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Every Monday morning Jeff Sanders is here to help you dominate your day before breakfast and apply the best productivity strategies for high achievers! Discover how to bounce out of bed with enthusiasm, create powerful lifelong habits, and tackle your grandest goals with extraordinary energy. The 5 AM Miracle is a practical self-improvement podcast that features interviews with authors, speakers, and highly successful people from around the world. This weekly podcast focuses on productivity, ...
 
Liz Theresa helps you launch and build online businesses they love! This weekly podcast helps entrepreneurs overcome the mental, financial, and emotional hurdles of starting or scaling a business by sharing personal stories and valuable pieces of advice from guest experts. Liz on Biz covers topics including but not limited to life, lifestyle, the choices you make, finding your purpose, personal brand advice, copy, writing professionally, copywriting, blogs, blogging, branding, going viral, c ...
 
Jordan Doll and Sam Wiles whisk you away to FIGHT ISLAND! A comedy podcast where your favorite comedians hypothesize, riff and role-play about fictional fights and the very real island where they take place. It's one part D&D, one part your new favorite road-trip game with a new topic every week. it's brutal, it's funny, it's FIGHT ISLAND!
 
Every week standup comedian / writer / notorious goofball Kevin Anderson interviews his favorite comedians and any number of Los Angeles' strangest characters or "influential experts." Learn about the LA comedy scene, the weirdos that inhabit it, the dingy dives they perform in, and the lives they lead in a riotous, mostly improvised hour-or-so session of comedy goodness.
 
If you’re feeling trapped in a job, business or your life… If you feel like you’re spinning your wheels, wasting your time, not getting anywhere… If you’re not sure you’ve found your calling in order to reach your destiny… then this podcast is for you. In this show, you’ll discover how to break through the barriers that are holding you back to discover your full potential and live the life of your dreams. You’ll hear David’s amazing transformation from being stuck in a corporate job, cripple ...
 
Open your mind to the world with New Zealand’s number one breakfast radio show. Without question, as New Zealand’s number one talk host, Mike Hosking sets the day’s agenda. The sharpest voice and mind in the business, Mike drives strong opinion, delivers the best talent, and always leaves you wanting more. The Mike Hosking Breakfast always cuts through and delivers the best daily on Newstalk ZB.
 
In this new series, Slate editor-in-chief Julia Turner will ask other women in charge about the nitty-gritty details of their work lives—what do they do every day, how do they do it, and how are things changing for women in their fields? How does Aline Brosh McKenna, the showrunner of TV’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, make personnel decisions? How does Toronto restaurateur Jen Agg grow a successful business? How does StubHub president Sukhinder Singh Cassidy make herself available to the company’s e ...
 
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What a fun Monday surprise episode for all you silly Bleaklings! Kevin apologizes for the lack of a Black Friday episode and recounts his rollercoaster of a week. Then, straight from the Bleak in Review Patreon catalogue, it's an exclusive episode of Funhinged! in which Kevin and cohost Hollis Black (@itHollisBlack) review the psychotically horny a…
 
Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.com/369 . Learn More About the Show The 5 AM Miracle Podcast . Free Productivity Resources Join The 5 AM Club! . The 5 AM Miracle Book Audiobook, Paperback, and Kindle . Connect on Social Media Facebook Group • Instagram • Twitter • LinkedIn . Episode Summary What Does it Mean to Live in the Moment? Being “present” is…
 
Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.com/369 . Learn More About the Show The 5 AM Miracle Podcast . Free Productivity Resources Join The 5 AM Club! . The 5 AM Miracle Book Audiobook, Paperback, and Kindle . Connect on Social Media Facebook Group • Instagram • Twitter • LinkedIn . Episode Summary What Does it Mean to Live in the Moment? Being “present” is…
 
What a deflating experience it was Friday reading watching listening to all those in the horticulture industry responding to the government’s 2,000 Recognised Seasonal worker decision. The manipulation I would like to think hasn’t passed most of us by. The shabby and shoddy way these farmers are being treated is really an outrage dressed up as a so…
 
A returning Kiwi has used her time in MIQ to raise 1.2 million pounds towards a new shared-bike scheme. The app, HumanForest, allows users to unlock a bike and ride for ten minutes for free, in return for ads shown in the app when it opens. It's co-founded by Caroline Seton, a Kiwi who's returning from overseas and currently crowd-funding for the c…
 
Plus... Washington Post reporter Jacqueline Alemany shares her Covid-19 experience to counter deniers; press freedom experts on recovering from the ‘fake news’ era; Oliver Darcy on Fox’s ‘propaganda’ in service of Trump. Amanda Carpenter, Jonathan Rauch, Carrie Budoff Brown, Suzanne Nossel, Joel Simon, Oliver Darcy, Jacqueline Alemany and Amanda Ma…
 
If it's true that you should leave on a high, then Tim Southee and his test-playing compatriots are getting out at the right time. The Black Caps crushed the West Indies at Bay Oval to take an unassailable lead in the three-match T20 series that finishes tonight. Southee won't be there – he's leaving along with Ross Taylor and Kyle Jamieson to prep…
 
The good news on the Royal Commission's report into the Christchurch shootings is that we get to see the detail in a bit over a week. The worrying thing is a lot of it will be suppressed for 30 years. Some of it because it makes sense to, but surely questions are going to be raised if we don’t get the answers we want. The most important thing is fo…
 
A coronial inquest into six sudden epilepsy deaths will hopefully give families the answers they need. It comes after New Zealand's drug buying agency Pharmac faced criticism for switching the brand of the drug, known as Logem, affecting 11,00 patients. Families believe the drug change was the cause of these deaths. Bella Gubay, whose child has epi…
 
Responding to importers' calls for help, Northport is talking to shipping lines about how it could ease Auckland's port imports logjam, a predicament it says highlights Northland's importance in a strong supply chain. Chairman Murray Jagger said the natural, deepwater port south of Whangarei has the capability now, and the potential for growth, to …
 
Heat records are set to be broken in Queensland this week as a severe heatwave rocks southern parts of the state. Temperatures are expected to hit the mid-40s across much of Queensland’s southern inland regions on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with Birdsville expected to reach 47C and towns such as Goondiwindi and Cunnamulla heading for a top of 4…
 
The nation's top infectious disease expert said Sunday that the U.S. may see "surge upon a surge" of the coronavirus in the weeks after Thanksgiving, and he does not expect current recommendations around social distancing to be relaxed before Christmas. Meanwhile, in a major reversal, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio said the nation's largest scho…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the timetable for a vaccination against Covid-19 in New Zealand was looking like a March date - but not everyone would get a jab at the same time. She said details of the timing would take place later in the month. "At this point, our expectation that we've been running to is more around the March date," said Arde…
 
Australian-British academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has been released from an Iranian prison after spending more than two years behind bars over allegations of espionage. “Thank you … to all of you who have supported me and campaigned for my freedom, it has meant the world to me to have you behind me throughout what has been a long and traumatic ordeal…
 
A review of Parliament's dress code is on the cards, with the Speaker taking soundings over the summer break. Earlier this week, Greens co-leader James Shaw asked Trevor Mallard if he could look into the rule that requires men to wear ties. Mallard, who first arrived at Parliament in 1984, told the House MPs can write to him individually with their…
 
The declaration of a climate change emergency next week could be a crucial move, at a crucial time. Jacinda Ardern will introduce a Government Motion on Wednesday, asking MPs to support a symbolic emergency declaration. It won't materially change any rules or regulations. But Victoria University climate change expert Adrian Macey told Mike Hosking …
 
All you need to know ahead of the All Blacks' clash against the Pumas in Newcastle The All Blacks have made three changes to their starting lineup for Saturday's Tri Nations rematch against Argentina, retaining an unchanged backline and most of the lineup which slumped to an historic loss to the Pumas two weeks ago. Akira Ioane will start on the bl…
 
With his team already facing injury issues, Black Caps coach Gary Stead is hoping this is the worst he sees of the condensed cricketing schedule. New Zealand will open their international Twenty20 series on Friday against the West Indies at Eden Park, which will be their first international match since March 13. Friday's clash marks the start of a …
 
Americans, millions of whom travelled against the advice of public health officials, tried to stay safe before they hunkered down with their families for Thanksgiving, a holiday remade by the pandemic as case numbers and death tolls rise. Lily Roberts, 19, said she got tested for COVID-19 at San Francisco International Airport before driving home t…
 
At the end of each week, Mike Hosking takes you through the big-ticket items and lets you know what he makes of it all. Housing. 8/10. "On fire for another week. Profits on sale, prices asked, auctions attended, scraps with politicians, and angst for first timers. This is the soap opera that just won't quit." Grant Robertson's Letter to Adrian Orr …
 
The Government wants out of work New Zealanders to put up their hands for seasonal summer work. It's offering unemployed Kiwis up to $200 a week for accommodation costs, and a $1000 payment for workers who complete jobs of six weeks, or longer. Minister for Social Development Carmel Sepuloni told Mike Hosking they're aiming to break down barriers t…
 
Black Friday is known to throw up a bargain, but what shoppers may not know is some product prices are increased ahead of the flash sales event: Data from price comparison website PriceSpy shows that one in 10 products typically go up in price around Black Friday. These items are typically gadgets and electronics, and the increases tend to happen a…
 
The Royal Commission's findings into the Christchurch shooting are with the appropriate Minister. First question is, when do we get to see it? The law says it should be put into the house as soon as practicable, whatever that means. But it is potentially the most critical part of the whole tragic event. Tarrant has been sentenced. So, justice, such…
 
Two thousand workers from the Pacific will come to New Zealand early next year to pick fruit for the horticulture and wine industries. Their arrival is hoped to cover a huge hole in the labour force and avert what many growers have been calling a crisis. But there are Government conditions to the deal. Employers will have to pay the workers a livin…
 
The reason, at least in part, we are back into this time consuming, tedious and ultimately fruitless scrap between business and the government over jobs and how we can’t find any locals to fill them, is because up until the government decided to change the rules, we buy and large had it sorted - and we have the numbers to prove it. In other words, …
 
Tributes to Argentina football great Diego Maradona, who died Wednesday at age 60: ___ “A very sad day for all Argentinians and for football. He leaves us, but he is not gone because Diego is eternal. I stay with all the beautiful moments I lived with him and I wanted to send my condolences to his family and friends." — Argentina and Barcelona forw…
 
So it seems if you can't buy happiness, you can subscribe to it. Gone of the days of insurance and WOF's. The Giltrap Group is today launching 'Sixt', a fresh alternative to car ownership, allowing punters to subscribe to luxury cars for six , nine or even twelve months at a time. Dan Fisher is the general manager of the Giltrap Group, he joined Mi…
 
The Wiggles have announced extra dates for their New Zealand tour in March and April next year. The We're All Fruit Salad Tour will begin in Invercargill on March 19 and finish in Wellington on April 1 – traveling to Dunedin, Christchurch, Queenstown, Tauranga, Hamilton, Auckland, Napier and Palmerston North in between. The beloved children's act w…
 
There's good news for the Ministry of Health as it prepares to integrate Apple and Google's automated contact tracing solution to its NZ Covid Tracer App. A new survey has found that more than two-third of Kiwis now believe their phone's location data - which keeps a record of all your movements, if enabled - can be used positively by government ag…
 
The British government faced fury Wednesday after ditching its long-standing target for overseas aid in the wake of what it described as the deepest recession in over three centuries. In a statement to lawmakers, Treasury chief Rishi Sunak said the target to allocate 0.7% of national income to overseas aid will be cut to 0.5%. The move is expected …
 
What is the allure of misinformation? What are the reasons why people believe lies, and what does it take to change their minds? Brian Stelter speaks with Briony Swire-Thompson, cognitive psychologist and senior research scientist at Northeastern University's Network Science Institute, for answers. Swire-Thompson shares what her research has shown …
 
The Black Caps are set to have discussions with the West Indies as to whether they will take a knee prior to their opening international Twenty20 at Eden Park. The New Zealand international cricket summer gets underway with the Caps' first match in over eight months on Friday. The huge gap in between matches has been dominated by the Covid-19 pande…
 
The finger's being pointed firmly at politicians of the past for the country's housing crisis. Finance Minister Grant Robertson has called on an important ally in the Government's attempts to tame New Zealand's wild housing market. Robertson has publicly lobbied Reserve Bank Governor Adrian Orr to do more to cool New Zealand's red-hot housing marke…
 
Six60 have called for former Prime Minister and Arts Minister Helen Clark to support their bid to play Eden Park. The band, who made history as the first local band to sell out Western Springs are eyeing being able to play a show at Eden Park, but are subject to staunch opposition from local residents - including Clark. Clark has been vocal about n…
 
Frustration from David Seymour, with talk of extending the bright line test. Finance Minister Grant Robertson has asked Treasury for advice on extending the test. It means people need to pay income tax if they sell a second property, that's owned for less than five years. The test was introduced by National in 2015, and in 2018, Labour extended the…
 
It seems, to me anyway, a remarkable thing the government doesn’t have more heat on it than it does over our lack of Covid vaccine. You could conclude it's part of the malaise that’s swept the country this year. You could conclude that the media, or at least too much of it, has either fallen asleep along with the rest of the population, or as is mo…
 
Diego Maradona, the Argentine football great who was among the best players ever and who led his country to the 1986 World Cup title, has died. He was 60. The office of Argentina's president will decree three days of national mourning because of Maradona's death today, and the Argentine football association expressed its sorrow on Twitter. Maradona…
 
There is a level of understanding and respect needed to appreciate the way things work in life, how events unfold before you and what you accept into your life, disciplines that Adam Rochon, founder and owner of the media company, Respecting the Process, has learned over the years. A Kitchener native, Rochon, 27, has lived in the city most of his l…
 
All eyes are on Georgia now, as the campaigns for both senate seats are underway to determine which party will control the US Senate. For Democrats, the starting point for winning in Georgia is the historic work of Stacey Abrams. When she ran for governor of Georgia in 2018 as the first African American and the first woman candidate, she got more v…
 
Here is the great advantage Nanaia Mahuta has over most of the rest of us: we don’t care. What she is doing in trying to change the law and prevent a democratic action in terms of Māori wards and the ability to have any sort of public say is racist. She, along with the rest of the apologists on various councils around the country who favour separat…
 
It's official, Kiwis have seen another way of living during Covid, and we're leaving the cities in droves. Infometrics has looked at the number of people re-locating to regions, and say they show people have realised there's life outside the office bubble. While New Zealander's look for a change in lifestyle, there's some positive news for New Zeal…
 
A National MP is suggesting it's undemocratic for councils to decide whether we should have Maori wards. Gisborne and Taupo this week joined the growing list of Councils in favour of introducing them, but in Northland, hundreds have signed a petition opposing them. The law allows the decision to go to a binding referendum, if five per cent of the p…
 
Medical specialists are calling for a shake up to our health system -- to take pressure off Emergency Departments. It follows revelations Middlemore Hospital was giving people hundreds of vouchers for private clinics, to deal with the number of people showing up at ED. The Association of Salaried Medical Specialists executive director Sarah Dalton …
 
As multiple states and territories adjust their travel rules or get rid of them altogether, it’s hard to keep track of where you can and can’t travel in Australia. Earlier this month Prime Minister Scott Morrison confirmed all of the nation’s borders will be open by Christmas, with the exception of Western Australia. By December 1 most of the count…
 
The New Orleans Pelicans have confirmed the signing of Kiwi NBA star Steven Adams. The NBA franchise announced the arrival of Adams who makes the move from the Oklahoma City Thunder where he was played since 2013. "Please help us welcome the two newest members of the family! Steven Adams and Eric Bledsoe". "Steven Adams and Eric Bledsoe are not onl…
 
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