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  • 二十几岁应该什么 · 主播粒粒 NO.92

    · 为你读英语美文

    本期主播:粒粒-就职于中央电视台本期文章:Why 30 is not the new 20录制地点:北京Why 30 is not the new 20By Meg JayThere are 50 million twentysomethings in the United States right now. We&`&re talking about 15 percent of the population, or 100 percent if you consider that no one&`&s getting through adulthood without going through their 20s first.I specialize in twentysomethings because I believe that every single one of those 50 million twentysomethings deserves to know what psychologists, sociologists, neurologists and fertility specialists already know: that claiming your 20s is one of the simplest, yet most transformative, things you can do for work, for love, for your happiness, maybe even for the world. Your 20s are the time to educate yourself about your body and your options. a time when your ordinary, day-to-day life has an inordinate impact on who you will become.Too many thirtysomethings and fortysomethings look at themselves, and at me, sitting across the room, and say about their 20s, "What was I doing? What was I thinking?" I want to change what twentysomethings are doing and thinking.Here&`&s a story about how that can go. It&`&s a story about a woman named Emma. At 25, Emma came to my office because she was, in her words, having an identity crisis. She said she thought she might like to work in art or entertainment, but she hadn&`&t decided yet, so she&`&d spent the last few years waiting tables instead. Because it was cheaper, she lived with a boyfriend who displayed his temper more than his ambition. And as hard as her 20s were, her early life had been even harder. Well one day, Emma comes in and she hangs her head in her lap, and she sobbed for most of the hour. She&`&d just bought a new address book, and she&`&d spent the morning filling in her many contacts, but then she&`&d been left staring at that empty blank that comes after the words "In case of emergency, please call ..." She was nearly hysterical when she looked at me and said, "Who&`&s going to be there for me if I get in a car wreck? Who&`&s going to take care of me if I have cancer?"Now in that moment, it took everything I had not to say, "I will." But what Emma needed wasn&`&t some therapist who really, really cared. Emma needed a better life, and I knew this was her chance.So over the next weeks and months, I told Emma three things that every twentysomething, male or female, deserves to hear.First, I told Emma to forget about having an identity crisis and get some identity capital. By "get identity capital," I mean do something that adds value to who you are. Do something that&`&s an investment in who you might want to be next. I didn&`&t know the future of Emma&`&s career, and no one knows the future of work, but I do know this: Identity capital begets identity capital. So now is the time for that cross-country job, that internship, that startup you want to try. I&`&m not discounting twentysomething exploration here, but I am discounting exploration that&`&s not supposed to count, which, by the way, is not exploration. That&`&s procrastination. I told Emma to explore work and make it count.Second, I told Emma that the urban tribe is overrated. Best friends are great for giving rides to the airport, but twentysomethings who huddle together with like-minded peers limit who they know, what they know, how they think, how they speak, and where they work. That new piece of capital, that new person to date almost always comes from outside the inner circle. New things come from what are called our weak ties, our friends of friends of friends. So yes, half of twentysomethings are un- or under-employed. But half aren&`&t, and weak ties are how you get yourself into that group. Half of new jobs are never posted, so reaching out to your neighbor&`&s boss is how you get that unposted job. It&`&s not cheating. It&`&s the science of how information spreads.Last but not least, Emma believed that you can&`&t pick your family, but you can pick your friends. Now this was true for her growing up, but as a twentysomething, soon Emma would pick her family when she partnered with someone and created a family of her own. I told Emma the time to start picking your family is now. Now you may be thinking that 30 is actually a better time to settle down than 20, or even 25, and I agree with you. But grabbing whoever you&`&re living with or sleeping with when everyone on Facebook starts walking down the aisle is not progress. The best time to work on your marriage is before you have one, and that means being as intentional with love as you are with work. Picking your family is about consciously choosing who and what you want rather than just making it work or killing time with whoever happens to be choosing you.So what happened to Emma? Well, we went through that address book, and she found an old roommate&`&s cousin who worked at an art museum in another state. That weak tie helped her get a job there. That job offer gave her the reason to leave that live-in boyfriend. Now, five years later, she&`&s a special events planner for museums. She&`&s married to a man she mindfully chose. She loves her new career, she loves her new family, and she sent me a card that said, "Now the emergency contact blanks don&`&t seem big enough."Now Emma&`&s story made that sound easy, but that&`&s what I love about working with twentysomethings. They are so easy to help. Twentysomethings are like airplanes just leaving LAX, bound for somewhere west. Right after takeoff, a slight change in course is the difference between landing in Alaska or Fiji. Likewise, at 21 or 25 or even 29, one good conversation, one good break, one good TED Talk, can have an enormous effect across years and even generations to come.So here&`&s an idea worth spreading to every twentysomething you know. It&`&s as simple as what I learned to say to Alex. It&`&s what I now have the privilege of saying to twentysomethings like Emma every single day: Thirty is not the new 20, so claim your adulthood, get some identity capital, use your weak ties, pick your family. Don&`&t be defined by what you didn&`&t know or didn&`&t do. You&`&re deciding your life right now. 垫乐:1. Kevin Kern - Light Spirit 灵光仙子2. Kevin Kern - Twilight&`&s Embrace3. 程壁-给少年的歌主播:粒粒 | 制作:永清文字及垫乐归作者或版权方所有图片源于网络微信公众号:为你读英语美文官方新浪微博:@为你读英语美文荔枝FM , PODCAST搜索【为你读英语美文】收听

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  • EPISODE TWENTY THREE :: Emma Lehan of The Fleece and Wheel - Having and Go + Thoughts on Sourcing Locally

    · 00:38:35 · Close Knit

    The Close Knit podcast showcases artists, designers, and makers from all over the world who work with fibre in its many forms. Knitters, spinners, sewers, textile artists - all will be celebrated on the Close Knit podcast. In Episode 23 of the Close Knit Podcast, I spoke to Emma Lehan of The Fleece and Wheel.Emma is a knitter and spinner based in Queensland. We chat about how Emma’s interest in knitting eventually led her to spinning, and how her thoughtful partner gave her a drop spindle as a christmas present a few years ago, leading her down the path she’s on now. Last year, Emma got involved in an Etsy Local market, which was a huge motivator for her to get her business up and running. We talk about how she’s managed her business and why she’s chosen to source locally. Emma walks me through how she has found her sources of fibre and how she’s developed these relationships over time. Emma's Handspun Alpaca for the giveaway!  Emma is generously sponsoring a giveaway of 3 luscious skeins of her handspun alpaca! Here's how to enter: 1. Follow @thefleeceandwheel on instagram 2. Follow @close_knit on instagram3. Comment on this blog post with your instagram handle and name GIVEAWAY CLOSES FRIDAY, 27TH JAN 2017 8am AEST.  Emma's biggest bit of advice:"Have a go. Because a lot of people think 'I can't possibly do that'. and that's wrong, of course you can, you just have to try... Just start, and don't get discouraged"  People/ Things we mentioned in the podcast:Tanis Fiber Arts - who Emma blames for turning her into a yarn snobBoho chic Fibre Co - handspun and handdyed, and knit designsAurelian townsend  - incredible weaver and spinnerthe unusual pear - where Emma got her first drop spindle!pickle and co fibres - the amazing indie dyer who introduced Emma to White Gum Wool Find Emma: website | instagram Want more? Subscribe: Itunes or Pocket CastsLike what you're hearing? Awesome! I'm glad you've found your way to this podcast. Please feel free to subscribe, leave a review on iTunes (this makes all the difference to reaching more people!) and share with your loved ones. Thanks for tuning in.Until next time! xxAni

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  • 136| Fast Hospital Birth + Navigating Low Breastmilk Supply - Emma Gomez

    · 00:35:58 · The Birth Hour

    The family was excited when they found out Emma was pregnant.  Emma had an amazing pregnancy, she felt powerful and proud to be nurturing a baby.  After hesitantly deciding to have a hospital birth (because of costs) Emma was able to maintain her goal of an unmedicated labor and delivery. Emma's contractions sped up ferociously and she almost did not make it to the hospital. Emma arrived at the hospital and the baby was earth side within 20 minutes and 3 pushes. Emma planned to breastfeed and had to deal with the challenge of extremely low milk supply. She was unprepared for this challenge and felt the doctors and lactation consultants she worked with did not support her breastfeeding or understanding of low supply. Emma was incredibly resilient and worked hard to continue to breastfeed along with supplementing. Emma has become very knowledgeable about low supply issues and resources for mothers. She wants other mothers to know that low supply issues are common, their many contributing factors, and a great deal of lactogenic foods, herbs, and activities to support milk production. Emma is a hard working Social Worker and Therapist for Native American youth in her Bay Area community.  Emma met and fell in love with Davey many moons ago while they attended college.  Emma and her partner Davey have created a beautiful home together in Berkeley, CA with their pup Rio,  The family welcomed Zia in the summer of 2016.  Emma loves being a mother and feels blessed for the light that Zia brings to her family and life.

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  • 58: Replacing Perfectionism and "Not Good Enough” with Authentic Self Love (Emma Bell)

    · 00:27:47 · Vibrant Happy Women with Dr. Jen Riday | Get happier! Inspiration & motivation from authentic & empowered moms, entrepreneurs, coaches and happiness / self-help experts like Brené Brown, Gretchen Rubin, Tony Robbins, Elizabeth Gilbert, Glennon Doyle Melt

    After a fantastic career as a high-level lawyer, a marriage that looked great from the outside and all the normal definitions of success, Emma Bell realized she wasn’t happy and that she didn’t even really know herself. In this touching episode Emma shares how she learned to be compassionate with herself and live authentically, which set off a chain of events that included becoming an authenticity and mindfulness coach, finding the love of her life (who complements rather than “completes” her) and having the thrill of helping hundreds of other women make the same journey to self love. Emma Bell lives in a beautiful Scottish village with her husband, Graeme, and her jack russell, Buddy. After seventeen years as a corporate lawyer, the high pressure/long hours culture forced her to realize she was a square peg squeezing into a round hole. She worked as a judge for seven years, during which time she published her book, The True You, and began coaching. She now pursues her passions of writing, teaching authenticity, and motorbiking with her husband around the world. Nuggets of Wisdom from Emma: "David Foster Wallace said, 'You will become way less concerned about what others think of you when you realize how seldom they do.' I just love that quote because it is a reminder to me not to waste a second worrying about what others think of me. You have to live your life with yourself first. I think being true to your values and your principles is what matters most, and it is something I spent 30 years learning." "For me, it was the point which I realized I had absolutely no idea who I was, that was important to me. I realized I had been living according to everyone else's idea of success. So, that was really when I realized that I needed to get to know myself." "I had always been so hard on myself. I was not working hard enough, or I was not trying hard enough or I was a failure or.... I started to change those messages... then self-care becomes a lot easier." "Be clear about what success means to you. My definition of success is having the peace of mind of knowing that I have been the best of which I am capable in every single moment. I have given my full self, I have given my heart, I have given my love in every single moment. That is what success means for me." "Every single day, just take one step toward your idea of success. Just do one thing that moves you toward your idea of success. And those are, for me, the daily rituals." Some of Emma's Favorite Things: Personal habit: "Mindfulness and getting up every morning and meditating." Easy meal: "Salmon with mango and avocado salsa. Chop up a mango. Chop up an avocado. Put in some red onion.  Get the juice of two limes. Cush it all together and serve it along side baked salmon." Possession: "My husband. He is an awesome cook." Emma's Favorite Books: "Wishes Fulfilled by Wayne Dyer" Best advice received: "Emma, you can do everything you want- just not all at the same time. " Emma's Happiness Formula: 1. Being mindful 2. Being authentic 3. Being self-caring 4. Being giving. 5. Being grateful. A Challenge from Emma: I would challenge your listeners to spend 10 minutes being mindful. Resources Self Love Checklist emmajbell.com The True You - sign up and get a free copy of the Emma's book Wishes Fulfilled by Wayne Dyer Vibrant Happy Women Facebook Group Subscribe to Vibrant Happy Women:  

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  • 73: 2016 Merrymaker review! The epic, the good, the bad, the blessings!

    · #MerryBiz

    In episode 73 we take a look back at 2016 and the year that it was! Holey moley… big freaking year!  Take a listen! We have lotsa fun in this episode! Most loved moment of 2016? Carla:  My most loved moment in 2016 probably I’m gonna say our road trip, L.A to San Francisco it was freaking amazing and the best thing ever. Emma: There was just so many epic things that I can’t even think which one but I think it would be all the traveling combined! What was your most favorite travel moment? Carla: Most fav. travel moment would be when we went to Bangkok and we were on a roof top bar looking over the amazing city at all the lights all the stars and just crazy meeting amazing people. Emma: I think both America trips and Bangkok trip and also Melbourne trip, going to the races, going to the Melbourne cup. What about your biggest lesson of 2016? Emma: Biggest lesson would be ‘focus on joy’ like just always focus on adding more joy to your day and your projects and whatever you’re doing because, life is short and you don’t know when it’s gonna end. Like you just don’t know. So it’s like, what‘s the point of getting really stressed out about work, business, relationships when actually you don’t know your time is up? Focus on adding joy and if you find yourself being cranky, being nasty because of just a bad mood like have stuff that can get out of your funk. Be aware of what is creating that funk. Figure out how to make it get better just self-awareness of that, self-awareness of happiness. Favorite Podcast Episode? That we recorded with another person we interviewed… Emma: I think all the ones with Dan Norris because they were live, and also Mark Manson’s podcast. He was so helpful, he has this really good perspective of life stuff and to make it less sucky, he’s really awesome. I would definitely recommend going back in listening to that one. Carla: My favorite podcast episode I’m gonna say yes to both what you said (Mark Manson and Dan Norris) I agree with you. But also Hal Elrod. His episode helped so many people and it helped us as well. Favorite book you read this year? Carla and Emma: Create or Hate by Dan Horris Emma: The art of War  by Steven Pressfield, The Subtle of Not Giving a Fuck Favorite Restaurant/Dinner Moment of 2016? Emma: We’ve had so many dinners this year! Carla: Can I just combine all the bonita bonitas together? Emma: Mexican foods, mexican tacos and the best margaritas! What about overseas dinner? Emma: Phuket, in Melbourne when we went to Facny Hanks! Carla: What about Ojai when we had Pizza with Derek and Marleen under the fairy lights?! What about the Monterey… What about in New York we went to Mexican? Hardest Moment of 2016? Emma: There was a lot of struggles with direction, clarity, we made mistakes or what to focus our energy on, it’s just being a massive year of stepping up and not quite making it. We were stepping up, learning but everything kinda little but BLAH! Carla: The hardest moment to deal with has been the book. Because I thought that with the book we learned our lesson from the last book and then this book happened and I was really excited about it and then it’s just had to so many delays. Emma: You know what’s been the biggest lesson for me? No more books just stick to online. Tune into the episode as we take you way back to January 2016 the 1st of Jan. We go through everything that’s happened in Merrymaker Land. The Plan for 2017… our focus will be.. The Challenge The App doubling down on that The book Partnerships and Collaboration We wanna send out huge love Merry vibes to YOU for tuning in to our podcast this year! We can’t wait to bring you more Merry magic during 2017!

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  • Ep. 471: Emma Seppala Interview with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio

    · 00:37:18 · Trend Following with Michael Covel

    Emma Seppala is today’s guest. She is author of “The Happiness Track: How to Apply the Science of Happiness to Accelerate Your Success.” She is the Associate Director for the Center of Compassion at Stanford University. Emma’s work isn’t based on theories or common knowledge, there is a tremendous amount of neuroscience backing her work. Emma starts the podcast off stating that being happy is a very subjective experience. With that in mind, in general, happiness is divided into two main categories; hedonic and eudemonic. Hedonic happiness doesn’t last long and is more associated with short burst of excitement such as sex and food. Eudemonic is much longer lasting and is more associated with self-fulfillment. Emma goes into depth explaining and giving example of both forms of happiness. Michael asks Emma to talk about the myth of success next. Emma says Americans are over stimulating themselves, and believing that running on adrenaline is the best way to get things done. Chronic stress is actually what we are embracing and it starts to deplete our immune system. Emma acknowledges that you may not be able to control the world around you, but you can control your state of mind. Working on Stanford’s campus, Emma has seen first hand the severe epidemic of students buying into myths of happiness, especially on higher achieving campuses. They believe the only way to be successful is to burn themselves into the ground and of course, this notion is completely false. Unplugging and taking more vacations is the best way for us to reach our maximum potential. Creativity and happiness in the workplace depends on it. Next, Emma discusses the impact breathing has on our emotions. There are different breathing practices that help out with stress and anxiety. Nurturing more calmness in our life helps us manage our energy much more. There was a study done at Harvard that showed our brains wonder 50% of the time. However, science shows that we are never happier than when we are in the moment of now. With technology constantly at our fingertips, it is getting harder and harder to be in the present moment. But when we are in the moment, it boosts our charisma and happiness. People are drawn toward others that are satisfied being in the present moment with them. Michael and Emma turn the conversation to negative emotions. These emotions make us more focused on ourselves and selfish. When the focus shifts to positivity, authenticity is created. Others crave authentic people they can connect to. They finish on talking about creativity and how to best tap into the creative parts of your brain. Just by making small changes in the way you work can really make a huge difference in the way your feel and your brain works. In this episode of Trend Following Radio: Benefits of happiness Stresses in life Controlling your mind Happiness in college Cultivating resilience Tapping into the opposite of fight or flight response Impact of different breathing techniques Living in the moment of now Authenticity The flow state Activating creativity

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  • FB 67 Emma Snowsill

    · 00:49:02 · TriSpecific | Ironman Triathlon Coaching Podcast

    Last week you heard some great insights from Champion Athlete, Jan Frodeno on his quest to take on Kona and what he has had to do to make the transition from short-course to long-course a successful one. Today we get to talk his wife, Olympic Gold Medalist, Commonwealth Medalist and 3x World Champion - Emma Snowsill. Emma has enjoyed an amazing career but has dealt with some serious health issues, that ultimately lead to her retiring from the sport. As a result Emma has learned some hard lessons and had decided to embark on a quest to fully understand health and help educate athletes as to what real health actually means. Emma Talks About: What being a World Champion has taught her. Why she stopped racing. Emma's personal health journey. Learning about true health. Understanding that what we eat underpins performance. Giving back to the sport. Being an ambassador. Educating people on the sport through commentary. What is in store for Emma. This was a fantastic opportunity to sit down and speak candidly with such a remarkable athlete - and person. Emma's positivity is amazing as she prefers to view her health battles as step into a new direction and career, rather than something that holds her back. Emma's story carries the message that as athletes we owe it ourselves to understand what true health really is. You should check Emma out on Instagram and via her Website.  

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  • Episode 34. New Year's (2013) Resolution! Less bugs and more coverage!

    · 00:42:47 · Java Pub House

    Episode 34. New Year's (2013) Resolution! Less bugs and more coverage! ---- Ok, so we all celebrated (but may not remember) the end of the old year and the beginning of a new year! This is a time for starting new things, and trying to be a little better. How about starting by looking at our code and squish some bugs! By using findbugs we can easily test for the 'duh' (and some not so duh) bugs quickly by looking and automatically analyzing our code. After adding Findbugs, we can then add Emma, which will look and measure our unit test code coverage (if you are into such a thing). These two tools are like the Richard Simmons that let us lose the unwanted bug weight in this new year! If you just joined us, remember to follow me on Twitter! (@fguime) Beer of the Episode: Anchor Brewing's Liberty Ale |~|P |~|P |~|P |~|P |~|P |~|P |~|P Anchor Brewing's Liberty Ale |_|  |_|  |_|  |_|  |_|  |_|  |_|   Hey it's winter (and not too many reasons to be outside, so might as well stay home and drink a few!) If you like what you hear, treat me a beer ! :) (It's the Java pub house after all :) |~|P |~|P |~|P |~|P |~|P |~|P |~|P Anchor Brewing's Liberty Ale |_|  |_|  |_|  |_|  |_|  |_|  |_| Tweet, Tweet! (https://twitter.com/#!/fguime) Findbugs Findbugs Ant (check out the excludeFilter attribute to include/exclude stuff Emma Emma User's Guide (2.3 is what we discussed in the podcast!) Vote for us in iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/java-pub-house/id467641329) Questions, feedback or comments! comments@javapubhouse.com Subscribe to our podcast! (http://javapubhouse.libsyn.com/rss) ITunes link (http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/java-pub-house/id467641329) Java 7 Recipes book! (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1430240563/ref=as_li_ss_il?ie=UTF8&tag=meq-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=1430240563) Hey! if you like what you hear, treat me a beer! (It's the Java pub house after all :) https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=Z8V2ZWV93UMW4

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  • The Disappearance of Emma Fillipoff - 256 - Generation Why

    · 01:23:37 · The Generation Why Podcast

    Disappearance Of Emma Fillipoff. November 28, 2012. Victoria, British Columbia. 26 year-old Emma Fillipoff had moved away from her family home in Perth, Ontario in the fall of 2011. She found work and messages to family seemed to indicate that all was well. But over time, Emma's physical, emotional, and mental state seemed to be in decline. After a series of calls to her mother in November of 2012, in which a tearful Emma first asked to come home and then changed her mind several times over, it was clear that something was very wrong. Shelley, her mother, decided to fly to Victoria to bring her daughter home. But after her arrival, she learned that no one had seen Emma for several hours at that point. The last confirmed sighting of Emma was when two police officers did a welfare check on her, but decided she was well enough to leave her be on a cold night without shoes. As the clock ticked on and Shelley learned more about Emma's recent behaviors, the disappearance became more confusing and even more concerning. Where had Emma gone? Was she running from someone or something? As more information turned up, a suspect list formed. Can this mystery ever be solved? As difficult as this case has been, we do believe it can be. To help find Emma Fillipoff please visit: http://www.helpfindemmafillipoff.com/  

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  • ep 88: Emma Roberts

    · 01:02:23 · Anna Faris Is Unqualified

    Listen up queens, the talented Emma Roberts (AMERICAN HORROR STORY, SCREAM QUEENS) is on Unqualified this week! In this episode, Emma and Anna discuss their fears (11:30) and the most fun character Emma has played (14:30). Then, Emma answers some deal-breakers (19:00). Find out what one of Emma's real deal-breakers is! Later, Emma and Anna play the game "Not a Book or It is a Book" (41:00) and Emma saves the rest of the show (46:00)! How so? Tune in and find out! This episode is sponsored by Blue Apron, and Texture. Blue Apron is a meal delivery service that provides US residents with pre-portioned meals with recipes to subscribers. Texture is an app that provides unlimited access to over 150 magazine subscriptions for a monthly rate.    Check out our offers! For three free meals (with free shipping), visit blueapron.com/unqualified Get a 14 day free trial with the Texture app at texture.com/unqualified PRE-ORDER Anna’s book “Unqualified”: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/anna-faris-is-unqualified/id1059045374?mt=2   Social Media: Emma Roberts: @emmaroberts Anna Faris: @annafaris Sim Sarna: @simsarna Unqualified: @unqualified

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  • Emma Louise Wyn Jones // Yacht Photographer

    · 00:42:53 · On the Wind Sailing, by 59 North, Ltd.

    #143 is Emma Louise Wyn Jones, a very charming and inspiring 22-year-old sailor and yachting photographer from the UK. I met Emma during the recent Caribbean 600 Race. If you happened to catch that video that the race media posted about Paul & I discussing the weather for the race, it was Emma who shot it. If you didn’t see it yet, check out this episode’s show notes page for the link. I was interested in talking to Emma about how she decided to go into yachting photography, her sailing history in general, and about what it’s like starting from scratch and trying to move up in the sailing world. I get a lot of emails from college students and twenty-somethings looking for advice, so this episode is particularly interesting if you’re one of those people wondering how to get your start. When we left Antigua in early March, Emma had gotten a crew job aboard ‘The Blue Peter’, the classic, 1930s-era 65-foot wooden sloop you might remember me mentioning in the Race Recap podcast that barged in on us at the start. I met the boat’s owner, Mat, who bought me a beer at the bar and apologized for the foul language his crew shouted at us! Anyway, Emma’s on that boat now, and will remain in the Caribbean for the rest of the winter season, doing her thing. In case you’re wondering, Emma has no secret formula for success, just a willingness to work hard and sleep in strange places. What a cool story! Contact Emma...For more information, enquiries for commissons or photo requests, feel free to get in touch! Email: elwjphotography@gmail.com Antigua Mobile: +1268 7855073 UK Mobile: +447551939849

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  • Character Corner: Emma Frost - From Villainess to Protector

    · 01:22:07 · MTR Network

    We talk about our first X-Men/Mutant with this discussion on Emma Frost. We cover her entire history from her being introduced as the White Queen of the Hellfire Club to her transition to becoming an X-Men and protector of the mutant race. We talk about the recurring tragedies that help mold Emma from being just an evil villain to the hero she is now. An interesting thing about Emma is that despite this change, she still maintained her elitism and coldness but it has a purpose. Reading list (Most if not all of these are on Marvel Unlimited): Uncanny X-Men #129 - First Appearance Uncanny X-Men #129 -133 - Dark Phoenix Saga Uncanny X-Men #314 - Takes over Iceman's body Generation X (63 - 70 are on MU) #70 - Massachusetts Academy is blown up by her sister, another student dies Uncanny X-Men #331 - "Helps" Bobby with his powers in a very Emma Way Grant Morrison's New X-Men (2001-2004) #115 - Genosha wiped out #116 - Emma gets secondary mutation Annual #1 & #131 - Her psychic Affair with Scott begins #139 - Jean finds out and forces Emma to confront her past Whedon's Astonishing X-Men (2004) Volume 3: Torn - Emma Focus. Whole run features Emma but especially this volume Dark X-Men The Confession 1   X-Men Regenesis   X-Men vs Avengers 1-12 (mostly 6-11) Check out our sponsor TweakedAudio.com using the code ‘reviews’ to get 33% off & free shipping. Shop at our Amazon Store to support the site Contact Us: MTrailerReviews@MovieTrailerReviews.Net Check us out on Youtube Twitter – @InsanityReport & @MTrailerReviews

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  • Ep. 40 ft. Emma Mildon - The Modern Mystic on Crystals, Auras, Numerology, Name Readings… and More!

    · 01:14:34 · The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire

    Today Jordan and Emma Mildon, Spiritual Author & Modern Mystic, make new age spirituality (crystals, spirit animals, meditation, auras, and intuition) more approachable. The girls reflect on their weird and wonderfully spiritual sides before doing something a little different… a mini numerology & name reading!! It’s really insightful and a ton of fun, and we’ll be doing more segments like this with future guests!   Congrats to Kate for winning our HUM Nutrition giveaway last month!! If you haven’t heard, HUM Nutrition is an all-natural line of supplements and their goal is to use science-based and clinical-backed nutrition as a tool for helping people feel amazing. You can get started with personalized recommendations from a registered dietician by filling out their 3-minute evaluation. Don’t forget to use the discount code SOUL20 at checkout to get 20% off!   For more info, visit: www.TheBalancedBlonde.com/podcast   Resources: Connect with Emma: Website: http://www.emmamildon.com Facebook: facebook.com/emmamildonauthor Twitter: @EmmaMildon Instagram: @Emma.Mildon YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Shu519a0gsdoKwEf54WYQ Take Emma’s classes on mindbodygreen The Soul Searcher's Handbook: A Modern Girl's Guide to the New Age World by Emma Mildon

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  • Emma Seibold: How To Make Your Heart Sing

    · 00:50:01 · Sisters In The Spotlight

    Emma Seibold is a certified yoga teacher, STOTT pilates certified instructor and holistic health & wellness coach.  She has trained with schools in New York, India, Sydney, Melbourne and Byron Bay. After a 10 year career in marketing, in 2009 Emma left the corporate world and founded the cult juice detox program Urban Remedy Cleanse which continues to grow and thrive.  In January 2015, Emma and husband Matt welcomed their second child to the world, baby daughter Isla Rose, a precious little sister for big brother Xavier. Having had a strong and dedicated ashtanga yoga practice for 8 years, Emma took a gentle approach to regain her pre-baby body by adding barre conditioning work to her yoga practice. Seeing a phenomenal change in the tone and shape of her muscles, she created Barre Body to share the technique with others looking for a strong, flowing, fun and highly effective work out. Emma has enormous passion for all things relating to health and wellness and strives to lead a balanced life; eating well, living well, loving well and exercising well. In this Podcast @soulsistercircle chats to @emmabarrebody about her personal journey from university graduate, to marketing exec, yoga instructor, entrepreneur and founder and creator of Barre Body. The simple words of wisdom that dramatically changed her life. The power of positive perceptions. How a simple daily gratitude practice can make a huge difference to your success and happiness. Living in flow and choosing love over fear. For links to any of the resources mentioned in this Podcast or to connect with Emma visit http://soulsistercircle.com.au/emma-seibold  

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  • 078: Emma & Denis Merkas – Couple Hustle

    · Beers, Blokes and Business – blokes drinking bee

    Emma & Denis Merkas are building a business and doing it as a couple.  Melt: Massage for Couples isn't the first business they have tackled together a recent trip to the USA showed they are on the right track. Here is what we learned from Emma and Denis in this podcast Where Emma & Denis got their start online Why understanding how to make money with your business is super important How Denis pivoted his traditional massage business into an educational company Why they stopped pushing $30 Date Night Why PR can be hit or miss The importance of the USA trip to be closer to customers Developing traction channels for Melt How Emma & Denis operate as a couple in life & business Got more feedback, please email  sean AT sportsgeekhq.com or tweet @BeersBlokesBiz or @seancallanan. Some insights & links from this podcast Check out Melt: Massage for couples Connect with Emma (@emmamerkas) and on Linkedin Connect with Denis (@denismerkas) and on Linkedin Getting some press for Melt in SMH Check out Denis & Emma on TV in Utah as discussed on the podcast iTunes reviews - 75 listeners have left an iTunes review for the podcast - THANK YOU read them all here  Got a question? Tweet the Blokes or  @BeersBlokesBiz Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @BeersBlokesBiz or on Facebook with your opinion. Connect with these Blokes The blokes (and Emma of course) on this podcast were: @seancallanan from Sports Geek and SeanCallanan.com, and Sports Geek Podcast @scottkilmartin from Online Store Guys and Vintage Ice Cream Truck @emmamerkas from Melt Massage @denismerkas from Melt Massage Thanks for review In a nutshell? The blokes are the business mentors I would never in a million years have access to, especially in the very immature start-up phase of business. They speak and explain business in a way that’s relatable, especially to the regular everyday Aussie. Give me the intellectual “bogan geek” any-day, who actually knows what they’re talking about. When the blokes speak, I listen. There’s a bloke for every business personality type. You’ll find yourself saying “I completely agree with what he’s saying!” after yet another snippet of quality business advice comes out of your speakers. After regular listening, a pattern will emerge with who you relate to the most. Trying to catch up on the previous episodes, the blokes go with me everywhere. In my car while driving, in the wee hours of the morning (5am starts anyone?), in my downtime, on flights, at home on client-filled weekends... everywhere. The BBB podcast is the icing on my “live and breathe your business” cake. And I’m learning about beer. Highly recommended. - Lorryn_Inches_DG Download episode below but we'd prefer you to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud or this feed if you don't use iTunes. Don't forget you can get these show notes via email subscription. Let us know your thoughts in the comments 

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  • Mrs Frieda’s Halfway Home Session 4 – Emma’s Birthday

    · The Drunk and The Ugly

    It’s late July at the halfway house, which is about the same as any time in the summer, except for the forgotten fact that Emma Vaerbond will soon be thirteen.  Mrs. Frieda’s not really one for ceremony, and Emma’s never been exactly vocal about the special day, especially since her “special friend” always likes to celebrate the occasion in his own way.  This year is no different. Odyn, owed a promise of “playtime” with Emma, has made it happen. He’s whispering in a few ears, setting up a few birthday surprises, and doing his best to make sure Emma never forgets this day. Emma’s friends?  Well, they just happen to be excellent pawns. PLAYERS Manda – Manny (the Devil Child) Matt – Scott Valle (the Eagle Boy) Nate – Emma Vaerbond Sam – George Fillburn The post Mrs Frieda’s Halfway Home Session 4 – Emma’s Birthday appeared first on The Drunk and The Ugly.

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  • Coffee Pod #4: Lessons from Emma Sinclair MBE- the youngest person to float on the London Stock Exchange

    · 00:47:30 · Coffee Pods with Holly Ransom

    Follow: @ES_EntrepreneurDonate: unicef.uk/crowdfund Emma Sinclair MBE has been described by Tattler magazine as an ‘entrepreneur who’ll run the universe some day’… as you listen to this coffee pod you’ll understand why! Emma is a serial entrepreneur who remains the youngest person to float a company on the London Stock Exchange, doing so at just 29. She is currently a full-time techie having co-founded Entreprise Jungle voted the most innovative enterprise new software company in 2014. Emma is also proud to have been UNICEF’s first business mentor and is currently in the midst of the #helpemmahelpunicef campaign, raising £150,000 pounds to build innovation labs in refugee camps. You can read more or donate here. This coffee pod is packed with tips on how to start, the role of mentors, getting comfortable being uncomfortable and paying it forward.

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  • EPISODE TWENTY EIGHT :: Emma Peters - Permission to Make Mistakes & Teaching from an Honest Place

    · 01:03:16 · Close Knit

    The Close Knit podcast showcases artists, designers, and makers from all over the world who work with fibre in its many forms. Knitters, spinners, sewers, textile artists - all will be celebrated on the Close Knit podcast. A huge thank you to this week's episode sponsor: 100 Acts of Sewing 100 Acts of Sewing is a pattern company making simple sewing patterns for a handmade wardrobe,   designed by Sonya Philip. The patterns are geared towards beginners with pieces that are easy to wear and modify. I have personally sewn the dress no2 from 100 acts of sewing and every time I see a new pattern by Sonya I get so excited because of their ease of construction and versatility. Reading Sonya’s instructions was like having a seasoned sewer in the room with me, walking me through the process step by step, something I feel is often missing from sewing patterns and online tutorials.If you’re interested in hand making your clothes and aren’t sure where to start, or even if you’re a really good sewist, I can’t recommend 100 acts of sewing patterns highly enough! You can find 100 acts of sewing on Etsy and follow Sonya’s handmade wardrobe chronicles on instagram at @sonyaphilip. As a special treat For Close Knit Podcast Listeners, Sonya is offering US$5 off orders placed until 30/6/2017 with the code CLOSEKNIT at checkout. Thanks again to Sonya at 100 Acts of Sewing for this generous offer and for sponsoring the Close Knit Podcast!  Emma is a textile artist and lecturer based in Sydney.We chat about emma’s childhood and her strong tactile and olfactory memories of textiles as a child on the wool farm with her family. Emma has spent the last few years exploring wet felting and has incorporated this into her personal and professional work. We speak about how Emma has processed her life experiences through her work, sometimes unconsciously and we discuss how powerful fibre as a medium can be. As a lecturer in auniversity setting, Emma brings her whole self to the classroom and is encouraging of her students to explore many elements of themselves in their work with fibre.We speak about the necessity of bringing and acknowledging the role of self in research and talk about the ways in which spaces displaying art can facilitate safe space for truth telling about ourselves.  Find Emma: website | instagram Want more? Subscribe: Itunes or Pocket CastsLike what you're hearing? Awesome! I'm glad you've found your way to this podcast. Please feel free to subscribe, leave a review on iTunes (this makes all the difference to reaching more people!) and share with your loved ones. Thanks for tuning in.Until next time! xxani

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  • Emma Betts is 25 And Planning Her Own Funeral

    · 01:05:51 · No Filter

    How do you live when you know don’t have much time? Emma Betts is 25. She has stage four melanoma. And according to doctors, has around six months to live. In this extremely intimate No Filter, this wife, daughter, sister, crazy dog-lady, lover of pavlova, former international aid and development worker, and current writer/blogger/advocate talks to Mia about being diagnosed with cancer at 22, planning her own funeral and her hopes for her husband when she is gone. You may need tissues. TO SUPPORT TO EMMA, HEAD TO MY CAUSE Show Notes Your host is Mia Freedman. With thanks to special guest Emma Betts. Visit her blog Dear Melonoma here. This podcast was produced by Elissa Ratliff  To support Emma, click here. CONTACT US Suggest a guest via: podcast@mamamia.com.au tweet us @mamamiapodcasts or join the conversation on facebookThis show is part of the Mamamia Women’s Network

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  • 57: Letting Go of Blame After a Breakup with Emma

    · 00:38:26 · Over it and On with it with Christine Hassler

    Today's caller, Emma, is seeking guidance after a breakup. She would like to move forward with building her business but finds herself battling with self-doubt and procrastination. Emma is taking ownership of the issue and has a high-level of self-awareness about it, but she needs to uncover what is holding her back. When we ask ourselves the question "what am I learning from this situation?" instead of "why did it happen to me?" we unlock something which is critical to our growth and healing. When a relationship ends, we are never 100% victims. We need to take 100% responsibility for the 50% which is our part. That said, we must do so without self-judgment or blame. We must accept we did the best we could with what we had at the time, and we now have an opportunity to do better moving forward. In future relationships, Emma has the opportunity to be more intimate. She was playing out the same patterns of withholding and people pleasing in her business, as she did in her marriage. Instead of being vulnerable she felt ashamed of sharing what was really going on in her life. People crave intimacy. Especially those who love us, care about us or want to get to know us. They want to feel like they are getting the real person. It's hard to love someone who is wearing a mask or people pleasing all the time because we never know how they really feel. If you withhold of yourself through people pleasing, perfection or because you don't trust people, it is time to examine that aspect of yourself. Emotional suppression holds energy back. Forgiveness can only begin after we bring acceptance and compassion to our feelings. We are unique but in many ways we are similar. We also have core pains and patterns that hold us back and once we move and shift those, we can move the needle in other parts of our lives. I address core pains and patterns in my Over It and On With It Mastery Course. My personal mastery coaching course, Over It and On With It, is now open for registration until October 20th. The 6-week course includes a 90-minute call every other week, worksheets, guided meditations and more. This course is the best of my spiritual practices and practical tips. Go to ChristineHassler.com/Mastery to register. Allow me to give you the support you need. Consider/Ask Yourself: ? Are you a procrastinator? ? Have you gone through a breakup and blame yourself or the other person? ? Do you relate to being a people pleaser? ? Is intimacy challenging for you? ? Would you like to teach your children something you wish you had learned as a child? Emma's Question: Emma would like strategies on how to move forward after her breakup. Emma's Key Insights and Aha's: ? She feels as if she wasn't enough in her relationship. ? She is a people pleaser. ? She doesn't trust herself. ? She suppresses her emotions. ? She did the best she could with the tools she had at the time. ? She punishes herself for going after what she wants. ? She needs to get eliminate the belief she needs to be perfect to teach forgiveness. How to Get Over It and On With It: ? She needs to welcome the emotional aspect of her feelings. ? She should do forgiveness work around her self-blame. ? She should be compassionate towards herself to move into acceptance. ? She can empower her children with the tools she didn't have. ? She needs to believe she deserves her dreams. ? She should create a meditation course for others to help herself heal. Assignments and Takeaways: ? Write a letter to yourself or another person without sending it. It will help move the energy so it can be healed. ? Take a look at your life and see where you are withholding, not being honest, or people pleasing, and channel the energy to create something fun. ? Empower your children with the tools and knowledge you wish you would have had. Resources: Christine...

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