The Healthy Place Tim Obrien pt 1Everyone has struggled with eating healthy. I mean everyone. I suspect even the cavemen were given the "evil eye" by their spouse for wanting to eat that extra piece of dinosaur meat from off the new fire spicket he installed for her.It is a fact that two out of every three adults in the United States over the age of 20 are overweight or obese. That’s according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I know I’ve struggled with weight my entire life. Just a couple of years ago, I was at 280 pounds and decided enough was enough. In the last two years, I’ve lost 65 pounds and actually want to go about another 15 or 20. But I haven’t felt this good in years. Amen!We all know that food is the best way to get your vitamins and minerals. But it sometimes can be hard to eat enough fresh veggies, fruits, whole grains, and other healthy options. A multivitamin can be a safe way to boost your nutrients.Don’t believe the studies that support the latest fad diets endorsed by some big name celebrity. Some people, anyone actually, can gain 10 pounds and then document how they went on some gimmicky diet for 30 days and lost 15 pounds and so many inches (but don’t tell you how much they were paid to endorse the product in doing so).Paleo, gluten-free, low-fat, juice cleanses, you name it: Proponents of any diet can find an academic study or some celebrity somewhere to back up their program.That brings me to my guest today. Tim O’Brien started off in the health and wellness industry back in 2003 working for GNC franchises. He then became a District Manager for the chain in 2005. Then, in 2008, he became the manager of Elite Nutrition until founding “The Healthy Place – Apple Wellness” in 2010.Tim has built a solid foundation of knowledge and expertise and this has translated into the success he has experienced in opening his own company. “The Healthy Place” first started online as e-commerce store, then turned into one brick and mortar store - but has now grown to four stores! Amen!Tim believes in educating and empowering individuals to make lifelong, healthy choices and changes in their lives. His desire is to help each individual to reach their true health potential and he does so while giving all of the Glory to God. Amen!Help me welcome to the program, Tim O’Brien! Tim, thank you for coming on the program today!First question I always start with is this. Other than that brief information I just shared, tell us in your own words, “Who is Tim O’Brien?”You started off in a GNC store. We’ve all seen them in the malls, etc. Was this a career decision you made at that time or was it just a job to earn some money and then that turned into a passion?When you met your wife, Becki, were both of you into healthy lifestyles and is that how you met or just something you found out you both had in common?You went from working with GNC to ultimately opening your own company. And it was not really that long of a ride, six or seven years. What was the motivating factor that made you decide you could make a difference? That one thing that was missing from the other healthy style stores out there?You are very selective in the supplements, vitamins, etc. that you offer, correct?I’ve read a lot of material that claims most of the nutrient supplements, etc. that are on the market do not come anywhere near the level of claims that are being made about them. What is your response to questions about the need for supplements, vitamins, etc?How do you determine what supplements qualify for inclusion in your store offerings?I know we always see the little disclaimers that the FDA has not reviewed or approved of supplements, vitamins, etc. that you see offered everywhere. Usually in fine print on the bottom of a TV ad that you have to pause to try and read.Folks, like I stated during the opening to the program, we all either have a weight problem, a health problem or know someone who does.I encourage you to reach out to Tim O’Brien and his staff at “The Healthy Place – Apple Wellness.” Go down into the show notes below and reach out to Tim and his staff. Ask your questions. Take a look around. Test out some of the products that interest you.ENTER PROMO CODE: KCR for a HUGE 30% Discount!!!CONTACT INFORMATION:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: https://findyourhealthyplace.com/Website: https://livelyvitaminco.comWebsite: https://wildtheory.com
TIM O’BRIEN’S VIETNAM & PHIL WEITLAUF’S WAR DOG MEMORIAL
What makes wars worth fighting? How do we write about war? What are the obligations of citizens with respect to war? What are the after-effects of war on individuals and families? The War and Peace of Tim O’Brien follows O’Brien on the journey of his last book, as he reveals the everyday ties between duty, art, family, and the trauma of war.The War and Peace of Tim O’Brien is available as a VOD – www.timobrienfilm.comIn the summer of 2010 Phil Weitlauf, Project Director of the Michigan War Dog Memorial, heard about an abandoned war dog monument at the corner of Milford Rd and 11 Mile in Lyon Township. Phil took his trusted companion Cody, a German Shepherd, to take a look. When they arrived at the corner we saw nothing but a heavily wooded area. They parked the car and went for a walk and there it was a large granite monument with the words “The War Dog.” As we looked around we could see several headstones buried in the foliage and brush. The site was in horrible shape…and that’s when Phil knew something had to be done to preserve “The War Dog.” For More Information: www.mwdm.org
The War and Peace of Tim O’Brien / Film School Radio interview with Director Aaron Matthews
KUCI: Film School
In Aaron Matthews’ clear-eyed look into the life and times of a writer that has been called “the best American writer of his generation,” and our "poet laureate of war” Tim O’Brien. A Vietnam veteran, and National Book Award-winner, O’Brien is one of the great voices in modern American literature. The Library of Congress recently named his groundbreaking novel about the Vietnam War, “The Things They Carried,” one of the 65 most influential books in American history. It’s practically a cliché in the military – the book everyone carries is “The Things They Carried.” But O’Brien hasn’t put pen to paper in nearly two decades. He swore off making sentences when, at a late age, he had his first of two children. Plus, the nation was waging new wars in Afghanistan and Iraq that he couldn’t wrap his head around – wars that both reconfirmed and upended the notions of war, soldiers, and society that animated his books. Now, Tim O’Brien is trying to write again. He thinks the country is past due for a conversation about war’s impact. He thinks we’re running out of time. And, at age 70, that he is too. THE WAR AND PEACE OF TIM O”BRIEN follows O’Brien on his journey writing his next and last book. What makes wars worth fighting? How do we write about war? What are the obligations of citizens with respect to war? What are the after-effects of war on individuals and families? Director Aaron Matthews (Token Exchange, The Paper), brings us inside the lives of the O’Brien family with his intimate film about the struggles of a world-renowned war writer illuminates the everyday ties between duty, art, family, and the trauma of war.For news, updates and screenings go to: timobrienfilm.com
A discussion with Tim O’Brien, the creator behind Shaping Opinion. Podcast Brunch Club members worldwide listened to and discussed “The 1st Amendment: 45 Words that Shaped America” from Shaping Opinion in September 2020 when the theme of the podcast listening list was FREEDOM OF SPEECH. Find the full show notes on the web at: https://podcastbrunchclub.com/shaping-opinion-tim-obrien This is what they talked about: Freedom of Speech listening list from Podcast Brunch Club Two of Tim’s favorite episodes of Shaping Opinion: “Story of a Song: Play That Funky Music” and “Nashville’s Bluebird Café” Tim’s podcast pick: Within the Realm Getting in touch with Tim: website, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn Support PBC: Become a monthly Patreon member (and get some bonus content) Make a one-time donation via Paypal Get involved in the podcast discussion! Find out how Podcast Brunch Club works. Join PBC: newsletter, in-person chapter, Facebook Group, twitter, instagram, subreddit Audio editing and production by Katie DeFiore. Music included in this episode was “Rainbow” by Chad Crouch and “Paradise” by Misael Gauna. Current Supporters include: Podbean – use the code “pbc” for one month free on podcast hosting 70 Million – documentary podcast that investigates how locals are addressing the role of jails in their backyards Critical Frequency – “a podcast network for everyone else” Podkite – Chart Analytics and Marketing Attribution for Podcasters Future Hindsight – a podcast seeking to spark civic engagement, inspire hope, and reinvigorate our social contract How to Do the Pot – a podcast that answers women’s questions about cannabis How Do We Fix It? – a solutions-oriented podcast exploring the world’s problems Podchaser – “the IMDb of podcasts” Podyssey – an online community for podcast lovers (aka “the Goodreads for podcasts”) Bullhorn – podcast listening any way you want it Listen Notes – “the best podcast search engine”
We have heard that life is not about having less stress but rather becoming more resilient to stress. Yet, we are more stressed than ever, and our health is suffering. We are seeing more and more industry professionals suffering from stress and physical pain—at younger and younger ages. Why is this happening, and what can we do about it? That is why we have returning guest and wellness expert, Tim O’Brien, here today to share his expertise on what natural solutions are available to us now. Share this episode with friends and family who may not be in the industry—every person and industry is feeling similar and can benefit from today’s topic. PARTNER WITH MEET YOUR STYLIST! https://www.meetyourstylist.com OUR INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/beyondthetechnique HERE’S THE LINK TO OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP! https://www.facebook.com/groups/370912749922331 EDUCATION WE OFFER https://www.beyondthetechnique.com/salon-education-business-classes SHOP OUR SALON BUSINESS RESOURCES! https://www.beyondthetechnique.com/shop FOLLOW THE HEALTHY PLACE! Website: https://findyourhealthyplace.com Email: email@example.com PromoCode: BTTPODCAST
0362: How to Build Your Immunity, with Tim O’Brien!
Beyond The Technique Podcast
If you have done absolutely all you can to provide a safe, clean, environment, but you still worry about your health—this episode is for you. We have wellness expert Tim O’Brien here to share the foundational five wellness musts to be healthy and thrive. We are going to hear a lesson on why healthy foods and a healthy lifestyle are not enough, but we can do to overcome the toxins we’re surrounded by. Bonus! Listen to the end for a special that Tim is sharing with every listener! PARTNER WITH MEET YOUR STYLIST! https://www.meetyourstylist.com OUR INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/beyondthetechnique HERE’S THE LINK TO OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP! https://www.facebook.com/groups/370912749922331 EDUCATION WE OFFER https://www.beyondthetechnique.com/salon-education-business-classes SHOP OUR SALON BUSINESS RESOURCES! https://www.beyondthetechnique.com/shop FOLLOW THE HEALTHY PLACE! Website: https://findyourhealthyplace.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Promo Code: BTTPODCAST
Microsoft GM of AI Programs & Top AI Policy Ethicist, Tim O’Brien, Talks Ethical AI, Covid, And Building An Inclusive Enterprise Culture.
The Digital Pioneers Dialogue
Today’s dialogue is with the General Manager of AI Programs at Microsoft and leading AI policy ethicist, Tim O'brien. We discussed Gen Z’s role in augmenting responsible and ethical AI, explored ethical AI applications in the fight against coronavirus, and the importance of inclusive enterprise culture in mitigating algorithmic bias and furthering progress in artificial intellgience.
Episode 185: Tim O’Brien on Memory, Failure and his ‘Maybe Book’
The Creative Nonfiction Podcast with Brendan O'Meara
Tim O'Brien, author of Dad's Maybe Book, talks all things writing, reading and turning a maybe something into an actual something. Bay Path University's MFA in Creative Nonfiction Writing made this show possible. As did my monthly newsletter. Go get it.
What Do We Give Our Children? Tim O’Brien Contemplates Fatherhood and Writing
Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady
Tim O'Brien received the 1979 National Book Award for Going After Cacciato. Among his other books are The Things They Carried, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and a New York Times Book of the Century, and In the Lake of the Woods, winner of the James Fenimore Cooper Prize. He was awarded the Pritzker Literature Award for lifetime achievement in military writing in 2013. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices