WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/REBECCALMAHAN AND REBECCA SOUNDS REVEILLE YOUTUBE CHANNEL It is ALL ABOUT YOU! This episode is filled with information on how you can make your life dreams become reality with steps on where you can learn how to do that and expand your knowledge in abundance. Guest, Robert Joseph Palmer, shares about his workshops and how they can make a difference. He said “I love what I’m doing and it's important to try and help other people do that. If you follow your love, follow your excitement, you'll never work a day in your life and it can be exciting and fun and easy and simple and that's what it's all about.” He described how he is able to equip others, “…we have five schools full of tools that enables you to reveal that, that true nature of yourself and reveal what you need, when you need it, and that's abundance.” “Whether it's your book, your business, your blog, your presentation, and whatever passion you have, you throw it into that five workshop system and out pops this finished product brought to fruition!" He also made a great statement for all to think about and absorb, “…we're all artists and we, we're masters over this immense studio of all of our creation.” Be empowered and tune-in! Robert Joseph Palmer is a Writing Coach, Leadership Development Specialist and Entrepreneur Coach. He has been an educator and school leader for 25 years. Robert taught at Eton Academy, a National Exemplary School in Birmingham, MI, for six years and Royal Oak Alternative Education for 11 years where he co-founded the school. He has now founded three schools. Constantly encouraged for years, Palmer finally decided to create The Raven Institute, offering five schools of personal and professional mastery in a new consciousness. RAVEN' S offerings are available throughout MI, nationwide, and internationally. www.theraveninstitute.us
Today we are listening to the fifth class from Joseph Palmer at Texas Bible School in 2013 on Philippians 4. Thank you for listening, God bless, and talk to you next week. Send talk suggestions or comments to: GoodChristadelphianTalks@gmail.com For Show Notes, visit our website: Anchor.fm/GCT Social Media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Cinematic Video Storytelling for Sales: Joseph Palmer and Dan Bale, Open House
Business Live: for curious entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs
Joseph Palmer and Dan Bale create cinematic and stylish promotional marketing videos and short films and joined me in the radio studio this week to discuss their business, Open House Pictures.Dan and Joe originally met on a performance course at Sheffield Hallam University and launched the business once they graduated when they realised there was a niche for creative video content production.Their work has included a "love letter" to the Abbeydale Picture House; a beautifully-shot story for Tramlines, Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind, and Ticket Bank; promotional videos for Bhayani Law and The National Videogame Museum and more.This episode includes:The gap in the video / film production market Joe and Dan decided to fillClients and projectsHow the business got started and who they asked for helpThe Hallam Enterprise AwardsAdvice for people who want to commission a film: what to think about, how to create a brief, how to chose a videographer or production companyThe current and uncertain business climate: has this affected business' confidence in investing in marketingReasons to create video contentHow Joe's and Dan's acting and performance backgrounds have fed into their workBiggest challenges faced in the first year of businessA hilarious tale of filming in the crowd at TramlinesEnsuring work/life balance: and the systems they have learned to protect thisMoving into an office at Hallam I-LabsAmbitions for the year ahead and how they plan to grow the businessTimingso - 1 introduction1 - 2:50 updates including the presents with a purpose gift guide from Social Enterprise UK2:50 Joseph and Dan43:30 The Federation of Small Businesses comments about political parties' election manifestos49:40 Events: a brilliant event about the magic of maps at Sheffield Central Library; Nether Edge Farmers' Market; wrapping up
Description: In this series, Christ strengthens Paul (even in his absence) to address the needs of the early ecclesias who were struggling with varying issues—Just like the contentions amongst believers in our day. The first letter to the Corinthians commissions us to carry our cross, why we must crucify the flesh; to become the new man! The second letter to the Corinthians gives us the motivation to do this! By focusing on the empty tomb; the resurrection of our Lord, we are being comforted to live eternally with our Lord and the Father despite enduring the painful, short reality of our lives.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christadelphians-talk/message
In 1830 Joseph Palmer created an odd controversy in Fitchburg, Massachusetts: He wore a beard when beards were out of fashion. For this social sin he was shunned, attacked, and ultimately jailed. In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll tell the story of a bizarre battle against irrational prejudice. We'll also see whether a computer can understand knitting and puzzle over an unrewarded long jump. Intro: Prospector William Schmidt dug through California's Copper Mountain. The bees of Bradfield, South Yorkshire, are customarily informed of funerals. Sources for our feature on Joseph Palmer: Stewart Holbrook, "The Beard of Joseph Palmer," American Scholar 13:4 (Autumn 1944), 451-458. Paul Della Valle, Massachusetts Troublemakers: Rebels, Reformers, and Radicals From the Bay State, 2009. John Matteson, Eden's Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Father, 2010. Richard Corson, Fashions in Hair: The First Five Thousand Years, 2001. Stewart H. Holbrook, Lost Men of American History, 1947. Zechariah Chafee, Freedom of Speech, 1920. Clara Endicott Sears and Louisa May Alcott, Bronson Alcott's Fruitlands, 1915. George Willis Cooke, Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Life, Writings, and Philosophy, 1881. Octavius Brooks Frothingham, Theodore Parker: A Biography, 1874. Louisa May Alcott, Transcendental Wild Oats, 1873. Joseph J. Thorndike Jr., "Fruitlands," American Heritage 37:2 (February/March 1986). David Demaree, "Growing the Natural Man: The Hirsute Face in the Antebellum North," American Nineteenth Century History 18:2 (June 2017), 159–176. Richard E. Meyer, "'Pardon Me for Not Standing': Modern American Graveyard Humor," in Peter Narváez, ed., Of Corpse: Death and Humor in Folkore and Popular Culture, 2003. J. Joseph Edgette, "The Epitaph and Personality Revelation," in Richard E. Meyer, ed., Cemeteries and Gravemarkers: Voices of American Culture, 1989. Herbert Moller, "The Accelerated Development of Youth: Beard Growth as a Biological Marker," Comparative Studies in Society and History 29:4 (October 1987), 748-762. Carl Watner, "Those 'Impossible Citizens': Civil Resistants in 19th Century New England," Journal of Libertarian Studies 3:2 (1980), 170-193. Ari Hoogenboom, "What Really Caused the Civil War?", Wisconsin Magazine of History 44:1 (Autumn 1960), 3-5. Richard Gehman, "Beards Stage a Comeback," Saturday Evening Post 231:20 (Nov. 15, 1958), 40-108. Stewart H. Holbrook, "Lost Men of American History," Life 22:2 (Jan. 13, 1947), 81-92. George Hodges, "The Liberty of Difference," Atlantic Monthly 117:6 (June 1916), 784-793. James Anderson, "'Fruitlands,' Historic Alcott Home Restored," Table Talk 30:12 (December 1915), 664-670. Marion Sothern, "'Fruitlands': The New England Homestead of the Alcotts," Book News Monthly 33:2 (October 1914), 65-68. Rick Gamble, "Speaking From the Grave Through Monuments," [Brantford, Ont.] Expositor, Feb. 23, 2019, D.2. James Sullivan, "Beard Brains: A Historian Uncovers the Roots of Men's Facial Hair," Boston Globe, Jan. 1, 2016, G.8. Kimberly Winston, "When Is Facial Hair a Sign of Faith?", Washington Post, Oct. 11, 2014, B.2. Christopher Klein, "Pulling for the Beards," Boston Globe, Nov. 2, 2013, V.30. "Shared History: Whisker Rebellion Whets Writer's Curiosity," [Worcester, Mass.] Telegram & Gazette, Jan. 27, 2009, E.1. William Loeffler, "Facial Hair Has Said a Lot About a Man," McClatchy-Tribune Business News, Oct. 26, 2008. Paul Galloway, "A Shave With History: Tracking Civilization Through Facial Hair," Chicago Tribune, July 28, 1999, 1. Billy Porterfield, "Bearded Abolitionist Set Fad on Both Sides of Mason-Dixon," Austin American Statesman, Jan. 19, 1990, B1. "Very Set in His Ways," Bridgeport [Conn.] Evening Farmer, Oct. 26, 1916, 9. "Man's Beard Cause of Jeers," [Mountain Home, Idaho] Republican, Jan. 9, 1906. "'Persecuted for Wearing the Beard': The Hirsute Life and Death of Joseph Palmer," Slate, April 16, 2015. "Joseph Palmer, Fashion Criminal, Persecuted for Wearing a Beard," New England Historical Society (accessed May 19, 2019). Listener mail: Wikipedia, "TX-0" (accessed May 24, 2019). Wendy Lee, "Can a Computer Write a Script? Machine Learning Goes Hollywood," Los Angeles Times, April 11, 2019. Sean Keane, "First AI-Scripted Commercial Tugs Hard at Our Heart Strings -- for a Lexus," CNET, Nov. 19, 2018 Reece Medway, "Lexus Europe Creates World's Most Intuitive Car Ad With IBM Watson," IBM, Nov. 19, 2018. Janelle Shane, "Skyknit: When Knitters Teamed Up With a Neural Network," AI Weirdness, 2018. Alexis C. Madrigal, "SkyKnit: How an AI Took Over an Adult Knitting Community," Atlantic, March 6, 2018. This week's lateral thinking puzzle was suggested by one that appeared in 2005 on the National Public Radio program Car Talk, contributed by their listener David Johnson. You can listen using the player above, download this episode directly, or subscribe on Google Podcasts, on Apple Podcasts, or via the RSS feed at https://futilitycloset.libsyn.com/rss. Please consider becoming a patron of Futility Closet -- you can choose the amount you want to pledge, and we've set up some rewards to help thank you for your support. You can also make a one-time donation on the Support Us page of the Futility Closet website. Many thanks to Doug Ross for the music in this episode. If you have any questions or comments you can reach us at email@example.com. Thanks for listening!
How much do you think about facial hair? Get ready to dive deep, and get hairy when we discuss the life of Joseph Palmer, a man persecuted for wearing the beard, in Strange Country Episode 10. It was a strange time when men were expected to be clean shaven, or else they would be attacked in fear of the free-thinkers. It's a good thing Beth wasn't around back then, she may have joined in. Tune in and beard on, or something like that. Theme music: Resting Place by A Cast of Thousands Cite your sources! All About Beards. https://www.beards.org/ Atlas Obscura, http://www.atlasobscura.com/places/grave-of-joseph-palmer "Joseph Palmer – The Man Who Was Sent to Jail for Wearing a Beard." Joseph Palmer - The Man Who Was Sent to Jail for Wearing a Beard - Page 2 of 2. N.p., 15 Oct. 2016. Web. 10 Oct. 2017. . Sifakis, Carl. Great American eccentrics: strange and peculiar people. Galahad Books, 1984.