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  • EP 109 7 Simple Steps to Master the Game of Money with Tony Robbins
    Lewis Howes
    52:44
    podcast
    0

    "It's time to become the chess player, not the chess piece." - Tony Robbins If you enjoyed this episode, check out the video of the full interview and the show notes at www.lewishowes.com/109.

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    LinguaLeo
    00:08
    Learning
    151,647
  • TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 19 - When
    TalkToMeInKorean
    08:43
    Education
    60,125

    Start learning Korean today with TalkToMeInKorean's easy-to-follow audio lessons. The lessons are also accompanied by PDF lesson notes at http://talktomeinkorean.com

  • Irregular pulse sound
    British Heart Foundation
    00:30
    117,693

    The sound of an irregular pulse

  • There's Always A Way: Alex Banayan on The Third Door
    Rich Roll Podcast
    02:20:30
    Learning
    0

    FULL BLOG & SHOW NOTES: bit.ly/richroll371 VIDEO PODCAST: http://bit.ly/richandbanayan “Life, business, success . . . it's just like a nightclub. There are always three ways in.” - Alex Banayan

  • Regular pulse sound
    British Heart Foundation
    00:30
    102,012

    The sound of a regular pulse

  • [ Ep. 1 - Iyagi Beginner - Breakfast ]
    TalkToMeInKorean
    03:14
    9,785
  • Relieving Chronic Pain -- Body Scan Healing Meditation
    davidji
    12:28
    guided meditation
    9,654
  • TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 22 - 하다 verbs
    TalkToMeInKorean
    17:26
    Education
    58,171

    Start learning Korean today with TalkToMeInKorean's easy-to-follow audio lessons. The lessons are also accompanied by PDF lesson notes at http://talktomeinkorean.com

  • The Tim Ferriss Show Ep 37 - Tony Robbins 1 on Morning Routines, Peak Performance & Mastering Money
    Tim Ferriss
    01:08:20
    The Tim Ferriss Show
    67,342

    Full Show Notes Available At: fourhourworkweek.com/2014/10/15/mon…ster-the-game/ Part 1 of 2. Tony Robbins is the world's most famous performance coach. He's advised everyone from Bill Clinton to Serena Williams, and from Leonardo DiCaprio to Oprah (who calls him "superhuman"). For years, you've also asked me to interview him in-depth -- so here it is! I flew to Florida to spend time with Tony in his home, and what ensued was an epic two-part conversation. It covers just about everything I've ever wanted to ask him, ranging from his breakfast and morning routines, all the way to who he'd most like to punch in the face (it's a hilarious story). My visit coincides with Tony's first new book in 20 years: Money--Master the Game. This podcast is brought to you by 99Designs, the world's largest marketplace of graphic designers. Did you know I used 99Designs to rapid prototype the cover for The 4-Hour Body? Here are some of the impressive results. Also, how would you like to join me and Sir Richard Branson on his private island for mentoring? It's coming up soon, and it's all-expenses-paid. Click here to learn more. It's worth checking out. QUESTION(S) OF THE DAY: What is the best piece of investment advice you ever received or read? Please let me know in the comments. You Can Also Subscribe To The Show On iTunes Here: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-t…id863897795?mt=2

  • Emotional Sobriety 2
    CACAdmin
    53:13
    Religion & Spirituality
    0

    When "happiness" eludes us—as eventually it always will—we have before us the invitation to examine our programmed responses, and to exercise our power to choose again. We exaggerate, confuse, and distort reality, thus causing an emotional imbalance in our families, our church, and our politics. We can learn to heal our reactive responses by seeking "emotional sobriety," which is really the task that we call contemplation. Authentic spirituality should lead to a total "rewiring" of both our conscious lives and our unconscious, or programmed, responses. It will not just change external behaviour, but internal emotions and responses, what some call "the healing of memories." Building on his new book, Breathing Under Water: Spirituality and the Twelve Steps, Richard Rohr gives us some guidelines and directions toward a "full" sobriety that includes body, mind, and heart. Approximate length: 80 minutes.

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    LinguaLeo
    00:06
    Learning
    213,029
  • Sleepytime
    MaggieDentAuthor
    12:11
    parenting
    39,192

    This free audio track may be useful to parents who are facing a sleepless night, and in situations where children need help to calm down at bedtime. www.maggiedent.com "I wrote to you a while ago in regards to my son (7), you suggested the audios (Safe 'N Sound & Sleepytime). All I can say is thank you they have been great not only for him but my nieces and nephew as well. My boy has improved and seems so much happier it has been a long road but using some of the little things you suggested at your seminar and the audio has definitely contributed." - Rebecca, mum of two boys (3 & 7). Music copyright Robert J Boyd.

  • Strength in Stillness: Bob Roth On The Power of Transcendental Meditation
    Rich Roll Podcast
    01:13:44
    Learning
    0

    FULL BLOG & SHOW NOTES: bit.ly/richroll372A VIDEO PODCAST: http://bit.ly/bobrothrrp “The more we understand the deadly impact of stress, the more we're looking at alternatives to just a pill.” - Bob Roth

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    LinguaLeo
    00:05
    Learning
    198,548
  • Hillsdale Dialogues 5-18-18 Mike Pence's Commencement Address at Hillsdale College
    Hillsdale College
    32:42
    News & Politics
    13,118

    Larry P. Arnn and Hugh Hewitt discuss Mike Pence’s Commencement Address at Hillsdale College on May 12, 2018.

  • Cézanne Portraits-Uncle Dominique in Smock and Blue Cap
    National Gallery of Art
    01:45
    4,268

    EARL A. POWELL: Cézanne was in his early 20s when he made this portrait, and the others nearby, of his Uncle Dominique, who was a bailiff, or court official. They demonstrate how accomplished—and radical—Cézanne’s technique was this early in his career. Cézanne used a palette knife, a tool that resembles a small trowel, to apply the paint directly to the canvas. He built up the slabs of paint in layers, and with each successive layer, it took great skill not to disturb the paint underneath. Curator John Elderfield: JOHN ELDERFIELD: They’re clearly paintings done with great verve and vigor. Obviously, these things have dried over time, but one can imagine when they were made, they were sticky, a bit slimy. EARL A. POWELL: At this time, Cézanne was living in Aix-en-Provence with his parents and sisters. He used them as models, too, but Uncle Dominique seems to have been the most patient of his family members. Cézanne made at least ten portraits of him, sometimes depicting him in costumes. In the smock and cap, he is dressed to look like an artisan. JOHN ELDERFIELD: Cézanne is even at this point, pushing against the range of expectations, which portraiture had long had. Portraiture, as practiced in the nineteenth century and subsequent to that, is often the public faces of public people who expect to be treated by the portraitist in a respectful way at least, or ideally in a flattering way. And Cézanne right from the beginning will have none of this. EARL A. POWELL: His belligerence toward the art world asserted itself early. Cézanne seemed to take pleasure in his paintings being rejected by the French art establishment.

  • "The Closing of the American Mind": Allan Bloom on Great Books (Part Two)
    Partially Examined Life
    01:10:35
    Learning
    306

    Continuing on Allan Bloom's 1987 book critiquing the current fragmented structure of the university that promotes technical and professional education over the ability to think philosophically. Does Bloom's vision require aristocracy, or can a Great Books education be available for all? Bloom thinks we lack a shared culture and consequently a sense of the common good. He gives us a history of the relationship between philosophy and society starting with Socrates's execution. The university, Bloom thinks, was established following the spirit of Socrates, and has had to negotiate with a more-or-less hostile society ever since. It does this by at least giving lip service to the values of the current society, which in our case means reflecting American values as diagnosed by Tocqueville: practicality, rejection of history, "common sense," all of which are antithetical (according to Bloom) to authentic, philosophical, humanistic thought. Listen to part 1 first, or get the unbroken, ad-free Citizen Edition. Your Citizenship will also get you access to an exclusive follow-up discussion that gets into more of Bloom's comments on Nietzsche, Freud, and Rousseau. This is also available at patreon.com/partiallyexaminedlife. Please support PEL! End song: "Greatness (The Aspiration Song)" by TC&I; hear Mark's interview with singer/songwriter Colin Moulding on Nakedly Examined Music #74.

  • Living On The Edge - Motivational Video
    Digital Spartan
    03:20
    motivational speech, inspiring speech
    31,382

    Freedom FightR We Make Money Online While Traveling The World. Join The Community! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Freedom-FightR/572325799523834?ref=hl

  • Test Your Korean - Level 3 Dialog in 100% Korean
    TalkToMeInKorean
    02:09
    learn korean
    40,056

    Check how much you can understand from studying with Level 3 lessons of TalkToMeInKorean! To make the conversation more realistic, we have added some new words and expressions that did not get covered in Level 3 yet, but don't worry; you have the PDF to use for reference! You can get the free PDF http://mykoreanstore.com/products/ttmik-level-3-dialogue

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