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The Gospel Simplicity Podcast is centered around the conviction that the gospel is really good news. Here you will find conversations with Christians from various traditions as we seek to unpack the beautiful simplicity and transformative power of the gospel. Gospel Simplicity is known for ecumenical dialogue that is charitable and open to learning from people with whom you might disagree. We believe that God desires for his Church to be one, united in love for God and neighbor, and on missi ...
 
The Complicated Simplicity Podcast is a show that deals with everyday issues we all have but are sometimes afraid to share. However, the fact of the matter is most of us are going through or have gone through the same things. Instead of going at these situations alone we discuss them and take a deeper look into why we feel the way we do as it pertains to these different experiences. So as you listen feel free to laugh, cry, think hard, and reflect as we dive deep and try simplify the things ...
 
How do I get unstuck? How do I take that leap of faith to go after my dreams when they feel so distant? How can I break down my dreams into achievable, stepping-stone goals? I desire simplicity and a life without hurry, but I still want to pursue my goals. How do those two connect? Welcome to Red Hot Mindset where we take you through the fire so you can come out stronger and ready to tackle the vision God has for your life. Gabe Cox brings you thought process, productivity tips, and inspirat ...
 
Join hosts, Autumn and Bethany, as they navigate the quest for simplicity, organization, and fun. Professional organizer, Autumn, shares her trademark style of making even the trickiest organizing dilemmas feel manageable and within reach. Each episode, A to B podcast dives into the world of organizing through interviews, tips, listener questions, and monthly challenges.
 
Simplicity 2.0 is where we examine the intricate and transitory world of technology—through a Laserfiche lens. By keeping an eye on larger trends, we aim to make software that’s relevant to modern day workers, rather than build technology for technology’s sake. If what we’re saying piques your interest, head over to Laserfiche.com where you’ll see how we apply the lessons learned on Simplicity 2.0 to our own processes, products and industry.
 
We created Simplegration to help companies get their sh*t together. We are so tired of hearing from SME's that say running a business is hard work. It's the f**king 21st century and with a thing called the interwebs, it's now easier than ever to use technology to run your business properly, while you sip f**king mai tai's by the pool in the Maldives! Make your business work the way you want. Call us! You're welcome.
 
I’m Coach Ebonie, a.k.a Fit Mom Diva, an international holistic healthy lifestyle coach. Thank you so much for joining me on my healthy lifestyle podcast. I am honored to share women’s experiences and influence busy career women all around the world. My passion and mission is to help millions of modern career women get haute, fit and kick stress to create a body and lifestyle they love! Please be sure to subscribe NOW so that you're one of the first to hear about my and other ladies' secrets ...
 
Joel Zaslofsky – your community-animating, convention-challenging show host – taps into all his powerful (and often quirky) strategies in a diverse mix of conversations and solo episodes. For example, you’ll get chats with TED Talk hotshots like Andy Puddicombe on meditation, experts like Tsh Oxenreider on gratitude, humble influencers like Joshua Becker on minimalism, or Paleo superstars like Mark Sisson on Primal-living. The show has 100,000s of downloads because listeners love to deeply e ...
 
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In this episode Fr. Peter Heers shares an Orthodox perspective on Scripture, Tradition, Councils, and Authority. Keep up with Fr. Peter Heers: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/orthodoxethos Website: https://www.orthodoxethos.com Online Lectures: https://www.patreon.com/frpeterheers Publishing: https://www.uncutmountainpress.com Biographical info: h…
 
I have a question for you. What’s the first thing that you do in the morning? For many, the answer to that question - even before they head to the bathroom - is to pick up their phone that is right next to them on their nightstand. However, as soon as you reach for your cell phone and check your emails and social media, you have said no to yourself…
 
On this episode: The Complicated Simplicity Podcast returns for the first episode of 2021! Ty is back with her shenanigans. Tonie is half way vaccinated and Chris is buying guns. We recap what we did over the past week and some of the current events including the insurrection at the capitol among other things. We also have a discussion regarding ce…
 
After being asked to leave her job unexpectedly, April Nicole Scipio took a chance to turn that unforeseen obstacle into an opportunity to build a business that she loves, and today she shares just how she did it! April is a life coach for busy women. She helps women manage their time and achieve their goals. She desires to help them make time for …
 
Whose side is church history on? Can you be deep in history and remain a Protestant? In this lively discussion, Dr. Gavin Ortlund and Joe Heschmeyer square off on this important topic. Dr. Gavin Ortlund: http://www.gavinortlund.com Joe Heschmeyer: http://www.shamelesspopery.com The Cordial Catholic: https://podcast.thecordialcatholic.com/ Support G…
 
New beginnings are hard because we often feel as if that means we have to let go of the past. For Heather Chapman, new beginnings means living without her precious daughter. The courage to have new experiences, celebrate birthdays and holidays, and go on family vacations without her was more than overwhelming the first two years. You might not be a…
 
Today’s guest knows what it’s like to train with a packed schedule, and she gives great tips on how to ensure time to train in busy seasons! Suzuka Hetterich runs to clear her head, and her life motto is, “If I can’t find the answer to my problem during my long run, there won’t be an answer.” We talk more about this in the episode, and it’s gold! T…
 
Did you know that we have the power to control our thoughts? We can change our minds! It’s not easy, and it takes work - daily work - but it’s possible, rewarding, and worth it. Our minds are like computers. We need to program them because they calibrate our expectations, and our expectations calibrate how effective or successful we will be at putt…
 
As an outsider looking in, the magisterium is one of the most distinctive features of Catholicism. In this video, I talk with Michael Lofton of Reason and Theology about the Catholic magisterium, what it is, and how it works. We discuss layers of authority within the magisterium, important distinctions about magisterial authority, and perhaps most …
 
I know you probably are thinking, what’s the point in goal setting or creating a vision for the year if it can just be taken away in the blink of a moment? In light of the events of last year, are you feeling any anxieties for 2021 as you are deciding on things you’d like to accomplish, races you’d like to run, vacations you’d like to take? One thi…
 
On this episode: The Complicated Simplicity Podcast returns for another week of topics. Tyana is still away on vacation so guests Myah and Nicole fill in and join Chris and Tonie to discuss a few topics. Nicole saw a post online stating that women date men's pockets and men date women's bodies and we explore if that's a true assessment.(15:00) Also…
 
In today's episode I'm joined by Dr. Gavin Ortlund, a pastor, prolific author, and YouTuber who holds a PhD in Historical Theology. In this video we discuss an Evangelical approach to Church History, and how you can be both deep in Church History and NOT cease to be a Protestant (yes, we're looking at you Newman). I think you'll find Dr. Ortlund to…
 
On this episode: Everyone recaps their week as we head into the holidays and what they'll be doing with their $600 stimmy. Also tells us her travel plans and her solo RV/tiny house expedition. and then TOPICS! This week the team is led by Tonie as he delves into what cancelled culture is and why it is an accepted norm now not just among celebrities…
 
Welcome to the Gospel Simplicity Podcast! In this brief episode, I introduce this new project, and give thanks to those who made it possible. If you're new to Gospel Simplicity, this is a great way to learn more about what we're all about. About Gospel Simplicity: Gospel Simplicity began as a YouTube channel in a Moody Bible Institute dorm. It was …
 
On this episode: This week the pod squad is joined by a special guest...Nicole! We recap the week. Chris has done 180 on the covid vaccine, Tonie tells about us about his Baby dreams, and then Tyana leads us into our topics. What makes you difficult to deal with? When do you cut your hoes off? What's the biggest lie people tell the opposite sex? Wh…
 
My entire life I’ve been in too much of a hurry. The last couple of years have been teaching me that it’s time to slow down and focus on what is most important. I had to do a full-out evaluation of the activities and roles I was putting my time into and evaluating if they were where I needed to be. The short answer is most of them were not and that…
 
Do you feel drained by the time January 1st rolls around? Today, we are focusing on 4 quick and easy action steps you can take right now that will go a long way towards simplifying and organizing your holiday season. This is a revisited of our original Ep 30 Taking the Hectic out of the Holidays.
 
2020 Vision. That’s what this year was set up to be. A year of vision! Did you feel the same way on January 1? My word for this year was VISION. It’s crazy to think looking back it truly was a year of vision, but very different from what I saw or thought this year was going to bring. I’ll explain more about this as we go. I was reflecting on the ye…
 
On this episode: the pod squad reunites after Thanksgiving and Tyana's 30th birthday trip. After some catching up the team discusses a few topics including establishments with restrictions that seem to target black people, does a man with his stuff together have the right to act like he's the catch in the dating phase, and if flirting is cheating, …
 
Today’s guest started running in her 30s but didn’t race her first marathon until she was 58. She struggled with injury as she worked toward qualifications for the Boston Marathon, and her journey to motherhood is a huge victory story! Debbie Cohen had a 30-year career as a journalist and editor before launching a second career as a personal traine…
 
Thanksgiving is tomorrow, and even if it doesn’t look like it on the outside, we do have a lot to be thankful for. This is a short devotional or encouragement for you today. I want to share with you what I’m learning in hopes that God uses me to be a light-bearer in a dark world. Over the past few weeks, or really over the past year, have you felt …
 
We have so many things to be thankful for, don’t we? Thanksgiving brings about a time of reflection for many. Every day I write down three gratitudes to help me see the blessings in my life no matter what my life circumstances are at the time. But at Thanksgiving, I think I am even more intentional about finding things to be grateful for. This year…
 
On this episode: the team recaps their weeks which include Tyana taking care of her sick dog, Tonie celebrating Joe Biden's win and Chris doing his usual... nothing. Also we send rest in peace shoutouts to Alex Trebek and King Von before jumping into our topic of the week. This week we discuss the art of hustling/branding as opposed to just over wo…
 
It’s already November, and we’re gearing up for another Thanksgiving season. November is known to be the month of thankfulness, and I love reflecting on the blessings in my life, but I don’t think it should be exclusive to Thanksgiving time. Gratitude is a trait we should adopt in our daily lives, and today we are going to talk about why gratitude …
 
Today is going to be one of those really raw and real conversations, the ones I’ve been saying I’m shifting to. I’m learning to just let God lead and let Him use me for His ultimate purpose. I’ve been quiet about many things because I don’t like causing an uproar. I know what I believe, and, honestly, I probably have more wrong than right, but I do…
 
Figuring out how to stay sane feels appropriate right now since 2020 has called for flexibility and a lot of patience so today we are revisiting episode 25 that we recorded in 2017. So what to you do when you can't do it all? This is not forever but for now, we are prioritize our tasks at home and (gasp) ignoring the rest. Show notes can be found a…
 
On this bonus episode: The team discusses some topics around the biggest current event in the world right now...THE ELECTION.The conversation is based around the use of rappers to sway the black vote instead of the use of intellectuals or actual leaders, the potential for civil unrest, and the overall outlook on what's next? Instagram: @complicated…
 
On this episode: The pod squad recaps their weekends. What would you do if you found out your wedding band was fake? (28:00) When is it ok to reach out to your ex? (40:49) The one that got away. (58:00) Soulmates and Twin Flames (1:01:30 Women shooting their shot (1:13:30) Instagram: @complicatedsimplicitypodcast Facebook: Complicated Simplicity Po…
 
Today we’re talking about working out to avoid burnout, and I know what it’s like to be in burnout — I’ve been there, and it’s not fun! This episode is very much teaching driven with a ton of great tips and tricks to get you in sync with your physiology so you can workout at your best. Today’s guest has a multifaceted journey, and she learned that …
 
Listen on YouTube Listen on iTunes : https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-informed-simplicity-project/id1427537186 Learn more about Deliberate Practice here : https://www.dpfortherapists.com/tonyrousmaniere Contact me at InformedSimplicity@gmail.com P.S. If you enjoyed this episode check out my lecture on how to become a master therapist.…
 
Oh we poddin' now! On this week's episode the CS team recaps some of the changes that have taken place in the past 2 weeks. We tackle a few current events. The birkin bag discussion (8:55) Chris' 2 cents surrounding the Philly riots (14:00) Tyana's 2 cents about the oil spill in the Caribbean (24:15) and the #EndSARS movement (31:03). Also we get i…
 
Today’s mother runner is another 2020 Boston Marathon qualifier. She has had so much life happen to her, but one thing she has come to find is that running has made her a better wife and mother and also changed her life in many ways, including helping her battle and overcome bipolar and anxiety diagnoses she was given at a young age of 18. MaryBeth…
 
Happy Birthday to Chris, now 33 years old. Joined by Fly Ty and Pretty Tonie the Complicated Simplicity team recaps some ongoings from the past week including the Vice Presidential debate, Tory Lanez indictment, and the Lakers championship before getting to the main subject of the week. Why is it that we cannot be ok with not being ok? Whether it b…
 
What happens when you find out that what you believed for the past 14 years was almost truth, but it missed the mark by that much? If it’s almost truth, it’s not truth. Hold on tight because I’m going to get real and raw with you in this episode and share just what I’ve been wrestling with the past months and how I’ve shifted my mindset. Today I wa…
 
The CS starts off with a recap of Tyana's successful vendor event at the masked melanin market. After which we switch to a conversation about the changing beauty standards of the world and if there are actually any beauty standards at all or if we've reached a point where we create our own. Also do women wear makeup because of an insecurity or just…
 
How many times have I made excuses because I didn’t feel like it, or I don’t think I have what it takes, or maybe it just seems too hard? But God wants to use our weaknesses, our pains, our trails, and turn them into our message. Today’s guest is a perfect example of this. A flesh-eating bacteria left her in a 3-week coma, and she lost all four of …
 
In order to learn and understand you have to have tough conversations. This week is no different. In light of the recent album released by Tory Lanez, the CS team discussed the overall impact of what such an act entails. It's not about the music. It's more about the disrespect, the gaslighting, the lack of protection and the outright disregard for …
 
Straight to the point...do you think breaks can work in a relationship? That's the main topic of this week's episode. Apparently this is polarizing topic and strong opinions come from both sides. Also we discuss dutch dates, what it means to be broke and if a man can make a woman happy without money.These topics are sure to get you going and we wan…
 
Today we continue our Boston Marathon series. I'm hosting moms who qualified for the 2020 Boston Marathon, which was postponed to September and eventually canceled altogether. These women are resilient, and I'm excited to share their struggle/victory stories and why the 2020 Boston Marathon would have been their victory run. I was inspired to do th…
 
It's only when we feel free to give up hypervigilance that we can give someone our full attention. That requires us to feel safe. Contact me at InformedSimplicity@gmail.com Listen on YouTube P.S. If you enjoyed this check out my interview with Deb Dana. She's the therapist popularizing Polyvagal Theory.…
 
What does 8-10,000 feet elevation, 4,500 feet elevation gain, and 8 hours have to do with the 2020 Virtual Boston Marathon? Stay tuned to find out! ’m so glad you’re with me today because I get to share a little bit about my journey and recap a little bit about what happened this past weekend. Don't worry, I always bring mindset into these episodes…
 
After some technical difficulties last week we are back with a very interesting episode. This episode jumps around a few different topics to force the host to really express their personalities so the listeners can REALLY get to know the real us. Some of the questions we address are centered around prenups, body shaming, are you shallow, if cheatin…
 
Have you ever felt like something about you is minimizing what you can do? This something lessened your confidence and almost made you back down and quit on yourself. Maybe it’s a physical ailment, or maybe it’s a physical trait, or maybe it’s something someone said about you. Today’s guest has a pretty unique story about how growing up, having the…
 
Back to School is looking so different for so many people this year. For us, this fall starts another season of distance learning. Even though your back to school may look different from ours, we did want to share a few tips that have made our distance learning go a little smoother. We definitely don't have all the answers but here is what has help…
 
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