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"severson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | Last month

"severson" Discussed on KOMO

"The northwest and the world From ABC News I'm chuck severson A new peace talks offer from Ukraine's president in a moment but in boulder Colorado right now Not far from where a huge wildfire destroyed hundreds of homes last December a new fire is being battled and this time yesterday evacuation orders covered nearly 20,000 people But now most are being told they can go back home Fire departments Mike Smith incident commander Actually now at 21% contained that's up from our zero so we're very happy to report that most evacuation orders are lifted but nearly 2000 are still told to stay away from home for the moment Ukrainian forces fighting a fierce counter offensive retaking territory from the Russian invaders As the Russian shelling in Ukraine continues the country's president volodymyr zelensky is a game calling for more U.S. and NATO help to fight including air defense systems fighter jets and tanks former CIA director and retired four star general David Petraeus of hearing on ABC's this week says zelensky's wish list is understandable I mean he's like a battlefield commander and no commander has ever had enough forces Still he says Ukrainian fighters have been making progress against the Russians Around Kyiv kharkiv and some others and even pushing them back a bit The war now passed the one month Mark Derek Dennis ABC News New round of face to face negotiations between Ukraine and Russia have now been agreed to to take place in Istanbul Ukrainian president zelensky saying that a peace deal is only possible if Russia withdraws its troops to the territory occupied before the start of the invasion Police near Chicago investigating three thefts from a car dealership in the past week not of cars but the gas in them We.

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"severson" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"severson" Discussed on Sleep With Me

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Los Angeles Hollywood pastor believes church fire was intentionally set

Glenn Beck

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Hollywood pastor believes church fire was intentionally set

"Fire. The Hollywood Church is under investigation, but the pastor suspects arson, Pastor Justin Severson says he got the call and rushed over. His initial assessment leads him to believe the fire was deliberately set the 35 year old church's congregation of about 100 people, police are now asking anyone with information to call crime stoppers. Have you like

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"severson" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"severson" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Newer employees. That often has a lot of fire. You don't we started off the today's show with the topic of how to build a team that works. So let's let's in this initial conversation with a focus on. What does it mean to. That team actually works. And what you entrepreneurs need to do in order to make sure that got the right people the right leadership to make the team work. And actually of thrive in helping the business grow in talking about teams can be either under one roof. Or if you're a solo preneurs and you're looking for that perfect graphic designer as a contractor or you know however your relationships work. I don't think any of us build a successful business by ourselves. It's important to remember or know who we are if you notice that maybe you identified with the fiery temperament With that very driven very passionate very motivated person Or maybe you notice that. No i i tend to be the one who's really really created and i have a harder time seeing things through to the end i just wanna create create create. And let somebody else bring that to fruition. It's really important to know clearly who you are within that context so that you can start to bring on the kinds of people who will help balance you out. So if you know that you're you know guns blazing moving really fast and furious. You're probably going to want first to bring in someone who is What we would call better but but what you're really looking for is someone who can help provide structure. Who can help with endurance. Who can help remind you that you cannot just be unbridled fire all the time so keeping these things in mind what is complementary to you and what it is that you know about your gaps. The places that you fall short or the places that you become imbalanced and find the people who can really support that we're here with katie brady in zebra severson. We've been discussing how to build a team that works. I wanna remind you there the author of the seven mental models for the conscious team and you can find a link to that on the show notes at conscious knowin- air show dot com. Just scroll down to you. See today's title how to build a team that works. We'll be right back with the twenty four hour challenge. I want to thank you for doing your part during this pandemic and financially challenging time using your talents to help others is the greatest gift you can give others now. My heart felt gratitude. Goes out to you and to help. You grow your business. I've created an audio to empower you to manifest abundance now to access your manifest abundance audio gouda conscious. No air dot com ford slash manifest abundance. That's conscious millionaire. Dot com ford slashed manifest abundance. Welcome back i'm jv chrome third. I'm your host and my featured guest today or a couple katie bray and zab severson. They're the co authors of the book. The seven mental models for the conscious team. And now it's time for the twenty four hour challenge zach. Could you give the challenge for us today. Oh my pleasure. So the challenge Our challenge for you is to implement of three times a breathing technique called box breathing. Now what is going gonna do as it's going to help kind of reset your nervous system. Actually a technique to choose by navy seals special operators and so three times during the next twenty. four hours. you're going to sit in a quiet comfortable place And you're going to inhale hold exhale hold for an equal amount of time so starting out for your first time. Four seconds inhale hold for four seconds. Xl for four seconds. Hold for four seconds and then start again. If you feel confident enough you can do. A five seconds The can you can start being a little bit more challenging longer. Time that you go and if you can do this or a cycle of let's say five rounds maybe ten rounds that would be ideal and then notice what you're what you're feeling what you're sensations. You're noticing after you're done with. That is very exciting. And i love breathing having lived at a buddhist monastery. We did a lot of breathing meditation. I think this is great. Twenty four hour challenge in. I'd love to hear from you. Tell me how you did it. What your experience was like an and literally what your challenges were with it. I'll be glad to comment. And here's how to connect with me. Just go to conscious millionaire. Show dot com and click on the rectangle at the top. There's one for emailed. There's one for voicemail and those all come to my personal inbox. So i'll be the person who responds to you and now i want to thank you personally for showing up. Because that's the reason. I do the show and have incredible guests like katie. And so also want to remind you that there are no accidents. You're not here accidentally. You're here because i know you want to get to that first million in every episodes designed to help you get to your first million and to do it by making a big positive impact with your life. With your business and enjoying the financial success and fulfillment that you deserve. I wanna thank you again for showing up. But i want to especially thank our fans and friends in ventura california and evanston illinois's thank you for tuning and whether by podcast or radio and stay tuned because now we're going to the conscious millionaire questions and i'll let the two of you just decide who provides each of these. Let's start with. What are the three secrets. You've learned about growing businesses and being an entrepreneur. That's a good question. I i i wanna say. Probably the one of the most profound quotes Was actually katie's is grab courage from your toenails. It's it's kind of impromptu. But it really is perfect for entrepreneurs journey for those times where In leading to my second point kind of where you feel boxed in and you just need to just come up with a massive amount of courage to see your way on the other side of whatever obstacle is i saw that my second point is when you are faced with these various obstacles sometimes personal sometimes in business they can be with. Your family is when you feel like you were in a box and you're being boston you know that is an opportunity that is.

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"severson" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"severson" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Before we start the show. I want to thank you for doing your park during this high risk time in the pandemic. Thank you for wearing a mask. Both to protect yourself and others allow this. Jv chrome the third. And i am so excited you join me today because i have a couple with me. And they are experts in conscious business culture. They're also the author of the seven mental models for the conscious team helped me welcome our featured guest their true systems experts together. They bring over twenty years expertise working with conscious entrepreneurs bringing harmony to their businesses through their ira vaguely based system my guest today. Katie bray and zab severson. Welcome to the show for having us so much pleasure. Well you know. i'm really excited. Because this is one of those shows folks. You're going to be learning a lot but chafee is also gonna be learning quite a bit because i actually don't know a lot about ir vedic and how that approach actually helps businesses and teams. So let's you start off with the basic question. What does that all me. So i beta is an ancient medical system that originated in india about five years. Five five years ago. Been around for a long time. Five thousand years ago so if anyone's familiar with chinese medicine is very similar but it predates that and vega. It breaks people down into what they call dasa's that we actually called temperaments. And those temperaments correlate with the elements and so each person although we all have all of the elements within us we have dominant elements. That will have a great influence on a lot of aspects of who. We are so in other words if we look at aaron's faces one type of individual fires another type of individual in urban water as another type of individual. Sometimes these blend but we can describe the mental physical and the activity levels of leaders of their teams at different times in individuals lives all base. From from ir veda. There's a significant amount of emerging research coming out showing many of the correlations to you know how individuals sleep correlating with what type of person to have a lot of space. Oftentimes i'll have very restless inconsistent sleep if to disease tendencies where somebody has a lot of fire like a lot of entrepreneurs have then they can have a problem tendencies to have their heart or with their cardiovascular system Eh there are genetic studies showing correlations higher beta As well as different types of of frame pattern in brain functions while bringing that up. Just because there's there's several key papers at talk about your beta as only systems approach to health and we're not really concerned about the health aspects specifically is more of the psychological and social components and business that lays out back of helen individual operates how they can be at their best. How teams function together in a now environment. So taking this approach. Why is it so challenging for most entrepreneurs to lead their team so if we look at the qualities in qualities very representative of of elements Entrepreneurs when we have taken assessments in. We've had leaders are taken ourselves over. Eighty five percents had significant combination of fire. Now statistically this is a total anomaly but the qualities of having a fiery temperament are always been in action being extremely passionate being driven And you know they're essential you give them lemons they're gonna make limited on. If you look at leadership types they are going to create an lead organization versus other types errands space. They will be stuck more end nation phase. They're not gonna have the activity or the skills more often to actually drive that initiative to create that organization and if you have earned the water individuals when they get inspired by something they're going to something that's already existing. They're not gonna start something on off and so win when entrepreneurs creating their team that can be a lot of energy very tight a personality which we often see with entrepreneurs that can be ruler challenging And that can be challenging teams at the end of what we see. A lot is Particularly with startups or newer entrepreneurs. There is a lot of that fire and they tend to attract people who have a lot of fire. Let's say it's a small team that you're developing because y- in the beginning stage of course in particular you want the go-getters you want people who are really going out there and doing it. What what happens though. Is they forget that when they when they are a little bit further along in their development that what they actually need to start bringing in some of these other temperaments some of the air and space some of the earth and water because earth and water is very stabilizing and connecting those are going to be your hr individuals or the you know the outward facing like talking to customers and making sure that everything is smooth sailing and everything is good errands as individuals. They need that space to create and to bring in the new innovations that the company might very well needs to stay ahead of the game and so when we look at the way that these dynamic groups worked together we see how their communication styles are incredibly different and how like a lot of relationships. You know we often treat people the way that we want to be treated. But we don't look at who they are and how they feel most honored at in the way that they're being treated and so and our work. What we do is once people understand what they're dominant temperaments. Are it usually a combination and not just one but we definitely seen people who are really dominant and one We start to help them be able to refrain. Oh that's why so. And so. And i that's why we consistently get into that same argument. This is how we need to be communicating with each other. Oh this is that one gets scattered. This is how. I can show up to help them not do that. And so we see how No everyone has balances and imbalances. We get out of the right and wrong conversation and we take it into. How can we be solutions based where we're all supporting each other's gets because these are all gifts that all businesses need to have all of us today when we talk about the different gifts. Every generation has a different gift. It seems like we all have different style. And this is particularly true about millennials. So millennials have a high potential but a lot of people have difficulty tapping into that high potential. How can entrepreneurs make some shifts so that they can bring millennials into their team. And everybody's gonna thrive including the business and all members of the team yet. So what what's comes loss is somebody gets real excited about the new hire bringing somebody on board into the team a lot of times. They have a lot of really impressive. Accomplishments went to great schools. Want to really great institutions amazing work and then when they come onto the organization and oftentimes.

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"severson" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

A.D. History Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"severson" Discussed on A.D. History Podcast

"He's the one who gets his holiday log bone there. He's celebrated figure yet at the same time it was the we should try to cultivate good relations side. That won out and it was people like yoda. I mentioned before. Who had the special relationship. With marcus aurelius with september. Severson with caracalla and it was actually them who tried to help the jews finish. The mishna gave them guards and so forth now. Something i'm i'm curious about. Sam is any time there. is this this coordinated revolt. Especially when you know. You're you're allying with people that may be in the empire from elsewhere those who are from outside and in some ways. It's obviously even more difficult if you don't win but there's such a different challenge between fighting a war and what came after it and as borne out in history many times when something like this happens all those involved don't necessarily have the same shared end goal for what they're hoping to accomplish just just outside of getting rid of the enemy that they basically want to kick to the curb. Why were they fighting them. In terms of what they wanted to achieve was it just to establish their own sovereign kingdom in judea or were there any sort of conflicting priorities and goals among those who fought in the war inasmuch as we know because like i said we have very fragmentary record of this. It seems like it was just a basic independence. Restoration of the temple. Kind of this was not the last two ish revolt against the romans but it was the last for a very long time like i said this leads actually into a period of fairly good relations between roman emperors and jewish leadership. But you know this is such a long period. We have to remember that. We can't think of the roman empire is being era. things changed over. The centuries and centuries and relationships ebbed and flowed and leadership changed and what it meant to be roman. What it meant to be jewish changed over these centuries and were you will see that in future decades and centuries as you go on in your podcast on your videos you mentioned somebody that just made me light up immediately. And that of course. Simon say bag montefiore and his Jerusalem the biography. Which i highly recommend. He's one of my favorite both writers and writers of history and in addition to jerusalem by all means to definitely check out stalin cora the reds are brilliant stuff and one of the things. He mentioned that an interesting theme in jerusalem. The biography is how jerusalem itself as old just how incredibly ancient it is that its importance and its priority to the outside world also ebbs and flows and how does this work out ultimately from this point forward relative to the jews. Well the great sent heat-driven after this point actually leaves yovany and north to the galley. Because that's where the jews are now. The you know when. Judy was a province. You had in the south jews in the middle samaritans in the north jus again and now the jews in the south are all dead most of them so you just go to bit showery and they go to go eventually detail. Yeah that's where they stay because that's where the population is now..

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"severson" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"severson" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"It's very sad. He squatted down for a closer look. At that moment I noticed the blood dripping from his hand, hit the floor next puddle of yellow fluid. I soon to hit the floor. The very rapidly began to be drawn toward the puddle. Audit Single trace of blood was left by the dust traffic made is who? Talk the fluid instantly diffuse through it as if it will never there. Guys. Guys I yelled trying to get their attention. Look I said pointing towards the ground is more droplets, hit the floor and were in. Poland into and swallowed by the yellow liquid. Okay that looks a lot like cute. A leaf sandy insisted. Yeah. Definitely. Terry agreed as we hurry down the PA. While the House that I asked as we walked along at a brisk pace. Motivation Tehran's. Motivation to get out of. Take credit for the discovery sin someone else here. So we can never talk about it ever again. That's the best idea I've heard today sandy agreed quickening her pace despite her obvious struggle for. Wait wait noticing this. We need to stop and Cabraha eat something drink some water my suggested. He found an offshoot room relatively absent from the strange liquid with some stone chairs to sit down for a bit. We took some time to rest and refuel I put my bag in withdrew my medical again. I Terry. Let me see your hand. I think we should try changing advantage my said. Stood for a seat and walked over to me as said, place one of the portable lanterns next to me urban the kit look for some fresh bandaging and disinfectant. Does it still hurt off she held handouts me. Not. Anymore. But I can't move it ready well. He replied. Well that's not good. You might have severson tendency if you can't move it. I sat a little more grimly than I intended. Let me try and see what's going on. I added taking his hand starting to unravel the band. At once. My heart dropped to join. Mike whole on several fleshless fingers fell from the fabric onto the floor. Future stench of rot wafting through the air. Cost Terry. I shrieked as I climbed over the back of the chair in alarm. Terry. Your hand is writing. I yelled at him. Still looking at the liquefying flesh on his hand is the bone showed through his hand to the wrist. He. squinted at me for a second caulking, his head and confusion. As if not really processing what I was screaming at him all the reason for my son rich. Not, all change the moment took his vision for me and focused on his own.

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"severson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"severson" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

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Appreciating Texture in Chinese Cooking

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:57 min | 2 years ago

Appreciating Texture in Chinese Cooking

"We started talking about the textures which are so important in Chinese cooking. You talked about Your first days and changing and how it took you a while to get used to it but when I kept asking you about the slippery bits of the gnarly bits of the chewy bids. Your eyes lit up and you love those textures. Could you talk to us a little bit about that because you you? You made a huge transition from the beginning to now to really appreciating texture. I think it just happened. Through constant exposure really because when I went to live in Chengdu the capital of Sichuan in nine hundred ninety four. I was like any other foreigners in that. Although I tasted a lot of different foreign cuisines I was not used to eating slithery. Grisly inclusiveness foods and Chinese friends will always ordering bat sort of food for me and I would politely eat these things without really any pleasure but over the years. I think being in the company of people who really love eating and having a generally wonderful experience of Chinese and Sichuanese Food I guess I just started to appreciate them and I came to realize that if you can open your mind and your palate to the pleasures of texture. It's like opening a door to another dimension of gastronomy and it just multiplies the possibility of pleasure. I think you wrote about Sichuanese cooking. I love this quote. The most salient characteristics of Sichuan cooking is it's audacious combinations of different flavors in a single dish and a multitude of flavors within a meal. Could you just talk about that? Yes absolutely and it does play you like a piece of music. The whole point of a good meal is that it's not just sort of wham Bam hot and spicy. If you have a spicy dish you'll also have a very delicate lentil soup if you have something. That's very sweet and sour. Then you'll probably have something that's light and savory and so with these meal it just takes you on a journey and you have these very stimulating tastes and then you have something relaxing and cleansing and then you go into a stronger flavor again. And that's one of the reasons. Why sichuanese food never comes tiring and it's also one of the reasons. Why such unease food? I think it's regarded as the People's food the common people's food because it doesn't have to be about an expensive ingredients. Their addition such on like my old favorite fish fragrant eggplant which this is the cheap everyday dish. And it's so delicious and Dry Fried Bean so you get these release simple cheap everyday dishes that anyone can afford. And they are dramatic and exciting

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"severson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"severson" Discussed on AP News

"Alexander Povetkin became the eighth player in NHL history to score 700 goals and a loss as the capitals were defeated by the devils by the final score 3 to 2 the devils Damon Severson scored the game winning goal on the power play with less than 2 minutes left in the game prevention is 40 second goal of the season tied the game 2 to 2 and came 4 minutes 50 seconds into the third some pretty good company so I'm happy to be there but again you know we I have to focus on different things and right now it's all set up important points for us into one of them being in the devil's got out to a 2 nothing lead on goals for Jesper Bratt and Wayne Simmons as New Jersey has won 3 out of the last 4 the capitals have dropped 4 consecutive games Mike Moriarty north New Jersey

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700 club: Capitals' Alex Ovechkin scores for milestone goal

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

700 club: Capitals' Alex Ovechkin scores for milestone goal

"Alexander Povetkin became the eighth player in NHL history to score seven hundred goals and a loss as the capitals were defeated by the devils by the final score three to two the devils Damon Severson scored the game winning goal on the power play with less than two minutes left in the game prevention is forty second goal of the season tied the game two to two and came four minutes fifty seconds into the third some pretty good company so I'm happy to be there but again you know we I have to focus on different things and right now it's all set up important points for us into one of them being in the devil's got out to a two nothing lead on goals for Jesper Bratt and Wayne Simmons as New Jersey has won three out of the last four the capitals have dropped four consecutive games Mike Moriarty north New Jersey

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"severson" Discussed on RSS News I O Podcast de Not�cias para Podcasters

RSS News I O Podcast de Not�cias para Podcasters

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"severson" Discussed on RSS News I O Podcast de Not�cias para Podcasters

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Intuitive Eating and Cultural Identity with Christyna Johnson, Health At Every Size Dietitian

Food Psych

09:20 min | 2 years ago

Intuitive Eating and Cultural Identity with Christyna Johnson, Health At Every Size Dietitian

"The question. It's from a listener named Jen and who writes Hi Christie. I'm up and down with eating struggles and I'm not sure how much of it is a lack of intuitive eating versus eating disorder related. I have a history of Anerexia UNBELIE MIA that I mostly recovered from. But I still have a bit of food obsession and body image issues that I'm holding onto it seems to go in phases a few you good weeks of feeling good and then back to it. I often find myself eating related to emotions frustration boredom etc and having a hard hard time listening to my body's cues hunger. I have a hard time saying no to myself. Even if I'm not hungry it feels more like my mind wants it than my body. I don't binged like I used to but I feel I am over eating and eating unnecessarily and trying to get satisfaction from it but often don't I often feel unsatisfied died despite allowing myself sweets regularly. I know in your podcast. You often emphasized to eat what you want but with my history. I don't know that I can trust my body's cues to do so as it often doesn't seem like a physical need for food. I'm wondering if you have any advice for me to deal with these urges. Do I need to pursue eating disorder help or intuitive. Who would've eating help? Thank you so much in advance Christie. I really appreciate any help. So thanks Jen for that. Great question and before. I answer just my standard disclaimer disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for informational and educational purposes only and our substitute for individual medical or mental health health advice so first of all I wanNA send you so much compassion because it sounds like you've been through a lot in your relationship with food. Sounds like you're still going through a lot lot in your relationship with food and you know Kudos to making it this far and recovery has it's no easy feat to get out of the depths of Anorexia and bulimia even even if you're still in this gray area early recovery. I think it's amazing that you are not as engaged in the eating disorder behaviors as it. Sounds like you used to be but that said it definitely sounds like you still have a ways to go and your recovery and specifically it sounds like you still have a lot of diet mentality or eating disorder mentality going on and really. They're kind of in the same. I would say the eating disorder mentality is sort of maybe sometimes a more amplified version of the Diet mentality but it all comes from the same place place which is internalized beliefs from diet culture about foods being good or bad or issues about weight feelings and thoughts about weight right beliefs that higher weights are bad and things like that. All of that is internalized. Dia Culture beliefs that you have made your own right. So that's that's what the Diet mentality. That's what the eating disorder mentality is. And that is really evident in some of the phrase. You used here and your question Mike when you say I have a hard time saying no to myself Alf. Even if I'm not hungry and I feel I am overeating and eating unnecessarily so it sounds like you're thinking that you should be eating less and you're policing facing the amounts you eat and you're perceived reasons for eating and that's very much a restrictive mindset. That's very much a diet mentality eating disorder mentality. I'll be mindset. The reality is there's no such thing as quote unquote eating unnecessarily right. If you're eating it's necessary. It's necessary because has especially in the case of recovery from disordered eating. Your body needs to learn to trust that you're not going to start it again and Jenn. It's likely that your body body really needs a lot of work on rebuilding that trust since you had anorexia and bulimia which are really severe violations of trust for your body. Those are in trauma to the body trauma to the brain. A real disconnection of that body. Trust that we're all born with and you know it takes you away from your intuitive relationship with food when you have a disorder anorexia Bulimia which is very harsh very driven by diet culture rules and beliefs and not at all intuitive intuitive not at all honoring the hunger and fullness and satisfaction cues that you were born with and that we all deserve to be able to honor so I would really encourage you to work on this mindset and stop seeing these urges to eat and this perceived eating in response to emotions as wrong or bad the way. I think you're seeing them now. I would encourage you to get help from a dietician who's versed in both eating disorders and intuitive eating and health at every size because I think you need all of that in order to recover I think you need probably definitely still some recovery from your eating disorder. It sounds like you still have some really restrictive thinking going on that you need to to be able to recover from. Maybe some restrictive behaviors as well. When you're talking about trying to get yourself to stop eating right but you also you know? It sounds like you need some help in tuning earning back into your cues and starting to trust those cues Allah intuitive eating so finding a provider who gets that and also gets the health at every size paradigm and is not going to shame you for if you're in a larger body size of your body or say anything that inadvertently makes you feel like you have to lose weight or anything like that. It's really important to find a Dietitian who gets gets all of those things. So you can check out Kristie Harrison dot com slash providers for my recommendations of providers who get it. These are people who've been on the PODCAST. Who who really understand the anti diet philosophy and who? I think. Have the best chance of being able to help you recover. Unfortunately there are still too many eating disorder providers Out there and even intuitive eating focus providers out there who are caught up in diet culture to varying degrees. So if you WANNA try to avoid that I think my shortlist list of providers who've been on the podcast is a great place to start because I try to vet everyone really thoroughly before I even invite them onto the show so you know at least I have a sense that they are pretty well versed in all of these ideas and these philosophies and they're not gonNA turn intuitive eating into a diet for you and they're probably gonNA call you Out For trying to join intuitive eating into a diet so Christie Harrison dot com slash providers is where to get that also as I shared a few episodes ago on the podcast in the listener. QNA for episode two. Oh nine with amy severson. Hunger doesn't always manifest as sensations in the stomach in fact far from it. So when you're judging yourself as quote unquote eating because you're not hungry. I don't think that really tells the whole story either. You likely are having non stomach. Sensations nations of hunger that you just aren't identifying such as thoughts of food difficulty concentrating anxiety. You know lots of other things. So check out that episode for a deeper dive into that where I talk about the non stomach signs of hunger and the sort of things that people overlook when they're trying to learn to honor their hunger you're that's at Christie Harrison Dot com slash two oh nine Christie Harrison dot com slash two. Oh nine or wherever. You're listening to this. You can just look for episode two. Oh nine so I hope that helps ups and just want to send you a lot of compassion and a lot of support in breaking free from these last vestiges of the Diet mentality these restrictive thoughts and beliefs. About how you're eating and just give you full unconditional permission to eat whenever you feel like eating for whatever reason because you deserve it. You don't have to second gase reasons for eating. You don't have to second guess whether it's really physical or emotional or mental. It doesn't matter those distinctions. Don't matter what matters is allowing yourself full unconditional permission to eat for any reason so that you can rebuild that trust with your body after having it so damaged and so broken by the anorexia Bulimia which are really really harmful to your relationship with food right. and your ability to eat intuitively so again. Thanks for that question Jen. And for those of you listening if you want to make your own question for a chance to have it answered on an upcoming episode go to Kristie Harrison dot com slash questions that's Christie Harrison dot COM com slash questions. And then if you want to ask me any question you want and have me answer it much more quickly than I can hear. That question was from over a year ago. You can can join my intuitive eating online course intuitive eating fundamentals the course has a wealth of audio and written content that teach you the principles of intuitive eating help you not turn intuitive eating into a diet and also do an exclusive monthly Q. and A. Podcast. Where you get to ask me anything you want and listened to hundreds of answers? I've given to other people already so that you can really work through all the sticking points in putting intuitive eating into practice in your life when you join you also get access to our private community MM unity forum which is exclusively for course participants. It's a wonderful place to go to get support from other people on this intuitive eating path and support forty charter. Answer each other's questions and just have a sense of solidarity as you go through this recovery from diet culture participant named Hester recently said. Thank you for all you do to support me and fellow participants in this fantastic course and another participant named Corinne said. I love how much this course has helped me. Cut Down on on the food chatter in my mind and has helped me make more room for the things that matter to me. Most like hobbies and family

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"severson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"severson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I really like my new Mike arm just now live at their right now. We're going to talk more about it. But we got headlines to fulfill what now. All the news, you would probably miss. It's time for data's quick. The Anna now sends their heartbeat abortion ban Bill to the governor's desk. Lawmakers voted yesterday to ban abortions wants a fetal heartbeat is detectable could happen. Six weeks into a pregnancy. Louisiana, joins Mississippi Ohio, Georgia, Kentucky Missouri which of all past so-called heartbeat bills this year. And the governor John Bel Edwards says he's going to sign this basically, you can fight me on it. I'm assign it. And that's pretty much it moving on down the line, this says, okay? No. What is wrath? This looks like a raccoon dog. I don't know what else. I don't know. How subscribing I saw this last night because someone's like you like dogs. You might like this thing, it, it's like a raccoon and decided to get really skinny like a weasel and then pretend to be a dog. I don't know how else to describe it. It's in Nottinghamshire Nottinghamshire in England residents being wound by police to be vigilant of animals that dug out of them closure on Tuesday, the raccoon dogs up potentially dangerous if. Are not domesticated said, not an police. They're known as ten Nukus, ten Nukus their members of the Canaan family, which includes dogs wolves they looked like dogs, but they're lying. There are found mostly in East Asia, western and northern Europe and they call them raccoon dogs for short, but I kid you not. I mean they look like a weasel record. I just sent you guys a picture like a weasel Coon got together in their line about being a big dog. Yeah. But well, it's like a weasel because if longer, but it's dog size, it's really creepy to me, but there was one of looking mean and I don't have nothing to do with that in my life. So no. Thank you know, thanks. Oh, we got more the real well, another religion of peace more religion of peace updates the London bridge terrorist Kirk coup ram, but last name is, but BT Mr. MRs butts son told friends, quote, we should get our free money that the government gives that's our money to attack the west to attack the British to attack the Americans. We should use their money to attack themselves. Basically, he's saying let's use welfare against the people giving us welfare. That's Mr. but the terrorist in Britain, the terrorist, but. Plano. They say opinions or like moving on. I'm being really good. So you know being very good. This is comes from ABC seven. A New Hampshire man is bitten by a rabid bat hiding in an ipad, eighty six year old ROY Severson is recovering after he was sitting by fat and his New Hampshire home. Severson told w in you are. He was sitting in his living room using his ipad. When he said it felt like a V sting. And I looked in the bat was coming out of here between the cover in the back of the pad. He said he'd tried to press down on the cover to keep the bat from flying away. He took it outside and set him free. But when it was there, the next day he was troubled who went to the hospital. It tested positive for rabies. He's goes, well, I'm glad I didn't decide to cuddle him. Yeah. We don't we don't need to cuddle that he actually said that real, quote,.

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"severson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"severson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Be vigil. Lint of animals that dug out of them closure on Tuesday, the raccoon dogs, potentially dangerous, if they are not domesticated said, Nottinghamshire, police, they're known as ten Nukus, ten Nukus their members of the Canaan family, which includes dogs and wolves they looked like dogs, but they're lying. There are found mostly in East Asia, western and northern Europe and they call them raccoon dogs for short, but I kid you not. I mean they look like like a weasel recognised just that you guys a picture like weasel raccoon got together in their line about being a big dog yet. But well, it's like a weasel because it's longer, but it's dog size. It's really creepy to me, but there was one of them look at me. And I just don't have nothing to do with that in my life. So no. Thank you know, thanks. Oh, we got more the real well, another religion of peace more religion of peace updates the London bridge terrorist Kirk coup ram, but last name is, but BT Mr. MRs butts son told friends, quote, we should get our free money that the government gives that's our money to attack the west to attack the British to attack the Americans. We should use their money to attack themselves. Basically, he's saying let's use welfare against the people giving us welfare. That's Mr. but the terrorist in Britain, the terrorist, but. Plano, what they say. Opinions are like moving on. I mean really good. So, you know, being very this is comes from ABC, seven, a New Hampshire man is bitten by a rabid bat hiding in an ipad, eighty six ROY Severson is recovering after he was bitten by fat and his New Hampshire. Home. Severson told w in you are. He was sitting in his living room using his ipad when he said it felt like a sting, and I looked at bat was coming out of here between the cover in the back of the pet. He said he tried to press down on the cover to keep the bat from flying.

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ROY Severson And New Hampshire discussed on Dana Loesch

Dana Loesch

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

ROY Severson And New Hampshire discussed on Dana Loesch

"A New Hampshire man is bitten by a rabid bat hiding in an ipad, eighty six ROY Severson is recovering after he was bitten by fat and his New Hampshire. Home. Severson told w in you are. He was sitting in his living room using his ipad when he said it felt like a sting, and I looked at bat was coming out of here between the cover in the back of the pet. He said he tried to press down on the cover to keep the bat from flying

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"severson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"severson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I really like my new Mike arm now live at their right now we're gonna talk more about it. But we got headlines to fulfill what? All the news, you would probably miss. It's time for Davis, quick. Louisiana now since their heartbeat abortion ban Bill to the governor's desk. Lawmakers voted yesterday to ban abortions wants if feel heartbeat is detectable could happen six weeks into a pregnancy. Louisiana, joins Mississippi Ohio, Georgia, Kentucky Missouri which of all past so-called heartbeat bills this year. And the governor John Bel Edwards says he's going to sign this basically, you can fight me on it. I'm a sign it. And that's pretty much it moving on down the line, this says, okay? No. What is this looks like a raccoon dog? I don't know what else. I don't know how subscribe it. I saw this last night because someone's like you like dogs. You might like this thing, it, it's like a raccoon and decided to get really skinny like a weasel and then pretend to be a dog. I don't know how else to describe it. It's in Nottinghamshire Nottinghamshire in England residents have being wound by police to be vigilant of animals that dug out of them closure on Tuesday, the raccoon dogs up potentially dangerous if. Are not domesticated said Nottinghamshire police. They're known as ten Nukus, ten Nukus their members of the Kane family, which includes dogs and wolves they looked like dogs, but they're lying. There are found mostly in East Asia, western and northern Europe and they call them raccoon dogs for short, but I kid you not. I mean they look like like a weasel record. I just sent you a picture like a weasel raccoon got together in their line about being adopted a raccoon face. Big dog. But well, it's like a weasel because it's longer, but it's dog size. It's really creepy to me, but there was one of them look mean. And I just don't have nothing to do with that in my life. So no. Thank you know. Thanks. Oh, we got more the real well, another religion of peace more religion of peace updates the London bridge terrorist Kirk coup ram, but his last name is, but BT Mr. MRs butts son told friends, quote, we should get our free money that the government gives that's our money to attack the west to attack the British to attack the Americans. We should use their money to attack themselves. Basically, he's saying let's use welfare against the people giving us welfare. That's Mr. but the terrorist in Britain, the terrorist, but. Uh-huh. Plano, what they say. Opinions are like moving on. I'm being really good this. So you know being very good. This is comes from ABC seven. A New Hampshire man is bitten by a rabid back hiding in an ipad, eighty six year old ROY Severson is recovering after he was bitten by a bat in his New Hampshire. Home Severson told w in you are. He was sitting in his living room using his ipad when he said, it felt like a bee sting, and I looked in the bat was coming out of here between the cover and the back of the pad. He said he'd tried to press down on the cover to keep the bat from flying away. He took it outside and set him free. But when it was there, the next day he was troubled. He went to the hospital. It tested positive for rabies. He's goes, well, I'm glad I didn't decided to cuddle him. Yeah. We don't we don't need to cuddle bat. He actually said that real, quote, stay with us. Don Davis,.

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"severson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"severson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Be vigilant of animals that dug out of them closure on Tuesday, the raccoon dogs up potentially dangerous, if they are not domesticated said, Nottinghamshire, police, they're known as canoe Nukus, ten Nukus, their members of the Kane family, which includes dogs and wolves they looked like dogs, but they're lying. There are found mostly in East Asia, western and northern Europe and they call them raccoon dogs for short, but I kid you not. I mean they look like like a weasel erect Coon. I just sent you guys a picture like a weasel in a raccoon got together in their line about being a dog record big dog. Yeah. But well, it's like a weasel because it's longer, but it's dog size. It's really creepy to me, but there was one of look and mean, and I just don't have nothing to do with that in my life. So no. Thank you know. Thanks. Oh, we got more the real well, another religion of peace more religion of peace updates the London bridge terrorist Kirk coup ram, but last name is, but UT Mr. MRs butts son told friends, quote, we should get our free money that the government gives that's our money to attack the west to attack the British to attack the Americans. We should use their money to attack themselves. Basically, he's saying let's use welfare against the people giving us welfare. That's Mr. but the terrorist in Britain, the terrorist, but. Well, you know what they say opinions are like moving on. I'm being really good. So you know being very good. This is comes from ABC seven. A New Hampshire man is bitten by a rabid bat hiding in an ipad, eighty six year old ROY Severson is recovering after he was bitten by a bat in his New Hampshire home Severson toll w in you are. He was sitting in his living room using his ipad. When he said it felt like a beast ING, and I looked in the bat was coming out of here between the cover on the back of the ped-. He said he'd tried to press down on the cover to keep the bat from flying away. He took it outside and set him free. But when it was there, the next day he was troubled who went to the hospital. It tested positive for rabies. He's goes, well, I'm glad I didn't decided to cuddle him. Yeah. We don't we don't need a cuddle bet that real, quote,.

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"severson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"severson" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Well Blake is. It's like I gave those examples a little earlier, you're the market some crashing for, for most people over six hundred points down, you know, in, in the first half of day and for most people they would call that horrible day in the markets. Just used that example that trading just one contract of the S and P five hundred one contract of the NASDAQ and one standard lot in the forex market, you know, works out to be upwards of eleven thousand dollars. But you know what? That's not the that's not just the end. It's like okay, well, I'm going to throw my monies, and the, in the NASDAQ and the s&p in four x. No, it's you gotta have the proper knowledge and you've got to develop the proper skill. What does that mean what you've got to understand where to get in where to get out? And how to minimize your losses because what happens if the market turns against you, you don't wanna blow your account. You don't wanna lose thousands of dollars or hundreds of dollars. So you gotta know where to get in where to get out. And with you were wrong in the market turns against you because none of us are smarter than the market. We just follow it. We just know how to how to follow the market by reading the proper charts and gaining the proper knowledge and and building on the proper skill. But when those markets do go against you, you gotta be able to lose small and lose quickly. You're out of that trade. You're not going to write it down. You know, unfortunately, like most people they just buy hold. And whatever the market does with their accounts off it goes up. That's awesome off a goes down. Well, I guess that's just part of the market's no, you've got to be in control of your own monies, and no one's gonna care more about your money than you. Absolutely. And, you know, like you said, you know, it's all about making money, but you also need to know when you're wrong, and how to get out very quickly. All right. You need to lose quickly and need lose fast. And you need to lose small, and we start most students often the same ING income plan. You know, risking twenty five bucks to make a hundred bucks. All right. Might not sound like a lot of money, but you gotta get started somewhere. And then you just add zeros Severson twenty five to make one hundred you risks to fifty to make a thousand and listeners you could do this on trade basis on a daily basis on a weekly basis on a monthly basis, you know, you've got to figure out what style of trading or investing is best for you. But I find you know, most novices out there. You know, they open up an account and their biggest fear is losing money and don't get me wrong. A losing his party, the game of trading. You know if anyone ever tells you there, right? All the time run run the opposite direction. All right. I have lost. But every trait I put on I know the outcome of every trait, I ever put on and that comes down to having a plan and having. The rules and a lot of people out there. They don't have a plan. They don't have rules that lead to a least you making bad decisions. I mean listeners thing about like this, you know, whether it's retirement accounts, trading accounts, you know if you never had a big loss before the markets. You know where ridge your accounts beat today? If you never had a year, two thousand even ever had a year, two thousand eight even ever Enron you know where your counts be today? He's huge losses that'll kill you..

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"severson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"severson" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"He's in his mid thirties. He's thirty six or something like that. This is a different story and what we see over and over again in veteran players who get an injury. If they come back with any hint of residual. They will now hurt something else. These Nash we can go down pow Saul. If you don't come back, if if you come back to soon as a veteran player younger players can come back right away. But that's why you got to take your sweet time because you're a setup now for now hurting something else, and this is an injury without contacting. Lebron James, I believe it absolutely created a psychological thing. And he's so amazing. He's going to be able to prove everybody wrong. But I'm sure he's thinking about it because this is a different kind of injury than when you are youngster. So you mentioned the injury. But now as we look forward, we're not necessarily sure if it's at one hundred percent right now, and we know that his playoff recipient activated. So you put those two things together. He's maybe not potentially one hundred percent, and he has to go five hundred percents to the playoffs. How much concerned do you have about his health? The only thing you can say in my opinion. Valla Bron James is there is no doctor. There is no trainer. Nobody knows how their body works better than him. He really is. And some patients are completely out of touch with how their own body works, and that could be good or bad, usually, it's bad. But LeBron James is a master of how his body works. And you've got to trust them. He knows how many minutes his restrictions should be. He knows what he needs to do probably better than most. Kobe. Bryant was amazing and being able to compartmentalize he was like a warrior in a battle where you know, your arm just got blown off, and he can still be in battle because he can look at his aren't being blown off and go, okay. At least I'm still alive. He had the ability to compartmentalize injuries go back and play he shot two free throws with a completely torn achilles. Tendon remember Mariel charmless stores. Achilles tendon and what what happened him their athletes are different in terms of their mental makeup. And I think LeBron James is as tough as Kobe Inara guard big Baby, Doc. All right. What are you gonna? We gotta who got on the Saturday. Doc, this Saturday is going to be unbelievable. I have a woman whose an engineer at based out of Colorado who has revolutionized the world of making a cast. She uses three D printing. So that these cats are now waterproof, you can have a broken wrist and still get into the ocean or get into a pool. It's really amazing what she's done. So my whole show is going to be about waterproofing so in art the biggest three or the earliest surf filmmakers. John Severson, Bruce Brown and bud Brown. Wait till you his soundbites of the very first time, they created their own waterproof cameras to film in the ocean in nineteen forties and fifties. And when I see water and then the challenges of water in art in sports for me. It's hula dancing, and we'll get into it. This Saturday be a great show. Exactly what I thought..

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"severson" Discussed on Invention

Invention

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"severson" Discussed on Invention

"Now, of course today we also have digital saxophonists such as one model. I was looking at the Roland a E Tingey digital saxophone which actually utilizes both accurate fingering and a breadth censor this in a so the idea, here's you'd be you get this instrument, and you can play the saxophone with headphones on that are in that are hooked up to the instrument itself. Oh, I see. So it looks it looks like a rather interesting piece of technology. And this is not a toy. This is a high priced item talking about you can find plenty of videos of people demonstrating them online. And of course, this is in addition to synthetic sack sounds that one might produce synthesizer. Now, we're talking about like high-tech upgrades to the saxophone. But it goes in the other direction too, doesn't it? Oh, yeah. Now, remember, yeah. Remember, the fact that sax's original saxophone wasn't brass. But would well you find. The bamboo variations of the saxophone have popped up in parts of the world where the saxes influence was felt the materials or funds prevented everyone from from grabbing horn. And it's not just saxophone. You also find you. You know, wouldn tubas wooden trumpets, etc. And there are several examples of of this at the musical instrument museum in Phoenix. Now, it's easy to think of these just mere, you know, crude replicas of the saxophone itself or whatever horned their their their modelled on. But there's actually one called the the Maui Zaphon that has actually picked up quite a following all its own. And and I actually looked up some videos of individuals playing this and it can sound quite good and proper hands. It's essentially just a small wooden saxophone doesn't quite look like a saxophone kind of looks more like a clarinet, but it has kind of a saxophone sound to it. At least when the individuals testing it out. We're playing it. You know, one of the things we've talked about some time a few times on stuff to blow your mind is the idea of sort of like expanding our? Sell our self image of the schema of the body to include tools that we use a lot and really start to incorporate into the self. So like if you use a tool enough, you find ways to start to think of it almost as a part of your own body. You think about it the same way you'd think of your hands or your feet, and I wonder if the same thing happens with people who use musical instruments enough, I would imagine. So, yeah, I, you know, I remember hearing like an interview with who's a doc Severson. There's the tonight show back in the day. He's talking about just how you know professional trumpet here. Like, how often they practice, and it's like, there's an intimacy with it that they'll only they are privy to talking about if they skip the, you know, if they skip a practice, they skip a day of playing it you get into the zone where no one else can notice that you haven't practiced. But you notice it like, there's an, you know, just part of the intimacy with the tool. And then when you get into the the neurological zone to it's interesting sort of tease apart like where where does the instrumentation really take place in the brain. There's a there's a fascinating study that came out in thousand seventeen concerning a music teacher by the name of Dan Fabio who had a brain tumor removed from part of the brain associated with music, and the physicians involved here they actually had him play his saxophone during part of the procedure. How can you do that? Well, it was apparently quite challenging for two main reasons. So first of all he was on his side during the procedure, and then also deep breathing. As is typical. For many sacks numbers. They were concerned that it might cause his exposed brain to essentially protrude from his skull. What which is of the ally that that alone?.

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"severson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"severson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And tear caused wafted above various parts of the French capital. Please nearly invisible. At the start of the demonstration front and center says deviated from an officially approved. Boats patrolled the river while the motorcycles. And the car was on fire on the left banks say they March on the eighth consecutive protests have been declared in advance and in contrast to some illegal December demonstrations, the degenerated into vandalism looting and chaos. I'm shocked. For the first time in its history. The US Marine Corps is integrating men and women during boot camp ABC's Chuck Severson with the story. Unlike the other services, the Marine Corps has not fully integrated women and men during recruit training changes this weekend at the marine training facility at Parris island, South Carolina. We're usually the first three battalions are all male the fourth all-female, Saturday training cycle starts with one female platoon and five male platoons says the Marine Corps in a statement. While the change is not permanent, a Marine Corps spokesman tells ABC news that the service we'll see how it goes in the marines have the lowest percentage of female troops among the armed services. They decided to incorporate the women because the recruiting classes are typically much smaller in the winter months. WBZ newsradio. WBZ is Quincy NewsRadio. WBZ NewsRadio always live always tell. WBZ? Boston's newsradio. WBZ news time five fifty three time for traffic.

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