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Earn a living doing something you love. The Fizzle Show features weekly insights for creators and entrepreneurs on topics including modern business essentials, self employment, motivation, productivity, audience growth, blogging, podcasting, content marketing, work-life balance and more.
 
The Cantina Cast is all about thought provoking Star Wars discussion. From the character dissection series, to scene and quote analysis; we cover the Sequels, Prequels, and the Originals. Not to mention, Star Wars novels, comics, and video games.
 
Hosted by a robot (or Dr. Stephen Hawking if you'd prefer) and fueled by Vess strawberry soda, Fizzle Like a Flood is an aural scrapbook - an ongoing time capsule. Various life recordings, songs, stories, random sounds, etc. Many appearances by Doug's bestie, Trilety, his girlfriend, Megan and his cat, Cinder.
 
NBA scores, stats, standings and moves are fodder for hot takes on The Crossover with Chris Mannix and Howard Beck. Get into every NBA playoffs battle, free agent frenzy, draft dilemma and trade rumor. Plus hear the most in-depth and interesting interviews from SI's NBA insiders with unparalleled access.
 
Screenwriter’s Cafe is a web show that showcases scripts, develops writers, solicits feedback, grows audiences and offers support services that will get scripts noticed & ready for sale or production. Our mission is to develop writers and to spotlight scripts that catapult careers into super stardom. Our “Script to Screen” program offers a Log Line to Movie Screen Program for those who have a movie idea, but lack the experience or even the knowledge of how to develop it into a completed scre ...
 
From the dynamic duo of Listen Money Matters, comes another brutally honest show. But this time, they mean business. Literally! Matt Giovanisci and Andrew Fiebert drop the gauntlet of truth about being self-employed, serial entrepreneurs. They're not teaching how to build a successful company. Instead, they run business challenges and experiments that offer a transparent view of what it really takes to make money online without being a complete douche nugget.
 
No fluff reality of working remotely. Digital Nomates is hosted by Zander Whitehurst, who founded Common Pence, Fizzl and previously worked remotely for Hotjar. We discuss remote work, spaces, lifestyles, routines with authors, athletes, designers, founders & artists revealing the reality of being a digital nomad.The goal? To help YOU understand the realities and opportunities of working remotely.
 
Weekly review of Armenian News from https://groong.org.Keeping up with news related to Armenia and Armenians can be challenging: the sheer volume of news in the past few years has increased greatly, and along with that volume, we’ve seen the rise of the “Fake News” phenomenon contributing to the erosion of trust in the news media.The diversity of languages used by the worldwide Armenian community also poses a challenge for Armenian news; there is a significant portion of news that originates ...
 
Animal rights in Aotearoa New Zealand. Animal Matters is SAFE's podcast about all things animal rights and the issues impacting animals in Aotearoa. Will Appelbe discusses the latest current affairs impacting animals, the decisions of policymakers and government, and the complexities that surround the exploitation of animals.
 
This is the official daily newscast heard on CannabisRadio.com originally read during the Russ Belville Show. But for those looking just for the days headlines, this is it. We are bringing you exclusively Cannabis News right from the Associated Press. So don't miss out, and subscribe to this today.
 
We've all had "breaks" in our life path, caused either by our own choices or because, life. Those we see as successful in business and relationships sometimes seem to have it all at little personal cost. But many of them have been nearly broken by bumps in the road, or even messed things up in huge ways. How I Broke This is the podcast about everyone from CEO to student, and their potentially life-altering teaching moments...and how they recovered from those breaks.
 
Everything Steelers for Sports Drink. The Steelers Outpost Podcast will give you updates, background, opinions and lively conversation about the Black & Gold. We're life-long fans living outside of Pittsburgh building a community of fans who want to follow, debate and support our favorite team. Talk to us! @Steelersoutpost (Twitter and Instagram) www.steelersoutpost.com Steelersoutpost@gmail.com
 
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ANN/Groong Week in Review - December 5, 2021 Topics: * Regional Geopolitics * Turkmenistan / Iran gas swap deal * Opposition Fizzles Out. Again. Guests: * Benyamin Poghosyan TW/@benyamin_poghos Hosts: * Hovik Manucharyan TW/@HovikYerevan * Asbed Bedrossian TW/@qubriq Episode 105 | Recorded: Sunday, December 5, 2021 Website: https://groong.org/podca…
 
Do you know how many litres of eggnog are sold each December? Here in Canada it is 5.2 million litres. This will be a very different holiday for many of us. We know that our stress levels are elevated significantly by all of the challenges and changes that we have faced, and the holidays will just add to that overall stress. This isn’t the season t…
 
02:54 Cold hard reality 04:28 Ben shouldn’t practice 05:20 A painful loss, still……. 09:27 Defense decimated 13:20 Vanilla strategy 15:41 Justin Herbert 20:32 Offensive signs of life 33:00 Changing the Matt Canada Tune Hit us up on Twitter at @Steelersoutpost Shoot us an email at Steelersoutpost@gmail.com See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/priv…
 
Disney+ Day has come and gone, which leaves Albert & Jonesy pondering the question...was it ever really here for Star Wars? Join the guys for a full breakdown of the Kenobi sizzle reel and a discussion on what else was presented, the long list of what wasn't, and what it all might mean for the franchise... Feedback and Promotion: Send feedback and …
 
Guy Fawkes has come and gone, but you’d be forgiven for missing it. The exit of The Warehouse from the fireworks market and supply chain issues has meant smaller retailers have struggled to meet demand.And the most recent New Zealand Trotting Cup in Christchurch was errily quiet due to COVID-19 restrictions. But the impacts of the coronavirus on th…
 
Are The Holidays A Stressful Time In Your Household? Are you ready for the holidays? This is the questions that you hear daily at the grocery store, the post office and in line at the bank? Some people ask because they want to feel like they are not the only ones struggling to get things done before the big day. Others ask because they are concerne…
 
Mannix and Beck break down the rumors out of Portland where Damian Lillard reportedly has interest in the team trading for Ben Simmons and why we disagree on whether or not the team is currently in shambles. We also discuss whether CJ McCollum is the piece missing for Joel Embiid and the Sixers to make them true title contenders in the east, why th…
 
What do you call a germ who wants to have a good time? A fungi (fun guy)! I know that it is not pleasant, but think of yourself as a human petri-dish that grows all kind of icky bacteria and is the warm and cozy home for all kinds of viruses. Washing your hands regularly can prevent many flus, flu-like illnesses, common colds, conjunctivitis, , ton…
 
The Steelers, depleted of talent as they are, played inspired football against their archrivals. Cam Heyward and TJ Watt led a rejuvenated defense, sparked by former Raven Chris Wormley and buoyed by newly acquired Montravius Adams. Ben Roethlisberger played his best football of the season, patiently waiting until the fourth quarter which saw an sc…
 
Ever wondered who St. Nicholas was? There once was a young boy named Nicholas, who was born during the third century. His wealthy parents, who raised him to be a devout Christian, died in an epidemic. Nicholas used his whole inheritance to assist the needy, the sick, and the suffering. He was made Bishop of Myra while still a young man. Bishop Nich…
 
A hiring manager was preparing for an upcoming interview. The supervisor asked why she had a bathtub brought in for the interviews. "Well," said the manager, "we fill up a bathtub, then we offer the applicant a teaspoon, a teacup, and a bucket and ask them to empty the bathtub." "Oh, I understand," said the supervisor. " A smart person would use th…
 
Doing relationships God’s way is the way of peace. Unfortunately, many of us have found ourselves on the path of pain, and experience disappointment and heartbreak in our relationships when we try to do it our way or how the rest of society does relationships. In this message Andre Kruger shares how you can discover the peace of God in your relatio…
 
Are you good at recognizing others? Recognition works best when it acknowledges the Attitudes, Behaviors, and/or Contributions of the person or the team to the success of the organization. Companies with a solid strategy to recognize team members enjoy stronger engagement, increased employee morale, better customer service, and lower turnover. Howe…
 
On the Friday edition, Howard Beck welcomes Celtics legend and broadcaster Cedric “Cornbread” Maxwell to discuss his new book, “If These Walls Could Talk: Boston Celtics,” which covers his playing career through the present. Among the topics: his chilly relationship with Larry Bird, concerns with the current Celtics and many thoughts on Kyrie Irvin…
 
One bad decision can have devastating effects. This my family knows only too well as over 30 years ago one young man’s bad decision after work left our brother and sister-in-law dead on the side of the road. Drunk driving, left parents heart-broken, robbed brothers and sisters of the chance to lean on each other, left future nieces and nephews with…
 
In their final Listener Q&A show of the year, Albert and Jonesy tackle YOUR questions including everything from The Book of Boba Fett to The High Republic and even a bit of EU for added flavor. They also cover the big news items from the last week including Ahsoka casting, the return of Dark Horse comics, and Jonesy's longer hair. Feedback and Prom…
 
We take for granted our health and the health of our children. But what if you are a family that has a child who is facing special challenges? Your child’s health and well-being are always at the forefront of every decision that you make. Special Kids Day was put together to help families cope during the extra stress of the holidays. Today’s Tips F…
 
We have a day for giving thanks. We have a day for getting deals. Today is #GivingTuesday and the day we can celebrate giving back and encouraging global generosity. We all have the power to make a positive difference. How do you give back? Here Are Today’s Hot Tips For Building Your Resiliency And Celebrating World Day Of Giving: What act of givin…
 
Mannix and Beck discuss the news of Houston Rockets and John Wall finally engaging in talks over whether or not he will play this season, why Lakers coach Frank Vogel isn't to blame for his teams biggest struggles this season after calls for his fire began to be heard, the news of Knicks guard and recent offseason signee Kemba Walker being removed …
 
ANN/Groong Week in Review - November 28, 2021 Topics: Pashinyan Live on Facebook Trilateral in Sochi, Bilateral in Brussels Turkish-Armenian “Normalization” Russian-Turkish “Co-opetition” in Eurasia Guests: Hrant Mikaelian TW/@hrant_m Yeghia Tashjian TW/@yeghig Hosts: Hovik Manucharyan TW/@HovikYerevan Asbed Bedrossian TW/@qubriq Episode 104 | Reco…
 
The weather is changing and for some of us, so does our skin. Our skin is often a reflection of our overall health. It can show signs of stress, lack of sleep and poor diet. How do we take the best care of our skin during this time? Here are some quick skin care tips: Exfoliate at least once a week. Use sunscreen at least 30 minutes before you go o…
 
00:56 Game or snuff film? 03:41 Tyler Boyd’s violation of the taboo 04:38 O-Line woes 06:06 Judgement Day 08:36 No building going on 09:45 The Steeler Dark Ages 11:02 The Luckiest Man in Professional Sports 12:38 “It’s the trenches stupid” 13:48 Defense propped up 15:45 Defensive Bust? 17:26 Claypool Coaster 18:26 Looking around the corner 23:26 Ne…
 
One minute you’re changing diapers and wiping noses, the next minute they have moved out and on. “empty nest,” does not need to mean an empty life. At least I hope not. With my two sons starting to venture out on their own, I am actually looking forward to our new life. For many parents becoming empty nesters can be a “joyous” time. A time for expl…
 
Better relationships translate to a better life! And this enables us to impact the people around us with God’s love. Do you have a plan for this December to have harmonious, peaceful relationships, or are you going to walk into the relational minefield without the right tools? In this message André Kruger shares the 5th part of the CommUNITY series…
 
It is easy just to plunk on the couch and watch TV. Especially when you have been overwhelmed by deadlines, projects and family responsibilities. But this does little to build our family bonds. So what can? Researchers have studied the impact that gaming can have on cognitive abilities, interpersonal relationships and stress levels. The results are…
 
Have you seen any zombies walking around the mall? These zombies want you to Forget Black Friday and instead celebrate Buy Nothing Day. Today is the day to consider if you are on the road of over-consumption. Are you in need of a retail detox? It is easy to get caught up in the ads that promise bargains and we end up jumping on the bandwagon purcha…
 
On the Friday edition, Howard Beck welcomes Dan Grunfeld – the son of former NBA veteran Ernie Grunfeld -- to discuss his new book “By the Grace of the Game: The Holocaust, a Basketball Legacy and an Unprecedented American Dream.” The book tells the story of how Ernie Grunfeld’s parents survived the Holocaust and settled in the U.S., and the values…
 
I belong to the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers. As one of our chapter presidents, it was obvious that we were not the association of professional listeners. It took forever to get everyone focused to begin our events, as the chatter was so extensive. Listening can be hard for us to do. It is an investment that sometimes we are not wi…
 
We are all remarkable. However, many of us have talents that we don’t share, as we believe that we are unremarkable, plain, or ordinary. I love this quote by Henry Van Dyke: the woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best. So Here Are Today’s Hot Tips For Building Your Resiliency And Celebrating Your Unique Talent …
 
Mannix and Beck discuss the fallout and suspensions from Sunday's near brawl between the Lakers and Pistons and why the Christmas deadline to start worrying about L.A. might need to be moved up a bit. We also discuss why Luke Walton's dismissal as head coach of the Kings is just the start of major moves needed to made by Sacramento before they can …
 
Sadly, one in 10 Canadians suffers from some type of substance use disorder. That could mean your colleague, your neighbour or someone in your own family. Addiction does not discriminate—it affects all walks of life. ​ The total societal cost of substance abuse is in the billions. Whether the cost comes from lost productivity in the workplace, incr…
 
ANN/Groong Week in Review - November 21, 2021 Topics: Russia-NATO escalation Border escalation Goodbye Moscow, Hello Brussels! Protests in Yerevan Guests: Pietro Shakarian Hosts: Hovik Manucharyan TW/@HovikYerevan Asbed Bedrossian TW/@qubriq Episode 103 | Recorded: Monday, November 22, 2021By ANN / Groong
 
A new Kiwi startup is raising funds to employ more researches on their quest to bring new dairy products to the market, but without milking a single cow. And COVID-19 is wrecking havoc on the events industry, but there’s a silver lining. It’s wrecking havoc on animal abusing rodeo events as well.By SAFE
 
My life is too complicated. I feel like I am always rushing to get somewhere. I feel like I don’t spend any quality time with my family. What suggestions do you have for getting my life under control? This is what one conference attendee asked me. Many of us feel our lives are too complicated. We rush from one destination to the next – rush through…
 
02:30 Football Regresses 05:40 Missing Persons 09:50 Devin Bush 11:14 Where is the Next Man Up? 12:46 The Jerad Goff Factor 18:20 Pickett to the Lions? 20:20 Mason Is Who Mason Is 27:26 Bad Case of the Drops 28:52 Run Defense 29:40 Special Teams and Ray Ray McCloud 33:43 Points of Light Hit us up on Twitter at @Steelersoutpost Shoot us an email at …
 
I love my pajamas. I could hang out in them all day. I could work in them all day. And I feel a sense of relief when I put my flannels on at the end of the day. It is a huge trend right now to having matching family pjs for watching movies or playing games during the holidays. So here is to Celebrating National Family PJ Night: There is some confus…
 
The human body is one of the most mindblowing organisms in the known universe. Scripture likens the body of Christ – that is the church – to this same body, with every part having a significant role to play. But sometimes the church body just doesn’t seem to work like the well-oiled machine is has the potential to be. Did Paul make a poor choice of…
 
State of the Armenian Economy A Conversation with Vardan Aramyan - November 21, 2021 The war initiated by Azerbaijan in the fall of 2020, amid the pandemic, further complicated an already complex economic situation in Armenia. And as the world economy recovers from Covid-19 related shocks, we wanted to understand Armenia’s own post-war and post-cov…
 
Somewhere between childhood and adulthood, we’ve stopped playing. Play can be an important source of relaxation and stimulation for adults as well. It can fuel your imagination, creativity, problem-solving abilities, and emotional well-being. Here Are Today’s Hot Tips For Building Your Resiliency And Celebrating National Day Of Play Focus your play…
 
They are shapers. Solution lovers. Grabbers of Opportunity. They are a special stock of a person. The one who wants to carve their own way in life. These entrepreneurs may start their own main street business or launch a tech start up. They may be providing consulting services or building the latest time saving gadget. Thanks to their vision, dedic…
 
On a jam-packed Friday edition, Grant Hill discusses the rapid rise of his Atlanta Hawks, his new role leading USA Basketball and his exclusion from the NBA’s 75th anniversary team. Then, Paul “The Truth” Pierce stops by with some insights on the Robert Sarver situation in Phoenix. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwor…
 
Is Your Stuff Starting To Take Over? I have a lot of stuff! I use some stuff regularly, some is more seasonal. There’s also stuff that hardly sees the light of day and other stuff, is just stuff taking up space. Now is a good time to look and see how you can use less stuff or get rid of the stuff that you have. Here Are Today’s Hot Tips For Buildin…
 
Talking with Alison Tahmizian Meuse A veteran journalist who has recently shifted gears and also moved to the homeland. Alison Meuse is a graduate of the George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. She is a French and Arabic speaker, and a veteran Middle East journalist, having worked over the past decade as a producer, …
 
ANN/Groong Week in Review - November 7, 2021 Topics: Armenia under wide scale attacks by Azerbaijan Border Politics Azerbaijan Returns to the OSCE MG Municipal elections Over the Past Weekend Guests: Arthur Martirosyan TW/@ArtMart96 Hosts: Hovik Manucharyan TW/@HovikYerevan Asbed Bedrossian TW/@qubriq Episode 101 | Recorded: Monday, November 16, 20…
 
“Hold On, It’s Going To Be Okay” This saying is part of my family story, along with how my parent’s set up their farm, the struggles that they had, where my grandparents went dancing on the weekends and how they walked up hill both ways to get to school, through 10 foot drifts of snow, even in the spring. Family stories shape who we are. They direc…
 
Tis the season to think about what we are thankful for. It is also a perfect time to share our compassion. Being grateful is the number one personality trait that leads to happiness. And being compassionate to others has been found to be protective to our own mental health. Within our communities there are many who are experiencing homelessness and…
 
Mannix and Beck discuss the latest in the Ben Simmons holdout drama after his agent, Rich Paul, challenged the Sixers in comments made to The Athletic. We also break down the Wizards early season success with their new offseason additions, if the surprising steps forward taken by the Cavaliers so far signals a potential trade down the road to take …
 
“You can’t do anything right”. “This is your fault – It’s always your fault”. Many of us have grown up, been in a relationship with, worked for, or even been coached by, someone who was emotionally abusive. It is often seen as a normal part of the culture of the organization and tolerated. People who are the target of emotional abuse are made to fe…
 
Humour can help us thrive in change, remain creative under pressure, work more effectively, play more enthusiastically, and stay healthier in the process. It has been proven that laughter reduces physical and emotional tension. It is potent but not toxic, low-calorie, organic and absolutely free. Here Are Today’s Hot Tips For Building Your Resilien…
 
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