From Latvia With Love With Kristaps Andrejsons

A Native and Resident of Riga, Latvia Kristaps Andrejsons combines passion for his country, politics and history guide both his podcast, The Eastern Border and his everyday life.  Despite growing up on the other side of the Cold War his life experiences have led him to appreciate both sides and come to understand the universal truth that underneath the politics, language, culture and the rest lie people who much more the same than different.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Down but Not Out with Rob Decker

What would you do if in a moment of weakness you allowed a lifetime of buried negative emotions and an act of ultimate betrayal to overwhelm you so much that you felt the only way out was through a third story window but by the Grace of God you got a second chance?  Rob Decker has an answer to that question and has been living a life dedicated to his faith, family, friends and serving others since that moment.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter 

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Failure To Act Is with Wally Carmichael

Wally Carmichael is a father, husband, Career Combat Medic for the US Army, Entrepreneur and podcaster.  Wally saw the need in his community to help men coupled with the realization that he did not have to wait to meet some economic or professional goal to make an impact on it.  His life was full of abundance now…right now!  And the key was to get men to realize it as well.

You can find links to Men of Abundance below:

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We also were contacted and asked to promote Podbean’s App with the promise to help promote our podcast on their network.  While we don’t currently host with them we’re aware of the great work they do in the podcasting community, have friends that successfully host through them and have personally used their app to listen to podcasts.  If you are considering a host and/or an app for podcasting we highly recommend you consider them!  You can also find this podcast on their site as well!  The image below takes you to our podcast on their site and below that is a link to their app.

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Click HERE for a link to their app available on iTunes and Google Play.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Fatherhood with Brandon Handley

Friend and fellow podcaster Brandon Handley accepts the invite to come to the table and have a discussion around one of the oldest and most important topics in the history of man:  Fatherhood.  His own personal journey has taken his commitment to it beyond the walls of his own home and into a successful business and podcast focused on helping his fellow man become a better father.

You can find links to Fatherhood For the Rest of Us below:

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We also were contacted and asked to promote Podbean’s App with the promise to help promote our podcast on their network.  While we don’t currently host with them we’re aware of the great work they do in the podcasting community, have friends that successfully host through them and have personally used their app to listen to podcasts.  If you are considering a host and/or an app for podcasting we highly recommend you consider them!  You can also find this podcast on their site as well!  The image below takes you to our podcast on their site and below that is a link to their app.

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Click HERE for a link to their app available on iTunes and Google Play.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

IKIGAI with Jon Aguilar

While the episode was recorded quite awhile ago our new direction of leaving the episode raw and uncut starts with our conversation with Jon Aguilar.  Few conversations and topics have resonated with me as much as this one.  Jon is an amazing person who represents the best of us and what it means to evolve as a person.  He posted an article on the Mixed Mental Arts Group page about the demoralization of Western Culture on people and the resulting psycho-spiritual crisis.  There’s a link to the article here.  Beyond the typical rhetoric of complaining about these things and simply whining about things that are wrong Jon has dedicated his life to doing something about it.  He’s found that in discovering passion, purpose and prosperity in his profession of dry stone and dedication to bringing the benefits of it to his fellow man he and those around him are flourishing.   IKIGAI is a Japanese concept that means “a reason for being” and is the basis for what he does.

The artwork for this episode is not simply a nice visual it is actually a project Jon and his team built.  There is no mortar in the joints of the image you see above and every single piece is made to fit with the others.  It’s a modern day masterpiece of not only art but function.  Find numerous pictures of Jon’s work now and keeping up with his company’s efforts HERE on Instagram.

Jon is the husband of Jenni Aguilar who we had on our podcast a few weeks ago discussing our primal brain.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

A New Direction

I love doing this podcast!  However, it is a passion project and in just a few minutes I explain the new direction we are going in regards to having conversations and publishing them.

We aren’t going anywhere but a few things have to change for this to continue.  We hope you will stick with us during this transition.

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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Delayed Impact with Rio Richards

At the age of sixteen while snowboarding Rio Richards suffered a traumatic brain injury that like most accidents was quickly treated and addressed.  However, from the outside the true trauma could not be seen like a black eye or broken bone.  After an overnight stay in the hospital she went home unaware of the mental struggles she would endure for years to come.  The answer to the question of what she had to do to help herself is not what you think.

Rio co-hosts The Primal Brain Podcast along with last weeks guest Jenni Aguilar!  Their one two punch of experience and knowledge is easily accessible.  We are huge fans and highly recommend it!

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

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A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

The Primal Brain with Jenni Aguilar

Jenni Aguilar didn’t set out to be an expert on the brain but a series of life events coupled with an authentic “Mama Bear” approach to her children provided medium for a personal and professional pursuit to understanding this wonderful organ of the body.  Her natural and disciplined approach to learning and teaching make the conversation fluid, enjoyable and easy to understand…like having a loving and caring Mother talk to you about things you didn’t know.

Jenni is also the co-host of The Primal Brain Podcast with Rio Richards!  This podcast dives into all things “Brain” and gives the listeners easy, digestible nuggets of information and experiences they can easily understand and apply to their lives.  We are huge fans and highly recommend it!

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

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A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Baby She’s A Firework with Melissa Monte

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

You can find different mediums to find, listen and subscribe to the The Come to the Table Podcast by clicking here.

Melissa Monte embodies resilience and the attitude needed to both face suffering and overcome it. She honestly talks about the many experiences such as sexual abuse, eating disorders and the loss of loved ones that have the capacity to cripple people. However, Melissa pushes back and uses them as stepping stones to being a light in this world.

She also hosts a podcast called Mind Love which is excellent and worth your time!

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Tools of the Trade with Adam Hansen

Love in action is listening to understand, not to react.

Friend and fellow MMA’er Adam Hansen accepts an invite to the table to discuss his passion and profession…stimulating innovation and progress by overcoming our inherent bias’.  We felt this was both appropriate and needed to equip those who listen with as many tools and resources as we could to maximize their journey and experiences.

Adam host’s his own podcast Outsmart Your Instincts where he and his fellow coworkers with great detail and focus go through the bias’ we have, how they impact us and why we should overcome them.  Adam also published a book around it which you can find on Amazon here.  He’s also been a guest on the Mixed Mental Arts Podcast.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

You can also like our Facebook Page  and join our Facebook Group.  

As well as follow us on Instagram & Twitter

A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Anti-Semitism & The Holocaust with David HaLevy

Host Sean McCoy asked last week’s guest David HaLevy to stay a little longer at the table and have another discussion around Anti-Semitism & The Holocaust (the genocide that occurred during World War 2).

A special thanks to the musical talent of David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our new show intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

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During the episode David mentions Helene Shiver who he met and heard speak about her experience as a survivor of Dachau.  Below is a YouTube Video of her speaking to a Middle School in Muleshoe, Texas as she did often the last 10 years of her life.

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

The Life & Times of a Jewish Unicorn

 Jewish carpenter and self proclaimed unicorn David HaLevy takes a break from woodworking and hosting The Jew & Gentile Podcast  to accept host Sean McCoy’s invitation to come to the table to talk about things such as his belief in Jesus Christ as the Messiah, why Texas is the best state ever but not what he had for lunch.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Where’s the Beef with Clay Conry

Host Sean McCoy welcomes Clay Conry, Cattle Rancher, Pastor, Dad, South Dakotan and host of the Working Cows Podcast to the Table.  So much is said around beef, how it’s raised, harvested and what’s in it that we decided to get it straight from the horse’s…we mean cow’s mouth!

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Let Them Eat Cake Part 2 with Mark Fiorello

Host Sean McCoy along with his step-brother Mark Fiorello continue their conversation from last episode around homosexuality.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Reflection #2 with Doug Robinson

Host Sean McCoy invites his friend and Pastor Doug Robinson to reflect on the conversations with Hunter Maats, Jim Burgoon, Chris Cappello, Hayden Bruce and Alex Stein.

Given the special episode last week the reflection episode is a little late being released.  Two episodes, Eli’s and Mark’s (Part 1), have been dropped but won’t be covered in this episode.  From now on to offset the abundance of episodes our reflection episodes will be dropped on Thursday’s.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Let Them Eat Cake Part 1 with Mark Fiorello

Mark Fiorello, step-brother of host Sean McCoy, accepts the invitation to Come to the Table and talk about his sexuality.  Mark is married to his husband John and was one of the first people our host wanted to reach out to and have a discussion with around a topic that is volatile, divisive and stirs passion in people regardless of their spiritual beliefs.

In the episode host Sean McCoy refers to an incident that occurred in Ohio when a transgender teen committed suicide over the struggle of both acceptance and understanding around their situation.  In it a name was not recalled but it’s on his heart to acknowledge the name and story.  We recognize the name Leelah Acorn in the same spirit of the article about the story linked here.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

You can find us, listen and subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Sound Cloud, iHeart Radio and Cast Box.

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Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

Click below to hear an audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

Let’s Get Real with Eli Sirota

In May of 2019 we were contact and asked to share the link below to article about potential methods to control binge eating by Glenn Livingtston, Ph.D. The content and three potentially easy steps to address this issue was very intriguing. We encourage anyone to read it and potentially draw education or inspiration from the article.

Click HERE to read the article.

A Special Bonus Episode being dropped this week!

Friend and fellow Podcaster, Eli Sirota, comes to the table to talk about his personal struggle with an eating disorder, anorexia. February 26th to March 4th is National Eating Disorder Awareness week and he felt a special calling to offer his story to anyone who would listen. He also wanted it to go out to the world during the same week. So, we invited him to the table and are dropping a special episode to join him in the fight. Please listen and share this conversation with the hope that it will reach someone who is in need or could be the hands for those that need help. God Bless those who are and have suffered along with the family, friends and professionals that battle it everyday.

If you or someone you know needs to reach out to an organization around Eating Disorders please click here to talk to The National Eating Disorder Association or you can call them 1-800-931-2237.  There are numerous organizations and associations that can help as well.  We highly encourage anyone in and around this issue to take that courageous first step to get help.  You are loved!

Eli’s podcast is called The Not So Crazy Podcast of Blizzard the Wizard and Eli.  It’s a great podcast for those of us that love comic books!

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

Click below to here a short 43 second audiogram from the episode and hear a tidbit from the conversation.

People Are Strange When with Alex Stein

Friend and fellow Podcaster Alex Stein, host of the Tell Me Who You Are Podcast, accepts Sean McCoy’s invitation to Come to the Table to talk about interacting with people.  It is one of the most basic aspects of life but dealing with people can be one of the most difficult things we encounter…especially with those who are different.  However, with patience, kindness and a will to get past our insecurities we most often find out we have more in common with people than things we do not.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

You can listen to the podcast episode below through our YouTube Channel or find it on any of the mediums listed and hyperlinked below.  Just click on the one you like to use to listen and subscribe!

Evolution of Faith with Hayden Bruce

Friend and fellow Podcaster Alex Stein, host of the Tell Me Who You Are Podcast, accepts Sean McCoy’s invitation to Come to the Table to talk about interacting with people.  It is one of the most basic aspects of life but dealing with people can be one of the most difficult things we encounter…especially with those are different.  However, with patience, kindness and a will to get past our insecurities we most often find out we have more in common with people that things we do not.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

Please contact us at sean@thecometothetablepodcast.com for any and all feedback, comments, show suggestions and the like. 

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Sound & Vision with Chris Cappello

One of my best friends, Chris Cappello, accepts the invitation to come to the table and talk about music.  Music is seen by many as food for the soul but it can also be a point of contention in society when the expression is not well received.

We are very anxious to hear YOUR feedback at our first jump into this and want to hear the good and bad so we can keep doing the right things correctly and correct the things we are not.

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Thanks to http://www.pond5.com as that is where we purchased the license for our music.

You can listen to the podcast episode below through our YouTube Channel or find it on any of the mediums listed and hyperlinked below.  Just click on the one you like to use to listen and subscribe!