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Yellow Brit Road
Yellow Brit Road 26 June 2022: Pride! - Glastonbury, Queer Protest Music, Interview with Desi LGBT Fest

Yellow Brit Road

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 48:04


What an eventful week on the Yellow Brit Road! We were at Glastonbury festival this weekend, bringing you live performances straight from Worthy Farm (or from our little Caruthers Hall basement... join us in mind and spirit!). We also had many performances by queer musicians playing the festival this weekend. I also got to chat to the creators and hosts of the Desi LGBT Fest, a festival celebrating queer identities, art and expression within South Asian communities around the world (**FULL INTERVIEW OUT THURSDAY)! This week's setlist: Rina Sawayama Suede Skunk Anansie Rufus Wainwright (live) Kae Tempest Arlo Parks (live) Little Simz and Cleo Sol (live) Denise Chaila (live) Grace Petrie Tom Robinson ('77 live) Find this week's playlist here. Do try and support artists directly, all Bandcamp links above are 100% fresh and ethically sourced. x Do touch that dial and tune in live! We're on at CFRC 101.9 FM in the Kingston area, or on cfrc.ca, Sundays 8 to 9 PM! (Full shows are available in the archive for 3 months from release) Get in touch with the show for requests, submissions, giving feedback or anything else: email yellowbritroad@gmail.com or tweet @YellowBritCFRC. PS: submissions, cc music@cfrc.ca if you'd like other CFRC DJs to spin your music on their shows as well. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yellowbritroad/message

The FORT with Chris Powers
#227: Mike Boyd - Going Deep on the Business of Family and How Families Can Achieve Multi-Generational Success

The FORT with Chris Powers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 84:11


Mike Boyd is an Australian Entrepreneur, CEO & Investor. Mike started his entrepreneurial career at age 11 selling lost golf balls and didn't look back, going on to cofound no less than 7 businesses before the age of 25. Mike is a relentless innovator and is always trying to find new ways to innovate and solve problems using technology. Mike now dedicates a portion of his time to managing investments in alternative assets via the family's investment vehicle, Mudbrick Capital, and running The Business of Family Podcast. On this episode, Chris and Mike uncover best practices for building a successful multi-generational family and discuss the work that goes into planning for a successful family – it takes work! They also chat about how wealth is transferred from generation to generation without creating entitlement and deep dive into how the Founding Generation interacts with Generation 2. Enjoy! Learn more about Chris Powers and Fort Capital: www.FortCapitalLP.com Follow Fort Capital on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/fort-capital/ Follow Chris on Twitter: www.Twitter.com/FortWorthChris  Follow Chris on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/chrispowersjr/  Subscribe to The Fort on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJ32shRt8Od3MxMY-keTSQ Follow The Fort on Instagram: www.Instagram.com/TheFortPodcast (02:41) - Mike's Background and Career (06:15) - Living and Working Abroad VroomVroomVroom (07:59) -  How did you get into the digital side of entrepreneurship? Yellow sunglasses party guy (12:22) - What are trends are you seeing in travel right now? (15:25) - Did Australia provide some kind of governmental assistance during the pandemic? (16:59) - Mike's ‘The Business of Family' Podcast (21:21) - Why is this something your are passionate about? (5:17) - Does 3rd generational wealth ever happen by accident? (29:23) - If wealth usually dies in the 3rd generation of a family, how long does it typically take for the next founder generation to come along? (30:41) - Is the loss of generational wealth solely based on an increased number of members in a family? (34:38) - When a family gets to a size of a public company, do decisions still get made within the family, or are there outside decision-makers at play? (36:57) - What are the mechanisms you've seen work or not work when a clash within the family happens? (40:41) - Does the legacy operating business normally come from the founder wanting to pass the business down or from the 2nd generation wanting to take over? (43:04) - What are best practices for first-generation families to do if their hope and desire are for the kids to take over the business? Family Wealth by Jay Hughes Jr. (51:03) - When's the best time to start telling your children that you're wealthy? The Family Board Meeting by Jim Sheils (58:16) - Do you include your parents in the family enterprise or are you resetting the culture? (1:02:59) - How do you guarantee that the second generation will fail? (1:06:00) - How have you seen families handle an outlier child that is suffering due to drugs or other problems? (1:10:02) - Generational resiliency through divorce (1:12:25) - What's the best way to set guidelines for the next generation's behavior that is tied to an inheritance? (1:12:25) - How important is it that the founding patriarch and matriarch are aligned? (1:14:11) - What are the best practices for introducing your children into your business? (1:17:32) - In a situation with multiple kids who are qualified to be the leader of the enterprise, what do you do? (1:20:07) - What would you recommend for people who want to do this for their own families? (1:22:47) - How can people get in touch with you? The Business of Family podcast thebusinessoffamily.net Mike on Twitter The Fort is produced by Johnny Podcasts

Yellow Van Travels: A Family Travel Podcast
Episode 89: Changes to Yellow Van Travels

Yellow Van Travels: A Family Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 8:44


Hear about the changes we are making to Yellow Van Travels and what you can expect from us moving forward. 

Yellow Seats Podcast
La récession s'en vient-elle réellement? Avec Julien Brault | Yellow Seats Podcast #76

Yellow Seats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 90:59


Dans cet épisode du Yellow Seats Podcast, nous vous présentons notre invité Julien Brault, un ancien journaliste devenu CEO de Hardbacon. Dans cet épisode, nous discutons notamment de la récession, de finance personnelle, mais aussi du modèle d'affaire de Hardbacon. Si vous voulez de l'aide pour vos finances personnelles, télécharger dès maintenant l'application Hardbacon et écoutez cet épisode! Bonne écoute! -- Pour en savoir plus sur notre invité ⬇️ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/hardbaconca/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/julienbrault/ LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/julienbrault/?locale=en_US Website : https://hardbacon.ca/fr/ -- Un podcast divertissant et éducatif sur l'entrepreneuriat encourageant le développement d'entreprises locales!

Ultra Hope Girls: A Danganronpa Podcast
"The Yellow Birch Tree" - DR3 Anime, Episode 9

Ultra Hope Girls: A Danganronpa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 51:28


This episode SPOILS the Danganronpa series through Episodes 9 of the DR3 Anime (Future and Despair Arcs). This time on the Ultra Hope Girls podcast, Madi, Meryn, and Caroline discuss the true consequences of loving anime. Become a patron at https://www.patreon.com/ultrahopegirlspod to get access to extra content for as little as $2/month! Check out Caroline's Classes: https://www.thespillinginkschool.com/ https://outschool.com/teachers/Caroline-Orejuela#usQD0AuCxe Learn more about the Ultra Hope Girls: http://ultrahopegirls.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ultra_podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ultrahopegirls/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@ultrahopegirls?lang=en Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/ultrahopegirlspodcast Subscribe to our YouTube Channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrFW7oDF1_f_jw2Gggqvsng --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ultra-hope-girls/message

Love sport podcast network
Forever Yellow and Black - post Geelong Rd 15, 2022

Love sport podcast network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 21:11


Paul looks back at the Prestia knock out and close loss to the cats. Should the game have red cards?

Minnesota Military Radio
The Minneapolis VA Health Care System

Minnesota Military Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


This week we are recorded live from the Minneapolis VA Health Care System where we learn about Community Based Outpatient Clinics, Veterans Benefits Administration and the Whole Health Program. Guests include: Director Patrick Kelly – Minneapolis VA Health Care System … Continue reading → The post The Minneapolis VA Health Care System appeared first on Minnesota Military Radio.

Truth Talk
Truth Talk Podcast 6/25/2022 = 6/20/2022

Truth Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 39:39


Truth Talk 6/25/2022 = 6/20/2022 Original date *Flooding in Yellow stone Park *West coast drought recap *President Joe bidens words *Flooding in Ghana Africa and More --- 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/samuel-rogers/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/samuel-rogers/support

Arsenio's ESL Podcast
TOEFL iBT | 1 on 1 Coaching | Integrated Essay | Yellow Cedar: Correlative Ideas

Arsenio's ESL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 34:04


Ahhh, this one was SO GOOD! It couldn't be denied! Three months ago, I had an amazing coaching session with one of my lovely students who has since passed the test. In this podcast, I breakdown exactly HOW she correlates her ideas and if it doesn't, question it. Put yourself into the shoes of the examiner and those that grade your essay and ask yourself "how " would you question both ideas back to back. Stay tuned!TOEFL iBT Reading Course: https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-ibt-reading-courseTOEFL iBT Writing Course: https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-ibt-pre-writing-courseTOEFL iTP Course (Reading): https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-itp-reading/buyTOEFL iTP Course (Structure): https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-itp-structure/buyTOEFL iTP Course (Written Expression): https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-itp-written-expressionTOEFL iTP Course (Listening): https://arsenioseslpodcast.podia.com/toefl-itp-listeningInstagram ESL Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/arsenioseslpodcast/Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7hdzplWx6xB8mhwDJYiP6fFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Arseniobuck/?ref=bookmarksYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIzp4EdbJVMhhSnq_0u4ntABuzz sprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/165390

Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life
No Blue Without Yellow & Orange

Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 9:04


I read a quote by Van Gogh a bit ago and it stuck with me. I know he didn't necessarily intend on my understanding of his quote, but this is also a peek into how my brain works- so beware! ;) Michelle@GrowBy1.com SEARCH ENGINE --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/michelle-burkhard/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michelle-burkhard/support

Books and Boba
#182 - June 2022 Book News

Books and Boba

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 50:44


On this episode, we highlight the latest book and publishing news in Asian American literature for our June 2022 mid-month check-in, and maybe get a little heated about what a certain white dude said on the internet.New books and authors mentioned in our publishing news:Aisha Saeed - Forty Words for LoveAxie Oh - The Floating WorldMaia & Alex Shibutani - Amazing: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Who Inspire Us AllCharlotte Cheng - Icy FruitHope Lim (writer) & Shahrzad Maydani (illustrator) – SourgrassColleen Kong-Savage - Piano Wants to PlayVeera Hiranandani (writer) & Vesper Stamper (illustrator) - The GreatestRaakhee Mirchandani (writer) & Laurie Wallmark (illustrator) - An Extraordinary Life: Kalpana ChawlaVanessa Le - The Last BloodcarverVicky Fang (writer) & Luisa Leal (illustrator) - Sniff and Scratch (series)Jocelyn Chung (writer) & Julia Kuo (illustrator) - When Love Is More Than WordsMiles Burks - Encore!Han Kang (translated by Emily Won) - Greek Lessons & Human ActsRajani LaRocca (writer) & Nadia Alam (illustrator) - MauntieMarie Lu - Stars and SmokeKealani Netane (writer) & Dung Ho (illustrator) - Tala Learns to SivaFaith Kazmi (writer) & Christine Almeda (illustrator) - Box of DreamsYangsook Choi - A Letter to OlivoAaron Chan (writer) & Josiane Vlitos (illustrator) - The Broken HeartRitu Hemnani - Three Colors of HopeSharon Fujimoto-Johnson - The Mochi MakersLinda Sue Park (writer) & Lenny Wen (illustrator) - Smiling EyesEmily Satoko Seo (writer) & Mique Moriuchi (illustrator) - The Perfect SushiHanh Bui (writer) & Minnie Phan (illustrator) - The Yellow Áo DàiHanh Bui (writer) & Bao Luu (illustrator) - Ánh's New Word*Support the podcast by purchasing books at our bookshop *Follow our hosts:Reera Yoo (@reeraboo)Marvin Yueh (@marvinyueh)Follow us:FacebookTwitterGoodreads GroupThe Books & Boba May 2022 pick is Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda LoThis podcast is part of Potluck: An Asian American Podcast Collective

Impact Radio USA
"Dr. Paul's Family Talk" (6-24-22) TWO HOUR SHOW

Impact Radio USA

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 120:00


NOW YOU CAN CLICK ON THE TIMELINE TO FIND YOUR FAVORITE SEGMENT(S) OR LISTEN TO THE WHOLE SHOW! Please check out our full TWO-HOUR radio show, or snippets contained within, from Friday, June 24, 2022, wherein we discussed: 0:00 - Hello, Introduction, Update, and Today's Show Details 7:25 - Grocery Carts, Part 2 14:51 - Arrogant Al Officially Entered the Fray! 18:08 - Boston Red Sox Uniforms? Yellow and Blue? YIKES! 20:04 - The Emails Here .... Does Al See Them? 22:12 - Leadership Lessons Learned from SPARKY ANDERSON, Part 2 32:15 - Classic LIVE SINGING Segment, wherein "Operatic Olivier" came in to sing "Quando, Quando, Quando", by Engelbert Humperdinck. As Al always says, what could possibly go wrong? 51:36 - Paul's Interview With Musician, Recoding Studio Owner, Indie Label Owner, and Podcast Host, LEE McADAMS 1:25:47 - Upcoming Schedule and Upcoming Guests 1:27:06 - Open Letter from DR. JAMES DOBSON - What are They Doing to Our Children? As a reminder, you can catch all of our live shows on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11:00 am (ET) on "Impact Radio USA", through the following site: http://www.ImpactRadioUSA.com (click on LISTEN NOW) (NOTE: Each live show is also repeated at 2:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., and 11:00 p.m. ET on the same day) Enjoy!

Spotlight On...
Rah Lowry

Spotlight On...

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 38:54


Rah Lowry is a visual artist living in Oxford, Mississippi, that works in illustration and sculpture. With a newborn and a one-year-old providing inspiration, the young father sits down to share with us about life growing up in New York and Atlanta, his time in Miami and involvement with Art Basel, and his new peaceful life in Mississippi. Find Rah:https://exceliusart.com/https://www.instagram.com/Exceliusart/Find us:www.TheLittleYellowBuilding.comwww.tlybARTMAG.com Support the show

The Marketing Book Podcast
389 Black Goldfish by Stan Phelps

The Marketing Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 65:20


Black Goldfish: 10 Keys to Creating a Differentiated Experience by Stan Phelps About the Book: Your brand today is no longer what you tell people it is. It is the differentiated experience (DX) your employees deliver. It is what you stand for and how your customers feel about you. And most importantly, your brand is what your customers and employees tell others about their experience. Black Goldfish is an amalgam of the first 10 colors in the Goldfish Series. The color black happens when you put all the other colors together. Here's a quick overview of the colors and 10 keys to creating a differentiated experience: PURPLE - little things that add value or make it easier for customers GREEN - little things that drive engagement and reinforce culture for employees GOLDEN - little things for your “vital few” employees and customers BLUE - leveraging technology, data, and analytics to improve customer experience RED - embracing purpose in business to benefit employees, customers, and shareholders PINK - differentiating by defying normal and exploiting imperfection YELLOW - contributing to the happiness of customers, employees, and society DIAMOND - excelling under pressure in sales and client management GRAY - leading across the five generations in the modern workplace SILVER - rising above distractions to communicate both loud and clear About the Author: Stan Phelps is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and workshop facilitator. Stan is a TEDx speaker, and an IBM futurist and his writing has been syndicated on top sites such as Forbes, Customerthink, and Business2Community. He has spoken at more than 500 events across Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Ecuador, France, Germany, Holland, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Peru, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, the UK, and the US. Prior to professional speaking, Stan had a 20-year career in marketing that included leadership positions at IMG, Adidas, PGA exhibitions, and Synergy. At Synergy, he worked on award-winning experiential programs for top brands such as KFC, Wachovia, NASCAR, Starbucks, and M&Ms. He is the author of The Goldfish series of business books which includes Purple Goldfish, Green Goldfish, Golden Goldfish, Blue Goldfish, Pink Goldfish, Yellow Goldfish, Gray Goldfish, Red Goldfish, Diamond Goldfish, Silver Goldfish, and one other book – Bar Tricks, Bad Jokes And Even Worse Stories: 101 Bar Tricks, Riddles, Jokes and Stories. And, interesting fact – Stan also has a law degree! Click here for this episode's website page with the links mentioned during the interview... https://www.salesartillery.com/marketing-book-podcast/black-goldfish-stan-phelps

Rex Radio
Yellow (Coldplay cover)

Rex Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 4:34


Yellow (Coldplay cover) by Shut Up Dog Productions

Conversations With Matt Dwyer
Sarah La Puerta

Conversations With Matt Dwyer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 50:47


Sarah La Puerta is a solo artist who has played with Thor & Friends and Tele Novella. She joins Dwyer to talk about he life dealing with dead rabbits, living among the Amish, learning how to do anything for ourselves before the end times, and how a church was her domicile during the pandemic.Part 2 Of Sarah's Conversation HEREOpening Song, Tangerine and Yellow from Sarah's album Strange ParadiseSarah La Puerta's websitePerpetual Doom's BandcampSarah's Instagram Perpetual Doom InstagramThemattdwyer.comKelly R. Dwyer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Without A Net Podcast
Vampire: The Masquerade - Season 2, Episode 11: The Queen in Yellow

Without A Net Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 55:15


Missy and Art follow the Queen in Yellow, and learn many different things. --- Intro & Outtro Music by: Jack Le Breton Website: jacklebreton.com Twitter & Instagram: @Jack_Le_Breton   Website: https://www.Withoutanetpod.com Discord link https://discord.gg/TbE5Ajc If you like the show, swing by our Patreon where you can get access to over 15 extra hours of content. https://www.patreon.com/posts/43800673 Email us: Withoutanetpod@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WithoutANetPodcast Copyright: Without A Net Podcast 2021   Disclaimer: This Vampire: The Masquerade chronicle is a non-official, fan-created work by the Without A Net Podcast.  Portions of the materials used in this Actual Play are the copyrights and trademarks of Paradox Interactive AB and are used with their permission.  All rights are reserved.  For any further information in those regards you can find them at worldofdarkness.com.

Orlando Lions Den Podcast
Road warriors vs Revs, Dub at home vs Houston, Yellow cards, roster talk and more!

Orlando Lions Den Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 67:13


The boys are back to review the 4 point week!The road warriors continue their road form w/a point in NE2-1 nail bitter at home for 3 pointsJansson yellow feverRoster jugglingTransfer window needsMLS/APPLE tv dealStuds/duds and more!Tune in! rate and review!  VAMOS ORLANDO 

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast
Yet Another Tech Company with Robert Goss

The Logistics of Logistics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 53:22


Robert Goss and Joe Lynch discuss Yet Another Tech Company. Robert is is Co-Founder and CEO at YAT which stands for “Yet Another Technology” Company, a cutting-edge Logistics Augmentation Engine. About Robert Goss  Robert Goss is Co-Founder and CEO at YAT since its founding in 2020. Prior to YAT, he spent a short time building healthcare data solutions at Waystar. His logistics industry background was rooted in the Data Science team at YRC Worldwide, now Yellow, working on various data focused projects including sales focused analytics and a machine learning driven single view of customer platform. A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, he has a bachelor's degree in finance. About YAT YAT (Yet Another Tech Company) is not just a clever name; it's a cutting-edge Logistics Augmentation Engine. The platform empowers brokers with pricing and capacity management tools, each driven by algorithms based on a dual market approach that reduces the fragmentation and anxiety in a broker's world and tech stack. With a focus on helping brokers simultaneously grow both margin and revenue, YAT's holistic approach provides brokerage leadership the technology tools needed to execute data driven strategies for their niche and customer base. Key Takeaways: Yet Another Tech Company YAT enables brokers to grow their business that fits their carrier network. YAT allows your company's sales team to operate like seasoned veterans by providing them with the following: Advanced quoting algorithm provides pricing for full, partial and multi-stop loads across all equipment types Simple UI with extensive insight for advanced users Customer segmentation automates margin management by account and equipment type Exception management and flagging system centralizes and disseminates tribal knowledge in real time Data cleaning and validation ensures historical rate integrity YAT empowers employees to continuously improve their productivity by enabling them to become more efficient, more informed and more confident. Brokers leverage YAT Augmented Logistics technology to provide a single source of truth, remove efficiency barriers, reclaim Sales & Ops manager time, gain visibility into carrier & customer interactions and surface crucial insights in every-day workflows. Learn More About Yet Another Tech Company Robert's LinkedIn YAT LinkedIn YAT The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube

Tony P. Oddcast
Creamy & Yellow

Tony P. Oddcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 13:12


Cheese-lovers can now wear their favorite dairy product on their fingertips, thanks to Velveeta and British nail polish brand Nails Inc. A limited-edition set of two cheese-scented polishes will cost cheese fanatics $15 on the Nails Inc. website. It includes two shades: "Finger Food," a bright red, and "La Dolce Velveeta," a creamy yellow color. Find everything Tony P at https://www.tonyphenderson.com Music: Greg Klyma https://www.klyma.com I hate the news. Like, really hate the news. It's mostly just politics, and death, and scare tactics. So I decided to create my own news show - for people like me who hate the news - with nothing but funny and wacky stories from around the world. I call it Tony P. Oddcast.

UBC News World
Get The Best Price For New Oval Cut Large Yellow Diamonds With Custom Bracelets

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 3:00


Searching for reasonably priced natural yellow diamonds from a trustworthy seller? Contact Bid Global International Auctioneers (+1 201- 981-3763) today for the best value for your GIA-graded diamonds and get customizable settings for free! Interested? Find out more by visiting https://bidglobal.com (https://bidglobal.com)

BEYOND BARRIERS
Episode 217: Authenticity and Forging Your Own Path with Bridgewater Associates' Robyn Shepherd

BEYOND BARRIERS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 49:40


How did you decide what you wanted to be when you grew up? Some of us are still trying to decide. Things don't always go as planned, especially when it comes to our careers. Whether we were looking to get promoted, change jobs, or transition into a new role — being curious and taking risks is part of growing professionally. For this podcast, Robyn Shepherd, Partner and Head of Corporate Engagement at Bridgewater Associates tells us about her risk-taking experiences and making her voice heard. She also tells us about how to ask for the help you need to succeed.  Robyn grew up with an exposure to a great education but lacked awareness for the vast possibilities it could take her in her career. As she grew in her professional life, she understood that she needed to prepare to seize the moment when opportunities unexpectedly came her way. She feels it is as important to know what you don't want to do as it is to know what you do want to do and be aware of what you're passionate about. Success involves building great professional relationships and the best way to make those connections is being authentic–something Robyn is known for. Her positive energy will lift you up and give you ideas on how to take a new path at work. Visit https://www.iambeyondbarriers.com where you will find show notes and links to all the resources in this episode, including the best way to get in touch with Robyn. Highlights:  [02:22] Robyn's journey [10:10] Stepping into new opportunities with courage [13:28] How to make important decisions [16:25] Creating opportunities and forging your own path [19:22] How to locate the decision makers [21:45] Making sure your voice is heard [24:15] Habits and hacks for think time [26:09] The importance of realizing what you don't want to or can't do [30:18] The vital role of community, advocates, and mentees [35:29] Asking for help [40:21] Looking for an advocate [43:42] Being authentic about building professional relationships [45:58] Lightning round questions Quotes: “When you don't know what you want to do, do the hardest thing you can so that you're set up when opportunity comes knocking.” – Robyn Shepherd “Preparing for the worst isn't the only thing, it's also about imagining the opportunity.” – Robyn Shepherd “Saying yes to something means you are saying no to something else.” – Robyn Shepherd Lightning Round Questions: What book has greatly influenced you?  “The Daily Stoic” by Ryan Holiday What is your favorite inspiring quote or saying?  “How long are you going to wait before you demand the best for yourself?” - Epictetus, Greek Stoic Philosopher What is one word or moniker you would use to describe yourself?  Tough What is one change you've implanted that made your life better?  When my kids get home from school, I do everything I can to not be working and having half-hours of transition.  What power song would you want playing as you walk out onto a stage?  “Black and Yellow” by Wiz Khalifa  About Robyn Shepherd: Robyn Shepherd joined Bridgewater Associates in 2004 and is currently the Head of Corporate Engagement. Reporting to the CEO, Robyn oversees the firm's public affairs, communications and branding functions, as well as the company's initiatives for operational sustainability, social responsibility, and plays a leading role in Bridgewater's Diversity and Inclusion efforts. She is a Partner of the firm and a member of the Operating Committee and Commercial and Business Strategy Committee. Robyn began her career at Bridgewater as a Senior Investment Associate in the Account Management group and later took on other key roles within the firm's Client Service and Marketing team — first as an Associate Client Advisor covering the firm's international client and marketing relationships, and later as the Head of Client Service Analytics. Subsequently, Robyn served as Chief of Staff to CEO David McCormick, partnering with him on the firm's strategic agenda, business oversight, management of the Client Service and Marketing department, and corporate governance. Robyn was a founding member of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Council, and the Co-Founder and Senior Sponsor of Bridgewater's Women's Influence Network (WIN). She was recognized by The Hedge Fund Journal as one of the “50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds” in 2020, and was named the 2021 “Women of Excellence: Trailblazer” by Seramount, in partnership with Working Mother and the National Association for Female Executives. Before joining Bridgewater, Robyn was an Analyst at Lime Rock Partners and an Investment Analyst at HarbourVest Partners. She serves on the boards of Susan G. Komen and Oakland Catholic High School, an all-women's college preparatory school in Pittsburgh, PA. Robyn received her BA in economics from Brown University. Links: Website: https://www.bridgewater.com/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robyn-shepherd-a959985/ 

The Sports Rabbi
Episode 306: Poythress, Katash, Ginat, Maccabi & much more on The Sports Rabbi Show #306

The Sports Rabbi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 55:31


The Sports Rabbi welcomed aboard Jerry Tipton from the Lexington Herald-Leader who covered the brand new Maccabi Tel Aviv big man Alex Poythress when he was with the Kentucky Wildcats. Tipton broke down his strengths and weaknesses along with the attributes he brings to the table and what the fans can expect of him in Tel Aviv.Roye Shelem then joins The Sports Rabbi and we break down the hiring of Oded Katash as the Yellow & Blue's new/old head coach along with all of the rumored players to be signing with the club. We also spoke about Tomer Ginat's decision to choose Hapoel Tel Aviv over Maccabi and also Hapoel Jerusalem's new coach Aleksandar Džikić as well as the latest out of the Israel National Team camp. Subscribe to The Sports Rabbi Show on iTunes, Spotify or Google Podcasts.

Yellow Brit Road
Yellow Brit Road 19 June 2022: Pride! - Jake Daniels, Queerness In Football, Interview with Flower Electronics

Yellow Brit Road

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 38:17


This week on the Yellow Brit Road, we took a deeper look at the impact that 17-year-old Jake Daniels, English football's only currently openly gay player, has had and will have on the game of football and the people surrounding it. We also caught up with two Halifax, Nova Scotia-based queer experimental sound artists whose new publication FLOWER ELECTRONICS will feature submissions by queer artists exploring the relationship between sound and queerness. New music this week from Placebo Metric Beabadoobee Ezra Furman Amaroun Petrol Girls Dwight Sykes Find this week's playlist here. Do try and support artists directly, all Bandcamp links above are 100% fresh and ethically sourced. x The BBC LGBT Sport Podcast episode featured on the show can be found here. Do touch that dial and tune in live! We're on at CFRC 101.9 FM in the Kingston area, or on cfrc.ca, Sundays 8 to 9 PM! (Full shows are available in the archive for 3 months from release) Get in touch with the show for requests, submissions, giving feedback or anything else: email yellowbritroad@gmail.com or tweet @YellowBritCFRC. PS: submissions, cc music@cfrc.ca if you'd like other CFRC DJs to spin your music on their shows as well. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yellowbritroad/message

LadyKflo
Yellow-Red-Blue

LadyKflo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 10:05


I love Yellow-Red-Blue from 1925 because it's such a joyful Kandinsky. The colors explode across each side of the canvas. In fact, it almost feels like two paintings. There's a brilliant box of sunshine to our left. While a bountiful trumpet of pinks, purples and blues blows into the sky on our right. When he painted this, Kandinsky was also teaching painting and color theory. He combined these subjects with elements of form psychology. That means he composed emotional orchestrations out of colorful shapes. Read LadyKflo's collected works and learn about more masterpieces with a click through to LadyKflo's site. https://www.ladykflo.com/category/masterpieces/ Checkout her socials too: https://www.instagram.com/ladykflo/ https://twitter.com/ladykflo Read LadyKflo's collected works and learn about more masterpieces with a click through to LadyKflo's site. https://www.ladykflo.com/category/masterpieces/ Checkout her socials too: https://www.instagram.com/ladykflo/ https://twitter.com/ladykflo

Craft Your Own Coffee Podcast
[S4E7] Roast Coffee, Save Money, Be Awesome

Craft Your Own Coffee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 14:52


Not ready to start a coffee business, but want to save some money in these tight economic times while at the same time "leveling up" your home coffee game? Enter: Home Coffee Roasting. I went deep into roasting coffee at home in Season 2 so feel free to go back and listen to those episodes on the "how" of home roasting. But for today, I want to focus on the "Why" question, specifically the "Financial Why" of home roasting. I went a little Excel-nerdy and put together a simple financial model showing the various Payback Periods/Breakeven Points where it would make financial sense to roast coffee at home. Click here , download, and fill in the YELLOW cells with your own assumptions to calculate an estimated payback period based on your coffee drinking habits. Hit me up and let me know if this helped you pull the trigger, and let me know if I can help! Home Roasters: FreshRoast Behmor Gene Cafe Hottop Before July 1 2022, take advantage of 15% off an order of green coffee from Sweet Maria's! Use code CYOCOFFEE at checkout through 7/1/22. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/craftyourowncoffee/message

Outdoor Minimalist
41. Protecting the Fragile Plants of Desert Landscapes

Outdoor Minimalist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 32:46


In episode 41 of the Outdoor Minimalist Podcast, we get to talk about plants. More specifically, we do a deep dive into plants within a desert ecosystem and how to recreate in a way that respects the native flora and fauna. To educate us on this important topic, I had the pleasure of hosting a dear friend of mine, Jessica Esplin. Born in the heart of Southern Utah. Her family instilled a sense of wonder and respect for the outdoors while adventuring on the outskirts of Zion National Park. Working in the Outdoor Industry created a platform for her to travel for work and play. She soon realized another passion lay in the ecology of her home environment, the desert. Currently working and living in Flagstaff, Arizona, Jess works with The Arboretum to preserve, conserve and showcase the Colorado Plateaus flora & fauna. Through her fieldwork she has seen, more than ever, the need to preserve the fragile environments we all love. Whether you raise cattle, off-road, climb, or camp, we all play a part in these ecosystems. From the Sandstone Towers of the Colorado Plateau, the great cacti of the Sonoran, and the wonders of the Mojave, Jessica's unique perspective can teach us about the importance of preserving these lands. INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/outdoor.minimalist.book/ WEBSITE: https://www.theoutdoorminimalist.com/ PRE ORDER THE OUTDOOR MINIMALIST BOOK: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781493063994/Outdoor-Minimalist-Waste-Less-Hiking-Backpacking-and-Camping ------------------------- Use the code OUTDOORMINIMALIST for 10% off every Neo Bites order. ARBORETUM AT FLAGSTAFF Seeds Jess is Currently Collecting in the Mojave: Baileya multiraidata, Desert marigold Lupinus odoratus, Mojave lupine Chylismia brevipes, Yellow cups Astragalus layneae, Widow's milkvetch Opuntia basilaris, Beavertail cactus Larrea tridentata, Creosote ------------------------- EPISODE RESOURCES Environmental Conservation Species Search USFWS Section 6 Program on Endangered Plant Species Association of Zoological Horticulture The Wilderness Society Native Plant Societies Sierra Club California Desert Protection Act Plant Conservation Alliance

Rex Radio
Yellow (Coldplay cover)

Rex Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 4:34


Yellow (Coldplay cover) by Shut Up Dog Productions

Minnesota Military Radio
Lifetime of Service and Veteran Homelessness

Minnesota Military Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


This week we review the career of a great Minnesota Public Servant, discuss Veteran Homelessness with the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs and get an update from the Minnesota Patriot Guard. Guests include: Rep. Bob Dettmer – Minnesota House of … Continue reading → The post Lifetime of Service and Veteran Homelessness appeared first on Minnesota Military Radio.

Black Girl Couch Reviews
CW The Flash Season 8 Episode 18 ”The Man in the Yellow Tie”

Black Girl Couch Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 79:23


CW The Flash Season 8 Episode 18 "The Man in the Yellow Tie" A new speedster in town gives The Flash more than he bargained for; Cecile's powers experience a growth spurt, allowing her to aid Team Flash on an entirely different level.   Scorecard: 9.2/10   Feedback : blackgirlcouch@gmail.com (audio MP4 or written) Twitter: BlackGirl_Couch   Tumblr: slowlandrogynousmiracle  

Student Radio Maastricht
S04E75 ECA EU Reaction To Migration Following War In Ukraine 15 June 2022

Student Radio Maastricht

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 57:11


Europe has seen many migration flows throughout the years, however, each is different and generates different responses among the people, the authorities of the Member States of the EU, and ultimately, of the EU itself. Following the war in Ukraine, millions of Ukrainians fled to other countries, such as Poland, to seek shelter. In this episode, Blue&Yellow members Sofia Bertolaja and Federico Durante will explore the impact of this migration on the EU, provide some data and ultimately discuss the EU responses and actions taken to respond to the crisis. Blue&yellow blog is a part of European Careers Association Maastricht. Check our website and tune in today!

Cougar Sports Saturday
Utah Jazz Uniform Rebrand, What Is The Worst BYU Look?

Cougar Sports Saturday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 20:28


Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte start the show reacting to the Utah Jazz jersey rebrand and discuss some of their favorite and least favorite BYU uniforms. The Utah Jazz have added Black, Yellow and White as their new color scheme and the fan reception is not good. The guys also discuss what color they would add to the BYU color palette.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RetroZap Podcast Network
Scarlet Velocity #818: The Man In The Yellow Tie

RetroZap Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022


"The Man In The Yellow Tie" - It appears Eobard Thawne is back and using the negative speed force to corrupt Meena Dhawan on Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast!

Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast
Scarlet Velocity #818: The Man In The Yellow Tie

Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 65:47


Beware "The Man in the Yellow Tie" As Barry tries to help Dr. Meena Dhawan learn more about her speed, he discovers that the person that has been helping her is none other than Eobard Thawne! But this Thawned, with the original face, claims to know nothing about being an evil speedster. Barry isn't convinced, especially after talking to the Thawne at Lian Yu with Wells's face. And it turns out some of his concerns were warranted when Dhawan absorbs too much negative speed force, which corrupts her. Jay and Josh see by the clock that it's time to get faster on this week's episode of Scarlet Velocity: A Flash Podcast!

The Flash Podcast
The Flash Podcast Season 8 - Episode 18: "The Man in the Yellow Tie"

The Flash Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 100:09


On this week's episode of The Flash Podcast, Andy, Tatiana, and Lacy are joined by Brother Nate (of Naomi Podcast/Lituation Room) to cover the eighteenth episode of The Flash season 8! Titled "The Man in the Yellow Tie," Barry begins training Meena Dhawan while discovering that the original Eobard Thawne is somehow back! In a big surprise, Diggle returns to get some major help with the mysterious alien cube, from an unexpected source. In the news session, the gang talks about some new The Flash season 9 details and more! In addition to that, the gang also read listener feedback and emails about "The Man in the Yellow Tie." That and more on this week's episode of The Flash Podcast! ICYMI: Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of The Flash Podcast's EXCLUSIVE interview with Kausar Mohammed as she talks about bringing Meena Dhawan into the Arrowverse and more! “The Man in the Yellow Tie” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET) (TV-PG, LV) (HDTV) WHEN NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS – With a new speedster in town, The Flash (Grant Gustin) gets much more than he bargained for, meanwhile Cecile's (Danielle Nicolet) powers experience a growth spurt allowing her to aid Team Flash on an entirely different level.  The series also stars Jesse L. Martin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker, Kayla Compton and Brandon McKnight. Marcus Stokes directed the episode written by Sam Chalsen (#818). Original airdate 6/15/2022. Every episode of THE FLASH will be available to stream on The CW App and CWTV.com the day after broadcast for free and without a subscription, log-in or authentication required." SHOW NOTES: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Kausar Mohammed On The Flash Casting Process & Bringing Meena Dhawan To Life EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Kausar Mohammed Breaks Down The Flash 8×18 Spoilers Earth-Prime #5 Is Out - Click To View DC's Official Listings For Where To Buy It! EXCLUSIVE: Eric Wallace Breaks Down Meena Dhawan's Arrowverse Introduction Missed TFP Episode 300? Listen To It Now! EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: The Flash Showrunner Eric Wallace Breaksdown 8.15 "Into the Still Force," Teases Rest Of Season 8 & Season 9! (Audio Verison - Video Version) The CW 2022 Schedule Released; Season 9 Saved For Midseason 2023 EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Danielle Panabaker Breaks Down The Flash's Heartbreaking Death In 8.13, Previews Rest Of Season 8 & More EXCLUSIVE PALEYFEST 2022 INTERVIEWS - Superman & Lois Cast & EP Follow Brandon McKnight's (Chester P. Runk) Twitch Channel! Find The Flash Podcast on: Social Media: Facebook – @TheFlashPodcast – Instagram Subscribe: Apple Podcasts – Stitcher Radio – YouTube – DC TV Podcasts – Google Podcasts – iHeartRadio – Spotify – Amazon Music – Podchaser – TuneIn – Podcast Index Contact: TheFlashPodcast@gmail.com Support: TeePublic Store

The Sports Rabbi
Episode 305: Israel Nat'l Team, Manor Solomon & Fulham, Blatt back at Maccabi, latest on Katash on Episode #305

The Sports Rabbi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 90:42


The Sports Rabbi and Roye Shelem got together and broke down the Israel National Team's UEFA Nations League matches as they defeat Albania 2-1 and draw at Iceland 2-2. We also discuss Manor Solomon (11:00) and what the Israeli will be able to offer Fulham as well as what happens when Eran Zahavi, Bibras Natcho and Nir Bitton are back and ready to play for the Blue & White. Maccabi Tel Aviv's new/old coach Vladimir Ivic is back and we talked about what he will be able to do as he returns to Kiryat Shalom along with the other singings and rumors from around the league.At the 58:25 mark of the show, we headed over to the basketball scene and Maccabi Tel Aviv bringing back David Blatt to the fold as the Chairman of the Professional Committee and what he has to offer the Yellow & Blue as well as the imminent hiring of Oded Katash as the new/old head coach of the club. Who will Maccabi want to bring in? Find out the latest names and rumors later on in the show.Subscribe to The Sports Rabbi Show on iTunes, Spotify or Google Podcasts.

United City Greensboro
Yellow Door House - Nikki Taylor

United City Greensboro

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 43:34


Without A Net Podcast
Vampire: The Masquerade - Season 2, Episode 10: Very Important People

Without A Net Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 48:06


While Missy and Art are handling the Queen in Yellow, Cocoa and Jimmy are receiving important guests, receiving gifts, and enjoying the popularity of the coterie's new business venture. --- Intro & Outtro Music by: Jack Le Breton Website: jacklebreton.com Twitter & Instagram: @Jack_Le_Breton   Website: https://www.Withoutanetpod.com Discord link https://discord.gg/TbE5Ajc If you like the show, swing by our Patreon where you can get access to over 15 extra hours of content. https://www.patreon.com/posts/43800673 Email us: Withoutanetpod@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WithoutANetPodcast Copyright: Without A Net Podcast 2021   Disclaimer: This Vampire: The Masquerade chronicle is a non-official, fan-created work by the Without A Net Podcast.  Portions of the materials used in this Actual Play are the copyrights and trademarks of Paradox Interactive AB and are used with their permission.  All rights are reserved.  For any further information in those regards you can find them at worldofdarkness.com.

SEN Breakfast
Carlton legend Ken Sheldon (16.6.22)

SEN Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 8:59


Ahead of Carlton's massive game against Richmond tonight, Blues legend Ken Sheldon joined Garry and Tim to talk about the rivalry between them and the Tigers, the best players in Yellow and Black he came up against, and to re-live the 1982 Grand Final between the two sides.

James True
#341 – Bigfoot Land

James True

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 91:31


Staged events. Yellow shipping containers. AMA Wednesday. The Airing of Grievance.

Ben Davis & Kelly K Show
Stupid Fact of the Day: Armadillos

Ben Davis & Kelly K Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 2:51


Yellow armadillos in Brazil mate while they're running. Who knew? Source: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/article/basic-instincts-armadillo

Girl Crush Podcast
3.19 - Reese's WORST movie | Reese Witherspoon

Girl Crush Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 37:32


Join us for what we have deemed Reese Witherspoon's WORST movie. Tune in to find out why we hated this 1994 dark dramedy (?). As a preview - this movie includes an unlikable protagonist and a boring plot that makes us ask SFW? As much as we hated the movie, this episode is a can't miss! Episode Sponsored by Yellow & Company:Website: http://www.shopyellowandcompany.com/Instagram: www.instagram.com/yellowandcompanyUse code GIRLCRUSH for 10% off!More about Girl Crush:Website: www.girlcrushpodcast.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/girlcrush_pod/Buy Me a Coffee: www.buymeacoffee.com/girlcrushpodMerch: https://www.bonfire.com/store/girlcrushpodcast/ 

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!
TMS 2304: Yellow Simmons

The FrogPants Studios Ultra Feed!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 91:00


Uncle Ben Killed Batman's Parents. Good for Hummy. What kind of sick cucumber snuff film is this? Hottie McBabypants. Darts in your Cornhole. Tossing Your Tortillas. I'm getting too old for this space travel. Is It Too Early for a Funny Frisch Chipsfrisch? German is a Big Language. Use my baldness to my advantage. I Would Gladly Throw That At Your Head. I don't like Blowing Peeeeeas! Get the Mucinex Monkey Off My Back. It's Not Magic Bobby, It's an Illusion! Knurling Knobs with Bill. Well Rendered Fish Sandwiches and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

The Morning Stream
TMS 2304: Yellow Simmons

The Morning Stream

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 91:00


Uncle Ben Killed Batman's Parents. Good for Hummy. What kind of sick cucumber snuff film is this? Hottie McBabypants. Darts in your Cornhole. Tossing Your Tortillas. I'm getting too old for this space travel. Is It Too Early for a Funny Frisch Chipsfrisch? German is a Big Language. Use my baldness to my advantage. I Would Gladly Throw That At Your Head. I don't like Blowing Peeeeeas! Get the Mucinex Monkey Off My Back. It's Not Magic Bobby, It's an Illusion! Knurling Knobs with Bill. Well Rendered Fish Sandwiches and more on this episode of The Morning Stream.

El sótano
El sótano - Picadilly Line, Patti Smith, Tom Jones,... - 14/06/22

El sótano

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 58:41


El episodio de hoy arranca con las últimas referencias del sello You Are The Cosmos. La escudería zaragozana lanza un álbum que recoge singles y rarezas de los Picadilly Line, proyecto londinense comandado por Roger Hand y Rod Edwards que en la segunda mitad de los años 60 manufacturó deliciosas canciones de pop barroco y psicodélico. Editan también dos EP’s que rescatan el cancionero del dúo de brixon Jon and jeannie y del grupo de Filadelfia The Show Stoppers. En el tramo final recordamos algunos nombres que pasarán próximamente por las Noches del Botánico. Playlist; PICADILLY LINE “Yellow rainbow” (Yellow rainbow, 2022) PICADILLY LINE “I know she believes” (Yellow rainbow, 2022) PICADILLY LINE “Rosemary’s bluebell day” (Yellow rainbow, 2022) PICADILLY LINE “No one else can see” (Yellow rainbow, 2022) PICADILLY LINE “Country girl” (Yellow rainbow, 2022) JON and JEANNIE “We got lovin’” (7’’ EP, 2022) JON and JEANNIE “Something you got” (7’’ EP, 2022) THE SHOW STOPPERS “Ain’t nothing but a house party” (7’’ EP, 2022) THE SHOW STOPPERS “Action speaks louder than words” (7’’ EP, 2022) DIANE WARD and THE KEVIN FINGIER COLLECTIVE “Why don’t you go home” (7’’, 2022) SHARON JONES and THE DAP-KINS “Matter of time” (Soul of a woman, 2017) ELI “PAPERBOY” REED and THE TRUE LOVERS “Take my love with you” (Roll with you, 2008) TOM JONES “The lonely one” (7’’, 1967) LOS ENEMIGOS “Siete mil canciones” (Bestieza, 2020) PATTI SMITH “Ghost dance” (Easter, 1978I) Escuchar audio

My Kind of People
Yusuf Yellow

My Kind of People

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 79:57


Yusuf Yellow is an incredibly talented Leeds based rap artist. His music is innovative, thoughtful, reflective and heart felt. In this episode, we discuss creativity, the journey of being an independent artist and the importance of being authentic in both life and music. If you enjoyed the episode - please rate, review and subscribe.  @mykindofpeoplepodcast  @themegmethod @yusurfyellow www.yusufyellow.com Thank you to the editing team - Brooklyn Fraser and Alicia Navarro

The Fantasy Football Dudes
Early Fantasy Football Targets + TV show draft + and news

The Fantasy Football Dudes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 77:58


Trent, Jordan, and Phill go over players they are targeting this season. Most of them are on the cusp of the possibility of having a great year. Is Trent a coffee diva? Finally, the guys close out the pod with a TV show draft. For more information, visit us athttps://www.thefantasyfootballdudes.com/Join our Discord! Dude Nation is the best place to reach your Dudes!https://discord.gg/T92rEa4KZfWatch the Dudes on Youtube athttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2JAx3YD3P-OJRiaqA7wSQwQuestions for the show tffdudes@gmail.com Follow us on socials athttps://twitter.com/TFFDudes(easiest way to follow our Dudesletter)https://www.instagram.com/tffdudes/Store(Saturdays are for the Smoker)https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-fantasy-football-dudes/Sponsorshttps://prizepicks.comPromo Code: Dudes

Light After Trauma
Episode 98: Why We Need Pride Month (and a personal note on coming out) with Alyssa Scolari, LPC

Light After Trauma

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 31:16


Happy Pride Month! The month of June (and every month!) is a great time to celebrate the beauty of the LGBTQPIA+ community. In this week's episode, Alyssa notes that while we certainly have come a long way in gaining rights for the LGBTQPIA+ community, there is still very far to go in terms of achieving true equality. For example, many of our states still recognize the lethal "Gay Panic Defense". Alyssa also includes a personal note on her own experience with coming out for the first time this year.    Source Material: https://people.com/human-interest/pride-month-explained-pride-month-facts/   https://lgbtqbar.org/programs/advocacy/gay-trans-panic-defense/  Donate to the Human Rights Campaign Donate to The Trevor Project Donate to the National Center for Transgender Equality   Check out the Light After Trauma website for transcripts, other episodes, Alyssa's guest appearances, and more at: www.lightaftertrauma.com Want to get more great content and interact with the show? Check us out on Instagram: @lightaftertrauma We need your help! We want to continue to make great content that can help countless trauma warriors on their journey to recovery. So, please help us in supporting the podcast by becoming a recurring patron of the show via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lightaftertrauma   Transcript: Alyssa Scolari [00:24]: Everybody, welcome back to another episode of the Light After Trauma podcast. I'm your host Alyssa Scolari. Super excited to be here because it is Pride Month. And that is exactly what we are talking about. This episode, we are talking about Pride. We are talking about the importance of Pride, and we are talking about why we need to continue to advocate for the LGBTQ community. I'm really, actually, a little bit anxious about today's episode, because I am going to be talking about things that I have never spoken about before. And so I'm a little bit nervous as we get into it, but we are just going to dive right in. Although before we do that, just some housekeeping stuff. So if you have not done so already, please leave a review for the podcast. Reviews, ratings go such a long way in terms of helping the podcast to reach a greater audience. And I really feel strongly that everybody deserves some kind of access to free mental health education, information, and support. Alyssa Scolari [01:43]: So the more reviews and ratings we have, the greater access people can have to this podcast. And it would mean the world to me. So if you have not done so already, please do so. I would greatly appreciate it. Also, if you are interested in becoming a Patreon member, you can check out the show notes where you can just click right on the link and you can donate as little or as much as you would like to the podcast. You can become a monthly Patreon member, or you could just do a one time donation, anything would be greatly appreciated. And all of the money that you donate goes directly in to helping fund the podcast and helping to keep the machine going, essentially. It costs roughly anywhere from $800-$900 a month to fund this podcast, between all of the software that we have to pay for and the editing. That is what it costs. So, again, this is not me complaining about the price. I am really fortunate enough to be in a place where I can do this, but if you are able and willing to give any amount would be greatly appreciated. Alyssa Scolari [03:04]: I hope everyone is off to a grand old week. I am doing pretty good, had a good day today. It's kind of late when I'm recording this, it's about 9:30 at night, which is pretty late for me to be doing any sort of work. But I had a burst of energy and I felt like I had a lot to say. And I was like, "I'm just a little anxious about this discussion today. You know what, we're doing it." So I made myself a cup of hot tea and here we are chatting today. So I think that as I get into this conversation, people are going to have one of two thoughts. And I think the first thought people might have is, "Why are we talking about Pride and the LGBTQ+ community on a trauma focused podcast?" And the second question people might have is, "This podcast has been going on for almost two years and I've not heard anything like this. We've never talked about this on this podcast before. Why now? Why now?" Alyssa Scolari [04:22]: And I'm going to answer that question, but first we're going to answer the question of why is this topic on a trauma focused podcast? Truthfully, I don't know the background that you come from wherever you're listening from. I don't know. I do know this though. Some people think, they have this thought of like, "Oh, okay, it's 2022 and all LGBTQ+ people are accepted and there's no need for any of this Pride or anything like that." And then other people, I think, live in environments and communities where it's in their face every single day, just how far we still have to go in terms of getting equality for this community. Now I want to address the people who might feel like we do have equality because unfortunately we just don't. Things are becoming maybe a little bit better, although in some ways I absolutely question even that. It feels like we are going back decades. Alyssa Scolari [05:40]: I know that we're a little bit better in terms of representation, but we're still not there. Growing up, how likely are we to see, when we watch movies we see straight families. When we read books, it's about straight families. Everybody identifies as either male or female. The male and the female get together. They get married, they have children, they usually have one boy, one girl. Anytime we so much as maybe pick out Christmas cards and we're looking at stock images online and we see the same kind of family members in stock images. We see a man, we see a woman that we presume are the husband and the wife and then we see their very straight children. Non-gender, queer, male, female. What have you? It is so rare for any of us, even today to pick a movie out and have it be a movie where there are two dads or a movie where there are two moms or a movie where a child is transgender. Alyssa Scolari [06:57]: It's so rare to go on the internet and search family photos and see families that look any different than a man and a woman and their children. We still have churches who are vehemently against the LGBTQ community. I actually, today, saw an image surface as a reaction to Pride Month. Somebody who doesn't believe that LGBTQ folks should have rights, drew this photo and it's a response to the Pride rainbow flag. The rainbow that is the symbol of Pride and the symbol of LGBTQ folks. Somebody actually drew a picture of a man and a woman. Alyssa Scolari [07:47]: And in between the man and the woman, they're holding hands with their two kids. They're little stick figures and they're holding an umbrella and they're shielding themselves and their children from basically a rainbow flag, rain that looks like it's coming down. All that image is to say, "We don't believe in this. We don't respect these people. And we are going to do everything in our power to shield ourselves and our children from the LGBTQ community." It is still so dangerous out there for folks who identify as LGBTQPIA+. Homophobia and transphobia and the like have dated back for centuries and part of the reason, well, the main reason that we have Pride Month is because of what happened in the Stonewall Uprising. So for those of you who don't know, the date was June 28th, 1969 in New York City's West Village. Alyssa Scolari [09:01]: The police raided a very popular gay bar that was called the Stonewall Inn. Now this was super normal for the time. This was super normal. Police did raid gay bars and gay facilities and they got arrested and this time the patrons of the Stonewall Inn fought back. And what this started was a series of riots that went on for days of people protesting these riots, from people that were saying, "I deserve to have my rights. I deserve to be seen and heard. I deserve to have equality. And I matter." This was historic. And in fact, President Barack Obama in 2016, declared the Stonewall Inn a historic landmark, which is so cool because these Stonewall Riots were historic and they paved the way for people in the LGBTQ community to achieve their equality. Alyssa Scolari [10:11]: And then the year after the uprising was when the first Pride parade began and it was in June so that is where the tradition of Pride comes from. So it is so much more than just people getting together and saying, "Oh, Hey, we like the month of June." No, this is a yearly celebration. It's a yearly remembrance. It is an honor for the people who fought for LGBTQ community members to have their rights. So nearly 10 years after that was when the Pride flag was first created and it was created by a man named Gilbert Baker. And Gilbert was asked to create a symbol of Pride by a man whose name is Harvey Milk. Now Harvey Milk was the first openly gay elected politician in the United States. So he asked Gilbert to create a flag that symbolized Pride and we have the rainbow flag. Now the rainbow flag actually started out with a few more colors and then had less colors. Today, each of the colors stands for something very specific. Alyssa Scolari [11:23]: So according to a People article, red is the symbol of life. Orange is the symbol for healing. Yellow is symbolic for sunshine. Green is symbolic for nature. The blue is representative of harmony and the purple is representative of spirit. I believe the original flag was eight colors, but it is now six. As far as we've come, though, we still have so much further to go. I want to talk to you about something called the gay panic defense, and this is going to help you really get an understanding for just how far we have to go in terms of equality and just basic human rights for LGBTQ folks. So what is the panic defense, the LGBTQ panic defense or the gay panic defense? It is a freaking legal strategy and get ready because if you haven't heard of this is going to knock your fucking socks off. The gay panic defense is a legal strategy. Alyssa Scolari [12:43]: So basically what that strategy does is it asks a jury to take into account a victim's sexual orientation or their gender identity and take into account that their orientation or their identity is to blame for a defendant's violent reaction. Victim blaming much? And yes, you heard me correctly. Basically, gay panic is a legal strategy that is asking the jury to consider the fact that somebody being gay or somebody being transgender or non-binary is the reason and a good enough reason why somebody may have attacked them in a hate crime. It's basically like the offender is saying that they went like temporarily insane. They had a gay panic or a trans-panic that caused them to violently attack the victim. Tell me that's not abso-fucking-lutely insane. Alyssa Scolari [13:57]: And what's even more fucking insane is that this gay panic defense actually fucking works. It works. It has been used to get people off in the courts. People can attack people simply because they are lesbian or gay or transgender. They can then show up in court and they can say that they panicked because of somebody's gayness or because somebody's transgender and the jury can go, "Oh, okay. That sounds reasonable. You're off the hook because you had a gay panic." It makes my blood boil. It makes my blood boil. And the worst part about it is that the gay panic defense is only banned in 17 states in the United States. Meaning the rest of the country's, or I'm sorry, the rest of the states in the United States of America, if they aren't considering passing the gay panic defense, they've already passed it. The majority of the states in this country are perfectly fine with the gay panic defense. And that right there goes to show you why we need Pride Month and why we are talking about this on a trauma focused podcast. Alyssa Scolari [15:22]: Because people in the LGBTQ community are being murdered, are being targeted, are being killed simply because of who they are and our laws are basically saying that it's okay. According to lgbtqbar.org, in 2019 alone, there were 1,656 hate crimes. And this is just what we know of because there are so many more that go unreported. But just in 2019, there were 1,656 hate crimes against people for either their sexual orientation or their gender identity. And this statistic makes up 18.8% of hate crime incidents, like single bias hate crime incidents. According to research, also from lgbtqbar.org, one out of five lesbian, gay and bisexual people in the United States will experience a hate crime in their lifetime. And more than one out of four transgender people will. We know that transgender people are targeted and they're even more likely to be targeted if they are part of a non-white race. And I got to say, lately, it just feels like things are getting worse for the LGBTQ community and we need Pride more than ever. Alyssa Scolari [16:51]: I mean, look at what's happening in Florida with the 'Don't Say Gay' bill. And in Texas, where it is now considered a social services call to have a child seek transgender affirming care. It is just an absolute nightmare. And with greater and greater access to what's going on in the world through social media, kids are bearing witness to all of this and it is very clear to so many kids that it is still not safe for them to be who they are. We need Pride because there are kids and adults out there who would rather take their own lives than be out and proud about who they are because of the hate that exists and I see it every day in my practice. I see it. It is absolutely heartbreaking. There is little to no representation in schools. Teachers will get reprimanded if they say anything about it because it's considered a taboo topic, which it absolutely shouldn't be. Alyssa Scolari [18:05]: And overall, kids just feel so isolated, growing up feeling like there is nobody who represents them, feeling like it's not okay to be a part of the LGBTQ community and it is devastating. So we need Pride more than ever. And now I think to address the second question that I talked about in the beginning of this episode. The question being, why have I waited two years to talk about this? In August, the podcast will have been alive for two years, which boggles my mind to even say, and I haven't talked about this. And trust me, it's not because I don't care and it's not because it's low on my priority list. Anybody who knows me knows that the LGBTQ community is actually top priority for me. But what I'm going to say is this, and this is going to come with a warning. So if you are listening to this and you know me personally, I would think very carefully about how much you want to know about me, because I'm going to share some stuff. Alyssa Scolari [19:35]: So think about it. Feel free to hit pause and talk to me about it, because I know I have a lot of wonderful people in my life who listen to the podcast who know me personally, and you're going to learn some stuff. All right, there is your fair warning. If you are continuing to listen to this and you know me personally, you better come talk to me about this. So anyway, part of, I think, the reason why I haven't talked about this yet is you are going to notice a pattern with me, not really a pattern, but I only talk about things as I'm ready to talk about them. I bring to this podcast a level of vulnerability mixed in with my expertise and that vulnerability is really hard for me. And I have to be comfortable sharing, I have to be comfortable. And I haven't been comfortable because I have been grappling with basically where I fall in terms of the LGBTQ community. Alyssa Scolari [20:50]: Because quite honestly, I can't deny that I'm part of it. And I think it's taken me a long time to get to a place where I've been comfortable talking about it. And so I knew that one day I would share this, but I needed to give myself time to be ready and to feel comfortable and safe and secure. I grew up in this really small conservative Catholic town. Where it is so not that okay to be gay and looking back on the way I grew up, I would've never in a million years have admitted or even given myself the opportunity to explore the fact that I might be anything other than a straight, blonde girl, who's going to find a dark, tall, handsome husband and live happily ever after. I really didn't get to explore the different parts of me until I left my hometown. Alyssa Scolari [22:14]: And then I really got to reflect back on my childhood and as I did so, it really hit me that I am so not straight, so not straight. I definitely was interested in both women and men my whole life. I remember being a kid and being interested in women, but kind of writing it off and just ignoring that part of me because in my brain it was only okay to be attracted to men. And so looking back on it, I'm like, "Oh man, I was not straight. I liked women and I liked men." I was absolutely bisexual. And I remember being in high school and playing around a little bit with my gender. There was a time in high school, I think I was a sophomore. And I went to school dressing masculine and I changed my name. Alyssa Scolari [23:31]: And people were calling me Sam and I think I was definitely experimenting at the time. I remember it being like a joke with my friends and my friends were all calling me that. And I was just pretending to be a guy, whatever that means. I was acting more masculine, listen, it didn't last long. It maybe lasted a week before I was like, "Okay, this isn't me." But looking back on it that actually wasn't a joke. I was definitely experimenting with my gender. And I think that after that, I became pretty firm in my identity as a woman, with pronouns that feel comfortable to me, which are she and her, but I was still super unclear about my sexual preference. And looking back, I did some really questionable things in my childhood and my teenage years and my young adult years that I could look back on it now. Alyssa Scolari [24:41]: And I'm like, "Yeah, I don't know how nobody saw that one." Maybe people did. I don't know. I really don't know. I don't think so. But I just think it's so funny to look back on and like, "Man, there was no part of me that was a straight woman. I definitely swung both ways and I'm okay with it. I'm okay talking about it." That's the other thing we have to talk about. [inaudible 00:25:10] I'll touch on when it comes to bisexuality. Yes, I married a man. So me coming on here and talking about my preferences and who I'm attracted to doesn't make me any less in love with my husband. My husband is the person I am a 100% committed to, 110%. There's never a question of that. So I think that a lot of people have this idea in their heads that, "Oh, you know, you're already married, but then you're coming out as bisexual. Well, what does that mean? Does that mean that you don't want to be with your partner?" Alyssa Scolari [25:45]: None of that is true. Just because you find somebody and you get married doesn't mean that your sexual preference changes. I was bisexual before I got married. I just didn't know it and I'm still the same way. But the person that I choose to spend my life with is my husband. Doesn't mean that my sexual preferences or that who I'm attracted to has to change because I've gotten married. Just because you marry somebody doesn't mean you stop finding people attractive. No, that's not the case at all. So all that's to say, people who come out a little bit later in life as being bisexual after they're married or whatever, it doesn't mean anything about their marriage. Alyssa Scolari [26:37]: It doesn't mean anything at all. People who are bisexual, if they want to get married, well, chances are they're either going to marry a man or a woman or a non-binary person. But just because they marry a non-binary person doesn't mean all of a sudden they're no longer attracted to women. Just because they marry a non-binary person doesn't mean that they're no longer attracted to men. So I hope that makes sense. It has absolutely nothing to do with my marriage. David is the best thing that ever happened to me. I think that the importance of this kind of coming out for me is about claiming or reclaiming who I was when I didn't get the opportunity to be that person. I didn't get the opportunity to come to terms with that when I was younger, but I get to come to terms with it now. And it's really exciting and anxiety provoking. And it just feels like I'm letting the inner child in me have the freedom to label herself however she wants for the first time. And that is a beautiful thing. And that is part of why Pride matters. Alyssa Scolari [28:09]: That is part of why we fight to have equal rights. That is part of why we fight to be seen and heard and respected. So that's why it's taken me a little while to talk about this. I do things at my own paces. I have a lot of respect for myself and my process. And that is why it is not because I haven't cared or acknowledged it. Again, the people who are closest to me know how passionate I am and have always been about the LGBTQ community. And now I understand why, now I understand why. So, with that being said, what can we do? We know that people in the LGBTQ community are experiencing trauma and being denied their rights every single day, still we've come a long way. We have a lot further to go. I just encourage you to get involved and I don't know what that means for you. Maybe that looks like further education and research on this community. Maybe that looks like attending town halls. Alyssa Scolari [29:24]: Maybe that looks like attending parades or marches. Maybe that looks like donating. If you are able to donate, there are some amazing organizations that you can contribute to and they include the Human Rights Campaign, The Trevor Project and the National Center for Trans Equality, just to name a few. I will link those three in the show notes and I am also going to link the two articles that I used in today's episode. You can find all of that in the show notes. I hope that you enjoy today's episode. It was a tough one for me. It's hard to be this vulnerable. I thank you for listening. I thank you for being here. I hope you have a fantastic week and I am holding you in the light. Speaker 2 [30:17]: Thanks for listening everyone. For more information, please head over to lightaftertrauma.com or you can also follow us on social media. On Instagram, we are @lightaftertrauma, and on Twitter it is @lightafterpod. Lastly, please head over to patreon.com/lightaftertrauma. 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BirdNote
Komodo Dragons and Cockatoos

BirdNote

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 1:45


Due to trapping for the pet trade, the talkative and showy Yellow-crested Cockatoo is now considered critically endangered. But scientists recently discovered a stronghold for the species: Komodo Island — yes, the one with the dragons. The Komodo population of Yellow-crested Cockatoos appears stable. The island has been an Indonesian national park since 1980. Park rangers may have helped deter poachers, but community support for conservation and the literal dragons have played a role, too. More info and transcript at BirdNote.org.Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.

Hush Hush Society Conspiracy Hour
Transhumanism and The Yellow Sand Society

Hush Hush Society Conspiracy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 84:05


If you have any questions or topics you'd like to see the society cover, please reach out at Contact@hushhushsociety.com You can find all our audio, blogs and drop sweet ratings at www.hushhushsociety.com Leave us a review on Apple, our website, Podchaser or GoodPods This live show was recorded 6/6/22 on our Facebook group page. In this debriefing, your preceptors look into the movement known as Transhumanism. Transhumanism is pushing humans towards a more cybernetic and Alt-human existence, with the use of electronics, computer chips and machine parts. Will this catapult the human race into our next evolution, or be our downfall? The boys also explore The Yellow Sands Society, founded in China. You can grab Hush Hush merch and help support the show on Patreon Link up with the society on social media: Facebook Instagram Twitter  Join our Discord and chat with us