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Denise Phillips

11 Podcast Episodes

Latest 28 Aug 2021 | Updated Daily

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The Incredible Manifestation Story of Denise Phillips

Law of Attraction Changed My Life

I'm so excited to be the only UK podcast to bring you Denise's story & thank her for trusting me with it.  I know this is going to bring so much hope & so much faith to so many of you, regardless of if you are on a fertility journey or not. You can find Denise on Instagram at:  You can find me at: www.instagram.com/lawofattractionchangedmylife www.instagram.com/francescaamber 'This Smells Like My New Baby' manifestation candle:  https://lawofattractionchangedmylife.bigcartel.com/product/manifesting-candle-gratitudeThank you for listening & I will see you next week, Fran xxxJoin my Book Club! Join my Patreon for exclusive content, monthly self-improvement book club, Off Topic podcast & more! Try Audible FREE for one month Keep meaning to read all the books I recommend but never find the time? Audible is the answer!Try Hello Fresh for 60% off! One of the best things I've done for my life, get 60% off your first box, 35% off next 3 boxes. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/lawofattractionchangedmylife)

52mins

14 May 2021

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Denise Phillips : Miracles Do Happen

Ready To Be Real by Síle Seoige

Trigger warning : Multiple rounds of IVF, miscarriage.Denise Phillips lives in Newbridge, Co. Kildare with her husband Mark, their 6 year old daughter Beth and she’s also step mother to 16 year old Ellie.She’s hugely successful in her career as the owner of Pelo hairdressing and the co-owner of Irish hair brand Voduz and last week she got the surprise of her life when she found out she was over 6 months pregnant!For the past 10 years, she had lived with unexplained infertility, no periods, no ovulation and the lining of her womb was very thin.On their 9th cycle of IVF she went on to have their little girl and when Beth was a baby, she also took part in TV documentary ‘The Babymakers’, which followed the lives of couples for over a year, who were trying to conceive and showed the reality of IVF.This was one of my favourite chats ever on the podcast, it’s full of wisdom and practical advice, especially for those who are navigating the often-challenging road to parenthood. She speaks about acceptance and gratitude and the importance of staying in your own lane.And when we spoke on Tuesday when she had just come from all her pregnancy appointments in the Coombe hospital, where she found out she was almost 29 weeks pregnant!Book mentions:Deepak Chopra’s The Seven Spiritual Laws of SuccessVishen Lakhiani’s The Code of the Extraordinary MindIf you enjoyed this chat please show your support by leaving a rating or a little comment on Apple and by clicking follow on Spotify, I’d be so thankful. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 31mins

5 May 2021

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Episode 18 Denise Phillips of Pelodolls

Brainstorm in a Teacup

Today we are joined by the brilliant Denise from PeloHair and ScalpSpecialist. we talk all things business and online

40mins

1 May 2020

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Monday School: Lessons in Homeschool with Denise Phillips

Monday School

As the COVID-19 crisis took hold, families across the US found themselves thrust into a situation that was unfamiliar for many of them: at home learning. For Homeschool parents like Denise Phillips however, the crisis served as more a reminder of lessons learned long ago, some of which may be beneficial to the new wave of "home" schools.

31mins

27 Apr 2020

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Classroom Assessment Strategies with Denise Phillips

Teacher Prep with Dr. D

Classroom assessment strategies for all students are highlighted in this episode with Denise Phillips.  She shares how teachers can collect multiple forms of evidence   to make informed decisions about what students know and how to plan next steps for instruction.  She also shares how teachers can make adaptations and accommodations for students who are English Language Learners and have an IEP.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/teacherprep/message

34mins

6 Sep 2019

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Denise Phillips, “Acolytes of Nature: Defining Natural Science in Germany, 1770-1850” (University of Chicago Press, 2012)

New Books in German Studies

Denise Phillip’s meticulously researched and carefully argued new book deeply excavates a period in which many of the basic components that we take for granted as characterizing modern science were coming into being: the scientific method, the concept of a unified science, the increasing divergence of what we might translate as theoretical and practical scientific pursuits. Though these concepts will seem familiar to readers, Phillips’ careful study pays special attention to how science emerged and transformed in German-speaking Europe in very locally-specific ways. Following the transformation of Naturwissenschaft from an eighteenth century invention to a “rallying-cry” by the middle of the nineteenth century, Acolytes of Nature: Defining Natural Science in Germany, 1770-1850 maps the relationships between the collective use of words, the development of concepts, and the creation and ramification of collective social sites. Phillips reveals a world of many distinct but overlapping publics, spanning private learned societies, technical academies, gardens, agricultural societies, and universities, among others. Phillips urges to move beyond simple binaries in our understanding of history, demonstrating that the conceptual and material foundations of modern science in German-speaking Europe, and the figures that populated its spaces, emerged out of border zones and juxtapositions. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/german-studies

55mins

19 Sep 2012

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Denise Phillips, “Acolytes of Nature: Defining Natural Science in Germany, 1770-1850” (University of Chicago Press, 2012)

New Books in History

Denise Phillip’s meticulously researched and carefully argued new book deeply excavates a period in which many of the basic components that we take for granted as characterizing modern science were coming into being: the scientific method, the concept of a unified science, the increasing divergence of what we might translate as theoretical and practical scientific pursuits. Though these concepts will seem familiar to readers, Phillips’ careful study pays special attention to how science emerged and transformed in German-speaking Europe in very locally-specific ways. Following the transformation of Naturwissenschaft from an eighteenth century invention to a “rallying-cry” by the middle of the nineteenth century, Acolytes of Nature: Defining Natural Science in Germany, 1770-1850 maps the relationships between the collective use of words, the development of concepts, and the creation and ramification of collective social sites. Phillips reveals a world of many distinct but overlapping publics, spanning private learned societies, technical academies, gardens, agricultural societies, and universities, among others. Phillips urges to move beyond simple binaries in our understanding of history, demonstrating that the conceptual and material foundations of modern science in German-speaking Europe, and the figures that populated its spaces, emerged out of border zones and juxtapositions. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

55mins

19 Sep 2012

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Denise Phillips, “Acolytes of Nature: Defining Natural Science in Germany, 1770-1850” (University of Chicago Press, 2012)

New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

Denise Phillip’s meticulously researched and carefully argued new book deeply excavates a period in which many of the basic components that we take for granted as characterizing modern science were coming into being: the scientific method, the concept of a unified science, the increasing divergence of what we might translate as theoretical and practical scientific pursuits. Though these concepts will seem familiar to readers, Phillips’ careful study pays special attention to how science emerged and transformed in German-speaking Europe in very locally-specific ways. Following the transformation of Naturwissenschaft from an eighteenth century invention to a “rallying-cry” by the middle of the nineteenth century, Acolytes of Nature: Defining Natural Science in Germany, 1770-1850 maps the relationships between the collective use of words, the development of concepts, and the creation and ramification of collective social sites. Phillips reveals a world of many distinct but overlapping publics, spanning private learned societies, technical academies, gardens, agricultural societies, and universities, among others. Phillips urges to move beyond simple binaries in our understanding of history, demonstrating that the conceptual and material foundations of modern science in German-speaking Europe, and the figures that populated its spaces, emerged out of border zones and juxtapositions. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-technology-and-society

55mins

19 Sep 2012

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11/29 Session #5: Denise Phillips on Science and Liberalism in Germany

Research Seminar on Modern Germany

1hr

16 Jul 2008

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11/29 Session #5: Denise Phillips on Science and Liberalism in Germany

Research Seminar on Modern Germany

1hr

16 Jul 2008

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