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ENVISION THIS: “Enhancing the natural flow of carbons to soil will result in increased microbial diversity, improved nutrient cycles, expanded water holding capacity, greater resilience, improved ecosystem health, and a more satisfying, profitable future for farmers and ranchers”…and, as a co-benefit, sequesters carbon from the atmosphere!
In Grass, Soil, Hope, A Journey through Carbon Country our guest, Courtney White explores the multiple ways CO2, when sequestered in soil, can become our ally instead of our enemy. Here’s just some of the food for thought offers us:
“Carbon is not ‘the bad guy’—carbon is part of our essence. Its story needs to be told and heard. It is our past, present, and future. It is our story. It is the story of grass. The story of green. The color of hope.”
“Every living thing above ground—whether it’s hairy vetch, a mighty ponderosa pine, an elusive coyote, an endangered bird, a busy beaver, or an equally busy human being—depends on the vast universe of life in the soil…and at the heart of this micro world is carbon, the glue that holds the web together.”
“The Greenhorns are the new alchemists. Carbon and glomalin are the new alchemy. Food is the new gold.”
“Art, harmony, beauty, aesthetics—as perceived by us—are all signs of health in nature and ourselves…The principles that made a practice restorative and regenerative were the same ones that made it beautiful.”
“We don’t need to wait for something new under the sun to come along to restore the land and ourselves to health. It’s here.”
Join Courtney and us in exploring these hopeful observations for which Michael Pollan wrote a foreword.
Check out this powerhouse lineup of author talk and giveaways! Plan to tune in to:
Deborah Harkness on The Book of Life
Erika Johansen on The Queen of Tearling
Courtney Maum on I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You
Tim Weed on Will Poole's Island
Listeners will have the chance to win each of these novels!
A one on one interview with adult entertainment star Courtney Cummz. We will discuss her career, her latest projects and dish on the latest trends and news in the adult entertainment industry.
If you're like me, your initial reaction to the title of this show was probably, "Ew, gross, no thank you!". But hold on! Consider sitting tight and listening to this episode. What if your hormones regulate really quickly and you don't have any of that pesky postpartum depression? What if you have a lot of energy, even with those first sleepless nights? What if it improves lactation? What if you just feel much better? These are what many women report after trying this therapy, many of them having used it on their second pregnancy and have their first as a point of comparison. Tune in to have doula and placenta encapsulator Courtney Scott tell you all about it! Maybe it won't sound so icky afterall.
Find out more about Courtney at http://courtney.embracinglabor.com/.
Today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online we will be talking to singer, songwriter Stephanie Courtney. Stephanie has been singing since the age of 3, worked on her 1st album at 13 & now at the age of 20 this rising star is a force to be reckoned with!!
Stephanie is on her way, check out her story today on the Jeff Foxx radio show online. Also check out Stephanie's latest video "Never"
Make sure you subscribe to The Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online for more exciting interviews!!!
Tonight, we are excited to introduce Courtney Morgan, into the BYGP Locker Room. Courtney is currently, the Director of Player Development, at UCLA , and was a former player himself, at the University of Michigan.
Courtney has great insight on what it takes to be a big-time student-athlete, and how to optimize your opportunities once you get to college. The players who can transition from high school to college, are the ones who were the most prepared.
You can start your preparation tonight, in the BYGP Locker Room, with Courtney Morgan!
This Week On Talking Terror Presents We Have The Honor Of Introducing You To Courtney Sandifer! Operating The Pine Heart Production Company, Courtney Is A Producer And Director, Amongst Various Other Behind The Scenes Operations! From Short Films Like "Occupational Hazard" (2012) And "Caroline's Masterpiece" (2013), To Full Length Features Like "Haunted Trailer" (2014), The Breakfast Club Influenced "Getting Schooled" (2014), Which Is Looking For Finishing Funds On Indiegogo, And Children Friendly Horror Like "Kids Vs. Zombies" (2014), Courtney Is A Very Busy And Impassioned Woman In The Business! Also, Courtney Is The Proud Parent Of An Autistic Child, A Cause That Is Very Near And Dear To Us Here At TTP, As The Ghoul Of Geek Also Has A Daughter Afflicted With This Condition! As She Is Involved With An Upcoming Short Called "Easy As Pie", Documenting The Hardships That Parent's With Kids In The Spectrum Go Through, We'll Be Looking To Shed Some Light And Discuss The Hardships That The Children Go Through, As Well As What It Is Like As A Parent Raising A Child Like This In Today's Society! So Prepare For An Amazing And Very Special Episode! Stay Scared!
Join us for 1 hour at 5 PM Eastern.
Host Nicole Brandon is one of the most sought after speakers in the world today. From Health, and Wellness to Wealth and Ultimate Success her seemingly unlimited well of information is simply mind boggling.
Nicole is known internationally for sharing her amazing secrets and remarkable knowledge on stage, screen, TV and in books throughout the world.
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Quick bio: Courtney is the co-founder and CEO of My Wed Style, Inc. He founded the company in 2012 with his business partner, Corey Parker. Courtney has been involved in the wedding industry for over a decade; where he originally got his start as a wedding DJ, being a part of over 150 "I do's". He's married, going on 5 lovely years, and currently lives in Marina Del Rey with his wife, Jodi. Courtney graduated from UC San Diego in 2001 with a degree in biology. Here's to weddings, love, & bliss.
Join us for 2 hours at 10 PM Eastern.
Tonight Courtney Bibb returns. We will talk in the first segment about what's in the food and other products we are using and give some suggestions to avoid the things that can be interfering with our own spiritual and psychic growth.
For the remainder of the show Courtney will do some Medical Intuitive Readings for our callers.
Courtney is a lifelong ET contactee who knows that there are other energy beings out there. Courtney is a clairvoyant medium who has been channelling since the age of 8.
Courtney has conducted hundreds of paranormal investigations, specializing in missing person cases and intuitive readings.
Courtney utilizes her intuition as well as such tools as Tarot Cards, Ascended Masters, regular playing cards, Angel Cards and more.
Courtney is a Medical Intuitive and can Balance Chakras, Instruct Meditation, and is a Paranormal Educator and Researcher.
Being a Pleiadian Light Worker, Courtney’s purpose during this incarnation is to help those in need of guidance. She believes that this journey will allow her to provide insight and to reach out to those needing help.
Courtney’s client base is diverse, including teachers, lawyers, doctors, pastors, accountants, law enforcement and the general public.
***Courtney has extended her special on Readings for Curious Times listeners - you get a 30 minute reading for just $25.00, but the special ends on May 5.
The Great Pyramid of Giza, sometimes called the Pyramid of Khufu, or the Cheops Pyramid, is truly one of the most amazing mysteries on Earth. This is the definitive breakthrough study of how it was built. It is huge, and it was built with gigantic stone blocks that seem nearly impossible to cut, transport, and assemble even today on such a massive scale as must have occurred long ago when this pyramid was originally constructed.
Dr. Brown joins Rainbow vision to discuss his news breaking story. In a project completed at The Farsight Institute (farsight.org) using remote-viewing data collected by two of the most accomplished “military grade” remote viewers of the day, the true story of how the Great Pyramid of Giza was actually constructed using a combination of exotic advanced technology and brutal manual labor can finally be told.
Courtney Brown, Ph.D. is a mathematician and social scientist who teaches in the Department of Political Science at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Remote-Viewing Background: Dr. Brown is the Director and founder of The Farsight Institute (www.farsight.org), a nonprofit research and educational organization dedicated to the study of a phenomenon of nonlocal consciousness known as "remote viewing."
In our HELP! SITUATION SPOTLIGHT™ series, we shine the light on challenges that community members have shared. This episode is, "How do I know when to 'Never Give Up!' versus when to 'Let it Go.'?"
The “answer” to this question is to “Never Give Up” when positive outcomes are occurring the majority of the time (i.e., “it is working”) and to “Let It Go” when negative outcomes are occurring the majority of the time (i.e., “it is not working”).
How do you figure this formula (if positive outcomes are occurring the majority of the time or negative ones are instead) out? You must make a written inventory. Do not trust a mental list as you are going to be heavily influenced by what you have as a predetermined result. For example, if you are trying to determine if you should never give up your current job, if you are frightened of change you will potentially skew your inventory to favor a majority of positive of outcomes. Committing the inventory of outcomes to writing will help (but not 100% prevent) “wishful thinking.”
Making decisions is difficult. If it was easy there would be no need for help or advice and everyone would be content and happy in their lives. I do want to remind you to include how you feel (whether it is happy, sad, excited, anxious, etc.) in your written inventory as that individual emotional ROI is extremely important.
You have to make a new inventory on a schedule (e.g., every six months) to ensure that you are continuing to make the choices that will result in the best outcomes. So, let’s get started today on answering what you should do in your life with this episode! Join me as we discuss when to “Never Give Up” and when to “Let It Go.”
This episode is part of our EDUCATORS’ EDEN™ series! This specific episode is, “Teaching the Underachiever!”
Underachiever: : someone (such as a student or athlete) who does not perform as well or work as hard as he or she can Underachiever. (n.d.). Retrieved June 18, 2014, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/underachiever
- Capable and unmotivated students
- Motivated and unskilled students
“The phenomenon known as “stereotype threat.” Members of groups believed to be academically inferior — African-American and Latino students enrolled in college, or female students in math and science courses — score much lower on tests when reminded beforehand of their race or gender. […] found that black students performed comparably with white students when told that the test they were taking was “a laboratory problem-solving task.” Black students scored much lower, however, when they were instructed that the test was meant to measure their intellectual ability. In effect, the prospect of social evaluation suppressed these students’ intelligence.” (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/07/opinion/sunday/intelligence-and-the-stereotype-threat.html?_r=0)
-Combat your stereotypes (what you think about students)
-Combat stereotype threat (what students think about themselves)
-Create an environment that addresses attributional style issues
-Demonstrate consistent behavior that establishes and confirms the intrinsic value of your students and your belief in their capabilities.
Let's teach (and enjoy it)!
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