20 Episode results for "Eight Weeks"

#QuaranTeam! A free support program

Morning Mantra

01:14 min | 7 months ago

#QuaranTeam! A free support program

"The fitness protection program staff are banding together with the big guns for the next eight weeks to provide free programming to those who need a constant throughout this period of disruption. This group is free and open to the public designed to accommodate spoon. These people with mobility impairments and people who just don't run but could a little coaching a little loving Hella support and people like watching baby. Chicks grow. Yeah we got him today. Y'All provide daily livestream breathing and balance exercises your daily moment of Zen anxiety relief. Tips and the hottest nutritionist in America will be sharing ideas for stress free meal planning and food preparation spoiler alert. It's our very own. W kinzie from the school nutrition dietician. Podcast invite anyone you know who needs a team to join hours? We will be Hashtag coached and loved until this passes as well supported and connected until life goes back to normal. Join our quarantine group. Www DOT facebook dot com forward slash groups slash corn team?

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Discovering Inner Truth

The Daily Meditation Podcast

09:29 min | 1 year ago

Discovering Inner Truth

"This is episode one thousand nine hundred and sixty of daily meditation. podcast I'm Mary Medically and you're welcome you back to our series on trusting yourself as you create change Um when it comes to trust in ourselves doctor Goldstein reports we need to have retrievable raided through past studies that there are many ways to create neural growth in the hippocampus are commonly referred to in Chinese traditional medicine as well as Indian Ayurvedic medicine she calls depression emotional pain without context in other words Doctor Goldstein and so it feels lost stuck and helpless there's a strong lack of self trust sorry of experiences where we are able to rely on ourselves to handle a difficult situation hippocampus this kind of growth has taken place with consistent eight weeks certain emotions and I want to share with you an article called the neuroscience to help you better manage your reaction to stress triggers and anxiety one of those ways says here is this emotional pain and the brain can't figure out where it's coming from practices of meditation such as you are doing right now the more you can I feel enriched and support it has been shown to connect strong neuro growth in in these moments the hippocampus is a part of our brain that is involved in memory learning and this is by creating and enriching environment spending time in environments where you of learning to trust yourself this is by Dr Aleisha Goldstein in the Arctic and Chaka's essentially are areas within your body where you harbor also in giving us a sense of context so the hippocampus is part of what tells us it's not appropriate ah surround yourself with enriching environments the more you can begin to trust yourself says that it may be more appropriate to let our guard down with someone who feels safe it's been demonstra Gra at your throat this is a chuck Gra that represents trust aw she refers to research by Helen May Burke who's a neuroscientist from emory university burst out in tears at work and yell at people even if we feel like doing it this area of the brain also tells as you settle yourself down to meditate today the focus is on your fifth child confidence and a deep sense of inner calm that comes with feeling safe Kapalu we naturally feel more trustful and con in Blue Environment Uh with trust the color for this Chakra is blue and dance studies show you could visualize yourself with a little color their surrounding yourself us and retrieve memories experiences with a collar blue he could even wear the blue color as you focus on your own when you felt enriched you've felt safe remember relationships blew it has to do with trust in your relationships and your communication and neck and your throat this chocolate also has to do with how you communicate others and how others perceive you and how you show up in the world so focus on your voice though or to you fouts say places that made you feel safe people and Sir come stances you could trust take this technique into your meditation today visually half-hour Meditations that go along with this series. You can find those on the SIP and on meditation down guide to go along with each series you so we're slowing down aw aw an ATP you can try it for two weeks free access it includes had journal and a slow In

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New Season! Introducing The Dark Side Of: Fashion

The Dark Side Of

01:44 min | 2 months ago

New Season! Introducing The Dark Side Of: Fashion

"Hi there it's Kate and Richard thanks for listening to the dark side of the nineties. We hope you enjoyed kicking your nostalgia to the curb as much as we did. We're thrilled to tackle a new topic on the surface. It's as alluring as your memories of Princess Diana or the back street boys but we're going to be looking past the surface to the darkness underneath. For Eight weeks starting August twenty fourth, we're covering the dark side of fashion. When. You think of fashion you might think of that stylish in your office or that gorgeous bag or perfume advertisement maybe you think of punks with their ripped jeans and greasy hair or on spiring haute couture runway. These are beautiful and intriguing images. But fashion isn't just an innocent expression of beauty or creativity. It's an industry. And it's in the business of garnering as much profit as possible whatever the costs for workers, consumers or planet earth. For the next eight weeks, we'll be discussing all fashions darkest secrets from its bone crushing origins with the Corset to the appalling environmental and social impact of Denham to the ugly underbelly of Sexy Victoria's secret runways. It will be dark shocking, utterly gripping, and as always it will feature the indepth research you've come to expect from us. The dark side of is a podcast original. You can listen for free on spotify or wherever you find your podcasts.

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Voice in Canada - Amazon Alexa Easter Egg Commands 68

Voice in Canada

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Voice in Canada - Amazon Alexa Easter Egg Commands 68

"She skills hello and welcome to the weekend. It's Saturday and today we are doing some Easter egg commands as we do on all Saturdays we have been doing for the last sixty eight weeks if you want to hear the other eastern commands go to voice in Canada dot Ca Lexi here are three questions that you can ask Lexi Lexi what's your favorite song the next one is Lexi who is your favorite actor and finally briefings to help you manage chronic illnesses or diseases if that should be the case for you for example there's the diabetes tips there's the blood pressure tips or if you want general health advice have the health tips and these are all there for you in addition to other ones there for you to enjoy end to a lot of value out of day the Easter Egg commands or questions off to do with favorites and you can see if you can guess which of these questions or or what are the answers to these questions when you ask it on the please check them out I'd love to get your feedback as well check him out voice I health dot com I find everybody have a great Sunday broadcast dot. Fm You you can say Lexi what's your favorite color I like that answer the best to good one so check it out aspects of those questions. CVS and guess what she says.

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EP000 Introduction

Breaking Barriers with CJ Devgun

06:32 min | 1 year ago

EP000 Introduction

"Uh-huh. Hi, my name is CJ they've gone and welcome to our step Assode of breaking barriers where my goal is to provide you with proven tools to help you transform your business. You may be asking yourself. What is breaking barriers all about? Why should I listen to it? And who is they've gone. And what makes him an expert on this? At bombsite. I am no expert on this. I must wouldn't a student who has dedicated twenty plus years to the art of transformation, I've been privileged to work with some of the sharpest mind in this business. I've implemented a number of transformative initiatives for prestigious organizations and learn from each execution. I have tons of successes and a fair share of illness. And I'm proud to say that I have learned more from my failures than successes. And this is my attempt to share my experiences and practical tips with you. What is breaking Baddiel Alabama? What does all the buzz about transformation? And frankly, why should you care? Dictionary definition of transformation is dramatic change in form or beans. Which in everyday lingo means the invention? In my opinion that he's a new should care is. So you do not become obsolete. We are living in times where business as usual is not sustainable. We have observed disruptions. Every day. We see new disruptors coming and changing the world we live in. Therefore, you too must lean went and break barriers that have been holding you back. Who has forgotten? What has trimming read your service such as Netflix to blockbuster? Or a ridesharing company. Like oboe detects industry. Or digital cameras did two giant like codex. These disruptions are not limited to large companies. And they are impacting each and every one of us therefore, you need to constantly invent yourself and your company to not only stay elephant, but also create sustainable differentiation between you and your competitors. And to your final question. Why another podcast? Trust me. I do ask myself this question. Why am I spending out for on producing another show? When there is so much said on this subject. My experience most of the material is more textbook style and lack direct actionable techniques. Why objective is to bring industry leaders and discuss their experiences and techniques that have helped them to successfully execute and implement their strategies and gain competitive advantages for their businesses. So if you are a startup or a business that has hit a ceiling or is facing eroding avenue than this is for you. To help create a new vision and a roadmap. Roadmap to. Optimize, your processes use the latest technology to unlock new business models. And offer new products and services. All with the ultimate goal. To either bring in new customers or deliver more to the existing customers. Currently I'm committing to a single season of twelve episodes. I have released four episodes today and will be releasing weekly episodes for next eight weeks all on the subject of how to successfully implement a transformation program and generate new possibilities for your business. I will alternate each week between a mix of interviews and solo shows I will decide the future season based on your feedback reviews and ratings. Thank you very much for listening. I'm truly humbled. I would love to hear from you and help out in any way. I can you can reach me at sea did their dot com. As I close out this inaugural episode. I want to thank my family and friends for all I hope my bog cats on informative and how. Jeeves your goals? I hope you will enjoy my podcast as much as I enjoyed, but using them and more importantly. Provide you with practical tips that you can apply immediately to prove your business, and positively back outcomes of your transformative initiatives under lex time, Audio's, Jiao and goodbye.

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Why Aren't My Daffodils Blooming?

Your Gardening Questions

04:05 min | 7 months ago

Why Aren't My Daffodils Blooming?

"This plant talk. Podcast is brought to you by stoke seeds for the best selection of vegetable flower and herb seeds available go to stoke seeds dot COM cultivating successful growers for generation. What is the best fertilizer to get? Daffodils BLOOM I have forty. Daffodils with beautiful green leaves but only six plants have blooms and this has happened every year since they were planted. And I'm looking forward to more blooms. Any suggestions. Well yes now. She doesn't mention how long she's had these The mystery starts for me the fact that it happened right up front. I'm thinking that the bulbs had expanded underground and are now crowding each other and causing enough slowdown in overall growth. To not be able to set a flower but that that's one of the possibilities so that it boils down to letting them be green right now for the next eight weeks till they turn and then mark where they are dig them in the fall to divide them and reset them. The other that comes to my mind is she may have bought. And it's it's at least possible on what I'm GONNA call some interior bulbs in terms of size that will also causes problem in that. She doesn't mention time is whether there the leaves are allowed to stay on till they mature. This makes a great big difference Any any bulb and this is going way beyond evidence but any bowl that is not allowed to keep its foliage right on through maturity which is that Browning down kind of an ugly time of year where you hope the annuals will cover it but If she's not allowing them to mature this also can cause a deficiency in flowers Now as to the fertilizer I I'm gonNA suggest something in the ballpark of a five ten five. Most Garden stores will have something in that range she could even use a triple ten Or Ten ten ten fertilizer. The fertilizer should be sufficient in nitrogen. And then if there can be extra such as five ten ten if that's available where you get nitrogen for the growth but then for the route building and core development of the plant the phosphate and potash now. A lot of fertilizers are dropping. The phosphates at this point in time but It's those are the ones I would use and I would definitely fertilize very very soon. right now is when they're growing developing using nutrients and then they will be using nutrients right on through the maturity period so Right now is the time to get those fertilized. And I'm going to suggest that she use a regular. I'm going to call it a regular fertilizer not a slow release now Here's where cautioned as to commend. Fertilizer is a salt and it can burn so do not go excessive. If it tells you X. amount by weight over a certain number of square feet stay at that no well I would say not even any excess and then of the bulb roots are not very broad spread now as a group is concerned. Yeah it could be three feet across. But you still willing to fertilize out around the perimeter. All three four inches out from the bulb hop this plan talk. Podcast is brought to you by stoke seeds for the best selection of vegetable flower and herb seeds available. Go TO STOKE SEEDS DOT COM cultivating successful growers for generations.

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THE PITWALKER PODCAST IS HERE

THE CHURCH IS BROKEN WITH SAM NEIDER

08:06 min | 1 year ago

THE PITWALKER PODCAST IS HERE

"Welcome to the is broken. Encore. Just kidding. The final episode was episode fifty that released on April. Seventh sending this out today on April seventeenth to let you know that my new podcast the pit Walker podcast launched on Monday. So I I wanna say this for all of you who have been listening to me have subscribed have been listening regularly and have found what I've said valuable. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for giving me the opportunity because speaking and putting this kind of message out there to the universe. Like, you don't know what's happening until there's a resonance. And you all who have been listening. There's been something that's resonated in you, and I'm grateful for that. I'm grateful that I have had a forum a group of people to talk to it's been mostly one directional at this point. But it's been a conversation and thank you. Thank you for being there. Thank you for allowing me to share what's been in my heart. What's happened through? The course of this podcast is IB Gan to sift away and distill what is alternately. My core message, and I believe will be a foundational part of my calling and my message going forward. And that is what I have now created as the pit Walker podcast. Everything that I spoke through the church's broken was something that I needed to process and get off my chest at the end of the day. I am not interested in beating a drum against the church or figuring out in some religious context. Some better way of doing things. What I've come to an come to realize in my own life is that I am called as a person to bring light and truth and healing and love to the world. And the pit Walker is about the process and the formula that I have uncovered if you will that I have discovered that I have pieced together standing upon the shoulders of numerous people and experiences that have helped me into a deeper and transformational experience in my life. To bring me numerous times from the edge of destruction and damage into a life, changing and trajectory changing experience. And in the pit Walker podcast. I'm going to share that formula. I'm going to share that process. I'm not gonna hold back. I'm gonna share the entirety of it. And it's a process that works. Here's the reason why if you're a person if you're a human being than inherently within you there is the desire to become something more. We are created in the image of God, and that desire, and that drive in us to become more is something we can never escape. But the problem is on our path to becoming more. We come against a barrier. We come up against alternately. What becomes a prison? The things that shape us in our life throughout our life back to our childhood, those things even the negative things serve us to a certain extent. And so we grow and we develop within the context of that formation that occurred in our life up until we are called being called to break out of it. We are being called to become something more than we currently are and those things no longer service. They imprison us. They cause us to be stuck. And most of us at that point will turn around we won't face it. We won't go into it. Because it's painful, it's dark. It's scary. And so we retreat we retreat into a cyclical life. A life. That doesn't go forward. It just goes around in circles. Because we don't know how we just don't know how no one ever gave us the tools while I'm going in this podcast. The pit Walker podcast. I'm going to give you the tools. I'm going to piece together all of the experiences throughout my life. That have led me to a life of transformation a life of growth a life of becoming and to do. So not just in one time incremental spurts, but to do so on a daily and weekly and monthly basis that would that is what this podcast is all about. So here's what I'm asking you to do. I'm the same guy. Who's been speaking in the church is broken you can tell if you've listened to the podcast throughout the last year that my message has evolved that my tone has evolved that who I am as a person has evolved. Based on what I've spoken what I've shared in that podcast. I'm the same guy. What I'm doing now is refining. My message to something very pointed and very practical. And what I'm asking you to do is this the pit Walker podcast and the book that I'm going to write based on this content. It's going to help a lot of people. And so I wanted to reach as many people as possible on I tunes. Here's how it works in the first eight weeks of a podcast, the more people that subscribe rate and review the podcast. The more accessible that podcast becomes to the I tunes audience. So I am asking you to do this. I haven't asked you for anything throughout the entirety of the is broken podcasts. Have not asked for thing. I'm asking you to do this. Now, I've given I've given I've given I've given of myself my story, my wisdom, whatever I have to offer. I've given what I'm asking you to do now is to go to my new podcast the pit Walker podcast on itunes on Stitcher. Google whatever you however, you listen to podcasts go their search for the pit Walker podcast Samuel nighter. It'll pop up I'm asking you to go. Listen the first episode came out on Monday. The next episode will be tomorrow Thursday, and I'll do two episodes a week Mondays and Thursdays. After that. I'm asking you to go. Listen to it. Subscribe to it rate it and leave a review now, obviously, you're leaving review based on one or two episodes. That's not much there at that point. But you've got fifty episodes of a prior podcast. And obviously you've continued to listen because you feel like I have something to say that's a value to you. If you do that more people will begin to access it more people will have the opportunity to see it pop up in their feed and hopefully get some help. Ladies, gentlemen, whoever you are. I appreciate you. I appreciate that. There is someone on the other end of this microphone receiving and listening to this message and for the last time signing off with the churches broken podcast this Samuel nighter. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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Special Podcast Announcement

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

05:31 min | 5 months ago

Special Podcast Announcement

"Hey all Brian here right. After I posted this today's episode of the podcast is going to go live as per usual but it is going to sound a little bit different and you might have noticed that the name of the show is already different inside your podcast APP. So let me explain what is going on so two months ago now when we first started this podcast. We kinda threw it together in a rush. The whole corona virus mess was just beginning and there was just this fire. Hose of news coming out all the time like it was impossible to stay on top of everything that was happening. You might remember so. We figured that are podcasting model of being online all day reading all the things to catch you up with would be especially useful in a fire. Hose of news time like that. We had been planning on launching a completely separate podcast that week. But we scrapped those plans and we started this show instead to focus on the corona virus news event. We said in that very first episode that we hoped they would be a temporary podcast because we hoped that the corona virus would be a temporary news story. Eight weeks on here. We are however. Let me give you a little peek behind the curtain. The Corona Virus News is not a fire hose of news anymore over the last two weeks. We've been having a hard time coming up with enough stories to actually fill in fifteen to twenty minute episodes so we started to think should be cut the show back to twice a week once a week. Problem was that didn't fit our format. You know trying to catch up with stuff you missed. That wouldn't work. If we weren't able to be timely. That wouldn't work if we were giving you stale several days old news stories. That doesn't work for what we want to do. And then there was the fact that this show has just been relentlessly depressing to do. I mean more behind the curtain stuff. I'll just be honest about that. It's been it's been difficult to do this every day on the one hand I've been doing two shows a day for two months. Now I do this show in the morning and the tech name right home in the afternoon at an all of us. We've been staying up late at night reading every tweet reading every story just to get the show out the door in the morning. So I'm just I'm being upfront. We're all a bit burned out. If you WANNA know the truth but don't worry we are not shutting this podcast down just going to tweak the format bit to make it sustainable for us and for you yes you will still be able to tune into the show every day for the latest Corona Virus News. But when there's not enough corona virus news to make a full show out of it. We're just not going to force it when the interesting or relevant corona virus news is done every day. We're just gonNa tell you other interesting stuff. That's where the new title comes in. Good news ride home. That was sort of the show. We were going to launch before all this happened. Actually we were GONNA call it cool stuff ride home but it was gonna be collecting all the cool stuff that we found on the Internet that day. All the latest viral stuff. The latest memes. The latest interesting news elitist science news the latest Life Hacks. The latest personal improvement tips and tricks and just all the cool stuff every single day every episode which is going to have stuff to learn about stuffy. Didn't know before stuff to make you smile stuff to make you feel smarter and better and more productive etc. So that's all that's changing. We're just GONNA do that. The first half of the show every day will be the corona news that you're used to and the second half just whatever cool stuff. We found that day some days the show will still be mostly corona stuff depending on the day depending on the amount of news that day and some days it might end up being mostly good news. We're GONNA play this by ear. Everything's GonNa be timely every day. Everything's going to be topical but most importantly every day it's going to be interesting for a while. We're going to be biased. Towards good news. Stuff like thriving in spite of the corona virus crisis news stories about reopening the country. That sort of thing good news you know how I kept saying that if listening to the show was too depressing. Maybe you should pair it with another one of our podcasts to give you a bit of a uplifting chaser well we're gonNA give you that chaser ourselves now it's not gonna be kittens and butterflies and stuff like that but it's GonNa be interesting. It's GonNa be good news in the sense of cool stuff. You will learn stuff. You might laugh. It's just basically like we've spent eight weeks talking about stuff that was relentlessly reductive and we're tired of it and we want to do some stuff. That's expensive so there you go one note. This show will be posting later in the day more in the afternoons eastern time than in the mornings like we've been doing but don't worry we'll still have all the latest cove stuff at the top and then we'll do the good news. But that's it that sums it up the same. Corona Virus News. You've come to depend on but also some good news to remind us all that the krona virus isn't the only news story out there. It's still a big beautiful universe. The planet is still spinning around the sun at Sixty seven thousand miles an hour. And we're just GONNA remind ourselves of that every day so give the new format try. I hope you like it and I hope you'll keep listening.

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125: Read Psalm 23

The Next Right Thing

09:08 min | 6 months ago

125: Read Psalm 23

"I'm emily P Freeman. Welcome to the next right thing. You're listening to episode one twenty five. This is a podcast about making decisions but also about making life if you struggle with decision fatigue chronic hesitation or just need a few minutes away from the constant stream of information and the sometimes delightful but also distracting of entertainment. You're in the right place for thoughtful story. A little prayer and a simple next rates step depending on how you're counting were now in the eighth week of some version of staying at home because of this pandemic I won't attempt to review all the many situations that you might find yourself in as you listen as I know. They're layered personal and diverse. But I do think it's fair to say that we've all walked through or are walking through various degrees of sorrow anxiety frustration and impatience. Some days are better than other days but all days have the potential for fear. We all have a part to play these days in service to the world our community and our neighbor in today's short episode. I want to extend a small expression of ice is my part which is attempting to put into words thoughts and longings. You might not have time or capacity to express and to offer one simple next right thing. Practice to engage with an of all the passages of scripture in the Bible. There's one that has become to me. And maybe to you like an unfaltering beam of warm light guiding my way through the darkness like a mother's voice and middle of the night a father's steady arm wrapped around shaking shoulder the six verses in Psalm. Twenty three do more than comfort us in death. They guide us in life. And if we're paying attention these six lines can teach us how to walk into every room every day of our lives is because Psalm. Twenty three is a next right thing. Kind of Psalm and I will never get over. It many have memorized it and it's perhaps the most well known psalm in scripture but. I think it's safe to say while many people know it by memory they may not fully know it by heart. We've all seen these verses recited and accepted by people who don't claim to know. God don't seem to really like God and certainly aren't interested in what God has to say in other parts of scripture we've watched these lines quoted by politicians on both sides of the aisle on hit TV shows during the scenes of sadness and goodbye. We've heard references to these verses in Song Lyrics and movie scripts and in whispered graveside conversation. Among people from all walks of life the twenty third psalm is one passage of scripture. That seems to get a free pass. The traveler who breezes through security when others have to stand in line behind the rope. No-one hinders or stops her. No one detains her for questioning. We DON'T DEMAND. She makes sense or explain herself a thing. It's because the twenty third psalm is often associated with death and in death. Even the most cynical among us make exceptions for the grieving and while I think that's beautiful. It is a service understanding of the intent behind this song because while it has most certainly comforted us in times of Death. It has the potential to reveal to us a new kind of life. It's a liturgy. Apoel a lyric an invitation. It's a story if will listen and it's for you right now. If you'll let it be these lines have mother at me fathered me comforted and challenged me. I have discovered piece. Inhering them curiosity and studying them and freedom in believing them and somehow the more I read them the more questions I have and the more settled I become psalm. Twenty three is an invitation to trust. God for the life we want to live as Dallas. Willard puts it a life without lack it is possible to live as though the Lord really is our shepherd it is possible to live as though we already have what we need. It is possible to live without fear. That's the promise. And the mystery of the song today my intention is not to dissect this promise verse by verse or to give you an explanation of what the song means to me or what I think. Maybe it could mean to you. That's not my job today instead. In keeping with the intention of this podcast. That's about making decisions and making life. I want to invite you to bring Psalm. Twenty three into your day. How would the presence of the Lord through the words of David Inform Influence and impact? Your decisions today. What if the Lord really is Your Shepherd? What if he really does provide all that you need? What if you could walk without fear? What if he could restore your soul? What if Your Cup really does overflow? Maybe you're next. Right thing is to read this beautiful challenging Psalm for yourself. I'll make it easy and read it for you. Giving you a chance to think on these things from the new. American Standard version the verses of Psalm Tony. Three the Lord is my shepherd I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures. He leads me beside quiet waters. He restores my soul. He guides me in the paths of righteousness for his namesake. Even though I walk through the Valley of the shadow of death I fear no evil for you are with me. Your Rod and Your Staff. They comfort me. You prepare a table before me in the presence of My enemies you have anointed my head with oil. My Cup overflows. Surely goodness and loving kindness will follow me all the days of my life an I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever. This is the word of the Lord it is absolutely true and given to us in love Thanks FOR LISTENING TO EPISODE ONE. Twenty five of the next great thing. I hope this simple practice of reading. Psalm twenty three can be just one more rung on the Trellis upon which your rhythm of life can continue to grow. Because it's true. This is a podcast about making decisions. The bigger truth is that our daily decisions are actually making our lives. What better way to practice our life than to not only read the words of scripture but to lead the words of scripture read us. Thank you for inviting me into these few minutes of your day. Glad you made the choice to listen. Am grateful this podcast was your next right thing as always you can find me at. Emily p Freeman on instagram or online at Emily. P FREEMAN DOT com. It's a joy and it's an honor to bring you new episodes every week and to be honest during the last eight weeks it's been sanity keeping for me personally. So thanks for being part of that a close with words from Eleanor Roosevelt. In her short book about her life called you learn by living in which she writes this every time you meet a situation though you may think at the time it's an impossibility and you go through the tortures of the damned once you've met it and have lived through it you find that forever after you are freer than you were before. If you can live through that you can lift anything. You gain strength courage incompetence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. Thanks for listening and I'll see you next time

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207|Insights: We're Taking a Break!

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

11:14 min | 7 months ago

207|Insights: We're Taking a Break!

"I'm Leon Spencer. Founder Bodies Show formats limited author Ted speaker and your host this removes guesswork podcast. The show interview influential people in the health fitness and wellbeing space to bring you the latest ideas on how to optimize your mind body of Welby Chevy Sports. You buy my company. Forty show performance. We create total solutions to optimize your health by focusing on sleep mental health energy body composition digestion fitness. We were busy professionals on once more basis for six or twelve months using the latest science and technology and what is your also work with businesses want to create a culture of energy. Quite tally performance a position wellbeing as a competitive advantage find out more at show formats dot com and enjoy the show. Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Leon Spencer. And this week. I'm kind of wrapping things up for a bit. We've been recording for a long time. We've been going for about well. Two and a bit years. Maybe two and a half years we've recorded well over two hundred episodes and we've decided to take a short break probably of six to eight weeks and then we'll be back and we'll be back delivering episodes a week as we have been for at least the last year. We're doing that partly because getting guests isn't quite as easy as it is in current climate but predominantly. We just want to take a quick break setback review strategy and come back again with some amazing episodes. I've actually recorded a few of the interviews that we're going to start bringing you in about six eight weeks time already. So we've got those lined up and we've got some fantastic interviews to. That's what we're doing now. This has all happened to coincide with the outbreak of the corona virus. And that's something that's very concerning for people where the point where. There's the possibility take time of recording that London could go into lockdown so very very interesting times to be living in there are in my borough of London about sixty confirmed cases and in a neighboring borrowers the other highest the country so it does look as they will go into lockdown which does give me ample opportunity to try and get people zoom and have really interesting conversations and macoutes good episodes for when we come back in six to eight weeks time. So that's the plan to thank everyone for listening to now. Don't go anywhere keep subscribed you know maybe operating review if home and got a better time. We'd massively appreciate that. I WanNa leave you though with a few tips for how to keep your immune system strong Elvis you. That's a primary concern to everyone the moment we don't want to get sick. We WanNa make sure that we're bust and resilient and healthy so that we can get business as usual in effect for most of us were at home but you still got families. We still got pets. We've still got work and we still got bills to pay. So let's make sure you're really good shape so I'm going to run through eight tips for you. In the first one is sleep. We have recorded tons of content on sleep. So if you haven't got some clear ideas on what to do to make sure you're getting at least seven hours sleep a night. That's the key thing your sleep needs to start with seven and you also need to pay attention to quality of the sleep of course but if you're waking up after seven hour sleep feeling pretty good you okay. Don't ever think it now to find out more about how to sleep. Well we've accorded as a lots podcast. Lot's of videos lots of blocks bitten about this go onto our website body shots of performance dot com and then on the menu to the right hand side of the screen menu lines and at the top of that menu. Search Bar. Type sleep into that search bar and you will very easily find everything we've ever laid down on sleep but my main tip. I'm going to give you one for each of these points is. It's got to start with a seven. Don't start your day sleep-starved it's GonNa make things much more difficult for you particularly in these very testing and tricky times. So number one is sleep number. Two is a healthy diet with loads of vegetables and fruits. Now I say that with a slight smile. Of course you see that over the air because it's very hard finding vegetables to supermarkets at the moment. Who knew that it would take virus to make us eat more vegetables but there was a study conducted by the Imperial College of London that found that participants who ate an increased number of portions of two and a half vegetable so basically they brought in a whole big group of people some reaching five portion today. Someone said was room extra but they just increased everybody's intake by two and half abortions day and they saw massive. I mean up to twenty percent reduction in more own mortality things like cardiovascular disease and so on now Waas it's not directly relating. I am definitely not making any claims. The eating more fruit and vegetables will reduce the likelihood of you getting corona virus. Because I don't know that for a fact but I do know that we become much more robust and resilient and immune systems are strengthened when we eat more vegetables and to a degree fruits so I would definitely urge you even if you buy frozen vegetables whole vegetables aren't the freshest and probably organic is better than not eating vegetables so get out there. Eat loads of edge. My one tip for this one is to try and incorporate them in a smoothie. It's a really nice way of getting those in in a liquid form and you know quick. An easy number three is exercise especially outdoors. Get out into Your Garden Yourself. Isolating and just move around move the body. We know that movement encourages fresh oxygenated. Blood around the body new genesis which is crazy he brain cells. It's going to make you feel better and in these times in. A mental health is as important as physical health. You need to be keeping well and staying well mentally so you make good decisions and keep yourself chipper and mentally afloat during this time to get out into the garden on our website. Sorry on our facebook page which you can find facebook.com Ford slash body shots p. t. where posting workout. So you can do basically at a small garden but any form of movement is going to be beneficial within the confines of what you can do what you allowed to do. So that's number. Three number. Four is manage stress. What we don't want to be doing is driving our nervous systems into sympathetic dominant state in a prolonged basis. That's going to lead to chronic stress. Which won't do anything for. I mean system when do anything for mental health where do anything for maintaining good connections and relationships either? Which is absolutely vital at this difficult time. Manage your stress. I'm thinking breathing exercises meditation. Gardening walking low intensity exercise all. That's going to help manage stress. Now I would add something onto that. Which seven news band where you can? Maybe have one trusted new site on new source but try avoid surfing the Internet looking for stories particularly confirmation bias. If you want to hear the world is ending find an article that confirms that if you want to hear that we need to be blase about this you'll find something that confirms that. Try to avoid you much news. It not going to help with the nervous system. Management is not going to help with your stress feelings. Either now my top tip. Here is boxed breathing. Google box breathing. It's a simple Patton of breathing where it's a four second inhalation. For example for second hold for second explanation for second hole but if you google box breathing. It's very easy technique that you can implement any time to feel better number five. Avoid sugar sugar is not particularly good for the immune system. It's not gonNA help anything. Really sugar is my one vice so I do to reach the biscuits in both times of boredom times of stress or when I'm feeling and the time to get anything more more stable but try and avoid doing that. Try and maintain these good habits. You have around died number. Six is reduced alcohol intake for the same reasons really does nothing for mental health. Very sugar rich does nothing for physical health. And when you can't move around as much you're not gonNA burn this stuff off either and it's very easy when you're at home to maybe think we'll have a glass of wine at the end of the day and before you know it you've got yourself into a a patent where you're warding self forgetting through another day with a glass of wine or beore spirit or whatever it might be. Try and reduce your alcohol. Intake were thinking specifically about how to strengthen the immune system and reducing alcohol. Intake will help you to do that. So that's a really key. One semi tip there would be if you are having a drink. Can it be watered down into a spitzer? Can you reduce the amount of alcohol by having a lower alcohol bear or if you are doing it back it up with a glass of water every time so at least you're dispersing the alcohol series? The body more efficiently number seven is eat fermented foods to keep your gut microbes happy. He's talking about Playing Yorker goat milk. Kefir Sauerkraut Kimchi compooter. And all those kinds of things I appreciate that they might not be so easy to get hold of right now but if you can that would be fantastic too including your diet. Many of you were regular listeners will know that we partner with the goat's milk. Kefir company Chuckling Goat. I've no idea what their delivery times alight. But you could go to. Www DOT chuckling dot co. Don't you can order some of that. Goat's milk Kefir. This lovely stuff or pre improve -biotics prebiotics are things that feed the existing bacteria and onions and garlic are good example of that probiotics introduce new strains of bacteria fermented foods do that last one is number eight take vitamin D. Get yourself a high dose vitamin D. spray or tablet. Most of US coming out of winter are going to be low in vitamin D and that really affects energy can affect mental health and it certainly relates to the immune system. So ideally get a test for if you go into fourth force DOT CO two UK. You can get a vitamin D. testing at your doctor. But the probably overwhelmed so I'm not particularly recommending that it'd be fairly good. Shout to get some vitamin D and inside device supplementation. We can't eat enough. Get what we need and only way to do that. Really is decent size it through exposure to the sun which isn't an option for many of us due to weather and possibly due to self isolating so there are eight tip sleep healthy diet. Exercise Manage Stress. Avoid sugar would use alcohol intake. Eat fermented foods and take vitamin D. If you start thinking about at least some of that you're going to have a really good chance of coming through this well and robust and resilient another one that I will see you in a few weeks time. Thank you listening so far. Stay with us. Stay safe as well stay. Well do what you need to do to get through this and come out the other side and then we will go again and we build. Potentially we'll have even stronger. Immune systems for as so. That's it for me. I'm share this episode. One needs to hear it and once again. Thank you very much for listening interested in finding out what you'll help accused jump on our website. Www DOT body short performance dot Com and Click on. Take the test. It'll take you to a short two to three minutes test. And at the end of that you'll get a school called and a free thirty nine page report based on signals sleep mental health energy body composition digestion and fitness. And if even joy this episode please think someone you could really benefit from the content and hit that share button and send it across. And of course don't forget to subscribe. Andy's a rating and review. Thank you very much for listening.

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Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

Scorpio Today

02:54 min | 6 months ago

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

"Good Morning Scorpio. Today is Tuesday April. Twenty eight two thousand Twenty Pluto stance retrograde in your third house over the next eight weeks. He delivers drastic shocking people's but once he could junks Jupiter in late June may discover that these radical shifts become a source of power. This is Scorpio today apart cast original. If you're struggling with stress anxiety or `isolation right now you are not alone better help. Online counseling offers licensed counselors with whom you can connect through secure private video phone chat or text and get help when you want it wherever you are horoscope today. Listeners get ten percent off your first month when you go to better help dot com slash horoscope today. That's better help dot com slash horoscope today. Let's begin your day. Pluto governs the underworld when he is retrograde he invites us to confront our shadow selves. Now stationed in your third house. You may reflect on moments when you missed an opportunity because you were too afraid to be vulnerable. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Your challenge over the next few months is to accept help from teachers. You likely prefer to be self taught. This behavior can stem from a need to control your surroundings and accepting outside support you loosen your grip on patterns that do not serve you. Consider the work you do and your career. This is a time of deep exploration that could include your life's purpose. Don't be afraid to ask questions. Even if you're unsure of how to answer them Scorpio. Today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary up from the apple APP or Google play stores. Get your first reading today and follow sanctuary. Its sanctuary world on instagram. That's S. ANC T. U. A. R. Y. W. R. L. D. horoscope today is a par cast original.

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Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

Aries Today

02:48 min | 6 months ago

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

"Good Morning Aires. Today is Tuesday April Twenty Eighth Two Thousand Twenty Pluto. Stand retrograde in your house over the next eight weeks. He delivers drastic shocking upheavals. But once he could junk Jupiter in late June you may discover that these radical shifts become a source of power. This is aries today. A podcast original if you're struggling with stress anxiety or isolation right now you are not alone better help online counseling offers licensed counselors with whom you can connect through secure and private video phone chat or text and get help when you want it wherever you are horoscope today. Listeners get ten percent off your first month when you go to better help dot com slash horoscope today. That's better help dot com slash horoscope today. Let's begin your day. Pluto governs the underworld when he's retrograde. He invites us to confront our shadow selves. Now stationed in your tenth house. You may reflect on moments when your ambition got the better of you when your drive to succeed may have led to underhanded maneuvers. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. You are a force to be reckoned with. Some may be threatened by your prowess while this is not your fault. You can show these people that your success does not mean their failure. Consider the work you do and your career over the next two months your goals may shift. Perhaps a new opportunity allows you to rise to a position of authority areas. Today is daily. Podcast follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary up from the apple APP or Google play stores. Get Your first reading today. And Follow Sanctuary at sanctuary world on. Instagram. That's essay in C. T. U. A. R. Y. W. R. D. Horoscope. Today is a podcast original.

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Whats Changed in Marketing Since The Lockdown | Ep. #1420

Marketing School

04:59 min | 4 months ago

Whats Changed in Marketing Since The Lockdown | Ep. #1420

"Welcome to marketing school. The only podcast that provides daily top level marketing tips and strategies from entrepreneurs that practice what they preach and live what they teach. Let's start leveling up your marketing knowledge with your instructors, Neil. Patel and Eric Su. Hey Margie school listeners. I have an interesting stat for you. Did you know that Walmart improved their conversion rate by two percent for every second that the improve their low time in other words, website speed helps with conversions in addition to that google uses it to determine where your site ranks in their index. The faster website loads the higher. You'll rink for that reason I want to talk to. To you today about a company called Dream House Dream Hose powers, the web with fast websites and superior customer service brought to you by team of Web, experts or super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of school, I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil. Patel and they were gonNA. Talk about what's changed in marketing since the law fouts. We've been locked out for for how long eight weeks weeks. Yeah, let's say like two plus months at this point. What my hair is getting crazy I. don't know how your hair stink. You just like shaven separate question. Yeah, I just shaved my own head I always have I save money on the haircut. As far. As what has changed a marketing since lot that well, initially, at least we talk about what happened out the gate, I'll say right out the gate. When the lockdown happened for most people, they shut down their marketing because a lot of what they were saying at the time allowed their market messages all campaigns for the other, no longer relevant, the messaging all became about helping other people supporting at doing what we can to just give back to the community and make sure we come out of this, so we can say the message has definitely changed. The messaging has changed quite a bit also the big thing that's also change your marketing. Costs have become a lot cheaper so pre lockdown. You had a Lotta small medium. Businesses were bidding on paid ads, even though they weren't the biggest spenders, all these systems are auction based systems. If you have a lot of people, spending money increases the prices overall his Zoli much inventory now when you have a lot of these people not bidding anymore, because they're out of business, some of them hopefully will come back. A Lot will still be out of business. The costs are cheaper for literally almost every single industry from overseeing online or paid ads. And then I just had it for a second. I'll change it over to. If you look at it. The League prolific content that used to have maybe people following them around. The. World a lot of them are they don't get to do that anymore, so they've had pivot a little bit and kind of similar to what they're doing right now. Neil, what used to get together and record live each other and that we've adopted over time and both good Mike's and we not only record the podcast at the same time always simulcasts, so we're seeing that more more as trend at were be more prolific with our content. Let's say because we're sample casting. I'm trying to make the most of what we have, so there's a lot more time for contemplation. And then the other thing that we're seeing to during the lockdown is your marking doesn't have to be as Polish people have accepted the fact that it's going to be more rough. Your videos are your audio may be podcast. You're content. Maybe because not everyone has as many designers or production teams, or whatever it may be getting scrappy. They're going more alive there being more real. They're okay with the errors in the edits, so that's also on the good things that I've seen in which you don't have to be too picky about what you're putting out there. Is Talent there's a lot of talent available right now, because unfortunately of are laying people off, so there's a lot of these layoffs tracker lists there's. Dot Layoffs believe, and there's another one called parachute lists dot com, and so you can look at these, and if you want really good talent right now, you can afford the great talents. A. Good time to start having conversations, but I'd discussion you. You don't want to hire too many people right now. You preserve your cash because you go to zero. You are a scheme over so cool. If you guys need help growing your business, check out marketing school dials slash live air conditioning virtual, and hopefully we'll see you there. We appreciate you joining us for this session of Marketing School. Be Sure to rate review and subscribe to the show and visit marketing school I o for more resources based on today's topic as well as access to more episodes that will help you find true marketing success, tax marketing school dot io until next time class dismissed.

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Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

Leo Today

02:56 min | 6 months ago

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

"Good Morning Leo Today's Tuesday April. Twenty Two thousand Twenty Pluto stands retrograde and your sixth house over the next eight weeks. He delivers drastic shocking upheavals. But once he can junks generator in late June he may discover that these radical shift become a source of power. This is Leo today. A podcast original if you're struggling with stress anxiety or isolation right now you are not alone better help online counseling offers licensed counselors with whom you can connect through secure and private video phone chat or text and get help when you want it wherever you are horoscope today. Listeners get ten percent off your first month when you go to better help dot com slash horoscope today. That's better dot com slash horoscope today. Let's begin your day. Pluto governs the underworld when he's retrograde. He invites us to confront our shadow cells. Now stationed in your sixth house. You may reflect on moments when you relied on unhealthy habits to get by Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. You likely fear criticism especially from those you respect over the next few months. Try to separate constructive feedback from judgment and remember never take criticism from someone. You wouldn't turn to for advice. Consider the work you do and your career. He may feel the pressure to perform and run the risk of overworking yourself. Try to stay realistic about what you can achieve in a day. Heart of knowing your word is knowing the value of your time Leo. Today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary APP from the apple APP or Google play stores. Get your first reading today and follow sanctuary. Its sanctuary world on instagram. That's S. ANC T. U. A. R. Y. W. R. L. D. Horoscope. Today is a podcast original.

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Italians Dispose Off Gold as COVID-19 Crunches Economy

Newscast - Africa

01:02 min | 5 months ago

Italians Dispose Off Gold as COVID-19 Crunches Economy

"You're listening to the news at this time. Africa Business Radio. Mossy Milano barracks is seen a surge in customers coming to sell the gold in his room store as Italian. Feel the economic fain of the government's lockdown and pose to curb one of the world's worst. Kobe nine pandemics for eight weeks. Shutdown has been gradually eased since May four what it has left on economy on its knees. With businesses Latin with debt and tens of thousands of new unemployed European Commission expects at least economies extreme by nearly ten percent this year. The manager of three comparable or shops borrowed settled That's an increase. The fifty percents in their purchases of gold from five. It's awesome is this year but secretly in the last two weeks and that was the news at this time in Africa Business Radio. You can continue to listen live online at. Www AFRICA BUSINESS RADIO DOT com or a mobile APP. Thank you for listening.

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Connecting with Faraway Kids

Parenting Roundabout

11:32 min | 1 year ago

Connecting with Faraway Kids

"Now is the chance to use reliable energy to grow your money with the Dominion Energy Reliability Investment our new investment product offers competitive returns no maintenance fees and flexible online access to your money make the reliable investment in reliable energy the Dominion Energy being a few days visiting my daughter at university and we're having a great time however I've noticed this been some changes who live at home and don't go out except for to work and to things that we take them too so we're connected the just how I interact with her in how I maintain meaningful connections with her because like how to connect with our kids whether they're near or far so in my case as I record this I am spending the teachers that she has she she's busy and she's she's got this whole other sort of existence happening outside so one of the things I was thinking Terry you have adult children like how do you how has your connections to them changed over the years heaviest I have adult children now she doesn't have the luxury of time to sit down and review her day or two long talk about is lives and worrying about what's going on right now today's those day which means it's time to give into her obsessing about parenting details big and small continues to become independent of me and our family and I mean I know that she'll always one stay connected but how can I do that in a meeting very difficult so I am not the One dag about this I can remember when I was a kid and you know my mom certainly wanted to remain connected I guess it's like okay how as kids are getting older how how are you guys connecting with your kids as they get older like Kathryn example your daughter's going off to university next year the last night as I dropped her off at nine o'clock a little earlier than I had wanted to but you know she had to go see some friends 'cause she's leaving the weekend away without either being the nosy intrusive mom or the mom who calls every day or so today Oldboy we're too connected we are excessively connected we are trying to not observe everything everybody's doing at all times and it is oh wait I wasn't extremely forthcoming but she couldn't go online and see what I was doing she couldn't text me real quickly she had no other way to contact me other than just hello I'm Catherine Calico as long as of teens and young adults who have survived those little kid days it was still rethinking the decisions we've made all through our kid nine find myself like I'll look and see like oh you know she stopped target or whatever but then I try to resist later on early in the dark room with a wet rag over is imagine all the terrible things that could be happening that was basically her updates so is it easier now that you can still example I'm going to go and hang out with her thing you can do this you know where I'm not just sitting there interrogating every minute of her day wait can when I went off to college I mean I don't think I talked to my mom every day on the phone but if I did it was like one time and you know in but it's still like something that you share bazar change big change it you know so now like it without interrogating like I said being overbearing because I know that some points yesterday I mean because I haven't seen her in I appreciate the things even though like gigantic pain having to go on a eight hour moss ride to a- competition it and it seems to me that it was hugely harder than because you did not have cell phones and texting you didn't have social media you know you didn't really have any they wanna know but it's like yeah yeah have to kind of let go without some little bit too if that makes sense yeah so signed the in touch I mean you have your maybe you have your life three sixty may be dunked but you could track them to some degree through their social media usage and sort of live vicariously through that and she wanted something time with him so I was thinking how am I going to maintain this connection with her as sure in in her obviously for the better because she's obviously maturing and growing but with that means is that I have to right and even when we were in the car we weren't necessarily always like having in depth conversations you know sometimes just like listening to radio and not even talking yeah you know I try not to be I think when she started driving that was a huge change because then you don't have all that car time don't have access to that daily like exactly where they are in how do you get it Taylor when we do things like that right so but yeah it's I it's weird you know that you um yeah you know we don't sit together on the bus but we stay together in a hotel and you know we have a little a little bit of time and eight weeks it's just get our communication overtaxed and phone is it's been good but you don't get that duration somebody needs to create a journaling APP for young people away from home they'll be like fill in the blanks today I did blank I went yes that's exactly what I want I eat my vegetables all the information parents would want to know you can just take thirty seconds fill it out send it off out when I'm when I'm asking too much or you know cost for too many things what that meant self brings a whole bunch of issues too because okay yeah you can see where there are but then you're like oh my gosh what are they doing their care they say right Mike so where did you get a car that was like were you spying like she knows I have the tracker but right yeah I mean some people would argue let them be right like like local around for the parenting roundabout podcast for the week about cover fourteen on the Knicks. I'm here Terry Morrow it'd be listening to those people it's hard it's hard to do it all at once right yeah and I could just tell that she was becoming tired and one lady told you that memory explain that the mom figure that out and then like three places and just like we've just sketchily fill in details of your day and send it to your parent mypillow form that you use to get from preschool what part of no every detail about or and I'm excited for her in an happy for her because she's definitely doing a lot of new things meeting New People better around about roundup of things we've been using enjoying lately that we think deserve a shout out and find all our episodes at parenting roundabout dot Com and talk back into comments there on our facebook page for on twitter you'll find us at roundabout checked on your happy you're GonNa have to give them an incentive of some guys they get bitcoin or something for doing liability investment to find out more go online to reliability investment dot com that's reliability investment dot com it's just very weird feeling watching her walk into her other world yeah India's striking strains of sunrise sunset in the background it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's fasted and I I didn't sit while me and I didn't feel comfortable Williams unnecessary yeah just like such a party your life for so long breaks into song yet it will say that's it around for breaks into song or burst into tears tune in tomorrow when will share it's easy to bundle home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance basic AAC behind the Lasagna it's very old progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other in the basement or extra groceries exiled forever remember that frozen lasagna of course you don't it's been down there since two thousand eight good news is getting in between you and the life you want to live CD medic targets your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active ingredients plus the added benefits of tea let's see free

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Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

Pisces Today

02:51 min | 6 months ago

Tuesday, April 28th, 2020

"Good Morning Pisces. Today is Tuesday April. Twenty Eight Two Thousand Twenty. Pluto stands retrograde and your eleventh house over the next eight weeks. He delivers drastic shocking upheavals. But once he could junk Jupiter in late June he may discover that these radical shift become a source of power. This is Pisces today. A podcast original. If you're struggling with stress anxiety or `isolation right now you are not alone better help. Online counseling offers licensed counselors with whom you can connect through secure and private video phone chat text and get help when you want it wherever you are horoscope today. Listeners get ten percent off your first month when you go to better help dot com slash horoscope. Today that's better help dot com slash horoscope today. So let's begin your day. Pluto governs the underworld when he's retrograde. He invites us to confront our shadow selves. Now stationed in your eleventh house. You may reflect on moments when you forced another's hand to get your way. Now take a moment to reflect on your relationships. Each of us has told a lie to avoid consequences or to get something we've wanted in these moments. Identify what you were scared of losing. Try to ask for what you need instead of concealing what you fear. Consider the work you do and your career you are. Well positioned to meet someone who drastically changes your goals be on the lookout for an eye opening encounter. A new ally could be right around the corner. High-seas today is a daily podcast. Follow on spotify to make it part of your morning routine if you're interested in learning more about your sign. Download the sanctuary APP from the apple APP or Google stores. Get Your first reading today. And Follow Sanctuary at sanctuary world on. Instagram. That's essay in C. T. U. A. R. Y. W. R. L. D. Horoscope. Today is a podcast original.

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Jenny Anderson on Love and Dirty Dishes

Motley Fool Money

03:40 min | 9 months ago

Jenny Anderson on Love and Dirty Dishes

"With the Motley fool money extra. I'm Chris Hill. Valentine's Day is right around on the corner. So it's natural to think of romance or at the very least chocolate Jenny. Anderson says the key to a happy marriage isn't necessarily romance or Love It's Economics Jenny's award winning business reporter who co-authored the Best Selling Book Spouse Annex using economics to master love marriage and dirty dishes when the book first came out in two thousand eleven we talked about the benefit of commitment devices and taking a cost benefit analysis approach the everyday life in a marriage. Marriage can be romantic but dishes are not romantic. Trash is not romantic you know deciding who does the carpal. These are not romantic issues and do not require romantic solutions. They require practical solutions. I think we sometimes just hope that because we're married and because we're in love all of these things should be easy like you would never run a business that way being like why my business partner just knows what I would assume that like you would sit down and say all right. Here's how we're going to divide the tasks you're GONNA do. Here's what I'm going to do and when it doesn't get done you would be upset about it So we're really trying to address the business of marriage because there is a business of marriage and That's very said probably for those perspective to be married but it's true and it doesn't have to be a bad thing but the less bigger you do about that business like that. The more time there is for romance and sex and love and hanging out with your kids and doing the great things you WanNa do. If you're not sort of you know at at wit's end arguing about school lunches what is one thing right now. Now that every listener can do to improve their marriage commitment devices better and better inter. I'm going to say I. I would probably not say this to a lot of audiences but you have a smart one. So I'm I'm a really smart. Wants him to go out there with this one better inter temporal decision making decisions. We make today that I've consequences in the future. We are procrastinators human beings. We were going to say for our retirement. We don't we say we're going to exercise. We don't we say we're going to get well we don't we say we're we're going to be a better husband or wife. We don't. We need to put in place commitment devices to be the husband or wife that we want to be. So you know if you've been talking for the past asked eight weeks about you know eight years about how you WanNa do more new things together or You WanNa go on more date nights together or you know you really do want to find find a babysitter that you love so that you can get out of the house every once in a while. Do it find a way to commit to it force ourselves to do it. You know Prepay a babysitter Find the best babysitter during the town. Bookham every other Saturday night so you have to go out. You're forced to plan do something to make yourself do some of the things you say you're going to do and you never do so You you know if you as a couple I heard a lot of couples say you know we. There's scary. Research says that married couples exercise much less than single people. Say Okay. Let's say you as a couple of said. Do you want to get into shape. Commit to doing a race where you have to raise money for a good cause like are you really gonNA screw all those people who are giving you money to care cancer. No so go do that. If that's what order court requires to get your Lazy Butt Out of better every Saturday morning to go running. You know I feel like these commitment devices are very powerful tool To get us to do things that we want to do but we just never really get around to doing. You heard the lady get yourself prepaid babysitter and have some fun this weekend. I'm Chris L.. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next time.

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The YNAB Debt Bootcamp

You Need a Budget

05:33 min | 10 months ago

The YNAB Debt Bootcamp

"Hello my name is Jesse. PODCAST number. Four hundred nine for wine. Yeah where we teach you four rules to help you. Stop it from paycheck to paycheck. Get Out of debt and save more money. Beat that horse longest podcast ever got me Goin' on if you haven't heard why debt it's four reasons and I'll recap them really quick cash they steal. You can't budget it creativity. It's killed so you can't have it. Opportunities are annihilated because you have nothing to risk your living beyond your means only debt allows you to do that and then just the big bad corporations I I love I love capitalism. It's it moves the world I think it alleviates poverty. It's wonderful in a thousand ways that I don't want to elaborate here on this podcast but we all have choices. That's the beauty of the system and we're just lining the pockets of corporations when we choose to play this game so that's another reason I hate it. They are taking profits and I think the cost to society is far greater than the profits that are being gained so if we want to raise all all ship's fewer and fewer people should be borrowing money so that we can unleash capitalistic creativity across the board and up and down the strata. All right let me tell you about something. That's very cool. We are launching a wine ab debt. bootcamp it starts very soon you can sign up at wine dot com slash boot camp. It's a facebook group. It will only run eight weeks. It is a boot camp people that means it will be intense and it will be unsustainable unsustainable for a long time but perfectly sustainable with superhuman effort for eight weeks the boot camp will involve some inspiring stuff from us. It'll involve some classes that were running our lease running those. It will involve some impromptu videos from Ben be. I believe you'll see him on instagram and facebook quite a bit. It will be mostly a support group that will be private fixed right. Not everyone just come in and out and join. It'll be fixed group that all be doing on the same thing for these eight weeks and basically we're going to link arms joined together wine albers all thinking the same thing I would like to have less debt hanging around my neck eight weeks weeks from now so you can join join this group and we'll do it all together I think the Camaraderie there is important that community. You can't overstate it. We want you to have people what we want you to have the backs of other people and we want people to have your back and knowing that their like minded wine albers in your group that are ready and unwilling to go at it you know and not do something just halfway and not do something at a pace that's boring. I want this to be intense. I I wanted to be unsustainable we're doing a sprint. It's an eight week sprint. And you go crazy just absolute crap. Anyone can do something for eight weeks right when I'm working out and I'm on the rower and going hard and I have a minute left. My my thought is my word. This is painful and the next thought is Jesse you can do anything for sixty seconds right right and then hey jesse you can do anything for thirty seconds. I mean come on Jesse you can do anything for ten seconds and you keep going. So we'll adopt an unsustainable the pace for an eight week boot camp. It's just what they do in boot camp. They know that they can't put those people through that for ever but they can put them through some of them for eight weeks and you know what's cool about eight weeks six. What's cool about that environment? What's cool about the structure and the intensity? It breeds a new kind of learning. That only happens when you subject yourself to something that's unsustainable and even uncomfortable it also builds a lot of camaraderie because shared suffering right. It really works so so I join at this time of year. I want people to say you know what something Jesse said in the last four weeks right and I don't want to take part in this whole debt charade any longer. I WANNA pay off as much as I possibly can and we. Are there air to help you. I want to help you. So bad to have more cash to budget more creativity to unleash more opportunities to seize and and maybe more prophets instead of the big corporations so join us why nab dot com slash boot camp. It's all free that I did not say it's all free. You guys passed for the software and I love you for it. I appreciate it. That's how we make our money with the software so this is completely free. We're just facilitating. You going going through an intense eight week experienced pay off as much debt as in humanly possible why dot com slash bootcamp. Thanks for listening to my rant over the last several weeks as relates to debt. I might tone it down a little bit or maybe I should crank it up. I don't know if you have an opinion. Let me know podcast at UNITA. BUDGET DOT DOT com. So what do you say to pay off a little bit of debt or should you join the boot camp and pay off a whole ton until next time following apps four rules and you will win financially. You've never budgeted like this.

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Spontaneous Human Combustion, Your Terrible Creep Radar, and Employee Honesty

Curiosity Daily

09:54 min | 1 year ago

Spontaneous Human Combustion, Your Terrible Creep Radar, and Employee Honesty

"All right well here's some curiosity dot com tell you get smarter in just a few minutes i'm cody goff and i'm ashley aamer did you learn about why you're creep radars probably terrible the science of spontaneous human combustion ended the one believed the determined employee honesty but satisfy some curiosity research suggests you're really bad at figuring out who's a creep and knowing why could help you be a little less biased so let's talk about how we judge other people the typical by says that if someone comes off as a creep you should avoid them that seems logical but it's also dead wrong at least according to one small but persuasive canadian study how reliable are first impressions are about who's creepy and who's not the researchers needed defined pools of boats certified creeps in certified good guys they came up with a clever solution for the creeps they gathered pictures of criminals from america's most wanted list and for non creeps used photos of past nobel peace prize winners then they showed the photos to a small group of volunteers to see if they could tell one from the other the results in this experiment participants did slightly worse than if they flipped a coin correctly identified forty nine percent of the one in criminals as untrustworthy not good and the findings imply some bad stuff about human nature psychologist julie a shock wrote in the ted ideas blog quote creepy people were generally thought to be lanky men with poor hygiene who behaved awkwardly attractive if people were deemed to be trustworthy be they nobel laureates are criminals unquote an example of something called the halo effect which is a deeply rooted bias where we assume that people who are more attractive are generally more trustworthy ambitious healthier etc cetera but it has the flip side the devil effect which makes us think the people who were undesirable in one way or likely undesirable in other ways in short you're creep radar is essentially an ugly ill camped dude alarm and chances it's pretty unfair causing you misjudged people who don't have attractive features and good muscle tone that is true whether you're evaluating them as a potential conversation partner a kennedy at a job interview or they accused of criminal trial the bottom line is you're things about creeps art keeping you safe they're just making you more biased against people who don't look like hollywood movie stars be aware of that next time you judge someone is menacing and weird in a split second you know one way that i own judge someone if i saw them on the street what's that is if they were on fire was let's talk about spontaneous human combustion joe let's is it really possible for someone to burst into flames well skeptics say no stories of spontaneous human combustion date back as far as the fourteen hundreds night named pullover this or stiff were said to have drunk to needles on wine before spewing out of flame and becoming consumed by fire another earliest written accounts came in sixteen thirty three win danish anatomist thomas bar stolen described as a woman in paris went up in ashes and smoke while she slept but left her strong mattress unaffected by the flames news accounts of people becoming engulfed inflames seemingly without and outside cause have also cropped up many times in the last century so what's going on well most of these examples have a few things in common the person is usually immobile end while the body is usually completely reduced to ashes the surroundings are often unmarred by smoker fire of course nothing could come from other sources like a cigarette or an electric spark but this doesn't explain why the victims burn so completely series range from digestive just of enzymes igniting a build up of methane in the intestines to too much static electricity in the body to some external geomagnetic force or even a new subatomic particles called the pie wrote ton but so far there hasn't been any good science backup these ideas there is one possible explanation for this it's based in science and it's known as the wick effect fair warning sprinting gruesome first how a candle is made up of a wick surrounded by wax ignition fuel source when you let the wick with a flame the heat melts the wax closest to the wick that liquid waxes drawn up the wick by capillary action until it reaches the flame and his vaporized which creates more heat the keeps the cycle going the human body can be thought of as and inside out candle flammable clothing her hair axes the wick and body fat access a fuel source as heat from the flame reaches the fat it melts in soaks into the wick vaporizing and creating more heat to keep the body burning continuously all the fuel the fire needs is right there which could be why a victim surroundings left untouched safer a few grease stains the leftovers from burning fat it's a theory as gruesome as he idea of spontaneous human combustion itself oh just stick with the human torch from the fantastic four yes it's much cleaner johnny storm new research suggests employee honesty depends on one belief in keeping employees please honest is pretty important speak as dishonest behavior from employees costs companies an estimated three point seven trillion dollars worldwide that cost is what inspired this research according to a leadoff julian lee of university of michigan as reported by futurity refounded a lot of previous research on the topic of weather morality is driven by deliberation or intuition failed to take into account the series the people held about honesty an effort according to her a person's outlook on honesty an effort is pretty crucial in understanding why people behave dishonestly so we entered coauthors conducted three studies to measure the impact of thinking that honesty takes effort they want to see whether that belief it could predict later dishonest behavior because if you think well yeah takes a lot of work to be honest then you could use that belief to justify your behaviors in the first study researchers found that the more in individual associated honesty with effort the more likely they were to be dishonest in the second the researchers demonstrated that believing honesty takes effort increased dishonesty compared with believing honesty is effortless and the third study explored how the series interacted acted with the strength of situations at hand so when i say strength of situations a strong temptation to be dishonest would be if you found a twenty dollar bill on the floor of the kitchen in your office there's a strong temptation to be dishonest because i i mean you just found it there is a public space who's gonna know if you take it a situation where you have eight weeks temptation to be dishonest is if you find a twenty dollar bill on the floor in your shared cubicle you obviously know if you're a cube maids in that situation you have to decide whether they give it back because we know each other well in that strongly tempting scenario where you just find the twenty dollar bill in a public space you're belief about whether honesty requires effort has no effect on what you decide to do ultimately but in that situation tuition with the week temptation to be dishonest if you find tony dollars on the floor on you're shared a cubicle and you believe the honesty requires effort then you're actually more likely to be dishonest this research could be used at the impact how educators teach ethics six in business school because of course business dealings are a whole lot more complicated than just finding twenty dollar bills around you're office which i would love to work in that office and take away for you is that when you think a decision takes effort you can use that as a justification vacation to do the wrong thing so don't do that my favorite quote about honesty and not taking effort is from mark twain who said if you tell the truth you don't have to remember anything i love mark twin has some of the greatest quotes in the english language he also doesn't have some of the greatest quotes english language and we just put his name on them anyway strew recap what we learned today we wanna thank some of are supporters were bringing you today's ad free episode a very special thank you tim mary rose sergio marino loop chapman jared freeland end scott gates quick note that there will not be a special saturday episode tomorrow but next saturday you will hear the final episode in our five pardon mini series is about how science and technology are being applied to drive innovation and change the world we will be back with our regularly scheduled programing this coming sunday since you wouldn't be listening to a saturday episode tomorrow how about you spend a few minutes nominating curiosity daily to be a finalist and the twenty nineteen podcast awards it only takes a minute to denominate us and you could check today's show notes for a link with instructions but basically visit podcast awards dot com follow the instructions on the website to register and then once you're signed up just click on the dropdown menu is devotes curiosity daily as one of the nominees we would love to be finalists for the categories of people's choice education in science and medicine voting in other categories is optional again that's podcast awards dot com it's free to vote in it will really go a long way and supporting our show anyway now let's do a quick recap of what we learned today today we learned that you probably think people are creepy just because they're unattractive emmett spontaneous human combustion might happen if humans burn up like a candle

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