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  • 01:21

    Monkey Chicken Duck: Mexican Chicken Sandwitch

    in Entertainment


    Monkey, Chicken and Duck chat about SXSW, Spoil The Walking Dead and issue a challenge to Larry The Cable Guy!

     

  • 00:27

    Duck Duck Go Founder & CEO Gabriel Weinberg talks internet privacy

    in Entrepreneur

    Gabriel Weinberg founded search engine Duck Duck Go in 2008 with one key differentiator from its powerful competitors: Duck Duck Go does not track its users: they dont collect or share personal data.  The search engine also puts "instant" answers above any links and ads; features s clean design; does not bias search results towards what they think particular users would already agree with and is driven by community, not just algorithms and servers.


     


    Tune in to hear the story of Duck Duck Go's founding and how it tripled its numbers in the last year.

  • 00:27

    Privacy and the Internet, with Duck Duck Go Founder & CEO Gabriel Weinberg

    in Entrepreneur

    Gabriel Weinberg founded search engine Duck Duck Go in 2008 with one key differentiator from his other powerful competitors: Duck Duck Go does not track its users: they don't collect or share personal data. The search engine also puts "instant" answers above any links and ads; features a clean design; does not bias search results towards what they think particular users would already agree with; and is driven by community, not just algorithms and servers.


    Tune in to hear the story of Duck Duck Go's founding, how it's tripled its numbers in the last year, and how the company makes money if it doesn't collect and share information.

  • 00:23

    Cloverleaf Radio Presents: Longtime voice of Donald Duck, Sam Kwasman!

    in Television

    Cloverleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actor Sam Kwasman, The longtime voice of Disney's Donald Duck, Who has also been seen on "The Bob Newhart Show" "MadTV" "Lou Grant" "Robot Chicken" "The Tom and Jerry Show" and SO much more! JOIN US!

  • 01:21
  • 00:48

    Grilliant Ideas Radio- Duck, Duck, Goose!

    in Food

    Grilliant Ideas Radio is back again with another Foodie Adventure!


    We are sure Brian will be talking about his new Healthy Regiment and Grill will not be! But don't let the Caveman exterior fool ya! There's always lots of bacon.. but it sure beats brussel sprouts and quinoa. (But bacon would make them better)


    Laury will be bringing the latest in Food News!


    Plus we gotta talk about Ducks!


    Eat (whatever you want) Drink (whatever you want) and Live Grilliantly! (if you can)


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  • 00:45

    #0013: NO MORE DUCK SYNDROME

    in Self Help

    NO MORE DUCK SYNDROME

    EPISODE #0013

    THE CONFIDENT MOM PODCAST

     

     

    What is duck syndrome – and how it has become a toxic part of your life

    Why fighting against it will increase your happiness.

    5 specific ways to stop the syndrome

     

     

     

     

    WHAT IS IT?

     

    In 2003, Duke jolted academia with a report describing how its female students felt pressure to be “effortlessly perfect”: smart, accomplished, fit, beautiful and popular, all without visible effort. At Stanford, it’s called the Duck Syndrome. A duck appears to glide calmly across the water, while beneath the surface it frantically, relentlessly paddles.

     

     

    The perception of a perfect life

    "believes social media is a huge contributor to the misperception among students that peers aren’t also struggling."  It's easy to see how this could contribute to a feeling of loneliness and helplessness.

     

     

     

     

     

    WHY I’M THINKING ABOUT DUCKS:

     

    Because Ellie is obsessed.

    Because I have suffered from both sides of effects of duck syndrome

     

    WHY TO FIGHT AGAINST IT:

     

    Inauthentic

    Isolating

    Exhausting

    False and based on lies from our enemy

    Discourages us and discourages others – lifts no one up

    Self-glorifying – when we fall prey to duck syndrome we are focused on impressing others, not necessarily on making an impression in the world

     

    HOW TO STOP THE SYNDROME:

     

    Be honest with your struggle

    Let people see your mess

    Live to love and build up others – not yourself

    Acknowledge your hard work (and give yourself periods of rest to glide)

    Change your goals (go against perfectionistic thinking and other people’s opinions / strive to significance, not success)

     

     

     

    The post

  • 00:53

    #144: DUCK SYNDROME

    in Self Help

    DUCK SYNDROME

    EPISODE #144:

     

     

    What is duck syndrome – and how it has become a toxic part of your life

    Why fighting against it will increase your happiness.

    5 specific ways to stop the syndrome

     

     

    SPONSORSHIP NOTE:

     

    This podcast is proudly brought to you by the company I am proud to partner with – and the company whose products I now exclusively use for my family and me: Beautycounter. Be in the know about better and safer beauty – be part of the beauty of Beautycounter. You can check out our product line at www.beautycounter.com/trishblackwell

     

     

     

     

    WHAT IS IT?

     

    In 2003, Duke jolted academe with a report describing how its female students felt pressure to be “effortlessly perfect”: smart, accomplished, fit, beautiful and popular, all without visible effort. At Stanford, it’s called the Duck Syndrome. A duck appears to glide calmly across the water, while beneath the surface it frantically, relentlessly paddles.

     

     

    The perception of a perfect life

    "believes social media is a huge contributor to the misperception among students that peers aren’t also struggling."

     

    It's easy to see how this could contribute to a feeling of loneliness and helplessness.

     

     

     

    WHY I’M THINKING ABOUT DUCKS:

     

    Because Ellie is obsessed.

    Because I have suffered from both sides of effects of duck syndrome

     

    WHY TO FIGHT AGAINST IT:

     

    Inauthentic

    Isolating

    Exhausting

    False and based on lies from our enemy

    Discourages us and discourages others – lifts no one up

    Self-glorifying – when we fall prey to duck syndrome we are focused on impressing others, not necessarily on making an impression in the world

     

    HOW TO STOP THE SYNDROME:

     

    Be honest with your struggle

    Let people

  • 00:53

    #144: DUCK SYNDROME

    in Self Help

    DUCK SYNDROME
    EPISODE #144:

     

     

    What is duck syndrome – and how it has become a toxic part of your life
    Why fighting against it will increase your happiness.
    5 specific ways to stop the syndrome

     

     

    SPONSORSHIP NOTE:

     

    This podcast is proudly brought to you by the company I am proud to partner with – and the company whose products I now exclusively use for my family and me: Beautycounter. Be in the know about better and safer beauty – be part of the beauty of Beautycounter. You can check out our product line at www.beautycounter.com/trishblackwell

     

     

     

     

    WHAT IS IT?

     

    In 2003, Duke jolted academe with a report describing how its female students felt pressure to be “effortlessly perfect”: smart, accomplished, fit, beautiful and popular, all without visible effort. At Stanford, it’s called the Duck Syndrome. A duck appears to glide calmly across the water, while beneath the surface it frantically, relentlessly paddles.

     

     

    The perception of a perfect life

    "believes social media is a huge contributor to the misperception among students that peers aren’t also struggling."

     

    It's easy to see how this could contribute to a feeling of loneliness and helplessness.

     

     

     

    WHY I’M THINKING ABOUT DUCKS:

     

    Because Ellie is obsessed.
    Because I have suffered from both sides of effects of duck syndrome

     

    WHY TO FIGHT AGAINST IT:

     

    Inauthentic
    Isolating
    Exhausting
    False and based on lies from our enemy
    Discourages us and discourages others – lifts no one up
    Self-glorifying – when we fall prey to duck syndrome we are focused on impressing others, not necessarily on making an impression in the world

     

    HOW TO STOP THE SYNDROME:

     

    Be honest with your struggle
    Let people see your mess
    L

  • 00:45

    #0013: NO MORE DUCK SYNDROME

    in Self Help

    NO MORE DUCK SYNDROME
    EPISODE #0013
    THE CONFIDENT MOM PODCAST
     

     

    What is duck syndrome – and how it has become a toxic part of your life
    Why fighting against it will increase your happiness.
    5 specific ways to stop the syndrome

     

     

     

     

    WHAT IS IT?

     

    In 2003, Duke jolted academia with a report describing how its female students felt pressure to be “effortlessly perfect”: smart, accomplished, fit, beautiful and popular, all without visible effort. At Stanford, it’s called the Duck Syndrome. A duck appears to glide calmly across the water, while beneath the surface it frantically, relentlessly paddles.

     

     

    The perception of a perfect life

    "believes social media is a huge contributor to the misperception among students that peers aren’t also struggling."  It's easy to see how this could contribute to a feeling of loneliness and helplessness.

     

     

     

     

     

    WHY I’M THINKING ABOUT DUCKS:

     

    Because Ellie is obsessed.
    Because I have suffered from both sides of effects of duck syndrome

     

    WHY TO FIGHT AGAINST IT:

     

    Inauthentic
    Isolating
    Exhausting
    False and based on lies from our enemy
    Discourages us and discourages others – lifts no one up
    Self-glorifying – when we fall prey to duck syndrome we are focused on impressing others, not necessarily on making an impression in the world

     

    HOW TO STOP THE SYNDROME:

     

    Be honest with your struggle
    Let people see your mess
    Live to love and build up others – not yourself
    Acknowledge your hard work (and give yourself periods of rest to glide)
    Change your goals (go against perfectionistic thinking and other people’s opinions / strive to significance, not success)

     

     

     

    The post

  • 00:37

    Guest: Missy Robertson from Duck Dynasty

    in Christianity

    Blessed, Blessed . . . Blessed: The Untold Story of Our Family's Fight to Love Hard, Stay Strong, and Keep the Faith When Life Can't Be Fixed


    Missy Robertson knew that marrying duck-hunting family man Jase Robertson would be an adventure . . . and she was up to the challenge. Their life together was good (even after Jase grew the beard). They had two children, worked hard to help build the thriving Duck Commander business, and loved and served God.

    But after a difficult and risky pregnancy, their daughter, Mia, was born with a cleft palate?a serious condition requiring multiple cranial and facial surgeries. As their baby struggled to breathe, and Missy and Jase faced a life that suddenly looked very different than the one they’d planned, they found themselves staring down one of life’s biggest questions: Where is God in all this pain?

    This is the Robertsons’ story. It’s for anyone scared and overwhelmed by a problem they can’t fix; anyone lost and searching for a way through. You’ll meet the young girl Mia who captured A&E’s Duck Dynasty viewers’ hearts, and learn how Missy and Jase have raised her and their sons to be faithful, confident, and secure in who they are. You’ll be inspired by how the Robertson family stuck by each other through the hardest times. And you’ll discover that God’s blessings are bigger than you ever dreamed?and there when you need them the most.

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