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A spiritual paranormal/supernatural interview show where we explore all the weird aspects of life that can’t be explained. Each episode features a guest who is an experiencer, who works in the paranormal field, or is an expert on a topic considered odd and unusual. This show is all about the guests, so come tell your story.
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As a toxic relationship specialist my mission is to bring hope, healing, and FREEDOM to those whose lives have been affected by toxic relationships, emotional abuse, and narcissistic behaviors. Living and being in relationships that are not healthy for us can cause this type of abuse to be accepted as “normal”. TRUTH IS...ITS NOT NORMAL... ITS TOXIC! Having been in toxic relationships myself, I am now able to use my experience to guide those walking a similar path to my own. This podcast is ...
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Has there ever been a better time to decide what our lives should look like? We are emerging from a once-in-a-century cataclysm where our lives were upended, our communities remade and our priorities readjusted. Now as the call to return to "normal" grows more insistent, we get to ask the question: what does "normal" look like? Did the old normal serve me? What do I want my new normal to be? And what will that mean for my career, my community, and my family? These are the fundamental questio ...
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Digital Workplace Impact

Digital Workplace Group

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The number 1 digital workplace podcast (as rated by Feedspot) where DWG's Nancy Goebel investigates and explores ideas, practices and people impacting the new digital worlds of work. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Waiting for a new normal? Don't hold your breath. It's not really new and it's not really normal. Go ahead and breathe. We've long endured change. It's just happening faster, so it feels more extreme. To thrive in these choppy waters, we can reevaluate and reinvent. You can do it. But not alone. Even if you could, what fun would that be? Tom Rosenak and Adrienne Guerrero are talent optimization specialists who can help us navigate this complex moment in the working world. If you’re feeling l ...
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A podcast about unleashing the full potential in people and technology. When people and technology come together, the potential is limitless. But while everyone is used to hearing about the revolutionary impact of tech, it can be easy to forget about the people behind it all. This podcast shines a light on the human side of innovation, as co-hosts Aaron Brooks and Heather Haskin explore and reframe our relationship to technology.
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Business Better

Ballard Spahr LLP

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Business leaders are striving to keep their workplaces healthy and productive, tackle issues of equity, and address unprecedented economic challenges. Succeeding in this ever-changing environment requires grit and ingenuity. Welcome to Business Better, a podcast that helps businesses navigate the new normal.
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Ambulatory Healthcare Today

The NextGen®️ Advisors

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Accelerate your success with insights from a multidisciplinary team of healthcare strategy, regulatory affairs, population health, patient engagement, and interoperability experts. These timely discussions can help you navigate challenges from COVID-19 and the “new normal” to value-based care.
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Sex, Power, Religion and Politics! All discussed here with Karen Tate, thought leader, author, speaker and social justice activist. Every Wednesday hear Dr. Rev. Karen Tate, discussing global and personal issues with a broad spectrum of visionaries and forward thinkers, women and men, from a Divine Feminine, or Right Brain, point of view. Some call it the Feminine Consciousness or the shift away from patriarchal values to manifest a new and much needed normal. These are issues that could rai ...
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Oddity Roadshow

Oddity Roadshow

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A Comedy Horror Actual Play Podcast using the Monster of the Week system. Follow along as Jamie, Marlin, and Ron take a road trip together in a brand new, totally normal van they just bought. Journey from town to town with these three as they try to figure out what to do after college.
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Exposing Lies † Sharing Truth From the political to the paranormal and economics to the esoteric, we cover it. Anti-Transhuman, Conscious Media & Alternative News, Occult Information, Truth Seeking Artist - Find Us On YouTube & Subscribe Website: http://factionsoffreedom.jimdo.com/ Email: FreedomsFaction@Gmail.com Instagram: @Freedom_Faction, @Freedoms_Faction FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/factionsoffreedom/ Twitter: @FreedomsFaction, @NoizceEra Donate: https://www.paypal.me/noizceera P ...
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The New Normal

Sal Baldovinos, Quinton Alderman

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Welcome to The New Normal where we talk about current events, finances, philosophy, preparedness, and more! Each week, Sal Baldovinos & Quinton Alderman dive into these various topics and bring an inspiring person or message to navigate the world with a positive mindset in the "new normal".
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My New Normal

Dr. Theresa Larson

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How are you adapting after trauma, injury, loss, or a major change in your life? Host Dr. Theresa Larson's goal of the My New Normal podcast is to help give you the tools - research, education, and stories from resilient humans - to live optimally in your new normal.
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Our country’s problems will never be solved by a bunch of fancy people in nice suits talking big words on CNN and Fox, but by An Army of Normal Folks just deciding “hey, I can help.” Hosted by Coach Bill Courtney from the Oscar-winning Undefeated, this podcast is building the Army and celebrating its extraordinary members. New episodes are released every Tuesday.
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Empowering caregivers with knowledge, resources and tools so they can be the best they can be. This podcast focuses on ways for the caregiver to reduce stress, burnout, can embrace moments of joy in their new normal. Listen weekly to Cathy's personal experiences, coaching, tips, inspiration, and interviews.
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Magical Midlife

Lindsay de Swart

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Midlife is an awakening, not a crisis! This podcast is for you if who've grown beyond expectations and want to live with more adventure, more meaning and do more of what you LOVE! Are you bored of the empty nest and menopause conversations? It's a bit like puberty! We need to get through it, but we don't stay there forever! In this show you'll hear guest interviews and insights on finding inner strength, making brave decisions and taking a leap to live with courage! We talk about happiness, ...
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Quarantine Creatives is now Willoughby Hills. Join TV producer/director Heath Racela as he chats with interesting guests with unique perspectives on our ever evolving relationships to work, home, community, culture, food, the environment, and more. heathracela.substack.com
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New Normal

The Harvard Crimson

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New Normal is a podcast about Harvard students in the coronavirus pandemic. Hosted and produced by Kai McNamee, this 8-part series will cover topics ranging from virtual move-in to remote activism, and will feature students experiencing Harvard from all over the world. Presented by The Harvard Crimson, published on alternating Tuesdays. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.
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Dr. Bryan Loritts is a Teaching Pastor at The Summit Church. An award-winning author, Dr. Loritts has spent the bulk of his ministry serving and resourcing the multiethnic church. He co-founded Fellowship Memphis in 2003, and serves as the President of The Kainos Movement, an organization committed to seeing the multiethnic church become the new normal. He serves on the boards of Biola University and is a regular visiting professor at Grimke Seminary. He is also the Vice President of Regions ...
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Libraries Lead!

Beth Patin, Dave Lankes, & Mike Eisenberg

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Libraries Lead! is a provocative podcast about all things information & library hosted by Beth Patin (Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies, Syracuse U), Dave Lankes (Professor, iSchool, U of Texas), and Mike Eisenberg (Dean/Professor Emeritus, iSchool, U of Washington). Information age opportunities and challenges affect every aspect of human existence. We wrestle with such topics as social justice, political unrest, mis- and dis-information, kids, family and adult living; educ ...
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The New Normal Rep's Play Date Podcast is an extension of New Normal Rep: A New Theater for a New Era. Jack and John will talk with those in the New York theater community about storytelling in the year 2022. New Normal Rep is dedicated to presenting both new and underproduced plays via the internet, in ways that maintain the essential dramatic spirit and nature of both the works and the theatrical experience itself.
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Everyday Climate Champions

Everyday Climate Champions

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Inspiring conversations with our San Francisco Bay Area neighbors, as they act on home, work, school, community, or policy levels to put real climate solutions into action. Both educational and inspirational, each 15-minute episode supports everyone, everywhere, in becoming a climate champion. Let's shift to the 21st-century 'new normal' of climate-friendly living! The Everyday Climate Champions podcast is produced by the Climate Reality Project - Bay Area Chapter. Transcripts always include ...
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Your permission slip to put yourself first, say yes to your dreams and manifest a life even better than your vision board. Coaching and expert guidance to manifest next level abundance, success and happiness in life. Let's make your wildest dreams your new normal. New episodes every Monday! x
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The Normal Christian Life

Frs. Michael and Christopher Trummer, Joe Herring

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What does ”ordinary Christianity” look like exactly? Using Scripture, Church history and personal testimony, two Catholic priests, Frs. Michael and Chris Trummer, and Joe Herring offer a renewed vision of what our lives can be like as Christians. Far from being ”ordinary”, the normal Christian life is an entirely new life empowered by the Holy Spirit -- drawing upon a divine inheritance, manifesting supernatural power, and bearing a staggering promise of glory.
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A podcast about being a hearing mom with my daughter who is a million things... like all humans. She is also Deaf. Yay! I'm here to look at things differently. Aren't you? Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/sharon50/support
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Climate change is upon us. Fires, droughts, hurricanes, sea level rise, and melting ice caps are all part of our new normal. But something else is happening as well. Scientists, innovators, organizations, cities, companies, and citizens are taking action, making progress, and finding solutions. Climate Break brings you stories of climate progress and interviews with climate innovators from California and around the world, in under 2 minutes. Our solution-oriented, radio-ready shows are produ ...
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Finding Anchor is a podcast for parents and their teens, hosted by esteemed authors and therapists Tim Cavell and Phyllis Fagell. Presented by TrestleTree, this five-part, limited-series will offer support, information, and affirmation to families, especially those struggling during these turbulent times.
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Called Beyond features a wide range of inspiring stories, all with a common thread—in every story we find evidence that God is inviting us to follow Him into a new normal. He is calling us to take steps of faith beyond the familiar territory of our everyday lives. Within Novo we believe Jesus wants to partner with each of us to build His kingdom on earth, and we believe you too are ”called beyond.” Called Beyond is produced by Simeon Lohrmann and Jonn Bartine. Our podcast host is Tim Shuck, ...
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Dexter may seem like a normal French Bulldog living in New York City, but he’s actually the famous Detective Dexter, solving doggy mysteries by day, and playing pet by night. Narrated by Granny MacDuff.
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Each day we watch as rising temperatures, extreme weather and extinctions are accepted as the new normal. The list of bleak headlines feels endless. It’s no wonder hope is wavering. But all is not lost. In this podcast series, Adam Vaughan, Environment Editor for The Times, asks why our planet is changing so rapidly and meets leading experts from around the world who are trying to change the tide. This is Planet Hope, a new podcast from The Times in partnership with Rolex and its Perpetual P ...
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Helping you transition through the changing economic environment. The Holland Chamber's exciting podcast series features interviews with four business leaders in the Holland area. Their insight will help professionals in West Michigan navigate the changing future; to find a new job, develop a successful new service or product, or even re-energize in their current situation.
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SHIFT unlimited

Mel Wombwell & Kylie Roberts

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Hi, I'm Kylie Roberts and I'm Mel Wombwell, and we are SHIFT unlimited. We are both qualified executive coaches, coach supervisors, and trainers of NLP and coaching. The world is a volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous place. Every day we wake up to a new surprise. Uncertainty is chronic. Instability is permanent. And disruption is common. This is the new normal. The game has changed. It's time to rip up the old rulebook. It's time to define success differently. A shift is happening. T ...
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In our world of branding and marketing in the health space, there should never be acceptance of the status quo, the old-school, the normal. We should always be pushing forward, celebrating the different, breaking new ground, highlighting the innovative. So welcome to The No Normal Show, our forum for tossing around thoughts, opinions, and ideas on what’s new, cool, different, innovative, questionable, or otherwise related to how consumers navigate health. Plus some other fun stuff thrown in.
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I write, research and Podcast on the "new normal". Digital and technology have changed and evolved our perception, behaviour and understanding of the world around us. Whether in business or our personal lives the new normal is what challenges us every day. I tell stories and converse with everyone I can find on this topic.
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Measurements, and their manipulation, have been underestimated as crucial historical forces motivating and guiding the way we think about disability. Using measurement technology as a lens, and examining in particular the measurement of hearing and breathing, Coreen McGuire's book Measuring Difference, Numbering Normal: Setting the Standards for Di…
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Welcome back to another special episode of your favorite paranormal podcast. what a doozy this special was. Another unfortunate soul is joining me to take on the Cryptids Bracket once again, the guest this time is Bobby Dizzle of Caffeinated Cryptid podcast. Come join him as he chooses between 34 cryptids to determine who is the most ultimate crypt…
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Arien and his bride felt called to foster and adopt three boys. And then came another calling of building a technology platform that connects families whose kids shouldn't be in foster care, but are at-risk because they can’t afford basic needs, with churches and individuals in their area who want to serve those needs. CarePortal has helped 265,000…
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It's time to dive into today's episode, and boy, do we have a juicy topic to explore! Picture this: You, yes YOU, uncovering your very own recipe for caregiver joy and kicking those negative thoughts to the curb. Doesn't that sound like music to your ears? Join us as we embark on this journey of self-discovery, where we'll unravel the secrets to co…
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“When the well’s dry, we know the worth of the water.” – Benjamin Franklin We are excited to publish the opening salvo in our series of panel discussions aimed toward addressing the most pressing challenges faced by business leaders today. It makes sense to begin with wellbeing, as this topic received by far the greatest share of votes in our topic…
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Arien and his bride felt called to foster and adopt three boys. And then came another calling of building a technology platform that connects families whose kids shouldn't be in foster care, but are at-risk because they can’t afford basic needs, with churches and individuals in their area who want to serve those needs. CarePortal has helped 265,000…
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It doesn't take an expert gardener to know that a branch that isn't connected to the vine won't survive for very long. In this week's message from John 15, Pastor Bryan explores the next of Jesus' "I am" statements, helping us understand what it means to abide in Jesus, the "true vine." Many other things—often good things—vie for our time and atten…
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"I hear about people having these powerful spiritual experiences, but I've been a practicing Catholic my whole life and never had one! I guess this is what's normal for me." Our hosts have heard this time and again from faithful Catholics, and they understand -- they too have been there. In this follow-up to Episode 4 (The Role of Supernatural Expe…
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Is Being an Independent Woman Costing You Success, Health and Happiness? We are conditioned to desire and pursue this independent woman archetype. We are conditioned to believe that being an independent woman brings MORE success and safety. But does it? Let's discuss! Does this resonate? DM me on Instagram to let me know! https://www.instagram.com/…
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Covering a fascinating period of population growth, high infant mortality and deep social inequality, rapid medical advances and pseudoscientific quackery, Confinement: The Hidden History of Maternal Bodies in Nineteenth-Century Britain (The History Press, 2023) by Dr. Jessica Cox is the untold history of pregnancy and childbirth in Victorian Brita…
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Measurements, and their manipulation, have been underestimated as crucial historical forces motivating and guiding the way we think about disability. Using measurement technology as a lens, and examining in particular the measurement of hearing and breathing, Coreen McGuire's book Measuring Difference, Numbering Normal: Setting the Standards for Di…
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[Rumble Video Version: https://rumble.com/v4q4a48-sn1413-cultural-revolution-assaulting-epigenetics-and-newcomer-factions.html] [Episode Article: https://factionsoffreedom.jimdofree.com/2024/04/19/sn1413-cultural-revolution-assaulting-epigenetics-newcomer-factions/] These past few episodes have featured deep dives into the psyche and sociology of m…
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Even for countries with adequate water resources, water scarcity is not uncommon. But for those who live in remote and poverty struck areas of the world, water scarcity can be the difference between life and death. With reports suggesting that by 2025 half of the world's population could be living in areas facing water scarcity, is there a way to t…
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Sure, we all get tired. But Lindsay Scola's tired was different. She was constantly exhausted, dozed off frequently, experienced night terrors, anxiety and brain fog, and sometimes, hallucinations. Doctors suggested that perhaps it was her demanding career working with high-powered leaders in entertainment, politics and government (including being …
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Zero-Emission Transport Electric vehicles and other transportation-based climate solutions have made a big splash in recent years, and for good reason – transportation accounts for about a fourth of global carbon dioxide emissions. In the U.S, it’s the economic sector with the single largest contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. With such a lar…
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Without shepherds to care for them, the threats posed to sheep run the gamut, from losing their way to being attacked by other animals. Simply put, sheep thrive under the guidance and protection of their shepherd. In this week's message from John 10, Pastor Bryan. takes us through Jesus' claim to be the "good shepherd." What is so remarkable about …
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Season 6 of The Catalyst by Softchoice kicks off with an episode that questions conventional wisdom about IT leadership. Aaron Brooks sits down with Eric Champagne, CIO of La Vie en Rose, to hear how Eric is flipping the script. Eric’s story is all about bridging a longstanding gap between IT and end-users, with the goal of making technology a tool…
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The Priority…Me!!! Retreat Is back, but this time available to any and all without travel or time off work. It Is scheduled Monday, May 13 through Friday, May 17, 2024. By using your PODCAST PATRON DISCOUNT CODE: ILISTEN15 you will receive 15% off when register. (Code excludes the hardship payment option) For more information and registration https…
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This season on The Catalyst, a podcast about unleashing the full potential in people and technology, co-hosts Aaron Brooks and Heather Haskin explore the transformative power of tech, not just within businesses, but also through the personal journeys of those at the forefront of change. Every episode is packed with stories of triumph and the valuab…
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Pat Koch and an army of figurative elves respond to upwards of 30,000 letters per year that are addressed to Santa Claus and miraculously arrive in their town of Santa Claus, Indiana. No one is paying them to do this, they're just normal folks doing the right thing because they can. And Pat is officially the "Chief Elf" of the town! Support the sho…
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When Laureen Wysocki stepped into the role of a caregiver for her husband, Kevin, with young-onset dementia, she embarked on a path that would test her strength and resilience. Our heartfelt conversation with this courageous opera singer and dedicated caregiver shines a light on the complexity and beauty of caring for a loved one. Laureen's narrati…
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Pat Koch and an army of figurative elves respond to upwards of 30,000 letters per year that are addressed to Santa Claus and miraculously arrive in their town of Santa Claus, Indiana. No one is paying them to do this, they're just normal folks doing the right thing because they can. And Pat is officially the "Chief Elf" of the town! Support the sho…
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Patient acquisition is HOT on the minds of healthcare marketers. As the race for first-party data, AI, and personalization heats up, service line marketing ROI has never been more critical. Join Anne DiNapoli Block, Managing Director, Data Solutions & Analytics at BPD; and Ben Fuqua, Senior Vice President of Data & Analytics at Revive as we discuss…
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"It was a lonely time in my life. I didn't want to read the word. I wasn't hearing God. It was hard to worship him. I had a lot of spiritual baggage. It was in the darkest moment when I had felt so far from the God that I loved...in his kindness [he said], 'It's still alive, Steph. I'm still here!'" Called Beyond Episode 9 features Steph Kaihoi who…
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The human tongue has real power. By our words, we can choose to reflect the image of God and to bring life and blessing to others, or we can speak death and deface the beauty and goodness of the world around us. In this conversation, Fr. Michael, Mary Bielski, and Laura Shoulders discuss the power of the tongue and the importance of our words. They…
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The stereotype of the solitary mathematician is widespread, but practicing users and producers of mathematics know well that our work depends heavily on our historical and contemporary fellow travelers. Yet we may not appreciate how our work also extends beyond us into our physical and societal environments. Kevin Lambert takes what might be a firs…
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What did historical evolutionists such as Charles Darwin and Herbert Spencer have to say about music? What role did music play in their evolutionary theories? What were the values and limits of these evolutionist turns of thought, and in what ways have they endured in present-day music research? Theorizing Music Evolution: Darwin, Spencer, and the …
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In 1845 an expedition led by Sir John Franklin vanished in the Canadian Arctic. The enduring obsession with the Franklin mystery, and in particular Inuit information about its fate, is partly due to the ways in which information was circulated in these imperial spaces. Arctic Circles and Imperial Knowledge: The Franklin Family, Indigenous Intermedi…
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Welcome to April's life update episode! I wanna talk you through the BIG changes happening BTS of the business and some exciting house and wedding updates today!We discuss: Saying goodbye to Next Level You and how that was for me! What's coming next for the business (a brand new offer!) Our house going on the market soon A wedding update! 💒 👉🏼 DM m…
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Planet Hope from The Times in partnership with Rolex and its Perpetual Planet Initiative. Follow the podcast now to never miss an episode. Rising sea levels, increasingly extreme weather patterns, alarming extinction of species—these headlines surround us everyday and are intensifying far more rapidly than we had ever feared. Yet, amidst these glob…
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Situated at the intersection of natural science and philosophy, Our Genes: A Philosophical Perspective on Human Evolutionary Genomics (Cambridge University Press, 2023) explores historical practices, investigates current trends, and imagines future work in genetic research to answer persistent, political questions about human diversity. Readers are…
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Professional home organizer Cass Henry tells of her recent experience with decluttering her life by “throwing out” a relationship that was taking up too much space. She is an inspiration to all she encounters. Though just recently free, she is encouraging others to follow her lead and let go of the things that are cluttering up your life. Find Cass…
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Welcome back to another amazing episode of your favorite paranormal show and boy do I have an amazing episode for you this time. I am being joined by Matt Tankersley, a paranormal experiencer with a whole lot of life experience as well. We have an amazing conversation about those experiences that started when he was a toddler and continue to this d…
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In 1971, the first lunar rover arrived on the moon. The design became an icon of American ingenuity and the adventurous spirit and vision many equated with the space race. Fifty years later, that vision feels like a nostalgic fantasy, but the lunar rover's legacy paved the way for Mars rovers like Sojourner, Curiosity, and Perseverance. Other rover…
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[Rumble Video Version: https://rumble.com/v4oru0x-sn1412-american-psychosis-accelerated-aging-and-shattering-novelty.html] [Episode Article: https://factionsoffreedom.jimdofree.com/2024/04/12/sn1412-american-psychosis-accelerated-aging-shattering-novelty/] We’re back from NFT NYC more energized than ever. This week’s episode is a serious deep dive …
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Glynnis MacNicol spent the long stretch of COVID lockdown mostly alone in small Upper West Side apartment, mostly without really touching another person. So by summer 2021, after vaccines had rolled out and restrictions were finally lifting, she jumped at the chance to stay at a friend's apartment in Paris, and immediately bought a plane ticket out…
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Richard Rothstein is the author of The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America and Just Action: How to Challenge Segregation Enacted Under the Color of Law, which he cowrote with his daughter Leah Rothstein. Richard joins Heath to discuss some of the historical background of how we became such a segregated country…
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Check out the full schedule here! Make sure to follow us on twitch for the Telethon! Join the Do You Validate Patreon https://www.patreon.com/DoYouValidate Join the Do You Validate Discord https://discord.gg/uh7xJv9gFe https://OddityRoadshow.com https://www.doyouvalidate.com/ https://twitter.com/OddityRoadshow https://twitter.com/Do_You_Validate…
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Happy to have Shellie Enteen return to the show to continue our conversation about the treasure trove that mythology of the Welsh Goddesses still holds for today's women. Shellie, an author, astrologer, interfaith minister, aromatherapist, educator, reiki master and public speaker has extensively researched the Druids for her trilogy, Revealing the…
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Welcome back to another fabulous episode with your favorite global strangers. For this episode we are discussing the phenomenon that has been sweeping the globe for the last couple decades that is Starseeds. What is a starseed and what can they do? Well if your asking that question then you must not of listened to all my episodes, one. Secondly str…
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Today's episode walks through the 5 steps to rediscover your purpose. You can go from feeling lost and directionless, especially as an empty nester, to creating your next chapter. There is a workbook/blueprint available to work through which you can get here. The feedback on this process has been great. Colleen, a fitness and nutrition empty nestin…
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What is a cool surface? Cool surfaces are roofs, walls, or pavements that are generally light-colored and highly reflective. When sunlight hits a white surface, its rays bounce off the surface rather than being absorbed, and are reflected back into space. Darker surfaces tend to absorb sunlight, trapping heat. Cool surfaces release this heat back i…
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Ingrid Piller speaks with James McElvenny about his new book A History of Modern Linguistics: From the Beginnings to World War II (Edinburgh UP, 2024). This book offers a concise history of modern linguistics from its emergence in the early nineteenth century up to the end of World War II. Written as a collective biography of the field, it concentr…
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As a fellow traveler on the caregiving journey, I know the daily grind can sometimes leave us feeling like mealtime is just another mountain to climb. That's why I'm bringing you tried-and-true meal planning strategies to lift the burden off your shoulders. We'll tackle everything from the art of crafting a weekly meal plan that syncs with the unpr…
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