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Best Next Action Associates podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Next Action Associates podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Rock Your Trade Show: Inspiring weekly interviews with Industry Insiders, Experts, Event Managers, Marketers and Influencers who share their insights, challenges and lessons learned so you can rock Your next trade show. Do you ever wonder if... You are getting the right attendee traffic to your exhibit? Is the interactive experience at your event unforgettable? Are you getting the ROI you need? On a personal level- Do you wish you had better work life balance? Are you building your career pa ...
 
Wonder what other organizations are doing to grow that you might not have thought of? Schools, nonprofits and associations have so much in common when it comes to attracting the right people, keeping them excited to be there and inspiring them to give back. From branding strategies to marketing programs and fundraising communications, organizations of all sizes are trying new ways to inspire action. In Driving Participation, Beth Brodovsky talks with marketers, fundraisers and consultants, e ...
 
Radhanath Swami is a Vaishnava sanyassi (a monk in a Krishna-bhakti lineage) and teacher of the devotional path of Bhakti-yoga. He is author of The Journey Home, a memoir of his search for spiritual truth. His teachings draw from the sacred texts of India such as The Bhagavad-gita, Srimad Bhagavatam, and Ramayana, and aim to reveal the practical application of the sacred traditions, while focusing on the shared essence which unites apparently disparate religious or spiritual paths. Born Rich ...
 
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Lord Sri Rama Chandra, he especially taught us how to respond to crisis, to challenge, to difficult times. Because these are opportunities to make great spiritual progress, to understand how humble and vulnerable we truly are and to take shelter from our hearts with our body, our minds, and our very souls to take shelter of Krishna, of Sri Rama. Fo…
 
In the times like now where the whole world is, its unbelievable how confused the world is because everything is becoming more and more uncertain, and this may go on for some time or it may end sooner, nobody knows. But our duty in this world is to take every possible precaution to protect out health and our lives and those of other devotees and fa…
 
if you read what’s going to happen in kali yuga, this is fact, this is not just some symbolic thing. The main subjects that Vyasadev is emphasising on how there will be plagues, there will be pestiments there will be phonon, there will be so many diseases, people in there minds will have so much fear and so much anxiety and the leaders of countries…
 
When one surrenders to Krishna, one becomes like the fish in the sea. The fish within the sea is utterly dependent at every moment on the water of the sea for their survival. In the same way, when we dive deeply into the infinite sea of Krishna’s love and we surrender to that love, we cannot live even a moment without it. It is a fate that appears …
 
Rama means the reservoir of all pleasure. Every one is seeking pleasure and every one is trying to find relief form pain which is simply an obstruction from pleasure. It is the inherent nature of every living being. änanda-mayo 'bhyäsät we are pleasure seeking. Whether we are insects or reptiles or fish, birds, animals, human beings or they were bl…
 
Fear is the most prominent human quality. It is either behind the scenes or very much in front motivating people in so many ways. So much of industries, so much of economy, so much…. Is based on fear. Fear of disappointment, fear of failure, fear of disease, fear of death, fear of poverty. And the more you have, the more you have to fear losing. Bu…
 
The purpose of the fearful situations of nature is meant to be an impetus to love nature. In religion, especially in some the western religions, where I am coming from, the primary conception of God is a very fearful personality. If you don’t obey him, he is going to smash you and he really has the weapons to smash. Eternal condemnation in hell, ca…
 
the balance that the Gétä teaches is para-dukha-dukhi. That an enlightened being, another person’s sufferings become my suffering and another person’s happiness is my happiness. And we feel for the suffering of people. If we are on the bodily concept and we think that only my immediate family is my relatives then we really feel for our relatives. B…
 
there is no such thing as death or destruction. It is a perception. na jäyate mriyate vä kadäcinnäyaà bhütvä bhavitä vä na bhüyaùthat the soul, the aatma, the life force in everyone, the flea or me or we, that life force is unborn and undying. mamaiväàço jéva-lokejéva-bhütaù sanätanaùThe life force is a part of God, like a spark from the sun, quali…
 
In Europe, during the middle ages, about one third of the population of the entire continent was destroyed by the bubonic plague and Europe was a very, very powerful continent at that time with militaries and kingdoms and armies. And who was spreading the bubonic plague? Fleas. It was little tiny fleas. Fleas are so small that they make mosquitoes …
 
Sometime I hear when there are catastrophes like this that people just say “It is just their Karma”. Is that a way a devotee thinks? It may just be their Karma but that’s not our business what their karma is. Our business is to save them and to feel for them and give them relief of whatever their Karma may be. Karma is between them and Krishna. How…
 
Krishna is an all loving compassionate God. He tells us where our real home is. Even though the people of this world have rejected Him, have defied him, have offended Him, He still keeps coming. “You are misusing your free will. Vaikunta, the doors are open. Come in.”. He sends His devotees. He sends His scriptures; He gives everybody, every good o…
 
On the disappearance day of Govinda Ghosh, all the people from these villages were feeling great grief in his separation. They brought his body to the river Ganga and performed the last rites. When they came back, the deity who was elegantly dressed, was no longer dressed in his prescribed attire. He was wearing the very simple type of white dress …
 
the mother prepared the rajbhog offering and the child brought the offering in and placed it before the deity, prayed to the deity of Gopinatha, please accept this offering. Of course we know how the Lord glances upon the boga and tastes the devotion in it and leaves it as maha prasad. Five year old child he did not understand these high philosophi…
 
Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu was traveling from village to village and Govinda Ghosh was acting like his servant. At that time Govinda Ghosh was a very committed Brahmachari. And he would perform very menial tasks to serve his beloved Lord sri Gauranga. One of those tasks was after Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu would take his prasad, he would bring him some…
 
In 1970, when I was living here in India, I met some Christians, very very devout and they gave me a very rare version of the Bible. The St. Thomas version of the Bible, written by one of the personal associates of the Lord Jesus Christ. And I remember one statement of Lord Jesus in that book, that affected me a lot. He said, “This world is a bridg…
 
Do you remember Ganga das? long before, I even took birth in this world, the mleach king, he and his soldiers were plundering people’s property and exploiting the women. In order to protect your wife and children, you had to escape from your home. The soldiers were coming closer and closer, you ran in the middle of the night to the Ganges, the sold…
 
Thousands and thousands and thousands of pots of Ganga water that were brought in to bath Lord Caitanya. One simple poor maid servant of Srivaas who’s name was Dhuki, was lining up carrying, carrying the water pots of Ganga and making them in nice neat lines so the devotees could easily have access to them. Dhuki means one who is miserable. She was…
 
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