One Piece Episode 179
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One Piece Episode 179
I know that you guys can relate to doing this in your life, when you get a project done you're just so happy that it's done, you're so happy that you completed it, you're so glad it's turned in, in any way that that is, that sense of - hopefully you have a sense of gratitude towards yourself when you have completed something like that. I think it's an important piece of doing work for the world is also having gratitude to yourself for having done it.
What are the exact steps that are going to get you to the result that you want What are all the piece parts that have to happen in order for you to create that result You do not get to say, "I don't know". If there's a part of you that feels like you don't know how to do something, then the plan includes figuring out how to do it, and the time frame for doing that.
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules Podcast, host John Farrell is joined by Sky Stanfield, a Partner at Shute, Mihaly & Weinberger, LLP. Stanfield often represents the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) in grid modernization, interconnection, and energy storage proceedings across the United States. Farrell and Stanfield discuss how proactive grid planning and good interconnection policy can capitalize on existing distribution infrastructure for the most cost-effective clean energy transition.
This is the 179th episode of Local Energy Rules, an ILSR podcast with Energy Democracy Director John Farrell, which shares stories of communities taking on concentrated power to transform the energy system.
This time, it was different. Not long after the hijacker got access to the cockpit, shots rang out. Within moments, the copilot was dead, the pilot was badly wounded, and the hijacker had been shot, beaten, and subdued. It was the first time an American flight had been hijacked with deadly results. The injured pilot managed to turn the plane toward boston, call for help, and land the plane safely at Logan airport. This piece reveals what happened in the air and after the fateful flight landed in Boston. It also profiles everyone from the flight attendants, to the pilot and first officer, to the investigating officers, to a number of passengers.
This episode was produced and edited by Cera Baker, with original music by Patrick Kilgannon and Purple Planet Music.
In the late 70s, artist Robin Scott adopted the moniker "M" and created one of the most enduring pieces of pop art in history with his 1979 global #1 "Pop Muzik." This piece of profound simplicity wrapped in the guise of fluffy, disposable pop art took the world by storm and showed in neon what the next decade of music would sound like. As Robin continued to push the boundaries of pop music, his sound became more and more challenging and the hits never came again. But, hits are not what Robin was about. He ventured into world music, painting and anything else that tickled his fancy. Last year, he released his first album in years called Emotional DNA and it's a return to the pop music of his M days. This chat is a conversation in its truest form - we discuss the challenges of putting creativity out in the world, competing for people's attention, and staying true to yourself. Get to know the man behind the Muzik.
Welcome back to another episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast. Today I want to focus a bit on OCD treatment. I want to share with you all 8 tips that I think will really help to fast-track your OCD treatment. The first tip is to get support.
Andrea Betanzos is an ex-filmmaker, terrible drummer and audio storyteller based in New York City. She produced this piece for Atlantic Public Media through their media training program, The Transom Story Workshop.
In this episode, Kayla Dean of The Literary Co joins us to discuss how your website copy can attract or turn off your ideal clients! Listen in as she shares four mistakes in copywriting for high-end clients, along with her thoughts on DIY copy versus done for you copy!