BYU Sports Nation
BYU Sports Nation
Jan 23, 2021
Best of BYU Sports Nation
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Locked On Cougars - Daily Podcast On BYU Cougars Football & Basketball
Locked On Cougars - Daily Podcast On BYU Cougars Football & Basketball
Locked On Podcast Network, College Sports, College Football, College Basketball
Alex Barcello Lights Up USF & Kalani Sitake Looks Forward to a Competitive Spring Camp - February 26, 2021
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Friday, February 26, 2021: Friday on the show began with Alex Barcello after his career-high 29 points, including a program record 7-for-7 shooting beyond the arc led the BYU men's basketball program past USF. Jake Hatch shared his takeaways from the win and looked ahead to the regular season finale tomorrow night against Saint Mary's Attention then turned to football as Kalani Sitake previewed spring ball for the Cougars by explaining what he wants to see from the month-long camp, if the QB battle can be decided in March and what adjustments have been made in offseason training and the weight room The show wrapped up the week with a recap of the Thursday night's action with a bad loss for men's volleyball with an NCAA record mixed in, a nice come-from-behind win for women's basketball, and a look ahead to another busy weekend in BYU sports Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors!  Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you’ll get 20% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "LOCKEDON" for your 50% welcome bonus. Squire & Company - Squire is a Utah homegrown CPA firm with a national reach. They have all of your needs as a business owner or entrepreneur covered, so reach out to them by checking them out at www.squire.com, emailing Ray Chipman at raymondc@squire.com or calling them at 801-477-4950. Homefield Apparel - Check out the brand new run of BYU apparel that just launched from Homfield Apparel. Enjoy "repping the Y" in comfort with their ultra comfortable t-shirts and hoodies now by going to homefieldapparel.com and remember to use the promo code "LOC" for 15% off your first order. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
31 min
Leading Saints Podcast
Leading Saints Podcast
Leading Saints
Clarifying Purpose to Guide Your Calling, Work, & Family Life | An Interview with Dustin Peterson
Dustin Peterson is a leadership trainer with Proof Leadership Group and works with organizations to help develop their culture. He is also the author of “Reset: How to Get Paid and Love What You Do”, and coaches individuals to help them get unstuck in their careers. He has served in a stake presidency in Houston, Texas, and also on a high council and as an early morning seminary teacher, and currently serves as a branch president. In this interview, originally recorded as a Facebook Live session, Dustin talks about clarifying personal purpose to better lead in all areas of your life. Highlights 4:45 About Dustin and what he does as a leadership trainer and career coach 6:00 Where his passion for purpose came from 7:30 Research study: What makes you an effective leader? Identified the only commonality is a clear sense of purpose with a story to go with it 10:15 Transferring this knowledge into the gospel and the church 12:20 Most of us just want to help other people, but we need to get more specific 13:10 What purpose is: your intention to contribute to the well-being of other people 15:20 The concepts for individual and organizational purpose are the same 16:55 Purpose can be confused with goals or a mission; focusing internally is demotivational 18:00 Your purpose is Your Big Why: What drives you 18:35 To identify your purpose you first need to know three things Purpose is broad and ambitious: a big, bold statement It serves as an umbrella over everything It's what wakes us up in the morning It's what motivates us to move forward and pulls us through the hard things "Be anxiously engaged in a good cause" Example of hospital custodial staff who saw themselves as healers 29:20 Macro-purpose, micro-purpose, nano-purpose: everything I do should have purpose 32:00 Dissonance of having a strong purpose and having goals that drive you elsewhere: purpose is the unifying force 33:20 Purpose is short: 10 words or less Share it with other people Edit it down 36:15 Purpose comes from the ups and downs of your life Draw a journey map line Purpose lies in the past, not the future 39:00 Routines to keep your purpose top-of-mind: reading it out loud as an affirmation 40:30 Example of ward council/bishopric purposes: look at the evolution of the unit you are in Let it guide all your goals Let the goals then guide your agenda 44:30 When your calling seems to be outside your purpose: example of educator looking for a way to stop dreading cafeteria duty 48:15 A purpose can't be identified in isolation; we can help others by being a listening ear and by reflecting what we see from the outside 50:10 What has helped shape who I am today? Questions to ask yourself to help identify your purpose: What three people have most shaped who I am today, and why? What are three experiences that have most affected you and why? What are three interests that are most motivating and fulfilling? Imagine you could write the script for you life, knowing everything would go as well as it possibly could. What is the story you'd like to see unravel before you? What is a problem that you see in your family/church/community/city that really bothers you and you want to solve? What is a problem you see that you really want to get to the heart of, that's near and dear to who you are? 52:05 Two forces push against us when it comes to the choice to step up and lead: resistance from the adversary telling us not to grow (fear, lack of confidence, self-doubt) and the reaffirming voice of the Lord telling us to lift where you stand Links Leading with Your God-Given Talents | An Interview with Dustin Peterson Reset: How to Get Paid and Love What You Do, by Dustin Peterson https://thepurposeblueprint.com/training Email: dustin at proofleadership.com Read the TRANSCRIPT of this podcast Note: This transcript was machine-produced. We would be grateful for help correcting errors. You can help!
59 min
Come Follow Me 2021 - Doctrine and Covenants
Come Follow Me 2021 - Doctrine and Covenants
Latter-Day Media
09 Come Follow Me - Kay Godfrey "The Echo of A Beating Heart" Part 1
Please SUPPORT THESE FREE PODCASTS by donating at our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/latterdaymedia?fan_landing=true EVERY BIT HELPS!  :) 09 Come Follow Me with Joseph Smith Historian Kay Godfrey To contact Kay, email: FootstepsOfJoseph@gmail.com ~~~~~~~~~~ Come Follow Me 2021 - Doctrine & Covenants Kay takes us through Joseph Smith's Part 1 of  "The Echo of a Beating Heart" 1830-1832. QUESTIONS answered in this episode: ~Who was the 1st Convert Baptism and one of the 1st Missionaries and 1 of 8 Witnesses? ~Who was one of Joseph's greatest advocates? ~What was Parley P. Pratt's wife's name? ~Who was first called to serve a mission to the Native Americans? What was one of the 1st tribes? ~Who founded the Cambelites? ~What is the Adamic name for Kirtland? ~Who prayed Joseph Smith to visit him, even though he had never met him before?  ~~~~~~~~ Kay Godfrey is a period historian of the life of Joseph Smith.    He is a graduate of Brigham Young University.  He holds degrees in Historic Archaeology and Anthropology as well as Law Enforcement and Justice Administration. He has studied and researched the life of the Prophet Joseph Smith for over 45 years.  He has done extensive “on-site” research in New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois and Missouri.  He has spoken to the issue of the “Trials of the Prophet Joseph” at numerous symposiums in Nauvoo, Il. and Independence, Mo. He has edited books and videos for various authors on the historical accuracy of materials pertaining to Joseph Smith.  Kay serves on numerous boards and foundations such as: Ancient American Archaeology, Missouri Mormon Frontier Foundation, the Foundation for Indigenous Research and Mormonism and the Nauvoo, Illinois and Topsfield, Massachusetts Historical Societies. Kay lectures regularly to missionaries on the topic of modern-day restoration, most recently speaking to the missionaries and investigators of the New Hampshire Manchester,  Oklahoma Tulsa and Portland Oregon Missions.  He has conducted firesides from Calgary, Canada to Fort Smith, Arkansas. He has authored a comprehensive four-part presentation detailing the life of Joseph Smith.  This history is entitled: “Following the Footsteps of Joseph”.  Kay’s material has been requested by such institutions as Oberlin College Archives, (Oberlin, Ohio) to be filed with the Spaulding Manuscript documents, Brigham Young University, in celebration of the bi-centennial celebration of Joseph Smith’s birth, the Joseph Smith Memorial Site, (Sharon, Vermont) as a teaching tool for new missionary couples and the archives department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.  Kay has been conducting domestic Church History tours for Morris Murdock and Legacy Travel since 1990.  He also takes groups to Israel and European (Apostle) destinations.  He speaks Hebrew and can read Egyptian hieroglyphs.  His wife, Debra speaks French.  He has served in numerous ward and stake callings including the High Council of the Meridian South Stake, Meridian, Idaho.  Kay and his wife Debra recently served a mission to Sharon, Vermont, where they were involved in numerous historical preservation endeavors including having secured permission from Topsfield, MA, to have a monument erected in Pine Grove Cemetery as a tribute to five generations of the Topsfield Smiths.   Kay retired in 2012 after serving 35 years with the BSA.  He retired as Director of Development/Finance, Support Services and Public Relations for the Great Salt Lake Council, Boy Scouts of America.  He and his wife, Debra, live in Kaysville, Utah and are the parents of five children.  Kay is Support the show (http://www.bookofmormonevidencestreaming.com)
35 min
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