The trading week ended on a sour note for technology, sending the indexes lower. Adding to the stress was a sharp selloff in cryptocurrencies, erasing most of the week's gains. I'll break down these headlines and much more starting at 2pm PST today Grab a drink and join us! #trading #Investing#SocialMedia #bitcoin #Cryptocurrency Contact TraderMerlin: Email – TraderMerlin@gmail.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13930555/ Twitter: TraderMerlin - https://twitter.com/TraderMerlin IG: TraderMerlin - https://www.instagram.com/tradermerlin/ FB: TraderMerlin - https://www.facebook.com/TraderMerlin Live Daily Show: - https://www.youtube.com/TraderMerlin Trading Applications used: TastyWorks, CliK, TradeStation, TradingView
In this episode of The Knowledge by Wahoo Coach Neal Henderson and Dr. Jinger Gottschall get you pumped up and discuss how you can properly add strength training to your endurance plan. Reduce the risk of injury, add flexibility, and get rid of the fear of looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger by adding strength workouts to your plan. Neal and Jinger tell you how to properly incorporate SYSTM strength workouts into your routine without overdoing it. Want to become a better endurance athlete? Listen to the next episode of The Knowlege by Wahoo! Learn more:https://blog.wahoofitness.com/importance-strength-training-age/Try the SYSTM Training App free for 14 days.https://www.wahoofitness.com/systm/getting-started
Thanks for tuning in to the Data Driven Strength Podcast! If you'd like to sign up to our email list, please visit the bottom section of our website via this link: https://www.data-drivenstrength.com If you'd like to submit a question for a future episode please follow the link provided: https://forms.gle/c5aCswfCq6XUDTiAA Link to Individualized Programming + Self Coaching Toolkit Product Page: https://www.data-drivenstrength.com/individualized-programming Timestamps: 01:11 Favorite exercises that bias the shortened or lengthened position of each muscle group 08:15 Proactively adding sets for hypertrophy 28:30 How to modify a strength phase in a caloric deficit and Nutritional Periodization Follow us on Instagram at: @datadrivenstrength @zac.datadrivenstrength @josh.datadrivenstrength @jake.datadrivenstrength @drake.eserhaut
Whether you are hurting at running back, wide receiver, or tight end, Kevin Scott (@kevinscottff) covers some players you should consider adding to your rosters before the week starts. Some players might be coming off the bye, and coaches might decide to incorporate them more, others might be returning from injury, and others are stashes in case the player in front of them gets injured. Grabbing players before they become expensive waiver adds is crucial to winning, so give this one a listen. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/grindingthedata/support
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Improve Your Gut and Fertility Health by Adding Variety to Your Diet Do you realize that your fertility issues reflect your body's general health issues? “It's really important to focus on all the amazing foods that are out there that you're not eating and bring that into your diet.” In this episode of the Finding Fertility podcast, I explain how improving your diet by adding a variety of foods can improve your fertility health. I also explain the importance of your mental and emotional health in addition to your diet to see your desired results in your fertility health. “Being detoxified is the key to a successful pregnancy for all those who don't have physiological issues.” Listen in to hear stories of other women who have improved their gut health and shifted their fertility health tremendously. Topics Discussed:
Adding real value and delivering it to customers will always result in an abundant exchange. In this Expert Insight Interview, we welcome Yusef Alexander, author of Deal by Deal: A Practical Guide to Real Estate Investing.
The fastener world is running at a different pace as supply issues and ongoing consolidation impact the industry. Meanwhile, questionable policy trends add further uncertainty and pressure to the mix. Fortunately, emerging technologies such as additive manufacturing offer hope of new opportunities to forward thinking companies, as Achim Grenner of the Wurth Additive Group explains (22:56). Adding their observations to the dialogue, Tough Mudder team mates Jake “Valdez” Davis, John “Cool Hand” Butler, and Jill Lewis react to the changing business environment (1:34:40). On the Fastener News Report, Mike McNulty welcomes AIS president Nick Ruetz to discuss the resilience of the newest FDI reading (53:23). Also, Industrial Distribution editor Mike Hockett presents a summary of the shake ups in this year's Big 50 list (1:11:57). Carmen Vertullo discusses a critical but touchy aspect related to nuts, on the Fastener Training Minute (1:25:08). BONUS: IFE manager Morgan Wilson addresses the carpet controversy after the Vegas show (2:32:00). Brian and Eric are willing to consider almost any proposal, but decide against putting grasshoppers on the menu. Run time: 02:38:08
Dr. Erin Elliott is on the podcast! Dr. Elliott is an absolute pro in the sleep apnea world, and in this episode she and Kiera discuss comprehensive dentistry and how to best introduce new skills and treatments into an office. When it comes to teaching your team about a new treatment, Dr. Elliott recommends the following: Find people's strengths and match tasks with those strengths Avoid micromanaging Remove people who don't fit Being overwhelmed when incorporating a new treatment is fairly common, so Dr. Elliott and Kiera also discuss how to avoid the craziness. Learn how long it'll take to incorporate the new treatment, what team champions are, and ideal third-party medical billing companies. Episode resources: Learn more about Dr. Elliott Take Dr. Elliott's sleep apnea course Reach out to Kiera Subscribe to The Dental A-Team podcast Become Dental A-Team Platinum! Review the podcast on iTunes
Below are the topics covered in today's listener calls mini-episode (with timestamps). For instructions on submitting your own questions, go to calnewport.com/podcast.DEEP DIVE: Smartphones and moral panics. [3:43]LISTENER CALLS: - Scheduling when you've fallen behind. [12:29] - Squandering autonomy. [18:06] - Hacking habits and the shortcomings of raw discipline. [26:11] - Tenure and valuable skills. [31:38] - Adding more to your plate without it tipping over. [36:24] - Frustration and the Deep Life (and an update on my next book). [42:41]Thanks to Jay Kerstens for the intro music and Mark Miles for mastering.
Adding a cutting garden to your landscape will mean fresh-cut flowers for you to enjoy and also an abundance of pollinators and other beneficial insects in your vegetable garden. To explain why vegetables love flowers and how to start a cutting garden, my guest this week is flower farmer and author Lisa Mason Ziegler. With Lisa's tips, you'll be ready to grow flowers confidently in no time.
Collaboration is key - how do you add it to your applications? Carl and Richard talk to Rickard Hansson about Weavy and their API for adding audio, video, and text to your application. Rickard talks about collaboration with context - making sure you can bring together the right people at the right time to get work done. The conversation also turns to various other approaches to collaboration, and making the distinction between business-to-consumer and business-to-business interactions. But when collaboration is done right, the productivity boost is huge!
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Colin gives his take on the Ben Simmons mess in Philly and why the NFL doesn't have as many divas (3:00). Then, Bucs Head Coach and Super Bowl champ Bruce Arians and Colin discuss the similarities and differences between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning (8:00), how Brady changed the team culture (10:00), how winning the Super Bowl has changed his life (11:00), what he considers a fire-able offense for his staff (15:00), why he was on board with adding the controversial Antonio Brown (16:00), the reason he and GM Jason Licht work so well together (24:00), what Patrick Mahomes did during his pre-draft work out that blew Bruce away (27:00), and why he decided to un-retire and get back into coaching (32:00). Make sure you subscribe NOW! Also, follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Colin gives his take on the Ben Simmons mess in Philly and why the NFL doesn't have as many divas (3:00). Then, Bucs Head Coach and Super Bowl champ Bruce Arians and Colin discuss the similarities and differences between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning (8:00), how Brady changed the team culture (10:00), how winning the Super Bowl has changed his life (11:00), what he considers a fire-able offense for his staff (15:00), why he was on board with adding the controversial Antonio Brown (16:00), the reason he and GM Jason Licht work so well together (24:00), what Patrick Mahomes did during his pre-draft work out that blew Bruce away (27:00), and why he decided to un-retire and get back into coaching (32:00). Make sure you subscribe NOW! Also, follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter for the latest content and updates and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. Adding a baby to a family can happen many different ways. A few ways we've been hearing about more recently is through the use of egg donors and surrogates. Joining us today to share more about the process of becoming an egg donor or a surrogate is Eloise Drane. Eloise and I chatted about the process of becoming an egg donor or a surrogate, some of the challenges of finding egg donors and surrogates, and some of the common misconceptions related to surrogacy and egg donation. Resources Visit our Amazon Store for all the books mentioned on the podcast! https://www.fertilityforcoloredgirls.org https://cadefoundation.org Where to Find Eloise https://familyinceptions.com Instagram: @eloisedrane @familyinceptions Twitter: @familyinception Stay Connected Is there a topic you'd like covered on the podcast? Submit it at therapyforblackgirls.com/mailbox. If you're looking for a therapist in your area, check out the directory at https://www.therapyforblackgirls.com/directory. Take the info from the podcast to the next level by joining us in the Therapy for Black Girls Sister Circle community.therapyforblackgirls.com Grab your copy of our guided affirmation and other TBG Merch at therapyforblackgirls.com/shop. The hashtag for the podcast is #TBGinSession. Make sure to follow us on social media: Twitter: @therapy4bgirls Instagram: @therapyforblackgirls Facebook: @therapyforblackgirls Our Production Team Executive Producers: Dennison Bradford & Maya Cole Producer: Cindy Okereke Assistant Producer: Ellice Ellis Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
There's got to be a way to make more money this year without working longer hours, right? Lamar Tyler, the founder and CEO of Traffic, Sales, and Profit, the premier community for purpose-driven African American entrepreneurs, says yes, there is a way. In this episode, host Ralph Burns chats with Lamar about his secrets to success. Lamar quit his corporate job in 2007 and started a blog to promote and equip marriages in the African American community. It took off and became a huge business and community and then Lamar developed a second brand for entrepreneurs. Listen in as Lamar shares his successful entrepreneurial journey, including tips for building community, creating culture, leveraging paid traffic, and attracting ideal customers. And don't forget to DM a screenshot of your honest review of the Perpetual Traffic podcast to Ralph on Twitter for a chance to win recordings of T&C 2021 ($300 value). IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN: Tips for getting in front of people and getting the head nod factor How to create great content that speaks directly to your customers' pain points How/why to stabilize your first brand before developing the next one Core fundamentals of marketing that work across all industries LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: DM your review of Perpetual Traffic to @ralphhb on Twitter to win T&C recordings Traffic, Sales, and Profit Lamar on IG Lamar's Facebook Lamar's Book OUR PARTNERS: Get a FREE 14-day test drive with Sendlane Join us for Scalable Impact Live in Austin, TX on November 2-3, 2021. Get Zero Down (Roland Frasier's new book) FREE. Find out your Leadership Trust Score at Ready to Lead. Register for our free Founders Board workshop Thanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Perpetual Traffic? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!
This week on the podcast, Spooktober continues as we add Resident Evil 4 to the Endless List of Video Games. Our 2nd Resident Evil game on the list, and one of the best games of its generation, Resident Evil 4 brought back Leon S Kennedy in an adventure to rural Spain. He must save the President's daughter from a brutal cult. The game is known for innovating in the third person shooter genre and reinventing the Resident Evil series. Where did it land on our Endless List? Find out on the podcast or check out the complete list on our medium page.
Cary Jack is a lifestyle entrepreneur, author, podcast host, professional actor/model, biohacker, eco-warrior, and philanthropist striving to make a positive impact on this planet. A tri-lingual college student-athlete graduate, he earned a degree in Interdisciplinary Communications, majoring in Marketing and Advertising and minoring in Business. His passions include traveling, martial arts, soccer, entrepreneurship and selflessly giving. Cary Jack is the founder of The Happy Hustle, whose mission is to educate, inspire, and entertain, while reminding you to enjoy the journey, not just the destination, as you Happy Hustle for a life of passion and purpose. From successful entrepreneurs to spiritual masters, Cary Jack interviews an array of powerful guests on The Happy Hustle Podcast to help you transform your dreams into a reality. Through courses, events, and content, Cary Jack instills more balance and fulfilment in your life while putting the Happy back in your Hustle! He is eternally grateful for each beautiful day and moment alive. Consistent persistency, the law of attraction, and positive energy are among the three pillars he lives by. Adding value to others and always being unapologetically himself are his daily priorities. Cary leads life with a pure heart and endless ambition. Humble by nature, ferocious with determination, he will impact the world by inspiring others and creating positive global change. Join us at Growth Now Summit LIVE! Tickets on Sale Now! Grab Yours Today Want to podcast or take your podcast to the next level. Purchase the Purpose Driven Podcaster Masterclass!
In the latest episode of Hospitality Hangout podcast, Michael Schatzberg “The Restaurant Guy” and Jimmy Frischling “The Finance Guy” chat with Clayton Wood, Chief Executive Officer at Picnic, to explore solutions for solving labor shortages and automation in food preparation. Wood says when asked to share about himself, “So my background I'm a mechanical engineer by training, I've worked in a bunch of industries including Aerospace renewable energy agriculture, robotics and after a series of startups, Picnic is really where I want to be.” He adds, “you know Picnic is a combination of my passions, robotics creating new businesses and really helping customers be more successful.” Picnic is very focused on our customers and that's why it exists, says Wood. He explains that Picnic is not building technology for technology's sake and that they really want to help customers, knowing everybody in food service needs help these days.Wood says, Picnic is the intersection of how you can apply technology in a way that improves customers' operations that helps them be more successful. In Addition, they are really focused on food service, the jobs are hard, and Picnic is here to make it easier for the workers. When asked to share more about Picnic, Wood says they are in food preparation automation and there are not too many companies in this space. Adding that Picnic started with pizza, it is one of the most popular foods on the planet and they are discovering that restaurants are having a hard time finding workers. To hear about how Picnic is transforming the world of food preparation to automation innovation, check out this episode of Hospitality Hangout. Click here for more recovery and relief information for restaurant, hospitality and food service operators.This syndicated content is brought to you by Branded Strategic Hospitality.
Ellen R. Wald, Ph.D.2:21 PM (0 minutes ago)to me, EllenCrazy' Bets on $200 Oil Invade the Options Markethttps://www.wsj.com/articles/crazy-bets-on-200-oil-invade-the-options-market-11634463002- Will WTI go over $100 per barrel- Options don't mean that traders actually think that oil will go to that high but the best indicate directional movesEnergy Crisis Prompts Asia to Turn to USA for Oilhttps://www.rigzone.com/news/wire/energy_crisis_prompts_asia_to_turn_to_usa_for_oil-18-oct-2021-166745-article- Asian buyers are buying more US sour crude cargoes for delivery in November and December- Mostly because WTI is trading at a $3 discount to BrentWill $80 Oil Open Shale's Spigots?https://www.energyintel.com/0000017c-85a2-d141-a17c-a5fad5170000- What if US rig count suddenly increases? Will that change OPEC's calculus?- If Permian increases, U.S. natural gas production will increase too.Coast guard: California oil pipeline may have been dragged by cargo shiphttps://news.yahoo.com/coast-guard-california-oil-pipeline-191111477.html- Is there anything that can't be blamed on container ships and the global supply chain?https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/576600-how-utilities-could-offset-the-coming-winters-record-high-energy?rl=1Dr. Dean Foreman from API Energy- highest gasoline prices since 2014!- highest natural gas prices since 2008!- domestic markets are relatively well supplied but Europe and Asian markets are short- D-E-I indicator: tracks roughly with the year on year change in industrial production. Still positive, signalling that the broader economy in US should continue to grow though there were some manufacturing indicators in U.S. that indicate industry beginning to slow.- Will energy prices start to weigh on economic growth? Not seeing this in the D-E-I indicator but there are some concerns over this, especially with Fed policy.- Oil prices have risen but there's no shortage. With gas, there is a shortage in Europe and Asia. Spot cargoes going for many times the average.- Some drilling response in U.S. Adding 7-10 rigs/week. Drilling picking up in lag. Is that enough to meet EIA predictions? According to EIA, US needs to add 1.8 million bpd to hit $60-$70 per barrel. - Cost escalation in oil industry is significant. That is going to make break-even prices increase a lot. Supply chain issues, tariffs on steel and other materials, labor shortages.- Hard to catch up to lack of investment. In Q2 only saw about $37 billion in investment. Compare to $68 billion at same point in 2019. Only half of what we saw during Great Recession adjusted for inflation. Capital projects down $110 billion year on year.- If you pile on policy from Biden admin saying that they want half of all US electricity to come from solar by 2030 how do you get funding for a multibillion dollar natural gas drilling project in Pennsylvania approved?- Highest for the month of September of NGL production! Economic decision to take NGLs out of natural gas. - Illinois has the second lowest stores on record as of last EIA report. - US has pretty much maximized output of LNG for the terminals we have. - 20.6 million bpd of petroleum demand in US - record high for September.- Refined products exports lowest since May 2020: why? Some issues due to Hurricane Ida but also US trending to become net petroleum importer as opposed to exporter. Broader trend over last 6-7 months is that US is back to net importer.
Ivan Barratt is a 20 year veteran of the real estate industry and currently serves as founder and CEO of The BAM Companies. Ivan is a multifamily owner, fund manager, and syndicator who specializes in large apartment communities in the Midwest. Since 2015, he has raised nearly $100 million in equity, acquired well over 4,000 units, and grown The BAM Companies to a best-in-class, three-time Inc5000, private equity, and management firm. Here's some of the topics we covered: Adding value to class A properties Best of times, Worst of times Alternatives to Agency Debt Impact of inflation Demand for suburban garden apartments What to look for in a tertiary market History repeats Deflation vs Inflation The dis-inflation of technology The power of coaching and masterminding The value of an executive assistant “What got you here, won't get you there” To find out more about partnering or investing in a multifamily deal: Text Partner to 72345 or email Partner@RodKhleif.com For more information on our guest, please visit: http://thebamcompanies.com
Enjoy this REVING The Word podcast/workout with Alisa Keeton, the founder of Revelation Wellness®. Push Play the next time you go for a walk, run, hike, bike or anytime you are moving your body. Each podcast leads you through a coached workout while speaking God's word over you and is supported by inspirational and uplifting music. Sign up for REVWELLTV Today! Our FREE faith-based fitness on demand. Join The Official Revelation Wellness Facebook community page. Playlist: Sail ON - Ryn Weaver (3:47) Reijo - West & Zander (4:48) Back to Life - Sunday Service Choir ( 3:19) So Real (Warriors) (feat. Jess Glynne) - Too Many Zooz & KDA (2:50) What Only You Can Do - Misty Edwards (6:11) I Believe (Live) - Bethel Music, Jonathan David Helser & Melissa Helser (7:36) Now Here (feat. Kierra Sheard) - Red Rocks Worship (5:38) Miracle In The Works - Bryan & Katie Torwalt (5:07) Faithful Now - Vertical Worship (3:55)
Adding from the profane to the holy - specifically in the realm of time. Specifically, adding to the sabbatical year on both sides, before and after. A biblical verses teaches to cease plowing in advance, and refrain from harvesting afterwards, according to R. Akiva. [What's What: Apparent biblical repetition teaching new details] In this case, Rabbi Akiva and Rabbi Yishmael learn different halakhic details from the same verse. R. Yishmael learns the "extending the holy time into the profane" from the fast of Yom Kippur, which begins a little earlier than the absolute start-time of Yom Kippur. And which is derived from a biblical verse. Also, on the Jubilee year - when slaves go free, and the shofar is sounded... How much is in the hands of the court? Is the shofar what is required? What does this liberty mean? The sages take different approaches, but the real issue is about biblical interpretation, and less because of an underlying difference of approach with regard to the Jubilee itself. Also, the question of what happens in the Diaspora depending on the Jubilee in the Land of Israel.
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One of my biggest productivity secrets is clean rest. Clean rest is resting without feeling guilty. Adding clean rest to your calendar is one of the 10 steps of Power Planning for good reason… It creates room for ideas and clarity It reduces the desire to procrastinate (especially revenge bedtime procrastination) It brings the joy and fun back into your business It means there's less time for busywork and productive procrastination It makes it easier to feel courageous and confident It's normal to feel resistant to clean rest, even when you know it's good for you. In this episode I'm sharing how to overcome your resistance to resting, what activities count as clean rest and more. In This Episode You'll Learn: What clean rest is and why you might feel resistant to it How much clean rest to add to your week What to do if you don't feel like you have enough time to rest How to tell whether something is clean rest or sneaky productivity Featured In The Episode: Join the PGSD waitlist - samlaurabrown.com/pgsd Sign up for FREE daily Perfectionist Power-Ups - https://samlaurabrown.com/power Follow me on Instagram @perfectionismproject Episode 101: How To Rest Without Guilt
In episode #1888, Neil and Eric talk about an obscenely simple way to boost time on site by 25 percent. We discuss how to use video and audio content to add value to your blog posts, whether it's footage you've created or content from a relevant creator. Tune in today! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:25] Today's topic: An Obscenely Simple Way to Boost Time On-Site 25 percent. [00:30] Adding videos and audio to your blog post has a significant impact on time spent on site. [00:47] You can either use your own video content or use relevant videos from another content creator. [02:11] That's it for today! [03:24] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information or call us on 310-349-3785! Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Subscribe to our premium podcast (with tons of goodies!): https://www.marketingschool.io/pro Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Neilpatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu
This Podcast Is Episode Number 441, And It's About Four Things To Consider Before Expanding Your Service Offerings If you're looking to grow your construction business, you might consider expanding your service offerings. Adding additional services is an excellent way to increase your profitability, diversify your income and expand your market. But there are essential things to consider before adding to your income streams. First things first - find the money. If you don't have savings earmarked to fund your ideas, you'll want to make sure your "scaling my construction business" plan includes adequate financial planning. Applying to a lender for a business loan is one option. In this case, you'll want to include up-to-date cash flow reports, income statements, budgets, and projections in your plan for a potential lender. If your construction business doesn't have a credit history, you may need to look at other options for financing your plans. Using a business credit card regularly and paying off the balance can help you build a good credit rating, which will help you prepare to apply for a loan down the road. Here are four important things to keep in mind when you consider adding to your services. 1. Does the expansion complement your company? The best way to expand your service offerings is to add value that complements the work you're already doing and is attractive to your current client base. While it takes more effort to bring new customers in, adding something that your existing clients need and that you already have the capacity for is an efficient way to increase your profits. If you already offer lawn maintenance, find out what other yard work your clients need done, for example. It might be reasonably simple for you to provide those services to your clients, and they'd probably be happy for you to do it rather than hiring someone new. 2. Is your profitability consistently high? Spending money to hire new people and buy more equipment if your business isn't consistently profitable is risky. It might be tempting if you make much money in one year to jump into offering a new service, but hold back until you've got a couple of years of high profits behind you. That allows you to save money to cover the increased expenses and ensure that the one year wasn't an anomaly. Invest in your business, but expand your services when your profits are consistently up, not when you've had one outstanding period. 3. Is there a potential partnership or merger that makes sense? There are times when forming a partnership or otherwise merging businesses makes sense. Is there someone out there who works in a similar capacity that you could work well with? Maybe they are excellent in their field but need help running a business. Explore a partnership or a buy-out. For example, if you offer Residential Home (Builder) consulting and you know someone who provides relocation services, you might form a partnership so the new company can provide both customized help and relocation services. That can lead to new clients for both you and your new partner. Keep in mind, joint ventures are a bit like change orders. They can be an incredible opportunity to make or lose much money very quickly. 4. Are you doing it for the right reasons? There are many good reasons to add new services, but there are also reasons to increase your risks. Competition, for example. While competition can drive innovation, it's not the only reason to add a new service—and doing so just to beat your competitors can lead to mistakes being made and money being lost. Rushing to expand is when companies find themselves in trouble for adding services there's no market for or without a fully-formed plan. Final thoughts For your construction company to survive and thrive in any economy, you must pick a niche market and develop your Strategic Business Process Management System (BPM) with definitely written goals of what you want to accomplish and how much money you want to earn from it. Your construction accountant can help provide additional financial advice and support as you update your business plan based on your most current financial records. Expanding your business is exciting, but it's important to consider some issues before committing your time, energy, and financial resources. If you're adding new services, do so because it makes sense, you're in a financial position to do so, your clients want it, and you have the capacity for it. About The Author: Sharie DeHart, QPA, is the co-founder of Business Consulting And Accounting in Lynnwood, Washington. She is the leading expert in managing outsourced construction bookkeeping and accounting services companies and cash management accounting for small construction companies across the USA. She encourages Contractors and Construction Company Owners to stay current on their tax obligations and offers insights on how to manage the remaining cash flow to operate and grow their construction company sales and profits so they can put more money in the bank. Call 1-800-361-1770 or email@example.com
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Explaining the energy behind a crazy continuous improvement goal...cutting podcast duration to 10 minutes from 15. Adding a second Disney story. This is second "warmup" episode before an official "If Disney Ran Your Life" episode. Biggest risk is setting not setting bar high enough. Recorded sitting next to Swiftcurrent Glacier, August 2020.
Choosing curtains isn't as easy as heading to the nearest store and picking the ones that are on sale. Where do you hang them? How high? How low? What rod is the best fit for your window and why should I even put curtains up in the first place? In today's episode we break it all down: 1. How to choose the right rod. 2. What is a finial and why it's so important. 3. How do I know which style of curtain to choose? 4. The length of the curtain really does matter and tips for extending the length without breaking the bank. 5. How to make sure your curtains are helping to create a cohesive look in your home and not acting like bullies. It's a lot...this episode. So, grab a notebook, a pen and a beverage. Get comfy and let's dive in! Links mentioned in show: Website:>> figandfarmathome.com Free Gift (5 home secrets):>> bit.ly/5homesecrets
Have you ever wondered what food has to do with inflammation? Listen in on Fresh Focus Dietitians with fellow Dietitian and Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner Nancy White to find out answers surrounding fighting inflammation with food. Chronic inflammation causes our body to stop functioning in a healthy way. This can lead to the development of chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes. Chronic inflammation can also worsen pain levels and have a negative impact on nearly every body system. What we eat has the power to reduce that inflammation with antioxidants, vitamins, omega 3 fatty acids, and other nutrients. Building an anti-inflammatory nutrition plan is simple when following the plate method. · Fill up half of the plate with non-starchy vegetables such as leafy greens, Brussels sprouts and carrots, or red peppers. Remember to include all the colors throughout the week in the vegetable category. You can add spinach and mushrooms to an omelet, grill peppers and onions on kabob sticks, or munch on carrots and celery as a snack. Fruits are also anti-inflammatory foods. With fruit we want to keep our portions small at meals and snacks. Consider adding berries to oatmeal or yogurt, dipping apples in peanut butter for a snack, or enjoy frozen grapes after dinner. Be wary of fruit juice or smoothies with added sugars. · Fill up one-fourth of our plate with carbohydrate items such as sweet potatoes, quinoa or wild rice, or black beans will provide anti-inflammatory nutrients. Keep portion control in mind for your starchy foods but don't avoid them completely. · Fill up the other one-fourth of our plate with protein. Fatty fish such as salmon or sardines or plant-based proteins such as lentils or edamame are the best anti-inflammatory options. You can include smaller amounts of lean animal protein throughout the week as well. · Don't forget to include anti-inflammatory fats. Cooking with extra virgin olive oil is a great way to get started. Adding avocado to a variety of dishes such as sandwiches, burrito bowls, and soup is another way to increase healthy fats. Nuts and seeds make great snacks and toppings to salads or cereal. Following these anti-inflammatory nutrition tips can help you feel better and obtain health improvements. You can consider adding one new anti-inflammatory food a week to get started. Remember its about progress not perfection when it comes to eating healthy.
Are you a homeowner wanting to access your home equity without getting into more debt? We've got the answer for you! Tune in as Matthew Sullivan shares how Home Equity Agreements work, as well as a story about flipping houses that proves that it's not all sunshine and palm trees in real estate. Key takeaways to listen for Who these Home Equity Agreements are for What can go wrong when flipping houses Is the unlocking equity process similar to a reverse mortgage? About Matthew Sullivan Matthew is the CEO and Founder of QuantmRE, a company that solves a real problem for homeowners by helping them access a portion of their home equity without taking on more debt. Matthew and his team have helped over a hundred homeowners use their home equity to pay off expensive credit cards, remodel their home, pay college tuition fees, or diversify into other investments, all without taking on extra debt. Matthew has a proven track record in real estate innovation through his experiences as Co-Founder of the Secured Real Estate Income Strategies Fund, and as President and Founder of Crowdventure.com, a real estate crowdfunding company. Connect with Matthew Website: www.quantmre.com Twitter: @quantmre LinkedIn: Matthew Sullivan Facebook: Quantm RE E-mail: email@example.com Connect with Leigh Please subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or in the Podcasts App on your phone, and never miss a beat from Leigh by visiting https://leighbrown.com. DM Leigh Brown on Instagram or on Twitter or any social networks by clicking here. Subscribe to Leigh's other podcast Real Estate From The Rooftops! Sponsor If you're tired of doing real estate alone, enroll in Leigh Brown University and be sure to use your special “CSIRE” discount code at checkout for $10 off your subscription.
Economic research has shown that among Americans, Latinos spend the most, but save and invest the least as demographic. Beatriz Acevedo has set out to change that. During the pandemic, she co-founded SUMA Wealth with the mission of helping close the Latino wealth gap via youth-focused, pop culture–inspired financial content and fintech tools. In this episode, Beatriz sits down with her friend, Alice Rodriguez, head of community impact at JPMorgan Chase & Co., to discuss the venture, her motivation, and her goals. Motivation from her border roots Beatriz describes herself as “a very proud border girl, an immigrant entrepreneur.” Born to parents who lived in San Diego but purposefully moved across the border for their daughter to be born a Mexican citizen, Beatriz describes her father as “the classic Latino man who came from absolutely nothing.” A proponent of hard work and education, he became an attorney and started a philanthropic foundation 30 years ago. “Every cent he made in his career, he put it back into the foundation for educational opportunities for our community,” she notes. Beatriz shared that her parents' work and philanthropic focus profoundly shaped her motivations. “I've always felt like I am one of those Latina outliers that was able to have opportunities from a young age,” she tells Alice. “It doesn't mean I didn't work hard for them, but we know in our community, there are so many deserving Latinos and Latinas that worked so hard and are still not given the opportunities, whether it's capital, whether it's boards, whether it's advancement on a job. So I want to spend as much time as I possibly can every day opening as many doors as I possibly can for my community.” Ethos of a brand Alice describes how the demographic discrepancies in the economic impact of the pandemic inspired her to move forward with SUMA Wealth. Alice was an established philanthropist and a leader in digital media and brings a focus on the Latino point of view to multiple mainstream entertainment platforms, but she recognized that Latinos were being hit the hardest by both health and economic measures during the pandemic. “We had the least amount of emergency savings [and] were not equipped for something like this to happen in our families,” she says. Beatriz knew she could help reverse that trend. Despite the fact that her background was in media, entertainment and marketing—not finance—she co-founded SUMA Wealth at the height of the pandemic. Knowing that younger Latinos are the fastest-growing demographic spurred Beatriz to focus SUMA on them. “These are U.S.-born kids who are English dominant, consume the content in English, but they're still untrustworthy of certain financial institutions because they just don't know, they want to learn more, and they want to have that trust,” she explains. “And I thought, now's a really incredible opportunity to build a brand and a community that really speaks to them in culture, more than in language.” Beatriz explains that with SUMA, her goal is to empower the Latino community by building trust around tools and services that are already available to them. Adding the in-culture media context ensured its success: In its first ten months, SUMA surpassed all of its growth metrics. Looking ahead One key message that Beatriz strives to share with the Latino community is that when it comes to improving your finances or financial literacy, it's never too early and it's never too late. “A big goal that we have at SUMA is to really empower our community with so many tools and services that are already available to them, but to have the trust,” she says. “And I think doing it through the youth, through the millennials, through the gen Z's and the families and the communities, is a really smart way to do it because they are the big influencers and an ROI through one of them is never one-to-one, it's always one-to-many. So I think that's how we need to think about really scaling this information into our community.” This month SUMA is launching a free financial check-up tool where people can track how they are doing on saving, paying off debt, investing, and other financial indicators. “I would love to see that growth in our community of feeling comfortable, not just being the biggest spenders,” she tells Alice. “I would love to change that data from the biggest spenders to the biggest savers and investors. I would feel incredibly satisfied with that as part of my legacy.”
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Today on the train we're switching up gears a bit. Tonight we are discussing British Columbia's foot problems. Did you know that the most common foot problem in British Columbia and actually the world is athlete's foot? Well it's true! The feet are made of up 26 bones each, making them one of the most intricate areas of the body. Nevertheless, according to the College of Podiatry, a person will walk an estimated 150,000 miles in their lifetime, roughly the equivalent of walking around the world six times. Improper footwear, diabetes, and aging are some of the chief contributors to foot problems. Bunions are another of the biggest four problems. Bunions are abnormalities of the feet that cause a bump to develop on the large toe joint. This can cause the big toe to turn slightly inward. Doctors call bunions “hallux valgus.” Women are more likely to have bunions due to increased pressures from narrow footwear. Wait...I think I got the wrong notes… What are we talking about? Oh… Shit… Yes, the British Columbia foot problem… Sorry, it had nothing so with actual foot problems. If you know it's… It is much stranger and a bit more macabre than bunions… Maybe… Bunions are gross. So the British Columbia foot problem… What exactly is it? Well when most people go to the beach they are on the lookout for cool shells, maybe some crabs or other animals, good looking ladies and gents, but on the shores of the Salish sea, in the Pacific northwest, people are on the lookout for something else… Human feet. Yep… Human feet. On August 20, 2007, a 12-year-old girl spotted a lone blue-and-white running shoe—a men's size 12—on a beach of British Columbia's Jedediah Island. She looked inside, and found a sock. She looked inside the sock, and found a foot. That in and of itself, while kinda gross, isn't necessarily a really strange thing. But Six days later on nearby Gabriola Island, a Vancouver couple enjoying a seaside hike came across a black-and-white Reebok. Inside it was another decomposing foot. It, too, was a men's size 12. The two feet clearly didn't belong to the same person; not only were the shoes themselves different, but they both contained right feet. Police were stunned. “Two being found in such a short period of time is quite suspicious,” Garry Cox of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police told the Vancouver Sun. “Finding one foot is like a million to one odds, but to find two is crazy. I've heard of dancers with two left feet, but come on.” So now we've got something weird going on right… Well maybe but let's not jump the gun….ok let's jump the gun. In the following year, 2008, five more feet were found on the shores of the islands of British Columbia in the Salish Sea. Needless to say people started freaking out. Speculation came from everyone. Ranging from plane crashes and ship wrecks to serial killers, to aliens. Moody thinks it was all people who pissed off sasquatch. All in all as of January 1st 2019, 21 feet have been found in total. So what is going on up there? Well let's take a look at the first and see if that helps. The ass says before the first four was found in Augusta 2007. According to an article on the Vancouver Sun, a girl visiting from Washington picked up a size 12 Adidas shoe and opened the sock to find a man's right foot. What a vacation! They ended up finding out that The remains were those of a missing man suffering from depression. There's not much known about the man other than that. The family never revealed much. Within a week, on August 26, 2007, another foot was found. A man's right foot, discovered by a couple, also disarticulated due to decay. It was waterlogged and appeared to have been taken ashore by an animal. It probably floated ashore from the south. According to the Vancouver Sun again. This foot was found in a size 12 Reebok shoe. It was obviously a different person due to the site you're and the fact it was another right foot. February 8, 2008, number 3 popped up. It was another right foot belonging to a man. This time on a size 11 Nike. May 22, 2008 number 4. This time it was a woman's foot that was found. And yes we're 4 for 4 on the right feet. CBS news reported The fourth foot was discovered on an island in the Fraser Delta between Richmond and Delta, British Columbia. It was also wearing a sock and sneaker. the shoe was a new balance. It is thought to have washed down the Fraser River, having nothing to do with the ones found in the Gulf Islands. According to our friends at the Vancouver sun. June 16th, 2008 two hikers came across number five. CBS news reported that it was a man's left foot. It was found floating in the water in Delta. According to cbs, It has been confirmed that the left foot found on June 16 on Westham Island and the right foot found February 8 on Valdes Island belonged to the same man. We have a match!!! So number 3 and number 5 are a match! Number six showed up on August 1, 2008. This was the first one not found in British Columbia, it was found near Pysht, Washington. According to CTV news, it was confirmed that the foot was human. Police say the large black-top, size 11 athletic shoe for a right foot contains bones and flesh.The RCMP and Clallam County Sheriff's Department agreed on August 5 that the foot could have been carried south from Canadian waters. November 11, 2008, number 7. a A shoe that was found floating in the Fraser River in Richmond.The shoe was described as a small New Balance running shoe, possibly a woman's shoe. New balance eh? Sound familiar? A woman's new balance. Well it should because the foot was linked via DNA testing to foot number 4. They belonged to the same woman. Eventually it would be known that this woman jumped from the Pattullo Bridge in New Westminster in April 2004. This one was seemingly a suicide. Number 8 come on down, your the next contestant on Who's Foot Is This! October 27, 2009A right foot in a size 8½ Nike running shoe on a beach in Richmond. The remains were identified as a Vancouver-area man who was reported missing in January 2008. The Vancouver Sun gave us this info… shocker we know. Number 9. A woman's or child's right foot was found on Whidbey island on August 27 2010, without a shoe or sock. This foot was determined to have been in the water for two months. Detective Ed Wallace of the Island County Sheriff's Office released a statement saying the foot would be tested for DNA. However, there was no match found in the national DNA database. Guess where we got this info from...WRONG… CBS news.. Hahaha got ya bitches! On December 5th 2010 we reach#10. Ten fucking feet found.. only two matching pairs. This was another one found outside, but near British Columbia. It was found in the tidal flats in Tacoma Washington. Sadly this one likely belonged to a young boy. The boot was a boys size 6 hiking boot. Thanks Vancouver Sun. Hey Vancouver Sun any info on number 11? Oh you do? Well let's hear it. On August 30, 2011, in a man's size 9 running shoe. It was a blue and white shoe. It was found floating next to the Plaza of Nations marina, attached to the lower leg bones. Yuck. Investigators said that there wasn't any sign of foul play though and the leg was naturally disarticulated due to decomposition in the water. The sex of this victim was not determined. Hey guys, guess what, there's more.. Shall we press on? November 4, 2011 number 12 is found. A man's right foot inside a size 12 hiking boot was discovered by a group of campers in a pool of fresh water at Sasamat Lake near Port Moody. Fucking Moody. A year later this foot was identified by the B.C. Coroner's Service as that of Stefan Zahorujko, a local fisherman who went missing in 1987. Again foul play was not expected as chickens are generally not able to remove the feet of humans. Lucky number 13, well not so lucky in this case. This one brings us back to the states. Lake Union in Seattle to be more specific. Human leg bone and foot in a black plastic bag under the Ship Canal Bridge. As of January 2, 2012, the medical examiner had not found a cause of death or identified the body. This one sounds nice and shady. Also where the fuck were you on this one Vancouver Sun, we had to get this info from the Seattle times.. Jeeze. Anyway, back to Vancouver. January 26, 2012 number 14 is found. According to, of course, the Vancouver Sun, On January 26, 2012, the remains of "what appears to be human bones inside a boot" were found in the sand along the water line at the dog park near the Maritime Museum at the foot of Arbutus Street, in Vancouver. This one doesn't show up in some of the stories about this issue only because it seems that they never confirmed it was human. At least not that we could find, which is strange. But… Whatever. According to fox news "Adding to one of the great mysteries of the Pacific Northwest, a human foot still in a tennis shoe was found near Seattle's Pier 86 Tuesday." Tuesday was may 6 2014, and this was number 15. "It could be debris from Japan. It could be debris from the airplane that had crashed into the water. I wouldn't be surprised,” resident Karen Klett said. Volunteers cleaning up trash made the discovery and immediately called police.A local expert on tides told Q13 Fox News the feet could be local or they could come into the Sound by way of the Strait of Georgia in Canada or the Strait of Juan de Fuca here at home. The New Balance model 622 athletic shoe was white with blue trim, size men's 10½. It was A left foot. Ladies, do you remember your sweet sixteen? Was it memorable? Did you get a car? Big party? Severed foot? Wait… What? Well number 16 was found February 7, 2016. Hikers on Botanical Beach, near Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island, found a foot in a sock and running shoe. We could not find any information on if this one was ever identified. She's only 17...SEVENTEEN! Only five days after number 26 was found… Number 17 popped up. On February 12, 2016 A foot washed up near Port Renfrew on Vancouver Island. This foot was found to match the one that washed up 5 days before. Now to number 18. Almost there folks! The discovery was made by a man walking his dogs along the beach at around 8 a.m. along the Jordan river again on Vancouver Island. One of the dogs found the foot. Number 19 was found May 6, 2018 on gabriola Island in British Columbia. Around noon, a man walking along the shore near South Road found a foot inside a hiking boot stuck in a logjam. Number 20. September 20, 2018. The foot was found within a light grey Nike Free RN shoe on the shore near the 30th Street beach access point in West Vancouver. The size 9.5 shoe was manufactured between February 1 and April 17, 2017, and has a white base and a black Nike swoosh. The foot was in a blue sock. The test revealed that the foot belonged to a male. The B.C. Coroners Service's identification specialist believes that the foot belonged to a man under the age of 50, based on its bone structure. According to the West Vancouver Police Department, there is no evidence of a death from foul play at this point. DNA testing would eventually link this to a male who went missing in 2018. Number 21 was another one that was found in the US. January 1, 2019 it was found on jetty Island in Everett Washington. The foot was found in a bit and DNA later linked it to Antonio Neill. At the time of the identification officials shockingly attenuated that Neill was presumed dead. His mother Jenny Neill believes someone harmed her son. “We are no closer to finding what happened to him,” she said Tuesday. “We have had a lot of leads that are just rumors. We feel that someone is responsible for this, and we need help finding whoever did this.” He'd been staying in his car or on couches in 2016. Around the time he went missing, his car was stolen. Antonio was 22 when he went missing. His mother has seen no evidence confirming he was alive after December 2016. Ok so those are the feet that have been found. We will post a picture that shows locations, and another with a little more info on the people they may have belonged to. Many of the get have been linked to missing people, and a couple to suicide. But aside from those suicides, what happened to those linked to missing people. Theories range far and wide. From plane crashes, to human trafficking, aliens, and yes… Bigfoot. One early suggestion was the quadra Island plane crash. The locations each of the first give feet were found in the first year seems to indicate they were from the similar sources (via body decomposition) and the time of discovery Oceanographists determined no known currents could have contributed to the spread. Detectives at the time had theorized the feet came from the 5 person fatality Quadra Island plane crash that occurred approximately 60–90 miles northwest in 2005 . The image below shows the locations of the five feet found in 2007–2008 with the location of the Quadra Island plane crash in Blue. It is likely that some of the feet originate from this plane crash, but there is no proof to date that this is the case; four bodies remain unrecovered. At first, the Quadra Island plane crash makes sense regarding the origin of said feet, but later DNA testing showed one of the feet was female, with the plane crash victims (5 total) were all men. Other theorists believe the coastline is being used as a body dump for organized crime activity; a third scenario is a serial killer is at work. In the past few years, more than 20 men in the Vancouver area have gone missing. Their disappearances have never been accounted for despite pleas from families for information. There is a faction of the public who believe that many of these discoveries are due to alien abduction and that of course the fact is being covered up. There may be some evidence to back up this claim! Ufology Research, an organization in Canada, has collected and analyzed Canadian UFO report data since 1989. Their 2017 survey showed that a total of 1,101 sightings were reported across the country, at a rate of roughly three per day — the fifth highest number since the group began collecting data in 1989. The survey also showed that there was an average of two witnesses per UFO sighting and that the sightings lasted about 15 minutes each. Many witnesses were police officers, pilots and other people with keen observational skills. In 2017 British Columbia had the third most reported UFO sightings in Canada. Hmmm maybe… Just maybe there's something to this. Then again maybe not. 10 out of the 15 feet have been identified as belonging to people who died either accidentally—by falling off a boat or being swept away by a large wave—or by suicide. but what about the rest? The location of the feet washing up isn't that that strange actually. Given the tidal currents of the area it actually makes sense that the feet are collecting in the area. It's seems the bigger mystery is what happened to all of those other people but identified? ….. …… …... 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Twins, synchronicity, science, anomalies, and dark mysteries. Support the show Merch, book Music by Kevin MacLeod Read the full script. Reach out and touch Moxie on FB, Twit, the 'Gram or email. In 1940, a pair of twin boys, only three weeks old, were put up for adoption in Ohio. Separate families adopted each boy and coincidentally named both James, calling them Jim for short. They grew up never knowing anything about one another, but their lives were bizarrely similar. They each had a dog named Toy and in elementary school, each both was good at math, showed talent in woodshop, but struggled with spelling. But it was as they moved into adulthood that coincidences really started to pile up. My name... If one is good, two must be better, so today we were talking about twin on the first of a pair of twin episodes. Let's start with a quick review. Fraternal twins occur when two eggs are separately fertilized. They are genetically distinct, basically regular siblings that happened to be conceived at the same time. Or not. There's a rare circumstance called superfetation, where a woman ovulates while already pregnant and the second egg also gets fertilized. Multiple eggs being released during ovulation can sometimes result in heteropaternal superfecundation, meaning the eggs were fertilized by different men's sperm, creating fraternal twins with different fathers. Identical twins occur when a fertilized egg splits, creating two zygotes with the same cells. The splitting ovum usually produces identical twins, but if the split comes after about a week of development, it can result in mirror-image twins. Conjoined twins, what we used to call Siamese twins, can result from eggs that split most of the way, but not complete. Twins account for 1.5% of all pregnancies or 3% of the population. The rate of twinning has risen 50% in the last 20 years. Several factors can make having twins more likely, such as fertility therapy, advanced age, heredity, number of previous pregnancies, and race, with African women have the highest incidence of twins, while Asian women have the lowest. Twins have always been of great interest to scientists. There's simply no better way to test variable vs control than to have two people with identical DNA. Identical twins share all of their genes, while fraternal twins only share 50%. If a trait is more common among identical twins than fraternal twins, it suggests genetic factors are at work. "Twins studies are the only real way of doing natural experiments in humans," says Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology at Kings College, London. "By studying twins, you can learn a great deal about what makes us tick, what makes us different, and particularly the roles of nature versus nature that you just can't get any other way.” NASA was presented with a unique opportunity in the Kelly brothers, identical twins Scott, a current astronaut, and Mark, a retired astronaut. As part of the "Year in Space" project, which would see Scott spend 340 on the ISS, the brothers provided blood, saliva, and urine samples, as well as undergoing a battery of physical and psychological tests designed to study the effects of long-duration spaceflight on the human body. According to Dr Spector, twin studies are currently underway in over 100 countries. Working with data and biological samples in the TwinsUK Registry, Spector's team has found more than 600 published papers showing a clear genetic basis for common diseases like osteoarthritis, cataracts and even back pain. "When I started in this field, it was thought that only 'sexy' diseases [such as cancer] were genetic," Spector says. "Our findings changed that perception." Back on our side of the pond, the Michigan State University Twin Registry was founded in 2001 to study genetic and environmental influences on a wide range of psychiatric and medical disorders. One of their more surprising findings is that many eating disorders such as anorexia may not be wholly to blame on societal pressured by may actually have a genetic component to them. "Because of twins studies,” says co-director Kelly Klump, “we now know that genes account for the same amount of variability in eating disorders as they do in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. We would have never known that without twins studies." On the topic of body-fat, a LSU study by Claude Bouchard in 1990 overfed a dozen young male twins by 1,000 calories a day for three months. Although every participant gained weight, the amount of weight, and more importantly for the study, fat varied considerably, from 9-29lbs/4-13kg. Twins tended to gain a similar amount of weight and in the same places as each other, but each pair differed from the other pairs in the test. While some twin studies, like Year In Space, are famous, others are infamous. If you're worried where this topic is going, don't be. We're not talking about Joseph Mengele or the Russian conjoined twins, Masha and Dasha, though they may show up next week. Twin studies helped create the thinking and even the word “eugenics.” Francis Galton, a half-cousin of Charles Darwin, was one of the first people to recognize the value of twins to study inherited traits. In his 1875 paper, "The History of Twins," Galton used twins to estimate the relative effects of nature versus nature, a term he is credited with coining. Unfortunately, his firm belief that intelligence is a matter of nature led him to become a vocal proponent of the idea that "a highly gifted race of men" could be produced through selective breeding and that unsuitable people should be prevented from reproducing. The word “eugenics” came up a lot during the Nuremberg trials, if it wasn't already clear with adherents to the idea had in mind. More recently, in 2003, a psychology professor at the University of Virginia reviewed the research on the heritability of I.Q. He noticed that most of the studies that declared that I.Q. is genetic involved twins from middle-class backgrounds. When he looked at twins from poorer families, he found that the I.Q.s of identical twins varied just as much as the I.Q.s of fraternal twins. In other words, the impact of growing up poor can overwhelm a child's natural intelligence. Bonus fact: The trope of the evil twin can be traced back as far as 300 BCE, to the Zurvanite branch of Zoroastrianism, the world's oldest continuously-observed religion. Of all the things inherent to and special about twins, one of the most fascinating is twin language. You might have seen the adorable viral video of a pair of toddlers having an animated conversation in their twin language. If you want to bust out your Latin, it's cryptophasia, a form of idioglossia, an idiosyncratic language invented and spoken by only one person or very few people. It was a struggle not to throw myself head-first down the idioglossia rabbit hole; maybe for a later episode. Twin speak, or even sibling speak has existed, for as long as human language, but has only been seriously studied for the last few decades, not only to determine how the languages develop but to see if speaking a twin language could hamper the children learning their parents' language. The reason twins are more likely than other sibling pairs to create their own language is less interesting than psychic phenomena - twins spend a lot of time together, being built-in companions, and are at the same developmental stage. They unconsciously work together to build their language by imitating and pretending to understand one another, reinforcing their use of the language. This can weaken their incentive to learn to speak to everyone else--they already have someone to talk to. Some researchers advocate treating cryptophasia as early as possible. According to Oxford neuropsychologist Dorothy Bishop, twins often get less intervention from speech therapists than nontwins. “People often assume that it's normal for twins to have funny language, and so they don't get a proper assessment and diagnosis. And then, when they are identified, they are often treated together as a unit, and so each gets half the attention of the professionals working with them.” When doctors first began examining cryptophasic children, they discovered that the language isn't created out of nothing, but is made up of mispronounced words they've heard or references that only work inside their family. It's usually not a language at all. According to Karen Thorpe, a psychologist with Queensland University of Technology, you can think of it like “conversations between married couples where words are invented and abbreviated or restricted codes are used because full explanations are redundant.” That absolutely happens here. My husband and I talk like kids in a tree fort clubhouse. But sometimes, just sometimes, a full-blown language does develop, complete with syntax and totally independent of the language spoken at home. The syntax of a true twin language doesn't arise from mistakes made while learning the family's language. It's similar to the syntax seen in deaf children who create their own sign language when not taught to sign. This syntax could “gives us a potential insight into the nature of language” and mankind's “first language,” says linguist Peter Bakker. Twin languages play fast and loose with word order, putting subjects, verbs, and objects wherever, but always putting the most important item first, which makes sense. Negation, making something negative, is used as the first or last word of the statement, regardless of how the parental language handles negation. It's almost like a Spanish question mark, letting you know where the sentence is going. Verbs aren't conjugated--go is go, regardless of it's attached to I, he/she, us, or them. There are also no pronouns, like he, she, or they, only the proper nouns. There is also no way to locate things in time and space; everything just is. If you're a fan of Tom Scott's language series on YouTube, he's started making them again. If not, start with “Fantastic Features We Don't Have In The English Language.” I'll put a link to it in the show notes. If I forget, or you want to tell me what you thought, Soc Med. Breakroom Most children stop using private languages on their own or with minimal intervention, which is good, according to psychologists, because the longer they practice cryptophasia, the worse they do in tests later. If you remember nothing else I say ever, remember that correlation does not equal causation. Cryptophasia could be a symptom of an underlying handicap and that's the cause of the low test scores. This simple-structured language is fine for two or a few people, but once there are more people to talk to or more things to talk about, you're going to need some more features, “unambiguous ways to distinguish between subject and object,” Bakker says. “In the twin situation these can be dispensed with, but not in languages in which it is necessary to refer to events outside the direct situation.” So do twin languages really offer insight into mankind's first language? Could a primitive society have functioned as a cohesive unit with a language that can only refer to what can be seen at that moment? That's what linguists are studying, but UC-Santa Barbara's Bernard Comrie adds the asterisk that this research into the infancy of spoken language is still a baby itself. “First we were told that creole languages [that is, a distinct language that develops from the meeting a two or more languages] would provide us with insight into ‘first language,' then when that didn't pan out interest shifted to deaf sign language (also with mixed results)—I guess twin language will be the next thing.” It's not an easy scientific row to hoe. Twin languages come and go quickly as the children develop hearing their parents' language much more than their twin language. They might keep speaking their twin language if they were very isolated, like two people in a Nell situation or that Russian family who lived alone for 40 years, but we'll file that idea under “grossly unethically and probably illegal.” Not that it hasn't been tried. Herodotus tells us of what is considered the first every psychological experiment, when Pharaoh Psammetichus I in the sixth century BCE wanted to know if the capacity for speech was innate to humans and beyond that, what language would that be. He ordered two infants to be raised by a shepherd hermit who was forbidden to speak in their presence. After two years the children began to speak; the word that they used most often was the Phrygian word for bread. Thus, Psammetichus concluded that the capacity for speech is innate, and that the natural language of human beings is Phrygian. Similar experiments were conducted by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II in the 12th century CE who ordered children to be raised by caretakers forbidden to speak to them and 15th century James I of Scotland who ordered children raised exclusively by a deaf-mute woman, which was repeated by 16th century Mughal Indian Emperor Akbar, among others. I shouldn't have to tell you that they were all based on dubious methodology and soaking in confirmation bias. A less-terrible test was done in the 20th century by British ethologist, or animal behavior scientist, William H. Thorpe, who raised birds in isolation to determine which songs are innate. One of the best-known cases a negative impact from cryptophasia is the Kennedy sisters of San Diego, Grace and Virginia, of Poto and Cabengo, as they called each other. They created a media whirlwind in 1970s when it was reported that they only spoke their twin language, to the complete exclusion of English, at the rather advanced age of 6. “Twin Girls Invent Own Language,” “Gibberish-Talking Twins,” “Like a Martian” the headlines read. Here is a clip of the girls speaking and sadly this is the best audio quality I could find. Grace and Virginia had suffered apparent seizures as infants, leading their parents to conclude that the girls had been left mentally handicapped. Their parents opted to keep them inside and away from other children, leaving them mostly in the care of a laconic grandmother who often left them to their own devices. They seemed like the next big thing in language-creation studies, but on closer examination, it was discovered that, like most cryptophasics, the girls were just very badly, and very quickly, mispronouncing English and German, the languages spoken at home. Adding to their disappointment, when scientists tried to use the girls' words to converse with them, the girls couldn't stop laughing. Grace and Virginia were also cleared of their parents mis-labeling them as intellectually handicapped. Both were found to have relatively normal IQs, for as much good as IQ tests are, which is very little, but that's another show. The girls eventually underwent speech therapy and learned regular English, though their language skills were a bit stunted, even into adulthood. identical twins come from a fertilized egg that splits. If the zygote splits most of the way, but not all, it results in conjoined twins. Or if the zygotes collide and fuse, science isn't really sure. Thus conjoined twins are always identical, meaning the same gender. Why am I pointing that out? I met two moms of twins at the She PodcastsLive conference who regularly have people ask them if their identical twins are the same gender. This is why we need sex ed in school. You'll also notice I'm not using the term Siamese twins. That term comes from Chang & Eng Bunker, who were born in Siam, modern day Thailand, in 1811, connected by a band of tissue at the chest. It's not offensive per e, but just doesn't apply to anyone not born in Siam, so people have stopped using it. Conjoined twins occur once every 2-500,000 live births, according to the University of Minnesota. About 70% of conjoined twins are female, though I couldn't find a reason or theory why. 40 to 60% of these births are delivered stillborn, with 35% surviving only one day. The overall survival rate is less than 1 in 4. Often, one twin will have birth defects that are not conducive to life and can endanger the stronger twin. Conjoined twins are physically connected to one another at some point on their bodies, and are referred to by that place of joining. Brace yourself while I wallow in my medical Latin. The most common conjoinments are thoracopagus (heart, liver, intestine), omphalopagus (liver, biliary tree, intestine), pygopagus (spine, rectum, genitourinary tract), ischiopagus (pelvis, liver, intestine, genitourinary tract), and craniopagus (brain, meninges). 75% are joined at the chest or upper abdomen, 23% are joined at the hips, legs or genitalia, 2% are joined at the head. If the twins have separate organs, chances for separation surgery are markedly better than if they share the organs. As a rule, conjoined twins that share a heart cannot be separated. Worldwide, only about 250 separation surgeries have been successful, meaning at least one twin survived over the long term, according to the American Pediatric Surgical Association. The surgical separation success rate has improved over the years, and about 75 percent of surgical separations result in at least one twin surviving. The process begins long before the procedure, with tests and scans, as well as tissue expanders, balloons inserted under the skin and slowly filled with saline or air to stretch the skin, so there will be enough skin to cover the area where the other twin's body used to be. It requires a whole hospital full of specialties to separate conjoined twins, from general surgeons, plastic and reconstructive surgeons, neurosurgeons, neonatologists, cardiologists, advanced practice nurses, and maternal-fetal medicine specialists, among others. In fact, the longest surgery of all time was a conjoined twin separation. Separation surgeries often last an entire day; this one required 103 hours. If they started at 8am Monday, the team finished the surgery at 3pm Thursday. In 2001, a team of 20 doctors at Singapore General Hospital worked in shifts to separate Ganga and Jamuna Shrestha, 11-month-old twins conjoined at the head. Not only did the girls share a cranial cavity, their brains were partially fused. Each tiny brain had hundreds of bitty blood vessels, each of which had to be traced and identified as belonging to one or the other of the girls. Their brains were not only connected, they were wrapped around each other like a helix. Plus, each twin's skull needed to be reshaped and added to, using a blend of bone material and Gore-Tex fibers. Both babies survived the surgery. Sadly, Ganga died of meningitis at age 7, but Jamuna has gone on to live a healthy life and attend school. We interrupt this podcast script for an exciting article. Meaning I was almost done writing it, then I found something I had to go back and include. There was another pair of conjoined twins named Ganga and Jamuna, this pair born in 1970 in West Bengal. The pairing of the names makes sense when you learn that the Ganga and Jamuna are sacred rivers. The sisters are ischio-omphalopagus tripus, meaning joined at the abdomen and pelvis. They have two hearts and four arms, but share a set of kidneys, a liver and a single reproductive tract. Between then they have three legs, the third being a nine-toed fusion of two legs, which was non-functional and they kept that one under their clothing. They can stand, but they cannot walk and crawl on their hands and feet, earning them the show name "The Spider Girls". Managed by their uncle while on the road with the Dreamland Circus, they exhibit themselves by lying on a charpoy bed, talking to the spectators who come to look at them. They earned a good living, making about $6/hr, compared to the average wage in India of $.40. Ganga and Jamuna have two ration cards for subsidized grain, though they eat from the same plate. They cast two votes, but were refused a joint bank account. They also share a husband, Gadadhar, a carnival worker who is twenty years their senior. When asked which he loves more, Gadadhar replies, "I love both equally." In 1993, the twins had a daughter via Caesarean section, but the baby only lived a few hours. Though the sister would like to have children, doctors fear that pregnancy would endanger their lives. Doctors have offered them separation surgery, but they're not interested. They feel it would be against God's will, be too great of a risk, and put them out of a job. "We are happy as we are. The family will starve if we are separated." Not all parasitic twins are as obvious as a torso with arms and legs. The condition is called fetus in fetu, a parasitic twin developing or having been absorbed by the autosite twin. It's extremely rare, occurring only once in every 500,000 births and twice as likely to happen in a male. The question of how a parasitic twin might develop is one that currently has no answer. To say the fetuses in question are only partially developed is still overstating thing. They are usually little more than a ball of tissues with perhaps one or two recognizable body parts. One school of thought holds that fetus in fetu is a complete misnomer. Adherents contend that the alien tissue is not in fact a fetus at all, but a form of tumor, a teratoma, specifically. A teratoma, also known as a dermoid cyst, is a sort of highly advanced tumor that can develop human skin, sweat glands, hair, and even teeth. Some believe that, left long enough, a teratoma could become advanced enough to develop primitive organs. There have only been about 90 verified cases in the medical record. One reason fetus in fetu is rare is that the condition is antithetical to full-term development. Usually, both twins die in utero from the strain of sharing a placenta. Take 7 year old Alamjan Nematilaev of Kazakstan, who reported to his family abdominal pain and a feeling that something was moving inside him. His doctors thought he had a large cyst that needed to be removed. Once they got in there, though, doctors discovered one of the most developed cases of fetus in fetu ever seen. Alamjan's fetus had a head, four limbs, hands, fingernails, hair and a human if badly misshapen face. Fetus in fetu, when it is discovered, is usually found in children, but one man lived 36 years, carrying his fetal twin in his abdomen. Sanju Bhagat lived his whole life with a bulging stomach, constantly ridiculed by people in his village for looking nine months pregnant. Little did they know, eh? Fetus in fetu is usually discovered after the parasitic twin grows so large that it causes discomfort to the host. In Bhagat's case, he began having trouble breathing because the mass was pushing against his diaphragm. In June of 1999, Bhagat was rushed to Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, India for emergency surgery. According to Dr. Ajay Mehta, "Basically, the tumor was so big that it was pressing on his diaphragm and that's why he was very breathless. Because of the sheer size of the tumor, it makes it difficult [to operate]. We anticipated a lot of problems." While operating on Bhagat, Mehta saw something he had never encountered. The squeamish may wish to jump30 and think about kittens, though if you've made it this far, you're cut from strong cloth. As the doctor cut deeper into Bhagat's stomach, gallons of fluid spilled out. "To my surprise and horror, I could shake hands with somebody inside," he said. "It was a bit shocking for me." One unnamed doctor interviewed in the ABC News story described what she saw that day in the operating room: “[The surgeon] just put his hand inside and he said there are a lot of bones inside,” she said. “First, one limb came out, then another limb came out. Then some part of genitalia, then some part of hair, some limbs, jaws, limbs, hair.” There was no placenta inside Bhagat -- the enveloped parasitic twin had connected directly to Bhagat's blood supply. Right after the surgery, Bhagat's pain and inability to breathe disappeared and he recovered immediately. Upon recovery from the surgery, in which his twin was removed, Bhagat immediately felt better. But he says that villagers still tease him about it. The story I was referring to was made into a plot point on AHS:FS, the tale of Edward Mordrake, the man with two faces. In 1895, The Boston Post published an article titled “The Wonders of Modern Science” that presented astonished readers with reports from the Royal Scientific Society documenting the existence of “marvels and monsters” hitherto believed imaginary. Edward Mordrake was a handsome, intelligent English nobleman with a talent for music and a peerage to inherit. But there was a catch. With all his blessings came a terrible curse. Opposite his handsome was, was a grotesque face on the back of his head. Edward Mordrake was constantly plagued by his “devil twin,” which kept him up all night whispering “such things as they only speak of in hell.” He begged his doctors to remove the face, but they didn't dare try. He asked them to simply bash the evil face in, anything to silence it. It was never heard by anyone else, but it whispered to Edward all night, a dark passenger that could never be satisfied. At age 23, after living in seclusion for years, Edward Mordrake committed suicide, leaving behind a note ordering the evil face be destroyed after his death, “lest it continues its dreadful whispering in my grave.” This macabre story ...is just that, a story, a regular old work of fiction. “But, but, I've seen a photograph of him.” Sadly, no. You've seen a photo of a wax model of the legendary head, Madame Toussad style. Don't feel bad that you were convinced. The description of the cursed nobleman was so widely accepted that his condition appeared in an 1896 medical encyclopedia, co-authored by two respected physicians. Since they recounted the original newspaper story in full without any additional details, gave an added air of authority to Mordrake's tale. “No, there's a picture of his mummified head on a stand.” I hate to puncture your dreams, but that's papier mache. It looks great, but the artist who made it has gone on record stating it was created entirely for entertainment purposes. If you were to look at that newspaper account of Mordrake, it would fall apart immediately. “One of the weirdest as well as most melancholy stories of human deformity is that of Edward Mordake, said to have been heir to one of the noblest peerages in England. He never claimed the title, however, and committed suicide in his twenty-third year. He lived in complete seclusion, refusing the visits even of the members of his own family. He was a young man of fine attainments, a profound scholar, and a musician of rare ability. His figure was remarkable for its grace, and his face – that is to say, his natural face – was that of Antinous. But upon the back of his head was another face, that of a beautiful girl, ‘lovely as a dream, hideous as a devil.'” What did we say at the top? Conjoined twins are identical, meaning among other things, the same gender. And that… though we'll finish up out story of the twin Jims. Their lives were so unbelievably similar, if you saw it in a movie, you'd throw your popcorn at the screen. Both Jims had married women named Linda, divorced them and married women named Betty. They each had sons that they named James Alan, though one was Alan and the other Allan. Both smoked, drove a Chevrolet, held security-based jobs, and even vacationed at the exact same Florida beach, though one assumes not at the same time. After being reunited at age 37, they took part in a study at University of Minnesota, which showed that their medical histories, personality tests, and even brain-wave tests were almost identical. Remember, you can always find… Thanks…
I found YouTuber Jess Hover's video "I don't like being a mom" when I was searching for someone who could tell me my overwhelm was normal AND give me authentic encouragement, and that's exactly what I found. So who better to talk to about adding MORE babies to the mix?!We talk about going from no babies to one, two, and then three in this episode and Jess shared with us her real experience with these transitions. Very Good Mother's Club: https://verygoodmothersclub.com/https://www.instagram.com/verygoodmothersclub/Jess's YouTube channel with welcoming and honest mom content: https://www.youtube.com/c/JessicaHoverofficialJess's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jess_hover/Please subscribe to the podcast and comment if you have any tips on adding to your fam bam!xo ShayJoin the email list to be notified when episodes go live HERE!Affiliates in this episode:California Beach Co: use HeyShayla for an addition 15% off whatever sale they're running!Expecting and Empowered: use HeyShayla for $10 off Let's Connect!Instagram (@heyshayla),YouTube (Hey Shayla)Website (www.heyshayla.com)Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/shop/heyshayla)
This week on the USA Weightlifting Podcast we're talking about programming. More specifically we're diving into the best way to add supplementary work into your program without throwing everything off balance. Please leave us a review and don't forget to share us with a friend!What you'll learn:Adding more to your program vs adding too muchSupplementary workSponsors:www.RomWOD.com - Optimize Your Performance
For this very special, 50th episode of The Stories Of Selling Human podcast we are joined by Nina Butler. She is the Director of Event Experience at Alyce - the AI-powered B2B gifting platform that's redefining direct mail, swag and gifts with its scalable, sustainable, hyper-personalized approach to account-based marketing. Nina is an experienced Director with a demonstrated history of working in the event and hospitality industry and start ups. She is skilled in Event Management, Marketing, and really understands personalized gifting. We talk about gifting in your personal life, what to look for to be thoughtful with gifting, wyas to approach gifting in different stages of the buyer journey and so much more! Key moments: 08:55 - The concept of "Emotional Resonance" and the mindset shift of thinking of your sales interactions as a "Touch" 13:15 - Tactical tips for gifting. The connection between gifting and sales. 17:58 - The art of personalized gifting with some examples 27:00 - Adding a personal touch when communicating at scale Summary: Is love a feeling or is it a skill? Maybe it's a bit of both. Love isn't normally a skill you're taught to develop in your professional life but this conversation will teach you how you can. Matt Tenney defines love as the deep concern for the well being of another. He develops highly effective leaders who serve and inspire greatness in others. We discussed things like how love can show up in business and in sales. We went over how servant leadership and sales are synonymous. And we talked about how your mindset of love can effect how you approach everything in sales. Connect with Nina https://www.linkedin.com/in/nina-butler-2a89a260/ (LinkedIN) Connect with Us! https://www.linkedin.com/company/53108426/admin/ (LinkedIN: ) https://stories-of-selling-human.captivate.fm/ (Website: )
Joe Allon's My Best Eleven is one of the funniest and best for stories both from the pitch and behind the scenes. The ex Newcastle, Swansea, Hartlepool, Chelsea and Brentford striker names the best 11 players he has ever played with. The man is a true Geordie and speaks also about the takeover and what he loves and loathes about football in 2021. Sponsored: Dasslers Craft (www.dasslerscraft.co.uk) - Bespoke Custom Made Trainers If you can't find the custom adidas design on the website for you, Dasslers Craft can provide individual commissions just for you. The designers will use your theme, ideas, colours, graphics, logos, or inscriptions to create something to bring your ideas to life. www.dasslerscraft.co.uk - Adding art to your Adidas. Contact Us: Website: https://www.mybestelevenpodcast.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @mybestelevenpod Download/Stream the podcast from (selected list but available on other pod apps): Direct: https://mybesteleven.podbean.com/ Apple Podcaster/ iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/my-best-eleven/id1531409475 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/79XqOdXO5dOp2SV2Ib3blv Google Podcaster: https://podcastsmanager.google.com/show?show=show%3AsTOC6DrGP4qPKRBq6K674A YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCosPHLqTf7KuZfKVtlVLy0Q Musical credits: Higher Up by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com
I interview the founder of Vevvy's Beauty Boutique Evelyn Villegas. Vevvy's Beauty Boutique is a Chicana-owned boutique with cruelty-free cosmetics and lashes. She shares her journey of why she decided to open up her own business & highlights all kinds of women. We discuss the mindset shift she's needed to have in order to continue to pursue her dream. Evelyn's Instagram Latina Lifestyle Legacy Instagram Latina Lifestyle Legacy Waitlist
You don't have to choose between being a good mother or a good business owner. Ashley shares strategies on balancing motherhood while still running a profitable and sustainable photography business.Introduction (2:15)What is the key to avoiding burnout? (2:56)Self-care. Everyone needs some blank space, time for just you. It has to be something you intentionally seek, it won't happen automatically.Advice on handling distractions (7:37)Give your kids the 4 things they need ahead of time, and they will give you the time you need. 1. A present and hands-on mom2. Positive attention3. Positive control4. Boundaries and routinesHow do you handle mom-guilt when balancing motherhood and your business? (13:18)First acknowledge the guilt. Then identify the priority in that moment. Then check the guilt (and whether it is true) against the priority. Lastly, replace the guilt with thankfulness. Give yourself the same advice you would give to a friend.How do you embrace the season you're in and stay in your lane? (18:13)“If you're not content where you are right now, you're not going to be content where you're going.” Also, instead of being jealous of where someone else is in their journey, use it as inspiration and fuel to energize yourself.How do you get your work done while having kids home for extended times? (23:06)Having systems and routines will not stifle your creativity – it will create the space and time for you to be more creative. Balancing motherhood and business means that I have to do time blocking for work, family and personal.What do wish you knew starting out? (26:52)You have to love business more than photography. You have to invest in yourself before you believe in yourself.Speed Round! (28:57)What are you currently artistically curious about? (30:33)Adding video to sessions.Discover more about Ashley FreehanWebsite: http://thepurposegathering.com Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/purposegatheringmamas Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepurposegathering Bio: Ashley Freehan is a multi-passionate mompreneur. She is a business and motherhood coach, brand photographer, podcaster, wife and homeschooling mama saved by grace. She is passionate about helping mom photographers take their business from a side hustle to a profitable and sustainable business, BUT without sacrificing their sanity or their family in the process.Resources shared in this episode:Her masterclass - https://thepurposegathering.com/productivity
Please join us for a lively and intimate discussion on the Judy Chicago: Retrospective exhibit, which is currently showing at San Francisco's de Young Museum. The discussion is presented by the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco Docent Victoria Kirby. Adding to the conversation will be Debra Reabock, a Bay Area visual artist and photo philanthropist. Judy Chicago is a trailblazer and leader of the feminist art moment. Kirby's talk will explore Chicago's full body of works, from her early forays into minimalism to her current work that addresses mortality and environmental issues. Judy Chicago: A Retrospective is organized on the heels of the 40th anniversary of the first showing of The Dinner Party in San Francisco and in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the women's right to vote in the United States. How fitting a tribute to an artist who has spent a lifetime fighting for social justice and female expression. The discussion will be followed by Q&A. Have your questions ready. NOTES MLF: Arts MLF ORGANIZER Robert Melton SPEAKERS Victoria Kirby Docent, Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco Debra Reabock Visual Artists; Photo Philanthropist Robert Melton Co-chair, Arts Member-Led Forum; Curator, Farmer Gallery—Moderator In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on September 28th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Ford Maverick is finally here to give mini-truck fans the replacement for their aging 1997 Ford Ranger or Chevrolet S-10. Since the mass exodus of compact trucks in the US, this small-truck space has stayed quiet. Though, with the introduction of Ford's Maverick and the Hyundai Santa Cruz, this could start heating up. Ford's Maverick pulls double duty for the company that abandoned small cars in its US lineup: it's the most affordable truck you can buy and the most affordable hybrid. Ford's entry-level XL-badged Maverick comes equipped with a 2.5-liter I4 engine that mates to a hybrid powertrain by way of Ford's PowerSplit transmission. Ford packaged all of this with space for five and a 4.5-foot long bed. On this episode of Quick Spin, host Wesley Wren hops behind the wheel of the Ford Maverick and puts it through its paces. Wren walks you around the new compact pickup from Ford and talks about some of its new features. Wren also takes you along for a live drive review to discuss the truck's dynamics. Adding to those segments, Wren talks with Patrick Carone about Ford's latest truck. The two discuss the importance of the truck, its size and its pricing. They also discuss more of the truck's features. Closing the show, the pair break down why this truck is special.
A soldier, lawyer, teacher, judge, and 25 year veteran leader in the energy world as an appointed regulator, utility executive and leading clean energy thinker and advocate, our guest, Karl Rabago shares with host Bill Nussey powerful insights into a new roadmap for the lowest cost, reliable electric grid and why local solar costs less as a part of his solution. Listen too as Rabago summarily dismisses prevailing arguments by cost shifting advocates that local energy is hurting our communities.
In this episode Dan and Hugh interview Jason Falovitch and discuss: SPY Update (2:02), $WISH, Adding on Reversals (7:03), Mr. NFT Interview (16:52). 21-year-old millionaire Hugh Henne and his host, Dan, Deity of Dips, dive into the stock market in a fun yet informative way (Prod. by @Vinny_Strokes and @Serwinski). The above references and podcast are an opinion and are for information purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for investment advice. Music by Prod. Riddiman (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdSuKogXJOZld5Dzw_9285w) Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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