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Holistic Survival is about being prepared for modern survival with simple, realistic steps everyone can take to make the world a better place. It's about turning problems into possibilities. It's about stability and community and equipping, fortifying, perfecting, providing, and securing peace of mind. It's about self-reliance and personal responsibility. Who is behind The Holistic Survival Show? The name Jason Hartman has become synonymous with exposing the rigged game on Wall Street and gu ...
 
The podcast for those who like their knitting, yarn and comedy in equally large measures. Hosted by UK knitter Jo Milmine, there are regular interviews with all your favourite designers and dyers. Get the latest knitting news, yarn and pattern book reviews, show updates along with local yarn shop visits and knitting related travel. Business minded? Enjoy the interviews with knitting and yarn entrepreneurs for top tips and inspiration on making it in the industry. Enjoy the finest funny knitt ...
 
This Podcast is a wide net cast across the cosmos, sinking to the depths of Psyche, and reaching for the light in myth to see how heaven can be found here, now, while you are listening. It includes conversations with the most interesting of folks and solo shows with myself, Adam Sommer. If you enjoy astrology or magic or medicine, this is your show. If you enjoy the cosmos and all the mysterious ways it manifests in our lives, you have found the place. Enjoy www.HolestoHeavens.com
 
Are you a leader who is always looking to take your game to the next level? Maybe you’re new to leadership or aspiring to become a leader? This podcast is for self-motivated and growth-oriented current and future leaders who want actionable, results-oriented insight and advice on how to take their leadership, communication, and people skills to the next level and become the kind of leader people *want* to follow.
 
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The RAF Comforts Committee was formed by the Air Council in October 1939 to determine the type and quantities of 'knitted comforts' required for the RAF as well as arrange for their collection, storage and distribution through their depots. Inspired by a random eBay purchase of an RAF Comforts Committee pin badge some years ago, and recently redisc…
 
This show I lay down as an offering at the feet of Mars. It's my prayer that he approves of the content, the delivery, the music chosen, and the overall spirit of the show. It's a solo one. I hope that you learn something both new and old about Mars by listening. I also hope it dispels any fears you may have around him as well. www.Holestoheavens.c…
 
What allows a workplace culture to survive, adapt and thrive in the face of change? That is the crucial question so many leaders are (or should be) asking themselves today. On this episode of The TalentGrow Show, leadership training expert Esther Weinberg joins Halelly to tackle this issue and present the unique leadership framework she calls The R…
 
No More Ladies (1935) is a highbrow take on how to turn the tables on a cheating husband. It has style for days--in the dialogue, performances, fashion. Even better, the picture boasts a collection of sass mouth dames such as Edna May Oliver, Gail Patrick, and Joan Fontaine, in her screen debut. After Joan's through with Bob Montgomery, he's more s…
 
Phil Harvey is today’s guest, discussing his recent book and a few ways that tax dollars are distributed to some for questionable reasons. Phil shares everything from billionaires receiving million-dollar payouts for owning farmland to customers paying double the price of sugar in the local grocery store. Book: Welfare for the Rich: How Your Tax Do…
 
He is one of the most famous economic investigative journalists of all time, Jason Hartman interviews James B. Steel. Jason ask James about the decimated middle class, how did we get here, and how can we get out? As well, James touches on health care and the American dream, and how to make the middle class viable again. Book: America What Went Wron…
 
Elizabeth Taylor won her first Oscar by playing a brave woman who declared sexual independence. What makes her performance a stand out is the rage that anchors her libido. When Taylor appears in a fury, stomping around in a slip, high heels, and a stolen mink, with a bottle of hooch under her arm, she gives you the strength to fight another day. Af…
 
Jason Hartman talks about the K-Shaped recovery. Are we moving to a smaller economy? Can Biden kill the 1031 exchange, and use those tax funds elsewhere? How will this impact every aspect of real estate surrounding investor deals? Jason interviews Chairman of Whalen Global Advisors LLC, R. Christopher Whalen. Whalen speaks on location changes of pe…
 
What are consumer advocates doing right now? Jason Hartman talks with the executive director of Consumer Federation of America, Jack Gillis, about where his focus is right now. With COVID-19 playing such a large role in every aspect of business, it's no wonder that there have been a large number of related scams introduced in 2020. As well, Jack an…
 
Do you invite people to be open with you, and to push back on your thoughts and ideas? And when you have “fierce” conversations, do you deepen your connection or push people away as a result? This week on the TalentGrow Show, we’re rebroadcasting Halelly’s conversation with Susan Scott, best-selling author and leadership development architect, to e…
 
Adam Gainsburg returns to talk about Mars, just in time. With the infamous retrograde in Aries visible on the horizon, it is important to have the cyclical context. Adam and I share a passion for such a context. There is no replacement for actual sky experience or understanding where a planet is in its cycle. This is what we explore in this show. A…
 
Joel Pollak, senior editor and in-house counsel at Breitbart News, joins Jason Hartman to discuss his new book Red November, Will the Country Vote Red for Trump or Red for Socialism? Pollak and Hartman wind through a road of political discussion ranging from activism to the POTUS race. As well, they critically discuss how mainstream media shares th…
 
This week is sponsored by Back to School, specifically the absolute abomination that is school shoe shopping. Despite indeed having no school for the kids, I decided to brave Clarks and get the pre-requisite footwear on a special early morning appointment. Sadly, this did not prevent the usual dick move behaviour when shopping for shoes from my dea…
 
I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955) was one of MGM's biggest box office hits. Susan Hayward earned rave reviews and her fourth Oscar nomination for Best Actress. Based on the life story of Lillian Roth, the production brought Susan Hayward her share of sorrow. The strain on set, a bitter divorce, and a custody battle drove her to a breakdown. Susan overdosed …
 
Patrick M. Wood, founder of Citizens For Free Speech, joins Jason Hartman for an in-depth discussion on technocracy. Who are some examples of current technocrats, and how are they influencing the economy? What is the link between Agenda 21 and technocracy? Wood and Hartman discuss the shift away from high-rise living due to COVID-19, something that…
 
We all know at least one person who knows just how to push our buttons. Staying poised and not ‘losing it’ in the face of difficult people -- and difficult times -- is an especially important skill for leaders to cultivate. On this episode of The TalentGrow Show, Halelly chats with author and former FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer Dr. Ma…
 
Following an existential corona crisis a few episodes back, I've added more blonde streaks, I'm working on the Mini and I have been looking for some vintage inspired pieces to add to my wardrobe. This week I've gone through A Stitch in Time Volume 2 by Susan Crawford and Jane Waller to select my top five must-knit patterns. These have been chosen f…
 
Dr. Bryan Taylor joins Jason Hartman as they rewind the clock 1,000 years to look at the history of interest rates and housing costs. The bubonic plague and the Spanish Flu have both had an impact on economics. How does this relate to Coronavirus? Living in urban areas has historically been out of necessity. Currently, technological advances have t…
 
In this show, Jason Holley returns to explore Myth in my favorite way: with Imagination! We find ourselves exploring the Jason story and his potential lack of initiation on his quest after the Golden Fleece. There is a lot to unpack in this show and we do our best to relate it to this Mars in Aries moment we are in. It's best I just allow you to li…
 
Paris Model (1953) isn't the best of Eva Gabor's pictures, but it has a delightful spoof of her older sister, Zsa Zsa, and is a true gem. Eva Gabor stars in the best of four stories about the fortunes of one dress in the lives of different women. Eva had years of studio system training before she developed serious acting ambition for the stage. She…
 
Jason Hartman discusses the economic recovery after the Spanish Flu. How was the economy leading up to the Spanish Flu, and how did the value of a paper money change globally? How does this relate to our current pandemic recovery, and what have we done differently? The wealthiest US generation is starting to die off. Jason talks about the largest w…
 
This week it's about finding a mindless way to feel productive by painting the fence. There's a lot going on at Casa Shiny and my parents have been restricted again in Greater Manchester, along with a load of friends, so the 'rona is making its presence felt. Thus, I have included some quality Youtube material to give you a giggle, including the Fl…
 
Do you need to tend to your personal brand? What is a side hustle and is it for you? Even if you’re not an entrepreneur? Yes. It’s been a good idea for professionals for a while. But during these uncertain times of the coronavirus pandemic and WFH, it’s even more important than ever. No worries - in today’s rebroadcast episode of The TalentGrow Sho…
 
Dancing was often used as a stand-in for sex on the big screen, as it was for Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire, but when Carole Lombard and George Raft move to Ravel, it *is* sex on the dance floor. Their ecstasy makes Bolero (1934) the filthiest pre-Code on record. Sally Rand performs her famous fan dance to add to the lusty flavour of the picture. …
 
What are the relations with China looking like for the US and for the rest of the globe? Brendan Ahern of the ChinaLastNight.com blog updates Jason Hartman on what he sees with China’s economy. Brendan touches on China’s ability to re-establish trust moving forward and how they might change from being such a largely export dependent country. Key Ta…
 
Alec returns to the show to share with us the Geometry of Grace. It's a beautiful synthesis of many systems into the work that he is now doing. If you are into Human Design, you will enjoy it. If you are into Astrology, you are in. If you like Healing, well, this will be gold for you. Have a listen. Enjoy art by Tamano www.Holestoheavens.com Suppor…
 
Coronavirus Quarantine Survivor, attorney, author, and actress, Juanita Ingram joins Jason Hartman to discuss Taiwan's reaction to Coronavirus, approximately 30 days before it hit the U.S. What did Taiwan do right, and how did SARS prepare them for this problem. Born in Tennessee, and made her way through the U.K. and finally to Taiwan, hear Juanit…
 
Eight years of the Shinybees Knitting Podcast means today is my Octopodiversary! Not sure if that is even a real world, but I'm now going to own it on the whole internet. This show is a roundup of my top 8 episodes of the past 8 years. Maybe you're a new listener and haven't gone that far back yet. perhaps you've been listening for a while - maybe …
 
This week there's a new home for the podcast community on the horizon, so there's a lot of chat about that - and about the general negativity of social media in general. The podcast is intended to be a fun and uplifting experience, so I am reluctant to bring listeners to a community on a platform that is negative and horrible to be on. I'm fleshing…
 
An executive in Universal studio turned down Yvonne De Carlo's request for the part of the waitress in A Double Life. He explained the way the system worked--Yvonne was rock candy, not dipped chocolates. They wanted to keep her in the stuff that sold and sold. Robert Siodmak felt otherwise and fought to keep her in the role for Criss Cross that pro…
 
Dr. Richard D. Wolff, professor of economics and author of Understanding Marxism, joins Jason Hartman today, discussing the global economic meltdown. Wolff shares his interpretation of marxism and why he believes that is has been poorly applied. As well, Hartman and Wolff discuss capitalism in America, the perception and the reality. Wolff and Hart…
 
Trustworthiness may be the most important quality a leader can have. Interestingly, recent studies show us that there has been a dramatic decline in trust from previous generations to now. Trust in other people, in the media, and in the government, are all at all-time lows, and this inevitably feeds into the workplace, too. In this episode, trust e…
 
Renn returns to talk about his new book, Oh, Goddess-a book all about reclaiming the feminine in the pantheon we use in Western Astrology. Naturally, we also discuss Grof, Tarnas, breathing, and psychedelics as well; a given when we converse. Enjoy www.Holestoheavens.com Support the show: www.Patreon.com/adamsommer Renn's site: www.Rennbutler.com…
 
Jason Hartman interviews best selling author Scott Turow. Jason and Scott discuss what changes to expect in the wake of coronavirus. They travel through a conversation of technology in legal settings and positive changes in the pharmaceutical industry. Will we see some constitutional changes? Scott Turow is a best-selling author, widely known for O…
 
Dean Reuter: General Counsel, Vice President, and Director of the Practice Groups for the Federalists Society For Law and Public Policy, joins Jason Hartman. Today they discuss the benefits and drawbacks of Federalism at the state level. As well, will we see more partnerships between government and tyrannical tech companies? Will they go beyond tra…
 
We’re back after a regrettable rain and laptop-based accident, which caused an unplanned break in the schedule. If you decide to do yoga outside, remember to bring your computer back in when you are finished. If you live in the North, it’s probably going to rain, even if it is cracking the flags currently. A two-week break from any sort of work has…
 
Are you having ongoing, regular, and timely conversations with every single one of your employees about performance, goals, career, and feedback? Or are you waiting for the once- or twice-per-year ‘Performance Review’ formal conversations? Purposeful conversations positively contribute to the employee’s current and future level of performance and e…
 
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