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DNA Today

05:51 min | 3 months ago

"today" Discussed on DNA Today

"We are so passionate about educating the world about genetics, and it's you that keeps us going, gives us fuel to be able to keep doing this. I am humbled by your support and honor to be in this role now for ten years. So I'm already looking forward to the next decade of DNA today in all the things that will change in genetics in these next ten years. But before we get into that, let's reflect on the last ten years. My name is corinne merlino, and I'm the communications lead at DNA today. My favorite episodes come from the fertility series that was released in the spring of 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. I was stuck at home and started listening to the podcast and then started working with the podcast shortly after that. So those episodes always held a special place in my heart. And I love listening to DNA today because it gives me the ability to explore all different topics in the areas of genetics and public health. All from the comfort of my headphones. My name is Sophia solid you know, and I launched DNA today's YouTube channel, starting with our lesson episodes and continuing with more recent shows so that you can enjoy them on YouTube as well as podcast players. My favorite series was infertility, particularly episode 123 where doctor Cara Goldman explained fertility testing and some causes of infertility. DNA today contributes to the science medicine genetics and podcasts in communities by creating interesting accessible content thoughtfully packed into themed episodes so that listeners can choose topics that peak their interest. Congratulations to DNA today on these milestones. In couples with recurrent miscarriage, one of the first parts of that workup is looking at a parental karyotype for both partners looking for balanced translocations. And that's a particularly tough diagnosis. It's very reassuring to patients to have a diagnosis and have an explanation for their recurrent losses. And I think it helps the patients understand that there is no blame. It takes a lot of persistence and often many IVF cycles to achieve euploid chromosomes in their embryos. So it often can be a long road to get to a euploid embryo, but there is absolutely an answer for those patients. Hey, this is Australia. I'm a prenatal genetic counselor at a high risk pregnancy center. I made my DNA today debut, discussing genetic counseling match day and how to prepare for graduate school.

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DNA Today

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"today" Discussed on DNA Today

"How is it that we find ourselves surrounded by such complexity? Such elements. The genes of you and me. And they're all made of DNA. We're all made of the same chemical being we're all made of being a heartbeat. Hi, you're listening to DNA today, a podcast and radio show where we discover new advances in the world of genetics. From genetic technology like CRISPR, to rare diseases, to new research. We have you covered. For a decade, DNA today has brought you the voices of leaders in genetics. I'm cured, I'm a certified genetic counselor and your host. This is

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

Gospel Today

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

"Discipleship is only about the sunday morning service were really not doing discipleship. Like god wants us to do so. In this book called growing up by robbie gallotti gallotti. He talks about doing discipleship in smaller accountability. Type groups these are groups of three to five people and these groups are also designed to be temporary and so there will be groups of three to five people they So some of the differences. I guess between. Let's just say small group bible study which is also good in their useful. The small group bible study. You'd have men who have women You could have ten twelve fifteen or even more people sometimes a small group bible study. And that's great that's great time for fellowship on a bit of a closer level. Then maybe you get in a church service where you might have eighty people or one hundred people or several hundred people but as we look at the life of christ we find that christ He preached to the masses. Then he reached his seventy disciples and then he especially cultivated that relationship with those twelve but he also had sort of the inner circle and with that inner circle of james. John peter he he was he was much more intense. I guess you could say intentional. And and he. He really focused on his relationship with them. And so this book is really about that. Inner circle having a few people that you are intensely working in a discipleship relationship with and so the idea is that you would have this group for nine to ten months and then you would break it. And they'd have those people go out and and start their own small groups and so it's it's a model. I think that is is useful. It's not answering every single question about discipleship because of course we do still need preaching do still need sunday morning services Small groups and things like that. But i think that it is answering a large need in that We often don't have the type of discipleship that really connects with some of the deeper issues in our life because we managed to sort of keep a distance and and what i found especially the last couple of years is that is so important to do discipleship into vandalism on that deeper personal level. Where oftentimes you're trying to gather crowd. And i find that that often i needed to stop gathering the crowd and focus on one or two or three individuals so this book just got a printed. I think last week week before and we are planning some seminars and conferences on that now We're planning to do one in kiev one in eastern ukraine and one here in southern ukraine. Odessa appreciate your prayers concerning that got give us opportunities and that we could really see discipleship movement start out in churches. In fact and one of the aspects of these groups they're supposed to be evangelistic that mean is they are accountable about evangelism. Who did you share the gospel. That's one of the things that we do in the group who'd you share the gospel with last week..

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"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

Gospel Today

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

"One to the one to god the father and that is all jesus christ prayed to god. The father the apostles prayed to god the father. We may also pray. Four other people to god the father but there is no no scriptural examples of prayer for the dead or prayer to the dead and i think it is a practice that has probably came over from paganism because most pagan religions review the dead revere dead ancestors and especially in eastern cultures which ukraine russia are much more eastern We see that reverence of the dead and prayer to the dead is a very common but on biblical thing and so. I think it's so important that we make it clear that as we pray we pray only to god the father. We don't even pray to mary. It's another subject right and and we pray only for those who are living. Now i wanna share with you also about this book. And here's the thing we need to be involved in helping people who are still alive to get into heaven and unfortunately those who are no longer alive. There's nothing we can do to help them. So that's why it's so important. And and when we start focusing all of our attention on praying for in pain for the salvation. Those who've already died. I think that we just lose out on the opportunity to pray for and share the gospel with those who are still alive and so. I think that that's where this book comes in. This isn't really a gospel book. I mean it's not on evangelism but it is on Discipleship and i would say that it is also very important for evangelism. Because what i found. Is that when you have okay. Would you have evangelism without discipleship if eventually becomes weak and the church becomes weak and the church that does well in discipleship creates a foundation for evangelism. As so. that's one of the reasons why in our center called blog today which is called which means evangelism. Today we focus on two aspects evangelism discipleship because we have to have both of those things. Like i often say is the two legs of the church and so one of the reasons why we ended up printing this book. In fact you can find this. I'll put a link to the english version of growing up one of the reasons why we decided to print. This book was because we felt like there was a lack of personal discipleship and a lack of understanding personal discipleship in the churches. And in my experience i found that we tend in our churches to lean towards well. Everything's about the sunday morning service. In and of course that is a very important time but if we that.

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"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

Gospel Today

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

"It has all these little things of it looks like sand grain granules of seeing or something what it is is like like the ground of bones or something like that of some saint underneath or maybe a little piece of hair of some saint that passed away people. Come they kiss it. They prayed to those things. Well we came out of there. We ended up meeting. The girls and our our student from columbia walked around winning other catacombs which are actually more extensive. But there's a lot more people there who went in there with them. Walked around a little bit Kinda got lost actually got turned around and then realized who at one point we. We've already been to the spot before came out of there. And then those saturday so they had their saturday evening service and so we decided to go to the main church. They're just going tend the service and so of course we went in to the the cathedral or really you know what they call it. In russia's it's a temple caso went into cram cram the temple and we came into the temple and they have a area with icons and stuff before you get to that they have little papers they have a sheet and i did take a picture of any of this because they really don't want you taking your camera out there taking your phone out and taking pictures and so i wanted to respect that. But they have a sheet in it tells you how much prayers cost and so we look to the sheet. How much pare costs. How much it cost to liturgy. And these are all prayers for four the dead and so what they will do is in especially the older women. The didn't do this salat. Take these little sheets paper. The ride on the names of their relatives their family members who passed away then. They put an envelope that puts money in it and they put it in the box. And so you can pay to have your dead friend relative. Pray for once to have them prayed for. I think it was for.

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Gospel Today

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

"That go down down down down and so it said these are for prayer only so i thought well i can pray. Why not go down there. And we can pray so. I said nicholas look. There's the entrance to the caves. She'll go down okay so we started going down the stairs and they have to understand very steep stairs and you're basically in this very enclosed space literally about about like this okay Some places you can have to put your head down a little bit and you go down down down and there's another fight going down so we're going down pretty pretty steep pretty far and start feeling. A little claustrophobic honestly knew how far down you are. And having these these walls right next year in fact as they got down to the bottom of the stairs the the tunnel was so narrow. I had to go like this to get through because my shoulders were just a little bit too wide. I think the monks back then were smaller than than most people. Today i think and so we got down there and then of course as soon as you get down there turn the corner in the catacombs and there is a coffin all the coffins have glass tops on them. And you are. You're standing right next to because the keep is only about this wide and thankfully like i said those those guys that live seven hundred years ago. We're not very big. So their coffins are not very big. She can just kinda barely ski by their coffins. But it got down there. And i realized i didn't buy candle is he. You're supposed to buy candles. Always down there candle especially you to hold your candle. And i didn't even think about it and they do not have a single electric light in these keys. Only thing that lights is candles will thankfully they had some candles in there. Every coffin that we passed had two or three candles and only place that there was any candles they were just sitting there were where the coffins were. She could kind of make your way through the caves by the coffins and we got down there and of course nicholas who's eleven he turned to me I'm scared can..

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"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

Gospel Today

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

"Praying for the dead actual more about praying for the dead awesome about pre with the so. We're gonna talk about prayer and the debt. And the reason that i wanted to bring this subject up was because we just got back from a trip to you we were there for about four days took the whole family. They had a few days off from school and we visited one of the main sites for the orthodox church here in ukraine called hugh pitcher style lava this is sort of the birthplace of orthodoxy of ukrainian russian orthodoxy from a thousand years ago so extremely historic place for ukraine and for the orthodox church and there was a lot of praying with the dead there. So.

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Gospel Today

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

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"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

Gospel Today

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

"But i think that it does point to a deeper problem and that is that we tend to focus on all these sort of outward issues forgetting that the most important thing that we need to focus on is what i say over and over and over again is just two things. It is evangelism discipleship. Let that be the dna of your church. Because that's the the decry scape right. Great commission go. Nate disciple evangelism discipleship. Teaching them to do all it is teaching. It is fellowship service. That's the dna has to be the da every single church so i think that we can take a good lesson from this in maybe focused less on church style design design of a name and kind of dna that we're going to force upon a church and just focus on this thing. That christ has called us to our friends. That is it for this episode of the gospel today. Hope that you were blessed by if you were let me know something comets a note and questions always would love to hear go to super family dot org slash asked and of course as always. We appreciate your support. We are here in ukraine because this port of many of our brothers and sisters in christ we want to say. Thank you for that. And you'd like to join team really blessed and grateful or is going to try and keep doing all that we can.

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Gospel Today

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

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"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

Gospel Today

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

"Last week i had the opportunity of going to western ukraine. You know I have not traveled a lot since we got back. Because we've only been back for what just over a month now right so. This is my first trip since we got back to ukraine last month and we were invited to ship which is a town in western ukraine and there is a center there that does outreach primarily with gypsies. We have a lot of gypsies in ukraine. We have a lot in in odessa's well but this town is about a ten eleven hour train ride from from odessa. so passer union. I went and we train the team. That does outreach. Did you average two children and two women especially also do a special service for gypsies. On thursdays we got to take part in that service. What a blessing that was. I always really enjoy training people. When i know that they are active in doing ministry evangelism and that was very evident in this training. They had good questions. Stayed right with us for two days. We focused on these important issues of how to share the gospel effectively and in fact so the sister that runs that outreach. Name is nina. She's going to be coming down to this sunday. She's going to be at our church going to be talking about her ministry there as well so that was a real blessing to be a part of that and then yesterday in fact we have our women's center here in odessa is run by our cauley cawley freezing and one of the things that they do is they have a few volunteers that will go to churches and speak to youth about abstinence sexual purity and those kinds of issues and they have noticed that they have been finding more and more that the youth are asking questions about homosexuality about Lgbt issues and they don't have the at this point they didn't have anything in their material that actually addresses lgbt issues. And so they invited me to come and teach to some of their teeth. Some of their their teachers who lead these little seminars and help them find a good way to in em- put some of this into their material so i did that last night. Talk about i guess about two and a half hours maybe of some very good discussion. I tell you whenever we talk about these issues homosexuality transgenderism. It always brings some lively discussion and it did last night too. And these were people who are church members and working within the church but we need to talk about them and so. That's why i want to talk about them with you as well today. So those were two recent ministry things that that i did also want to mention. Our russian club is starting a week from tomorrow. Actually on saturday the twenty fifth so appreciate your prayers about that. Christine has been very busy with her ministries. I need to get her on the podcast on the video again to talk about some of those things yesterday in fact issues here. The office with me shoes counseling one for one for women that she counselors his five women that she counsels on a regular basis. Now so really appreciate your prayers for christina as she is working with these women helping understand what it means to be a christian and some of these women are are not believers in christ and some of them are and what it means to be. A christian wife with the bible says about being a christian wife and a christian mother so lot of lot of things that go into that and and in some of these instances christine are working together like with husband and wife. And i just have to say that. I i enjoyed doing that. I'm glad especially. When i see somebody's listening to things that were showing them from god's word but at the same time you know it can also be a kind of a weight on your soul because you see that there are people that just make decisions that are not in line. With god's word so pray that god will give hurt and us spiritual strength and encouragement to continue and to help people to make decisions in their marriages and their families that would bring honor and glory. God other than that things are going. Well the kids are in school and so we're little bit more tired than usual. Still getting used to that school schedule but praise god that everyone is. Everyone is healthy. And we're continuing on in ministry here so far. No more like big outbreaks of cuvette here in ukraine. I think everybody already had it. So i guess we can praise god for that right. Okay so let's talk about some of these issues and the first one i want to talk about is trans transgender vocabulary. Okay what. I find very interesting. Is that when you start getting into talking with some of these people who are transgendered. Actually recently i spent way too much time looking at some videos of people. Basically testimonies of people who have transitioned from male. The female or female the male medically or socially so medically is obviously when they get some surgeries done to make to modify the bodies. They will sort of look alike the gender that they are not or socially which is just to sort of jess and act in a way that is not your gender and so i've been watching some of these videos and what i find is that there's some very interesting vocabulary and common things that nearly all transgender people say so let me mention a couple of them one was that many of them say i always just felt like there was something missing. There's something not right. There's something something missing or some. I just feel like i was born in with something wrong was born in the wrong body. The many many of them feel that there was something wrong with them from birth. Okay and and it just some of the minimum. I was never happy. I never experienced joy and there was just something wrong. Some of them say that there was just this great. Wait just felt like this. Great way was on me all the time i was living in this fog and and nothing was clear and nothing was right. And just it's interesting all of these statements of just generally speaking showing that there is just something greatly wrong. Okay and then on the other side of it when they talk about the transitioning aspect of it as as washington's video road down so this things that i was hearing many of these videos and and so there was the offer say i finally felt free. Like when i transitioned some of them talk about how just counting down the days until i could finally start taking hormones or have that sex change surgery and many of them they mark that day on the calendar of could this is a significant day for me because it was a. I was finally free. That i could finally be myself that it can finally some talk about. I never experienced joy and it was only after my transition. That i could finally be happy. I could finally feel joy now. What is interesting about all of these things..

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"today" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

3D Printing Today

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"It every now and then got tolerance. But this this this is in the formulation of the material. The cia. the heat properties are changing the length of film. It's just not consistent. It's not reliable on. This is really bad stuff. And i got i got an al wonder about every school comes out of this company. A how to china. Now i i. I've seen others out there. That are made by different company a. l. e. n. how would you print 'em lion m leon okay. They're sold on amazon. I've got a couple of schools from them and though seem a bit more reliable. But you know what in a nutshell we're going to retract. The positive reviews we gave about these shiny metallic. Pla's the silks and instead we want to warn you out there that at this point in they're not reliable there. I mean like if i was to go out and buy some black 'field lay off of amazon. It's going to be pretty reliable on fire right around twenty to thirty bucks. The stuff's going to be fine. I i i've been able to find stuff really easily. Not so with these e. silks europe. It's kind of crap. Unfortunately yeah well it kind of makes sense that they're kind of the new thing right. The the non silk. Pla's just the regular stock run of the mill semigloss. Pla that market has really shaken out. You know the the ones that were selling know bad stuff on amazon. The reviews process care of them and they had to change the name of their company to continue selling product and when they relaunched or whatever they worked out what all the qc problems were and and now pretty much. All of this stuff you get on there is fairly reliable but the silk stuff is you know. There's a novelty of just being the new thing. It's differentiated it's different. It's something that you know. Nobody else had a year ago today. I'm until we see reliable formulations. You're you're it's a crapshoot in our and and watch out for this particular color it's a white pearl iridescent and i would say in a nutshell no don't don't don't buy in. Every color is going to be different. Every colors a different formulation. So you can't predict from one to another. And i now imagine the rainbow the rainbow silks. You could be halfway through a print and it's gonna change color that may have a completely different temperature quality too. You can do about it but you know just the way that you know over the past four five years. The regular a market has shaken out. This one will too eventually. I hope you're right quality. We'll get there either. That or like the translucence they're going to disappear. Oh that's possible too. Yeah but i always thought that the translucence were were just because they didn't know how to put enough pigment into the pla in the early days. I didn't think translucence were. You can still get them translate the translucence they were out there..

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Gospel Today

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Gospel Today

"Wars. We've left. The united states is left afghanistan. Soviet union was there for ten years From i think about nine hundred seventy nine till nineteen eighty eight somewhere around there. They left we came by ten years later. We were there for twenty years. We left now. The taliban is in control. And i'm not saying that. That's a good thing i really don't think it is a good thing. I think there's a lot of difficulties of the people in afghanistan going to be going through now because of that but looking at it from biblical perspective. We should not be surprised by this. There will be wars. The world is not getting better secondly as we look at this with a biblical perspective. I think that we need to remind ourselves that. Us democracy in political ideas can't save the world. And i'm not getting. I'm not saying that the us should have in different political system or the democracies terrible or something like that. I'm just saying it can't save the world. it is not the ultimate solution to evil. And so when you have evil in place we can't expect to just put on top of that some sort of a system of government and then put it into play and say okay. Everything's going to be good now because we have not eradicated. Evil evil is not is inherently not a political system. It is it is part of the heart of man and so without the regenerating effects of the gospel. What we see is that all political systems will eventually become corrupted and used for evil purposes even democracy. Okay and i sure we can find many examples in the united states now or people hughes democracy for some sort of evil purposes again. I'm not saying that the democracy is a bad system. I think it's a good system. Okay but we have to understand its role. Okay so where you have like in the united states we have a strong biblical foundation. And you had a strong christian foundation and then put democracy on top of that. It's gonna beautiful. But i would even that where you have a strong christian value system and belief as a foundation for a country that you could take other systems of government and put it on there and it would probably still work pretty well because underneath it. You have people that are honest. That are hard working caring for each other. That are loving their neighbors. That are taking care of each other. And that provides the foundation for to keep it to keep it going so again let. Let's look at some scripture here. I would put here some forty six versus three through six. Which simply says do not put your trust in princes in human beings who cannot save when there's spirit departs. They returned to the ground on that very day. Their plans come to nothing. Blessed are those whose help is in the god of jacob whose hope is in the lord their god he's the maker of heaven and earth the sea and everything in them. He remains faithful forever. Well that is set so needed for us today as we look at the political system in the us. Is we look at the political system in afghanistan as i look at the political system in ukraine or whatever country. You may be in remember this. Let's not put our trust and princes that doesn't mean we shouldn't participate in elections and things like that. Yes let let's do that. Let's try to have somebody that is going to uphold righteousness injustice in those places but ultimately. Let's put our trust in god. He is the one who can provide true change in the hearts of people and then also own a mission here that i think of that. Dennis prager said recently. I would suggest for you to watch to try and put a link there in the podcast notes or in the video description but something. Dennis prager said recently. I watched his one of his fireside chats and he was actually against pulling out of afghanistan and he said that listen to up this is very heavy paraphrase but something that uphold justice and peace and do the right thing thing he said this. There should be no time limits on doing the right thing. Okay because the argument for why the us pull out was been there twenty years so well. So what is the right thing. It's the right thing and as believers in jesus christ. That is something that i think is so important for us to remember because we're so tempted to make decisions based upon the immediacy of whatever it is that we want but the whole asked the whole aspect of the gospel. The gospel is about making a statement of belief and bleeding in something. That is right because it is right. Even though it's not going to get you what you let's say you want immediately. What i mean by. That is what. Peter says. That the in first peter that god is holding that the salvation forced completion of our salvation force in heaven. So wouldn't put our faith in christ now we don't necessarily get heaven right. We don't get having. We have to wait for it but we do it. Because it's right we believe because it's right because it's true and so this kind of this principle applies to things like afghanistan. If it's a right thing to do that we should do it. Even if we don't necessarily get the results that we want because it's a right thing to do and that is so so important for us to remember as believers that we do the right thing not because it gives us what gets what we want. Not because it's it. It's fun or interesting because right and god said it's right and so we can apply the afghanistan to okay and i just a final thought on afghanistan. And that is i. Don't think that we should just throw our hands up as believers and say well afghanistan is not our country so whatever happens in afghanistan happens in afghanistan. I'm not gonna worry about it. Because there's nothing i can do first of all as believers were not isolationist. Okay we care about the nations of the world. We deeply care about the nations of the world because we want them to know christ and we want them to worship christ and so we know. Throw our hands up and just said well whatever happens there happens there What can we actually do as believers of course we can pray. We should pray. Our church has been praying for afghanistan. And i think that there are some practical things now that we can do. I heard recently. That ukraine is actually accepting afghan refugees. Maybe in your city in your area. They're accepting afghan refugees. Is there any way you can help. You can show them the love of christ and then of course we need to think about our brothers and sisters in christ where left in afghanistan. What kind of help might they need. How can we pray for. How can we maybe support them. What can we do and again. I don't have all the answers to this. I will put a link into to our mission and some things are mission insane ways. Our mission gives to help. Maybe that would be something that you can do. But let's think practically about how we can use this for for the good of the god of sorry the good of the gospel.

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Trapping Today

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

"Two to a site i mean every single one of those is no longer in existence today and the reason is people get excited. I've done this with other businesses. That i've started and and ideas that that never really panned out People got started. They put a bunch of time and effort into it. They weren't seeing the results that they necessarily needed to keep them going. They had other ideas. It wasn't a quick burst of success. Like they expected they hit something called the dip. The dip is where the newness the excitement the motivation wears off and Vast majority of people quit during the dip in order to be successful. If you look back in. Seth talks about all successful businesses and companies that have been have met with some incredible success almost invariably those have been companies and individuals who have pushed through the dep recognizing that there is huge potential on the other side. And the reason there's so much potential on the other side is because the dipa so hard and the dip kind of filters out all the people that weren't willing to work and push through the debt When you get to the other side you pretty much. The only one left standing because everybody else tried and went through tough times and didn't want to continue. They either lost interest. They got bored or they realized they weren't good enough. A lot of people just aren't skilled enough To be to be the best in in their particular area of interest People dropped out. And then when you get the other side you're the only one left. That's that's still cranking along whether it's developing a product Sales a website podcast of business company. whatever When you make on the other side of the dip there can be huge award there. The interesting thing though I kind of i. I always paid attention to that. First description of the depth in the concept of pushing through and knowing that there is a reward on the other.

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"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on Trapping Today

"A very you low middle of the road business podcast because those audiences are so much different so much broader So you have to be be realistic on what you can. You can really achieve. And so that is. Those are some of the things that i've been thinking about. Things have been bouncing around in my head recently about you know what is the market here. Where is my podcast in three. And a half years. How has it been growing in. Ms satisfied with that and You know if. I look at what i'm making for the time i put into it Dollars per hour very satisfied with that. But that that doesn't necessarily motivate me that much. I i have plenty of jobs. I don't really want another job And if you just use money you know. What am i making off of this to determine your success than You've just created another job for yourself and you are essentially You've given yourself a boss. The podcast is your boss in this case so it can't be that and yes you can be motivated by the people that you connect with people that you help out. I get lots of emails from you guys that it has been very very rewarding But but growth is what i thrive on and one of the things that crosses my mind. A lot is well if i wasn't spending my time and effort on this. Is there something. That i could be missing out on. Not getting any younger. Have a lot of other interests and skills and ideas and thoughts One of the biggest things for me is writing I know that. I'm a much better writer than i am. A podcast or a a speaker and i. I have not had time to devote more than about an hour a month on writing. And i have a lot of things i wanna right. I really do and so that that's something. I wonder if i put that effort into writing projects..

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3D Printing Today

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"today" Discussed on 3D Printing Today

"Our google group are forum on google groups. Go to google and type in three d. printing tips and tricks. And if you want to enter information or ask questions or you know. Write something on the forum. You have to give us an email or give google group and email. There's a join button that you you click on and you can enter the group that way. If you don't want to ride anything you could just read he. There's no nothing stopping you from reading the posts Also if you're facebook fan you don't wanna go to group group and you can't wean yourself off of facebook We still have a group. They're called three d. printing today. Podcast just search three d. today number three and three d. and three separate words you'll find us there and i still. I still monitor it. And i'm always on the google groups. Oh if you ever wanted to talk to us. That's the best way to get to us the fastest way unless of course we're on travel which i was the past two weeks and before that you are on trial on you bet. Let's see we do have a show coming up next week. 'cause we're not on travel showed them with three eighty nine which start out describing a delray roller problem. You tell me about a better t nut and then we talk about ender. Three cable chains like fun. All right thanks for listening..

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WEB RADIO TODAY

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"today" Discussed on WEB RADIO TODAY

"Okay you can slow it down but don't stop. Yup let's spend another minute or so cooling down movements a lesson towns and you're slowly bring in your heart rate down to a slower rate after that many workout. My goal during season two of web radio today is to help you use all of the elements of our disease fighting and fitness model to make twenty twenty one the absolute best year of your life. We have folks listening to this podcast right now who are at very different stages of health and physical fitness. Some of you are are very healthy and fit. Others are a little out of shape maybe overweight or or haven't been taking real good care of themselves. Some of our listeners are fighting one of those terrible diseases that attack. Us baby boomers in our in our older years. Heart disease bone disease. Stroke cancer diabetes. We have listeners. Currently battling those diseases other listeners are like me we have just successfully for now anyways defeated one of those diseases and we realized that we don't want to come back all of us. We want to do everything we can to keep ourselves healthy and free of disease. Any of our listeners have decided that twenty twenty one is going to be a new beginning and they're planning to take steps to get and stay in shape and get and stay healthy so that they can live law happy and disease free lives. It's for all those reasons to help folks and all those different stages of of health and fitness that web radio today was created. The cornerstone of this podcast. Is the web radio today. Disease fighting and fitness model combining faith diet exercise positive attitude positive imagery music and research combining all of those seven elements together to form the web radio today disease fighting and fitness model on future episodes. This we're going to deal with each of those elements in some pretty deep detail. But right now if you haven't done so already and even if you have by by way of review let's put a plan together. A mansion earlier in the podcast that i was thinking about adding a new elemental or maybe a sub element to our disease spotting and and fitness plan. One of my new year's twenty twenty one resolutions is to start journaling. Because i was reading. Where just by writing down three sentences a day you can vastly improve your attitude your mental health and your productivity and we are all about improving your health the article that i read stated that if you write down just these three sentences everyday but you're going to greatly improve your attitude your day your overall wellbeing. Those three sentences are number one. What will you focus on today. Friday down number two one sentence. What are you especially grateful for today. Crowded down and number three. I like this one. What will you let go off today. Right down what that is. Everybody is journaling daily. Journaling i'm gonna do some additional research on this connection between journaling and its effect on our wellbeing and then on next friday's episode you and i we're going to spend the entire episode talking about journaling and how it can improve our attitude which will improve our wellbeing and and and if you're well beings other odd place is going to help you stay healthy before anybody gets started with the web radio today disease fighting and fitness program. It's important to set some goals. Which will not only measure your progress. But also kinda served a motivate you along the way you need to make those goals. Gigantic super sized them gigantic big goals. And then you take those super big goals one big goal for each one of our seven elements and then you break each of those gigantic goals down into measurable data points or signposts along the way now. If you haven't set your health and fitness goals yet why did you do that this week. Let's make that your homework assignment. If you haven't done it already set your goals for each of the seven elements of the web radio today disease fighting and fitness model a big gigantic super sized goal for faith one for diet exercise one forgetting that positive attitude in place. One four guided imagery music. How you use music to make yourself feel better and get healthy and one for knowledge if you just started listening to web radio today at the start of season two or if you. You haven't done this already if you're unfamiliar with what each of those elements represents listen to those broad strokes audio bursts their web radio today. Listen to them so that well some that you can get a good understanding of what we're talking about with each one of those elements. You need to do that before you set those goals. Once those big gigantic super sized goals are in place. Then break those goals down to perhaps five as much as ten if you want measurable objectives for each one of those elements. What's the objective. How you gonna know when you've achieved it. How you gonna measure your success and then once you have those golson and those objectives in place you're going to be able to use the elements of the web radio today disease fighting and fitness model to get yourself in shape fight off prevent and deal with disease and live a long healthy and happy life. We will go into much more detail on each of those elements on future episodes this season but for now everybody. I can't emphasize this enough. If you're not familiar with those elements you weren't with us during last season. Make sure that you listen to those broad strokes audio bursts you can listen to all of them and less than ten minutes and web radio. Today dot com. Click.

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