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EP 8 | From Moose Hunting To Whitetail Hunting - The True North Country Experience With Lance & Emily Robinson Of Safari River Outfitters

The Journey Within

This week Mark Peterson sits down with Lance and Emily Robinson of Safari River Outfitters in Saskatchewan. Mark, Lance and Emily chat about the inner workings of Safari River and what they offer when it comes to hunting moose to big chocolate rack whitetails in the fall. They also dive into travel logistics with weapons, getting your animal home and everything that you need to bring with you. This podcast is filled with information so be ready to write things down.If you want to book any of the hunts you hear on my journeys go to: https://worldwidetrophyadventures.com Thank you to these great Partners https://worldwidetrophyadventures.com/https://www.leupold.com/https://www.gunwerks.comhttps://www.cabelas.com/https://www.rufftuff.com Subscribe to My YouTube channel and hit the notification button 🔔 to be notified when a new video drops. Follow Me:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/markvpeterson/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkPeterson...Web: http://markvpeterson.com/ #TheJourneyWithin #MarkPeterson #WorldwideTrophyAdventures Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 21mins

21 Jun 2022

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39 - The Screwtape Letters (feat. Emily Robinson)

The Worst of All Possible Worlds

THIS IS A PREVIEW. FOR THE FULL EPISODE GO TO https://www.patreon.com/WorstOfAll Emily Robinson (My Brother, My Captain, My Podcast) joins the lads in Hell as they excavate the epistolary proselytizing and smug finger-wagging of C.S. Lewis’ scourge of YA reading lists everywhere: The Screwtape Letters. Topics include the rivalry between C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, the rampant misogyny of Screwtape’s letters, and what it means to live your life in constant fear that you’ll one day be devoured by demons. My Brother, My Captain, My Podcast:https://open.spotify.com/show/27HIVoL3VACQZxGyrhmeEx?si=39edc487850b4bd7My Brother, My Captain, My Podcast Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/ManuclearBomb TWOAPW Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/WorstOfAll Theme by Brendan Daltonwww.brendan-dalton.com https://brendandalton.bandcamp.com

19mins

15 Jun 2022

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How To Access Your Psychic and Intuitive Abilities with Emily Robinson

Outside The Studio with Tessa Tovar

On episode 50 of Outside The Studio: In This EpisodeEnergy healer and psychic Emily Robinson joins Tessa to discuss how you can access your own psychic and intuitive abilities. They explore what being psychic means beyond the mainstream understanding, how regular people practice psychic abilities on a daily basis, how intuition is a form of psychic ability, and the differences between intellect and intuition. Emily Robinson is a psychic, energy healer, and intuitive coach. Timestamps(00:00) Who is Emily Robinson? (02:00) What does it mean to be psychic? (07:26) Why did Emily decide to learn psychic skills? (10:46) Being afraid of getting a psychic reading. (14:53) How colors affect psychic readings.(23:25) Intellectual decision making vs. intuitive decision making (the disconnect between intuition and intellect).(28:42) Where does intuition exist? OR How YOU are sometimes psychic. OR Why reading your gut feeling makes you psychic.(33:39) How to access your intuition and psychic abilities.(37:04) How are tarot readings and psychic readings connected? (40:10) What it was like being a psychic during the pandemic. (45:27) Hiding who you are.(47:49) How to connect with Emily 4 Key Takeaways 1. Being psychic is reading energy. There are different ways to perceive energy. One way to perceive energy is through your third eye - for example, being able to visualize an apple without an apple actually being in front of you.2. Your energy projects outside of you. However, outside energy affects your body as well.3. Perceiving your gut feeling is in itself a psychic practice. In checking your gut feeling, you are reading energy. 4. Intuition itself is a psychic ability. We are just more accepting of the word intuition than the word psychic. LinksConnect With Emily Robinson: Website: https://www.emilyrobinsonyoga.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilyyoga22Connect With Tessa Tovar: Website: https://tessatovar.com/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/tessamarietovar/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tessa-tovar-baa27613 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/TBenedicktus

51mins

21 May 2022

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Emily Robinson, Actress - 31st Artios Awards 2016 #ICYMI | S1 EP 7

Windi World Daily with Windi Washington

#ICYMI WINDI WORLD DAILY with WINDI WASHINGTON interviewed Actress EMILY ROBINSON on the red carpet at the 31st Annual Artios Awards 2016. She was attending to support casting director EYDE BELASCO nominated in the Television Pilot Comedy category for Amazon's television series TRANSPARENT casting achievements. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3mins

9 Feb 2022

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Out of the Ordinary with Marc Stears and Emily Robinson

Mile End Institute Podcast

In this episode, Co-Director, Colm Murphy is joined by Marc Stears (University of Sydney) and Emily Robinson (University of Sussex) to discuss Marc’s recent book ‘Out of The Ordinary: How Everyday Life Inspired a Nation and How It Can Again'. They consider whether contemporary politics can learn from ordinary people, as it did in the 1920s to 1950s, in an age of ever-increasing polarisation. 

38mins

25 Jun 2021

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678: Eating Disorders And Enneagrams With Emily Robinson

Pound This

Emily Robinson is a Health Coach & Yoga Therapy Instructor who has dedicated her life to helping people improve their overall health and wellbeing, both physically and mentally. In this episode Emily and I discuss her work with eating disorders, and how enneagram tests can help lead people to their best results. Find Emily here: https://abidehealthcoaching.com/ Find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/youcanpoundthis/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmandaValentineBites Website: http://amandavalentinebites.com/

52mins

31 May 2021

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The Cheetah Girls with Emily Robinson

Most Xtreme Podcast

Time for one Cheetah-licious episode! We're talking everything on Disney's girl power pop star sensations from the fashion, songs, video games, live tours, and more!SUBSCRIBE to our PODCAST FEED, and LEAVE us a REVIEW!TWITTER - https://twitter.com/mostxtremepodINSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/mostxtremepod/EMAIL - mostxtremepodcast@gmail.comWEBSITE - https://mostxtremepodcast.simplecast.com/REDDIT - https://www.reddit.com/user/mostxtremepod

57mins

13 May 2021

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How To Build A Career in Data Science with Jacqueline Nolis and Emily Robinson

HumAIn Podcast - Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Developer Tools, and Technical Education

[Audio] Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSSJacqueline Nolis is a Data Science consultant, who helps companies like T-Mobile, Expedia, with their data science problems.She’s got an undergrad in math. Masters in math. She got a doctorate in industrial engineering and then started working as a consultant. For the last ten years she’s been doing data science consulting for all sorts of companies and leading data science teams.Emily Robinson studied very related fields of statistics. And that's where she started programming in R, went on from there to get a Master's in organizational behavior and then did Metis, which is another data science bootcamp.Went on to Etsy DataCamp. And now she is a senior data scientist at Warby Parker. She got interested in data science because quantitative social sciences are a very good background to lead into data science.Episode Links:  Jacqueline Nolis' LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jnolis/ Emily Robinson’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robinsones/ Emily Robinson’s Twitter: @robinson_esJacqueline Nolis' Twitter: @skyetetraEmily Robinson’s Website: https://hookedondata.org/ Jacqueline Nolis' Website: https://jnolis.com/ Podcast Details: Podcast website: https://www.humainpodcast.com Apple Podcasts:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/humain-podcast-artificial-intelligence-data-science/id1452117009 Spotify:  https://open.spotify.com/show/6tXysq5TzHXvttWtJhmRpS RSS: https://feeds.redcircle.com/99113f24-2bd1-4332-8cd0-32e0556c8bc9 YouTube Full Episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxvclFvpPvFM9_RxcNg1rag YouTube Clips:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxvclFvpPvFM9_RxcNg1rag/videos Support and Social Media:  – Check out the sponsors above, it’s the best way to support this podcast– Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/humain/creators – Twitter:  https://twitter.com/dyakobovitch – Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/humainpodcast/ – LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidyakobovitch/ – Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HumainPodcast/ – HumAIn Website Articles: https://www.humainpodcast.com/blog/ Outline: Here’s the timestamps for the episode: (00:00) – Introduction(04:08) – There's just, clearly, some desire in the world that people are data scientists, or if you're a junior data scientist, a desire in the world to be one of these senior data scientists, giving talks at conferences and joining the community. And so we just noticed organically that this is happening more than us making some grand observation about the state of the world.  You bring up  the current moment also recognizing, how May I become even more valuable to employers? I may end up having to do a job search. What can I do to prepare so that I can be an attractive candidate to different companies? (06:23) – The book was put up into four parts, and the first part is, basically, what is data science? What does it look like at different companies? How do you find jobs? What does the interview process look like all the way up to negotiating an offer? So that's the first half. The second half of the book, and the third part is around settling into your job. Putting a machine learning model into production. And dealing with stakeholders. And then, finally, the last half is about when you start settling in it's about continuing to grow by joining the community, handling failure, which is pretty much inevitable when you're a data scientist going on to a new job. And then the final chapter is what are the things you can do even after you become a senior data scientist. So Management, independent consulting or being a principal data scientist. Finally, actually we have an interview appendix with over 30 interview questions, example answers.(08:51) – No one really knows what's happening. No one, or for the last two months, no one really knows what happened. No one knows what's going to happen for a while. That we're just in a really uncertain time. We don't know if your company is going to be around in six months, everything's more uncertain.(09:57) –A lot of companies are putting on hiring freezes in general, except for very critical roles. (12:18) – Each one of those stakeholders has a different goal, whether it's to make their engineering stronger, to make better decisions, to make their company go to a better place in the long term. And how you work with each one of these groups of people really will differ based on who they are and what their goals are. So we break down that a lot. (15:40) –  Some of the key communication strategies include messing up a lot until you remember how you messed up the last time, and then get a little bit better. And you do that for 10 or 20 years. And eventually you're okay. Being consistent. Creating a consistent framework for how you share things. You have to adapt your strategies.(18:01) – The idea of how you prioritize this work thinking through a lot of the prioritization and deciding what work to do when that's really important to good stakeholder management.(19:43) – Failure can come in all shapes and sizes. For me, I find one of the most difficult types of failure is that when you're a data scientist, you generally have to get people excited about a project before it starts. You have funding from people, and then you start working with the data. And it turns out that data doesn't have a signal in it. If you can't find it with a simple model, you're never going to find it. And that's a really big source of failure in the data science field. (20:54) – So it's also worth thinking about, as a team, maybe not taking on only pie in the sky, very high risks, new cutting edge projects and balancing that with things that you're more confident you can deliver because that can help show people the value of the team. And then, hopefully occasionally, one of those riskier projects does pay off and it will probably pay off in a bigger way.(22:38) – A lot of the work you need to do to handle a failure really starts long before the failure actually occurred. Companies do have different cultures around failure, and at some places it's not seen as valuable, you might be punished for it.Try to understand if that company has a culture of learning and ongoing feedback, because you do want to be at a place where it can be safe and understood that sometimes things do fail. Startups are more comfortable with failing fast and frequently because startups are lean and exciting.(27:40) – These softwares to monitor their employee's computers, which will take screenshots every 10 minutes, it hugely invades privacy. You should know what outcomes you're striving for. What success looks like there, trust your team to do the work well, to give them the flexibility. We're not just working remotely, we're working remotely in a pandemic. And having that human understanding that people are going through different stuff.(35:57) – I am a big component, a proponent of doing public work. In my free time, I've picked up art. So I've been doing a lot of watercolor and oil pastel, and it's been nice to just have something that is totally not tech to put a little bit of my heart into.(43:05) – At the current moment, it's certainly riskier to leave without another job lined up. You could just ditch the system entirely and become a consultant and work as a freelancer, which is what I've been doing, which can have a huge payout and huge opportunity, but also is incredibly stressful, very risky, and just almost impossible to do right now, given the virus. I really do not care for giant tech companies to come out with giant technology and we're supposed to be excited about it. I find that inaccessible. I really love seeing new projects, new things people are doing. But what I get very excited about, too, is when folks start sharing their side projects or blogs, or sharing some of their work, it's cool. There's more to be done with other groups including people of color, but I've also seen some meetup groups and other efforts for that. So that's what's exciting to me. (53:59) – My call to action is to try to find a way to help people. That's why we wrote the book. It was certainly not so we could get fabulously wealthy and retire early. Don't take conventional wisdom and assume because someone told you it has to be true, including us. Challenge conventional wisdom a little bit.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

56mins

4 Mar 2021

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Intuitive Parents, Intuitive Kids with Emily Robinson

Rebel Radio

'For me, wealth is just pure joy and happiness.  It's this incredible space of flow and just loving everything about life, yourself, your family, and being able to just be in the space of connection.'  ~ Emily Robinson In this episode, Emily and I dive into a conversation about how important it is for our children to learn these tools and have a deep understanding of themselves.  Imagine a world where we all knew and understood our own superpowers!   Find more on the IPIK project and Emily HERE.

23mins

22 Feb 2021

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Episode 15 – Asking questions through choreography with Emily Robinson

David's Dance Podcast

This week on the podcast, I'm joined by Welsh artist Emily Robinson. We discuss her short dance film "Seedlings of Time," a diaristic dance duet with her father, exploring his love of gardening and their relationship through a month-long daily practice dancing together. We talk about how through touch, dance facilitates a means of connecting and relating to others. I love how Robinson's work peels back the layers and creates beautiful portraits of her dancers, their individuality, and their relationship on stage. The work feels honest and direct but soft to touch. Here, she extrapolates on the role of questions in her work. How shared questions become shared investigation, and I start to understand where this connected quality comes from in her work. I hope you enjoy hearing about her process and all the epiphanies it has fostered along the way. To find out more:Instagram: @emilyrobinsondanceWebsite: www.emilyrobinsondance.comWatch Seedlings of Time: https://youtu.be/vi82fs14VTg

1hr 8mins

15 Feb 2021

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