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A girl attended a 3-day church camp, and didn’t hear “jack”, her mind was everywhere else but present, she was so distracted and just going with the motion, then she hears “let’s bow our heads in prayer” The speaker spoke in a still but soothing voice “I want you to focus on what really matters... Phil 1:10” And that simple statement sparked a question and a desire that she now tries to live by. I was that girl, that girl is me:) The goal is to build a bridge that connects everyone across al ...
 
Knowledge, wisdom and strategy for stunt men and women around the world. Augie Davis shares what he's learned from building a successful career as a stunt man, stunt coordinator and action director in the motion picture industry. Augie is an active stunt coordinator and action director and his goal is to provide the audience creative, entertaining and thought-provoking ideas on how to make it and stay at it. Augie focuses on start-ups, however you can also expect to be challenged to think di ...
 
If the movie CATS broke your brain, welcome! Whether you're still processing, ready to celebrate this mesmerizing trainwreck, or just need to know what a jellicle is, Ineffable! is here for you with a cozy exploration of this deranged motion picture. Join host Joel Arnold (and his cat Toast) as they merrily lean ever further into CATS madness while talking with writers, comedians, and anyone with strong feelings about this one-of-a-kind movie.
 
I am Joey Remenyi, Founder and Director of Seeking Balance International, a world-leader in recovery of chronic vertigo, dizziness and tinnitus symptoms. I take the holistic approach to healing. In this podcast I discuss the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of neuroplasticity for healing. Join me as I discuss the amazing potential of our brain to facilitate healing. I talk with various experts about the challenges we face in recovery of persistent symptoms and the mechanisms ...
 
Taking Turns To Talk is a podcast about the theatrics of life and the lives of the theatrical. Each episode Gordon Cooper takes us on a journey with a wonderful guest both in the spotlight and out, where we muse on what makes these people want to be in this glamorous (and often very much unglamorous) business we call show.
 
Living Adaptive is the podcasting home of the adaptive community. Keep current with adaptive happenings and listen to guests that include individuals that adapt to notable adversity and thrive, supporting organizations, and personalities that are making impacts within the adaptive world. You can adapt no matter the challenge.
 
Certified Trainer and Corporate Consultant Dawn Shuler delivers sharp, relevant inspiration and success strategies for CEOs, business owners, founders, managers, and leaders. Learn the importance of aligning your company’s purpose and values with those of your people and employees for greater success. Topics include business success, team building, employee engagement, communication, leadership, values, and more.
 
Welcome to Hope, Through History, with Pulitzer Prize Winning and Best Selling Author and Historian, Jon Meacham and directed and produced by Cadence13, in partnership with HISTORY. HTH explores some of the most historic and trying times in American History, and how this nation dealt with these moments, the impact of these moments and how we came through these moments a unified nation. Season One takes a look at critical moments around the 1918 Flu Pandemic, the Great Depression, World War I ...
 
“Clearly he was one of those rare beings who can radiate energy standing still and convey the impression of impetuous force without motion, a trick of the eyes, a refusal to sag…. King saw her first as she started across Cherry Street from the far corner, a slender figure moving with grace and assurance through the dangerous procession of motor cars, still handled in the South as new toys,…” What is the secret that may keep these two, meant for each other, apart?Book quote and David Wales
 
One of the most prolific and multi-talented geniuses the world has ever seen, Thomas Alva Edison's life is indeed an inspiration for each new generation. Today we live in a world that would not have been possible if not for several of his important inventions – the electric light bulb, the motion picture camera, electric power distribution, the phonograph, and a host of other things that we take for granted today. In fact, he still holds the world record for the maximum number of patents, nu ...
 
We offer high definition video tours of homes in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont. Nashua Video Tours is one of America's oldest and largest full motion real estate video tour providers. Nationally recognized as one of the leaders in the real estate video industry, we have produced thousands of video tours for REALTORS® and home sellers throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Southern Coastal Maine, the Cape and Islands as well as Florida and Vermont since 2005 - even before YouT ...
 
Good morning/afternoon/evening/night. Many many welcomes to the Cool Beans Radio Podcast page. A show that had its humble beginning on Forge Radio, then moved to BCR and is now currently located in Dom Kidson's bedroom, a place so grim that rats have been known to eat their own faces off upon entering. They were drawn by the smell you see. All our podcasts are free to download. They will however cost you time, effort and potentially brain cells (the jury is still out on that last one) althou ...
 
We spend way too much time talking about the military, veterans, and the transition but felt we weren't doing enough. We wanted to do something a little bit more open and a lot less formal than what's out there. We also didn't feel the need to insert your typical video: You know them; the slow motion video of a platoon on a hike, another jet taking off a carrier, Marines running off an Osprey, etc. We also didn't feel the need to tell veterans or others how valuable their talent is (e.g. "ve ...
 
Synchronicity machines. Difference engines melded with the iChing. Geomancy: the art of making stone float with sound. The hacker collective 'Anonymous'. Secret societies … This is the world of ARMAND PTOLEMY, a new action-adventure hero. Facing an enemy armed with the Golden Aleph -- a mystical device that allows its wielder to see holographically into every point in time and space, Ptolemy must use every trick of his Oxford-educated mind and circus-trained body to succeed. But how do you f ...
 
Jumping Jack - The Austraian DJ Jumping Jack has been a regular within the Australian dance scene for almost 25 years now. From playing raves as one half of the infamous ‘Flow Motion’ to super slick city clubs, the boy who played his first set at the now defunct Daily Planet Night Club in Sydney back in `91 has firmly cemented himself as a permanent feature of the club circuit. Paul was first drawn into the dance world after going along to one of the huge indoor dance parties that used to be ...
 
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In droves. • “On How to use this Book,” Sarah Gambito • “When I hated My Body,” Sarah Gambito. • “Adrift,” Bao Phi. • “Practice Standing Unleashed and Clean,” Patricia Smith. • Where to find me.--- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy W…
 
Joey Remenyi from Seeking Balance International talks about a common dilemma for folks with vertigo or tinnitus: symptoms are worse when they are still! Joey explains why.Learn more about Joey:https://www.seekingbalance.com.au/Read Joey's book:https://www.seekingbalance.com.au/thebook/By Joey Remenyi, Seeking Balance International
 
During a recent trip to Shenandoah National Park with my husband Mark, we talked about how scales are relative. For example, the hiking trail guide noted that the particular hike we were doing was “easy.” Well, 331 feet up, traversing a rock-strewn trail, I begged to differ. My calves and glutes hurt, and I was huffing and puffing away. How did I h…
 
Democrats have raised oodles of money in the South Carolina Senate race. Like, a whole lot of money. And polling shows things neck-and-neck between GOP incumbent Lindsey Graham and Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison. But given Trump's top-of-the-ticket draw there, it could be tough for Democrats to score an upset. This episode: congressional corr…
 
Joe Biden warns that nothing is certain, while Donald Trump says everything is still possible. Just over two weeks out from the election, the campaigns are in full turnout mode. Despite the president's confidence, though, Republicans are beginning to message that they will be an effective check on a Biden presidency. This episode: congressional cor…
 
Today we are sharing an episode of NPR's No Compromise. The podcast series tells the story of three brothers who are determined to change gun politics. Ben, Chris, and Aaron Dorr are carving out a space to the right of the NRA and the GOP. Discover a social media empire with an unapologetic vision of gun rights—generating millions of likes, follows…
 
Donald Trump mired himself in conspiracy last night at his NBC News town hall. Joe Biden didn't give a clear answer on court-packing, but said he'd make his position clear sometime before the election. Voters in Michigan and Ohio are feeling differently than they did four years ago. And, more than 20 million Americans have already voted. So, what d…
 
Hear from an individual that is finding rapid success vlogging/creating content based on disability awareness and lifestyle. Cristie Grey is an amputee, wife, mother, and disability advocate. In Cristie Grey’s words, I am a hand amputeeOG who is a survivor of a traumatic boating incident in 2001 with many setbacks, but I have moved forward and I am…
 
I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Dean Hallett of Hallett Leadership. We went deep into leadership, management, and questions like: Can leadership be taught? Is there a difference between leaders and managers? How does an organization’s culture impact leadership, and vice versa? Can you transform a company’s culture? How do you promote in…
 
Part 2: Shane Rangi is a New Zealand born actor, Stuntman, Creature Suit performer from Ngati Porou. He has played many characters in The Chronicles of Narnia film series. In The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe he played General Otmin, general of the White Witch's army, In Prince Caspian, he played the werewolf, Asterius the Minotaur, the Wild Bea…
 
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll shows Joe Biden with a double-digit national lead over President Trump. That margin makes states like North Carolina and Georgia competitive for Democrats, which is welcome news for their Senate candidates there. This episode: campaign correspondent Scott Detrow, senior political editor and correspondent Domenico …
 
Over the last few days, young Nigerians all over the country have come out to peacefully protest in the thousands, demanding an end to police brutality and the disbandment of the “Special Anti Robbery Squad”. On Sunday, The 11th of October 2020 the current DG of police released a statement claiming they were disbanding/dissolving SARS as a unit.Fir…
 
As President Trump returns to the campaign trail after his hospitalization, he's campaigning in states that he won comfortably in 2016. Meanwhile, Joe Biden looks to be expanding his map. And, highlights from day three of Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Read All Of Our Coverage This episode: White House correspondent Tamara …
 
Listen in as Dawn and Mark Shuler discuss the advantages of deliberately surrounding one with those who are different. Different perspectives, personalities, values, and strengths are crucial for an organization to thrive and, possibly, to survive. Differences are a key component to innovation, adaptation, and creativity. Some interesting highlight…
 
Read All Of Our Coverage Amy Coney Barrett didn't give direct answers to many questions, as expected. Like past nominees, she refused to deal in hypotheticals. But Democrats looked to her past writing and scholarship to make the case that she is hostile to abortion access and healthcare access. Republicans said she is qualified to serve. This episo…
 
Republican Lindsey Graham said even though views were set, the hearings for Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination are important. Republicans pushed back against attacks on her faith that have yet to materialize, while Democrats suggested that Barrett would be the end of the Affordable Care Act in the United States. This episode: White House …
 
In an ongoing series congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell looks under the hood at campaigns. From how they raise money to what they do once they have it. This episode, Kelsey looks at political advertising. She talks with two of the most respected political ad makers in the business. One argues that the best ad is the one that goes viral; the o…
 
The Federal Reserve exists to lessen the severity of economic crises and its chair has been calling for more stimulus money for months. But Senate Republicans aren't likely to coalesce around a deal and mercurial negotiations between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin drag on. And, what to expect from next week's Supre…
 
A few episodes ago, I talked about a company’s epic failure in customer service. I’m continuing that story with its next installment. What is the difference between a dental office and a dental school? Don’t they both deliver dental services to their patients? Yes. What is different? Well, the desired outcome – the agenda – is different. This is wh…
 
Shane Rangi is a New Zealand born actor, Stuntman, Creature Suit performer from Ngati Porou. He has played many characters in The Chronicles of Narnia film series. In The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe he played General Otmin, general of the White Witch's army, In Prince Caspian, he played the werewolf, Asterius the Minotaur, the Wild Bear and th…
 
Conspirators began training for a potential attack on Whitmer's vacation home or the governor's official summer residence over the summer, according to a criminal complaint released Thursday. After abducting Whitmer, Fox allegedly said, the governor would be taken a secure location in Wisconsin for "trial," according to the complaint. And, Presiden…
 
Vice President Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris spent the evening echoing the rhetoric of their respective party nominees — but with less interruptions than when President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden debated. This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, campaign correspondent Asma Khalid, and White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe. …
 
The president's sickness has dragged the pandemic back to the center of the presidential campaign, despite the looming Supreme Court fight. And Joe Biden's lead is stable or perhaps slightly up from where it was before the presidential debate last week. This episode: political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, White House reporter Juana Summers, and se…
 
My husband Mark and I have been watching a fascinating series on PBS called Hacking the Mind. In the first episode, they talk about slow thinking vs. fast thinking. Fast thinking is that knee-jerk, lizard brain, flight or fight response and actions. Slow thinking is pausing, taking time to reflect on the situation and the bigger picture. We’re find…
 
* Enough Cheetopia, More Tom Burton! * “November 2: Día de los Muertos,” Alberto Ríos * “Zombie,” Hadara Bar-Nadav * “Ghost Music,” Robert Graves * A Big Thank You!--- This episode is sponsored by · Charity Promotion: Democracy Works: This advertisement is part of a charitable initiative in partnership with Democracy Works. howto.vote…
 
The president's care will continue at the White House. Signs still point to a severe case of Covid-19, though his doctor continues to dodge questions posed by NPR and other outlets. We do not know if the president is on blood thinners or the condition of his lungs. This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, White House correspondent Tam…
 
The president has started a steroid and his doctor acknowledges that Trump has in fact received supplemental oxygen. His course of treatment suggests a severe case of Covid-19, though his team suggests he could be back at the White House as soon as tomorrow. This episode: campaign correspondent Scott Detrow, science correspondent Richard Harris, an…
 
FOLLOW OUR COVERAGE: https://n.pr/3nj0elU Muddled messaging from the White House has sent confusing signals about the president's well-being. We talk about what we know about his condition and treatment. This episode: political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, White House reporter Franco Ordoñez, science correspondent Joe Palca. Connect: Subscribe to …
 
The White House says the president's symptoms have been mild so far, but his positive test is likely to have far-reaching effects on Capitol Hill and the campaign trail. This episode: campaign correspondent Scott Detrow, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional reporter Claudia Grisales, and national political correspondent Mara Liasso…
 
Kimber Cross is an elite climber born with a missing hand. For every climb, Kimber Cross is conquering what is deemed ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE. Kimber Cross will take you on a journey to the Northwest mountains and provides you with glimpses into how she adapts and makes the almost impossible…very much possible. The terrain Kimber climbs is dangerous, col…
 
President Trump tweeted after midnight Friday that he and the First Lady Melania Trump had both tested positive for the coronavirus. The White House physician also released a formal letter confirming the news. This comes after top White House aide Hope Hicks tested positive Thursday. This episode: campaign correspondent Scott Detrow and White House…
 
Stuntman Stuart Williamson was born in South Africa. Stuart did parkour and gymnastics with his friend Dyllon Davidson who is the owner of Concrete Foundation Parkour Academy when 15 years old. Stunts started when he was invited in 2012 by Brandon Livanos to do a physical casting in Cape Town, only to find out it was for Mad Max Fury Road. Stuart m…
 
Early voting is way up in 2020. But conspiracy theories spread by the president and protests at polling places have spooked some voters, and changed how some plan to cast their ballots. Life Kit: How To Cast Your Ballot This episode: political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, voting correspondent Pam Fessler, and voting reporter Miles Parks. Connect: …
 
The Biden campaign chartered an Amtrak train to take the former vice president through Ohio and Pennsylvania after the first presidential debate. And, voters react to the chaos of last night's event. This episode: White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, campaign correspondent Scott Detrow, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson. Connect: Sub…
 
The first debate was chaotic and light on policy as the participants disregarded the agreed-upon rules. President Trump repeatedly interrupted the discussion in order to lambast Joe Biden and debate moderator Chris Wallace. The president once again refused to condemn white supremacy and did not agree to respect the results of the election. This epi…
 
Learn how to add text to your animations inside KeyShot using Frontplates and Opacity Maps for an all-in-one approach to more dynamic, informative product animations. Read the blog post: https://blog.keyshot.com/add-text-keyshot-animation More Quick Tips Available Here: http://www.keyshot.com/quick-tips/ See What’s New in KeyShot 9: https://www.key…
 
I mentioned back in March that here at The Shuler Group, we were halting all projects involving our proprietary Company Climate Inventory. It just didn’t make sense in this time of turmoil to try to get a “normal” temperature reading of the climate at an organization. Everything would have been skewed. Almost eight months later, though, it’s time t…
 
Joel and Toast talk with writer/editor Anya Crittenton and Dana Bramble about the life and career of Andrew Lloyd Webber, musical-to-movie changes, and the possible lurid past between Old Deuteronomy and Gus the Theater Cat. Referenced in this episode: Andrew Lloyd Webber calling CATS ridiculous, the butthole left over from the Butthole Cut, and An…
 
Joey Remenyi from Seeking Balance International talks to Ania from Sydney about her experience in healing Mal De Débarquement and Vestibular Migraine with Neuroplasticity.Learn more about Joey:https://www.seekingbalance.com.au/Read Joey's book:https://www.seekingbalance.com.au/thebook/By Joey Remenyi, Seeking Balance International
 
Joey Remenyi from Seeking Balance International talks on the topic of vestibular migraine and Meniere's disease. Learn more about Joey: https://www.seekingbalance.com.au/Read Joey's book: https://www.seekingbalance.com.au/thebook/On this video Joey answers these questions:-Briefly what is vestibular migraine and Meniere's disease?-Is there a differ…
 
A New York Times investigation published on Sunday said that President Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes each year in 2016 and 2017, which the president denied at a news conference using a familiar retort: "fake news." This episode: congressional correspondent Susan Davis, White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, senior editor and corresponde…
 
The former Antonin Scalia clerk currently serves on the federal bench after a fifteen-year stint as a law professor at Notre Dame. The Senate will now consider her nomination, where Republicans appear to have the votes to ensure a swift confirmation. This episode: campaign correspondent Scott Detrow, congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell, and na…
 
There was bipartisan backlash after Trump suggested that he would have to see the results before committing to a peaceful presidential transition. And Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the first woman in U.S. history to lie in state at the Capitol. This episode: campaign correspondent Scott Detrow, congressional reporter Claudia Grisales, White House correspo…
 
In an ongoing series congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell looks under the hood at campaigns. From how they raise money to what they do once they have it. This episode, Kelsey looks at political fundraising. She talks to former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci about how you ask for those big checks from millionaires, and th…
 
Actor, Writer, Stuntman,Trainer, Body builder, Barry Duffield was a young boy growing up in Australia's Northern Territory when he fell in love with all things cinematic. His first job was the projectionist in the Nhulunbuy cinema. It eventually led to a successful career as an actor, screenwriter, and now the author of his first graphic novels Dea…
 
It is hard to conceptualize 200,000 lives lost. Hundreds more die each day. And a vaccine, with partial efficacy and patchwork adoption, won't be enough to end the pandemic. That would take more testing, contact tracing and social distancing. Also, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was honored in services at the high court. This episode: White House corresponden…
 
As Republicans secure the votes to move forward on a Supreme Court nomination, government funding negotiations hit a snag. And Americans are struggling after months with no new federal coronavirus support. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell, and national political correspondent Mara Liasso…
 
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