know your numbers you really have no clue what your business can and cannot afford.  Then when your numbers are straight, “always be marketing!”  Need more amazing tips? Listen to the second part of “The Incredible Story of Jodie Brim” and hear them all. You won't be disappointed.    In This Episode: [00:52] Jodie shares some of the pivotal changes she's implemented in her business.  [03:26] Outsource. Outsource. Outsource. [06:06] But not just in your business. Outsource things in your personal life too. [09:24] Which task should be outsourced first. [11:46] New things she is working on for the future. [17:14] How to recognize burnout and what to do to keep from getting to that point. [22:07] Her actionable tips for you. [24:45] Why her favorite bible verse is Psalms 37:4. [25:20] Her favorite business tool is Dubsado. [26:04] She says she would take me to Eastern Standard for a drink if I came to Winston-Salem. Links and Resources: How To Move From Corporate to Entrepreneurship with Jodie Brim Find Jodie: Jodie Brim Creative Instagram | Facebook | Pinterest Find Jenn: Success Beyond The Lens @successbeyondthelens Instagram @successbeyondthelenspodcast Facebook | Picbabun Grab your Boundaries Resources Editable Welcome Packet Template Pinterest Freebies Consultation Connection Call

Wealth Guardians Radio
September 24, 2022 - Read the Fine Print

Wealth Guardians Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 24:23


On this edition of the Wealth Guardians Radio Show Brice and Garrett talk about the importance of reading the fine print when it comes to your retirement planning decisions. The Wealth Guardians Radio show is hosted by Doug Ray and broadcasts live each Saturday morning at 9:30 on Greensboro, NC's 94.5 WPTI FM and each Sunday morning at 9:30 on Winston-Salem's WTOB 98.0 AM.

Triad Podcast Network
Downtown Winston-Salem Podcast - Harvest Market: A SHARE Co-Op Grocery

Triad Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 23:28


Rev. Willard W. Bass, Jr joins the podcast to tell us about a new co-op grocery store that is just on the outskirts of downtown on Peters Creek Parkway.   603 Peters Creek Parkway Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336-283-3299 Info@Share-ws.coop The Triad Podcast Network is presented by The Ginther Group Real Estate, Ashley McKenzie-Sharpe with NEO Home Loans, ICON Custom Builders and Three Magnolias Financial AdvisorsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Greater Conversations
Episode 017: Crossnore Communities for Children & Miracle Heights Adventures

Greater Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


Andrew Florence, Director of Experiential Learning, and Holly Kessler, Senior Director of Communications at Crossnore Communities for Children, join us to share the impact the organization has made in Winston-Salem and throughout North Carolina for more than 100 years. A recognized leader in helping children who have experienced abuse or other trauma, their holistic model of care allows them to care for and nurture each child's mind, body, and spirit and reclaim, rebuild, and reimagine the essential belief in a safe, dependable home. Miracle Heights Adventures, located on the Crossnore campus, engages groups in experiential learning activities that embody the spirit of adventure, build resilience, and empower collective success. The 33-element aerial adventure park includes a 600-foot zip line and a one-of-a-kind Aerial Teams Course.

Inside The Forest: A Wake Forest Athletics Podcast
An early ACC Atlantic favorite will emerge as Clemson and Wake Forest meet in Week 4

Inside The Forest: A Wake Forest Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 19:17


Wake Forest hasn't beaten Clemson since 2008. But when the two teams meet in Winston-Salem on Saturday, the ACC Atlantic could be on the line in this early-season conference matchup! Host: Brandon Marcello Guest: Les Johns & Eric Mac Lain Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! 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

The College Football Daily
An early ACC Atlantic favorite will emerge as Clemson and Wake Forest meet in Week 4

The College Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 19:17


Wake Forest hasn't beaten Clemson since 2008. But when the two teams meet in Winston-Salem on Saturday, the ACC Atlantic could be on the line in this early-season conference matchup! Host: Brandon Marcello Guest: Les Johns & Eric Mac Lain Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! 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

Inside The Forest: A Wake Forest Athletics Podcast
Survival in Winston-Salem: Liberty Recap + Clemson lookahead

Inside The Forest: A Wake Forest Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 45:38


A game Wake thought they could sleepwalk in almost turned into a nightmare. What happened, who is injured, and what's next for Wake? 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

Thriving in Ministry | Daily Pastor
Making Disciples: MasterLife Together | Matt and Allison Willis

Thriving in Ministry | Daily Pastor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 36:17


On today's episode of the Thriving in Ministry podcast, we interview Matt and Allison Willis on Making Disciples, using the new MasterLife Together material.  Matt Willis | Allison Willis BioMatt and Allison Willis are the authors of the new book MasterLife Together, which releases October 3rd through Lifeway. MasterLife Together is an updated edition of MasterLife which has sold hundreds of thousands of copies and become some of the most frequently used discipleship materials over the last 40 years. Currently at Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Matt Willis is the Associate Pastor of Missions and Evangelism. Matt has a master's of divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and also co-authored Learning to Soar: How to Grow Through Transitions and Trials. Allison is a registered dietitian with a master's degree in dietetics and is a nutrition counselor. Allison edited a simplified version of Be Transformed: Discovering Biblical Solutions to Life's Problems, which she helped translate into South Asian languages and used to train women over- seas. Matt and Allison Willis met each other in college on an international mission trip over 20 years ago. While serving the Lord together is how their relation- ship began, they went on to serve as missionaries with the International Mission Board for 7 years in South Asia. I'm Kyle Willis, Founder of Talanton Church Services, and Dr. Dace Clifton, from DailyPastor.com, and a pastor from Central Texas is out on sabbatical.Websites and Other LinksMasterLife Together Discipleship CurriculumI Aim to Be That Man: Avery Willis Jr. BiographyDaily Pastor Online ContentTalanton Church Services

Sportslifetalk
SLT "You Got Next" with L'Tona Lamonte | Head WBB Coach at Winston-Salem State University

Sportslifetalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 41:46


Welcome to the SLT “You Got Next” series. This series is dedicated to the athlete/actor/entrepreneur who doesn't ask for any recognition, but continues to push themselves to limits that many didn't think they had. We see you and we want to let the world know who you are... we present to you the SLT next series and L'Tona Lamonte has "Got Next" Make sure you subscribe, like and follow us on IG, Twitter and Facebook @sportlifetalk. You can watch the live streamed show on our Sportslifetalk Facebook page and on our YouTube channel. On this episode B Jones and KT are joined by Winston Salem's Head WBB Coach, L'Tona Lamonte. She stopped by to share her basketball journey and tell the SLTNATION why she has "Got Next"

Sinner's Crossroads with Kevin Nutt | WFMU

Silver Quintette - "Sinner's Crossroads" [0:00:00] Fantastic Flower Singers - "Makes Me Feel Like Flying Away" [0:06:55] Detroit Motor City Singers - "I've Been Praying For So Long" - Lift Thy Savior Up [0:06:57] Peter Batchelor and the Fantastic Batchelorette Singers - "Lord Hold My Hand (While I Run This Race)" [0:11:49] Victory Jubilee Singers - "Poor Pilgrim of Sorrow" - Victory Jubilee Singers [0:15:04] Rev. Leon Pinson - "Makes Me Feel Like Flying Away To Be At Rest" [0:17:30] Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church , Winston-Salem, NC - "A Long Time Ago" [0:21:20] Sons of Harmony - "Farther Along" [0:26:14] Spiritual Light Singers - "When I'm Gone" [0:28:46] Swanee Quintet - "You Got To Move" [0:36:02] Rev. Douglas Bell - "Love Power" [0:38:28] Southern Four Singers of Detroit - "Save Me" - Got My Religion In Time [0:42:43] Mighty Mighty Travelers of Deatsville, Al. - "Live the Life" [0:46:20] Heaven Bound Travelers - "Leave Your Burdens" - Down At The Cross [0:50:07] Roscoe Robinson - "Right Now" - He Still Lives In Me [0:51:57] Jewel Gospel Singers - "He's Done Enough" - The Harvest [0:56:05] https://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/119742

Behind the Seams
Understanding and Using Motion Capture with Dr. Kristen Nicholson

Behind the Seams

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 37:01


My guest today is Dr. Kristen Nicholson from Wake Forest University, where she has been the Director of the renowned Wake Forest Pitching Lab since October 2018 as the head of biomechanics research.Dr. Nicholson is also currently an Assistant Professor in Orthopedic Surgery at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist in Winston-Salem, North Carolina as well as the President of the Baseball Biomechanics Association.In today's podcast, we'll talk about the value of motion capture in not only uncovering mechanical flaws, but also review some of the "big players" from a mechanics standpoint that can help improve velocity while at the same time, reducing the risk of injury.

Sportlanders, The Podcast
Ep 7 - The O'Leary Review - Guest: Sean Kennedy - Simbiotrek

Sportlanders, The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 38:58


As the Founder and President of Simbiotrek (sim-bē-ˈä-ˈtrek), Sean Kennedy wears many hats. Sean's roles include: transformation strategist and catalyst fractional COO for small- and medium-sized businesses small business peer advisory board coordinator and chair Sean works with entrepreneurs and business owners to unlock the potential trapped by the structure and capacity of their current business organization, and to build beautiful businesses together.   Sean has 20+ years of experience in software development. He's primarily concerned with Agile and Lean software, of which he is a practitioner, coach, strategist, and digital transformation leader. We delve into Sean's role in “digital transformation” and much more. Sean's clients range from: Multinationals to startups In the Americas to over in Europe and Asia Within the aerospace and automotive industry to industrial automation and insurance into health care, retail, technology, and telecommunications…he runs the gamut.   Tom Woods #TomWoods100 TomWoods.com TomSchoolofLife.com My goal is to get at least 100 people within the Tom Woods orbit on this show. We are building steady. Sean is the 5th person within Tom's orbit to come on the pod… First, if you don't know who Tom Woods is, you've probably been living under a rock, but Tom is a benefactor of mankind…and to my intelligence level. Check out TomWoods.com for a firehose worth of great content and then work your way to TomSchoolofLife.com. We need to keep the momentum going for this #TomWoods100 series. (And I apologize to Tom if I hijacked a hashtag he wanted &/or needed for another project…but I don't think so.) The point is—The O'Leary Review provides a platform for serious people to get the word out on what they are doing to make this world better. Also— our mission is to fight back against the crazy in this world. It exists all around us and we must eliminate it.   How I met Sean. I met Sean a few weeks back when he facilitated an accountability group within the Tom Woods School of Life that I am a part of.   “Blah blah blah…Austrian Economics…blah blah blah… I know nothing about that stuff.” Well, you should find out. And we provide a platform here—at least on the last few shows—where you can now jump on the Austrian train with relative ease. Over the last few podcasts, we've talked a bit about Austrian Economics and have provided resources in the various show notes. The following talk, however, is also worth your time if you have any inkling to discover more about why one should pursue Austrian Economics in even its basic forms. You'll likely discover that economics is indeed a field worth studying or exploring.  “The Attractiveness of Austrian Economics” by Tom Woods from July of 2013. https://youtu.be/DStLhWMRERM   More About Sean Lives in the Raleigh-Durham area after moving down from Toronto. Simbiotrek's office is in “Wake Forest.” Wake Forest, the town, is in the Raleigh-Durham area, also called the Research Triangle…not—as I found out doing a little cursory research—near Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. About a 2-hour car ride away! Notable son of Wake Forest: Bryce Love, former Stanford running back who had a phenomenal junior season at The Farm (Doak Walker Award, Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Year, Unanimous All-American, etc.). Attended Wake Forest-Rolesville High School. Love had one great college season after backing up Christian McCaffrey for two seasons then got hurt his senior year, playing off-and-on. Got hurt again—ACL tear—in his final college game, but was eventually drafted by the Washington Redskins, yet dealt with more injury trouble and never ultimately played a regular season game in the NFL. Great ballplayer.   Sean's early days were spent in Winnipeg, Manitoba and Kitchener, Ontario, however, and not in the Research Triangle.   Sean's rooting interest in the CFL is for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. https://www.bluebombers.com/   A couple of other famous sons of Kitchener, Ontario: Lennox Lewis Former Heavyweight Champion of the World. Last heavyweight to hold the undisputed championship. Moved to Kitchener at the age of 12. 1988 Gold medal winner at the Seoul Olympics (representing Canada).   Jamal Murray Utah Jazz guard. Currently recovering from a devastating ACL tear that caused him to miss the entire 2021-22 NBA season. Interestingly, Murray's father, Roger, competed in basketball against Lennox Lewis when they were younger and before Lewis started his boxing career. Roger also coached Jamal for a season at Orangeville Prep prior to the younger Murray going on to Kentucky to play for the Wildcats and coach John Calipari in the 2015-16 season. Murray's 20.0 scoring average is the highest for any freshman in program history and the highest single-season average for any player under Calipari in his time in Lexington. .... I am still trying to research the Canadian high school football rules Sean played under during his prep days and why it became a such a strange mashup of the Canadian and the American gridiron codes. Wikipedia has a “Comparison of American and Canadian Football,” but it does not do justice to what we were talking about in this episode. But, if you are not familiar with the code of Canadian football, but know the American code well enough—or vice-versa—this examination is a good start…  ... Game mentioned: 100th Grey Cup November 25, 2012 at SkyDome/Rogers Centre in Toronto. Toronto Argonauts 35 — Calgary Stampeders 22 Attendance: 53,208 Halftime show included Canadians: Justin Bieber, Carly Rae Jepsen, Marianas Trench, and the ol' troubadour himself, Gordon Lightfoot.   Sean's Core Values The Golden Rule The Stockdale Paradox   Sean Kennedy is a youth hockey coach in North Carolina One of Sean's videos takes the lessons learned from a youth hockey tournament into entrepreneurship. https://wthtm.com/entrepreneurship-and-the-new-business/entrepreneurial-lessons-from-youth-hockey/547/ Read Sean's article and watch the video. He teaches lessons on how coaching translates to the business world. It struck me when Sean mentioned Carolina Hurricanes head coach Rod Brind'Amour was watching this tournament. I think it was 10U or 11U. One of Brind'Amour's sons was playing in the same tournament. It stood out because Brind'Amour was one of my favorite hockey players in the 1990s. I've never been a big Flyers fan, but I really liked his Flyers team of that era, where he was the second-line centre. Eric Lindros led the “Legion of Doom” line with John LeClair and Mikael Renberg as wingers. I almost exclusively used the Flyers when I played NHL96 on my computer…and I did that a lot at one stage of my life. In real life, that Flyers club made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1997 but were eventually swept by the Red Wings (who won the Cup for the first time in 42 years). In that video game, it was hard to choose which future NHL general manager to put in goal for Philly: Ron Hextall or Garth Snow. Coach Terry Murray had a similar problem…both were good tenders. Rod Brind'Amour https://www.hockey-reference.com/players/b/brindro01.html Brind'Amour is now the coach for the Carolina franchise. It surprised me when I looked up his stats that he played for Carolina for so long, too. Ten seasons for the Canes to 7 as a Flyer. “Rod Brind'Amour” is also one of the great names in sports. Hard to type at times but rolls of the tongue nicely.   Better Entrepreneurial Action Network https://beaction.net/ Developed by Simbiotrek with the support of Economics for Business, a project of the Mises Institute.   Economics for Business https://mises.org/library/economics-business I only heard about this in the last several days Mises Institute has such a vast catalog of material…   Econ4Business.com https://econ4business.com/ Building a business, managing a project, launching an innovation – these are journeys from your imagination to the marketplace and customer satisfaction. We've systematized the journey steps based on the value generation principles of Austrian economics.   Simbiotrek Simbiotrek (sim-bē-ˈä-ˈtrek) get clarity · get alignment · get going https://simbiotrek.com/   Whatever The Heck That Means (Sean's Blog) https://wthtm.com/ Bikesheds & Dim Sum Entrepreneurship & The New Business Poems & Personal Things Links to YouTube channel   Sean aka MacGyver  @MacGyver on Twitter https://twitter.com/AkaMacGyver … we never got to ask if the alias has anything to do with Richard Dean Anderson being both a Canadian and a hockey enthusiast… for another day.   BrianDOLeary.com for more...  

Inside the Writer's Studio
Scott Turow (9/15/2022) Inside the Writer's Studio Episode #107

Inside the Writer's Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 44:49


Ahead of their appearance at the Bookmarks Festival in Winston-Salem, Charlie and Scott discuss Scott's new novel Suspect, touching on everything from what makes a thriller to rapid character development, creating villains, the American legal system, and more.

Camel City Chat
Camel City Chat Episode 69 with BROAD BRANCH DISTILLERY

Camel City Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 58:44


OC Talk Radio
Riding Along with Autism-Piedmont Pedego

OC Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 31:06


Today is the special story of Ryan Gustman, a gifted young photographer who traded in his car and shifted to riding an eBike full time instead.. Not in spite of his autism but precisely because of it. Taking him off the road and into the forgotten backroads of his beloved Winston-Salem area of North Carolina. Where he makes a living photographing old, abandoned buildings caught in that "liminal", shifting space between what they once were and are quickly becoming. Once alive but now forgotten. With some being "born again into something new (like a revived retail or restaurant location).  It's all part of what he's capturing and exploring on his Pedego City Commuter. As he moves beyond the boundaries of his own autism to becoming part of an even bigger narrative. "My eBike has given me the freedom to explore," explains Ryan, "at a slower, more human pace my autistic brain can better absorb and handle".  Both calming him and energizing him at the same time. Allowing him to grow and change and explore the world all around him. "In ways I could never have imagined". smiles Ryan. An imaginative tale of calm and change in this week's PEDEGO PODCAST. As we continue to chronicle the eBike Revolution (and the love stories of those riding along).

The Pedego Podcast
Riding Along with Autism-Piedmont Pedego

The Pedego Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 31:06


Today is the special story of Ryan Gustman, a gifted young photographer who traded in his car and shifted to riding an eBike full time instead.. Not in spite of his autism but precisely because of it. Taking him off the road and into the forgotten backroads of his beloved Winston-Salem area of North Carolina. Where he makes a living photographing old, abandoned buildings caught in that "liminal", shifting space between what they once were and are quickly becoming. Once alive but now forgotten. With some being "born again into something new (like a revived retail or restaurant location).  It's all part of what he's capturing and exploring on his Pedego City Commuter. As he moves beyond the boundaries of his own autism to becoming part of an even bigger narrative. "My eBike has given me the freedom to explore," explains Ryan, "at a slower, more human pace my autistic brain can better absorb and handle".  Both calming him and energizing him at the same time. Allowing him to grow and change and explore the world all around him. "In ways I could never have imagined". smiles Ryan. An imaginative tale of calm and change in this week's PEDEGO PODCAST. As we continue to chronicle the eBike Revolution (and the love stories of those riding along).

curiouser & curiouser Podcast
curiouser & curiouser Podcast: Episode 48 (Talking Movement & Motherhood With Suzie Vinograd)

curiouser & curiouser Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 64:03


Subscribe — and listen — to my podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify, or you can listen to the episode here!: This was such a fun episode for me to record, and I know you'll enjoy listening to it, too – particularly if you're the parent of a young child and value movement of any kind. (I know that applies to a lot of us!!) Suzie is lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, like I do, and we've been loosely connected for a while […] The post curiouser & curiouser Podcast: Episode 48 (Talking Movement & Motherhood With Suzie Vinograd) appeared first on curiouser & curiouser.

Coffee with Keith: Helping LGBTQ+ Christians Heal Religious Trauma, Construct Authentic, Affirming Faith, and Develop Healthy

Today, it is my joy on this Table Talks episode of Coffee with Keith, to invite author Carter Holmes to the show,  Carter speaks, life coaches, and organizes retreats for gay Christians.  He steps away from successful science and performing arts careers to share his twenties coming-out story in his upcoming book: Happy Gay Christian Hereafter-8 steps to reconcile your identity to family and faith or leave without regret.  Read your copy this October with the best-seller Amazon book launch for hardcopy and kindle.  Get on the Early Reader List for a free copy emailed to you!  What is Carter's mission?  Give people permission to choose their beliefs.  Look out for his upcoming TEDx talk called The power of loving without agreeing.  Carter lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  I hope you will enjoy my chat with Carter on this episode.  So, grab that coffee, have a seat at my table...and let's chat on this copy of Coffee with Keith.To connect with Carter:Facebook: happygayauthorInstagram: @happygayauthorTiktok: @happygayauthorEmail: carterholmes2@gmail.com (Get on the early reader list.)To connect with me on Instagram, visit here.Join my Patreon group and Support the show with just a $5 monthly gift.Free Support Group (LGBTQ+):  Christian Rainbow Group  Free: Interpret and Apply Scripture like a Scholar (Top of Landing Page)To visit my website and learn more or to get all my freebies, visit here.Jumpstart Your Healing 1-on-1 Coaching Coming Out 1-on-1 CoachingBisexual Relationship Coaching (Couple)Visit www.jkeithbrown.com and look at the top of the landing page to grab your FREE copy of this .pdf worksheet. Then, simply go through the steps and you will be better interpreting Scripture immediately. If you need more help, consider joining one of my Rainbow Champions group coaching journey. I think we all suffer stress in the crazy days. I wanted to offer you a FREE copy of my Create Your Calm guided meditation. Just click HERE to grab your copy.

Sports Podcasts - powered by SportsCarolinaMonthly.com
Where Are They Now - Triad All Stars - Episode 14 - Weds Sept 7th 2022

Sports Podcasts - powered by SportsCarolinaMonthly.com

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 27:14


Hosted by Ryan Smith Austin Pittman a senior LG/C/DT at Mount Tabor joins Ryan on the show. Austin talks about growing up in Winston Salem and his love for family. Austin reveals his team and individuals goals for this 2022 football season. Austin describes his hobbies off the field. @AustinPittman50 Coach Bernard Williams Jr head football Coach at North Forsyth joins the podcast. Coach Williams talks about why he got into coaching. Coach Williams talks about his playing career and all the places he traveled to. Coach Williams reveals the family fun that takes place in his household off the field. @BernardNFHS --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tobacco-road-sports-radio/support

The Mac Attack Podcast
Josh Graham on Wild CFB Games in the State of North Carolina

The Mac Attack Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 11:30


Josh Graham, host of The Drive on WSJS in Winston-Salem, joins the show to discuss the Tar Heels' wild win in Boone on Saturday, the budding greatness of Drake Maye and what NC State's narrow escape from Greenville means.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Why make
Why Make? Episode 44: Zeke Leonard

Why make

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 68:45


On this episode we talk with Zeke Leonard, a Syracuse, NY based educator, designer, musician and maker. Born in Charleston, SC Zeke started out early, getting involved in community theater while growing up in Winston Salem, NC. His interest in acting and set design & construction led him to a degree in Set Design at the NC School of the Arts. Zeke moved to NYC to follow the dream of a career as a theatrical set designer where he eventually became disillusioned with all the waste created by the making of beautiful things. His realization that a whole pallet of plywood ultimately ended up in the trash bin at the end of each season dramatically shifted Zeke's mindset. Following his love of making things by hand and building functional objects Zeke pursued an MFA in Furniture Design at the Rhode Island School of Design and worked as a furniture maker in NYC coop studios until the financial crash of 2008. Zeke now finds his life as an educator in the School of Design at Syracuse University and playing music on his homemade instruments brings him the happiness in community and family he has been searching for. We are music lovers here at Why Make? and we started this conversation with Zeke by trading funny stories about late night encounters at the Galax Fiddlers Convention in Galax, VA years ago… …and the tail end of one of those tall tales is a wonderful beginning for our conversation with Zeke Leonard!

Sox Machine
White Sox Wake-Up Call: Aug. 31, 2022

Sox Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 9:50 Very Popular


Good morning. Here's the rundown: LAST NIGHT: The White Sox lost their fourth in a row -- as well as the season series to Kansas City -- with a 7-4 loss to the Royals, but it's overshadowed by uncertainty over Tony La Russa's health. TONIGHT: Lance Lynn faces Kris Bubic, and we'll see if Miguel Cairo continues to manage the team. ON THE FARM: Birmingham, Winston-Salem and Kannapolis combine to go 0-3 while being outscored 19-2. Charlotte was rained out. AROUND THE LEAGUE: Two AL Cy Young contenders are dealing with injuries, Aaron Judge hits his 51st homer, the Dodgers win their 90th, and the wild card races start to separate from the rest of the pack. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Uncaged Clinician
How to be a better Leader & Owner? with Dr. Sarvar Pathan

The Uncaged Clinician

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 31:29


Ever wonder how some leaders run their company effectively and win wide praise, while others end up running their company into the ground?  No matter how good a leader you are, there will come a time when your best interests and the best interests of the company don't align. How do you ensure that your ego doesn't get in the way of the decisions you make?    This week Uncaged Clinicians, Josh Payne goes solo to interview our guest and current client, Dr. Sarvar Pathan. They will be talking about How Personalized Physical Therapy grows as quickly as it has in the last four years that creates work and life balance in his life.  Dr. Sarvar Pathan is the founder and CEO of Personalized Physical Therapy and Wellness, LLC in Winston Salem, NC. He and his wife founded the company 4 years ago and with the support and help of the Uncaged community, he now has 3 more PTs with respective niches, that serve over 5 counties in North Carolina. They will touch on such topics as: Being an entrepreneur, you have to have the ability to understand that there are things you can't control as a business owner and that is okay. Growing a business is about trusting other people to do the right thing.  People are the lifeblood of any business and depending on who you have running your company can quickly inch you towards success. As an entrepreneur, you should invest in the people in your business because they are as important to your business's success.  What is the mindset that you need to transform your life from average to outstanding? It's a small statement but it describes how you can approach life and business. There is safety when you have multiple counselors and wisdom around you.  Connect with Sarvar Pathan: www.pptaw.com  www.facebook.com/personalizedPTW www.Instagram.com/personalizedphysicaltherapy     If you're ready to join our community of Uncaged Healthcare Professionals and would like to know more about the Pathway Program Book a call with us www.calendly.com/coachingacademy   Additional Resources: When you are ready…Here are ways that we can help you to grow your practice:   Grab a copy of our books. The Concierge PT Success Formula is your roadmap to a six-figure mobile physical therapy practice. The Winning Mindset for The Mobile Entrepreneur is the perfect complement to dominate your own mind in order to grow and scale your business: https://www.uncagedclinician.com/offers/ba8hem4N   Join the UNCAGED Clinician Facebook community. YES, you have a community that you can immediately plug into where you can learn to grow a six-figure practice: https://facebook.com/groups/113576786080229

6-minute Stories
"Picking Up the Pieces" by Randell Jones

6-minute Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 7:36


Randell Jones is an award-winning writer about the pioneer and Revolutionary War eras and North Carolina history. For 13 years, he served as an invited member of the Road Scholars Speakers Bureau of the North Carolina Humanities Council. In 2013, the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution conferred upon him its national History Award Medal. During 25 years, he has written 100+ history-based guest columns for the Winston-Salem Journal. He created the Personal Story Publishing Project and the companion podcast, “6-minute Stories” to encourage other writers. He lives in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Sox Machine
Project Birmingham Morning Briefing: Aug. 24, 2022

Sox Machine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 12:34


Good morning. Here's the rundown: LAST NIGHT: Project Birmingham opened with a bang, with five A-ball prospects delivering multiple hits in their Double-A debut in the Barons' 11-7 victory over Mississippi. ELSEWHERE ON THE FARM: Charlotte beats up Louisville, a depleted Winston-Salem team comes up short against Asheville, but Kannapolis is buoyed by recently drafted bats. IN THE SHOW: The White Sox dropped the series opener in Baltimore despite spotting Dylan Cease an early lead. TONIGHT: We'll see how the Barons juggle a now-stacked lineup, and Lucas Giolito tries to pick up Cease for once. AROUND THE LEAGUE: The Angels are for sale, injuries and surgeries abound, the Guardians win, and the Twins lose (with another unusual rule call going against them). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
ATP Winston-Salem Preview + Outrights – Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022 | Tennis Gambling Podcast (Ep. 18)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 41:07


It's the 18th episode of the Tennis Gambling Podcast and it's time to analyze an underrated ATP tennis tournament in Winston-Salem. Scott Reichel is flying solo in this episode and he starts it off by recapping what happened over this past weekend in Cincinnati. Then, Scott breaks down the future markets for the Winston-Salem Open. Lastly, the show wraps up with the Lock & Dog picks. SGPN FREE SURVIVOR POOL - https://play.runyourpool.com/sgpn SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $100 and get a $100 FREE bet! - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Join Sleeper and get a 100% deposit bonus up to $100 - https://sleeper.com/sgp Support for this episode - OddsTrader.com/bluewire | DrinkTrade.com/sgp | Babbel.com/sgp |  Download Elias Game Plan in the App Store or Play Store today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The College Football Experience
Wake Forest Demon Deacons College Football Season Preview 2022 (Ep. 1092)

The College Football Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 40:28


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming 2022 college football season for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down the 2022 Wake Forest roster and key in on each and every game the Demon Deacons play in 2022? Can Dave Clawson and Wake Forest win the ACC Atlantic yet again? Can Mitch Griffis and Michael Kern step up and fill in well for Sam Hartman while he tends to his injury? Is Justice Ellison the next great Wake Forest running back? Does Wake Forest have one of the top wideout rooms in the ACC with AT Perry, Donovan Greene, Taylor Morin, Blake Whiteheart and Jaegar Bull? Is this the best and most talented offensive line of the Dave Clawson era in Winston Salem, North Carolina? Did Dave Clawson win the offseason by hiring well respected defensive coordinator Brad Lambert? Is Dion Bergan and FCS transfer Kobie Turner a couple names to watch along the defensive line? Will Ryan Smenda lead the Demon Deacons in tackling in 2022? Will the secondary be improved with the return of former walk on safety Nick Anderson? We talk it all and more on this Wake Forest Demon Deacons edition of The College Football Experience.   Wake Forest Demon Deacons 2022 Schedule Win Total O/U: 6.5 vs VMI @ Vanderbilt vs Liberty vs Clemson @ Florida State vs Army BYE vs Boston College @ Louisville @ NC State vs North Carolina vs Syraucse @ Duke ===================================================== SGPN FREE SURVIVOR POOL - https://play.runyourpool.com/sgpn SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp | DAVE.com Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sports Gambling Podcast Network
Wake Forest Demon Deacons College Football Season Preview 2022 | The College Football Experience (Ep. 1092)

Sports Gambling Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 40:28


The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews the upcoming 2022 college football season for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down the 2022 Wake Forest roster and key in on each and every game the Demon Deacons play in 2022? Can Dave Clawson and Wake Forest win the ACC Atlantic yet again? Can Mitch Griffis and Michael Kern step up and fill in well for Sam Hartman while he tends to his injury? Is Justice Ellison the next great Wake Forest running back? Does Wake Forest have one of the top wideout rooms in the ACC with AT Perry, Donovan Greene, Taylor Morin, Blake Whiteheart and Jaegar Bull? Is this the best and most talented offensive line of the Dave Clawson era in Winston Salem, North Carolina? Did Dave Clawson win the offseason by hiring well respected defensive coordinator Brad Lambert? Is Dion Bergan and FCS transfer Kobie Turner a couple names to watch along the defensive line? Will Ryan Smenda lead the Demon Deacons in tackling in 2022? Will the secondary be improved with the return of former walk on safety Nick Anderson? We talk it all and more on this Wake Forest Demon Deacons edition of The College Football Experience.   Wake Forest Demon Deacons 2022 Schedule Win Total O/U: 6.5 vs VMI @ Vanderbilt vs Liberty vs Clemson @ Florida State vs Army BYE vs Boston College @ Louisville @ NC State vs North Carolina vs Syraucse @ Duke ===================================================== SGPN FREE SURVIVOR POOL - https://play.runyourpool.com/sgpn SGPN Merch Store - https://sg.pn/store Download The Free SGPN App - https://sgpn.app WynnBET - Bet $50 Get $200 In Free Bets - https://sg.pn/WynnBET Support for this episode - IPVanish.com/sgp | DAVE.com Follow The College Experience & SGPN On Social Media Twitter - https://twitter.com/TCEonSGPN Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/gamblingpodcast Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/sportsgamblingpodcast TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@gamblingpodcast Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/sportsgamblingpodcast   Follow The Hosts On Social Media Colby Dant - http://www.twitter.com/thecolbyd Patty C - https://twitter.com/PattyC831 NC Nick - https://twitter.com/NC__NicK   Watch the Sports Gambling Podcast YouTube - https://www.sg.pn/YouTube Twitch - https://www.sg.pn/Twitch   Read & Discuss - Join the conversation Website - https://www.sportsgamblingpodcast.com Discord - https://sg.pn/discord Reddit - https://www.sg.pn/reddit   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices