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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Carter. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Carter, often where they are interviewed.

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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Carter. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Carter, often where they are interviewed.

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Podcast 90: Back to the T1D Basics | Mark Carter

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Who says an old dog can’t learn new tricks?! Repeat guest and dear friend, Mark Carter joins the show and shares how and why he has created a T1D backup plan. He has re-assessed and found better strategies that have left him feeling freer and refreshed. Let’s dive into Mark’s story and learn how finding […]

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Sep 14 2020 · 54mins
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Episode 78 – Mark Carter – Leaders on Leadership

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This episode of the Tremendous Leadership podcast features Dr. Tracey C Jones interviewing Pastor Mark Carter. Mark Carter is a church planter, founder of BibleLeadership.com, and serves as Lead Pastor of Fierce Church. Carter is passionate about equipping up-and-coming leaders with God's Word so that they can have greater confidence, improved leadership instincts, and a deep connection to Jesus. Listen in to hear how Mark has paid the Price of Leadership.

Links:

https://www.bibleleadership.com/

https://www.bibleleadership.com/podcast/

https://fierce.church/

The Price of Leadership https://tremendousleadership.com/products/price-of-leadership-life-changing-classics-volume-xi

Quotes:

“Jesus knew what it was like to have the friends from his hometown try to throw him off a cliff.” – Mark Carter

“I have to have enough distance to be able to make the call a lot of people aren’t going to want you to make.” – Mark Carter

“Sometimes I don’t have to give vision, I have to get my people around compelling vision.” – Mark Carter

“When is it smart for me to break instead of when I have to take a break or I’m going to die.” – Mark Carter

“Equip followers to do things so I can focus on the things I need to do.” – Mark Carter

“The rested are smart and strong.” – Mark Carter

“We don’t know if we’ll be around in a year so.” – Mark Carter

“The purpose is to get God the glory.” – Mark Carter

“There are days that are so dark that I have to bring out my phone a friend list to have someone scrape me off the pavement.” – Mark Carter

Aug 19 2020 · 30mins
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Free Range American: Ep 050 Mark Carter

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Evan Hafer, Logan Stark and Trevor Thompson return to chat with Pro Snowboarder and Wyoming rancher Mark Carter about winter sports and going pro, learning to ski and snowboard, how grocery stores suck, and how corporate greed takes away the quality in a product, leaving the door wide open for direct to consumer models to flourish. Need meat? Carter Country Meats go direct from the ranch to your doorstep, much like the Black Rifle Coffee Club subscription.

Aug 17 2020 · 1hr 24mins
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Dr. Corsi DEEP DIVE Interview Dr. Randy Short, Mark Carter - Black Activists Expose Chicago Machine

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Dr. Corsi interviews black activists Dr. Randy Short and Mark Carter as they expose the "Chicago Machine" - the decades old system of nepotism, cronyism, and patronage that plagues our inner cities.

White and black elite families named Biden, Pelosi, and Jackson rule the streets. Jobs only go to family members and their network of friends. Ordinary blacks are forced into lives based on selling drugs, stealing, and incarceration.

Support for President Trump in the black community is a closely held secret. Trump's "First Step Act," reversing actions by the Clintons to ensure "Super Predator" blacks are incarcerated, signaled to the black community that Trump is on their side, as thousands of blacks sentenced to lengthy terms of hard bondage for minor offenses enabled early release of non-violent offenders.

Carter pleads with President Trump to meet with black community leaders on the ground in cities like Chicago to hear the truth about what is happening, and possible solutions.

Democrats have used race as a weapon in the black community to brainwash generation after generation of blacks to believe that white Republicans are the cause of all of their problems, when in reality it is Democrats, and particularly black Democrats who are at the heart of the evil.

In 1904, Dr. Henry Minton and five colleagues in Philadelphia formed the first African -American Greek Secret Society "The Boule." Pronounced "boo-lay," and fashioned after the Skull and Bones society of white elites at Yale, the Boule has since been the leadership cabal of Black Americans to this day. From Jesse Jackson to Barack Obama, The Boule bring together a select group of educated Black men and women to advance and prosper in return for loyalty to its objectives: ensuring the upper tenth of Blacks live the good life as Boule members, while the majority of disenfranchised Blacks live like slaves.

Members of the Boule pose as freedom fighters and civil rights activists like Elijah Cummings and Maxine Watters while turning every trick to their personal gain. The Boule is another branch of the army of darkness, destroying souls (any anyone who opposes them) to further their nefarious goals.

Guns, drugs, and violence are the weapons used to pit blacks against blacks, and blacks against whites as the chaos feeds their power quest.

Visit https://www.corsination.com where passionate patriots gather to learn and share the truth.
Aug 10 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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Ep. 131: PETA’s Tofu Propaganda, the Trouble with Cancel Culture, and Pro Snowboarder Mark Carter Has Nothing to Hide

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On this week's show, the guys discuss PETA's new tofu propaganda campaign, usher in the return of Not So Sharp Moments, and learn that mocking liberal hunters is a good thing. Up next is an interview with Mark Carter. He’s a native of Ten Sleep, Wyoming, the son of a salt of the earth rancher, and a world-class snowboarder. Mark is a grab life by the balls type of guy that has lived a life of adventure most of us only dream about. He’s also a convicted poacher and a felon. In a time of cancel culture, his story is an important look at honesty, redemption, and guilt. As Mark said, “I got nothing to hide.” He lays it all out there. Enjoy. 

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Jun 23 2020 · 2hr 27mins
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Mark Carter--SCARY LITTLE FOOKA!

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So you think you know Mark Carter, actor, writer, Vlad the Imapler aficionado?  Listen in as I delve deep into this interesting local talent.

Apr 27 2020 · 24mins
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Pro snowboarder Mark Carter opens up about inheriting a severe work ethic, the necessity of failure, and what it’s like roundin’ up cattle with a motorcycle.

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“Professional snowboarder” and “third-generation cattle rancher” aren’t two lives lived by one person — unless you’re Mark Carter. In this episode, he thinks back to the days of playing outdoors till the darkness brought him in, getting roped into snowboarding, and how being kind and workin’ hard has gotten him farther than anything.

Apr 14 2020 · 1hr 7mins
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How Businesses Build Opportunity | Mark Carter

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Mar 13 2020 · 24mins
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Podcast 79: St. Louis Roller Coaster Recap | Mark Carter & Cynthia Celt

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The dust has settled and the Real Life Diabetes Consulting team is back at home and taken a moment to reflect on our visit to the JDRF TypeOneNation summit in St. Louis. I love chatting with this crew and thought it was time to recap our roller coaster of events in Missouri. We aren’t shy […]

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Feb 28 2020 · 43mins
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08: Connecting to the Sacred Through Sound and Spirit with Mark Carter

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My guest on this episode is Mark Carter, a dear friend and one of my most trusted spiritual mentors. Mark co-owns and operates Zen Soul Balance, a holistic wellness company based in San Diego specializing in yoga, sound therapy, mindfulness, and meditation. He holds dual-graduate degrees in education and spirituality, and has several certifications in yoga and sound healing therapy. Mark has completed post-graduate work in the disciplines of spiritual formation and leadership and has served as a retreat leader for over 15 years. As an artist and yogi, his interests focus on the intersection of meditation, asana and sound therapy as a catalyst to inspire others to live wholehearted, healthy lives.

We have a very deep and personal conversation that I hope inspires you, wherever you are on your spiritual journey. I encourage you to take notes, to pause and reflect as much as necessary to engage with and really feel into these topics. Mark is an exceptionally articulate, brilliant and a compassionate teacher and it's a huge honor for me to be able to take in and share his insights through this platform.

HIGHLIGHTS:
-What does it mean to be spiritual? What is a contemplative life?
-Common truths & crossovers in global disciplines (Western faiths and Eastern practices)
-The power of mystery, prayer, and rituals
-The essence of being human—encountering infinite Love
-Chakra theory & how it influences spiritual maturity
-Embodied spirituality—Experiencing how everything is connected
-How to recognize & connect to that which is Sacred
-The benefits and future of sound healing and sound therapy
AND SO MUCH MORE!

Follow Mark and Zen Soul Balance on IG @zensoulbalance or @mcphoto_and_yoga or go to www.zensoulbalance.com for events and upcoming trainings.

Books and Authors for Reference:
James W. Fowler, American Theologian & Professor of Theology
Erik Erikson, German-American Psychologist (Theory of Psychosocial Development)
Henri Nouwen, Dutch Catholic priest, & theologian(Life of the Beloved)
Thomas Merton, American Trappist monk & mystic (Mystics and Zen Masters)
Thich Nhat Hanh, Vietnamese Buddhist monk
Julie Cameron, American teacher & writer (The Artists' Way)
Richard Rohr, American writer & Franciscan friar(Everything Belongs)
Joshua Leeds, American sound researcher & music producer (The Power of Sound: How to Be Healthy and Productive Using Music and Sound)
The Scripps Institute, The Shiley Fitness Center (www.scripps.org)
Mitchell Gaynor, American oncologist & w (The Healing Power of Sound: Recovery from Life-Threatening Illness Using Sound, Voice, and Music)

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Dec 18 2019 · 1hr 20mins
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