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The Nurse Keith Show offers up-to-date advice and knowledge for savvy 21st-century nurses. During each episode, Board-Certified holistic career coach Keith Carlson, BSN, RN, NC-BC explores career management and development; multidisciplinary collaboration; public health and healthcare delivery; social justice; entrepreneurship; and personal growth, through inspirational monologues and inspiring interviews with healthcare thought leaders and innovators. With the goal of helping you create the ...
 
Professor Giordano started The P.A.S. Report because of his unique ability to break down complex issues in news and politics in a way that appeals to everyday Americans. By introducing facts, a conservative political perspective, and some common sense, the listeners can come to their own conclusions about news, politics, and government. The P.A.S. Report is a rapidly growing conservative political podcast. Professor Giordano also interviews great guests, including Tucker Carlson, Mollie Hemi ...
 
A life of fulfillment starts with understanding your values. And when you know what truly motivates you, you can accomplish extraordinary things. Welcome to the Discover Your Values podcast, where each week we hear unique perspectives on human values with leaders who inspire us to explore the depth of our potential.
 
...take this journey towards greater significance as we Master Leadership together. Listen to stories of exceptional leaders and topics that will shift you from being 'stuck' to being extraordinary! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/masterleadership. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Bliss101Radio is your 1 stop, ½ hour spot for all things Bliss! Juice up your life, follow your dreams, bliss-o-fy your relationships, de-clutter the mess, and Get Your Bliss-ology On!! This is your learning and growing place to do just that. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~2012 is going to bring an exciting line-up of guests, with special monthly focus's on some of the above topics...ya know, those priority areas we all want more bliss-fullness in! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Using interviews with every day people who are un-ap ...
 
Earth Ancients chronicles the growing (and often suppressed) evidence of known and unknown civilizations, their ruined cities, and artifacts developed from advanced science and technology. Erased from the pages of time, these cultures discovered and charted the heavens, developed medicine and unleashed advancements that parallel and, in many cases, surpass our own. Join us and discover our lost history. Armed with the thousands of anomalous archeological discoveries which have not been cover ...
 
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Today in 1975, one of the best selling jazz albums of all time was recorded - a live concert in Cologne, Germany by pianist Keith Jarrett. And it almost didn't happen at all. Plus: the Instagram account Brik Font showcases some of the biggest and best typefaces, all in LEGO form. Keith Jarrett: The Cologne Concert (BBC For One Night Only) Typeface …
 
Villas Las Estrellas is a tiny community run by Chile on Antarctica's King George Island. And it's so remote that one of the rules is that everyone who lives or works there has to have their appendix out before they show up. Plus: an art exhibit in DC celebrates TV legend Betty White, as we all should. The Antarctica outpost where every resident mu…
 
In episode 4 of Season Two of the Nursing Strategies for Success Podcast – I have the pleasure of speaking with Ashley Hay, BSN, RN regarding strategies for Nursing Career Success when the option of working in the clinical space providing direct patient care was no longer an option for her. Many Nurses are faced with a variety of physical, mental a…
 
For many Native people in the U.S. and beyond, this is a time of year to tell stories with string. Here's a little about how they work, and why in many places they're only told in winter. Plus: Forest Grove, Oregon is home to the world’s tallest barber pole. 'String games' arrive with the snow (Indian Country Today) Forest Grove, Oregon: World's Ta…
 
America is suffering and world instability is increasing due to President Biden’s blunders. On nearly every metric, the American people are worse off due to the failed leadership of this administration on both the domestic and the international front. One year into President Biden’s administration, Americans are paying more for gas, food, and just …
 
Today was the birthday in 1925 of actor and entrepreneur Paul Newman, who made some very popular and very acclaimed movies. But there was one movie he made that he loathed so much, he actually took out ads to convince people not to watch it. Plus: meet Hoss, the world’s largest ball of human hair. THE SILVER CHALICE, Paul Newman and a $1200 ad… (By…
 
Adrian Gilbert is an international expert in the lost traditions of ancient cultures, from the pharoahs to the earliest Christians. He is the coauthor of many books, including three bestsellers: Signs in the Sky, The Orion Mystery, and The Mayan Prophecies. He lives in London, England.By Cliff Dunning
 
Today in 1890, Nellie Bly finished her trip around the world. She was trying to do what Jules Verne's character Phineas Fogg had done in 80 days, and she took just 72. Plus: today in 2021, a butcher in Scotland marked Burns Night in a stellar way. Nellie Bly: Around the World (Heinz History Center) Haggis launched to the edge of space in celebratio…
 
Scott Atlas, the author of A Plague Upon Our House, comes to The P.A.S. Report Podcast to discuss how the bureaucrats hijacked and weaponized science. As the powers that be touted “Follow the Science,” they routinely ignored any data. Even worse, they engaged in character assassination whenever someone would challenge them. Dr. Atlas describes how …
 
Did human civilization begin 5,000 years ago (as we are told) with Sumer and Egypt? Or is there more to the story? What was the actual purpose of Stonehenge? Why is the Great Pyramid aligned to true north? Is it possible that advanced civilizations predated the modern era by tens of thousands of years? If so, what happened to them? Today, Academia …
 
On episode 354 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews David Leath — a detective, coach, speaker, author, and podcaster — about his work to inspire one million frontline heroes in starting their own online businesses and thriving in their lives and careers. Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, p…
 
Today in 1942 the city of New York decided to take on the scourge of the time, the invention that had been the ruin of so many people… pinball. Here's a look at why what's considered a pretty harmless hobby in our day was such a menace back then. Plus: this weekend in Minneapolis, it’s the Lake Harriet Winter Kite Festival. That Time America Outlaw…
 
In episode 3 of Season Two of the Nursing Strategies for Success Podcast – I have the pleasure of speaking with Alexandria (Alex) Rosa, BSN, RN regarding strategies for finding balance, aligning self with career goals, and advancing the nursing profession through diverse leadership and diverse racial representation. You don't want to miss this epis…
 
A team at the University of British Columbia has come up with a way to make durable, stretchy and waterproof batteries that could be useful in wearable devices. Plus: three crew members on the International Space Station try out what they call orbital badminton. Scientists create the first stretchable and washable battery (designboom) Video: Orbita…
 
Under the guise of combating domestic terrorism, the surveillance state continues to expand with the new DOJ Domestic Terrorism Unit. As President Biden becomes increasingly divisive and unpopular, there are many within the Democrat party and the media industrial complex who are looking to change the narrative away from the failures of this adminis…
 
Today in 1942 was the birthday of Bob Heft, who designed a 50-star US flag for a high school class project as Alaska and Hawaii were on their way to statehood. Plus: it's the birthday of Edgar Allan Poe, who was almost portrayed on the big screen by a pretty big Hollywood star. A Boy Scout designed the 50-star American flag (Scouting Magazine) Robe…
 
Find and Develop a Profound Relationship with the Other Half of Your Soul More than a soul mate, your twin flame is the only soul that has the same spiritual DNA as yours―the piece that is crucial to your soul's evolution. This book is key to not only identifying your twin flame, but also nurturing a partnership that is deeper than any other. While…
 
Today in 1882 author A.A. Milne was born. His most famous character, Winnie the Pooh, was named partly for a real bear who lived at the London Zoo. And yes, the real Winnie had a sweet tooth as well. Plus: the new book "Do Not Erase" features the artistic side of math professor's chalkboards. The True Story of the Real-Life Winnie-the-Pooh (History…
 
Completing our conscious evolution by releasing our collective fear of catastrophes • Explains how we are on the cusp of an era of incredible creative growth • Shows how we are about to overcome the collective fear caused by ancient catastrophes as we awaken to the memories of our lost prehistory • Examines legendary cataclysms and scientific evide…
 
Steve Malzberg, the host of Eat the Press, comes to The P.A.S. Report Podcast to discuss how the media industrial complex has become nothing more than political activists pushing the agenda. While the media used to serve as the watchdogs of government, the fourth estate and the parts of the government have morphed into one. It's no longer about inf…
 
On this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, we look at how music legend Stevie Wonder and his song "Happy Birthday" helped raise awareness in the effort to create a national holiday in Dr. King's honor. Signed, Sealed, Delivered: How Stevie Wonder Fought—and Won—for MLK Day (VH1) Flashback: Stevie Wonder Sings ‘Happy Birthday’ at 1986 Martin Luther Ki…
 
Thane Marcus Ringler is a former professional golfer turned speaker, writer, and development coach living in Denver, CO with his wife Evan. In his current work, Thane's mission is to help others live and work better. He is passionate about speaking to the journey from the journey, and is striving to empower this generation to take ownership of thei…
 
We are born to move, yet few people today exercise enough to keep their bodies healthy. A lot of spend most of the day hunched over seated at a desk. The long-term result of this will almost always lead to worse long-term flexibility and mobility. Alexandre Bernier is a kinesiologist focused on posture and body composition. He has worked in the tre…
 
Around 6000 BC, a revolution took place on Orkney and the Western Isles of Scotland. An outstanding collection of stone circles, standing stones, round towers, and passage mounds appeared seemingly out of nowhere. And yet many such monuments were not indigenous to Britain, but to regions of the Caspian Sea and the Mediterranean. Their creators were…
 
On episode 353 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Chaitenya "Chat" Razdan, Founder and CEO of Care+Wear, a healthwear company changing the way the world looks at and feels about healthcare. Chat left his career as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs to launch Care+Wear, creating products that bridge fa…
 
Traffic jams are becoming more and more common on the roads heading to ski country. A new app called Treadshare could help people carpool to and from the mountains. Plus: this weekend in Ely, Nevada, the Fire & Ice Winter Festival brings fireworks to the coldest part of the year. Can carpooling help congestion on I-70? (Vail Daily) Fire & Ice Winte…
 
In episode 2 of Season Two of the Nursing Strategies for Success Podcast – I have the pleasure of speaking with Renee Thompson, DNP, RN regarding reducing workplace bullying and incivility. With strained and stressed healthcare work environments at an all-time high, it is EASY for us to be jerks to one another - but it doesn't have to be this way! …
 
Today in 1968 Johnny Cash recorded “At Folsom Prison." Today it's arguably his most acclaimed album ever, but it only came about as a last resort. Plus: musician Andy Thorn recently gave a concert to a very different kind of audience. Johnny Cash’s ‘At Folsom Prison’ at 50: An Oral History (Rolling Stone) The Fox and the Banjo (The Awesomer) Our Pa…
 
As a nation, we continue to witness the growing division in America and within the American political system. While some of this division is a natural part of the Republic and democratic principles, there’s something bigger at play. The bonds that link us together are weakening, and the philosophies that unified the American people, are slowly disa…
 
Today in 1961, the Chicago Cubs announced they wouldn't hire a manager for the new season, and would instead use a rotating "College" of coaches. You can probably guess how well that worked out. Plus: the Author Clock shows you the time not simply as a set of numbers, but as part of a quote from a well-known book. P.K. Wrigley and the College of Co…
 
Discover the Power of Loving Your (Im)Perfect Self in an (Im)Perfect World This book dares you to experience the liberation, healing, and empowerment that come when you make a spiritual practice out of learning to love yourself. The Self-Love Superpower shares specific, hands-on action steps designed to support your journey from paralyzing self-cri…
 
Today in 1880 was the birthday of Washington Phillips, a musician who made some astonishing music in the 1920s, but we know very little about his life and his music - we aren't even completely sure what instrument he played. Plus: if you're looking for a new career path, why not become a pizza butler? Exhuming the Legend of Washington Phillips (Min…
 
Kash Patel, former Principal Deputy to the Acting Director of National Intelligence, comes to The P.A.S. Report Podcast to discuss the deep-seated corruption within the bureaucracy. When working for Congressman Devin Nunes, Kash Patel exposed Congressman Adam Schiff for the fraud he is. More importantly, his work was essential to uncovering the Rus…
 
Today in 1992, the Pacific Ocean filled up with rubber duckies, thanks to a storm that knocked some shipping containers off a cargo boat. We'll explain how the Friendly Floatees went from accidental oceangoers to the stuff of movies and picture books. Plus: today in 1976, C.W. McCall's "Convoy" hit #1 on the Billboard chart, telling the story of a …
 
Establishes the historical and geological reality of Atlantis and reveals its continuing influence around the world • Traces the course of Atlantean civilization through its three empires, as well as the colonies and outposts formed by its survivors in Egypt, Göbekli Tepe, India, Mesopotamia, the Mediterranean, and North and South America • Shows h…
 
On episode 352 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith discusses the concept of career mastery and how to find yourself along the path of creating your very own career "wonderland". Can it be done even when the world around us is in chaos? Keith believes it's altogether possible — and necessary. Nurse Keith is a holisti…
 
In early 1970 President Richard Nixon introduced new uniforms for the guards at the White House - European-style suits that Americans mocked as looking like they were better off for movie ushers or marching bands. Plus: today in 1978, the birthday of Emilio Marcos Palma, the first person born in Antarctica. Pomp and Circumstance (Nixon Library) A B…
 
In episode 1 of Season Two of the Nursing Strategies for Success Podcast – I have the pleasure of speaking with Taura Barr, PhD, RN, NC-BC regarding Living your Passion despite adversity & challenge - and how Dr. Barr had a near death experience that led her to realign herself with her passion, values and purpose so she could live to work - rather …
 
Today in 1706 was, at least by the old calendar, Benjamin Franklin's birthday. Here's the story of how he once invented his own musical instrument, one for which great composers wrote music. Plus: Ben Franklin invented lots of things but patented none of them. Benjamin Franklin's Glass Armonica (Franklin Institute) Ben Franklin’s Killer Instrument:…
 
It’s a new year, and in 2022, the American people have the ability to hold officials accountable, particularly those officials who instill fear, lie, and deceive the American people. You have officials who continue to double, triple and quadruple down on failed policies, and they have little regard for the long-term consequences of these failed pol…
 
The start of a new year can be time for us to get going on our goals, start moving forward. Then again, maybe it’s better to wait a little. That was the attitude of the Procrastinators’ Club of America, a real organization that for decades promoted the benefits of putting things off. Plus: today in 1895, Jeannette Piccard was born, the first woman …
 
Nick Karras embodies all the qualities you want from your sexologist. He’s open, understanding, easygoing, and observant. He is also the author of Passionate High: A Guide to Using Cannabis for Better Sex and Creativity, who has spent years studying how cannabis affects the brain. We caught up with Nick to talk all things sex and cannabis. You’ve s…
 
This daily podcast is like a study group for trivia players. So today we're going to give you some trivia about the word trivia! Plus: today in 2010, the opening of the Burj Khalifa, a building so tall that at the top you can see the sun even when it’s dark at the bottom. trivia (n.) (Online Etymology Dictionary) Where Does the Word 'Trivia' Come F…
 
Miranda Devine, the Author of Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide, comes to The P.A.S. Report Podcast to discuss the Biden family business. Using evidence and facts, Miranda Devine exposes how deep the corruption goes, and how all roads lead back to the ‘Big Guy,’ President Biden himself. We a…
 
Around this time in 2003, the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond introduced a new attraction: a 29 ton globe that people can push around. Here's a look at the mechanics behind Kugel Balls. Plus: an automaker adds a QR with a classic meme to one of its new vehicles. Very Richmond #9: Grand Kugel at Science Museum of Virginia (Richmond on the Jam…
 
Jennifer Briggs is the Senior Strategy Consultant at The Beyster Institute – an institute that works to advance the understanding and practice of employee ownership as an effective and responsible business model. Previously, she was VP of Human Resources with New Belgium Brewing for 13 years – and helped reshape the business and grow the team to ov…
 
On this special "Best of Nurse Keith" (episode 317) of The Nurse Keith Show career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Chris Recinos, the CEO and founder of Nurse Leader Network, regarding mental health, adaptive and maladaptive mechanisms of resilience, and conscious self-development. Keith and Chris also touch on important concepts relat…
 
Our last show of the year is about the Plock, a very unique clock that doesn’t so much tell the time as it writes the time out. Plus: outside of the Idaho statehouse in Boise, the annual Potato Drop is taking place to mark the end of the year. This clock writes the time (Insider via YouTube) Potato Drop 'excited' to be back in person to ring in 202…
 
Polish designer Iga Węglińska has a new way to help us stay in touch with our emotions: she's created clothes that will respond when we get stressed out. Plus: in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the annual PeepsFest is underway. Emotional Clothing responds to the wearer's changes in stress levels (Dezeen) PeepsFest returning to SteelStacks (WFMZ) Our Patr…
 
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