What really happened to Jeffrey Epstein, and how did Mike Cernovich find himself involved the case? Listen to the latest podcast interview by Peter McCormack to find out the truth about Jeff Epstein as well as – Ghislaine Maxwell – Fake news – Antifa – Bitcoin
What does it mean to be a leader? How do you define winning? At its root, leadership is a responsibility to the people around us. Anyone on your team can become a leader. It’s the kind of team trust that transforms your co-workers into a family. Just like leadership, winning is an on-going process. Winning requires an infinite mindset. Every day we study and train so that we can become better than the day before. You must embrace the process. If you do, great leadership awaits you. In today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about the qualities of leadership and how to create a better office environment with a master of organizational leadership: Simon Sinek. Simon is a business consultant, author, and motivational speaker. He teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. As an author, he has released multiple best-selling books, Start With Why, Leaders Eat Last, Together is Better and Find Your Why. His latest book is The Infinite Game. Simon talks about his journey and why creating a great work environment is so important to him. He also discusses the Infinite Game and why it’s a process that will reap great benefits. So get ready to learn about playing the Infinite Game on Episode 862. Some Questions I Ask: Why does following your purpose require a personal sacrifice? (05:30) Is there one person in a business who is responsible for improving the culture? (17:15) What makes someone a leader? (26:20) How do you develop self-confidence? (32:05) What is the Infinite Mind? (41:20) What is the difference between an Individual athlete and a team athlete? (44:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: How to avoid sustained stress in business (10:00) Why you should always be inspired to go to work (21:50) Simon’s definition of a leader (26:20) How to build your self-confidence (32:05) Why the Infinite Mind is vital to our future success (41:20) If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video, show notes and more at http://lewishowes.com/862 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
In this special Athlete Voice edition of the podcast, we chat with Olympic and World Champion rifle shooter Abhinav Bindra about managing the mental pressures of elite sport. Abhinav is a 5 x Olympian, entrepreneur and active member of the IOC Athlete’s Commission. In this 20-minute podcast, Abhinav discusses: · How he found the sport of rifle shooting · Celebrating the ‘process’ throughout his decorated 22-year career · The importance of prevention, prehab and physical awareness · His current charitable work in India to prioritise athlete wellbeing and grow sport at the grassroots level Don’t miss out on the IOC World Conference Prevention of Injury & Illness in Sport (March 2020) https://ioc-preventionconference.org/
https://www.naturalhealth365.com presents "Chemical Industry Lies - Secret Papers Exposed" with Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Latham
CRACK THE HEALTH CODE. These days there are a million ways to live a healthy lifestyle. Every day we hear about a new diet or strategy. How do we know what works and what doesn’t work? Information is the key, and with the right information, we can vastly improve our lives. What if you were able to put some of the best health and science experts in one room. Fortunately, that’s what we were able to do. It’s a biohacking breach! On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I’ve combined key lessons from a few nutrition all-stars: Dr. Mark Hyman, Aubrey Marcus, Kelly Leveque, Dr. Steven Gundry, and Dave Asprey. Dr. Mark Hyman, Aubrey Marcus, Kelly Leveque, Dr. Steven Gundry, and Dave Asprey are all health care professionals and biohacking experts. Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D., is the founder and medical director of the UltraWellness Center, Director of the Cleveland Clinical Center for Functional Medicine, and the Chairman of the Board of the Institute for Functional Medicine. Kelly Leveque is a holistic nutritionist, wellness expert, and celebrity health coach based in Los Angeles, California. Her consulting business, Be Well By Kelly, grew out of her lifelong passion for health, the science of nutrition, and overall wellness. Aubrey Marcus is the founder and CEO of Onnit, a lifestyle brand based on a holistic health philosophy he calls Total Human Optimization. Dr. Steven Gundry has worked in medicine for over 40 years. He is the Director and Founder of the International Heart & Lung Institute as well as the Center for Restorative Medicine in Palm Springs and Santa Barbara, CA. Dave Asprey is the creator of the widely-popular Bulletproof Coffee, host of the podcast Bulletproof Radio, and author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Bulletproof Diet. So get ready to learn how to master your health on Episode 863. Some Questions I Ask: What are some of the things we can do with our bodies to improve our health? (20:00) Why is mindset crucial to your overall health? (10:45) How can you turn off hunger hormones? (17:30) Why aren’t most people at the fitness level they desire? (25:00) Does it matter whether our food is served hot or cold? (30:22) How can someone be positive when they’re broke and unhealthy? (22:00) In This Episode You Will Learn: About the five causes of all disease. (6:55) How to have a champion mindset with your body. (10:00) How bacteria from animal guts can make you younger and healthier. (22:11) Why plants had to adapt to animals. (37:30) About the feedback loop between your brain and your body. (41:23) If you enjoyed this episode, check out the videos, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/863 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
Klickt hier, um zum Manuskript zu gelangen: http://bit.ly/Deutschlernen_Langsam-gesprochene-Nachrichten_19102019 Täglich von Montag bis Samstag findet ihr hier aktuelle Tagesnachrichten der DW – langsam und verständlich gesprochen. Neben der Audio-Datei gibt es auch den vollständigen Text zum Mitlesen. Hier geht's zur Übersichtsseite: dw.com/langsamenachrichten
Do you spend time thinking of past mistakes? Do negative memories burden you? Thoughts of incidents you believe to be unfair. We all go through tough times in life. But sometimes we get stuck in feelings of despair and self-pity. There is a path out of that dark place. There are ways to replace self-pity with compassion and understanding. All champions go through challenges. The key is to use your experience as a stepping-stone that will lead you on a path to greatness. For this Five Minute Friday, I am introducing you to my friend Humble The Poet, who has a fantastic message about self-pity and compassion. Kanwer Singh, aka Humble The Poet, is a Toronto-bred MC/Spoken word artist, author, and motivational speaker. He stimulates audiences with ideas that challenge conventional wisdom and go against the grain, with dynamic live sets that shake conventions and minds at the same time. Learn how to defeat negativity and self-pity with compassion and self-love on Episode 864. In This Episode You Will Learn: How to limit and eliminate your self-pity. (2:14) The importance of giving children discipline and love. (2:55) Knowing how to take responsibility, even when it’s not your fault. (3:50) How to live your life as a Champion. (4:10) If you enjoyed this episode, check out the show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/864, and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes
Much of the attention around disaster leadership goes to response. However, a lot of what happens in response is shaped by the policy choices in mitigation, preparedness, and recovery. Alice Hill, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution where she focuses on potentially catastrophic global events such as climate change, speaks with us about leading resilience from a policy standpoint.
What's the similarity between engaging with an ex who didn't treat us very well, feeling burnt out and resentful after taking on extra work, and deliberating about or regretting something that we know isn't/wasn't a fit? They're all things that we've done or are contemplating doing *because* we perceive them to be "opportunities". Natalie breaks down why we need to be more discerning about opportunities, including sharing some tips on recognising when something *isn't* the opportunity we think it might be. Instagram: instagram.com/natlue Email: [email protected] Show notes: www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/156 Blog: www.baggagereclaim.com Membership: www.baggagereclaim.co.uk/membership Twitter: twitter.com/baggagereclaim
Direct-to-consumer genetic tests are sold online and in shops as a way to “find out what your DNA says". They insights into ancestry or disease risks; others claim to provide information on personality, athletic ability, and child talent. However, interpretation of genetic data is complex and context dependent, and DTC genetic tests may produce false positive and false negative results. Rachel Horton, clinical training fellow, Anneke Lucassen, chair of British Society of Genetic Medicine, and Jude Hayward the RCGP clinical champion for genomics join us to discuss how this deluge of genetic data is affecting patients, GPs and clinical geneticists in the NHS. Read the full article: https://www.bmj.com/content/367/bmj.l5688
Mental illness is one of the most stigmatised areas of modern life. Recently there has been a sea-change in the public conversation around mental health including concerted anti-stigma campaigns. These include raising awareness, emphasising the ubiquity of mental health problems, changing the terminology and language of the discourse and challenging the disease status of psychiatric conditions. Is there evidence that these approaches are successful? Research reveals only modest shifts in attitudes and some authorities point to negative unintended consequences. I will discuss these issues and propose ways forward such as promoting proximity and integration and advocacy. Speaker: Anthony David, Director of the new Institute of Mental Health at UCL Date: Thursday 10 October 2019 UCL's popular public Lunch Hour Lecture series has been running at UCL since 1942, and showcases the exceptional research work being undertaken across UCL. Lectures are free and open to all.
Max is joined by Harriet Washington, journalist, ethicist and author of the award-winning book "Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present" for a discussion of the book's legacy 12 years after its publishing, and her insights on unequal medical treatment on the basis of race, and the current landscape of medical research and drug discovery.
Speaker(s): Professor Guy Standing, Caroline Lucas, David Lammy | In this event about his new book Guy Standing leads us through a new appraisal of the commons, stemming from the medieval concept of common land reserved in ancient law from marauding barons, to his modern reappraisal of the resources we all hold in common. Accelerated by Margaret Thatcher and then even more so in the austerity era, our Commons have been depleted illegitimately. The commons belong to all commoners, and include the natural resources, inherited social amenities and services, our cultural inheritance, the institutions of civil common law and the knowledge commons. The rights of commoners were first established in the Magna Carta and the Charter of the Forest in 1217. This presentation will draw on a new book to show how all forms of commons have been taken in the neo-liberal era, through enclosure, commodification, privatisation and, most shockingly, colonisation. It will highlight how this has increased inequality. It will conclude by outlining the key components of a 44-Article Charter of the Commons that could be an integrated part of an ecologically progressive politics in Britain and elsewhere. Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) is MP for Brighton Pavilion. She served as leader of the Green Party of England and Wales from 2008-2012, and co-leader from 2016-2018. Guy Standing is Professorial Research Associate, SOAS, and a founder and co-President of BIEN. His new book is Plunder of the Commons: A Manifesto for Sharing Public Wealth. David Lammy (@DavidLammy)is Labour MP for Tottenham. Mike Savage (@MikeSav47032563) is Martin White Professor of Sociology at LSE and Director of the International Inequalities Institute. The International Inequalities Institute (@LSEInequalities) at LSE brings together experts from many LSE departments and centres to lead cutting-edge research focused on understanding why inequalities are escalating in numerous arenas across the world, and to develop critical tools to address these challenges. Twitter Hashtag for this event: #LSEWealth
From Staple Hill Radio. Our first radio show broadcast at 3pm on Wednesday 16th October 2019. Our new HUB REPORTER radio station arrived today with Russell Prue, he worked with our group of young broadcasters and produced this. This is our radio team's first ever show, Pupils from YR3 to YR6 researched, wrote and performed their show live to the school. Find out more about this school here www.StapleHillPrimary.co.uk Find out more about Russell's work here www.Andertontiger.com/Russell
Professor Steven Smith and Hugh Hewitt discuss the importance of Homer.
This seminar was given by Ndidi Nwuneli, co-founder of AACE Foods and Managing Partner, Sahel Consulting. She is a former senior fellow at M-RCBG. This seminar was given as part of M-RCBG's weekly Business & Government seminar series and was also held on World Food Day, October 15, 2019.
Artist Lari Pittman.