18SP 052: Shane Lawlor | How a Winning TEAM Creates Champions· The 18STRONG Podcast: Golf | Golf Fitness | Mental
What does it take to make your workouts and golf game 18STRONG? Join us as Shane Lawlor shares his expertise in the world of chiropractic care on the PGA and European Tour. Shane gives us an in inside look at the type of care and teamwork that goes into a tour players program/routine. Shane Lawlor is based out of Portlaoise, Ireland and is the chiropractor for several PGA and European Tour players, including Shane Lowry Padraig Harrington Peter Uhlein Ross Fisher Michael Hoey Shane has been on tour for over 5 years and spends nearly 25 weeks per year on the road with the players. In this episode, he gives us some behind the scenes info on Shane Lowry's most recent win at the WGC Bridgestone. You Can Subscribe to the 18STRONG Podcast on iTunes by clicking the button below: Shane Lawlor's Background Shane graduated from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic at the University of South Wales in 2006 with a BSc. in Chiropractic. He is one of Europe’s leading Golf Performance Therapists and is an expert in the treatment, screening and rehabilitation of golf injuries. Shane has traveled with professional golfers for over 5 years on both the European & PGA Tours for 25 weeks a year. His clients include world leading golfers and athletes. Shane's professional golfers include Michael Hoey, Shane Lowry, Ross Fisher, Peter Uihlein and Padraig Harrington. Shane continues to travel in his spare time, researching and studying the best methods to help individuals achieve their ultimate goal. He is a level 3 certified medical professional with the Titleist Performance Institute and Lead Instructor for Active Release Techniques® in Europe. Shane is certified in Functional Integrated Needling, Fascial Manipulation, Kinesiotaping, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM), Functional Movement Screen (FMS), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation (DNS) and Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT®) Highlights from this Episode We talk about how Shane got to where he is working on tour and how other fitness professionals can take similar steps if they want to work with professional athletes. Shane and I have a chance to talk about his experience at the WGC Bridgestone when his client Shane Lowry came away with the win. Shane wasn't even there for the final hole, he had a plane to catch to get to Whistling Straights to prep for the PGA Championship. He tells the story of watching online and trying to keep up with the scores online between flights. We discuss some of the comments made on the telecast inferring that Shane Lowry "[clearly doesn't put in much time at the gym]," which Shane has some opinions about ;-) The team surrounding the players is a big part of Shane's philosophy a golfer reaching his maximal potential. When you have a good team that communicates well, it's much easier for that player to play his best golf. We discuss some of the concerns that many individuals have when debating chiropractic treatment: Will I need to continue going for ever? Is it just cracking and popping? What about manipulating the neck? Am I at risk for a stroke? CaddyShack or Happy Gilmore? Happy Gilmore Where to Find Shane Lawlor: LawlerClinic.ie Twitter: @golfchiro Facebook: Lawlor Clinic The post 18SP 052: Shane Lawlor | How a Winning TEAM Creates Champions appeared first on 18STRONG.com.
Search to Social Ads: How to Use Google With Facebook to Build Niche Audiences· Social Media Marketing Podcast helps your business thrive with social media
Does your business serve a specialized customer base?Wondering how to reach specific niche audiences with Facebook ads?To explore a strategy for retargeting specialized audiences using Google ads in combination with Facebook ads, I interview Shane Sams.More About This ShowThe Social Media Marketing podcast is an on-demand talk radio show from Social Media Examiner. It's designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.In this episode, I interview Shane Sams, the co-host of the Flipped Lifestyle podcast, a show focused on helping families make money online. He describes himself as a normal guy from Kentucky who loves helping others. He's also the founder of the Flip Your Life Community.Shane explains how to use website traffic generated by Google ads to retarget Facebook users.You'll discover how highly focused keywords help manage your marketing costs.Share your feedback, read the show notes, and get the links mentioned in this episode below.Listen NowHere are some of the things you'll discover in this show:Search to Social AdsShane's StoryShane and his wife Jocelyn met at the University of Kentucky. After graduation, Jocelyn initially worked a corporate job and Shane coached football. They then decided to become schoolteachers, which they did for about 10 years. Shane taught social studies and continued to coach, while Jocelyn was an elementary school librarian.After some bad experiences at work, Shane realized he had traded control of his life for job security. He started looking for other things to do because he knew there had to be a better way. This was in 2012.One day, as Shane and his wife were driving around town, Shane said, "I wonder if I can get 100 people to send me $50." She asked what he was talking about and Shane said that out of the 7 billion people on the planet, surely 100 would give him $50. If they all did that in a month, it would be $5,000, and for 12 months in a row, it would be $60,000. If they could do that every month, they could quit teaching.Shane didn't know how he was going to make this money but he was determined to figure it out. He began seeking information about business. One day while mowing the grass, Shane decided to look up business podcasts. An image of a guy looking at the podcast art with his eyeballs caught Shane's attention. It was Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn.In the podcast, Pat talked about how he sold a study guide and would email it to people. Shane decided he and Jocelyn could sell PDFs of information. After trying different things online, they were finally able to figure it out. They sold lesson plans to teachers and football playbooks to coaches. A year later, Shane and Jocelyn replaced their income.As soon as they quit their jobs (which they did on September 27, 2013), people started asking questions. For example, Lindsay, a friend of Jocelyn's, quit her job to be a stay-at-home mom and wanted advice on making money online. They helped Lindsay create digital products and she made $1,000 on the Internet in a month. This money enabled Lindsay to be at home with her daughter every day.After Shane and Jocelyn realized their experience and knowledge could change the lives of others, they started Flipped Lifestyle. It has helped a lot of people.People ask why it's called Flipped Lifestyle. Shane explains that everybody flipped out after Jocelyn and he left their jobs, where they had tenure and insurance. Shane recalls how his mom cornered him and said, "Shane Sams, you have babies. You have lost your mind. You have flipped out. And I do not approve of this decision." Hence, Flipped Lifestyle.Listen to the show to hear Shane recall how much sharing online business skills meant to his friends.Why Combine Google Ads With Facebook?Early on, Shane and Jocelyn discovered a lot of the marketing advice available online didn't work for ...
Shane Lopez on Can You Bring Out the Best in Others?· Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast
For me, one of the most magical moments of this year’s World Congress on Positive Psychology was the chance to honor, savor, and build upon the research of Dr. Shane Lopez. I first met Shane at a World Congress years ago, and he was generous enough to allow me to interview him on several occasions. In addition to being one of the world’s leading researchers on hope, Shane was also a senior scientist and research director at The Clifton Strengths Institute, where he explored the links between hope, strengths development, academic success, and overall well-being. To give you a chance to savor Shane’s insight, I thought you might enjoy this interview, which was recorded prior to his death. Shane explains how using your strengths - those things you are good at and enjoy doing - can help you be more engaged in what you do each day at work. And when managers shift their thinking to a more strengths based approach that encourages each person to do what they do best they can make a big difference in engagement, profitability and productivity. Learn how to identify your strengths, how these can change over time, and what you can do to develop yours and others strengths. You’ll Learn: [01:45] - Shane shares his journey with strengths. He talks about the work of Don Clifton at the University of Nebraska. [04:00] - Shane explains what a talent is and how they grow into strengths. [05:58] - In the workplace, we focus on weaknesses and try to “fix” those deficits rather than helping individuals find the right role. Shane states how Don focused on talents on finding the roles for people based on those roles. [07:20] - Shane shares that our talents are not static over time, but they don’t change a lot. [09:05] - Shane talks about Clifton Strengths Finder. [11:57] - Shane discusses the difference in strengths between entrepreneurs and those working within organizations. [12:23] - If you have taken the strengths finder, Shane suggests you team up with someone else that has taken the assessment. [13:49] - Shane talks about how a workplace can be transformed by catching people doing great work and providing quality feedback. [15:57] - Shane talks about the 70% of disengagement in the workplace. Managers are not exempt from this lack of engagement. [17:33] - Shane shares what managers do to help employees use their strengths at work. [19:47] - Shane talks about the changes of strengths in college students and how that will eventually change the culture of workplaces. [20:48] - Shane speaks about seeing strength development at the preschool level. Your Resources: Making Hope Happen: Create the Future You Want for Yourself and Others - Shane Lopez Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining me again this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of this post. Please leave an honest review for the Making Positive Psychology Work Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. And don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates. It’s free! You can also listen to all the episodes of Making Positive Psychology Work streamed directly to your smartphone or iPad through stitcher. No need for downloading or syncing. Vale Shane Lopez. Until next time, take care!
Shane LeMaster - Ketamine· Psychedelics Today
Download Kyle and Joe talk with Shane LeMaster about ketamine as a therapeutic tool and also a tool for self-discovery and personal development. Shane shares some amazing stories, and we get to peel off some of the layers around ketamine. There are some amazing uses, and perhaps some therapeutic falling short of the mark in the ketamine world that we discuss. Hope you enjoy! [caption id="attachment_1591" align="alignnone" width="640"] Source: https://www.rehabs.com/pro-talk-articles/is-ketamine-really-a-miracle-drug-for-depression/[/caption] Shane is a past guest on the show and one of our favorites. You will really like his past episodes where we talked about peyote, treating veterans, Jiujitsu for PTSD and microdosing for athletic performance. (first - second) Sign up for our course! Show Topics/Discussion Chemical effects Lego world of the Ketamine experience Hallucinogenic properties of Ketamine for Shane Astral Projection Therapeutic method. Music, Temp, Comfort, Safe setting, etc. Not trauma work - getting to see all of reality as the machine as it is and his role in it. 1 gram - half a gram per nostril. 360-degree waterfall Mindfulness practice can helps his practice. Show Links Ketamine - Wiki Shane's site - http://www.mind-ops.com/ Ketamine relieves depression by restoring brain connections Ketamine restores ability to experience pleasure in depressed patients within minutes Daily Oral Ketamine for the Treatment of Depression and Anxiety in Patients Receiving Hospice Care: A 28-Day Open-Label Proof-of-Concept Trial Bladder damage risks David Nutt harm scale David Lukoff Spiritual Competency Resource Center Dick Price of Esalen Wind Horse Institute Check out our book giveaway! Books by Grof, Shulgins, Hoffman, and many more! About Shane LeMaster, B.A., M.A., LAC, CC-AASP Bio from Mind-OPS Shane earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, completed extensive coursework towards a Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Performance Psychology at the University of Denver, and earned his Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Exercise Psychology from Argosy University. Shane is nationally certified as a Sport Psychology Consultant and a licensed mental health clinician in the state of Colorado. Having worked in community non-profit mental health since 2008, Shane has gained experience working with the entire spectrum of mental disorders and with all populations and age groups. Shane plans on attending a Ph.D program in Counseling Psychology where his interest in Resiliency, Mental Toughness, and Mindfulness Training Program Development can be explored and further developed. He is a life-long athlete having competed at various levels in more than a dozen different sports. Because of his passion for warrior cultures of past and present, Shane has been ardently developing his own “Warriorship,” training in various forms of Martial Arts for 25 years. Shane feels that the self-discipline, the philosophy of non-violence, the innumerable mental and physical benefits, and the enjoyment that he gains from the Martial Arts is what helped drive his passion in the field of Psychology. His personal interest in Eastern Philosophy stems from his adoption of a Buddhist lifestyle and blends well with his training in Western Psychological Science. Clients describe Shane as an out-of-the-box clinician that is easy to get along with, knowledgeable on a variety of topics, credible with lived experience, and as having the ability to make therapy fun and interesting.
How to Make the Leap with Shane Farmer: Harder to Kill Radio 053· Harder to Kill Radio – Forging Unbreakable Human
On this week’s episode of Harder to Kill Radio, meet Shane Farmer, the founder of Dark Horse Rowing. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | RSS feed | Review Meet Episode 53’s Guest, Shane Farmer Shane Farmer and I first met in 2010 at an athletic certification in the field house at USD. Immediately, he stood out because of his height but also because of his passion for rowing. As the next couple years went by, I found myself training at CrossFit Invictus in downtown San Diego. It turned out that Shane was one of the coaches there. He taught me a lot about how to be a more efficient athlete. Over the years, we also watched each other begin to sprout as budding entrepreneurs. It's been really cool to see where Shane has taken his own business. (Spoiler: He's tried a variety of things but has settled on where his talents and passions overlap.) In many ways, we've walked a parallel path and experienced the same struggles. In this episode, Shane shares his perspective on making "the leap" into doing something you love and following your dreams. Plus, there's a great segment about how you can improve your rowing technique, even if you're a beginner. Be sure to grab his Free 5 Days to Better Rowing Guide, too. In This Episode of Harder to Kill Radio, You’ll Learn: Shane's superhero origin story, including his unlikely path to rowing How the power of habit and finding the thing that lights your fire can cause a domino effect in your life What it was like to reach the pinnacle of athletic performance Shane's insight about pursuing what you're passionate about Why Shane started coaching and what he learned about it later Advice for reframing the situation you're in if you're unhappy Shane's top 3 tips for rowing that will boost your confidence and efficiency Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode: Shane's website Shane's Facebook | Instagram | Twitter Free 5 Days to Better Rowing Guide The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg I Don't Know What I Want, But I Know It's Not This by Julie Jansen Sweet! Thanks for Tuning In! Thanks so much for joining me again this week. Have some feedback to share? Leave a note in the comment section below. If you liked this episode, please share it via the social media buttons on the left side of the post. I’d so appreciate if you take a moment to subscribe and leave a review for Harder to Kill Radio in iTunes! When you rate and review the show, it really helps others discover Harder to Kill Radio, and I am so grateful for your feedback. Shane's photo courtesy of: Caragh Camera Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | RSS feed | Review Pin these images from Harder to Kill Radio for later: The post How to Make the Leap with Shane Farmer: Harder to Kill Radio 053 appeared first on Stupid Easy Paleo.
Shane LeMaster, B.A., M.A., LAC, CC-AASP - Part 2· Psychedelics Today
Download Shane LeMaster joins us again to talk about his work with veterans, enhancing human performance and traditional use of peyote. If you haven't listened to part one, check that out first here. Show Topics Warriorship and Shambhala Micro-dosing as it would apply to sports performance research Flow states Eckhart Tolle Microdosing at JuJitsu competitions High or standard dose psychedelic use at NASA The difference between microdosing and normal dosages Shane's own practice JuJitsu for healing trauma Vets only JuJitsu class Where is trauma stored Insights on Peyote Integration Show Links Shane's Site - Mind OPS Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior On Combat, The Psychology and Physiology of Deadly Conflict in War and in Peace On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in War and Society The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment The Intention Experiment: Using Your Thoughts to Change Your Life and the World About Shane LeMaster, B.A., M.A., LAC, CC-AASP Bio from Mind-OPS Shane earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, completed extensive coursework towards a Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Performance Psychology at the University of Denver, and earned his Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Exercise Psychology from Argosy University. Shane is nationally certified as a Sport Psychology Consultant and a licensed mental health clinician in the state of Colorado. Having worked in community non-profit mental health since 2008, Shane has gained experience working with the entire spectrum of mental disorders and with all populations and age groups. Shane plans on attending a Ph.D program in Counseling Psychology where his interest in Resiliency, Mental Toughness, and Mindfulness Training Program Development can be explored and further developed. He is a life-long athlete having competed at various levels in more than a dozen different sports. Because of his passion for warrior cultures of past and present, Shane has been ardently developing his own “Warriorship,” training in various forms of Martial Arts for 25 years. Shane feels that the self-discipline, the philosophy of non-violence, the innumerable mental and physical benefits, and the enjoyment that he gains from the Martial Arts is what helped drive his passion in the field of Psychology. His personal interest in Eastern Philosophy stems from his adoption of a Buddhist lifestyle and blends well with his training in Western Psychological Science. Clients describe Shane as an out-of-the-box clinician that is easy to get along with, knowledgeable on a variety of topics, credible with lived experience, and as having the ability to make therapy fun and interesting. Interested in learning more about psychedelic self-care and integration? Check out and sign up for our new online course!
314: Shane Snow | Smart Cuts· The Art of Charm | Social Science | Cognitive Psychology | Confidence | Relationship Advice | Behavioral Economics | Productivity | Biohacking
Lateral Thinking Solves Problems Better. "If you truly love life, don't waste time because time is what life is made of." - Bruce Lee The Cheat Sheet: Facebook and The Death Star: we compare. The 3 ways to change on a micro level. Skeptical optimism: what it is and why it is a powerful habit. The Charlie Rose technique: how and when to use and why it's effective. What ben franklin has to do with all of this. The 5 second rule to overcoming your fears. And so much more... If you wrote for Wired or Fast Company, do you think you'd find innovative ways of living and working? The answer is yes, of course you would! And our guest for episode 314 does just that. Shane Snow, author of Smart Cuts, is also a writer for these notable tech publications and he's here with us to share what lateral thinking is, how to use it for greater innovation in every area of your life and how to use neurotic spreadsheeting to make your life rock. More About This Show: Shane Snow is a whiz at finding out what makes people go against the grain and think in ways the average person doesn't. He's explored and studied this topic in depth, it's the theme of his book Smart Cuts. He's even coined a phrase for it called "lateral thinking". He says lateral thinking is reframing problems in such a way that you come up with different rules or you rearrange the pieces in new ways and see new things as a result. In short, lateral thinking about a topic is "Macgyvering" it: seeing a solution that is completely out of the box. In this show, we go into detail on how to create habits of lateral thinking as suggested by Shane. One of his primary moves is to create what he calls "neurotic spreadsheets". These spreadsheets list your problem and then every possible assumption about that problem. Then list the answer to the question: what if this assumption weren't true? This will help you create a detailed, neurotic spreadsheet about your situation. Later in the show, Shane and I revisit neurotic spreadsheeting and apply it to discovering why someone was the best and why. Shane did this for former US presidents and his results were startling. He looked at multiple factors like who had the highest approval rating, how much time they spent in Congress, etc. He shares his findings with us - it's really interesting! Neurotic spreadsheeting is just one component of how to create lateral thinking habits. Another, perhaps easier, way to do this is by simply asking the question "Why?" -And not in an annoying way but getting to the bottom of why something has been done a certain way can help us reframe how we look at it. This line of thinking and questioning in business will help us to break convention and create innovative solutions, where others can't or don't see those solutions. Although we cover much more on this show, one final piece of advice Simon had for us is his 5 second rule. It goes like this: you have five seconds to do something or agree to do something, even if you are afraid of doing it. Are you afraid to speak in public, but you were just offered an incredible keynote opportunity? You have five seconds to say yes. When you do this often enough, you'll eventually stop being afraid of what you're agreeing to and become far more afraid of breaking your word to yourself and letting yourself down. You can apply this to any area of your life from your career to your love life. Too afraid to ask her out? Use the five second rule: give yourself til the count of five and then go ask. This is something Shane uses daily and it's made a world of difference what he takes on. Shane and I cover a lot of ground in this episode, he was an awesome guest to have with us. His lateral thinking approach, his habit of skeptical optimism are additional powerful topics we touch on. Be sure to listen and then start implementing his Smart Cuts' suggestions. We'll see you next time. THANKS SHANE! If you enjoyed this session of the Art of Charm Podcast, let Shane know by clicking on the link below and sending him a quick shout out on Twitter: Click here to thank Shane on Twitter! Resources from this episode: Shane's web siteSmart Cuts, Shane's book Shane on TwitterEpisodes of MacGyver online You'll also like: -The Art of Charm Toolbox -Best of The Art of Charm Podcast HELP US SPREAD THE WORD! If you dug this episode, please subscribe in iTunes and write us a review! This is what helps us stand out from all the fluff out there. FEEDBACK + PROMOTION Hit us up with your comments and guest suggestions. We read EVERYTHING. Download the FREE AoC app for iPhone Email email@example.com Give us a call at 888.413.7177 Stay Charming!
093 Scientific Happiness - Shane Ram· The Go-Giver Podcast
Happiness, Purpose, Goals, Thoughts, Emotions Summary Have you ever noticed that the happiest people seem to live with a purpose? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, we’ll explore this question: Is there an actual scientific method for attaining happiness? We’ll discuss that with Shane Ram. That and more on today’s show. Bob's Thought of the Day We’ll explore: A powerful quote often attributed to Mark Twain (although the chances are excellent that he didn’t actually say it): “The two most important days of your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” The two parts of finding out our individual mission. Why we tend to find it difficult to be truly happy when we don’t have a reason for being. Interview with Shane Ram You’ll discover: How Shane defines happiness. Why purpose and goals are closely related to happiness. How Shane’s mindset as a child helped him overcome challenges. Why Shane did not label himself as poor when he was a child. The importance of understanding how happiness in one area of your life affects every other area of your life. The TEAR formula: Thoughts + Emotions + Actions = Results. Why you must ensure that the goals you are pursuing line up with your purpose. The reason most people keep getting the same results over and over. Why conformity is so dangerous. Click to Tweet The highest emotional target is #happiness. @iamshaneram #Happiness comes from pursuing #goals that are purposeful. @iamshaneram On this episode, we explore the TEAR formula: Thoughts + Emotions + Actions = Results. @iamshaneram #happiness Interview Links ShaneRam.comShane’s blogShane’s Resources page Shane’s Speaking pageConnect with Shane on Facebook Connect with Shane on LinkedIn Follow Shane on Twitter Follow Shane on InstagramResources Sell The Go-Giver Way Audio Program GoGiverSalesAcademy.com The Go-Giver Leader TheGoGiver.com GoGiverSpeaker.com Burg.com How to Post a Review
SHANE DAWSON Gets Real - Personal Interview Exclusive with PIPER!!· PipersPicks.TV (Pick Me!)
YEAH BABY! The Planet's Youngest Entertainment Reporter meets up with SHANE DAWSON...YUPPERZ...as in SHANE DAWSON TV...THAT SHANE DAWSON!! ...and just HOW did the PIPER and SHANE end up in the same place at the same time...hmmmmmm. Shane is incredibly creative, talented...AND a fellow YouTuber! Check it out, yo! It's ToTaLLy PiPeRiFiC baby! PIPER on iMDB: http://imdb.me/PiperReese REGISTER on PIPERSPICKS.TV: http://piperspicks.tv/INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/PipersPIcksTVTWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/PipersPicksTVFACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/PipersPicksTV ©2011 Piper's Picks® TV
Pod #214: Using EFT To Increase Your Productivity w/ Dawson Church· EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques
[10 Question System | 33% off Pain Relief Miracle] If you are wondering if you have emotional blocks to taking action, I have a very simple way for you to tell. If you know what you want to do, know how to do it, have everything you need to take action, and still don't do it, then you have emotional blocks to taking that action. This week I interview EFT Universe's Dawson Church about what happens on a neurological level when emotions get in the way of action and how we can tap to find relief AND take action. During the interview I refer to a process I use to tap for my to-do list. Here is full audio on how I tap for my to-do list. Guest: Dawson Church, Ph.D Contact: web @ EFTUniverse.com Bio: Dawson Church is the author/coauthor of 8 books (including The Genie In Your Genes) and manages the web site EFTUniverse.com. He travels the world as a trainer and speaker. His passion is tapping and getting tapping into the hands of those who could benefit most from its power. If you are interested in this type of research check out past interviews with Dawson.
#130: "That's How You Forgive" by Shane & Shane· More Than a Song - Discovering the Truth of Scripture Hidden in Today's Popular Christian Music
If we fully understood the scope of God's forgiveness, we would be more grateful and more gracious. That has been my personal challenge this week as I used Shane & Shane's song, "That's How You Forgive," to explore just HOW God forgives. Join me on this very powerful journey to explore the depths of God's forgiveness and what it means to and for us. On this episode I discuss: God's standard of forgiveness (see Episode 129 for an introduction to this) How the opening verse of "That's How You Forgive" by Shane & Shane come from Psalm 103 - Psalm 103:8 The difference between a standard and a list of rules The A.C.T.S. model for prayer Adoration - Psalm 103:1-2 Confession Thanksgiving Supplication The Hebrew word for "benefits" in Psalm 103:2 can be translated "dealing" - BibleHub.com Part one of understanding how God forgives is to explore how He deals with us A list of examples of how God "deals" with us in Psalm 103:3-10 Part two of understanding how God forgives is consider WHY He forgives the way He does - Psalm 103:11-16 Part three of understanding how God forgives is to consider the SCOPE of His forgiveness - Psalm 103:12 Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture - our Bible Interaction Tool Exercises this week are: Pray! Make a list Pray Scripture Determining if we are meeting God's standard of forgiveness in our dealings with others - Colossians 3:13 How God purifies us in the forgiveness process and how it relates to the refining process discussed in Episode 126 - 1 John 1:9 Ending our prayers with another dose of adoration Additional Resources Lyrics Story behind the song "That's How You Forgive" by Shane & Shane - New Release Today Story behind the song "That's How You Forgive" by Shane & Shane - YouTube Video This Week's Challenge Read Psalm 103 for yourself! Think about the parts of forgiveness we discussed today. Consider how God deals with us and make a list of examples given in this Psalm. Consider why He deals with us in this manner. Consider the scope of His forgiveness. Don't forget to pray! Use your list to rehearse God's greatness. If, like me, this study leads you to understand that you need to make some changes in order to meet God's standard of forgiveness, confess your unforgiveness and ask for help.
Episode 16 - Shane Hurlbut, ASC - Cinematographer and Canon 5D Mark II Video Pioneer· Artful Camera | Analog and Digital Photography and Filmmaking
Episode 16 of the Digital Convergence Podcast by 16x9 Cinema with host Carl Olson - a visual artist, photographer, and filmmaker based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Featuring: Shane Hurlbut, ASC In a recent conversation with Gale Tattersall, DP for Fox's House MD, Gale mentioned Shane Hurlbut - along with Rodney Charters and Philip Bloom - as one of the pioneers of using the Canon 5D Mark II in cinema. That's quite an honor to be recognized as a member of the triumvirate of video DSLR pioneers. In recognition of Shane's pioneering work with the Canon 5D Mark II, Canon inducted Shane as one of the first cinematographers into their Explorers of Light program. Shane's long list of accomplishments include working with director Rob Cohen on the feature films The Guardian, The Rat Pack and The Skulls. A partial list of other feature films that credit Shane as the cinematographer or director of photography include Into the Blue, Drumline, Swing Vote, The Greatest Game Ever Played, and Terminator Salvation. He has also worked on several commercial shoots and is an accomplished still photographer. In this episode of the 16x9 Cinema Digital Convergence podcast, Shane Hurlbut shares his passion for using DSLR video. He describes the Canon 5D Mark II as a game changer - one that's beat him up and heavily bruised him - but nonetheless he has successfully tamed the beast and embraced it as a serious tool for the cinematographer in feature films, short films, and commercial work. There are many self-appointed pontificators who arrogantly proclaim that the Canon 5D Mark II is not suitable for serious filmmaking. Shane proves them wrong by doing just that - using the 5D Mark II for serious filmmaking. Shane talks about how he uses the Canon 5D Mark II on feature films and commercials. He talks about his short film, "The Last 3 Minutes" and tells us why and how he did it. Shane candidly talks about his initial failures with DSLR video and the lessons he learned. He does not hold back from sharing what he has learned. His willingness to share is evident by his blog: Hurlblog - an incredible resource for all filmmakers - whether you use DSLR video or not. It was a pleasure talking with Shane. His enthusiasm for filmmaking and using the Canon 5D Mark II will motivate you to get out and shoot your next indie film!
Shane Mauss and Eric Osborne - Mushroom Retreat in Jamaica· Psychedelics Today
Download Psychedelic comedian, Shane Mauss, joins us on the show with Eric Osborne, Founder of MycoMeditations to talk about all things mushroom related, but also about an upcoming mushroom retreat in Jamaica (November 26th to December 5th). Show Topics Legal mushroom retreats in Jamaica. Shane Mauss's experiences with psychedelics and mushrooms. The difference of integrating ayahuasca vs. psilocybin Shane's story about receiving help after a trip that was too good. Shane's psychedelic comedy tour/work Mystical states/experiences Schedule/outline of the Jamaica retreat Listen to our interview with Eric Osborne here. Shane Mauss - Show Notes/Links MycoMeditations Retreat Dates/Topics Application/Signup Shane Mauss Shane's Podcast - Here We Are My Big Break Mystical Experience Questionnaire About Shane Mauss Originally from Wisconsin, Shane Mauss caught his first break when he was awarded ‘Best Stand-Up” at The HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in 2007. This led to his TV debut and first of five appearances on Conan. Since that time he’s been on Jimmy Kimmel, Showtime, has had a Comedy Central Presents, a Netflix special ‘Mating Season’, and most recently released album inspired by breaking both of his feet in a hiking mishap called ‘My Big Break’ which spent time at #1 on the comedy iTunes charts. Shane has also been getting a lot of attention as a popular guest on podcasts such as You Made It Weird, Bertcast, WTF, Duncan Trussell’s Family Hour, TOFOP, Crabfeast, Never Not Funny, Keith and The Girl and last year he started traveling around the country interviewing scientists about the meanings of life for his own podcast “Here We Are” which has a 5 star rating on iTunes. About Eric Osborne, M.Ed. A professional educator for seven years, Eric opened a gourmet mushroom farm Magnificent Mushrooms in Indiana in 2009 that has now become the Magnificent Mushrooms Podcast. He is also the first State recognized Wild Mushroom Expert in Indiana. Eric is coordinator and guide of MycoMeditations, a psilocybin retreat center in Treasure Beach, Jamaica. Eric was motivated to organize PLEDG, as an advocacy group for therapeutic applications of psychedelic plants and to raise public awareness to the unsubstantiated scheduling of psychedelics and of their therapeutic benefits.'
Shane LeMaster, B.A., M.A., LAC, CC-AASP - Peyote, Veterans and Flow States· Psychedelics Today
Download Shane LeMaster joins us to talk about his work with veterans, enhancing human performance and traditional use of peyote. Show Topics Psychedelics and martial arts. Martial arts / JuJitsu for Veterans. Exposure therapy Flow states and psychedelics. Psychedelic Integration and groups. Opinions on MDMA being a psychedelic drug or not. Doing work with veterans and gaining their trust for therapeutic relationships. Traditional approaches to ayahuasca. First hand accounts of what the Peyote world is like. Shifting away from the predominant Newtonian Cartesian paradigm after psychedelic use and understanding that we know very little about what is really happening here in the world. Sustainability in the Peyote habitat. Show Links JuJitsu and Depression Flow States Researcher - Sports Psychology Guru Shane's Site - Mind OPS Native American Church About Shane LeMaster, B.A., M.A., LAC, CC-AASP Bio from Mind-OPS Shane earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, completed extensive coursework towards a Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Performance Psychology at the University of Denver, and earned his Master of Arts Degree in Sport & Exercise Psychology from Argosy University. Shane is nationally certified as a Sport Psychology Consultant and a licensed mental health clinician in the state of Colorado. Having worked in community non-profit mental health since 2008, Shane has gained experience working with the entire spectrum of mental disorders and with all populations and age groups. Shane plans on attending a Ph.D program in Counseling Psychology where his interest in Resiliency, Mental Toughness, and Mindfulness Training Program Development can be explored and further developed. He is a life-long athlete having competed at various levels in more than a dozen different sports. Because of his passion for warrior cultures of past and present, Shane has been ardently developing his own “Warriorship,” training in various forms of Martial Arts for 25 years. Shane feels that the self-discipline, the philosophy of non-violence, the innumerable mental and physical benefits, and the enjoyment that he gains from the Martial Arts is what helped drive his passion in the field of Psychology. His personal interest in Eastern Philosophy stems from his adoption of a Buddhist lifestyle and blends well with his training in Western Psychological Science. Clients describe Shane as an out-of-the-box clinician that is easy to get along with, knowledgeable on a variety of topics, credible with lived experience, and as having the ability to make therapy fun and interesting. Interested in learning more about psychedelic self-care and integration? Check out and sign up for our new online course!
PK 138: Get your professional art career started with the Illustration Lighthouse· Pencil Kings | Inspiring Artist Interviews with Today's Best Artists
Full show notes at: https://www.pencilkings.com/podcast/ Ready to get your career as an artist started, or feeling stuck that you just can't seem to land your first art job? Today, we talk with Shane Madden from Illustration Lighthouse on how he is working with artists to shortcut the time it takes to start earning money with your creative skills. Interview Chapters 00:00-03:15 Introduction and Career Overview Your host, Mitch Bowler, introduces today's guest, Shane Madden, who talks about his varied career so far as an artist and the many different projects he's been involved in. 04:24-09:27 Why Being a Rockstar Concept Artist Isn't Your Only Career Option Many artists have dreams of becoming a rockstar concept artist like the ones you see on big art portfolio sites. But this certainly isn't the only option for you as an artist. There are so many areas where you can use your creative skills and still get paid....and in this chapter, Shane outlines what some of those areas are. 09:55-15:25 What is Illustration Lighthouse All About? Shane set up Illustration Lighthouse as a way to help artists produce the kind of portfolios employers are looking for and to help them find work in a wide range of creative fields. In this chapter, he explains what it's all about in detail and shares some super-useful tips to help you get your art career started. 16:27-22:16 What are Some of the Biggest Sticking Points for Artists So many people leave art school and never pick up a pencil again. In this chapter, we look into why this is, and Shane explains why he thinks so many promising art careers fall by the wayside. If you want to get ahead in your art career - but don't know what's holding you back - you might just find out in this chapter. 22:41-25:21 What Makes a Perfect Portfolio? Many artists think their portfolio should show a wide range of different styles, but this isn't necessarily what's going to get you hired. In this chapter, Shane draws on his own experiences as an artist to help explain what employers are looking for...and why tailoring the work in your portfolio to a specific audience can often be much more beneficial to your career. 25:50-31:04 But What if You Don't Know Which Kind of Artist You Are Yet? It can take a long time for an artist to find their niche and start producing work in their own unique style. In this chapter, Shane explains why this is a natural part of the creative process and shares some tried and tested techniques to help you discover what really interests and motivates you as an artist. 33:15-35:51 What Career Options are Available for Artists? We often think artists have a limited range of career options, but there are lots of 'hidden' opportunities out there that you may not have discovered yet. In this chapter, Shane runs through the wide and varied options you can get involved in as an artist, and explains why the demand for creatives is probably stronger now than it's ever been. 37:10-46:08 How Will Illustration Lighthouse Help You Create a Better Portfolio? Even though art is often a subjective thing, there are still some basic rules you can apply to help you get the results you want in your creative career. In this chapter, Shane explains how he helps artists create better portfolios and focus on their target audience to help them get noticed. You'll also learn how to go out there and make things happen...rather than wait around forever for those opportunities to come to you. 46:10-47:59 Where Can You Find Out More About Illustration Lighthouse? Ready to take action with your art career? In this section, you'll discover how to find out more about Illustration Lighthouse and how this effective program can help you finally get the opportunities you've been looking for as an artist. 48:00-50:00 Conclusion and Where to Find Shane Online Mitch wraps up today's interview and lets you know where to find Shane online.
137 Burnout, Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma in Vegan Activism – with Steven Dawson, LCSW· Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!
This week we're talking to Steven Dawson, LCSW, about burnout, compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma within vegan activism and veganism in general. We managed to touch on additional related topics, including how to deal with the guilt of feeling like you're not doing enough and how to build a better vegan movement through trauma-informed community building. The post 137 Burnout, Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma in Vegan Activism – with Steven Dawson, LCSW appeared first on Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack!.
HOW TO GET HEALTHY & BEAT STRESS THRU EPIGENETICS! Dr. Dawson Church | Health | Fitness | Spirituality | Self-Help | Inspire· Inspire Nation | Daily Inspiration - Motivation - Meditation | Law of Attraction | Health | Career | Spirituality | Self-Help
If you’ve ever struggled with illness, injury, disease or a mental condition and thought, or been told it’s in your genes, or it’s in your family, or your mom and dad had it, so so will you… and there’s nothing you can do about it, then do we have the do-about-it show for you! Today we’ll be talking with energy-psychology expert, Dr. Dawson Church, the award-winning best-selling author, of The Genie In Your Genes, A breakthrough book on the link between between emotions and genetics. He founded the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare (www.NIIH.org) to study and implement promising evidence-based psychological and medical techniques. Today we’ll talk about what is epigenetics, why it matters, and how we can change the way our genes work, or express themselves during our lifetime. We’ll look at how our genes are supposed to work, why they’re a bit off-track today, and what we can do help our genes work with us, rather than against us. That plus we’ll look at how to design the brain we want, the medical power of prayer, why there’s more than three wishes in a genie’s lamp, and how to give birth, to healthy, happy rats. Questions and Topics Include: What’s the link between energy, psychology and gene expression? What happened when Dr. Dawson Church co-wrote Soul Medicine with Dr. Norm an Shealy (founder American Holistic Medical Assocation) How energy has been used for healing in the past How energy and even spirituality affect gene expression What a key fob and epigenetics have in common How are our genes affected by our external environment What it means to have genes turned on or turned off What is a maladaptive response? What downsizing in a company does to the body Why we are not pre-determined by our genes Why cancer or heart-disease triggering genes do not mean you have to get cancer or heart disease Why does one identical twin get cancer when the other does not. Why a bit of a challenge in your diet can be a good thing What a mouse study on the agouti gene has to do with flipping genes on and off. What the danger is of a touch-deficit and how to reverse it. Ironhorse and how one belief can flip a gene on or off. How AID’s viruses and a patient’s health can be dramatically affected by a belief How prayer can affect the outcome of heart surgery. How even DNA can be changed by intention long distance (research by the Heart-Math institute). How your beliefs directly affect your results at the gym How to turn the gym into a spiritual or positive emotion experience. What is Dawson’s morning Epigenetic positivity routine. What is an Eco Meditation What can we do with our environment to help our genes or keep the stress gene from expressing? What a love-bathing practice is. The importance of a great sound scape to help you feel good (and reduce your cortisol levels) Can we rewire a negative response to become a positive? What do you do if you’ve gotten a diagnosis with a genetic component. Why the main purpose of a genetic test may be to scare the he** out of you. How a hearty laugh activates 31 positive genes in your body How feeling good about yourself triggers positive genes in your body as well. How to feel positive even with a negative diagnosis What it means to be tapping deep intimacy. Why stress doesn’t have to rule us, or flip our genes. Bonus Powerful Deep Relaxation 'ECO' Meditation from Dr. Dawson Church Dr. Dawson Church shares the Power of Epigenetics to Flip on Good Genes for Happiness & Health! + Meditation! Inspiration | Motivation | Inspirational | Motivational | Spiritual | Spirituality | Self-Improvement | Fitness | Self-Help | Inspire For More Info Visit: www.InspireNationShow.com
Shane Hubbard: Fitness Misconceptions, Dealing with Male Body Image & Having Character· Mind Body Musings Podcast: Feminine Embodiment | Surrender & Trust | Relationships | Limiting Beliefs | Radical Responsibility
Episode 69: Shane Hubbard is a personal trainer out of Bakersfield, California. He has been studying nutrition and fitness for 10 years. He is certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Some of his more notable mentors are Matt Stone, Paul Chek, Jon Goodman, John Barardi, and JP Sears. Through the years, and many different diets later, Shane has come full circle in his opinion on diet, nutrition, and all other facets pertaining to what is "healthy." Aside from training around the clock, Shane is also a health blogger, where he explores more than just the physical aspects of health, including mental and emotional health, as well as practical means for helping people recharge their metabolism.Show notes: Shane's emotional experiences with Paul Chek's courses Shane's perspective on current health misconceptions Why a six pack isn't necessary for being healthy (word!) His side effects from a low carb diet, and then a low fat diet Why there's a "strategic information release" today in regards to health (AKA people are trying to scare us from eating certain foods) How he became so "in tune" with his character Shane's tips for dealing with male body image and shame How Shane, as a trainer, helps his clients to focus on how they feel and not just how they lookConnect with Shane: Website Facebook Twitter YouTube InstagramBecome a patron of the show by contributing as little as $1 per podcast and get a mention on my show HERE![Tweet "Shane Hubbard has a lot to say about dealing with male body image. #bodypositivity"]Check out Stop Fighting Food free video training series HERE or click the photo below! (Sign up before October 9th, 2015 when the videos close until next year!)
Stop The Cravings with Dawson Church· JJ Virgin Lifestyle Show
Dawson Church shows us the roots of cravings and how to efficiently get rid of them through Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), or tapping. Dawson also gives you a special gift to be able to learn these tools and bring this change to your life all by yourself. Research shows that people using this technique reduce cravings by 86%. Listen to this show and be part of this amazing statistic! Start the new year by leaving that annoying craving behind. Key Takeaways: [:36] How you can reduce your cravings by 86%? [1:26] “Genie in your genes” Dawson Church´s book [2:30] EFT Emotional Freedom Techniques [2:39] Tapping acupuncture points [3:30] Research on EFT and cravings [4:40] Data showed that people have 45% reduction in anxiety and depression while tapping [4:57] 83% reduction of cravings in chocolate when tapping [5:17] How acupuncture works regarding your emotions? [5:50] The emotional brain reacts in the craving [6:09] If you remove the emotion, there is no emotional connection with the food you would usually crave. [7:05] How does this work? [8:04] If you suffer with PTSD, use a practitioner. [8:22] How do you find someone to help you? [9:41] Psychological trauma [10:03] Trauma capsule — how we tend to wrap around it? [10:50] When someone experienced trauma, the past is always present. [11:59] A case of cinnamon rolls craving [13:00] Love is connected with cravings. [13:47] Long term weight loss [14:28] Do you do it one time, or on regular basis? [14:43] When the food is right there you can tap. [15:14] What is the one thing you do every day that makes a difference in your life? [15:22] Practice meditation and become addicted to this biochemical balance. [15:40] Crave feeling good. [16:51] How does cortisol level affects you? [17:43] Dawsongift.com [17:54] Mini manual and meditation guidelines [19:04] Extra-fiver fights hunger [19:23] Jjvirgin.com/products [19:40] Listeners’ questions [19:49] How to increase Vitamin D level without eating dairy products? [20:47] Sunshine or supplements [22:18] jjvirgin.com/ask Mentioned in This Episode: Dawsongift.com Jjvirgin.com/products Jjvirgin.com/ask
Episode 38: Listener Questions, Dawson’s Two-Mic Setup and Mixing Process, Paiste Signature Combo Crisp Rhythmatist Hi-Hats, and More· The Modern Drummer Podcast With Mike and Mike
Episode 38: Listener Questions, Dawson’s Two-Mic Setup and Mixing Process, Paiste Signature Combo Crisp Rhythmatist Hi-Hats, and More | Modern Drummer Magazine In this episode, Mike and Mike answer more listener questions and then dig into Dawson’s two-mic setup and mixing process. The hosts then talk about which living drummer they'd like to take a lesson with and why. In the gear review section, Dawson discusses the 12" Paiste Signature Combo Crisp Rhythmatist hi-hats. The show concludes with picks of the week. Episode 38: Listener Questions, Dawson’s Two-Mic Setup and Mixing Process, Paiste Signature Combo Crisp Rhythmatist Hi-Hats, and More | Modern Drummer Magazine | Modern Drummer Magazine - The Online Presence of Modern Drummer Magazine.