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Short Circuit
Short Circuit 203 | I Have No Idea What's Going On

Short Circuit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 40:18


Is it "on bonk" or "n bank"? IJ lawyers disagree on how to pronounce a full court of appeals considering a case. But whatever your Latin/Old French skills, the en banc Fifth Circuit said some things about the Dallas County jail that even your crack team of experts can't understand. But Sam Gedge does his best to explain what might be going on, and how the court needlessly addressed his favorite topic, Younger abstention. But before that Bob Belden tells a story of a renegade sheriff sticking unauthorized anti-Halloween signs in rehabilitated sex offenders' yards. RSVP for our live event on the Georgia Constitution on February 4, 2022, https://ij.org/event/center-for-judicial-engagement-forum-on-the-georgia-constitution/ McClendon v. Long, https://media.ca11.uscourts.gov/opinions/pub/files/202110092.pdf Daves v. Dallas County, https://www.ca5.uscourts.gov/opinions/pub/18/18-11368-CV2.pdf Rival "How to Pronounce 'En Banc'" Videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQexSbL8iDQ, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsnW2JDc0G8 Sam Gedge, https://ij.org/staff/sam-gedge/ Bob Belden, https://ij.org/staff/bob-belden/ Anthony Sanders, https://ij.org/staff/asanders/

Behind The Glass with Charlotte Eriksson
Letter to Younger Me [from the archive]

Behind The Glass with Charlotte Eriksson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 7:56


If I could say anything to 17 year old me, it would be this: 1. Don't be so scared. Don't waste your days worrying about the next day, next month, 5 years from now. Just do what you can with today. Be what you are right now, and work with it. You're exactly in the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing. Trust your story, you're going to be something wonderful one day but now you are something too. 5. Learn to let go. People, seasons, cities and feelings will come and go. it's the natural flow of life and nature, and you must be a part of it. Nothing is static and you don't want to be, you want to learn to grow and flow with the seasons, being in constant movement. Learn to treasure what you what when you have it. When they leave you, learn to smile, say goodbye and move on being grateful that you now will go on being one experience richer. Lastly, live a little. Put your feet up. Laugh, loud, with strangers and friends. Take a night off. Go to the party and stay the night. let someone kind walk you home, a warm summer night in July. Go to the cinema, read more books, visit museums and go to spain with that kind boy from ... wherever he was from. This mission of yours is really nothing else but an experience, a collection of moments and thoughts, feelings and lessons. Don't waste it being tired and scared. Say yes, say no, think with you heart and go against the current. Life will be as wonderful as you make it, but it's up to you to make it so. It's on your side, you know? You just have to join it.

Roast Mortem Cast
216 - Agrippina the Younger: Move Over Dummies, Mom's Driving

Roast Mortem Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 137:28


You thought the Antichrist Nero was bad? Try Nero's mom, Agrippina the Younger. One of the most powerful woman of ancient Rome, Agrippina schemed, murdered and fucked her way to the top in an all out incest-fest. Tits out for the Empress!

Saint of the Day
Our Venerable Father Euthymius the Great (473)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 2:06


'This Saint, who was from Melitine in Armenia, was the son of pious parents named Paul and Dionysia. He was born about 377. Since his mother had been barren, he was named Euthymius which means "good cheer" or "joy" for this is what his parents experienced at his birth. He studied under Eutroius, the Bishop of Melitene, by whom he was ordained and entrusted with the care of the monasteries of Melitene. Then, after he had come to Palestine about the year 406, he became the leader of a multitude of monks. Through him, a great tribe of Arabs was turned to piety, when he healed the ailing son of their leader Aspebetos. Aspebetos was baptized with all his people; he took the Christian name of Peter, and was later consecrated Bishop for his tribe, being called the "Bishop of the Tents." Saint Euthymius also fought against the Nestorians, Eutychians, and Manichaeans. When Eudocia, the widow of Saint Theodosius the Younger, had made her dwelling in Palestine, and had fallen into the heresy of the Monophysites which was championed in Palestine by a certain Theodosius, she sent envoys to Saint Symeon the Stylite in Syria (see Sept.1), asking him his opinion of Eutyches and the Council of Chalcedon which had condemned him; Saint Symeon, praising the holiness and Orthodoxy of Saint Euthymius near whom she dwelt, sent her to him to be delivered from her error (the holy Empress Eudocia is commemorated Aug. 13). He became the divine oracle of the Church, or rather, "the vessel of divine utterance," as a certain historian writes. He was the instructor and elder of Saint Sabbas the Sanctified. Having lived for ninety-six years, he reposed in 473, on January 20.' (Great Horologion)

Author Hour with Rae Williams
Advice to My Younger Me: Sara Holtz

Author Hour with Rae Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 31:10


Smart, talented, ambitious women still don't face a level playing field when it comes to reaching their full potential in the workplace. Advice to My Younger Me: Career Lessons From a Hundred Successful ... The post Advice to My Younger Me: Sara Holtz appeared first on Author Hour.

Estate of Mind, The Art of Selling Luxury Real Estate
Turning Loyalty into Real Estate Referrals with Barry Kirk

Estate of Mind, The Art of Selling Luxury Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 37:48


How Different Generations Use Technology:When it comes to pointing out the differences between Millennials and Gen Z versus Gen X and Baby Boomers, technology is usually one of the biggest differentiators. Younger generations grew up with the technology we use today, or at least comparable, earlier versions of it. While it might take older generations a bit more time and effort to find and learn their way around new online communities, maneuverability is more or less second nature for Millennials and Gen Z.While it's safe to argue that this younger generation is more adept at adapting to new technologies, it's also very true that this generation has become very reliant on what they hear from fellow members of the tribes they subscribe to. As a result, these younger generations are a little less trusting of institutions (and marketing messaging from said institutions), and are in fact very good at tuning out advertisements that clutter their news feeds and inboxes.So what does this mean when it comes to real estate? Creating loyalty amongst the younger generation will naturally lend itself to expanding your reach as a real estate professional, simply because those who are loyal to you will potentially be more likely to refer you to their fellow tribe members. Building your own loyal base of clients and potential clients is key to sustainable growth, a healthy referral pipeline, and establishing yourself as a sought after professional in the luxury real estate space.Prosocial Rewards and the Peak-End Rule:One of the most effective strategies at capturing new referrals is by offering what's known in psychology terms as a prosocial reward. These specific types of rewards refer to benefits that you as a professional don't necessarily offer to potential clients, but, instead, your existing client base offers on your behalf instead. Consequently, these benefits aren't being framed as having come from the professional, but rather having been given to a potential referral directly from an existing client (as a gift, so to speak).With prosocial rewards, the person delivering the benefit, an already trusted source of information for the potential client, gets to play the role of insider as they give their friend something of value, all on the behalf of a brand or professional without the brand or professional having to really get closely involved in the process. This is a great strategy for securing new referrals from typically already qualified leads.Another helpful tip when asking for referrals centers around the concept of the peak-end rule, a psychological term that refers to the highlight and culmination of one's experiences as the lasting memories most easily recalled. Generally speaking, the peak and end are the two aspects of an experience that a potential client will remember most vividly. When asking for referrals of any kind, the best time to do so is as close to the peak of satisfaction as possible, namely because your client will never be as satisfied with your services as they are at that very point. By always keeping the peak-end rule in mind, you greatly increase the likelihood of filling your pipeline with qualified leads.Topics and Questions You'll Uncover During this Episode:Who are the next generation of homeowners?What is a niche tribe in marketing terms and how can you appeal to these groups to build out your pipeline?How can a real estate professional create a network among fellow real estate professionals?How and when is the best time for a real estate professional to ask their clients to refer them out to their network?Resources Mentioned within Episode:How to Reach Barry KirkOfficial Website - Chapman & Co. Leadership InstituteConnect with Barry on LinkedInThe Institute for Luxury Home Marketing

Dream Chasers Radio
Interview with Cecilia Hegamin-Younger, PhD. author of Being Bold and Driven

Dream Chasers Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 21:00


St. Louis, Missouri: Cecilia Hegamin-Younger, PhD. Visiting Professor at the Washington University in St. Louis African and African American Studies Department finally releases her much-anticipated business classic – Being Bold and Driven: The Challenges and Victories of Building a Business. Which is the result of a joint project venture conducted by a large financial institution to determine the unique traits that differentiated successful financial agents from the unsuccessful ones. The project was based on three foundational questions: why are some financial agents struggling and others performing well? Are they doing things differently? If so, what are they doing that can impact their progression in developing their business? “This is a powerful book to read and reflect on the stories and layered experiences of individuals interviewed. Being Bold and Driven invites, guides and encourages success. I encourage professionals from other industries to also read and follow the brilliance and strategies this book provides” said Amy Hunter, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategist/Community Activist. “I didn't just learn from these pages, I couldn't wait to turn the page, I wrote in the margins, stopped, journaled and then with joy picked the book back up to finish. If you can only read one book that will shift your thinking, change your mind, and impact your life, I suggest this one. It is a must read and a transformational game changer.” Over 100 Financial Agents and Top Business Executives Interviewed Nationwide Get it on Amazon today!  

Advice To My Younger Me
Episode 132: Advice to My Younger Me: Career Lessons from 100 Successful Women is launched!

Advice To My Younger Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 28:40


Sara is interviewed about the origin and content of her new book, Advice to My Younger Me: Career Lessons from 100 Successful Women. You'll hear: A decision I made early in my career that I regret The mindset you need to have your most successful career How to discover what your Right Work is Book:  Advice to My Younger Me: Career Lessons from 100 Successful Women   Leave a review of the book. Website: www.tomyyounger.me    Sign up for the Advice to My Younger Me monthly newsletter: www.tomyyounger.me Sara can be reached on LinkedIn. 

Everyday Wellness
Ep. 189 The Wisdom Behind Womanhood with Dr. Sonya Jensen

Everyday Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 62:37


I am delighted to have Dr. Sonya Jensen joining me on the show today! Dr. Sonya is a Naturopathic Physician with a mission to change the way women understand their bodies and themselves. She believes that women are the center of their families and communities, and by supporting them, they create a ripple effect that supports the whole. Dr. Jensen is a mother of two boys, an author, a yoga teacher, a podcaster, and a workshop and retreat leader. She runs her practice with her husband, and they help their community move into a state of thriving from surviving. Her background in cell biology and her lived experience with Ayurvedic Medicine in her home have given her insights into the human body that help her serve the women and families she works with from multiple different lenses. She is the co-founder of Divine Elements Health Center, The Longevity Lab, and The Health Ignited Academy, alongside her husband, Dr. Nicholas Jensen. Dr. Sonya believes it is everyone's birthright to live a happy, healthy, joyful, and abundant life. Younger women often tend to pressure themselves to be perfect, both personally and in their professional lives. That sometimes occurs unknowingly. It usually happens because of peer pressure and the expectation, influence, and conditioning they get from their families. In this episode, Dr. Sonya talks about her new book, Woman Unleashed: Release Your Story. She discusses the effects of stress, talks about contraception, and explains how synthetic hormones like oral contraceptives can influence women's lives. She also shares some tips for coping with the changes that occur as women approach menopause. Stay tuned for more! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: Dr. Sonya explains what motivated her to write her book, Woman Unleashed: Release Your Story. The conditioning we get from our families starts in the womb, and it affects many of the choices we make in our lives. Most children experience traumas, micro-traumas, and stresses that impact them in profound ways. What happens in a woman's body when she is under stress and in survival mode? Dr. Sonya shares strategies for bringing women out of the fight, flight, freeze, or please mode and back to the calm parasympathetic reproductive physical state. The effect that synthetic hormones like oral contraceptives have on women's bodies. Dr. Sonya talks about various contraceptive options that will allow you to honor your body and stay connected with it. The physical and emotional changes women can expect to experience as they approach menopause. Dr. Sonya shares some tips for dealing with the changes that occur as women transition into perimenopause. Dr. Sonya explains how fasting is a strategy for supporting your hormones, becoming more aligned, and honoring your life. Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website  Connect with Dr. Sonya Jensen On her website  On Instagram  Buy a copy of her book (The book is also available from Amazon and other booksellers) Books mentioned: The Body Keeps Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing by Bessel van der Kolk Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nestor  The High 5 Habit: Take Control of Your Life with One Simple Habit by Mel Robbins This Is Your Brain on Birth Control: The Surprising Science of Women, Hormones, and the Law of Unintended Consequences by Sarah Chapman Hill

Dwell
Homeschooling Boys Part 1: The Younger Years

Dwell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 37:09


Join Emily, Renee, and Karen as they discuss the challenges and joys of homeschooling boys in the early years. Here's a sampling of some of the advice they offer: don't try to do “school” at home, keep them moving, and be flexible, all the while teaching them skills and helping them develop self control. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hop Nation USA - A Craft Beer Podcast
Episode 231: Malt Liquor Future & The Brain Fog

Hop Nation USA - A Craft Beer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 108:27


It's Tryanuary on the Zoom. Kelsey joins Adam and Steve in the year 2022. Social Distancing? Still on. They talk about the big news of Monster Energy buying Oskar Blues and Cigar City, Seaworld sucks, and Ballast Point might come back ... ? Then our 2022 prognostications, and Steve paints a dystopian nightmare. Finally, it's hot takes about Pliney the Younger, Pittsburgh, and PBR on Word BEERS: Great Divide Peach Milkshake IPA Flying Machines x The Eighth State Brewing Company Futura IX Sour IPA Grist House Continental Breakfast Stout Decadent Ales Coconut Almond Macaron IPA Two Frays Magnificent Beasts Schwarzbier Ellicottville Brewing Sugar Cookie Ale Kasteel Nitro Bacchus Frambozenbier Platform Prantl's Cocolate Almond Torte Heavy Seas Brewing Dark Anchor Porter  

Spectator Radio
The Edition: Is it over?

Spectator Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 34:19


In this week's episode: Is Boris Johnson done for?  In this week's Spectator cover story, our political editor James Forsyth and our deputy political editor Katy Balls write about Boris Johnson's perilous position in the aftermath of the Partygate scandal. They join the podcast to predict the Prime Minister's fate. (00:40) Also this week: Is there a dangerous side to self-improvement? The hashtag manifesting has had billions of impressions on social media in the last year. Younger generations love it and Mary Wakefield explores this viral phenomenon in her column this week. She joins the podcast along with Ally Head, the health and sustainability editor for Marie Claire UK who has interviewed a number of manifestation experts. (14:36)    And finally: how attractive are your feet?  Kate Andrews, the Spectator's economics editor, made an unusual discovery at the end of last year. Pictures of her in flip flops had made it onto a particular website, Wikifeet – ‘the internet's largest collaborative celebrity feet website'. Kate wrote about her surprising discovery in this week's magazine, and she joins the podcast along with Theresa Bedford, a personal finance and investing expert who has written about the best ways to sell pictures of your feet online. (28:59) Hosted by Lara Prendergast and William Moore Produced by Sam Holmes Subscribe to The Spectator today and get a £20 Amazon gift voucher: www.spectator.co.uk/voucher  Listen to Lara's food podcast Table Talk: https://www.spectator.co.uk/podcasts/table-talk 

Talk Is Cheap with Kianna J.
39: Why Won't They Commit to Being in a Relationship?

Talk Is Cheap with Kianna J.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 76:16


A look at the modern dating landscape reveals that something in our attitudes toward commitment has changed. Younger men and women seem to be increasingly postponing or avoiding marriage and serious relationships. Casual relationships and structures—from friends-with-benefits and cohabitation to out-of-wedlock births—are more common, too.Why do so many people suddenly seem to be commitment-phobic?

Super Human Radio
Can We Make Our Immune System Younger? plus Treat Beef Like Coal?

Super Human Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 85:08


SHR # 2814:: Can We Make Our Immune System Younger? plus Treat Beef Like Coal? - Nikolina Lauc - Will Harris - Our immune system keeps us alive and IgG glycome composition associated with life expectancy in 27 different countries, it is associated even with the development index in the individual countries, meaning part of it is socioeconomic, in the UK life expectancy can vary by 17 years based on your postcode (it went from 10-17yrs since covid). We look at the glycome as a possible better way to assess biological age than methylation clocks on todays show and how to influence you glycome and age better. PLUS In a recent article published in The Economist the author suggested that beef is as bad for the planet as coal and, as such, should be eliminated just like the fossil fuel. But are they right? Visit White Oak Pastures at http://shrnetwork.biz/whiteoak and get 10% OFF sitewide using code SUPERHUMAN .

The Daily Stoic
General Stanley McChrystal on Getting Comfortable with Risk | Set Up Your Hall of Heroes

The Daily Stoic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 61:57


Ryan reads today's daily meditation and talks to retired United States Army General Stanley Allen McChrystal about how to become comfortable with risk as a leader, the rise and spread of misinformation, the effect that individuals have on humanity, and more.Stanley Allen McChrystal is a retired United States Army general best known for his command of Joint Special Operations Command in the mid-2000s. He established a consultancy firm, McChrystal Group, in 2011 and advises senior executives at multinational corporations on navigating complex change and building stronger teams. His new book Risk: A User's Guide is about an entirely new way to understand risk and master the unknown.Get a hand-sculpted pewter portrait bust of Seneca the Younger in the Daily Stoic Store. Only available for delivery to US-based locations.GiveWell is the best site for figuring out how and where to donate your money to have the greatest impact. Go to Givewell.org to read more about their research or donate to any of their recommended charities. Enter Daily Stoic at checkout so they know we sent you.Shopify has the tools and resources that make it easy for any business to succeed from down the street to around the globe. Go to shopify.com/stoic, all lowercase, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Grow your business with Shopify today - go to shopify.com/stoic right now.Talkspace is an online and mobile therapy company. Make your mental health more than just another New Year's resolution, with Talkspace. Visit talkspace.com and get $100 off your first month when you use promo code STOIC at sign-up. That's $100 off at talkspace.com, promo code STOIC.Reframe is a neuroscience based smartphone app that helps users cut-back or quit drinking alcohol. Using evidence-based tools, techniques and content, To learn more go to JOINREFRAMEAPP.COM/stoic and use the code STOIC for 25% off your first month or annual subscription. Download Reframe on the App Store today.Sign up for the Daily Stoic email: https://DailyStoic.com/dailyemailCheck out the Daily Stoic Store for Stoic inspired products, signed books, and more.Follow us: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, FacebookFollow General Stanley McChrystal: Homepage, TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Social Capital
Manufacturing Mavens #2: Digital Transformation In The Manufacturing Industry

Social Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 31:52


Manufacturing Mavens Episode 2: Digital Transformation In The Manufacturing Industry   Today's episode is Part 2 of our 3-part Manufacturing Mavens - a BROADcast Mini Series. I've got 2 guest hosts with me for this mini-series! Kristina (Kris) Harrington and Erin Courtenay. Part 2 is going to be Guest Hosted by Kris Harrington. Kris is the President and COO for GenAlpha Technologies. During her time with OEMs in the mining industry, Kris and the other founders of GenAlpha saw a need to find a better way for B2B manufacturers to do business. This led to the development of Equip, an eCommerce, eCatalog, and Analytics solution for manufacturers and distributors who want to grow their business online. Take it away, Kris!    Kris: Thanks, Lori! Happy to be here. Let's start this show with a quick introduction to our hosts.   Erin Courtenay is VP of Digital Services at Earthling Interactive. Erin loves watching programmers work their magic, opening up the possibilities of the internet to small and medium businesses with powerful websites and custom software. Calling herself a “digital empathy practitioner”, Erin is determined to help clients move thoughtfully and compassionately into their digital future.   Lori Highby is a podcast host, speaker, educator, and founder of Keystone Click, a strategic digital marketing agency. Using her vast multi-industry knowledge - gained from experience and education, She can see the potential of greatness within the already established good of a business. Through strategic actionable moves, she has worked with Fortune 500 companies such as ABB and Syngenta to micro-business owners, to achieve their marketing goals. Lori carries her energy and drives into her professional engagements in order to empower and educate other fellow life-long learners.   Thank you, mavens, it is such a pleasure to be here with you both today. As a former leader in a global manufacturing organization responsible for growing equipment and aftermarket sales, and now a leader of a digital eCommerce company, I am often reminded how much things have changed in just the past twenty years. I mean, I can remember when I was so excited to get a Blackberry phone (remember those?) so that when I was traveling to remote mining areas and arrived at my hotel, I wouldn't have to hook up my laptop to the dial-up hotel internet connection just to check my emails to make sure I didn't miss anything important before going in to visit my customer the next day. It was so much faster to check them from my Blackberry, and for me, this was roughly 2007.   Fast forward to today, now if a manufacturer were to roll out an eCommerce solution like Equip, if I were still that same sales leader visiting my customer, I would be able to stand next to their machine in the pit and pull up full product bills of materials, identify the products from a 3D interactive drawing, add them to a shopping cart and send them a quotation all from a smartphone or tablet. The customer experience opportunities are incredibly different today for those manufacturers who are ready to make the leap into digital self-service. And this is just one example of the type of digital services available. This takes us to today's topic - Manufacturing and Digital Transformation where we're going to talk about manufacturers and their journey toward digital transformation.   Let's get into it. To set the stage, Erin and Lori, I would like to hear how each of you define digital transformation for the manufacturing industry?   Erin: One thing it always goes back to his business goals. Your business goals should define your approach to digital transformation. In manufacturing, I see a couple of things that define digital transformation. The first is digital transformation as cultural transformation. So opening the business culture to digital tools, be in sales, operations production is a cultural change. And so the digital transformation has an impact on everyone, and how they identify as part of the organization. The next component of digital transformation is maintenance or growth strategy for your business. So tools like eCommerce, ERP, automation are becoming sort of the oxygen of all businesses, and manufacturing is no different. So to breathe, to grow, it can't be ignored, digital transformation is going to be foundational.   Lori: I resonate with everything you said, and especially the cultural component because regardless of any transformation that you are incorporating into your business, you've got to get everyone on board and it's sometimes very challenging to do that if this is the way we've always been doing it for the last 40 years and you're trying to teach an old dog new tricks. I like to compare it to what manufacturing has been doing already with regards to automation, robotics, and creating efficiencies in their business, I think it's no different when you're looking at other segments of the business such as marketing, sales, and the communications and that relationship and that nurturing and it's just taking that transformation or that evolution of what's happening, and applying it to different segments of the business. You mentioned ERP systems, which are taking all elements of your business and combining them into one extremely useful digital tool and resource. But the critical component of that is the adoption of getting all components together and then getting all of the business on board with how to use that component. If you're looking at marketing automation, you need the sales and the marketing team working together on the same page and it's all about maximizing the relationships. COVID taught us real quickly that you can have relationships that aren't in person shaking hands, and that you can still nurture and create new connections.   Kris: I know there have been numerous articles written about this, but I am curious, based on each of your experiences, what do you think are the three most important reasons why manufacturers need to be prioritizing digital transformation?   Lori: It's hard to pick only three. I'll start with something that carries over from the last question, which is that efficiencies are there. Just like in the machines and the equipment at the plants, there are efficiencies in leveraging the digital tools and resources out there. We're all in that marketing and sales side of things, but we really focus on maximizing and shortening that lifecycle and making it easier to have those conversations with your clients or your potential clients. The second one, I would say is this next generation, the current generation is online. That's where your next client is hanging out. They're not going to answer the phone, they're not always going to show up at a trade show because I think trade shows are more of that nurturing opportunity. Using SEO making sure your websites getting found online, leveraging social media to tell your brand story, and creating efficiencies around that is going to help you to continue to find that next client. The third thing that I think is the most important actually out of all these three, is what your customers are expecting. They're expecting to have a conversation on your website using a chat feature, they're expecting to log in to place an order online and just repeat that order and not have to have a conversation or get an instant quote, or whatever it is. If your customers are expecting this, you have to make this transformation.   Erin: My response to three reasons that digital transformation is more of a big picture kind of thought. First is attracting and retaining a workforce. Younger generations, like Lori, pointed out, expect and anticipate a digital forward work environment. If you can't provide that, that's not going to be appealing to younger people. We all have heard about how workforce attraction and retention is a big issue in manufacturing so digital transformation, not only for the functional parts but going back to that cultural idea, demonstrating that your digital forward as a company or as an organization. Next is modernization. I mean, we don't leave our baskets anymore. We're not horse-drawn carriages, we're digital so it's time to get there. Then the last one, I think this is not spoken about enough is pleasure and freedom. I just was in a webinar the other day which talked about the future and technology and what it can do for us. If we can lean more heavily on digital tools to do sort of the mundane things for us, it can open up all these possibilities of creativity, of moving ahead, of offering us time to do the things that we really love and care about, and value. If we're going to get there, that means we all have to participate and contribute to digital transformation, not just wait for it to happen, because then that's something that's happening to us, not something that's happening with us.   Kris: The world is a bit of a crazy place right now, what do you think are some of the biggest challenges manufacturers are facing today that may be preventing them from moving forward with their digital journey?   Erin: This is where I may get a little controversial. I think one of the biggest challenges is rigid industry leadership that is not helping lead us into the next era with digital transformation. I see people like Matt Goose and Eddie Saunders doing much of the heavy lifting. These are folks that are getting young kids excited about manufacturing by meeting them where they are and they are doing that heavy lifting. I'd like to see more of that from industry leadership. So it's a little bit of a prescription and also a diagnosis mixed in together.   Lori: Erin, I just have to say that I love your perspective. My answer is from a bit different perspective in that I think part of the challenge is that to some extent, it's cluttered. There's a lot of information coming from a lot of different directions and you don't know where to start. I think there's also this fear of the unknown because it can be a big investment. I know that these manufacturing organizations, when they invest in a new piece of machinery, they have so much confidence that it's going to produce a certain volume of new business for them, and they can get so much work done. But when they're making this investment into this unknown territory, where they don't have their historical references for themselves to have confidence on how it's going to improve their business, they're really just trusting kind of someone else's opinions, but there are opinions on all different spectrums and there are all different ways to tackle this. So I think that's where there's a lot of hesitation and reservation to move forward.   Kris: If you could offer one piece of advice on how digital can help solve the challenges preventing companies from moving forward, what would it be?   Lori: To solve the problem based on how I answered the last question, I would say manufacturers need to start having the conversations with those that are doing it right now and start asking some intelligent questions to build their confidence and really just get that conversation going, which is what we're doing right now. They have to have true curiosity into this topic in order to have any movement going forward and helping them solve some of these bigger issues where digital can do so much and solve so many problems. Yeah, it is a time and financial investment on the front end, but the long end return significantly outweighs any current hurdles that someone may be having right now. So my very simple answer is to start talking about it and start asking questions.   Erin: A challenge that keeps folks from moving forward and I think I'm going to name that challenge as thinking that you're locked in a rigid mindset. Whether that's before you get started with the technology, or you might even be mid-technology and so that brings to mind this example of somebody that we worked with. They had a transportation management system platform that they were using and it just kept not being the right solution for them. Over and over again, they were running into roadblocks and barriers and they asked us how we could help them. We suggested to them that they should make their own because it could fit their needs and might even save them money. They decided to try it and not only did they save money, but they also ended up making six figures from that platform, because they were able to then sort of rent it out to some other folks as well. So just knowing that one of the great things about digital transformation is flexibility is the ability to name your own solution. It can be daunting, I totally get it, but if you keep that in mind, that you should ask for what you want, you should know what you want and ask for it and not be let alone by the no's, that will help you really move forward.   Kris: What services do each of you offer that support the manufacturing industry?   Erin: At Earthling Interactive, we do take that consultative approach. Yes, can seem off-putting at first, but what that allows us to do is though, is we are adept at starting where you are, where our clients are. For example, so many manufacturing websites are, frankly terrible, and they're out of date. But you can actually accomplish a lot with just a website refresh, and not just because of how it looks, but it can function and be a very powerful tool for you and your business. We can start there, let's just get you a new website. But we're also great at modifications and fixes. For example, if you're running a technology that's falling short of your expectations, like that example that I mentioned before with the TMS system, or let's say you've got a time tracking system that isn't conforming to your business model, we can help it get there, we can help do those tweaks in those modifications so that you have a tool that really works with your business, and helps you accomplish your goals.   Lori: At Keystone Click, we brand ourselves as a strategic digital marketing agency. What we're doing is really focusing on our clients' customers. So you the manufacturer, you're trying to get new customers, and we get inside the head of your customer and really figure out what is that customer journey? What is the pain that they initially have? How are they searching for that pain? Because people don't know what the solution is the right way they know what the challenge is that they're facing. Then how do we position you and tell your brand story in the digital space so that you are positioned as the expert to solve the problem that they have? We do that by conducting research on your customer and then building a full strategic plan that's focused on helping you achieve your business goals. Then we support the implementation and we do websites as well. We manage your social paid initiatives, and really anything under that digital umbrella with your business end goal in mind. What about you, Kris?   Kris: I think the best way to describe what the Gen Alpha team does is really equip manufacturers and distributors with the tools, services, and advice that they need to sell their products online. So we come with real-world experience, the founding members of Gen Alpha all worked in manufacturing and we truly believe that there was an easier way of doing business with a manufacturer. So we've been in the shoes of our customers, trying to satisfy their customers and grow business at the same time. We believe that in coordination with our clients. We keep building upon our already solid foundation of helping them to keep delivering better solutions year after year. So we truly love working with the manufacturing industry and we want these people to be relevant and successful in the future. I think what I would say about all of us and all of our companies is that we do care so much. If you were to work with any one of us, you're going to have a trusted relationship where we're going, to be honest with you about your business, how we believe we can help you, we're going to offer you alternative solutions, but the true intention around everything we're doing is for the greater good.    Thank you for listening to part 2 of our 3-part series. If you've enjoyed what you heard, definitely chime in for part 3, and if you didn't get a chance to listen to Part 1 - you'll want to take a listen as we dove into Social Selling. In Part 3 we will be talking about co-opetition vs competition. Reach out to Lori if you're interested more about strategic digital marketing, reach out to Kris if you want to learn more about manufacturing eCommerce solutions, and reach out to Erin if you're interested in learning more about manufacturing consulting services.   Head to keystoneclick.com/mavens to learn more about your hosts and their exclusive offerings available for Mavens listeners!

For What It's Worth
(Part 3) Longevity focus: Connective tech and its privacy tradeoffs

For What It's Worth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 15:21


Younger generations aren't the only ones balancing the benefits of technological innovation with drawbacks like digital addiction, privacy concerns and mental health effects. Dr. Joe Coughlin, founder and director of the MIT AgeLab, discusses how future technological advances may affect the well-being of older individuals. [Recorded 12/2/21]

Autism Classroom Resources Podcast
Skills to Target During Morning Meeting for Younger & Older Students

Autism Classroom Resources Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 15:32


Circle time or morning meeting? While what we call it depends on the age of the students, the need to effectively teach skills during this time is still the same. So in this episode, I discuss the importance of targeting both curriculum skills and individual goals for various age groups, as well as the kind of skills to teach. 2:26 - Why circle time/morning meeting is a good time to address curriculum goals 3:08 - Five common areas to consider regarding general goals of morning meeting for the group 4:07 - The three different types of instruction I use for daily scheduled activities 6:02 - Discussing specific skill targets to meet in group instruction 8:35 - Ways to implement social skills for younger and older students 12:10 - Ways to implement communication language and learning readiness skills for all age groups Join us inside the Special Educators Academy for your 7 day free trial. Resources Grab the transcript, freebie and resource links at http://autismclassroomresources.com/episode105 Autism Classroom Resources' Free Resource Library... http://library.autismclassroomresources.com Want more information about the Special Educator Academy? SpecialEducatorAcademy.com Join the Free Facebook Group specialeducatorsconnection.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/autismclassroomresources/message

Noire Histoir
A Raisin in the Sun [Movie Review]

Noire Histoir

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 25:44


A review of “A Raisin in the Sun”, a 1961 film adapted from Lorraine Hansberry's 1959 play about the fictional Younger family. Show notes are available at http://noirehistoir.com/blog/a-raisin-in-the-sun-movie-review.

Younger with Dr. Robyn Benson
Title: What is C60 and why should you take it?

Younger with Dr. Robyn Benson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 43:05


Key Takeaways:  Understand what C60 is, or as the scientist community calls it Buckminster Fullerene, how and why you should consider taking it daily.  Learn who discovered it and how they won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry when they did.  Hear how Kenneth Swartz discovered C60.  Find out why many are saying C60 could be the next CBD.  Hear the definitive difference between C60 from other antioxidants.   Learn more about the 4 key antioxidants available in C60.  Find out what a “free radical sponge” is and how it can help your body.  Understand the healthy power of neutralizing oxidative radicals.   Hear about the health benefits of C60, what to expect and why you want to have access to the best quality available.  What research is confirming about C60 as a great anti-aging molecule for youthful skin and joints.  Ways C60 can support a balanced immune function and healthy inflammatory response.  Learn what most people notice after taking C60 daily for more than a month.  Hear more about the results men are having with C60 and the benefits women are finding.  Know there are a few contraindications.  Listen so you know what they are and when you should consult their doctor before using C60.  Learn why some say C60 more powerful than vitamin C, but should not replace it.   Hear Kenneth's thoughts about activated charcoal C60.  Distinguish C60 Purple Power from other products on the market and hear how they use 99.99% pure sublimated Carbon 60, (never exposed to solvents), and why C60 is made with 100% certified organic oils.  Episode Summary:  In this episode you will learn more about C60 and why it is becoming one of the most powerful antioxidants available on the market today!  C60 is an antioxidant that is proving to offer an efficacy that is equal to several hundred times over conventional antioxidants.  Research is showing it can help maximize the positive desired results for cells in the production of energy, but it may also provide cellular protection against many toxic environmental factors we live with today.  Imagine releasing a free radical scavenger into your body that is a natural occurring molecule comprised of 60 carbon atoms that forms something like a hollow soccer ball.  C60 is one of the only molecules known today that defined as a single element and can form a spherical cage.  Think of this unique structure like a “free radical sponge” with the ability to neutralize free radicals and reset itself again and again.     Team Bios:   Kenneth Swartz   Ken Swartz, aka “Ken the Scientist,” is the founder and Chief Science Officer of C60 Purple Power, a health and wellness company committed to delivering the highest quality Carbon 60 products available.    Ken earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Colorado at Denver and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Arizona State University. He spent the early part of his career as a secondary school teacher, and he continues to be passionate about helping and educating people.    Ken has run several research science laboratories over the course of his career and discovered C60 while developing the MOXY fusion reactor. During his research, he became aware of the powerful free radical neutralizing properties of C60.    He first began using C60 as a radiation protectant while leading a fusion research project. About 8 months after Ken started taking C60, he had a positive experience occur with his health.* But due to FDA regulations, we aren't able to share that information on this site. However, Ken's personal experience with C60 was so profound that he decided to dedicate himself to the research, study, and manufacturing of C60 Buckminsterfullerene products.    In 2016, Ken founded C60 Purple Power which offers 99.99% pure sublimated Carbon 60, (never exposed to solvents), delivered in 100% certified organic oils, made in the USA. Ken believes that “your health is your responsibility” and he is on a mission to help people feel empowered to take control of their health.    *Results shared in this YOUNGER podcast episode may not be typical. These statements and products have not been approved by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.   Jessica MacNaughton   Jessica MacNaughton serves as the Chief Operating Officer for C60 Purple Power and leads the day-to-day business operations with oversight for all aspects of business development and strategy, sales, marketing, and technology. She earned an MBA and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Denver.     After taking C60 for about 12 months, she noticed her body's response to seasonal allergies were less noticeable, as well as her very painful PMS symptoms. She also noticed a dramatic increase in hair and nail growth, and that her mental clarity and focus were substantially sharper.   Inspired by her own health journey with C60, she joined Ken in early 2019 to help accelerate his mission to bring C60 to the world.   Like Ken, she is passionate about helping people and their pets, achieve optimal health, at every age.    Resources for a Younger Lifestyle:  Contraindications:    If you are on a blood thinner, consult with your doctor before using any form of C60 and make sure you do extra testing.  If you are pregnant or breast feeding, consult with your doctor before using any form of C60.  Forbes Magazine Article: This Nobel Prize-Winning Molecule Could Be The Best Thing For Anti-Aging - https://www.forbes.com/sites/rebeccasuhrawardi/2021/04/30/this-nobel-prize-winning-molecule-could-be-the-best-thing-for-anti-aging/?sh=161c88d26ada   Research Gate: Possible Mechanisms of Fullerene C60 Antioxidant Action - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/258503997_Possible_Mechanisms_of_Fullerene_C60_Antioxidant_Action   PubMed: The applications of buckminsterfullerene C60 and derivatives in orthopaedic research - https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24409811/   C60 Purple Power [20% off your first purchase when you use Discount CODE: DrBenson] - https://c60purplepower.com/     Quotes:  Jessica: “I want to jump in here and say, Ken was pissed off about Fukushima, and he was trying to prove a more efficient form of nuclear fusion, so when you know Ken like I do, you will realize he is a big problem solver.”  Kenneth: “C60 is an antioxidant and takes care of those oxidative radicals which can help protect you against that sort of that secondary sort of damage from radiation.”  Jessica: “What C60 truly is, is it's a molecule of carbon with 60 tiny atoms in it.  What we are finding is it works at the cellular level to lift the oxidative burden in for example, people that are dealing with inflammation, oxidative stress.  Think of it as a free radical which is how many who are taking it benefit.”  Kenneth: “That's why it's characterized as several 100 times more powerful than conventional antioxidants. Because it has the capacity to reset itself. It doesn't need any other chemistry to do that because it can do it by itself.”  Jessica: “I heard a statistic the other day that stated most men before leaving their house are exposed to 300 chemicals a day, and most women are exposed to 500 chemicals today.”  Kenneth: “We've had people that have taken C60 for a long time, and their average telomere length seems to increase.  C60 is not making the telomeres in your inside the cells longer, but rather wipes out the cellular senescence with very short telomeres.”   

Pardon the Mess: A Christian Parenting Podcast
The four things I would tell my younger parenting self

Pardon the Mess: A Christian Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 35:14


I'm kicking off the New Year a little differently this year with no guest joining us today. Instead, I'm sharing some of the things I wish I had known as a younger mom. I try not to live with regrets, but I also know the value that comes by taking inventory in our parenting and acknowledging the areas of growth as well as the struggles. The four things I'm sharing with you today began with an article I wrote several years ago from the perspective of “the oldest mom on the playground.” Since then, I've had opportunities to share these parenting truths to various groups, and the Lord has given me even greater clarity that I pray will encourage and challenge you. I have no doubt that your social media feeds (like mine) are packed with all kinds of weight loss and exercise challenges for a physically healthier 2022. But I would also encourage you to avoid “back-burnering” (assuming that's a word) your parenting and instead take this week to consider what's working, what's not, where you might need to be encouraged, and where you need to encourage others. I'll start us off with today's podcast on the four things I would tell my younger parenting self. I would be so grateful if you would not only take a minute to listen, but then also share it with the other parents you're walking alongside with each day. P.S. As we begin this New Year, one of our prayers is that Pardon the Mess will reach more and more parents. One way you can help us do this is to leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen to podcasts. It would be a great blessing if you could take just a minute and do that for me today! So grateful

Waddle & Silvy
1/5 5 PM: Pace Outlook

Waddle & Silvy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 45:08


The guys discuss with fans if they believe Ryan Pace's job is safe. Play Older or Younger than Virginia McCaskey.

B-Schooled
Advice for younger MBA applicants: B-Schooled episode 89

B-Schooled

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 16:37


While there are deferred-admissions programs for MBA hopefuls who are still in college, is it possible for someone with just 1 or 2 years of work experience to get into an MBA program "the normal way"? It's not impossible, but it's pretty rare. This episode explains why, and gives advice for MBA applicants who are less than 3 years out of college. 

The Modern Customer Podcast
How To Stop Interrupting And Start Empowering Customers

The Modern Customer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 34:10


For decades, companies built brands by interrupting customers. It was the 30-second ads that interrupted a person's TV watching, the banner ad that interrupted their internet browsing, or the commercial that interrupted their streaming show.  But those days are over, says Jeff Rosenblum, co-founder of Questus. Companies need to move towards empowering their customers instead of interrupting them.  Rosenblum admits that interrupting can be effective at building brands, but that doesn't mean customers appreciate being interrupted. When talking with friends or family, an interruption is one of the most annoying ways to communicate—and that annoyance extends to interrupting brands. Younger customers especially are moving away from interruptions by paying for services to remove ads or simply checking out when a traditional commercial airs.   Empowering customers means providing them with resources and information and building relationships with them. Rosenblum says the goal should be to create content that is so valuable that people go out of their way to consume it and share it with others. Empowered prospects turn into customers, and empowered customers turn into brand evangelists.  Instead of relying on emotional messages, brands need to focus on functional messaging. Consumers make purchase decisions the same way as businesses—by focusing on ROI. Although they might not consciously realize they are doing it, consumers consider the best way to use their time and money. They need to know the features and functions of a product to make the best decision. Rosenblum says that brands that can put that functional messaging right in front of potential customers will convert people. Modern customers are in control and don't want to be interrupted.They want personalized content and will move on from insufficient information. Instead of simply pushing mass messages at customers, brands need to understand their needs and provide them with the resources to make empowered decisions.  Empowering customers with functional information and strong relationships helps them make confident buying decisions and creates loyal customers for the long term.  Blake Morgan is a customer experience futurist, keynote speaker, and author of the bestselling book The Customer Of The Future. For regular updates on customer experience, sign up for her weekly newsletter here.  Join the new Customer Experience Community here.

Places I Remember with Lea Lane
Best Tales And Memories Of '21, To Begin '22!

Places I Remember with Lea Lane

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 43:17


What a fabulous 2021 it's been for Places I Remember!  We've talked with fascinating travelers. We've won awards, and are now heard in 2,000 cities and 101 countries. To celebrate,  we're gifting you with a sampling of our favorite tales, stories and memories, so generously offered this past year.  Here goes:Heidi Sarna, author of Secret Singapore, tells of a discovery there in Ep. 39. In Ep. 2, Millie Ball, former travel editor and Mardi Gras queen, recalls a sweet New Orleans memory.In Ep. 40,  Donna Sandstrom, founder of The Whale Trail, tells a  of an Orca named Springer.  Jason Flesher, expedition leader in Antarctica,  explains "being snotted on by a whale" in Ep. 33.  In Ep. 9,  Norwegian travel expert Harald Hansen describes his surprise encounter with polar bears. In Ep. 26, 'American Idol 'and 'So You Think You Can Dance' producer Simon Fuller tells a memory from when he was filming the documentary Serengeti, in Tanzania.  In Ep. 25, Ahmed Taumi, a top Moroccan guide, talks of of a request we won't forget.  And we talk of Assisi Italy with author  Lori Erickson, in Ep. 30.In Ep. 21, mountaineer/author Jim Davidson, remembers summiting Everest. In Ep. 20, actor Stephen Bishop has a reality check in the Dominican  Republic and South Africa, traveling as a person of color. Travel memories from my much-traveled family: Granddaughter Sabrina remembers being on the border of Israel and Syria, in Ep. 23. Younger son Cary, a history buff and professor, offers a profound take about the WW1 and WW2 battlefields of Belgium and France, in  Ep. 18. In Ep. 15, son Randall, chief content officer of Forbes media, remembers meeting the aged fisherman from Hemingway's novella, The Old Man and the Sea, in Cuba. In Ep. 25, Patricia Schultz, author of 1000 Places to See Before You Die.  describes a special person: a story I especially love. Karen Misuraca, author of Secret Sonoma, tells of a mammoth surprise in Northern California wine country, in Ep. 47.  In Ep. 36, Patrice Henry remembers deep-diving women in Korea.In  Ep. 16, Midgie Moore, co-author of 100 Things to Do in Alaska Before You Die, describes the magic when she first saw the Northern Lights in Alaska. And still looking up, Anne Born describes the Milky Way seen from Northern Spain, in Ep. 4.Food makes memories. Financial guru Jean Chatzky, formerly of NBC's Today show,  shares a special meal with us in Ep. 38.  Patti Eshai, TikTok's popular “Duchess of Decorum” tells of a meal tradition in her homeland of Iran in Ep. 46. In Ep. 42, Deanne Burch, author of Journey Through Fire and Ice, shares  unusual meals  in a remote Arctic village.  Drinks can also stir memories. The first concoction is from Beverly Hills tourism director Karen Wagner in Ep. 16. The other, the strangest I have ever heard, is from Canadian CEO of Tours By Locals, Paul Melhus, in Ep. 46.And we end with a gorgeous Irish ballad straight from Dublin, from singer Joe Kearns, sung just for us in Ep. 7, to celebrate our wondrous year around the world. Even if we never left home, we were able to experience travel through memory._____ Podcast host Lea Lane blogs at forbes.com, has traveled to over 100 countries, and written nine books, including Places I Remember.

Cooper And Anthony Show
Tonights Game.. Are These Things Older Or Younger Than Betty White, Top TV Shows Of 2021, Antonio Brown's Bizarre Exit, New Year Predictions, Best Of What Are You Addicted To

Cooper And Anthony Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 66:59


Tonights Game.. Are These Things Older Or Younger Than Betty White? Top TV Shows Of 2021, Antonio Brown's Bizarre Exit, New Year Predictions, Best Of: What Are You Addicted To?  www.CooperandAnthony.com

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
How to Improve Your Metabolic Flexibility & Why It Matters (Minisode #57)

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 26:09


This episode is brought to you by ButcherBox.Most of us hear the term “metabolic health” and think it only applies to our ability to burn calories and manage our weight. And while those are certainly big pieces of metabolic health, it also impacts everything from our cardiovascular health to cognition, mood, infertility, and so much more. That's because our metabolism is actually our body's ability to create energy and this happens all over the body. If our energy production in the brain is hindered, we could have memory loss; if it's not functioning properly in muscle cells, we may see chronic pain—and the list goes on. In today's mini-episode, Dhru speaks with Dr. Casey Means and Dr. Sara Gottfried about how our metabolic health impacts our overall health, indicators of poor metabolic health, and how to improve metabolic flexibility. Dr. Casey Means is a Stanford-trained physician, Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of metabolic health company Levels, an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention, and a Lecturer at Stanford University. Dr. Means has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Men's Health, Forbes, and more. Dr. Sara Gottfried is a board-certified physician who graduated from Harvard and MIT. She practices evidence-based integrative, precision, and Functional Medicine. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences at Thomas Jefferson University, and Director of Precision Medicine at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health. Her three New York Times bestselling books include The Hormone Cure, The Hormone Reset Diet, and Younger. Her latest book is Women, Food, and Hormones. Find Dhru's full-length conversation with Dr. Casey Means here: https://lnk.to/dhru-170/Find Dhru's full-length conversation with Dr. Sara Gottfried here: https://lnk.to/dhru-238/For more on Dhru Purohit, follow him on Instagram @dhrupurohit, and on YouTube @dhrupurohit. You can also text Dhru at (302) 200-5643.This episode is brought to you by ButcherBox.Wild-caught salmon is one of my favorite go-to's to get brain-supporting, anti-inflammatory fats and clean protein in my diet. ButcherBox only uses wild-caught, sustainably harvested, Alaskan salmon and will deliver it right to your door for an amazing price. Right now, ButcherBox is offering new members a great deal for the New Year! Sign up at ButcherBox.com/dhru, and you'll receive two pounds of FREE salmon in your first box. And for a limited time, ButcherBox is offering our listeners an additional $10 off. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Outnumbered
What I'd Tell A Younger Me About BABIES {Episode 156}

Outnumbered

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 36:10


Audrey and Bonnie have a combined total of 40+ years of parenting experience which means that they often wish they could travel back in time and redo some of their early parenting years! But rather than looking back in regret, we're choosing to share our reflections with all of you in hopes of encouraging and uplifting those with young children. Above all, we talk about how to follow your intuition in this episode as we firmly believe that YOU are the best parent for your children. Episodes interviewing moms of special needs kids:Melissa EsplinMegan GibsonEpisode 21: Breastfeeding Episode 8: Kids and Sleep Episode 106: Get a baby to sleep Episode 135: Sleeping Arrangements Episode 41: Potty Training Episode 12: Intentional Parenting Episode 27: Mother's Intuition

Let Us Attend
January 9, 2022: Matthew 4:12-17, Told for Younger Children

Let Us Attend

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 2:58


The Armor Men's Health Hour
Too High Testosterone? Dr. Mistry Answers Listener Question on ED, Dutasteride, and Testosterone Therapy

The Armor Men's Health Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 10:43


Thanks for tuning in to the Armor Men's Health Hour Podcast today, where we bring you the latest and greatest in urology care and the best urology humor out there.In this segment, Dr. Mistry and Donna Lee answer a listener's question about the impact medication can have on testosterone levels. This 73YO man was diagnosed with an enlarged prostate with urethral obstruction and placed on Dutasteride and Tamsulosin to shrink the prostate so a Rezum procedure could be performed. Shortly thereafter, he began having symptoms of low testosterone, and lab work confirmed he had a T level of 400 with no free testosterone. His urologist stopped the Dutasteride and began giving him 100 milligrams of Testosterone Cypionate weekly, which greatly improved his symptoms. But after 9 weeks of hormone therapy, his T level had jumped to over 1500 and he was immediately taken off the T injections. He wonders what caused his T level elevation and whether it would be safe to resume T therapy because it was very helpful. Dr. Mistry explains that medications like Dutasteride and Finasteride, often taken for hair growth, can definitely cause symptoms of ED as well as lowered sperm counts. Younger men or men trying to conceive should be aware of the risk of these side effects. In the case of our listener, it is likely that the sudden surge in his T levels may be a simple lab error, since diagnostic machines often fail and have to be recalibrated. Because hormone therapy was so beneficial in mitigating his symptoms, he should definitely find a urologist who is comfortable with prescribing testosterone for men's health and try again. If you or someone you love is experincing symptoms of ED or low testosterone after taking Dutasteride or Finasteride, please call us today and check out our podcast on what we call "post-Finasteride syndrome." This episode previously aired on 9.11.21. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share us with a friend! As always, be well!Check our our award winning podcast!https://blog.feedspot.com/sex_therapy_podcasts/https://blog.feedspot.com/mens_health_podcasts/Dr. Mistry is a board-certified urologist and has been treating patients in the Austin and Greater Williamson County area since he started his private practice in 2007.We enjoy hearing from you! Email us at armormenshealth@gmail.com and we'll answer your question in an upcoming episode!Phone: (512) 238-0762Email: Armormenshealth@gmail.comWebsite: Armormenshealth.comOur Locations:Round Rock Office970 Hester's Crossing RoadSuite 101Round Rock, TX 78681South Austin Office6501 South CongressSuite 1-103Austin, TX 78745Lakeline Office12505 Hymeadow DriveSuite 2CAustin, TX 78750Dripping Springs Office170 Benney LaneSuite 202Dripping Springs, TX 78620

Free Agent Lifestyle
New Year's Evil: When Spouses Snap - Betty Broderick Deletes Ex Husband & His Younger Wife

Free Agent Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 131:45


New Year's Evil: When Spouses Snap - Betty Broderick Deletes Ex Husband & His Younger Wife Coach Greg Adams YouTube Channel Free Agent Lifestyle YouTube Channel

Saint of the Day
Our Holy Mother Melania the Younger of Rome (439)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 3:23


She was born in 383 in Rome, to a very wealthy family with large estates in Italy, Africa, Spain and even Britain. She was the grand- daughter of St Melania the Elder (June 8) and a pious disciple of Christ from a young age. She was married against her will at the age of fourteen, to a relative named Apinianus. They had two children, both of whom died in early childhood. Henceforth Melania and her husband dedicated themselves entirely to God. They had both dreamed of a high wall that they would have to climb before they could pass through the narrow gate that leads to life, and soon began to take measures to dispose of their wealth. This aroused opposition from some of the Senate, who were concerned that the selling off of such huge holdings would disrupt the economy of the State itself.   With the support of the Empress, though, Melania was able to free 8000 of her slaves and give each a gift of three gold pieces to begin life as freedmen. She employed agents to help fund the establishment of churches and monasteries throughout the Empire, donated many estates to the Church, and sold many more, giving the proceeds as alms. When Rome fell to the Goths under Alaric in 410, Melania and Apinianus moved to Sicily, then to Africa, where they completed the sale of their propery, donating the proceeds to monasteries and to aiding victims of the barbarians.   In Africa Melania, now aged about thirty, took up a life of the strictest asceticism: she kept a total fast on weekdays, only eating on Saturday and Sunday; she slept two hours a night, giving the rest of the night to vigil and prayer. Her days were spent in charitable works, using the remainder of her wealth to relieve the poor and benefit the Church. After seven years in Africa, Melania, her mother and her husband left on pilgrimage to the Holy Land. There they founded a monastery on the Mount of Olives, which grew to a community of ninety nuns. Melania's mother died in 431, then her husband and spiritual brother Apinianus ; she buried them side by side.   Save for one visit to Constantinople, Melania continued to live in reclusion in a small cave on the Mount of Olives; she became an advisor to the Empress Eudocia, who sought her expert counsel on her gifts to churches and monasteries.   Melania fell ill keeping the Vigil of Nativity in 439, and fell asleep in the Lord six days later; her last words were 'As it has pleased the Lord, so it has come to pass.' Her monastery was destroyed in 614 by the Persians, but her cave hermitage on the Mount of Olives is still a place of pilgrimage and veneration.

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON
Butter, Cheese, Milk Markets Strong And Climbing

MID-WEST FARM REPORT - MADISON

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 50:00


Consumer trends continue to change over time.  Younger generations tend to be "putting their money where their mouth is" and focusing on the values behind the food produced and the companies selling, rather than just the value of the product.  Charlie Arnot is part of the Center for Food Integrity and was a speaker at the recent Dairy Insight Summit with PDPW.  He shares what trends have been looking like and makes some predictions as to where things are headed. UW-River Falls is offering a new undergraduate Bachelor of Science program in international food operations management.  This is being conducted in conjunction with the Aeres University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.  Students will have the chance to learn about food management and science in both the US and the Netherlands and will earn degrees from both universities after completion of the program.  Brenda Boetel, professor and department chair of Agricultural Economics at UWRF joins us to share more. Bob Bosold catches up with Stewart Anhalt, Energy Sales Manager with ALCIVIA Cooperative.  They discuss the overall outlook for energy supplies and markets going forward.  Planning ahead and locking in contracts for energy purchases can help consumers to save money. Cheese and butter markets are seemingly strong lately and climbing, but why is that?  Matt Tranel, broker with EverAg joins us to discuss that and other topics.  Production struggles and other market movers look to be pushing class III and IV milk higher, at an unusual time of year.  This also is causing a slow down in cow slaughter here in the midwest, where feed is plentiful.  After chatting dairy, we also take a look at the recent strength in the corn markets, as well as soybean meal prices. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Healthy Vibrant YOU
048 - Jay Campbell The Fountain of Youth: Peptides for Younger Looking Skin and Hair Regrowth

Healthy Vibrant YOU

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 61:37


Peptides! It's something everyone in functional medicine is talking about—but what are they, and why do they help so much?! We're deep diving today into this new fountain of youth that I found for my skin and hair. I'm loving my results, so I decided I had to bring the founder of this new company, Asier Custom to hear his story and share this magic. (and, grab your own bottle of my new magical potion in a bottle at www.aseircustom.com, plus save 15% with code DrLisa15 at checkout! Jay Campbell is a 4x international best selling author, men's physique champion, co-founder of Aseir Custom and founder of the Jay Campbell Podcast. As a global influencer on health optimization and raising human consciousness, Jay is NO-nonsense, authentic, and FEARLESS in his servant mission of leading humanity towards the Golden Age. Since returning from 12 days in The Sacred Valley of Peru in 2019, he's experienced a profound awareness of the importance of #RaisingTheVibration of humanity to reach planetary consciousness aka unconditional love. Grab your peptides here: www.aseircustom.com DrLisa15 to save 15% Some of my favorite products: https://www.drlisao.com/pv   https://www.dryfarmwines.com/healthylivingsimple   https://www.aseircustom.com DrLisa15 to save 15% Keto Mojo https://www.drlisao.com/ketomojo  

The Good Life Coach
DR. SARA GOTTFRIED: LEARNING THE LANGUAGE OF OUR HORMONES TO LIVE HEALTHIER W/NYTIMES BEST-SELLING AUTHOR

The Good Life Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 60:31


Dr. Sara Gottfried, New York Times best-selling author of numerous books geared to empower women with the information they need to live healthier lives joins us to shed light on the relationship between our hormones and food. We discuss her most recent book, Women, Food, and Hormones: A 4-Week Plan to Achieve Hormonal Balance, Lose Weight, and Feel Like Yourself Again. If you want to understand your hormones and how to be healthy, strong, and to create balance in your life – you are going to love this conversation! All of the show notes can be found at thegoodlifecoach.com/162. While on the show notes page, I'd love for you to join our community. You'll receive more inspiration and tips to love yourself and your life. You'll get a FREE copy of Michele's Book, Design a Life You Love. WHAT WE DISCUSS: 1️⃣ What is precision medicine and why it is way she practices medicine. 2️⃣ How healthcare should focus more on personalization and bio-individuality, rather than focus on the population, which is the medicine of the average. 3️⃣ Why women need to demand better care and ask doctors to look at root cause. 4️⃣ Why we need to eat in a way that regulates our hormones, from insulin to estrogen. 5️⃣ How anxiety and depression can be impacted by hormones being out of balance. 6️⃣ Why classic keto doesn't work for many women. 7️⃣ The Gottfried Protocol and how to approach eating for metabolic health. 8️⃣ The important role testosterone plays in women's health. 9️⃣ Dr. Gottfried's daily morning routine and one thing not to do to begin your day, and much more! RESOURCES MENTIONED Website: Dr. Gottfried's website with more resources Book: Women, Food, and Hormones – Book Instagram: Dr. Gottfried Integrative Practice: Dr. Gottfried Michele on Instagram MORE ABOUT DR SARA GOTTFRIED: Sara Gottfried, MD is a board-certified physician, researcher, educator, and NYT bestselling author. She graduated from Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and completed residency at the University of California at San Francisco. Over the past 25 years, Dr. Gottfried has seen more than 25,000 patients and specializes in identifying the underlying cause of her patients' conditions to achieve true and lasting health transformations, not just symptom management.Dr. Gottfried is a global keynote speaker who practices evidence-based integrative, functional, and precision medicine. She is Clinical Assistant Professor in Dept. of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, and Director of Precision Medicine at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health.Her three New York Times bestselling books include: The Hormone Cure, The Hormone Reset Diet, and Younger. Her new book just came out in September 2021, called Women, Food, and Hormones. Learn more at SaraGottfriedMD.com

Emily Chang’s Tech Briefing
Lucas Shaw: Spotify executives are worried over the way younger people use the site

Emily Chang’s Tech Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 2:44


Spotify executives are worried that younger people aren't using the site the same way its older users are.  For more, KCBS Radio news anchor Eric Thomas spoke with Bloomberg Entertainment reporter Lucas Shaw. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast
The Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic Happening In Younger People - Kim Williams, MD

The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 7:16


The Cardiovascular Disease Epidemic Happening In Younger People -  Kim Williams, MDKim Williams, M.D.•           https://doctors.rush.edu/details/1728/kim-williams-sr-cardiovascular_disease-chicago-oak_park•           Past President of the American College of Cardiology Kim Allan Williams Sr. (born 1955) is an American cardiologist. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and served as its president from 2015 to 2016. He is currently a trustee of the organization. He has board certifications in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases, nuclear medicine, nuclear cardiology, and cardiovascular computed tomography. He has served on the faculty of the Pritzker School of Medicine, the Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan, and since 2013 at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, where he is the head of the cardiology department Williams has served as president of the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, chairman of the Coalition of Cardiovascular Organizations, and chairman of the board of the Association of Black Cardiologists, among other positions. #KimWilliams #TheRealTruthAboutHealth  #WholeFood #Vegan #Vegetarian #PlantBasedNutrition  CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealthLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth    Check out our Podcasts Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search:  The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83JGoogle:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Other Video ChannelsYoutube:  https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo:  https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble:   https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internalDailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealthBitChute:  https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ 

Let Us Attend
January 2, 2022: Mark 1:1-8, Told for Younger Children

Let Us Attend

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021


Critically Speaking
139 Dr. Jon Lieff: Consequences of Head Injuries

Critically Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 32:25


Just about everybody has bumped their head at least once in their life. A number of these bumps on the head, especially those resulting from more obvious head injury, are more serious than most of us imagine. What is a concussion? When should head trauma receive more attention? Given the recent reports about long term effects of head injuries in athletes, and the risks of head traumas for sports and accidents, let's learn a little bit more. After all, each of us has a head. Today's guest neuro psychiatrist, Dr. Jon Lieff, has been treating head injuries for decades, he even founded several programs for treating patients with head injuries. And interestingly, he's also the author of a book called, The Secret Language of Cells, a fascinating and very accessible description of how the cells in our body talk to each other in health and in illness.    Key Takeaways: Here is no exact definition of a concussion - we do not have the imaging devices accurate enough to see the tiny breaks in neurons and axons and it is based on the symptoms as a judgment call by the doctor.  Studying brain injury is still individual and still difficult. Some people are more resilient to head injuries over others. For example, young women and girls are particularly vulnerable for head injuries.    "Younger kids should avoid hitting their head. They're more sensitive to it. They're not going to notice it as much, and there is very good information that multiple hits are far worse than one or the occasional." —  Dr. Jon Lieff    Connect with Dr. Jon Lieff: Professional Bio: https://jonlieffmd.com/about  Twitter: https://twitter.com/jonlieffmd  Website: https://jonlieffmd.com/  Book: https://jonlieffmd.com/book/the-secret-language-of-cells  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonlieffmd/  Additional Resources: https://jonlieffmd.com/resources    Connect with Therese: Website:   www.criticallyspeaking.net Twitter: @CritiSpeak Email: theresemarkow@criticallyspeaking.net     Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.  

The Puberty Podcast
Pediatrician Kelly Fradin on Talking to Younger Kids about their Bodies

The Puberty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 41:29


For any parent wondering how to talk to younger kids about their bodies, Kelly Fradin (AKA) @adviceigivemyfriends is an amazing resource. Conversations about changing bodies really should start before bodies morph - Kelly walks through what to say when and how. Plus, in this episode you'll get a peek into the talks pediatricians have with tweens and teens when they kick parents out of the exam room.   Show Notes: http://instagram.com/adviceigivemyfriends/ http://facebook.com/adviceigivemyfriends/ http://adviceigivemyfriends.substack.com/ http://adviceigivemyfriends.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Parenting-Pandemic-family-through-COVID-19-ebook/dp/B08DDLJ96J/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=parenting+in+a+pandemic&qid=1615247207&sr=8-3 & Visit OOMLA to shop thoughtfully designed (OOM)Bras!   Produced by Dear Media

Telepractice Today
Julie Sovinsky Shares Ideas for Keeping Younger Children Engaged During Telepractice Sessions

Telepractice Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 35:35


Julie Sovinsky, M.H.Sc., SLP is a bilingual (English-French) speech-language pathologist in Ontario, Canada. She is the founder of Sweet Speech Therapy, a growing virtual speech and language clinic with a focus on parent coaching for late talkers as well as speech sound disorders and fluency for clients of all ages. Julie has been a lover of teletherapy since early 2020 and an SLP since 2013.

Ciao Bella!
Loving Lago di Como with Bianca Passera

Ciao Bella!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 38:00


From Pliny the Younger and Napoleon to George Clooney and the Roys of Succession, Como is Italy's ultimate exclusive Italian lake destination, and no one knows it better than Bianca Passera, 3rd generation hotelier and CEO of Lario Hotels.  Lario Hotels Ciao Bella INSTAGRAM: @ericafirpo TWITTER  @moscerina

Trumpcast
The Waves: The Case Against Ghislaine Maxwell

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 46:31


On this week's episode of The Waves, senior managing producer of Slate podcasts June Thomas is joined by Slate senior writer Seth Stevenson to talk about the ongoing trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, which Seth has been covering since it started at the end of November. Maxwell is accused of helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse minors by recruiting and grooming underage girls. First, Seth and June catch up on what has been happening in the courtroom now that the prosecution has rested its case. In the second half of the show, they unpack some of Maxwell's history of benefiting from shady men and Seth predicts what's to come. Looming over the trial, and our discussion: Is it fair to hold a woman accountable for aiding in a man's wrongdoings? Also mentioned in the episode: Seth's 2019 account of his experience being a member of the jury in a murder trial. In Slate Plus, Seth and June discuss TV shows that focus on young women trying to make it in New York media, like Younger and The Bold Type. Recommendations: June: The British TV show Antiques Road Trip Seth: The Peter Jackson documentary The Beatles: Get Back.   Podcast production by Cheyna Roth with editorial oversight by Susan Matthews and June Thomas.  Send your comments and recommendations on what to cover to thewaves@slate.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trending with Timmerie - Catholic Principals applied to today's experiences.
Marriage in the Metaverse; Younger Marriage, Less Divorce; and Uploading Your Brain to a Computer

Trending with Timmerie - Catholic Principals applied to today's experiences.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 48:39


Dr. Stacy Trasancos guests hosts and talks about couples getting married virtually. She then talks about how religious Americans tend to marry younger and divorce less. Plus, have you heard about people suggest the uploading of a brain to a computer to try to expand life after we die? As technological advancements become more pervasive, how do we live a moral life?

Trending with Timmerie - Catholic Principals applied to today's experiences.
Marriage in the Metaverse; Younger Marriage, Less Divorce; and Uploading Your Brain to a Computer

Trending with Timmerie - Catholic Principals applied to today's experiences.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021


Dr. Stacy Trasancos guests hosts and talks about couples getting married virtually. She then talks about how religious Americans tend to marry younger and divorce less. Plus, have you heard about people suggest the uploading of a brain to a computer to try to expand life after we die? As technological advancements become more pervasive, […]

Slate Daily Feed
The Waves: The Case Against Ghislaine Maxwell

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 46:31


On this week's episode of The Waves, senior managing producer of Slate podcasts June Thomas is joined by Slate senior writer Seth Stevenson to talk about the ongoing trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, which Seth has been covering since it started at the end of November. Maxwell is accused of helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse minors by recruiting and grooming underage girls. First, Seth and June catch up on what has been happening in the courtroom now that the prosecution has rested its case. In the second half of the show, they unpack some of Maxwell's history of benefiting from shady men and Seth predicts what's to come. Looming over the trial, and our discussion: Is it fair to hold a woman accountable for aiding in a man's wrongdoings? Also mentioned in the episode: Seth's 2019 account of his experience being a member of the jury in a murder trial. In Slate Plus, Seth and June discuss TV shows that focus on young women trying to make it in New York media, like Younger and The Bold Type. Recommendations: June: The British TV show Antiques Road Trip Seth: The Peter Jackson documentary The Beatles: Get Back.   Podcast production by Cheyna Roth with editorial oversight by Susan Matthews and June Thomas.  Send your comments and recommendations on what to cover to thewaves@slate.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Waves: Gender, Relationships, Feminism
The Case Against Ghislaine Maxwell

The Waves: Gender, Relationships, Feminism

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 46:31


On this week's episode of The Waves, senior managing producer of Slate podcasts June Thomas is joined by Slate senior writer Seth Stevenson to talk about the ongoing trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, which Seth has been covering since it started at the end of November. Maxwell is accused of helping Jeffrey Epstein sexually abuse minors by recruiting and grooming underage girls. First, Seth and June catch up on what has been happening in the courtroom now that the prosecution has rested its case. In the second half of the show, they unpack some of Maxwell's history of benefiting from shady men and Seth predicts what's to come. Looming over the trial, and our discussion: Is it fair to hold a woman accountable for aiding in a man's wrongdoings? Also mentioned in the episode: Seth's 2019 account of his experience being a member of the jury in a murder trial. In Slate Plus, Seth and June discuss TV shows that focus on young women trying to make it in New York media, like Younger and The Bold Type. Recommendations: June: The British TV show Antiques Road Trip Seth: The Peter Jackson documentary The Beatles: Get Back.   Podcast production by Cheyna Roth with editorial oversight by Susan Matthews and June Thomas.  Send your comments and recommendations on what to cover to thewaves@slate.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The SHIFT Show
The Biggest Gymnastics Flexibility Mistakes I Made As A Younger Coach, and What I Do Now

The SHIFT Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 50:19


Today's podcast is a heavily requested topic I get asked about frequently. What is the best approach to flexibility? I summarize five of the biggest mistakes that I used to make as a coach and what I do differently now based on all the things that I've read, learned, and people I've worked with. I break down exactly what the research says about how many days you should stretch, the most effective exercises to do, make things stick long term, make flexibility training more effective saving time and effort, but also keep it as safe as possible.   I DISCUSS; Why consistency not intensity is key.   Which type of stretching is the best.   What is the most effective dosage for stretching?   The importance of eccentric strength training for flexibility.   And…   Does stretching change muscle length over time or does it change our tolerance to stretch?     If you are interested in flexibility training, we have put this podcast out in conjunction with a huge course launch that we've been working on,   The Gymnastic Flexibility Blueprint   …is your one-stop shop for everything I've ever thought about with flexibility in terms of what does the research says made into in an easy to follow summary to help build your own programs: https://shiftmovementscience.com/gfbcourse/

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Erick Erickson Show: S10 EP207: Hour 2 – Progressive Gen Z Ideologues

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021


Younger progressives are increasingly self isolating in their own echo chambers and incredibly hostile to everything outside of it, plus with the massive shift in the voting patterns of hispanics it’s proving demographics is not destiny.

Church of Lazlo Podcasts
Wednesday 12.01.2021 - The Church Of Lazlo Podcast

Church of Lazlo Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 101:03


Detroit, Kansas City, and Las Vegas. It's impossible to pick a favorite. Is this what it feels like when people ask which child you love the most? *If you haven't finished shopping for the holidays, we probably can't help ya. *Younger generations hate plenty of things about Boomers but they've come up with the Boomer trends that's need to die first. *Doomscrolling! More updates on the Oxford HS shooting. A woman sues Walmart after being accused of stealing and her lawsuit paid off. President Oz. Chris Cuomo might be done at CNN. Twitter might be done with twitter. Is COVID chewing gum the hottest gift of the season? (no) Remember when getting a DM was exciting and perhaps even a bit naughty? Well, it's just your debt collectors trying to reach you now. Cops shoot and kill a man in wheelchair but in their defense, he was alleged to have stolen a Walmart tool box. *Slimfast has been inviting random people over to Lazlo​'s house for a party but Lazlo never told him he could. He never even told him the party was happening. *Nick Wright is on the show and it just might cost him his career. *Millions of hours of content streaming on hundreds of services but we all just wish there was something to watch. *People are having sex more than ever! Are they having sex too much? Depends on who you ask. Jeriney and Julia get compared to an old Prius and they aren't exactly flattered. *Have a great day! Thanks for listening and please take a minute to follow us on social @churhcoflazlo  See you tomorrow!! -Everybody Wang Chung!!!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.