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  • 00:45:08

    Christopher Thé – Black Star Pastry

    · The Unbearable Lightness of Being Hungry

    The fan base for Black Star Pastry is pretty large – after all, its stores attract long lines, have scored many Sydney food awards and even drawn the attention of an Argentinean TV show (its crew called up and asked for an updated pavlova). Black Star Pastry's success may seem unlikely when you consider that its creator Christopher Thé originally had a BA in Psychology and was also told the original Newtown location was "cursed" when he moved in; the DIY attitude that powered the first store meant that he pretty much built the patisserie from scratch, using his parents' retirement money. But the former pastry chef for Quay and Claude's eventually built up such interest for his work that a spin-off Black Star Pastry store opened in Rosebery and a pop-up has appeared at the Powerhouse Museum. Demand for his signature strawberry and watermelon cake has spiked exponentially – not long ago, he was selling half a tray of these a day; now Black Star Pastry buys around a ton of watermelon a week to cover the thousands of strawberry and watermelon pastries that are sold. (The revenue from the cake alone is basically enough to cover 40 people's wages at the company). Christopher shares many other amazing stories about running Black Star Pastry – including the incredibly personal story behind the design of the Rosebery outlet and the inspiration behind the Anzac Day cookie packages – to his surprising army ambitions, collaborations with local designers and keeping watch over former charges who have gone on to their own thing (look out for John Ralley's Textbook Patisserie).

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  • 01:11:06

    Les Cast Codeurs Podcast - Episode 81 - la NSA nous ecoute depuis 4 ans

    · Les Cast Codeurs Podcast

    Enregistré le 17 juin 2013 Téléchargement de l’épisode LesCastCodeurs-Episode–81.mp3 Sponsors - OCTO Nous croyons que l’informatique transforme nos sociétés. Nous voyons en chaque développeur un ouvrier aux mains d’or et un artisan travaillant dans les règles de l’art. Toi aussi viens rejoindre la tribu OCTO pour partager ton savoir et apporter ta pierre à l’édifice. Au delà du développement, tu découvriras que la création de valeur se fait à tous les niveaux du SI : dans l’architecture, les projets et les produits innovants. Tu verras la transformation à l’oeuvre chez nos clients et tu en deviendras l’acteur et le promoteur. Pour en savoir plus… Coup de pouce Une tasse de Thé Podcast http://unetassedethepodcast.com NipDev http://www.niptech.com/podcast/category/nipdev/ News Conferences: Apple world et Red Hat Summit Keynote d’Apple http://www.apple.com/apple-events/june-2013/ Mac Pro http://arstechnica.com/apple/2013/06/a-critical-look-at-the-new-mac-pro/ OpenCL http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenCL CUDA http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CUDA Haswell http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haswell_(microarchitecture) JUDCon http://www.jboss.org/events/JUDCon/2013/unitedstates/ CamelOne http://www.camelone.com MySQL -> MariaDB pour RHEL http://www.itwire.com/business-it-news/open-source/60292-red-hat-ditches-mysql-switches-to-mariadb ava App server debate - WildFly gagne http://zeroturnaround.com/rebellabs/the-great-java-application-server-debate-with-tomcat-jboss-glassfish-jetty-and-liberty-profile/ OpenShift les prix https://www.openshift.com/blogs/announcing-the-openshift-online-silver-plan JBoss Windup https://github.com/windup/windup Aerogear et push server (route, securite, push server, geoloc, otp) Java Compiler en 1.5 ou avant retiré en Java 9 http://openjdk.java.net/jeps/182 Quelle version de Java en production et en développement ? http://glaforge.appspot.com/article/which-jdk-versions-do-you-use Entreprise Java EE 7 et les TCKs sont officiellement disponibles http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/press/1957557 Envoyer du JMS avec des evenements CDI http://john-ament.blogspot.fr/2013/06/whats-new-in-jms-2-part-2-event-based.html JBoss Tools https://community.jboss.org/en/tools/blog/2013/06/05/beta-time-for-jboss-tools-41-and-developer-studio-70 Autocompletion http://emmanuelbernard.com/blog/2013/05/28/autocompletion-is-crap/ Cloudera Search http://blog.cloudera.com/blog/2013/06/cloudera-search-the-newest-hadoop-framework-for-cdh-users-and-developers/ Mobile Android Studio - etre Gradle centric http://alexruiz.developerblogs.com/?p=2700 XWiki Mobile http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/XWikiMobile Cloud La NSA vous regarde, impact de la NSA sur les déploiements cloud Apple et le partage de donnees avec la justice http://www.apple.com/apples-commitment-to-customer-privacy/ PiCloud http://techcrunch.com/2013/06/14/picloud/ Thales et l’espionnage Français http://lexpansion.lexpress.fr/high-tech/internet-sms-comment-thales-va-mettre-les-reseaux-francais-sur-ecoute_383757.html?p=3 Ce que PRISM signifie pour les entreprises françaises http://lecercle.lesechos.fr/economie-societe/recherche-innovation/intelligence-economique/221174654/prism-signifie-entreprises-f Debats backbone.js http://backbonejs.org Angular.js http://angularjs.org jQuery Mobile http://jquerymobile.com Pairing is just NOT a substitute for code-reviews. It falls prey to groupthink and other social dynamics. Stop spreading this, agile people. – Dhanji La documentation: Asciidoc et JavaDoc http://asciidoctor.org/news/2013/06/03/asciidoclet-announcement/ Asciidoc http://asciidoc.org Asciidoctor (implementation Ruby) http://asciidoctor.org XWiki Rendering http://rendering.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/WebHome Outils de l’épisode Localisation dans le navigateur http://instantserver.io/ Fichier .rvmrc https://rvm.io/workflow/rvmrc Etre notifié des nouveaux artifacts https://www.artifact-listener.org Dans iTerm 2, on peut ouvrir une URL en clickant dessus via Command+click JUG et Conferences Devoxx Belgique http://www.devoxx.be/#/ https://sites.google.com/site/jugsummercamp/ vendredi 20 septembre (call for paper) Scala IO - 24–25 Octobre 2013 : the Scala and functionnal programming conference in Paris via @ScalaIO_FR => ScalaDays, ScalaIO, on ne les arrête plus :-) Soft Shake 24, 25 octobre à Genève Nous contacter Contactez-nous via twitter http://twitter.com/lescastcodeurs sur le groupe Google http://groups.google.com/group/lescastcodeurs ou sur le site web http://lescastcodeurs.com/ Flattr-ez nous (dons) sur http://lescastcodeurs.com/ En savoir plus sur le sponsoring? sponsors@lescastcodeurs.com

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  • 00:55:10

    083 Dr. Trevor Cates: Heal Your Skin From Within

    · Wellness Force Radio | Discovering Physical & Emotional Intelligence To Live Life Well

    "We have two different options. One option is that we can suppress and cover up our skin's problems with creams, makeup, or topical steroids. However, this is not really addressing the root problem of what is going on with our body. The other option is to really look at what the body is trying to tell us. The body is so wise and it's so important to pay attention to the signals that our skin gives us instead of ignoring them." - Dr. Trevor Cates   The skin is an incredible organ that protects our underlying tissues, organs, and bones. Each day, it keeps us insulated, controls our body temperature, and helps us take in essential Vitamin D from the sun. The skin is also a key indicator that lets us know when our physical and emotional health is unbalanced. If our skin is dry, oil, itchy, or breaks out in acne, it's telling us that there is something else going on with our bodies that needs to be addressed. If our skin is so amazing, shouldn't we do more for it by eating the right foods and give it the care that it needs to stay strong and healthy? This week, licensed Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Trevor Cates aka The Spa Doctor shares her personal experience of dealing with skin problems and how we can heal our skin from within. You will learn how to use natural foods and real life methods so that you can have that healthy glowing skin no matter your age or race.   Discover The Root of Skin Problems   "We're all different because of our genes, but that doesn't mean that we're stuck with our genes. We can change our genetic expression based upon how we live. We can change the foods that we eat, the products that we use, or the toxins in our environment such as mold."   - Dr. Trevor Cates   We have the power to take control and improve our own health and wellness. At a young age, Dr. Trevor Cates suffered from allergies and infections that led to bumps and itchy hives on her skin. Once her parents got in touch with a holistic practitioner, she learned exactly what her skin and body needed to be healthy again.  Soon enough, her skin cleared up and her self-confidence at school blossomed. The root of Dr. Cates skin problems were not only because of her genetics, but also because of the organic milk that she was drinking and the toxic mold in her home. Our skin acts as a magic mirror and can give us so many clues about our health. Take a moment a think to yourself, do you have the following indicators of poor skin health: Is you skin __________? Dry Oily Dull Do you have__________? Acne Eczema Hives Psoriasis Rosacea Whether we're experiencing mild or extreme cases, if these skin problems show up, it's a good indicator that something is out of balance in our bodies.   The Best and Worst Foods for Our Skin There are many foods that can help improve the health of our skin, but there are also many trigger foods that can worsen it. Here, Dr. Trevor Cates has put together a list of The 5 Best and Worst Foods for Skin Inflammation:  5 Best Foods for Skin Inflammation: Berries Sweet Potatoes Ginger Wild Alaskan Salmon Cruciferous Vegetables 5 Worst Foods for Skin Inflammation: Sugar Dairy Barbecued and overcooked meat Refined grains Trans fats and common cooking oils such as vegetable oil Dr. Cates also shared that corn, soy, and nightshade foods (i.e. potatoes, paprika, tomato, and eggplant) also have a negative affect on our bodies. In her upcoming book, Clean Skin From Within, she shares more information on what foods to eat and what to avoid. How do we know what foods are best for us? To learn about your own body and what foods are good for your skin and what will make you break out, Dr. Cates suggests doing a 2 week to 1 month challenge to discover what specific trigger foods affect your health. During the challenge, eliminate any of the top trigger/ worst foods for your skin from your diet. At the end of the challenge, slowly reintroduce each food once at a time and see if you react to the food in a negative manner. Dr. Cates also has a 21 Healthy Habits Challenge. Avoid Harmful Ingredients on Your Skin   "If you can't put it in your month, then you probably shouldn't put it on your skin."                    - Dr. Trevor Cates   On average, we use 9 personal care products each day such as: shampoo, fragrance, shaving cream, lotion, face wash, deodorant, hair gel, makeup etc. More often than not, these products contain ingredients that are harmful toxins or hormone disrupting chemicals. Dr. Trevor Cates shared several specific ingredients that we should stay away from. You may click here to read her entire blog post, Are Your Skincare Products Causing a Hormone Imbalance? Even if products claim to be "natural," it's just a word that is used to hide the fact that the ingredients include synthetic fragrance and other hormone disrupting chemicals such as diethyl phthalate and DMDM hydantoin aka formaldehyde releasers. Fragrance Diethyl phthalate is a plasticizing agent that is used to help hold the scent in fragrance. Even though we all want to smell good, a long-lasting scent is connected to headaches, dizziness, asthma, and allergies. A better alternative is to use essential oils if you want to smell good all day. Do your research and find a company that you know you can trust and one that uses clean extraction processes for their essential oil products. Beauty Products Formaldehyde is a known carcinogen and irritant found in nail products, hair dye, fake eyelash adhesives, and some shampoos. It is banned in the European Union, but unfortunately the FDA still allows it to be used as an ingredient in our products. Sunscreen One common ingredient that also disrupts our hormones is oxybenzone. Stay away from products with this ingredient and replace it with something that includes minerals such as zinc oxide and anti-titanium dioxide. One of Dr. Cates' favorite sunscreens is from DeVita.    The Impact of Our Emotions on Our Skin Genetics, food, and environmental toxins are not the only factors that affect our skin's health. Our emotional wellness plays a big part as well. If we're emotionally unbalanced because of stress and other factors, this can affect our thyroid health and cortisol levels. Excess cortisol levels can help trigger skin inflammation which can create or worsen skin conditions. To learn about your skin's health, Dr. Trevor Cates has a Skin Quiz that you can take. Here are Josh's results: Josh's Skin Quiz Test Results   Take Action to Heal Your Family's Skin   "It's important that instead of using food to help us feel better, we should deal with what's really underlying there. Find out what are the emotional issues that are going on and address those issues. The sooner you can do that with kids, the better you can help them address their health on their own. It's so much better than to say, "Here's a piece of candy. Everything's gong to be okay." - Dr. Trevor Cates on comfort food and children   To help your family live life with healthy skin and bodies, lead by example. Whether they're 7 or 17, kids will pay attention to what their parents are doing and look up to them. Eat healthy meals and encourage them to do the same. Instead of serving the same traditional kid meals i.e. Mac n' Cheese or hot dogs, introduce new foods at an early stage. Take them to different restaurants such as Thai or Indian to help them learn to appreciate and try different foods. The earlier, the better. Pay attention to your children's dietary needs as well. If you know that some foods affect their skin, teach them what foods are not good for them and what substitutes are better for their health. If you know that your child shouldn't eat gluten or dairy, take a moment to teach them the importance of following their diet. Walk them through a self analysis by asking questions: What did you eat? How did you feel after you ate? How do you feel now? What should you eat in the future? About Dr. Trevor Cates Dr. Trevor Cates received her medical degree from the National College of Natural Medicine and was the first woman licensed as a naturopathic doctor in the state of California. She was appointed by former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to California's Bureau of Naturopathic Medicine Advisory Council and served on the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians’ board. In addition to her medical degree, Dr. Cates has a master’s degree in spiritual psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Dr. Cates consults patients over the phone and in her office in Park City Utah and is also a feature contributor on FOX13 News.   Resources From The Show   Dr. Trevor Cates' official website The Spa Dr. official website Take Dr. Cates' Skin Quiz to find out how healthy you are! Check out The Spa Dr. Podcast Buy sunscreen products from DeVita From Dr. Cates' blog: Are Your Skincare Products Causing a Hormone Imbalance? From Dr. Cates' blog: 5 Best and Worst Foods for “Skinflammation” From Dr. Cates' blog: Natural Remedies for Summertime First Aid From Weight Loss Resistance to High Performance with Dr. Matt Accurso Dr. John Gray: ADHD, Brain Health, & Sex Addiction Love vs. Fear: Body Intelligence with Katie & Gay Hendricks What You'll Hear On The Show 1:50  Josh discusses today's show topics and Trevor's bio 3:20  Introduction to Trevor 4:30  What's something unique about Dr. Cates? 6:00  Can you tell us about your past and story of healing?. 7:50  Did any foods or creams affect your skin's health when you were younger? 8:40  Mold's affect on our wellness 10:00 Do genetics create skin problems or does it depend what creams we use and what food we eat? 10:50  What can our skin tell us about our body's health? 12:20  Two options to approaching skin problems 13:35-Can emotional health also impact our skin? Similar to food and toxins, can our emotions improve or degrade our skin's health? 15:30  If we argue with our loved ones? Can this stress cause acne or other skin problems? 16:00  Does acne have an age gap? Can you get it at any age or can a hormonal imbalance trigger it? 18:00  What is Sebum? What is the connection between this oil and our skin? 19:20  How do we test what foods make our skin health and what makes our skin break out? 21:00-What are key ingredients in different skin and personal care products that we should avoid? 28:15  Can you suggest any brands that use essential oils or provide natural products that are good for skin? 30:00  Essential Bundle from Perfect Supplements for the Wellness Force Audience 31:20  The problem with FDA ingredient regulations and why we can't have safer standards. 34:20  Sunscreen Recommendations 36:10  What have you done to help your own family have healthy skin? 39:40  What can happen if parents don't set boundaries for their children? 41:45  What help change a person's mindset to eat better to get healthier skin? 44:00  Can an avocado mask help my skin? 46:10  Why did you decide to create your online skincare and supplement brand and program? 47:55  7 for 7 round with Trevor and Josh 50:40  Trevor's personal mantra and strategy for motivation 51:30  Trevor's definition of Wellness 51:40 Takeaways from today's show   Rate & Review Wellness Force Aloha! Josh here. Listen, I deeply value your thoughts, now let your voice be heard. I live to serve the Wellness Force even better based on your words, feedback, and requests. (including how these episodes can allow you to break bad habits) Thanks To Our Amazing Sponsor Want to avoid more trips to the store and save hundreds of dollars a year on superfood supplements? Check out Perfect Supplements.com Go to perfectsupplements.com/wellnessforce to get your grass-fed collagen from today's show and sign up for a free membership, plus get 10% off your entire order - just enter promo code "wellnessforce" at checkout.   Ask A Live Question For The Next Episode Click here to leave a voicemail directly to Josh Trent to be read live! Get Your Free Audio Book http://www.wellnessforce.com/FreeBook  You May Also Like These Episodes Food Freedom Forever With Melissa Hartwig Nir Eyal:Breaking Bad Habits, Technology Addiction, & Emotional Triggers Healthy, Happy & Harder To Kill w/ Steph Gaudreau of Stupid Easy Paleo Beyond Meditation: How To Get A Better Brain With Ariel Garten Living A Healthy Lifestyle In A Modern World With Dan Pardi Creating A Life Worth Living With Michael Strasner Get More Wellness In Your Life: Download Your Free Wellness Technology Guide: wellnessforce.com/radio Don't miss next week's show: Subscribe and stay updated Did you like this show? Rate and review Wellness Force on iTunes So nice! You read all the way to the bottom? That's what I call love! I do the same thing for the people, things, and movements I care about as well. PS: Looks like you and I share the same passion. I'm grateful for you and want to extend you my email address. 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  • 00:38:33

    Episode 008 | Trevor Page - Teaching and Learning, Always and Everywhere

    · Developer On Fire

    Guest: Trevor Page @programwithjava Trevor Page talks with Dave Rael about learning and teaching to code, inspiration, and passion. Trevor is a programmer who started down a very typical path in life. He went to school got good grades, was accepted into university, got a degree, landed an entry level position and started climbing the corporate ladder.But as time passed, he felt like he was just a bit different from his peers at work and at home. From the outside in, he “had it all”, but always felt like something was missing. Until one day in June of 2012 when he discovered “the podcast”.After jumping from random podcast to podcast he eventually settled on podcasts in the business category and found his new passion. Entrepreneurship. After absorbing all the information he could about sales, marketing and entrepreneurship in general, Trevor quit his day job as a senior software engineer and ventured out into the unexplored territories of running his own business.Fast forward almost three years and Trevor is now enjoying the fruits of his labours as he works from home, sets his own hours and gets to learn new things almost every single day! Chapters: 00:28 - Dave introduces the show and Trevor Page 03:35 - Trevor's definition of value 05:42 - Trevor's business 09:22 - The things that "light Trevor up" 10:21 - Writing software is cool 13:04 - Trevor's story of failure, survival mode and making yourself valuable 18:58 - Trevor's greatest success story - Earning passive income while helping user learn to code 25:41 - How Trevor stays current with what he needs to know 28:27 - Trevor's book recommendations 29:54 - Optimization of effort for both business and software 31:52 - The things about which Trevor like to geek out 33:07 - Trevor's top 3 tips for delivering more value 37:24 - Farewell Resources: Trevor's business website and blogMentioned on the show: John Sonmez's course: How to Market Yourself As a Software Developer - remember to use discount code "optimized" for $100 off Trevor's book recommendation: Head First Java - Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich - Tim Ferriss Trevor's top 3 tips for delivering more value: Learn continually Learn to communicate

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  • 00:22:11

    028: CivicSpark Fellows—Making the Central Valley More Sustainable

    · Infinite Earth Radio – weekly conversations with leaders building smarter, more sustainable, and equitable communities

    Topic: Bringing New Economic Opportunities to Disadvantaged Communities In This Episode: 02:04 Introduction of Trevor Wilson and Mitchelle De Leon. 03:05 Trevor and Mitchelle share what the CivicSpark AmeriCorps program is all about. 04:13 Mitchelle shares the moment he decided that he wanted to become a CivicSpark fellow. 05:10 Trevor shares the moment he decided that he wanted to become a CivicSpark fellow. 06:08 Trevor describes the application process. 07:27 Mitchelle explains his application experience. 07:41 Trevor describes his experience of what it’s like to be in the program. 09:13 Mitchelle shares his experience of being in the program. 10:37 Mitchelle explains the project he’s working on. 11:51 Trevor shares the project he’s working on. 12:53 Mitchelle and Trevor tell what’s next for each of them. 14:28 Trevor and Mitchelle describe how the CivicSpark experience has impacted them and how it will serve them in the future. 16:40 Trevor and Mitchelle share the advice they would give to someone who is interested in becoming a CivicSpark fellow. 18:57 Mitchelle and Trevor share one change that would lead to smarter, more sustainable, and more equitable communities. 19:59 Trevor and Mitchelle describe the action that listeners can take to help build a more equitable and sustainable future. 20:53 Trevor and Mitchelle explain what California-San Joaquin Valley looks like 30 years from now. Guests: Mitchelle De Leon recently graduated from California State University, Bakersfield with a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a concentration in Finance. During college, he engaged his fellow students on environmental justice issues in Kern County. He aspires to work on policies on state and federal levels, ensuring fair and equitable solutions to climate change. In 2016, he plans to start a nonprofit organization focused on building youth leaders' capacity to address climate change Trevor Wilson grew up in the middle of Michigan and moved on to Michigan State University, where he received a Bachelor's degree in International Relations. He focused on renewable energy policy and sustainability. Trevor’s senior thesis paper was on Germany's energy transition to renewables, leading him to a summer internship with an environmental protection organization in Berlin, Germany. Organization: CivicSpark is a Governor’s Initiative AmeriCorps program dedicated to building capacity for local governments to address climate change and water management issues in California, administered by the Local Government Commission in partnership with the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research. The mission of CivicSpark is to build capacity for local governments to address climate change and water management needs. Each year, CivicSpark recruits 68 fellows—48 Climate Action Fellows, and 20 Water Action Fellows—who contribute over 65,000 hours to help California communities respond to climate change and water management needs. In collaboration with local government staff, CivicSpark fellows implement a needed climate or water-focused project, while also building long-term capacity to ensure the work is sustained after their service year is completed. Local governments get dedicated project support from a focused team of enthusiastic emerging professionals who receive specialized professional development and sector training. Take Away Quotes: “Fellows complete eleven months of service, working on a variety of climate-change-related projects, from developing climate action plans, increasing electric-vehicle infrastructure, to completing greenhouse gas inventories for cities. You can think of us foot soldiers for local climate action throughout California.” “CivicSpark is really about showing passionate young people what the reality of climate action looks like, so taking all of these very passionate, ideological young people and turning them into goal-oriented doers instead of thinkers; and so I [Trevor] think that, really, the goal is to create these local champions throughout California and throughout the world.” “During college I [Mitchelle] grew increasingly passionate about climate change and the disproportionate impacts of climate change on disadvantaged communities. Having lived half my life in the Central Valley and another half of my life in the Philippines, climate change is an incredibly personal issue for me. And throughout college my theory of change centered around advocacy and grassroots organizing, and I saw CivicSpark as an opportunity to identify different leverage points to take action on climate-justice issues, and so when I learned that my primary focus for CivicSpark would be water then I knew that was a perfect opportunity to take action.” “It’s hard to tell just from an online posting exactly how impactful a job will be, but this one was just worlds beyond what I [Trevor] was expecting.” “Climate action is for everyone. Climate action really involves every type of every field of work. It involves every major in college. It really is an overall problem to tackle.” Resources: WE CAN (Water-Energy Community Action Network) — San Joaquin Valley CivicSpark Learn more about the Fellowship and check out the 2016-2017 Fellowship Application! Local Government Commission (LCG)

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  • 01:16:28

    276: Trevor Dayley – How to be more likeable

    · The Business of Photography - Sprouting Photographer Podcast

    Episode #276 of the podcast features an interview with Trevor Dayley. Discussion topics: Customer experience, setting context, increasing referrals, and exceeding expectations. The post 276: Trevor Dayley – How to be more likeable appeared first on Sprouting Photographer - Business Education for the Professional Photographer.

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  • 00:57:56

    040 JSJ Conferences

    · JavaScript Jabber

    Panel Trevor Tingey (twitter blog) Joe Eames (twitter github blog) Tim Caswell (twitter github howtonode.org) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)Discussion01:16 - Conferences Attended Visual Studio Live (VS Live) (Joe) Utah Open Source (Joe & Chuck) Utah JS (Joe) MountainWest RubyConf (Trevor & Chuck) JSConf (Trevor) UberConference (Trevor) Web 2.0 (Trevor) RailsConf (Chuck) RubyConf (Chuck) Aloha Ruby Conference (Chuck) New Media Expo (Chuck)03:24 - Preparing/Planning for Conferences08:39 - Chatting with Others/Making Contacts at Conferences Hackathons Social Activities14:36 - Hackathons/Code Retreats/Workshops Global Day of Coderetreat DevTeach18:46 - Methodology Conferences Agile Roots22:42 - Industry Conferences vs Local/Regional Conferences Multiple Tracks Networking28:12 - Making the Most out of Sessions Taking Notes Follow Along in Code Sessions Seating Choice33:02 - Lightning Talks Speaking Exposure35:37 - Speaking at Conferences (Tim Joins) Veteran Speakers vs Unique Speakers41:00 - Submitting Proposals Interesting Title42:56 - Mistakes People Make Speaking at Conferences Underestimating Time Practice Your Talk Be Excited45:24 - Preparing Slides Bullet Points Color/Contrast50:03 - Watch Your AudiencePicks The Hobbit (Joe) RiffTrax (Joe) Pluralsight (Joe) Blue Microphones: Yeti (Tim) Closure Compiler Service (Chuck) Headline Hacks (Chuck) Once Upon a Time (Trevor) Sublime Text 2 (Trevor) Jack Reacher (Trevor) Foo Fighters (Trevor)TranscriptCHUCK:  From the meat lockers of Domo.[This episode today is sponsored by Component One. Makers of Wijmo. If you need stunning UI elements or awesome graphs and charts then go to Wijmo.com and check them out.][Hosting and bandwidth provided by the Blue Box Group. Check them out at BlueBox.net.] CHUCK:  Hey everybody and welcome to episode 40 of the JavaScript Jabber Show. This week on our panel, we have Joe Eames.JOE: Howdy!CHUCK:  I’m Charles Max Wood from devchat.tv and we have a special guest, that’s Trevor Tingey.TREVOR:  Hello.CHUCK:  He’s joining us from Domo. We had some folks on vacation and stuff and we were short a few people. So, Joe invited one of his co-workers. I don’t really have co-workers per se since I’m doing contract stuff most of the time. Anyway...JOE:  Is your cat your co-worker, Chuck?CHUCK:  What was that?JOE:  Is your cat your co-worker?CHUCK:  I don’t have a cat.JOE:  A dog?CHUCK:  Nope, I don’t have a dog either. I’m allergic to cats. But yeah, no cats.Anyway, we’re going to talk this week about making the most of conferences. I’m a little curious, what conferences have you guys been able to attend over the last few years or over your career?JOE:  I was a Microsoft developer before I went fully front end. So I went to several Microsoft development conferences, VS Live was probably my favorite one. Recently, I’ve been to the Utah Open Source conference and the Utah JavaScript conference, really liked those.CHUCK:  Yeah, the local conferences are fun. What about you, Trevor?TREVOR:  I’ve been to a lot of conferences. Recently, I went to the Mountain West Ruby Conference. That was entertaining. I went to the JavaScript, JS Conf and that was the first Node Conf also was kind of dependent on the end of the JS Conf and that was up in Portland. I really liked that one. Like Joe, I used to do some Microsoft stuff. So, I’ve been to Microsoft before and several other ones in between, Uber Conf, Web 2.0 in New York.JOE:  Does Comdex count? I went to Comdex once. [laughs]CHUCK:  Yeah, I didn’t really start going to conferences until I gotten into Ruby. So, most of the conferences I’ve been to were Ruby related, though I did go the Utah Open Source and some of those. Yeah,

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  • 00:57:56

    040 JSJ Conferences

    · All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv

    Panel Trevor Tingey (twitter blog) Joe Eames (twitter github blog) Tim Caswell (twitter github howtonode.org) Charles Max Wood (twitter github Teach Me To Code Rails Ramp Up)Discussion01:16 - Conferences Attended Visual Studio Live (VS Live) (Joe) Utah Open Source (Joe & Chuck) Utah JS (Joe) MountainWest RubyConf (Trevor & Chuck) JSConf (Trevor) UberConference (Trevor) Web 2.0 (Trevor) RailsConf (Chuck) RubyConf (Chuck) Aloha Ruby Conference (Chuck) New Media Expo (Chuck)03:24 - Preparing/Planning for Conferences08:39 - Chatting with Others/Making Contacts at Conferences Hackathons Social Activities14:36 - Hackathons/Code Retreats/Workshops Global Day of Coderetreat DevTeach18:46 - Methodology Conferences Agile Roots22:42 - Industry Conferences vs Local/Regional Conferences Multiple Tracks Networking28:12 - Making the Most out of Sessions Taking Notes Follow Along in Code Sessions Seating Choice33:02 - Lightning Talks Speaking Exposure35:37 - Speaking at Conferences (Tim Joins) Veteran Speakers vs Unique Speakers41:00 - Submitting Proposals Interesting Title42:56 - Mistakes People Make Speaking at Conferences Underestimating Time Practice Your Talk Be Excited45:24 - Preparing Slides Bullet Points Color/Contrast50:03 - Watch Your AudiencePicks The Hobbit (Joe) RiffTrax (Joe) Pluralsight (Joe) Blue Microphones: Yeti (Tim) Closure Compiler Service (Chuck) Headline Hacks (Chuck) Once Upon a Time (Trevor) Sublime Text 2 (Trevor) Jack Reacher (Trevor) Foo Fighters (Trevor)TranscriptCHUCK:  From the meat lockers of Domo.[This episode today is sponsored by Component One. Makers of Wijmo. If you need stunning UI elements or awesome graphs and charts then go to Wijmo.com and check them out.][Hosting and bandwidth provided by the Blue Box Group. Check them out at BlueBox.net.] CHUCK:  Hey everybody and welcome to episode 40 of the JavaScript Jabber Show. This week on our panel, we have Joe Eames.JOE: Howdy!CHUCK:  I’m Charles Max Wood from devchat.tv and we have a special guest, that’s Trevor Tingey.TREVOR:  Hello.CHUCK:  He’s joining us from Domo. We had some folks on vacation and stuff and we were short a few people. So, Joe invited one of his co-workers. I don’t really have co-workers per se since I’m doing contract stuff most of the time. Anyway...JOE:  Is your cat your co-worker, Chuck?CHUCK:  What was that?JOE:  Is your cat your co-worker?CHUCK:  I don’t have a cat.JOE:  A dog?CHUCK:  Nope, I don’t have a dog either. I’m allergic to cats. But yeah, no cats.Anyway, we’re going to talk this week about making the most of conferences. I’m a little curious, what conferences have you guys been able to attend over the last few years or over your career?JOE:  I was a Microsoft developer before I went fully front end. So I went to several Microsoft development conferences, VS Live was probably my favorite one. Recently, I’ve been to the Utah Open Source conference and the Utah JavaScript conference, really liked those.CHUCK:  Yeah, the local conferences are fun. What about you, Trevor?TREVOR:  I’ve been to a lot of conferences. Recently, I went to the Mountain West Ruby Conference. That was entertaining. I went to the JavaScript, JS Conf and that was the first Node Conf also was kind of dependent on the end of the JS Conf and that was up in Portland. I really liked that one. Like Joe, I used to do some Microsoft stuff. So, I’ve been to Microsoft before and several other ones in between, Uber Conf, Web 2.0 in New York.JOE:  Does Comdex count? I went to Comdex once. [laughs]CHUCK:  Yeah, I didn’t really start going to conferences until I gotten into Ruby. So, most of the conferences I’ve been to were Ruby related, though I did go the Utah Open Source and some of those. Yeah,

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  • 00:39:33

    VN014: Chọn Gap year để tìm ra công việc mình thực sự muốn làm với cô bạn "khi chênh vênh người trẻ phải dấn thân" Trường Anh

    · The Blue Expat

    Gap year có lẽ là một chủ đề khá mới với nhiều bạn trẻ ở Việt Nam hiện nay. Với những bạn trẻ phương Tây thì đây lại là một khái niệm rất phổ biến, ta có thể thấy rất nhiều những bạn người Mỹ thực hiện 1 năm du lịch để khám phá bản thân hay đi tình nguyện ở những nơi có cuộc sống trái ngược với nơi họ sinh ra và lớn lên. Nói vậy không có nghĩa là những bạn trẻ người Việt mình không thực hiện những gap year ấy, chỉ đơn giản là họ chưa gọi đúng tên cho những cuộc thử sức của bản thân mà thôi. Vậy nên nếu bạn đã từng có thời gian thực hiện điều mình thích mà điều này đi ngược với suy nghĩ của nhiều người thì bạn có thể tự tin rằng chưa chắc điều bạn đang làm là bất bình thường đến vậy, có thể bạn đang thực hiện một xu hướng bình thường của giới trẻ hiện đại. “Khi còn trẻ, chúng ta có thể chênh vênh với những lựa chọn phía trước Nhưng quan trọng nhất, khi chênh vênh người trẻ phải dấn thân.” Bạn có thể đã đọc được câu này trên báo hay đọc blog của chính chủ nhân câu nói này, hoặc đây là lần đầu tiên bạn nghe tới điều này. Với tôi đây là câu nói đưa tôi đến với buổi trò chuyện ngày hôm nay với chủ nhân câu nói ấy: Nguyễn Bảo Trường Anh, một cựu du học sinh Mỹ và là nhân vật nổi trội trong tổ chức Vietabroader, một tổ chức danh tiếng mà bất kỳ bạn trẻ nào muốn du học Mỹ cũng nên biết. Tốt nghiệp hạng ưu tại Đại học Adelphi (New York, Mỹ) vào mùa hè 2016 với hai chuyên ngành Quản trị Kinh doanh và Mỹ thuật, Trường Anh đã từng thực tập tại Mỹ và Việt Nam trong lĩnh vực quản trị thương hiệu, khởi nghiệp và bảo hiểm. Là một bạn trẻ năng nổ, Trường Anh gắn bó với VietAbroader từ khi còn là học sinh cấp 3 với tư cách là người tham dự, diễn giả rồi trở thành Đồng Trưởng Ban Kinh doanh và Nghề Nghiệp của tổ chức danh tiếng mà bất kỳ ai mong muốn du học Mỹ cũng nên biết này. Cô cũng là một thành viên chủ chốt trong Ban Tổ chức Hội thảo Du học 2011, Hội thảo Nghề nghiệp 2015 của Vietabroader, Trường Anh mong muốn chia sẻ những kiến thức, kinh nghiệm mình có đối với các bạn trẻ như mình. Hy vọng sẽ góp một phần nhỏ công sức trong các dự án giúp đỡ sinh viên Việt Nam tiếp cận với thông tin nghề nghiệp tin cậy và định hướng sự nghiệp cho bản thân mình. Hiện tại Trường Anh còn cùng bạn của mình sáng lập ra ADX consulting để giúp đỡ các bạn trẻ có mong muốn dành học bổng du học Mỹ hay tìm internship, tư vấn cho các bạn sinh viên viết cover letter và bài luận.

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  • 00:31:07

    VN008: Hành trình trở thành người tốt hơn cùng Yoga với Linh Ngân

    · The Blue Expat

    Yoga vẫn luôn được biết đến như là một môn tập luyện tổng hợp của thể lực, tâm lý và tinh thần bắt nguồn từ Ấn Độ cổ. Hiện tại thì Yoga và những biến thể của mình đang rất được ưa chuộng và phổ biến tại Việt Nam, có rất nhiều những studio và fitness center đào tạo Yoga bài bản. Nhưng ở nước ngoài thì sao và những người Việt ở nước ngoài thì họ tập như thế nào? Một cách tập rất phổ biến là qua Youtube hay đến các phòng tập, nhưng để duy trì việc tập luyện thì có phải là ai cũng làm được? Khách mời ngày hôm nay sẽ là một Yogi chính hiệu người Việt đang sinh sống ở Hà Lan, tên cô ấy là Linh Ngân. Các bạn hãy lắng nghe những chia sẻ của cô ấy, một người bắt đầu từ việc tập Yoga vì không muốn mất thời gian ra phòng tập gym đến một Yogi thực thụ của dòng Ashtanga, người đã tham gia những lớp học ở nhiều nơi trên thế giới và đặc biệt là quê hương của Yoga: Ấn Độ chia sẻ về hành trình tập Yoga và trở nên tự tin yêu đời hơn nhờ có Yoga như thế nào nhé!

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  • Choisir son thé

    · À votre service

    Le thé est né il y a plusieurs millénaires en Asie et c'est aujourd'hui encore l'une des boissons les plus consommées au monde ; on en produit chaque année 2.700.000 tonnes environ, 1200 milliards de tasses de thé sont bues par an, soit 36 000 à la seconde. Mais ce n'est pas pour autant que nous savons, que vous savez tout sur le thé !Quelles en sont les différentes variétés, faut-il choisir son thé en feuilles ou en sachets, comment le doser, à quelle température le servir, quelles utilisations peut-on en faire en cuisine et comment le déguster dans les règles de l'art ?

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  • Episode 13 - Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed)

    · Turned Out A Punk

    This week Damian is joined by hardcore legend Jamey Jasta of Hatebreed. Jamey also had his own podcast ‘The Jasta Show’ and various other projects, including former owner of xmulletx.com. Listen in as the two talk about Jamey’s rise from throwing park shows in Connecticut Commons, to being in one of the most popular aggressive bands in the world. For the first part of the conversation check out https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-jasta-show/id905155742?mt=2 Episode 55. Also discussed in the episode:- Metallica’s Black Album, a record worth fight over- Agnostic Front, Sick Of It All, and Bad Brains “going metal” and having it speak to you- Roger Merit as inspirational pin-up- The elitism of underground music scenes- The burden of being unable to get into Fugazi- Cold calling for a show and having it work- Playing a club the night after a GG Allin show: SHOES REQUIRED- Being thrown out of a band as motivation to start a new band- Putting on outdoors show on the New Haven Green- Booking Conerstone to play Leeway and CroMags- Be careful what gets used as a pull quote: "The starting Hatebreed as a reaction to Quicksand" story.- Hardcore is: “Infest, Voorhees and Man Is The Bastard”- The second wave of having Ray and Porcell pissed at you- Connecticut: “We were dicks”- Booking Saves The Day and New Found Glory- Never being above playing a certain type of show- Touring with the Voorhees and being booked by Neil from Nausea- Matt Galley: From Hatebreed… merch guy to booking My Chemical Romance- Trading records with Assuck and Ebullition- Dutch East India- Dwid and the Integrity split- Jamming with people who are “stable”

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  • De illustratieve kinderwereld van Thé Tjong-Khing

    · Fragmenten Nooit Meer Slapen

    Thé Tjong-Khing (1933) is een Chinees-Nederlandse illustrator en striptekenaar. Hij is geboren in toenmalige Nederlands-Indië en kwam in 1956 naar Nederland waar hij als tekenaar aan de slag ging bij de Toonder Studio’s. Daarna maakte hij tekeningen bij de verhalen van o.a. Miep Diekmann, Burny Bos, Guus Kuijer en Dolf Verroen. Bekend zijn Thé Tjong-Khings verbeeldingen van Vos en Haas, de helden uit de boeken van Sylvia Vanden Heede. Binnenkort verschijnt het filosofische kinderboek 'De dag dat de zee weg was', dat hij samen met filosoof Awee Prins heeft gemaakt. Pieter van der Wielen spreekt met Thé Tjong-Khing.

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  • 01:11:49

    Trevor Hendy: How to Live Your Best Life Now

    · 180 Nutrition -The Health Sessions.

    This week we welcome to the show Trevor Hendy, a former Australian surf Ironman champion and now wholistic life coach. Throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, Trevor won the Australian Surf Ironman Championship six times and came second on three occasions. He was unchallenged as “the Greatest Ironman in the World” – the pride of Australian Surf Life Saving. He was also inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2000. He is now a speaker, mentor and coach. His client list also includes some of the worlds sporting and business elite. He mixes his experience as a counselor, life coach, sporting coach and elite athlete to guide everyone he works with to bigger and better things. He specialises in connecting with his clients at a deep enough level to find the personal negatives holding them back and unleash the passion they need to “go the whole way”. Questions we ask in this episode: Was it a difficult transition from Ironman Champion to embarking on a new career? What does the Soul, Mind and Body connection mean to you? What one thing/strategy/practice has enhanced your life the most? What are your non-negotiable practices? What foods do you eat and what foods do you avoid? Video & Full Transcript: http://180nutrition.com.au/180-tv/trevor-hendy-interview Trevor, welcome to the show. Trevor: Thanks Guy, good to be here mate. Guy: I appreciate it. The first question I have been asking everyone recently on our podcast is if a complete stranger came up to you on the street and asked you what you did for a living, what would you say? Trevor: [00:03:00] That is a really funny one to ask me because all my family and my friends often laugh about this because I have trouble answering it. The reason being what I do is I explain it differently every time. I help people release their baggage and get out of that unconscious stream and [inaudible 00:03:11] and that sort of troublesome place where it is us against the world and we better compete and fight for everything. I help people get out of that and into their flow, where their natural state is, where their natural being is and to be really able to appreciate life in every moment, rather than being on this timeline thing where the beauty is in the future, it's not right here now. That is what I do and I don't know how to explain it. I try and help ... I am helping people create more space in themselves, so maybe I am a space man? It is kind of like ... I often say holistic life coach. Guy: [00:04:00] Fantastic, fantastic. I appreciate it could have been a tough one actually. For all our listeners as well, because I am fully aware that I think over 30% of our listeners are actually worldwide, they are not from Australia so they might not be familiar with your past and your achievements and what you have done. Would you mind just taking us a little back to the beginning and sort of bring us up to speed. Not only were you an amazing Iron Man, I heard the other day as well that you actually spent a fair bit of time travelling, as a kid, with your family as well and I was fascinated by all that. Could you kind of fill us in a little bit so people get a feel for your background, Trevor? Trevor: Sure. I was born in Melbourne, Victoria and my dad was pretty brave. He came home one day when I was about three years old and said to my mum, "Look, I've worked out what I want to do, I want to pack up, sell the house and everything. I want to travel around Australia for a couple of years. I am hearing that everybody else is traveling around the world and seeing the world, but no one is seeing our own country." [00:05:00] He wanted to give us that experience and he had, I think, an itchy feeling that he had the house and the wife and the kids and the picket fence and a couple of pets and I think he thought that that was not probably everything that he wanted, that there must have been something more. He had the perfect job and couple of qualifications. He was a builder and a mechanic and stuff like that, which is the perfect set up really because then what he did then was we sold the house, we traveled around Australia for two years from when I was 3 to 5 and my sister [inaudible 00:05:27] age, I was being role modeled by a father who was willing to go outside the status quo to give his family something that he just sensed there was something more. Video & Full Transcript: http://180nutrition.com.au/180-tv/trevor-hendy-interview

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  • 00:36:04

    Episode #170 with Trevor Shirk of the United States Army Rangers

    · The Less Doing Podcast with Ari Meisel: The Best Life Hacks And Productivity Tips For Less Doing, More Living

    Summary: In Episode #170 Ari chats with Trevor Shirk, an engineer, Captain in the United States Army and a member of the US Army Rangers.  During their conversation, Ari and Trevor talk American Dream University, the US Army’s Ranger School and the key drivers for human excellence. Sponsored By:  FollowUp.CC – For years, FollowUp.CC has been Ari’s #1 recommended productivity tool. Now the Less Doing Nation has the opportunity to try FollowUp.CC for a FULL YEAR – that’s right, 12 whole months – for ½ price! To receive your 50% discount, use the coupon code “LessDoing” when you register.   Special Announcements: Fuel the Fire Come watch Ari light-up the Drake Hotel in Chicago on Wednesday, August 5th as he delivers a rousing keynote speech for IPPA Business Excellence Conference: Fuel the Fire. This will be a great opportunity to watch Ari translate the lessons of Less Doing into terms business leaders can take to the bank. Rockefeller Roundtable Come watch Ari regale a roundtable of avid Helm Society listeners with the lessons of Less Doing on September 9th from 10AM to 2PM in New York City. Freeing Finland Come watch Ari and a collection of other well-renowned biohackers free the people of Finland from their bodily limitations at the 2015 Biohacker Summit being held in Helsinki, Finland from September 23rd through September 24th. Those interested in attending can buy tickets here. Subscribe to the Podcast or Leave Us a Review! Hey Less Doing Podcast Listeners, we want to hear from YOU! Visit us on iTunes and leave a review or subscribe to the podcast if you’re not already a dedicated follower.    Time Stamped Show Notes: 11:12 – Introduction of Trevor Shirk of the US Army 11:39 – Why Trevor joined the military 13:00 – Trevor’s focus in Afghanistan was IED clearance 14:10 – Trevor is a Ranger-qualified engineering officer 14:50 – The experience of Ranger School 15:20 – Ranger School teaches men and women how to perform optimally in the worst of circumstances 16:23 – The Best Ranger Competition 16:55 – Essentially a 60-hour, non-stop event 19:00 – Defining what the Rangers are known for 20:10 – The Lean Transformation 22:05 – Trevor developed a 2-week sprint framework for transforming his life, focused on 6-7 activities 23:14 – Focus on positive, residual benefits for the future 24:00 – Trevor did a Lean Transformation for his marriage and personal finance as well 25:30 – We focus on 30-day, six-month programs…but the timeframes are far too long—two weeks is the sweet spot 27:15 – There is no one-size-fits-all solution 27:40 – American Dream University 31:49 – Speaking to soldiers at Fort Benning was one of the highlights of Ari’s life 32:25 – Vets are good at what they do but they don’t know what’s possible with their skills in civilian life 32:55 – Trevor’s Top 3 Tips to be More Effective: 33:05 – Find your true purpose, the thing that makes you tick 33:36 – To be effective, you need to be a leader 34:36 – You need to grow—practice a growth mindset   7 Key Points: When it comes to fitness, we focus too much on strength and weight gain—more often than not this leads us past our optimal performing weight/strength level. Keep your mind set on the positive, residual benefits of whatever activity you’re doing. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to any problem—you need to create your own, custom solution. Get clear on your priorities. Ranger School teaches men and women how to perform optimally in the worst of circumstances. You can change your life in two weeks. Find your purpose and then go full-throttle.   Resources Mentioned: Instamic – The GoPRO of microphones The Secret to Success – An article from The Muse about doing less to achieve more Coverr—Free background videos for your homepage Make Your Commute More Productive – An infographic from MakeUseOf demonstrating how people can better use their commute time Send Later – A tool used to delay the sending of emails 11 Tips of the Ultraproductive -- Article from the muse highlighting 11 habits of ultraproductive people   Credits: Audio Engineering provided by Chris Mottram Original Music provided by Felix Bird Show Notes provided by Mike Rossi

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  • 00:49:43

    Episode 4: Trevor Laws

    · Mart & The Fishbowl

    Mart and Dave take special care into what enters their bodies (usually), but after a nice sit-down with Former NFL player and State Champion Wrestler Trevor Laws, it felt like they just dropped 30 dollars at McDonalds with all the nuggets they came away with. No, these weren’t literal nuggets, which while they are delicious they do little to replenish the body. These nuggets were of a different sort and they were packed with nutrients, nutrients for the mind. Trevor grew up in Burnsville, MN and attended Apple Valley High School where he was a stand out football player and wrestler. For the uneducated Apple Valley High School has been a perennial powerhouse on the national wrestling stage for a great many years. As Trevor so eloquently put it, “Having another mind grind his fist into your forehead for an hour will make you learn what you love in a heartbeat.” As a junior in high school Trevor won the State wrestling title in the heavyweight division. However, in his senior season Trevor suffered a crushing defeat in the State finals on a very public stage. It was his first real taste of defeat and adversity, “I looked back at my previous processes and realized the faults that I had made and told myself I don’t want to feel this way ever again.” He attributes much of the success he’s tasted on the football field to the physical and mental edges he gained in the wrestling room. After his high school career Trevor went on to play at the University of Notre Dame. If you don’t know about the history and lore surrounding Notre Dame football give your head a shake and watch ‘Rudy’. Play Like a Champion Today is the famous sign the players look at as they are about to make their final turn out of the tunnel and onto the field at Notre Dame. Not unlike Rule #76 No Excuses, Play Like a Champion (If you haven’t seen ‘Wedding Crashers’ continue shaking your head). Trevor took this sign very seriously and it meant a great deal to him. He is a true believer that playing like a champion today is something that translates across the board of life, “Excellence and Greatness are a daily and moment to moment decision.” After doubling his tackle totals each of his last three seasons at Notre Dame Trevor was selected in the second round of the NFL draft and went on to play four seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles. His insights into the transitions from high school to college to the professional ranks are compelling and offer even more nuggets (extra barbecue sauce). What was most interesting about Trevor’s story though happens after football is done and his most recent transition into life after athletics. It is a golden template to athletes who have a difficult time finding purpose and direction in their lives after sport is no longer their main pillar. Strap in and grab a pen because the quotes come flying in fast as this 295 pound (302?) bear man dives headfirst into the FishBowl and leads us through his path to happiness and success with a big smile on his face and a belly laugh that affects all who hear it.

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  • 00:35:50

    1048: Dr. Trevor Cates Gives The Full Skinny On How To Improve Skin Health

    · The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore

    Naturopathic physician and skin care specialist Dr. Trevor Cates is our interview guest today in Episode 1048 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”   When we talk about living healthy, most people tend to refer to eating and living in such a way to ward off diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. But what about the much less serious aspects of health like skin conditions? This is something that is the focus of a Park City, Utah-based naturopathic physician and skin care specialist named Dr. Trevor Cates known as The Spa Dr. (listen to her appearance in Low-Carb Conversations Episode 165 and on her own The Spa Dr. Podcast). She wrote an e-book about her philosophy on skin health called Glowing Skin From Within: 7 Steps and 7 Foods for Clear, Ageless Skin that details how to improve skin and reverse the signs of aging through the specific kind of foods you consume. Listen in as Jimmy and Dr. Cates have a fascinating conversation about skin health. ARE YOU READY TO DROP AN FBOMB?FREE FBomb T-shirt with $60 purchase at JimmyLovesFBomb.comNOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: Paid sponsorshipCELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS WITH LC FOODSUSE COUPON CODE "LLVLC" FOR 10% OFFNOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: Paid sponsorshipGET KETO-FRIENDLY ITEMS MONTLY FROM KETO KRATEUSE LLVLC AT CHECKOUT FOR 10% OFF YOUR ORDERNOTICE OF DISCLOSURE: Paid sponsorship LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 1048- SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Get your own fat-based FBomb products from JimmyLovesFBomb.com- SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Try the sugar-free, low-carb, diabetic friendly products from LC Foods (Get 10% off your order with coupon code "LLVLC")- SUPPORT OUR SPONSOR: Get your monthly KetoKrate subscription for 10% off using coupon code LLVLC- Dr. Trevor Cates bio- TheSpaDr.com- Glowing Skin From Within: 7 Steps and 7 Foods for Clear, Ageless Skin- The Spa Dr. Podcast- The Spa Dr. Skin Care Products Store- Dr. Cates on Twitter- Dr. Cates on Facebook- Dr. Cates on Pinterest- Dr. Cates on Instagram- Dr. Cates on YouTube- RELATED PODCAST: Low-Carb Conversations #165: Dr. Trevor Cates And Dani Stout On Fallibility Of Health Symptom Websites

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  • 02:02:25

    Trevor Vichas - Gangstercast 27

    · I'm A House Gangster presents The Gangstercast

    A mainstay of the Portland and Seattle scenes since the late 90's, Pacific Northwest native Trevor Vichas has entertained audiences with his mesmerising blend of house, garage, and techno meets jazz, disco, and hip hop; warm rolling basslines, hypnotic chord progressions, and soulful vocals that speak with a message of love.  It’s a sound showcased here on his Gangstercast as Trevor explains, “This mix represents me as an artist in how I move though various house sounds creating a forward moving mix that keeps you shaking that ass and guessing what I am going to play next.  The mix is on the deeper soulful of house that I play.” “The process for choosing the tracks to make my Gangstercast took a few days.  When I selected the tracks for this mix, the thought in mind was to play timeless music.   I started with a pile of some of my new favorite tracks from the last couple of years, some classic tunes that I love to play, and some of my selected production work that I am personally in love with.   After that it took a couple of long sessions to weed out some tracks and add some others in.   I had about 80 tracks laid out to play and what got mixed in the first two hours was my final mix.” Since completing his first tracks in 2008, Trevor’s productions have appeared in the playlists of heavy-hitters such as Mark Farina, DJ Sneak, Derrick Carter, Iz & Diz, Phil Weeks, Hector Morales and DJ Heather. Labels including Robsoul, Flatpack, Phobic and countless others have all commissioned Trevor for original music and remixes. The names above will leave you in no doubt that Trevor Vishas is a bonafide House Gangster!  He comments, “The house gangster movement to me is about being down for house 110% all day everyday. I have seen a lot of people coming in and out of house music, and then play whatever is a trending to get a gig.  It really boils down to being dedicated to house music for life, not giving up and being true to house music!  House music is very much a spiritual thing to me.  Whether I am listening, playing or working in the studio on beats, there is a feeling that emanates from me when house is involved. It has become a way of life to me and I am able to express my inner most feeling though the music I play and produce.” “Damn it feels good to be a gangster.”

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    Episode 89 - Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed, The Jasta Show)

    · Lead Singer Syndrome

    Hatebreed's own Jamey Jasta sits down with Shane on the very last day of Warped Tour outside the bus in Pomona, CA. Never one to not speak his mind, Jamey and Shane discuss the Victory Records days, keeping their talking/screaming voices in check, Jamey's very successful podcast, and Hatebreed once being sabotaged and called a racist band.

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  • Episode 21: Pop Bubble with Jamey Jasta

    · Ice T: Final Level

      In this episode Ice T and Mick Benzo are joined by Jamey Jasta from Hatebreed. They discuss A Serbian Film, Tusk, Town of the Living Dead, Hatebreed’s humble beginnings, Type O Negative, backing tracks in the current rock landscape, hardcore music's reluctance to make money, traffic cameras, not blindly following your fans' wishes, The Jasta Show and Pop Bubble.   This episode is sponsored by Bevel and Squarespace.

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