19 Burst results for "Camin"

"camin" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"camin" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"U.S. don't follow it as much as they will follow the forces that are stateside. So I think without a doubt, if the mean were to lose, that would be a bigger shock. I agree with that. I think that means not only dominated the field of Phillies, but you got a couple the better ones that just didn't even come out. You're like, and Neil festival that would have been contenders to just stay home. They've had enough of chasing command. And the other race is a tough, you know, that's a tougher. It's a much tougher race. So I think definitely the biggest upset would be if gaming was solution. Yeah, and camin facing a very short field of course turned out what going to have to compete against a full field in the breeders cup turf. But you can't get into any trouble in a short field, right? I've said that a lot of time and gotten in trouble all the way around. Hey, what can happen will happen. But I think Amina, she's facing a good bunch, but not all the best of that division. So it's her race to lose, definitely. You know, going running those turf races. Good race is good horses. Those to me are the most difficult to be consistent on. And that's why her record is so good. It's so impressive. She's been so good for so long, running against top horses on the grass, but there are two great horses. Either one of them loses gonna be a shocker. Yeah. Yeah, I think we all agree though gamine would be the bigger shock, the bigger surprise of those two, if she were to get beat in that feeling a mere sprint. All right, moving on to topic number two. If we were to go ahead and create a race of the century here this morning and we were to put every breeder's cup classic winner in the starting gate together if we could ever do that. Who would be favored and who would win who wants a first? I got this one first. I'll take this one. All right. I think who would be favorite. It's a tougher question than who we think would win. But for the winds that I'm going with arrogate. And on the loose side, I probably take, I mean, the favoritism may go to the Philip because she was the favorite part of the favorite horses of racing at her time. But I think I might make her a favorite just 'cause she had such a cult following, but arrogate to me. And I'm not basing it as much as I've never seen a horse do what he did to buy a World Cup. I think he may be one of the greatest sources of our generation any of us have watched the run. And for horse to overcome what he didn't run away he didn't do. When he was at his best and assuming they would all be at their best. I mean, I loved a lot of Mali siva was a great one, and we'll talk about that in a minute, but I would go arrogate winter, senior favorite. Cheese Dale, you're gonna sentimental guy you are picking the Philly. I like that. I like the girl. Jesus, Tammy must be standing next to you. Yes. Jackson's actually out icon. But, you know, if I were to, if I were to make a line on this, I might have co favorites. I might make cigar..

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"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"camin" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"camin" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Listen she was good enough to be within two lengths of gha mean. That's good enough to win. Just about any filly and mare sprint. There is in the country. And you know what camin isn't in this race lake and lake avenue for both me and dave in the grey to gallant bloom. Quarter million dollar race goes as the ninth on the card sunday at belmont park. Well mentioned earlier. That sunday is a huge day at remington park. It's really their marquee. They've got steaks all up and down there. Sunday program dave and we're going to take a look at a couple of them starting with race number eight. It's the two hundred thousand dollar grade. Three remington park oaks for the three year. Old fillies going a mile and a sixteenth on the main track. We've got a field of seven here a lot of very very talented runners. The morning line favorite is number. One pollings pearl coming off a couple of in the money finishes charlestown and prairie meadows. Or last two. She actually ran a decent race in the grade. One kentucky oaks prior to that drawn well toward the inside. She makes sense as the favorite. But i she certainly doesn't lay over this field. I just don't think she's beaten anybody. That makes me abundantly confident. She fits for sure and may win. And you have to respect asked me sending santana and stonecrest. I'm just not like blown away very very viable for sure. The number seven lady mystify coming in from southern california for peterman and fluffy and prod going to show speed in this race. The figs earl glow. But i'm interested. Throw out the last blade in that race prior to against not a whole lot were really really good but the one i like best is amendment. Nineteen for brad cox. You don't know first. Time trying to turns but i think the last race a pretty good second at saratoga. It's says it's an hour race but one hundred thousand dollars. Non winners of one other maiden lifetime that race came back reasonably well. And that's where. I'm going. Brad cox first time training twenty six percent horse coming out of a race. Saratoga i feel best about amendment nineteen okay. We're on the same philly once again amendment. Nineteen for me for everything that you said. listen. I don't think she leaves over the field but i think she has more upside than just about everyone because she only has three races lifetime she. She goes from one very good barn to another from linda. Rice to brad cox But being by constitution. I don't think the mile and a sixteenth distance will hurt her. She's she's kind of got greenware. She's bread more for a route on the on the top side and more for a sprint out of carson city on the dan side well. She's run pretty well at six furlongs. Seven furlongs in a one turn mile us far trying to turn for the first time. Yes there are question marks. But i believe in her. I believe in trainer. Brad cox and i certainly believe in jockey joel. Rosario seventy-two on the morning line. I think that's a fair price for amendment. Nineteen we both like her in the grade. Three remington park oaks race eight on the remington card. This sunday the marquee event on sunday at remington park is the grade three oklahoma derby race number eleven. Four hundred thousand dollars on the line..

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"camin" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"'cause they found superior alternatives to do what they were always intending to do as they do that as a start to sell bonds to buy bitcoin like why own a us treasury that yields fifty basis point when the government is two or three accident the supply of currency. That essentially will will celebrate. It will impair the credit impulse at the same time that Inducing the credit system to contract. Which because it's as as leveraged as it is will induce Basically the credit system to collapse not because of bitcoin but because the system itself is is so fragile and so unsustainable an ad as that happens it will actually accelerate the the quote need of the central bank to print more money to keep the system propped up and so it will actually feed on itself and accelerate whether the critical mass of bitcoin is ten percent of people or twenty percent of people. It's unclear but i think psychologically once it gets to that point where it's like one in ten people adopted bitcoin or two in ten One in five that that things begin to to really accelerate the that the marginal cost to adopt bitcoin and the uncertainty about it becomes lower and lower and its value proposition is inversely related to. It's really interesting because it feels like feels like we look closer to that point. And i thought we would be during this like i didn't expect to see companies come in by the amount decline sunday to government making bitcoin legal tender. Which is we want two weeks away from. That says seven happens I think that is going to be really interesting project for bitcoin with see how that plays out el salvador. See why she happens to the country. I mean how much are you roy on that almost like a testbed for lens into the future walk. Bitcoin camin for a country where it is legal tender that where is essentially i guess. Taking taking 'em away from their own government for the things they can do. I mean look. We know that don't have their own currency as it is but is putting them in a very different situation. Yeah and i think that you know. It will do wonders for el salvador. Ultimately i think that in terms of the grand scheme of bitcoin. what would most important function as that normalizes kind of re anchors. What is this because You know one brave soul or a group of brave souls. Were willing to to be early in that but the same thing is true. Virtually everything so michael sailor first person to come out and say i'm shifting over my corporate balance sheet to bitcoin to the tune of ninety percent of dude maybe now is like ninety five percents of right that that there there is always Like definition only somebody has to move. I right so i but i do agree with you. That that i wouldn't have expected company like micro strategy to come out and do that is early as they did or el salvador But to that question of it feels feels functionally different today than it did. Twenty four months ago in a in a critical thing happened. Which was there was a massive imbalance in the system. People attributed to cova coleman might have exacerbated that but when the fed came in imprinted three trillion dollars in three months that took people from being a frog in a pot of water that solely boils versus throwing a frog in a boiling pot of water..

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"camin" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Steve dot com every time. We come here. I i don't know what it is. I don't know if it's love. It's dry if it's dry in the in the room. And i get it. We're going to start calling it something vegas throat there. We go The the thursday that is upon us an absolute lynch pin to a phenomenal weekend whether you're excited about following at h. c. You got friends. Relatives cohorts partners competing here and the contestants are are more and more visible around the hotel and around vegas i i had to go get a A cartridge printer-ink. And who do. I run into a weiss and one of the champions ray arsenault then ray says this is where i always come from my ache. It was pretty funny There's all kinds of habits and practices. That are better part of this thing. So was great to see the the first canadian invaders and you know just just occurs to me about the border. I what i hadn't even thought about that right. August ninth They opened the border from canada. So very fortunate for the for the considerable number of canadian players and and champions right the big big part of it And then the ballroom. Complete bobby get a visual out. As the morning and the afternoon unfolds. It is the first chance or last chance next chance i the name. The name is chain of course because It isn't the first chance there's already been a number of qualifiers of course for twenty two. So we're we're in good shape here. We'll get an update from keith champagne in a little bit and we'll also of course at the same time. Get excited about saturday at saratoga and having been at pacific classic day and then following up the anticipation toward the midsummer. Classic Really a lot to look forward to. And when you look through this card this bulky card obviously thirteen race guard With all the great ones and with any number of of stars i lied. I know that everybody is eager to Deride field size but when you look at raises like drivers as we talked yesterday during the the draw if essential quality doesn't fire if essential qualities already ready to perform. Well then there's any number of this group of seven beyond him the six that face him Same could be said. Of course and i. I think I don't think it will be well. Let's say mean camin seems to have everything lined up for i. It's hard to. It's hard to envision just because there's no other speed in ballerina it's i. It's it's it's odd when that happens when you get when you get top level sprint and the majority of the field our horses that stock or or come from off so give me andrew. The rail though and not that. That's a huge injuries. That didn't stop her Inter inter previous inside draws including the las flores april going back to last year the acorn romp so johnny and gamine from the rail in the ballerina and when it came to the foul jerkins. I it's it's maybe the in some ways. Maybe it's the jerkins that that is the race that that has got the most intrigued. Because here you do have all the pace you want and life is good drawing outside drawing the six old and jackie's warrior drawing the to drain the clock the one and and we can't forget following. See even though following see is is a turn back in this spot from the haskell. Try it does. It does figure that he'll be at least prominent and johnny getting back aboard. Johnny did ryan. That's anthony data in his debut and Janis tendency is just to go forward. So i suppose following suit will will not. As quick as jackie's warrior or life is good so he probably watches at his first to go and drain the clock drawing inside. He's also let me. He's quick not As as we saw in the amsterdam he's just not as fast as has jackie's warrior so in terms of in terms of chess match and jockey. Decisions this This is the one that that could be the most fascinating anxious to start hearing opinions as the as the days lead in To saturday the personal lesson Drew an icefield plan You know the the focus will be on the truce go ahead. Swift skydiver however Dunbar road who has really has just not looked you know as distinct Just as is just not really going back to the fault last year just has not really had the spark she draws. The rail baffert sends cool. Moore's as time goes by who is certainly nice certainly nice and she's got speed so speed and counts for a lot but Lotrowska swiss skydiver parvaiz. Little oil comes back to the dirt makes for.

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"camin" Discussed on Exvangelical

Exvangelical

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on Exvangelical

"I it was school in. I really thrived at school and it was kind of small and even though it was a private school it wasn't like a you know gossip girl private school you know like it wasn't a lot of wealthy people. It was pretty tiny fact. The school has completely died out at this point because it was so small keep people enrolling But the reviving angeles. I gossip girl at and yeah it was school. And i think that's also where we learned creationism as a literal scientific fact from my biology teacher. Who went to ucla and looking back down there and we also had chapel every wednesday and we had bible class. That was one of our classes that we had to take every year So because of that. I didn't really get involved in church like outside of school because i felt like my life youth group. Yes is just a lot of that in house like busy using volleyball. I had a job in things like that. Work in next five in the office And i just felt like it would be too much and thankfully. My parents didn't really pushed me to go to church. Go to youth group beyond that as well. We did have a Like our own neighborhood. Local church that we went to growing up very sporadic camin so sporadically And i like dutch reformed. I know that the pastor was died and that was kind of like his thing embiid. That was a super mild sweet. You know like just general churchill was it was chill. It made almost no impression on me so social remembering nothing about chill concerted church knowing i know trauma nor encouragement as you are exactly gross. No change beautiful but Yeah in school you know. I took my stays pretty seriously as much as i could. I was beating myself up for not having like a consistent morning devote time stupid to god i mean this will be the pattern but Yeah was was pretty into that and Yeah in in. I've always had you know. A personal spiritual connection to god and his to figure that out in schooling. And i think at that time we'll see i was trying to do it like the correct way. A how rooms teaching me and so that was kind of my focus in That by the time. I was finishing high school senior year. I don't think i would've called this at the time but looking back i was just burnt out on church and on all that teaching and learning the same same stuff. All the time The time. I thought that i was like lukewarm. Apathetic you know like on cruise control of my face and i judge myself for that. I thought that was wrong. But i also didn't have the energy to like change it at all and Going into college. I distinctly remember writing down in a journal like i just hope something happens like with my faith in college in golly. Gee whiz at shirted Saul levi on that cliffhanger. That's kind of like my early childhood hero. Great that's going to have kevin how about you. What was what were those early. Formative years like for you weirdly. I the exact same experience. I know farm school and now i feel screwed over by me. Geographically this was taxes.

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"camin" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

The Art Newspaper Weekly

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly

"The exhibition charts. How the concept of the new woman or the modern girl too call in the one thousand nine hundred twenty s and. I think it was more or less typified by this. Stylish image of a woman with bobbed hair Striding confidently out into the world to revolutionize photography. How did the idea for this exhibition. Take root seats of the exhibition. Really lie in my interest in the photographer. Elsa bang When i started working at the national gallery of art back in twenty ten I became very interested in things. Work the national gallery has over ninety photographs by bing and many of those were given by the photographer and her state in the early nineteen nineties. And you know being someone who really made an important contribution to the field of photography she worked almost exclusively with a thirty five millimeter hand held camera and she was one of the few women photographers that the national gallery had collected in depth. So i was interested in in her work. I was interested in exploring. You know how her life story really exemplified. What one thinks about as into war new woman photographer. She was brought up in an a fluent jewish household in frankfurt germany. She went to college but she ends up abandoning promising academic career for photography. She moved to paris in nineteen thirty. Paris was this vital center for artistic experimentation and you know she really develops and builds this promising career. I mean she's being published regularly during the nineteen thirty. She's participating in photography exhibitions. But of course. This success was cut short when the nazis took paris. Nineteen forty she and her husband were actually sent to a concentration camp in southern france. They're able to find their way their passage to the united states. But after you know this exile to the united states she really was never able to gain a comparable professional foothold

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"camin" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"camin" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Comedian samuel what a treat to have you on the show. Once again i charlie. It's such an honor to be here. Thank you so much for having me. Well i i can't wait camellias such chatting with you as always such a delight and really you are one of my all time favorite guests because you offer a so much. Thank you what we're finding to be here. It is and and I'll tell you right now. It appears that we're about to enter. A bit of everything is going to be post. Covid phase in life in the united states. And so i think a lot of shows are going to be doing post covid type of shows and we are. We're going to do one. And and i was thinking that perhaps now might be a good time to rethink what our personal life might look like in the near as well as longer term future and i'm choosing to call this show reinventing your life post covid. What do you think about that. My i love that topic. I love the titles. Because i i do think it's an opportunity for us now to reinvent ourselves to really look at this last year as a our own individual wakeup call into. Who do we want to be from here. Who will you want to emerge into. What are we learning So that we can do things differently from this point forward. That's a that's a great way to put it a wake up call to reevaluate or or evaluate. Maybe for the first time what our life was like is like and can be like as we discussed a couple days ago A great place to begin might be to assess our life last year from what you called a higher altitude asking ourselves what we might have learned from isolation and quarantine as well as from here and frustration. It really impacted us. didn't it. yeah. I think i impacted us in ways that you know. We're still awakening to work. You know we don't understand all of the impact. We know that there for it. Was you know financial or health or just isolation in general and so. It's an opportunity before we go back into business as usual life as usual to really define that and really take stock of this last year. What went well. What didn't go. well where am i. And then and then really have a have an honest discussion with ourselves about our about who we are what we want.

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"camin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"camin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Mexico and Richard needs your host. Our guests taught us the Martinez, executive director of the Continental Divide. Trail coalition you live here is in fact, correct. I dont love it. You also have offices, obviously all across the West because the trail extends as you said Theresa from Canada to Mexico or from Mexico. Canada. Now it's not necessarily downhill if you started in the north and if toward the South But it's true actually the lowest point on the capital to buy Chels actually in Glacier national parks of your spring in Mexico. It's a funny, but but you know, it isn't all downhill and the highest point there, mostly in Colorado, but I think the sections that are most I think surprising to people are the sections here in New Mexico because people expect they have an idea of what New Mexico is like, and they do not expect us to have Large peaks like Mount Taylor or the mountains in the Carson on, so I think they're always surprised when they come into New Mexico on defined how much topography we actually have here and how much they get to experience it on the CVT. A wise man once and people have no impression of New Mexico or the wrong impression. Well, you know, that's true, and I think also it happens is it's very true that people become very enchanted. Goodbye time They finished with me, Mexico they have Seem desert and they have also experienced high mountains on guy Think they just get connected in this? Of course we know this. The sunrises and sunsets will bring tears to your eyes. On D. I think they really understand what's so spiritually and wonderful about the state by time. You know, I think even halfway through their really understanding how special in Mexico if we exclude this year, it's an abnormal year. In every way previous years. 2018 2017 2018 2019. Do you know how many people took advantage of the Continental Divide trail? Out for you know where you talk about long distance hikers. We have seen an exponential increase every year since about 2013. And it went from, you know the average of 25 people trying to do the whole thing to last year. Which was our last normal year we had about 404 150 people attempting a long distance height, which is a lot and then we've seen a lot of people wanting to do this section hikes, and that is probably increased even more in segments around like the elm apiece, Mount Taylor in and around the Carson National Forest. And I'm obviously down in the healer where people get to hike in and around that he loved river as well as the Big mountain. I didn't even think about that. You mentioned the grant was one of these communities jump off kind of community. Zelma help! Multi use is there and it's It is a incredibly hostile, rugged terrain of just Laval. Lava flows. The trail goes through there. Have you ever been through on that part of the trail? I haven't Actually the child looks right across the Sami Al Camin Trail segment that's there in the monument them apiece National Monument and it is It's one of those places that really has a lot of energy and a lot of spirituality as well as yes, it's very rough, and it's very difficult and you have to really pay attention to the rock Karen's and everything to make sure you stay on trail. But the visual around you, and this is when we talk about the nationally significant sections. There's like no other on earth that looks like that, And I think that's one of those special places and it's also a great place to access. Not even if your long distance I can just a hiking. It's a great segment. Um, but it's yes. So special and beautiful there. And of course, you've got love in Tomah Arch in a bunch of other features, And you know that just really. Really highlights the beauty of New Mexico and an Hillerman included in in in a recent novel will be back with Theresa Martinez, executive director. Content that Continental Divide Trail Coalition on experience to Mexico and talk clubs. 16 137 K tears He.

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What are the benefits of podcast seasons?

Podcasting Q&A

04:48 min | 2 years ago

What are the benefits of podcast seasons?

"This week's question comes from Ethan. Hi, I'm them one of the hosts from the young perspective podcast and my question is, what is the point of using seasons, my podcasts, and if they're really beneficial at all, thank you. Thanks for your question. He said now podcasting in seasons can make things a lot more manageable. It can relieve that pressure of constantly having to release new episode and to find time to grow your audience. Now that being said, there are some downsides to it. So let's take a look at what they are and whether podcasting seasons is the right move for you. Before we talk about the benefits and drawbacks of podcasting in seasons, let's talk about what it even is. Think of a podcast season like a television series where with the number of episodes you're telling a sustained story or talking about or exploring a theme. So types of podcasts at do really well with seasons are things like audio dramas where they have a story arc or narrative or Evergreen topics where you can explore a topic at length. Now, the number of episodes doesn't really matter as long as you are declaring, it's a podcast season and you're taking breaks like much you would with a television series. Benefit number one is that it's actually easier to produce because you're doing upfront work in planning your stories or interviews so that you have everything mapped out by the time you hit record unit exactly. What you need to do benefit number two is a gives you a break so that you can work on improving your show. Now I don't know about you but having to consistently produce an episode marketing engaging your audience all those things I know it's super overwhelming. So having that break in between seasons gives you an opportunity to do things like engage more with your audience on social media, getting listener surveys and looking at the feedback for that or even looking at some of your download data. So that he can help, you do things moving forward such as finding better ways to market your podcast or even looking at topics your audience members will really love benefit number three is it gives your listeners a chance to digest all of the information. So let's have a really meaty topic that you want to cover in your podcast season. It gives you a chance to cram in a lot more things because you don't have to assume that each episode your listeners don't really know background information or any statistics you may have covered in a previous episode. So you can build up your episodes in a sequential fashion with each one where you're assuming the list already knows something from the episode before. Here are some reasons why you might not want to podcast in seasons. So reason number one is that it can take more time to create content. Yes. Cream the upfront work and help you be more consistent but that up front work can take a lot of time. If you think about it, you have to map out an entire season. How ever many episodes that is so you got to figure out what you WANNA do from start to finish you. Have to write the scripts lineup all your interviews make sure all these things are ready, which can take a lot more time than if you were producing something like a weekly show number two is that it can be harder to grow and audience. Especially, if you're show is new if you think about it, listeners crave consistency. So doing something like producing a weekly podcast listeners know exactly when episodes drop and what they can expect now when you're podcasting and seasons. The. Actual season. Yes. You are consistently dropping episodes but between episodes if you're not around lizards might forget about you and move on to other shows. Now, one way to combat that is to make sure you're still communicating with your audience members that could be keeping active on social media, a camin still writing email newsletters consistently, or you can do something like drop bonus episodes so that people know you're still producing content and they can anticipate a new season. With the benefits and the drawbacks of podcasting seasons. The point here is just to do podcasting on your own terms, figure out what it is that works best for you and feel really good about that decision and just do it. Thanks for sending US your question Ethan.

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"camin" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"camin" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Scully everybody will get Ed in here tomorrow with Scott Shapiro and get their opinions and we wish James the best lock and of course, James has had just a litany of Derby success We're GONNA stay right here because Ryan Anderson is somewhere close by and I. Thought you know what? Here's a unique opportunity Ron Ron doesn't have then he doesn't have. Got Johnny but with Joel staying in in Saratoga. Thought, we could get the baby some thoughts about the way the two days unfold Ron Anderson good, morning Morning their speedy. Our you excellent and first order of business is to say how thankful I am that Finally, get a chance to see Joel in in our in our jacket and he rides kid chocolate and the nightcap Saturday at Saratoga and I really appreciate the call. It's funny. We we started the meat early in the meat and we were trying to get the something and here at the end we get the the opportunity and. I wanted. Joel. For us for forever. So I got kind of excited actually and he's been he's been good Ron Your thoughts. I mean give us give us kind of an overview and It's been such a strange summer for you in a kind of obviously working remotely but Johnny has been spectacular since. You. Accepted him as a as a client and of course, Joel has you know has kept pace. With the leaders, the artiste brothers at Saratoga but you know talk about this situation that we're all dealing with. The. Unique. This of this year kind of culminating yesterday when I heard simultaneous zoom draws at Kentucky downs for Johnny. And in New York too well so we have. Going on with two ipads not by that mind I doubt and it was like other confusion journalists Golkar Save Time but you know we're lucky enough. We're all still racing I tell people you know there's been there was a shutdown in the whole world including all the other Sporting than using bent. So lucky enough to keep to keep it on and. I'm lucky enough to be representing with by representing to classy and and great individuals of which you know Johnny ended up with Camin and in authentic in in Kentucky and Joel's option of maps prior under normal circumstances I would have tried to get to get in on Derby. Day for him fly in fly out or maybe Oak Sam Derby Day right the Thursday of Toga Monday on Sunday Monday at Saratoga. But. They wouldn't let us in and out. So we had to make a decision and we ended up leaving Jo Ellen The York with. I mean, the next the today they write me out a little bit I was on a bunch of favorites. Off The two but the mets you as he's you know he's got. Great Chances. Great. Chances in steps. As. You sued Johnny. In Kentucky as I mean. I'm crossing my fingers, but I think that grown drawn well and most of these steaks. And he's got huge chances the whole day you know people talk about. The draw in Derby in the three contenders being on the outside. Saw Me. This is just me Mike tell these guys. I'm on the grandstand on their back and on the racetrack but I would much rather for Johnny on a dead horse it's going to be very forwardly placed that he drawn outside reading than being up on the inside where you had somebody maybe rocked on or somebody making do something. You don't really want to do the first part of the race he's outside you're kinda dictate things. So you know and then I, mean I mean. What. Can you say she looks like something that's just. You know the comes around once in a very long time. She's. She's just amazing I think. Been Wrong. A lot of great horses A Great Kelly's I don't remember the last time I was quite so excited about one and Bob the. He liberates the same off feeling bombings. You know one point six because she's afraid in been lucky enough to work for a lot of. Amazing. Power fame riders. This word. It's just not thrown on. You never hear that word in our business when somebody like John was obviously been A. Lot of Nice horses uses that word in any way shape or form very exciting. So we're looking forward to the weekend on both fronts. Know at one one thing that really has been evident and and. Ron I. It it certainly no you know it's not not a knock on angels of work the by any stretch, but it seems apparent. From a couple of different angles that. John's. John's approach and his enthusiasm has kind of been rekindled under this scenario I mean I think when when everything kind of happened when everything went down that people thought Oh you know he's in the twilight of his career and instead it it's been kind of the opposite he he's kind of. recaptured. Some of the you know the enthusiasm and and you know the brilliance of of when he's ridden that his best and in fact, I in some ways you see him do some things that he. Didn't necessarily even see him doing his prime. Well. I I understand what you're saying I'm liking this job and this point in his career to when I went to work for Jerry Bailey his last six years and you know he doesn't care the right but thirdly on Thursday but I'm trying to..

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Melody Godfred, Founder of Fred & Far, on The Pinky Promise You Never Knew You Needed

Velvet's Edge

08:52 min | 2 years ago

Melody Godfred, Founder of Fred & Far, on The Pinky Promise You Never Knew You Needed

"Up you guys are listening to a velvet said podcast? I am here with Melody Godtfred. Who is is the founder of Fred and far? Hi Melody Hi Kelly. Thank you so much for coming on today. I'm so excited to have you. I'm so excited to chat that with you. It's great to be here. I've actually been following you for over a year now which I found you on instagram. Because you started this company that just promote remote self love and it's kind of all based around the Self Love Movement. Can you tell the listeners. A little bit about Fred and far short so fred and far as a self love movement that's powered by the self love figuring and the story behind the ring is in two thousand fifteen. I had reached every three milestone that I had set out to accomplish. And you know my early life I went to school. I became a lawyer. I had twins which was amazing raising. I got married. I had a home and even the reaching every goal a headset. A wasn't happy and that was very jarring for me because I had always thought. Aw If I do everything I'm supposed to do the pot of gold at the end of the rainbows happiness and what I realized is that in pursuit of all all of those goals I ended up losing sight of WHO I am. I offended Excel F-. I stopped taking care of myself because I was constantly in service to others whether they were clients or my kids or friends and I felt very lost so I needed a daily reminder to practice self love and self care care and jewelry was something that I always used to commemorate milestones so I thought what if I create a ring with the singular intention of being in a reminder of my commitment myself and I'll wear it on a rink on a finger. I've never worn a ring on before and every day. It would be my way of making sure that I was as important. I own life as everyone. Everything else was and that's really how it started. It started from very personal. Need need and when I saw that it worked for me. I thought it might help other women as well and even though I had no experience jewelry I I knew that if I got this message how I would be able to help women and that's where we got started Back in two thousand sixteen. I love that so much as to tell you I was reading reading your bio on Fred and far dot com and when you said the part about your life you had hit all of these milestones and you know you're married. You were art successful. You had kids which I think everyone thinks just like you said if I get these things then I will be happy and I was reading that and I started crying Aslo obviously resonated with me today but I feel like that is so true especially in our society because we're such a society of doers right now and just thinking if we reach these milestones. We're going to find our happiness and that has not been true for my life either so I really fascinating and I think it's there's there's a lot of pressure put on women especially to achieve certain labels in order to qualify. They're worth one hundred. Even you know. Even the process awesome getting married. The man decides the man proposes the man puts a ring on you to signify that you belong to him And I think that that puts a lot of pressure on women either married women who realize they're not completely fulfilled just because they achieved the wife label and then other women who either don't WanNa get married or who haven't found the right person yet and so I really thought that by using a ring we could kind of reclaim. This idea. That are worth is tied up in this idea of belonging and if it's going to be tied up in that why not belong to ourselves else right and when you say belong to yourself like can you talk a little more about that because like what is your life. You said you were giving a lot in your life before you kind of had this epiphany anthony. What did that look like so I come from a long line of women who are Queens of self sacrifice if there is an opportunity for me to martyr myself to an in service the someone else I would do it? That could mean responding to client emails at one o'clock clock morning because that's when they emailed me dot kit mean not letting my husband be a father because I thought I could do it better and trying to I do everything by myself got Camin not setting boundaries with friends who needed almost like therapy type relationship. Where are our my needs? Weren't even part of the equation. I mean in every aspect of my life if there is a way for me to sacrifice myself to make someone else feel good I would do it. And what's interesting now is Being the founder of this movement and being the person behind social media I engage with women from all around the world on a daily basis. They tell me their stories. I follow every customer. Everyone who I interact with on social media I follow that so I can give give them support but I don't feel depleted anymore because I have boundaries and because I make sure that in any given day instead of just taking care of other people also taking care of myself that means taking time away from my phone that means making sure. I'm drinking water. That means taking a few minutes to the journal to clear my head or listen to music which is something that ever. Since I was a child was the most therapeutic for me. I have found the things that I need in order replenish my energy and I think that exploratory period of figuring out what your needs actually are is the most powerful piece of self love because most women by the time you reach your mid twenties or thirties. You're very disconnected from the question. Of what makes you happy. What are your AIDS are so busy just doing doing doing so creating that space to explore yourself and get to know yourself build a lifestyle that supports your needs. That's really the heart of what self love is all about. I love that too because I feel like a lot of times. UH-HUH I don't know if it's as women or just people in general were put into these boxes of what our lives should look like and it puts you so out of touch As far as your journey should be you know like for instance. My life looks a little different than other people. Because I'm thirty six and I'm single. I'm not married and that has been a really this this year. Really big thing for me to accept about myself and my journey because it was so beat into my head that I should be by now you know not. It just hasn't been the path that's worked out for me But yeah so. I think it's like it's an interesting thoughts. Think about getting to know yourself getting to know what works for you in actually finding your own specific journey exactly Go ahead and it's it's different for everyone and I think that's the most incredible thing is how unique each one of us are and what I always say that you know each of buses one and approximately eight billion there is no one else like us and what a gift that is to be able to contribute to the world in a way that no one else can't and so finding power in that uniqueness I think is really special as opposed to feeling left out or alienated because you didn't follow the herd right S- so when you started Fred and far. You said it was kind of by accident right. You weren't setting out with the intention of starting a company right right I. There was no plan at the beginning to start a company. I already had a company I have a resume writing and career counseling companies. So I was already busy working on that and helping people not way But there is just something really transformative in in less than a month of wearing the ring. I started doing things for myself that I hadn't done in like five years that what were you doing so simple things like wow. I am a really creative person. Why haven't I gone got to a concert or gone to an art museum or explored culture in any capacity? Since I went to law school or A. I grew up playing the piano for for fifteen years. There was a day that went by that. I did play the piano. And then you know in my house side but piano gathering dust. You know little things things that I knew would reconnect me to the version of myself that existed before I thought that achieving was the most important thing in the

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