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Living A Course in Miracles: Walking the Talk provides profound support for those who struggle to express their beliefs from moment to moment in their everyday lives. A Course in Miracles shows us the way out of suffering and into that true place of peace and joy. The only way to experience that amazing healing is to live the teachings of A Course in Miracles day by day. To succeed requires practical application, and on this program, Rev. Jennifer Hadley supports you in that! In each week's ...
 
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We talk about everything to do with coding bootcamps and technology education, including gender parity, scholarships, and the latest industry news.
 
The Great Courses brings engaging professors from the best universities to lifelong learners on audio and video. We create a "university of the best," working closely with our customers to design each Great Course. With this podcast hosted by Ed Leon, you'll meet our fascinating professors and experts who create The Great Courses, listen to their stories and insights, and learn more about the great work they are doing. Discover scientists explaining the latest findings from the fields of ast ...
 
A Course in Miracles is a modern spiritual masterpiece, often quoted by Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Marianne Williamson, and Wayne Dyer. It's a big book, 1200 pages. But what does it say? Beginners might start with earlier posts and video posts. Philip also posts "Yoga Classes- Live Love Teach” on iTunes. He specializes in teaching Yoga teachers how to teach exhilarating, unscripted Vinyasa Yoga- www.liveloveteach.com.
 
Online Course Masters is a podcast that gets inside the minds of online course creators successfully creating and selling courses on marketplaces like Udemy and Skillshare, as well as self-hosting courses on their on sites with tools like Teachable, Thinkific, and others.
 
Welcome to On Course, the teaching ministry of Pastor Hart Ramsey, where we offer simple Biblical insight into some of life's most pressing issues. Hart Ramsey is a gifted orator, musician, author, and engineer who serves as Pastor of Northview Christian Church with campuses in Dothan and Montgomery, AL and Atlanta, GA.
 
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A Podcast about Practicing, USPSA, and Practical Shooting
 
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Crochet Crash Course
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The fastest way to learn to crochet.
 
Professor of Politics, Birkbeck College, University of London. This podcast focuses on nationalism, ethnicity and religion, and their interaction with immigration and population change.
 
From www.SHATTER THE DARKNESS.NET Training courses live on line with work books and more. Messages, insight and hope for us in this 3rd millennium.....Engaging the rise of radical evil in this the 3rd millennium. Exposing a dark agenda, the ancient fury of a fallen cherub. History and current events have dangerous claw marks all over them. A seduction and deception will plunge the world into chaos,violence and the desire for a new world order..............whose will it be?Preemption Broadcas ...
 
Ricky and Bryan pick an Awesome topic and give you a quick Crash Course in it. From The Unexplained to Movies to Childhood Nostalgia the guys bring you the information you want to know as well as (oh jeez we hope) lots of laughs! And it's Awesome.
 
Free audio course for intermediate students
 
Introduction to Programming in C# - Course Materials
 
Learn how the entirety of human civilization—war, trade, politics, art, religion, and more—has been shaped by our interaction with food in this delicious course.
 
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Crash Course: China
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*The course Understanding Chinese Politics was offered to CSIS staff and interns in July of 2014. Lectures were given by Christopher K. Johnson, Bonnie Glaser and Matthew Goodman as described by the topics below. Supplemental materials have been included with this iTunes U course for additional context and knowledge. China’s Domestic Politics: Chris Johnson, CSIS Senior Adviser and Freeman Chair in China Studies, analyzes Chinese President Xi Jinping’s rapid consolidation of power and its im ...
 
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The Main Course
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The first show to ever air on Heritage Radio Network, The Main Course, has hosted the most interesting chefs, farmers, and food luminaries—from Michael Pollan and Alice Waters, to Wylie Durfresne, Joan Dye Gussow, Mark Ladner and Marion Nestle—since 2009. Many HRN hosts broadcast for the very first time as guests on the The Main Course. The Main Course is the brainchild of Heritage Radio Network founder Patrick Martins.Over the years, The Main Course has been home to many different cohorts i ...
 
Swedish: Introductory Course
 
Hi, I'm Jacques, and I can help you build a profitable online course.I was an engineer for eight years and decided to take my biggest hobby (piano) and turn it into an online course. In this podcast I share the formula you can use to create a profitable online course.Many people you may know about have online courses: Pat Flynn, Tim Ferriss, and Amy Porterfield, just to name a few. The online course industry is a billion dollar industry and continues to grow year after year. More and more pe ...
 
ACIM Study Group conversations - practical spiritual applications inspired by Disappearance of the Universe & A Course In Miracles. www.jenniferhadley.com.
 
Podcast by Pedro J. Gómez
 
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The Course Clinic
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Do you want to turn your content into a course? Are you interested in tapping into the $107 billion consumers spend each year purchasing online learning? Would an extra $1000 or $10,000 per month change your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, The Course Clinic Podcast is just what you need. Hosted by adult education expert and certified online instructional designer, Dr. Terry Hadaway, The Course Clinic addresses real questions submitted by people just like you.
 
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Horses for Courses: The dual code racing show and podcast looking at all things four legged.
 
Learn more about life, limb and heroic critical care procedures in the emergency department & retrieval environment
 
When a business manager invests in new or modified software, he or she expects business results from that investment. Sadly, more often than not, they don't get that. They may get a technically brilliant system, but if that system's architecture isn't based on the architecture of the business, or on business goals and strategy – then it's still a failure. In this mini-course you'll learn how to establish a software architecture that is closely aligned to the business and to business goals. S ...
 
WP-Tonic podcast is about giving advice and useful insights to those who are running or thinking of building a online membership website with a LMS (Learning Membership System) powered by WordPress. Both Jonathan Denwood & Kim Shivler have years of combined experience with WordPress and Learning Membership Systems. Every Wednesday we try and interview somebody who notable in the world of either WordPress, online marketing or online learning. On Fridays we do our controversial live round-tabl ...
 
God looks like Jesus... and so do you!
 
LearnOutLoud.com presents the Spanish Course Podcast. In each podcast we'll be featuring an introductory lesson from one of the many Spanish language learning courses we feature on LearnOutLoud.com. These lessons will help you learn some basic phrases and vocabulary of the Spanish language and also aid you in deciding which Spanish language learning courses are best for you.
 
Dry Needling Podcasts about Dry Needling Therapy, Protecting & Growing Your Health Business
 
The nation’s most popular weekly demolition derby podcast hosted by Chris Marquart.
 
Tips, tricks, advice and expert interviews with entrepreneurs using online courses, eLearning and membership sites to maximize teaching and profit
 
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Crash Course is a monthly event where High School students are invited to engage in a time of extensive teaching on different biblical ideas. All sessions are led by RHCC’s High School Pastor, Andrew Faris.
 
How to manage email, use inboxes, organize projects and tame your chaos - to live a happy life! 10 short 5-minute lessons jam-packed with my best productivity tips and tricks
 
This is a podcast about mastering the business of online courses, geared specifically toward those who want to make a lucrative business out of teaching others. This podcasts goes beyond others of its kind by talking specifics using the VirversitY.com online learning platform. This is a combination of semi-technical ideas, marketing, and course management. Light-hearted, honest, and fun!
 
Grant Weherley from Break The System and Monetize Your Expertise shares strategies for turning knowledge into income. He speaks with experts in a wide variety of industries who are leveraging the revolution in online learning to turn their expertise in a business which allows them to create passive income doing what they love. The Break The System Podcast covers premium courses, bootcamps, membership communities, eBooks, e-learning platforms like Udemy.com, podcasting, and all other ways ind ...
 
The podcast that take you through the library of known and less-known artists!
 
Enjoy once daily A Course In Miracles lessons by Carol Howe one of the original and most experienced spiritual leaders of our time.
 
Your First Year In Network Marketing Podcast Course
 
Dr. Carolyne "Isis" Fuqua NOW reveals Egyptian Mysticism through her groundbreaking works, The Keys to the Kingdom, Volume I & II.In Ancient Egypt, a year started with the first day of spring, and we've decided to begin our 365 day journey on March 21st. Begin the journey as the flowers bloom and end the journey with the blossoming of your own soul.Copyright acimegypt.com
 
This is a free Podcast course brought you by the founder and host of EntrepreneurOnFire, John Lee Dumas. In this course delivered via Podcasts, John shares everything you need to know on how to create, grow, and monetize a Podcast, and MUCH more. Every episode packs a punch of value, and you'll be off to the races on your Podcasting journey in no time flat! In this episode, John Lee Dumas shares the 3 most commonly asked questions by Podcasting newbies! Check out www.FreePodcastCourse.com to ...
 
http://www.jasonnewland.com This is a 7 day "Cure Insomnia" Course produced by hypnotherapist Jason Newland. Spread over 7 days there are 7 different hypnosis sessions to either watch on video or to listen to on MP3 download. The idea is that you can gradually start to relax your body and mind and get in touch with your natural ability to sleep deeply. Please tell others about this free service. ONLY LISTEN WHEN YOU CAN SAFELY CLOSE YOUR EYES AS IT MAY CAUSE DROWSINESS.All Hypnosis Sessions ...
 
Learn how to start a successful lawn care and landscaping business! LandscapeBusinessCourse.com These podcast episodes are short, digestible, actionable tips to get your business off the ground and become successful. The show includes interviews with landscapers and course members that are looking to grow their business. Mike Andes gives LIVE advice and consulting to REAL business owners. Get tips on how to advertise your business, hire the right employees, and scale your company! Mike Andes ...
 
Horsing Around is all about horses, of course. We cover everything from how to get started in horses to how to best take care of your equine companion. You'll learn all about nutrition, hoof care, training, veterinary issues and behavior. We cover breed topics, riding and alternative therapies. Even communicating with horses that have gone to the Great Beyond is among our list of subjects.Our podcasts include guests in every field of the horse world. Trainers,veterinarians, farriers, breed e ...
 
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This refresher course will focus in depth on the clinical challenge of providing lung isolation (= lung separation) for cases requiring one-lung anesthesia. It will begin with a conceptual framework and emphasize relevant anatomy, techniques, and devices used to reliably achieve lung isolation. (Ventilation will not be covered.)…
 
Using Game Changer article selection, the clinician will organize critical articles as they relate to their own clinical practice.
 
This refresher course lecture will focus on health policy and coverage changes affecting interventional pain physicians. Participants will review these changes and how they are impacting (or will impact) pain medicine physicians. New and upcoming coding changes will also be presented. Finally, various methods of reporting with HR2 (MACRA) imple ...…
 
This refresher course lecture will address the broad topic of perioperative stroke. The speaker will discuss the epidemiology and known risk factors for perioperative ischemic stroke as well as the identification and management of patients suspected of having a stroke in the perioperative setting.
 
In this episode, I talk with Cliff Ravenscraft about the 11 proven steps to build and grow an online business. I’ve known Cliff for quite a long time now, I’ve hired him and have listened to his podcasts for many years. Cliff started podcasting as a hobby back in 2005. A year later, he launched PodcastAnswerMan.com where he has since helped ten ...…
 
One of the most important parts of online training has to do with finding your target audience, knowing how to serve them and building a community. While marketing is important, the key is to serve your community first. Jason Van Orden has been doing that online and in person many years and is considered one of the pioneers in this space. I fir ...…
 
News Flash on 18.06.2018 Listen to the latest LNG News Flash released on 18.06.2018 – we check the global media for you and publish it as a short podcast on our website. Listen – wherever you are – and stay updated.By LNG Marketplace.
 
Most routine pediatric surgical procedures are considered appropriate for ambulatory surgery. However, certain patient/procedure combinations may not be suitable for freestanding ASCs where prolonged recovery or the frequent need for overnight observation may be encountered. Examples such as the obese child with severe OSA, the very young infan ...…
 
Creation of an Institutional Program to optimize glucose control across the surgical experience.
 
This refresher course reports current findings from the Anesthesia Closed Claims Project and reviews recent papers including difficult intubation, respiratory depression associated with acute pain management, management of unexpected hemorrhage, and safety concerns in non-operating room anesthesia. Current practice guidelines and communication ...…
 
This refresher course lecture will provide a comprehensive overview of current research in the field of perioperative delirium. The lecture will cover assessment techniques for delirium, prevalence of perioperative delirium, and outcomes associated with perioperative delirium. Furthermore, studies of risk factors, prevention strategies, and tre ...…
 
Airway management is our specialty's defining technical skill, but its practice is largely unchanged for the past 70 years. Failed direct laryngoscopy is common, often unanticipated and repeated attempts are unlikely to produce different outcomes. Can newer techniques and management strategies provide safer patient care? We will explore some of ...…
 
News Flash on 11.06.2018 Listen to the latest LNG News Flash released on 11.06.2018 – we check the global media for you and publish it as a short podcast on our website. Listen – wherever you are – and stay updated.By LNG Marketplace.
 
We discuss auctions. We first distinguish two extremes: common values and private values. We hold a common value auction in class and discover the winner’s curse, the winner tends to overpay. We discuss why this occurs and how to avoid it: you should bid as if you knew that your bid would win; that is, as if you knew your initial estimate of th ...…
 
We look at two settings with asymmetric information; one side of a game knows something that the other side does not. We should always interpret attempts to communicate or signal such information taking into account the incentives of the person doing the signaling. In the first setting, information is verifiable. Here, the failure explicitly to ...…
 
In business or personal relationships, promises and threats of good and bad behavior tomorrow may provide good incentives for good behavior today, but, to work, these promises and threats must be credible. In particular, they must come from equilibrium behavior tomorrow, and hence form part of a subgame perfect equilibrium today. We find that t ...…
 
We discuss repeated games, aiming to unpack the intuition that the promise of rewards and the threat of punishment in the future of a relationship can provide incentives for good behavior today. In class, we play prisoners’ dilemma twice and three times, but this fails to sustain cooperation. The problem is that, in the last stage, since there ...…
 
We first play and then analyze wars of attrition; the games that afflict trench warfare, strikes, and businesses in some competitive settings. We find long and damaging fights can occur in class in these games even when the prizes are small in relation to the accumulated costs. These could be caused by irrationality or by players’ having other ...…
 
We analyze three games using our new solution concept, subgame perfect equilibrium (SPE). The first game involves players’ trusting that others will not make mistakes. It has three Nash equilibria but only one is consistent with backward induction. We show the other two Nash equilibria are not subgame perfect: each fails to induce Nash in a sub ...…
 
We consider games that have both simultaneous and sequential components, combining ideas from before and after the midterm. We represent what a player does not know within a game using an information set: a collection of nodes among which the player cannot distinguish. This lets us define games of imperfect information; and also lets us formall ...…
 
We develop a simple model of bargaining, starting from an ultimatum game (one person makes the other a take it or leave it offer), and building up to alternating offer bargaining (where players can make counter-offers). On the way, we introduce discounting: a dollar tomorrow is worth less than a dollar today. We learn that, if players are equal ...…
 
In the first half of the lecture, we consider the chain-store paradox. We discuss how to build the idea of reputation into game theory; in particular, in setting like this where a threat or promise would otherwise not be credible. The key idea is that players may not be completely certain about other players’ payoffs or even their rationality. ...…
 
We first discuss Zermelo’s theorem: that games like tic-tac-toe or chess have a solution. That is, either there is a way for player 1 to force a win, or there is a way for player 1 to force a tie, or there is a way for player 2 to force a win. The proof is by induction. Then we formally define and informally discuss both perfect information and ...…
 
We first apply our big idea–backward induction–to analyze quantity competition between firms when play is sequential, the Stackelberg model. We do this twice: first using intuition and then using calculus. We learn that this game has a first-mover advantage, and that it comes commitment and from information in the game rather than the timing pe ...…
 
We consider games in which players move sequentially rather than simultaneously, starting with a game involving a borrower and a lender. We analyze the game using “backward induction.” The game features moral hazard: the borrower will not repay a large loan. We discuss possible remedies for this kind of problem. One remedy involves incentive de ...…
 
We apply the idea of evolutionary stability to consider the evolution of social conventions. Then we consider games that involve aggressive (Hawk) and passive (Dove) strategies, finding that sometimes, evolutionary populations are mixed. We discuss how such games can help us to predict how behavior might vary across settings. Finally, we consid ...…
 
We discuss evolution and game theory, and introduce the concept of evolutionary stability. We ask what kinds of strategies are evolutionarily stable, and how this idea from biology relates to concepts from economics like domination and Nash equilibrium. The informal argument relating these ideas toward at the end of his lecture contains a notat ...…
 
Part 2: Product First? Or Audience First? I talk about Strategy #2: Building an Audience First and THEN creating a product (ideally, productS) for that audience. Which is WAY easier said than done. And I'm also going to let you in on a little secret... that Strategy #1, which is Product First, Audience Next, and Strategy #2, which is Audience F ...…
 
We develop three different interpretations of mixed strategies in various contexts: sport, anti-terrorism strategy, dating, paying taxes and auditing taxpayers. One interpretation is that people literally randomize over their choices. Another is that your mixed strategy represents my belief about what you might do. A third is that the mixed str ...…
 
We continue our discussion of mixed strategies. First we discuss the payoff to a mixed strategy, pointing out that it must be a weighed average of the payoffs to the pure strategies used in the mix. We note a consequence of this: if a mixed strategy is a best response, then all the pure strategies in the mix must themselves be best responses an ...…
 
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