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Commuter Bible is an audio Bible reading plan to match your weekly schedule. Published Monday-Friday, major (U.S.) holidays excluded. In the course of a year, you can listen to the entire Bible. Subscribe today and get more of God's Word in your daily life. Commuter Bible uses the Christian Standard Bible translation (CSB).
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Commuter Bible NT is a work-week audio Bible reading plan to match your weekly schedule. In five days a week, Monday-Friday, you can listen to the entire New Testament over the course of a year. We even break on holidays! Subscribe today and get more of God's Word in your daily life. Part of the Commuter Bible family of podcasts, using the Christian Standard Bible translation (CSB). Learn more at www.commuterbible.org
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The Critical Care Commute Podcast is grateful for your ears, insights and feedback. In return its hosts- Peter Brindley and Leon Byker, two ICU doctors in Alberta, Canada- offer up knowledge and debate with some of the most qualified, interesting, enlightened and provocative folks in Critical Care Medicine, and beyond. We strive to keep it practical and concise. Like you, our overriding goal is to get better, do better and feel better.
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Zen Commuter

Thom Walters

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Zen Commuter is about meditation and how it can improve the quality of your life. Thom Walters speaks with acclaimed meditation teachers, authors and everyday practitioners, to help listeners understand how to start a mindfulness habit, as well as keep it going. Along the way he discusses topics that help listeners cultivate a calmer, wiser and happier life. Come join Thom Monday through Friday to deepen your meditation practice.
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Hosted by Wealth Advisor Chris Galeski, The Financial Commute is a weekly podcast that gives the rundown on what's going on in the current market, how it affects you, and what you can do about it – all designed to fit into your commute. Each week Chris welcomes an expert guest, including Morton Wealth advisors, fund managers, and investment analysts, to break down complex financial topics. Our goal for this podcast is to provide you with the tools to help you navigate this challenging enviro ...
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Welcome to the Contractor Commute, a podcast by ConGenius that you can enjoy during your drive to the job. Join us as we discuss the construction industry, small business owning, and how to be a better leader in the industry, no matter what your position is.
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Whether you are currently a digital nomad or aspiring to become one, this is the podcast for you. We talk all things remote work and travel with fascinating guests from all types of backgrounds. We talk about how to become a digital nomad, how to optimize your experience as a current digital nomad, and top travel destinations and personal experiences. We talk with guests who have traveled to nearly every corner of the planet. Get ready to be inspired to travel full-time as you chat with your ...
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Screw The Commute Podcast

Tom Antion, multimillionaire lifestyle business and work from home expert

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Get out of the car and into the money by starting and improving your lifestyle business. Multimillionaire guy next door, Tom Antion, has never had a job. He'll be doing in-depth training sessions on passive income, online businesses, entrepreneurship, and home based businesses, intermixed with interviews with successful business people who work at home.
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Commutes

Perjalanan

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In which a driver come to terms with thoughts and stuff. Less cryptically, this is a capture of audio diaries recorded while driving. Say hi: terusgimanapodcast@gmail.com
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Podcast generalista, dedicado a assuntos da atualidade e histórias que o Tio Freitas possa querer partilhar Esperem conversas sobre gaming, tech, noticias, desporto, e todo um rol de tópicos engraçados
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Qworks Commute is all about bringing you easy information regarding your community and providing you with outlets for civic engagement in ABQ and NM, all during your daily commute!
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Commuter Rail Conversations

Commuter Rail Coalition

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Commuter Rail Conversations is a new podcast series presented by the Commuter Rail Coalition. Join CRC Executive Director KellyAnne Gallagher as she interviews industry innovators, thought-leaders, and influencers. Upcoming guests include CRC founders and Board members, supporters of the coalition, and industry leadership representing all facets of commuter rail.
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Sunny Commutes

Sunny Singh

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I've been writing code and building startups for over a decade. Join me on the journey to success by learning from my failures. This podcast will show you how to build products that people love.
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A short podcast for your commute (probably recorded on my commute). Thoughts on creativity, tech, community, and whatever else comes to mind. Right now I am working through a project called #100DaysOfCoding where I am dedicating time each day to develop my knowledge and skill set around coding and web development.
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A Better Commute

Perry Barnett

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Short bits of wisdom and advice that has no other goal than to make you successful. This podcast capitalizes on downtime that everyone has daily which is their commute to and from events.
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I didn't even want to do this podcast. I did not even want to do this podcast. I'm so sick of buzzwords. But anyway, this podcast is about account based marketing, ABM. You're going to be seeing this. I just felt obligated. I should do something about it, even though to me it's just a rehash of targeted marketing is all it is. Screw The Commute Pod…
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On this week’s episode of THE FINANCIAL COMMUTE, host Chris Galeski welcomes Wealth Advisor Jon Wingent to discuss opportunities in international investing. Here are some key takeaways from their conversation: - Most investors tend to have a home country bias, allocating most of their investments toward domestic stocks and companies. - Most investo…
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Standing out in the construction industry means becoming a hero to both your team and your customers. In this episode, Ben and Kinsey continue our project management mini-series by exploring the critical role of effective communication and showcasing various tools to improve your communication skills. Whether you rely on software, a whiteboard, or …
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This is a listener requested episode! The dating world for digital nomads is very, very different than that of a "normal" life living in one location. In some ways it's better, and in other ways it can be more logistically challenging. Jeff and Marisa both have experience dating as digital nomads, and have hundreds of friends/acquaintances who have…
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Welcome to the Critical Care Commute Podcast! In this episode, we have the honor of hosting Dr. Dan Howes. Dr. Howes is a Professor in the Departments of Critical Care Medicine and Emergency Medicine. He is the founder and director of the Kingston Resuscitation Institute and initiated the first Fellowship in Resuscitation and Reanimation through th…
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The string of men who reign as king over the ten tribes of Israel continue to get worse and worse, each king being more corrupt than the last. King Ahab should be worshipping the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God who brought Israel out of Egypt, but instead he marries a Baal worshiper, turns to serve Ball himself, then builds a temple to Ba…
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Here in chapter 3 Paul poses a series of questions from an opposing party’s point of view, as if he is being challenged by someone making arguments against his position. After most of these questions, Paul will respond by saying, “Absolutely not!” and will then proceed to explain why his opponents’ proposition doesn’t hold up. The overarching theme…
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In chapter 1, Paul covered natural revelation, that is, the concept that everyone begins with an understanding that God exists because the natural world reveals it to men. Men suppress this truth in unrighteousness, and are guilty of any number of sins. Even though such is the case, Paul tells that church that they ought not concern themselves with…
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After experiencing the power and authority of the God of Israel on top of Mount Carmel, where fire fell from heaven to consume Elijah’s sacrifice, the prophet runs to Jezreel ahead of King Ahab. Upon hearing Jezebel’s threats to execute him, Elijah then flees in despair to a distant mountaintop. Later, King Ahab of Israel goes to battle with Ben-Ha…
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Saqib melds mysticism with science, drawing insights from traditions like Buddhism, Sufism, Taoism, Hinduism, Christian Mysticism, Non-Dualism, etc. Before his Awakening, he had a background in Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration. He later received training in meditation at Dharamsala's Tushita Ce…
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Even though Solomon’s life is marked by the goodness and grace of God, even though Solomon has built the Lord’s temple in Jerusalem, and even though Solomon’s wisdom is unsurpassed, his devotion to the Lord and to his statutes wanes in his latter years. Why? Because in his power and in his lavish wealth, he has accumulated hundreds of wives for him…
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Paul’s letter to the house churches of Rome is full of rich, theological truth, often presenting ideas that are both mind-boggling and comforting all at once. In today’s passage, Paul begins to present his case for a righteousness that comes by faith. He begins by explaining that the world rejects God because they love their unrighteous behavior mo…
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Emma Rowena is a musician, performer, intuitive reader, healer, meditation guide, and emerging social entrepreneur, helping people find peace, purpose, and healing in their lives. Meditation Coaching Schedule Time with Thom (Complimentary consultation) Links from the Episode: www.emmarowena.no Become a Super-Fan of the Show Support ZEN commuter and…
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Today I want to introduce you to a very good friend of mine, Pierre Motor. He is the go-to guy for all things productivity. As a coach he instructs his students in a host of ways how to become their ultimate focused self. And while it isn’t his main secret weapon, meditation has aided him in his journey and those of his clients for many years. Medi…
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In our last episode, Paul boasted about his works in order to show the church at Corinth that if boasting were a contest, he would win against his so-called competition, the super-apostles. In the end, however, he concluded that it was better to boast of his weaknesses. He continues where he left off, telling the church that the Lord gave him a “th…
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Today’s reading contains the second-longest chapter in all of Scripture, which is 1 Kings chapter 8, and it’s long for a great reason: King Solomon gets excited and is full of prayer and praise as he conducts the first worship gathering at the Lord’s temple. Though the tabernacle existed before the temple, this is the first permanent structure buil…
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Today, I'm going to talk about your favorite subject. Preparing for a speech or presentation. I know a lot of you hate it out there, but I got to tell you, if you can overcome that problem of being nervous about it and everything, oh my goodness, it can open up worlds of money for you and prestige and travel and oh, I mean just all kinds of great s…
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Most of the times when I speak to my Mom, I keep the lessons to myself. Mainly, because the value they hold is more personal than communal. But today, I had a talk with my Mom that may be beneficial for all people to hear. Come Listen. It’s a short one. :0) Meditation Coaching Schedule Time with Thom (Complimentary consultation) Become a Super-Fan …
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As mentioned in previous episodes, the church at Corinth has been influenced by false teachers whom Paul calls “super-apostles.” They came to town with eloquent speeches, self-exaltation, pedigrees of varying kinds, and, unsurprisingly, requests for money. Paul is jealous for the church at Corinth as a husband would be jealous for his bride. He doe…
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As always, the Lord God makes good on His promises, and Solomon flourishes under the Lord’s lavish provision. Blessed with peace on every side and abundant wealth, Solomon does not kick back and take it easy; instead, he sets His mind on things above and gets to work. Knowing that the Lord had promised David a son who would come from his family and…
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Ooh, Google is watching you. Their eyes are on you. So we're going to talk about that today. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 892 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars See Tom's Stu…
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In earlier sections of 2 Corinthians, we read about the distress the church experienced when Paul came to them with confidence and authority in addressing the sins of one of Corinth’s church members. Today, he assures them that his boldness comes from a desire to demolish arguments, not people. There are some in the church who say that Paul isn’t a…
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With King David on his death bed, the royal family knows that the time to transfer power is drawing near. David’s oldest son, Adonijah, gains support for himself from well-known leaders like Joab and Abiathar, calling Judah together for a feast to celebrate his bid for kingship. Nathan the prophet catches word, and teams up with Bathsheba to alert …
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Today, Paul commends the churches of Macedonia who have sacrificially given to support the work of ministry. Our ultimate example in sacrificial love and giving is Christ Himself, who became poor so that we might become rich. Paul also praises the work of Titus, whose life displays this kind of loving sacrifice as is evident in his devotion to the …
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Paul catches word from fellow workers in the Gospel that the church at Colossae is wrestling with some false teaching that had entered their church. While the heresy is not fully identified, we gather that it had an inferior view of Christ, involved worship of angels and asceticism, and promoted man-made traditions. Paul directs their hearts and mi…
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Today, I'm going to do a book report or a more maybe call it a book review. And the book I'm going to talk about, I don't know any marketers, high level marketers, that haven't read this book multiple times. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 891 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing …
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The reality of ministry is that it is filled with joys and sorrows, highs and lows, glory and dishonor. Paul highlights suffering for the gospel, which seems pointless to those who don’t know the treasure of Christ, but worthwhile to those who know the joy of our Savior. Joy and affliction seem like an impossible pairing, but Paul reminds the Corin…
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Now that the account of King David has essentially come to a close, the author recording the account looks back on David’s life to record some of the events that happened during David’s lifetime that were not included in the chronological story line. These accounts include the execution of members of Saul’s family, battles against the giant descend…
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Many people meditate to relax and minimize stress. And of course, that is a great reason. As we all know, there are several benefits to meditating. Today I talk about the less common ones. Come listen. Meditation Coaching Schedule Time with Thom (Complimentary consultation) Links from the Episode: Visit Heroic Productivity and sign up for an amazin…
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On this week’s episode of THE FINANCIAL COMMUTE, host Chris Galeski welcomes Wealth Advisor Jenn Caruso to discuss recent financial headlines. Here are some key takeaways from their conversation: - The Dow Jones and NASDAQ have reached new highs; however, clients and consumers feel nervous. - Clients often react emotionally to investment performanc…
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On our last episode we followed the trajectory of David’s son Absalom, a handsome young man who had won the hearts of Israel by deception, telling those who came to King David that the king had no time for them. Absalom devises a coup to overthrow David, but his father catches wind of his plot and flees before he arrives. Today, David’s men prepare…
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Paul longs to live his life in a way makes the truth of the gospel clear to all. Unbelievers cannot see the gospel clearly because the god of this age, that is Satan, has made their minds blind. The same God who pronounced “Let light shine out of darkness,” must also shine into the hearts of men so that might see and believe. Our frail and humble b…
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For Beach Commute's anniversary, they are launching a new product called the Anywhere Atlas. It's an extensive database of the very best, full-remote companies that give you permission to work from anywhere. The database was curated over three years of manually investigating tens of thousands of companies' employee feedback, company culture, fully-…
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Today, we're going to go over nine ways to get people to give you money. How about that? And listen to this on one of the ways I would never do it in a million years. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 890 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Hig…
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After killing his brother at a family dinner, Absalom fled to another country, and was only brought back after Joab convinced David to do so by way of a theatric analogy. Today, Absalom begins a plan to win the hearts of the people and turn Israel against his father, the king. Learning of this impending insurrection, David flees Jerusalem with all …
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Judging from Paul’s words of concern in today’s reading, it seems that he had a painful visit with the church at Corinth and wrote a letter after that visit. There seems to be a reference to the act of church discipline and the restoration of a repentant sinner into the fold of the church. As we get further into the book of 2 Corinthians, we’ll dis…
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Guess what we're talking about again? QR codes, okay? Because something just came up where you can do a lot more with them that I even realized. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 889 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Higher Education Webinar …
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Paul’s second letter to the church in Corinth begins with a reminder that God is a God of comfort. He comforts his people who are under affliction, and even when one experiences comfort, the end goal is that the comforted person might comfort others. Paul makes it clear that has, in fact, endured a great affliction in Asia, one so terrible that he …
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When we last left King David, he had slept with another man’s wife, and when it came to light that she was pregnant, he designed a conspiracy to kill Uriah in order to cover up his own adultery. Today Nathan comes to David with a word from the Lord. Because of his sin, the Lord says that he will take David’s wives and give them to another before al…
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