The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
He's a freethinker who's never been scared to rattle orthodoxies. Eric Weinstein joins Amit Varma in episode 330 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about how he became the man he is. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Eric Weinstein on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and his own website. 2. Eric Weinstein on The Joe Rogan Experience (1, 2) and Lex Fridman (1, 2, 3, 4). 3. Eric Weinstein in Karjat, 1986. 4. The Road Not Taken -- Robert Frost. 5. Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening -- Robert Frost. 6. Total Love -- Gur Bentwich. 7. Eric Weinstein in Kiev, 1989. 8. Eric Weinstein meets a harmonica friend. 9. The 27 Club. 10. Umwelt. 11. John Mayer and Blake Mills on Spotify. 12. Sara Rai Inhales Literature — Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 13. Desire -- Clementine Von Radics. 14. The Is-Ought Problem. 15. The Naturalistic Fallacy. 16. The Big Questions — Steven E Landsburg. 17. Hindi Nationalism — Alok Rai. 18. Jahnavi and the Cyclotron — Episode 319 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Jahnavi Phalkey). 19. Atomic State: Big Science in Twentieth-Century India — Jahnavi Phalkey. 20. The Law of Truly Large Numbers. 21. Unlikely is Inevitable — Amit Varma. 22. Poisson Point Process. 23. The Major-General song from The Pirates of Penzance. 24. The HMS Pinafore song. 25. The New World Upon Us — Amit Varma (on Alpha Zero). 26. Alfred Hitchcock and The Beach Boys. 27. Roger Ebert on Mulholland Drive and Memento. 28. Joe Morgenstern and Bonnie and Clyde. 29. Creep -- Radiohead. 30. The Perils of Audience Capture -- Gurwinder Bhogal (on 'The Looking-Glass Self; and more). 31. David Bowie and Madonna. 32. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) -- Green Day. 33. I Can't Stand the Rain -- Ann Peebles. 34. Fast Car -- Tracy Chapman. 35. Planet Claire -- The B52s. 36. Dunning-Kruger Effect. 37. Imposter Syndrome. 38. Bethany Hamilton on Wikipedia, Twitter, Instagram and her own website. 39. FOO Camp. 40. Gad Saad's poll on Like vs Respect. 41. Mary Oliver and Mark Strand. 42. The Prem Panicker Files — Episode 217 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Prem Panicker). 43. The Great Brain -- John D Fitzgerald. 44. Pippi Longstocking -- Astrid Lindgren. 45. Tom Lehrer on Spotify. 46. Eric Weinstein on Kung Fu Panda. 47. Kung Fu Panda -- John Stevenson. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘Endless Possibility' by Simahina.
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
He gave up a staggeringly successful career to live a quiet life -- and now he shares his wisdom with us. Murali Neelakantan joins Amit Varma in episode 329 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about the life he has lived and the lessons he has learnt. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Murali Neelankantan on Twitter and LinkedIn. 2. An Idea of a Law School -- NR Madhava Menon, Murali Neelakantan and Sumeet Malik. 3. Akshaya Mukul and the Life of Agyeya -- Episode 324 of The Seen and the Unseen. 4. The Life and Times of Shanta Gokhale — Episode 311 of The Seen and the Unseen. 5. Wanting — Luke Burgis. 6. It is immoral to have children. Here's why — Amit Varma. 7. The Loneliness of the Indian Woman — Episode 259 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shrayana Bhattacharya). 8. The Life and Times of Mrinal Pande — Episode 263 of The Seen and the Unseen. 9. Sara Rai Inhales Literature — Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 10. Casino Royale -- Martin Campbell. 11. Schrödinger's cat. 12. Dance Dance For the Halva Waala — Episode 294 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Jai Arjun Singh and Subrat Mohanty). 13. Right to Education: Just another law -- Meera Neelakantan. 14. The Life and Times of Abhinandan Sekhri — Episode 254 of The Seen and the Unseen. 15. The Forgotten Greatness of PV Narasimha Rao — Episode 283 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vinay Sitapati). 16. The Prem Panicker Files — Episode 217 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Prem Panicker). 17. Major Navneet Vats SM. 18. Lifespan: Why We Age – and Why We Don't Have To — David Sinclair. 19. The Lifespan Podcast by David Sinclair. 20. The Adda at the End of the Universe — Episode 309 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vikram Sathaye and Roshan Abbas). 21. Loss Aversion. 22. Aandhi -- Gulzar. 23. Nowhere Near -- Yo La Tengo. 24. Dil Hi To Hai Na Sang o Hishat -- Abida Parveen. 25. Ranjish hi Sahi -- Mehdi Hasan. 26. Old Man -- Neil Young. 27. Oscar Wilde on Amazon and Wikipedia. 28. Tum Itna Jo Muskura Rahe Ho -- Jagjit Singh. 29. Bonjour Tristesse -- Françoise Sagan. 30. Everybody Lies — Seth Stephens-Davidowitz. 31. Politics and the Sociopath (2014) — Amit Varma. 32. History of European Morals — WEH Lecky. 33. The Expanding Circle — Peter Singer. 34. Dunbar's number. 35. Rankthings.io by Aella and David. 36. Aella on Twitter and Substack. 37. Ye Humse Na Hoga -- Javed Akhtar. 38. All You Who Sleep Tonight -- Vikram Seth. 39. GCN +. 40. The Gentle Wisdom of Pratap Bhanu Mehta — Episode 300 of The Seen and the Unseen. 41. The Life and Times of Jerry Pinto — Episode 314 of The Seen and the Unseen. 42. SVB, Banking and the State of the Economy -- Episode 323 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ajay Shah and Mohit Satyanand). 43. Ashutosh Salil and the Challenge of Change -- Episode 312 of The Seen and the Unseen. 44. Laws Against Victimless Crimes Should Be Scrapped — Amit Varma. 45. One Bad Law Goes, but Women Remain Second-Class Citizens — Amit Varma. 46. ये लिबरल आख़िर है कौन? — Episode 37 of Puliyabaazi (w Amit Varma, on Hayek). 47. Elite Imitation in Public Policy — Episode 180 of The Seen and the Unseen (on isomorphic mimicry, with Shruti Rajagopalan and Alex Tabarrok). 48. The Long Road From Neeyat to Neeti — Episode 313 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pranay Kotasthane and Raghu S Jaitley). 49. Narendra Shenoy and Mr Narendra Shenoy — Episode 250 of The Seen and the Unseen. 50. Restaurant Regulations in India — Episode 18 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Madhu Menon). 51. The Wealth of Nations -- Adam Smith. 52. The Theory of Moral Sentiments — Adam Smith. 53. Humesha Der Kar Deta Hoon Main -- Muneer Niazi. 54. The Economics and Politics of Vaccines — Episode 223 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ajay Shah). 55. Rustom -- Tinu Suresh Desai on the Nanavati case. 56. Natasha Badhwar Lives the Examined Life — Episode 301 of The Seen and the Unseen. 57. The Nurture Assumption — Judith Rich Harris. 58. Mohit Satyanand on Twitter and Substack. 59. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Mohit Satyanand: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 60. Richard Dawkins on unpleasant gods. 61. Pushpesh Pant Feasts on the Buffet of Life -- Episode 326 of The Seen and the Unseen. 62. Three Hundred Verses: Musings on Life, Love and Renunciation -- Bhartrihari. 63. Drug Price Controls -- Episode 29 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pavan Srinath). 64. The Dark Side of Indian Pharma — Episode 245 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Dinesh Thakur). 65. Bottle of Lies — Katherine Eban. 66. The Truth Pill: The Myth of Drug Regulation in India -- Dinesh Thakur and Prashant Reddy. 67. Fire in the Blood -- Dylan Mohan Gray. 68. New York Stories -- Martin Scorcese, Francis Ford Coppola and Woody Allen. 69. The Ideas of Our Constitution — Episode 164 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Madhav Khosla). 70. Kumārasambhava -- Kalidasa. 71. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking -- Susan Cain. 72. Goodbye, Mr Chips -- Sam Wood. 73. Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil -- Jim Goddard. 74. What Money Can't Buy -- Michael Sandel. 75. Tum Bilkul Hum Jaise Nikle -- Fehmida Riaz. 76. Kuchh Log Tumhein Samjhaaenge -- Fehmida Riaz. 77. The Four Quadrants of Conformism — Paul Graham. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘This is the World' by Simahina.
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As part of our Men of Co-Creation celebration, Dr. Amit Goswami joins Tonya Dawn Recla again to transform transformation. Amit generously shares his wealth of quantum knowledge and experience. From his participation in the film, What the Bleep Do We Know, to his numerous books, his contributions to humanity continue to change how we live. Amit and Tonya swap theories on the ever-changing transformational process and what our current conscious evolution invites us to explore. Don't miss this inspirational episode that encourages us to transform the transformational process beyond talk.
Amit Haller has had startups acquired, taken them public, and is now onto his biggest venture so far. His new startup, Veev, has attracted funding from top-tier investors like Khosla Ventures, Western Technology Investment, Bond Capital, and Eclipse.
Since Independence, the Indian state has grappled with a variety of internal security challenges—insurgencies, terrorist attacks, caste and communal violence, riots, and electoral violence. Their toll has claimed more lives than all of India's five external wars combined.Despite this, we know surprisingly little about the institutions of the state tasked with managing internal security. How well has India contained violence and preserved order? How have the approaches and capacity of the State evolved to attain these twin objectives? And what impact does the State's approach have on civil liberties and the quality of democracy?These are three questions that a new book, Internal Security in India: Violence, Order, and the State, takes up. It's an important new volume co-edited by two of the best-known political scientists working on India—Amit Ahuja of the University of California-Santa Barbara and Devesh Kapur of Johns Hopkins-SAIS.Amit and Devesh join Milan on the podcast this week to discuss their new book and the lessons it holds for law and order in India. The trio discuss the centralization of internal security powers, the surprising decline in public violence, and the explosion in the size of India's paramilitary forces. Plus, the three debate whether violence has moved from the periphery of Indian politics to center stage.Soutik Biswas, “Is India seeing a decline in violence?” BBC News, January 16, 2023. Ajai Shukla, “India's tryst with counterinsurgency,” Business Standard, March 15, 2023.Devesh Kapur, “The worrying rise of militarisation in India's Central Armed Police Forces,” ThePrint, November 29, 2017.Amit Ahuja and Devesh Kapur, “Internal security threats: the 1980s,”Hindustan Times, 2022.
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
Her career spans decades and genres, and she's brought together worlds that seldom meet. Kiran Ahluwalia joins Amit Varma in episode 328 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss her life, her music and the ethic that binds it all together. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Song Timecodes: Rabba Ru: 34:56 Har Khayal : 01:06:00 Awara : 02:00:12 Dil: 03:08:30 Zindagi : 04:11:45 Pancake: 4:16:56 Jaane Jahan : 04:21:13 Mustt Mustt: 04:27:25 Hayat: 04:31:40 We Sinful Women : 4:36:40 Also check out: 1. Kiran Ahluwalia on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and her own website. 2. Kashish: Attraction -- Kiran Ahluwalia. 3. Beyond Boundaries -- Kiran Ahluwalia. 4. Kiran Ahluwalia -- Kiran Ahluwalia. (Also see this.) 5. Wanderlust -- Kiran Ahluwalia. 6. Aam Zameen: Common Ground -- Kiran Ahluwalia (featuring Tinariwen and Terakaft). 7. Sanata: Stillness -- Kiran Ahluwalia. 8. 7 Billion -- Kiran Ahluwalia. (Also see this.) 9. Kiran Ahluwalia interviewed by Asia Blog. 10. Kalpana Bharat, Narendra Datar, Padma Talwalkar and Vithal Rao. 11. Amitava Kumar Finds the Breath of Life — Episode 265 of The Seen and the Unseen. 12. The Life and Times of Jerry Pinto — Episode 314 of The Seen and the Unseen. 13. Hussain Haidry, Hindustani Musalmaan — Episode 275 of The Seen and the Unseen. 14. The Life and Times of Abhinandan Sekhri — Episode 254 of The Seen and the Unseen. 15. The War Against Cliche — Martin Amis. 16. Lament from Night Song -- Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan with Michael Brook. 17. Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali and Mehdi Hasan. 18. Yogendra Yadav on why he was named Salim. 19. Memories and Things — Episode 195 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Aanchal Malhotra). 20. Souad Massi on Spotify and YouTube Music. 21. Pink Moon -- Nick Drake. (And also Amit's favourite Nick Drake song, Northern Sky.) 22. Varun Grover Is in the House — Episode 292 of The Seen and the Unseen. 23. Cities of Sleep -- Shaunak Sen. 24. All That Breathes -- Shaunak Sen. 25. Saving Face -- Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Daniel Junge. 26. My Octopus Teacher -- Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed. 27. Metamorphosis -- Nova Ami and Velcrow Ripper. 28. Shooting Indians -- Ali Kazimi. 29. Kaifinama -- Sumantra Ghosal. 30. Garm Hava -- MS Sathyu. 31. Nainsukh -- Amit Dutta. 32. The Fall -- Tarsem Singh. 33. Timbuktu -- Abderrahmane Sissako. (Also check out the soundtrack.) 34. The Square -- Ruben Östlund. 35. Triangle of Sadness -- Ruben Östlund. 36. The Innocents -- Anne Fontaine. 37. Border -- Ali Abbasi. 38. The Hedgehog -- Mona Achache. 39. A Fraction Of The Whole -- Steve Toltz. 40. What is the What -- Dave Eggers. 41. Barabbas -- Pär Lagerkvist. 42. Tinariwen, Amadou & Mariam, Fatoumata Diawara, Khaira Arby, Tufail Niazi, Vithal Rao, Padma Talwalkar, Ulhas Kashalkar and Venkatesh Kumar on Spotify. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘Listen to the Music' by Simahina.
In this episode of the Sense Think Act Podcast, we’re joined by Amit Goel, Head of Embedded Edge AI Product Management and Robotics Ecosystem at Nvidia. Amit shares his insights on the challenges and promise of robotics, Nvidia’s approach to business, and the future of robotics and Nvidia. Tune in to learn about the value of business school, reinforcement learning, and where early adopters should start.If you’re enjoying the podcast, please consider donating to help us keep it going:https://donorbox.org/sense–think–act–podcastEPISODE LINKS:– Amit Goel’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amit–goel–759146a/}– NVIDIA’s website: https://www.nvidia.com/en–us/}PODCAST INFO:– Podcast website: https://sensethinkact.com}– Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sense–think–act/id1582090036}– Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/52wK4oMDvgijRk6E82tC5d}– RSS: https://sensethinkact.com/itunes.xml}– Full episodes: https://www.youtube.com/c/SenseThinkActPodcast}– Clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChfnCpNwZzYtZ32J–pZvNDg}OUTLINE:– (0:00:00) Start– (0:08:43) Value of Business School– (0:11:01) Being Leaders in Fundamental Technology– (0:20:19) Nvidia's Approach to Business– (0:24:26) The Challenges and Promise of Robotics– (0:28:23) Omniverse and Physics Simulation– (0:35:35) Reinforcement Learning– (0:39:43) Making a Bet on Reinforcement Learning for Control– (0:47:14) GPUs– (0:51:40) Working With the ROS 2 Community– (0:56:07) Future of Robotics and Nvidia– (1:01:33) Advice for Person Starting their Career– (1:04:35) Where Should Early Adopters Start?– (1:07:14) Links and Contact InfoSOCIAL:– Twitter: https://twitter.com/sense_think_act}– Discourse: https://discourse.ros.org/c/sensethinkact/71}
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This episode was produced remotely using the ListenDeck standardized audio & video production system. If you're looking to jumpstart your podcast miniseries or upgrade your podcast or video production please visit www.ListenDeck.com. You can subscribe to this podcast and stay up to date on all the stories here on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon and iHeartRadio. In this episode the host John Siracusa chats remotely with Chen Amit, Founder & CEO at Tipalti. Tipalti is a global payables automation platform that provides a cloud solution to scale and automate global payables operations. Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Amazon and iHeartRadio to hear next Thursdays episode with Ana Mahony from Addition Wealth. About the host: John is the founder of ListenDeck a full-service podcast and video production company, which has produced over 1000 episodes of various podcasts. He is the host of the ‘Bank On It' podcast, which features over 500 episodes starring high profile fintech leaders and entrepreneurs. Follow John on LinkedIn, Twitter, Medium
Jasper.ai just announced that their plans are ALL unlimited…but where does that leave founding members who are locked into more expensive plans? In this episode of Course Wizards, Amit and Chris talk about this fiasco and how YOU should take core of your founding members.Links:Apps for Authors - https://writing.fyi/appsNew Zenler - New Zenler - Invite5K Course Launch Blueprint - $5K Course Launch BlueprintCourse Launch Secrets Facebook Group - Log in or sign up to view
Welcome to Cyrus Says, Cock & Bull!Use the Coupon code 'CYRUS2023' to get Rs. 4799/- off on your EVEN subscription.Become a member of Club Cyrus SaysIn today's episode, Cyrus is joined by Amit & Ayushi. Today, Cyrus is emphasizing the issue of the mandatory nature call before any show!In the show: Cyrus, Amit & Ayushi talk about the Urinals, Amit tries hard not to get the show canceled & Ayushi overwhelmingly shares her love & respect for Kohli. Topics discussed: A Bengaluru man got rejected by a landlord because of low 12th std marks, GTA Gurugram version, and Bihar's training school for breaking into ATMs. Tune in for this and much more!Subscribe to the Cyrus Says YouTube Channel for full video episodes!Check out the Cyrus Says Official MerchFollow Amit on Instagram at @doshiamitFollow Ayushi on Instagram at @ayushia9Listen to Cyrus Says across Audio PlatformsIVM Podcasts | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Gaana | Amazon Music | Jio SaavnEmail your AMA questions to us at email@example.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Says' official Instagram handle at @whatcyrussaysConnect with Cyrus on socials:Instagram | TwitterAnd don't forget to rate us!-x-x-xDisclaimer: The views, opinions, and statements expressed in the episodes of the shows hosted on the IVM Podcasts network are solely those of the individual participants, hosts, and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of IVM Podcasts or its management. IVM Podcasts does not endorse or assume responsibility for any content, claims, or representations made by the participants during the shows. This includes, but is not limited to, the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of any information provided. Any reliance you place on such information is strictly at your own risk. IVM Podcasts is not liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages arising out of or in connection with the use or dissemination of the content featured in the shows. Listener discretion is advised.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode I got an opportunity to speak with the man behind The Cutting Edge Barbershop and Barber Academy, Amit Corso! Today Amit is successfully sitting on a 20+ year career in the world of barbering but the road to get here was anything but easy. Amit shares how the experience of walking into a barbershop unexpectedly changed his whole world. To realize his dream Amit knew he needed to dedicate and sacrifice, at one point even working 140 days straight. Be sure to check him out here to follow his journey and see the excellent team of barbers he's cultivating in Lancaster, Pa. https://www.instagram.com/amitcorso/ Check out https://jmcpod.com/ for more episodes by JMC! Music in This Episode: Sunset Boulevard by Mokka https://inaudio.org/track/sunset-boulevard-future-bass/ The JMC intro and outro theme music is produced by Mr. Infinito at https://oddcurious.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/felix-arroyo2/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/felix-arroyo2/support
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
George Fernandes was an activist, politician, minister, thinker -- and was as complicated as the times he lived in. Rahul Ramagundam joins Amit Varma in episode 327 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss his biography of Fernandes, the decades he lived through, and this country that kept changing, changing, changing. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Rahul Ramagundam at Jamia Millia Islamia, Amazon, LinkedIn and Google Scholar. 2. The Life and Times of George Fernandes -- Rahul Ramagundam. 3. Gandhi's Khadi: A History of Contention and Conciliation -- Rahul Ramagundam. 4. Including the Socially Excluded -- Rahul Ramagundam. 5. The Incredible Curiosities of Mukulika Banerjee — Episode 276 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Mukulika Banerjee). 6. The Pathan Unarmed — Mukulika Banerjee. 7. The Gita Press and Hindu Nationalism — Episode 139 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Akshaya Mukul). 8. Gita Press and the Making of Hindu India — Akshaya Mukul. 9. A shoe store brings together two faces of 2002 Gujarat riots -- The Hindu. 10. Where Have All The Leaders Gone? — Amit Varma. 11. The Anti-Defection Law — Episode 13 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Barun Mitra). 12. Our Parliament and Our Democracy — Episode 253 of The Seen and the Unseen (w MR Madhavan). 13. The Decline of the Congress — Episode 248 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rahul Verma). 14. Urban Governance in India — Episode 31 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan). 15. South India Would Like to Have a Word — Episode 320 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Nilakantan RS). 16. Lessons from an Ankhon Dekhi Prime Minister — Amit Varma's column on reading. 17. One Hundred Years of Solitude -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez. 18. Love in the Time of Cholera -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez. 19. No One Writes to the Colonel -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez. 20. The Moon is Down -- John Steinbeck. 21. Is Paris Burning? -- Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre. 22. Freedom at Midnight -- Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre. 23. Hermann Hesse and Henry Miller on Amazon. 24. A Meditation on Form — Amit Varma. 25. Life among the Scorpions -- Jaya Jaitly. 26. Selected Works of Jawaharlal Nehru. 27. The Graham Staines murder. 28. Thomas Weber's books on Gandhi. 29. Coomi Kapoor Has the Inside Track -- Episode 305 of The Seen and the Unseen. 30. The Emergency: A Personal History — Coomi Kapoor. 31. Gyan Prakash on the Emergency — Episode 103 of The Seen and the Unseen. 32. Emergency Chronicles — Gyan Prakash. 33. A Prisoner's Scrap-Book -- LK Advani. 34. Prison Diary -- Jayaprakash Narayan. 35. The Power Broker — Robert A Caro. 36. Robert A Caro on Amazon. 37. On Exactitude in Science — Jorge Luis Borges. 38. Midnight's Children -- Salman Rushdie. 39. VS Naipaul on Amazon. 40. Idgah (Hindi) (English) -- Munshi Premchand. 41. Sara Rai Inhales Literature — Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 42. Raw Umber: A Memoir -- Sara Rai. 43. Samuel Huntington on Wikipedia and Amazon. 44. Francis Robinson and Barbara Metcalf on Amazon. 45. India in the Persianate Age — Richard Eaton. 46. The New India Foundation. 47. Weapons of the Weak -- James C Scott. 48. The Causes of the Indian Revolt -- Syed Ahmed Khan. 49. Hind Swaraj — MK Gandhi. 50. Hindutva — VD Savarkar. 51. Annihilation of Caste -- BR Ambedkar. 52. Gandhi before India -- Ramachandra Guha. 53. Gandhi: The Years that Changed the World -- Ramachandra Guha. 54. Salman Rushdie and Gabriel Garcia Marquez on Amazon. 55. The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘The Fist' by Simahina.
Mike McCoy 4-23-2023 AM "It is appointed unto men once to die," but as Brother Mike explains God is the God of the living. That's good news to the believer, and bad for those who fail to trust Christ as Savior. Crossville First Free Will Baptist Church www.crossvillechurch.com
Water Prairie Chronicles Podcast
How Families Can Ensure Their Child with Disabilities Has a Secure Financial Future Show Notes: In this episode of the Water Prairie Chronicles, your host, Tonya Wollum, speaks with financial planner Amit Chawla about the importance of financial planning for families with special needs individuals. Drawing on his personal experience of having a son with a disability, Chawla highlights the need for proactive planning to ensure that parents are adequately prepared for their child's future financial needs. He provides valuable information on government benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid, as well as misconceptions about financial planning for individuals with disabilities. Chawla emphasizes the importance of seeking guidance and resources from government agencies and nonprofit organizations, and planning for the worst-case scenario. He also suggests finding other ways to fund their child's needs, such as utilizing resources like nonprofit organizations or community support. Overall, Chawla's interview underscores the crucial role financial planning plays in ensuring that families with special needs individuals can provide the best care and support possible. Connect with Amit: Podcast: https://planningforspecialneeds.podbean.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MySpecialFP Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/MySpecialFP/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/my-special-financial-planning/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@PlanningForSpecialNeeds ** My Special Financial Planning is a Financial Planning service for the Special Needs community. Pro Bono if you are not earning over $100K/year individually or $125K/year as a family, and have savings of less than $250K. Waiver programs: https://www.kidswaivers.org/, It provides details of all waiver programs (by state) for children with disabilities or medical needs. Some of these waivers consider family income and some don't. Connect with Us: https://linktr.ee/waterprairie Support this channel: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/waterprairie MOTHERS DAY BOOK BUNDLE GIVEAWAY! Grab your chance to win 2 signed books about Sofia Sanchez, a teen actress, model, and advocate for Down syndrome! Go to https://waterprairie.com/giveaway for details! Get a BONUS entry by answering some questions about this podcast episode: https://forms.gle/9dEy4TxjGvjMybXk6 Music Used: “LazyDay” by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Meet Today's Guest: Amit Chawla is a Software Product Manager and founder of My Special Financial Planning, a financial planning company that focuses on special needs families. He and his wife, an Estate Planning Attorney, have two boys and reside in Lexington, Massachusetts. Their oldest son is 13 years old and has Autism, which led Amit to become a certified financial planner and chartered special needs consultant. Amit's goal is to help families with special needs members plan for a better future. He volunteers for a couple of non-profit organizations to provide pro bono financial planning services, and he and his wife moderate a private Facebook group called Planning for Special Needs. Amit shares openly about his experience with raising a son on the severe side of the Autism spectrum and how it led him to become a passionate advocate for special needs financial planning.
In today's episode, Mike talks with Amit Parmar. Amit is the co-founder and CEO of Cliquify. Cliquify is an employer branding platform for recruiters and hiring managers to showcase their company and to create media buzz across social media.
The Homeschool Advantage Podcast
Intro Dr. Amit Dongol founder of Neurostem has a passion to give back as well as be part of an intellectual, healthy, and growing community. After earning a PhD in physics like all great intellects he realized there must be more all the while challenged to find a school that would meet his gifted son's educational needs at the elementary school age. Through trial and error they enrolled him in public, private, chartered, and Montessori however none of them seem to be the right fit! He then decided to quit his job and took the opportunity and challenge to guide/teach him on his own. In efforts to better help his son and prepare, he started teaching physics at Austin Community College and Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX as an Adjunct Professor. Quite serendipitously Amit realized there is a massive gap in our primary and secondary education system and the students struggling at college and University. Seeing this disconnect in education compelled him think to do something to correct and bridge the gap. Amit's passion to reach out to and help younger generations develop critical and logical thinking ultimately led me to create a class that was truly unique, hands-on, and individualized for the youth in the community; thus the creation of Neurostem. Top three takeaways You don't need to be a teacher but instead, you can use multiple resources online and in person where people are already providing services focused on homeschoolers. Kids should explore different avenues to grow in knowledge and skills. This will help parents to be a part of their kids' learning environment. Amit wants your kids to be able to think logically and be able to ask questions and find the right answers rather than just believing in what is fed to them. Call to Action Neurostem Official Website Promotions: Use the code BEXBUZZIE to get a 15% discount. What is Next! Thank you for supporting this show by listening and sharing with friends! If you like this podcast please rate and write a review of how this show has impacted or helped you! Great ratings will accelerate the show's visibility to the nation so others can learn more about homeschool and find quality curriculum and potentially join the homeschool community thus change the face of education forever!! Who would have thought that we could change the education world with a click and a share! Also if you would like to hear more about any specific educational topic please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would love to support your families educational needs in all areas!! Bex Buzzie The Homeschool Advantage Podcast
Syndication Made Easy with Vinney (Smile) Chopra
The Vinney and Beau Show!!! From Humble Beginnings to Investment Superpower We talk about life, entrepreneurship, real estate, motivation, and moving the needle forward. Welcome to another Live event with The Vinney and Beau Show! We have a very special guest joining us - Amit Chandan, an accomplished investor, trader, and entrepreneur. Amit has made a name for himself in the world of finance with his successful investments in equities in both the NYSE and Asian markets, beating the S&P 500 during the Covid-19 pandemic. His experience in equities and real estate investments has led him to start companies that offer alternative investment opportunities to help high-net-worth and institutional investors realize their wealth generation goals. Please Join Us, LIVE every Friday at 9:00 am PST or 12:00 pm EST on All Social Media Platforms! Watch the Full Video Here: https://youtube.com/live/IZDpB50KgCI vinneychopra.com | beaueckstein.com Don't forget to head over to iTunes to subscribe, rate, and leave a review. It's very much appreciated. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/syndication-made-easy-with-vinney-smile-chopra/id1473126675 INVEST with Vinney [Accredited Investors ONLY]: https://vinneychopra.com/invest/ https://www.accreditedinvestor.blog/book-a-call LEARN from Vinney: https://vinneychopra.com/mentoring Want more information about value-add multifamily investment properties? Click here: https://multifamilymentor.blog
Artificial Intelligence is taking the world by storm! In today's Course Wizards episode, Amit and Chris discuss the five AI tools you've GOT to try today to take your course creation to the next level!Links:Apps for Authors - https://writing.fyi/appsNew Zenler - New Zenler - Invite5K Course Launch Blueprint - $5K Course Launch BlueprintCourse Launch Secrets Facebook Group - Log in or sign up to view
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Conversation with Amit Kurz, General Partner Sweetwood Ventures
* Does Elon Musk ever say anything of value? Amit and Dominic disagree. * Missouri Senator Mike Moon defended a law allowing children to get married. * Ever had a tooth pulled? * Llano county in Texas considers closing the local library in order to not allow the reading of banned books. * Disney vs DeSantis. * Florida lawmakers are pushing legislation to make it illegal to get within 20 feet of police to film them. * Explore the show's: Website - www.theAIBshow.com Instagram - www.instagram.com/theaibshow Facebook - www.facebook.com/theaibshow YouTube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCsLfGQJf8T7mBXzKCEfZsgQ
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
He taught international relations for a living, and he lived Indian culture -- food, clothes, music, films, languages, the whole package. Pushpesh Pant joins Amit Varma in episode 326 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about his life, his times and this beautiful country he loves so much. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Pushpesh Pant on Amazon, Twitter and YouTube. 2. India: Cookbook -- Pushpesh Pant. 3. The Life and Times of Mrinal Pande — Episode 263 of The Seen and the Unseen. 4. Sara Rai Inhales Literature — Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 5. Chandrahas Choudhury's Country of Literature — Episode 288 of The Seen and the Unseen. 6. The Life and Times of Jerry Pinto — Episode 314 of The Seen and the Unseen. 7. Amitava Kumar Finds the Breath of Life — Episode 265 of The Seen and the Unseen. 8. Devi : Tales Of The Goddess In Our Time -- Mrinal Pande. 9. Amader Shantiniketan — Shivani (translated by Ira Pande). 10. 2001: A Space Odyssey — Stanley Kubrick. 11. In Praise of Slowness -- Carl Honore. 12. Tabiyat: Medicine and Healing in India and Other Essays -- Farokh Erach Udwadia. 13. Things to Leave Behind -- Namita Gokhale. 14. Raag Pahadi -- Namita Gokhale, translated by Pushpesh Pant. 15. Roshan Abbas and the Creator Economy — Episode 239 of The Seen and the Unseen. 16. The Adda at the End of the Universe — Episode 309 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vikram Sathaye and Roshan Abbas). 17. Natasha Badhwar Lives the Examined Life — Episode 301 of The Seen and the Unseen. 18. Lahron Ke Rajhans (Hindi) -- Mohan Rakesh. 19. India: A Sacred Geography -- Diana Eck. 20. Caste, Gender, Karnatik Music — Episode 162 of The Seen and the Unseen (w TM Krishna). 21. An Equal Music -- Vikram Seth. 22. The Wonder That Was India -- AL Basham. 23. Dhano Dhanne -- Jaya Varma and the Chandigarh Choir. 24. Ira Pande's obituary of Jaya Varma. 25. Ira Pande on Amazon. 26. Akshaya Mukul and the Life of Agyeya -- Episode 324 of The Seen and the Unseen. 27. Constantine Cavafy, André Gide and Jean Genet. 28. The Counterfeiters -- André Gide. 29. Death in Venice -- Thomas Mann. 30. Collected Poems 1954 - 2004 -- Dom Moraes. 31. From Cairo to Delhi With Max Rodenbeck — Episode 281 of The Seen and the Unseen. 32. Phir Ek Din Aisa Aayega -- Ali Sardar Jafri. 33. Zindagi -- Kiran Ahluwalia. 34. The Case Against Sugar — Gary Taubes. 35. In a Silent Way — Episode 316 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Gaurav Chintamani). 36. Kishore Mahbubani on Amazon. 37. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie — Luis Buñuel. 38. Chance and Necessity -- Jacques Monod. 39. Try Anything Twice -- Peter Cheyney. 40. Rakesh Raghunathan on YouTube. 41. The Indianness of Indian Food — Episode 95 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vikram Doctor). 42. Cooking the world's oldest known curry -- Soity Banerjee. 43. The Refreshing Audacity of Vinay Singhal — Episode 291 of The Seen and the Unseen. 44. Stage.in. 45. The Slow Fire Chef on Twitter. 46. Marginal Revolution posts on books. 47. The Myth of the Holy Cow -- DN Jha. 48. Elite Imitation in Public Policy — Episode 180 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Alex Tabarrok). 49. The Lady's Dressing Room -- Jonathan Swift. 50. My Friend Dropped His Pants -- Amit Varma. 51. A Paean to the Paan -- Pushpesh Pant. 52. Vairagya Shatak (Hindi) -- Bhartihari. 53. Bhaja Govindam -- Adi Shankara. 54. Rainer Maria Rilke and Meer Taqi Meer. 55. Titash Ekti Nadir Naam -- Ritwik Ghatak. 56. Jukti Takko Aar Gappo -- Ritwik Ghatak. 57. Teesri Kasam -- Basu Bhattacharya. 58. Duniya Banane Wale -- Song from Teesri Kasam. 59. Guide — Vijay Anand. 60. Caurapañcāśikā -- Bilhana. 61. Dagar Brothers, Siyaram Tiwari, Vidya Rao and TM Krishna. 62. A Southern Music — TM Krishna. 63. The Raga-Ness of Ragas -- Deepak S Raja.. 64. NAD - Understanding Raga Music -- Sandeep Bagchee. 65. Form in Indian and Western Music -- Chetan Karnani. This episode is sponsored by CTQ Compounds. Check out The Daily Reader and FutureStack. Use the code UNSEEN for Rs 2500 off. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘The Feast' by Simahina.
Batiz András 22 évesen az akkor elstartoló RTL egyik vezető arca lett. Hogyan képes kezelni ilyen fiatalon ekkora felelősséget?Miért lesz valaki befutott műsorvezetőből az MSZP-SZDSZ koalíció kormányszóvivője?Mi a közös Gyurcsány Ferencben és Matisz papában? Kulisszatitkok a média és a politika világából, életútinterjú Batiz Andrással, egykori Fókusz műsorvezetővel, és a Gyurcsány kormány szóvivőjével. 2023-ban SZJA1%-od ajánld fel a Partizán számára!https://szja1.partizanmedia.hu/Támogasd te is a Partizán munkáját!https://csapat.partizanmedia.hu/fundraising/partizan/Iratkozz fel a Partizán hírlevelére:https://csapat.partizanmedia.hu/forms/partizan-feliratkozasHol találsz meg minket?Youtube-on: https://www.youtube.com/c/Partiz%C3%A1nm%C3%A9diaFacebookon: https://facebook.com/partizanpolitika/Facebook-csoportunkban: https://www.facebook.com/groups/partizantarsalgoInstagramon: https://www.instagram.com/partizanpolitika/Hogyan támogathatod a munkánkat?Május 22-ig rendelkezz SZJA 1%-odról a Partizán alapítvány számára:Név: Partizán Rendszerkritikus Tartalomelőállításért AlapítványAdószám: 19286031-2-42Legyél a patronálónk, hogy hozzáférj a vágatlan adásokhoz és extra tartalmainkhoz: https://www.patreon.com/partizanpolitikaPayPal-on keresztül is várjuk az adományodat, e-mail címünk: email@example.comEgyszeri vagy rendszeres banki átutalással is segíthetsz! Ehhez a legfontosabb adatok:Név: Partizán AlapítványSzámlaszám: 16200106-11669030-00000000Közlemény: TámogatásHa külföldről utalnál, nemzetközi számlaszámunk/IBAN (International Bank Account Number): HU68 1620 0106 1166 9030 0000 0000BIC/SWIFT-kód: HBWEHUHB
Kai prieš penkiolika metų Vilniaus žydė Amit Goldman ėjo Gedimino prospektu su drauge, ant jų spjovė skinhedas. Šiandien jai atėjus į barą su žydais studentais Vilniaus senamiestyje juos pasitiko energingu „shalom“. Antisemitizmas Lietuvoje, iš pirmo žvilgsnio, nyksta. „Žinau, kad yra žmonių, kurie Lietuvą mato kaip krauju suteptą žemę ir niekada čia nevažiuos. Bet dabar rakursas pasikeitęs. Lietuvos žmonėms Lietuvos žydai tampa smalsu“, – NARA podkastui sako Amit, buvusi Europos žydų studentų sąjungos viceprezidentė, dabartinė Lietuvos žydų bendruomenės tarybos narė. Šis pokalbis, kurį veda NARA žurnalistas Karolis Vyšniauskas, yra mūsų naujos partnerystės su Lietuvos žmogaus teisių centru pirmasis kūrinys. Dviejų podkasto epizodų ir dviejų video dokumentikų serijoje kalbėsimės su žmonėmis iš Lietuvos visuomenės audinyje nuo seno labiausiai atskirtų etninių bendruomenių – žydų ir romų. Pamatykite fotografijas: https://nara.lt/lt/articles-lt/amit-goldman Palaikykite NARA darbą: https://contribee.com/nara
When you have an email list, you have a built-in audience for selling your course...but what if you don't have one? In this episode of the Course Wizards podcast, Amit and Chris talk about their favorite ways to sell your course, even if you don't have an email list yet!Links:Apps for Authors - https://writing.fyi/appsNew Zenler - New Zenler - Invite5K Course Launch Blueprint - $5K Course Launch BlueprintCourse Launch Secrets Facebook Group - Log in or sign up to view
Guest: Amit Dogra, President and COO of tru Independence. tru offers an open architecture platform that provides a full suite of services that advisors need to manage and grow their business effectively. In a Nutshell: In 2022, I crunched the numbers from Charles Schwab's 2022 RIA Benchmarking Study and spotted an alarming trend: net organic revenue growth is almost non-existent in our industry. Solving that problem isn't just a matter of running a better marketing campaign or asking clients for more referrals. It requires an understanding that every facet of your organization is interconnected and must be thoughtfully designed to support and reinforce your ultimate aim. Amit Dogra and I discuss: Six specific areas that leaders need to focus on to build a highly functional, growth-minded firm. The relationship between total client experience and organic growth. Using your Why Story to enhance your culture and deepen your connection to employees and clients. The question tru Independence is asking itself as it redefines its purpose. How leaders and entrepreneurs should think about their responsibilities when it comes to driving growth. Why it's worth investing in relationships even if there isn't a direct “dollars and cents” ROI. Why Amit believes advisor technology is heading toward what he calls “experience as a service” that's part of a “single source code” instead of best of breed or integrated but separate applications. Building excellent service around your team's unique skillsets. How Amit fosters a curious spirit that helps him see the big picture and connect some surprising dots. Resources Related to This Episode Elliot Weissbluth on building $30 billion RIA HighTower Amit chuckled when I mentioned Elliot's habit of “firing” himself at the end of every year — turns out he encouraged people who worked for him to do the same! Elliot Weissbluth on management: Fire yourself every year I dug into Elliot's methods and philosophy a little deeper in this article I wrote for InvestmentNews. Deconstructing Amazon's Massive Growth by Working Backwards with Bill Carr Amit is an admirer of Amazon's leadership principles, and I talked to one of the company's key executives about the insights, stories, and secrets that propelled Amazon to the top. Building an Interconnected Technology Future Ainslie Simmonds, President of Pershing X, talked to me about how an interconnected suite of financial applications could help advisors spend more time doing what they do best: delivering human-to-human interactions. The Digital Money Advisor Podcast Amit says you don't have to believe in Bitcoin. But you do have to have an informed opinion when your clients come to you with questions. In this year-long podcast series, I talked to leading thinkers in the crypto space.
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This week, please join authors Marc Sabatine and Prakriti Gaba, as well as Associate Editor Amit Khera, as they discuss the article "Association Between Achieved Low-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Levels and Long-Term Cardiovascular and Safety Outcomes: An Analysis of FOURIER-OLE." Dr Greg Hundley: Welcome listeners, to this April 18th issue of Circulation on the Run and I am Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor, Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Dr Peder Myhre: And I'm Dr. Peder Myhre, Social Media Editor from Akershus University Hospital and University of Oslo. Dr Greg Hundley: Peder, today's feature discussion, very interesting. We're going to evaluate the association between what's achieved with LDL cholesterol lowering, and then also long-term cardiovascular and safety outcomes. But before we get to that, how about we grab a cup of coffee and discuss some of the other articles in the issue? Would you like to go first? Dr Peder Myhre: Yes, Greg. I would love to. And the first paper is from the World of Preclinical Science and it comes to us from corresponding author, Jan Magnus Aronsen from University of Oslo in Norway. And perhaps, as you know, Greg, cardiomyocyte contraction and relaxation depend on the activity of the sarcoplasmic reticulum CA+2 ATPase 2, abbreviated SERCA2, and lowered levels or reduced activity of SERCA2, as seen in chronic heart failure, weakens contractile force and delays relaxation and no available therapy involves direct manipulation of the SERCA2 activity. And Greg, phosphodiesterase 3A is proposed to be present in the SERCA2 interactome limit SERCA2 activity and disruption of phosphodiesterase 3A from SERCA2 might thus be a strategy to develop SERCA2 activators. And in this study, the authors investigated and mapped SERCA2 and phosphodiesterase 3A and assessed this in experiments assessing the binding between these two in cardiomyocytes and in vesicles. Dr Greg Hundley: Wow Peder, sounds very interesting. So what did they find and how about the clinical implications of the findings? Dr Peder Myhre: So Greg phosphodiesterase 3A bounded directly to SERCA2 in the cardiomyocyte. So that's the first finding. Second, they demonstrated that SERCA2 phosphodiesterase 3A disruption increased SERCA2 activity independently of the catalytic activity of phosphodiesterase 3A in both normal and failing cardiomyocytes. And third, SERCA2 activity by the optimized SERCA2 phosphodiesterase 3A disruptor peptide OPT F reduced mortality and improved contractility after aortic binding in mice. So the clinical implication is that direct targeting of phosphodiesterase 3A binding to SERCA2 could be a novel approach to increase SERCA2 activity and thus cardiac contractility in patients with heart failure. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice Peder. What a great new finding in the world of preclinical science. Well my paper is going to delve into the world of clinical science and involves patients with stroke. So Peder in this study led by corresponding author, Dr. Dileep Yavagal from University of Miami Miller School of Medicine performed a survey in 75 countries through the Mission Thrombectomy 2020+ Global Network between November of 2020 and February of 2021 to determine the availability of mechanical thrombectomy for large vessel occlusion in patients with stroke. Now Peder, the primary endpoints were the current annual mechanical thrombectomy availability, the mechanical thrombectomy operator availability and the mechanical thrombectomy center availability. All of these availabilities were defined as the proportion of estimated large vessel occlusion for patients receiving mechanical thrombectomy in a given region annually. Dr Peder Myhre: Okay, Greg, so this is really an access question. So in essence, what is the availability of mechanical thrombectomy worldwide? So what did they find? Dr Greg Hundley: Right, great Peder. So what they found, the authors received 887 responses from 67 countries and low-income countries had 88% lower mechanical thrombectomy availability compared to high-income countries. The global mechanical thrombectomy operator availability was 16.5% of optimal, and the mechanical thrombectomy center availability was only 20.8% optimal. And with these results, the authors indicate that global cooperation and targeted region-specific public health interventions, including all stakeholders involved in stroke care delivery, are really needed to rapidly increase access to this brain-saving and disability-sparing treatment with mechanical thrombectomy really worldwide. Dr Peder Myhre: Oh wow. What a beautiful summary, Greg. Thank you so much. And we also have some other interesting papers in the mailbag today. We have an exchange of letters between Dr. Yang and Dr. O'Donoghue regarding the article “Long Term evolocumab in Patients with Established Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease.” Dr Greg Hundley: Great Peder, and also Professor Perera has a Frontiers article entitled “Unloading the Left Ventricle in Venoarterial ECMO in Who, When and How?” and then finally there's a Research Letter from Professor Verma entitled “Prevalence of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Risk in the Middle East and Africa: The Primary results of the PACT-MEA Study.” Well Peder, how about we jump to that feature discussion? Dr Peder Myhre: Can't wait. Dr Greg Hundley: Welcome listeners to this feature discussion on April 18th and we have with us today Prakriti Gaba and Marc Sabatine from Brigham and Women's Hospital and our own associate editor, Dr. Amit Khera. Welcome everyone. Well Marc, we'll start with you. Can you describe for us some of the background information that really helps constitute the preparation of your study and what was the hypothesis that you wanted to address? Dr. Marc Sabatine: Yeah, thanks Greg and thanks for having us. So we've seen in a variety of epidemiologic cohorts the association between LDL cholesterol and the risk of adverse cardiovascular events like in Framingham Heart Study and UK Biobank. But in those cohorts, in these industrial societies, we don't have the benefit of lots of data in individuals with very low levels of LDL cholesterol and so we had the opportunity with the FOURIER study that was the randomized comparison of evolocumab PCSK9 inhibitor versus placebo to get patients down to extremely low levels of LDL cholesterol and evolocumab. We were able to get individuals down to about 30 mg/dL. And so in addition to all the studies we've done showing the comparison of evolocumab to placebo, we also then had the chance to use FOURIER, and as you'll hear from PK, FOURIER-OLE, the open-label extension, as a cohort to then examine patients' new baseline, if you will, their new achieved LDL cholesterol and then it's association not only with cardiovascular events but safety events. And so the hypothesis is that there would be a relationship with the lower the LDL cholesterol, the lower the risk of cardiovascular events and we wanted to explore how far down that went. And then the second one for safety would be that there wouldn't be any association between low levels of LDL cholesterol and a variety of safety outcomes that rightly or wrongly people have ascribed to low levels of LDL cholesterol. Dr Greg Hundley: Thanks so much, Marc. Well listeners, now we're going to turn to PK, the first author, on this very interesting paper and PK, Marc mentioned to us the FOURIER-OLE study. Maybe describe for us here your study design and then what specifically was your study population? Dr. Prakriti Gaba (PK): Yeah, definitely. Thanks so much for the introduction. So the study population included 27,564 patients with stable atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and LDL cholesterol levels that were greater than or equal to 70 mg/dL or non-HDL cholesterol greater than or equal to a 100 mg/dL on statin therapy. The patients who then went on to the FOURIER-OLE or the open-label extension part of the trial consisted of about 6,635 patients. And so in this study we essentially evaluated the combination of those populations in 2 separate analyses. We then categorized patients according to 6 pre-specified bins based on their achieved LDL cholesterol levels at designated time points and those ranged from LDL levels of less than 20 mg/dL all the way up to 100 mg/dL. And then we looked at their baseline characteristics and evaluated the cardiovascular and safety outcomes that Dr. Sabatine mentioned earlier. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice PK. Well we've got a great listening audience today and they're anxious to hear your study results, so can you share those with us please? Dr. Prakriti Gaba (PK): Definitely. So over the course of more than 77,000 patient years of follow-up, we found that there was a monotonic relationship between achieving lower LDL cholesterol levels down to very low levels of less than 20 mg/dL and a lower annualized risk of the primary efficacy endpoint, which was a composite of 5 individual endpoints. We also found that there was a similar relationship observed between lower LDL achieved, LDL cholesterol levels and a lower annualized risk of the secondary efficacy endpoint, and then when we looked at safety, there were actually no clear monotonic trends between lower achieved LDL levels and the risk of any of the 8 adverse events and these included things like serious adverse events, hemorrhagic stroke or muscle related events. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice PK and I'm sure our listeners are wanting to know, did you find any discrepancy in your results based on either age or gender? Dr. Prakriti Gaba (PK): That's an excellent question, and we did look at age and gender throughout. I think across the board the results were pretty consistent, but additional subanalyses will further address this question. Dr Greg Hundley: Very good. Well listeners now we're going to turn to one of our associate editors, Dr. Amit Khera, who has helped move this article through the process of evaluation with the editorial team. Amit, you have many papers come across your desk, what attracted you to this paper and then how do we put this study's results really in the context of other studies that have sought to dramatically lower LDL cholesterol? Dr. Amit Khera: Well first thanks a lot Greg for allowing me to participate today. I want to congratulate Drs. Gaba and Sabatine on a fantastic paper and the minute I saw it, and you know can tell when you've done this for a while what's a great paper, and this one certainly is and we work closely with them to try to make it better and enhance the analyses and as a group, I think we achieved that. I was fortunate to write an accompanying editorial that you'll see. So I got to take a pretty deep dive in this paper and I want to just talk about sort of what's important here, why is this important, and I think as Dr. Gaba mentioned, there's two sides to this. There's the efficacy side where you talk about LDL lowering and getting to very low levels. Now mind you, they got to, what I call, ultra low levels, even explored for a down to a median of 7 mg/dL, so really, really low. And first I think what our listeners need to know when we look at guidelines, these numbers of 70 or 55, these are completely arbitrary and they're based on what was observed in clinical trials, what was achieved in high intensity versus moderate intensity statins in IMPROVE-IT. There's no biology behind that, and I think what this study does is reminds us there is no biology behind how low we need to go. This group previously published their shorter-term data approximately 2 years with this construct of lower is better and I think that's fine, but people worry, particularly on the safety side about extension, and we'll get to that in a minute, so where this fits is it gives us even more reassurance that lower is better, reminds us there's no biologic basis of that even down to very low levels. And so what does that mean? I think that comes back to guidelines. We have some discrepancy between European, ACC, Multisociety Guidelines that are around 55 and so from a guideline perspective, I think we'll see a little bit more enthusiasm about lower cut points or lower thresholds. And from a clinical standpoint, as a clinician it reminds me that when I see someone that's very high risk, there's no magic to achieving a number that if the risk is high, we need to be quite intensive and get their LDL down as low as possible and as safely as possible. I do want to also acknowledge, there's not, to your point about context, the IMPROVE-IT study also showed very low levels show additional efficacy and there's also a lot of other data, genetics and ecologic data supporting this. So this is... we look at Bayesian analysis that this is consistent that we're seeing across different platforms. I do want to talk about safety too, Greg. That's really important because honestly this is when it comes to patient level, the safety part of it. We as clinicians may have comfort with very low levels, but the safety is important. I also want to, just from a steady design, this is post-hoc, so those that achieve very low levels are different. You can see that in their table 1, but these investigators did lots of things. They did pretty extensive multi-variable analysis, they looked at time-dependent LDLs, they looked at it multiple different ways, but as mentioned, there really did not seem to be a safety signal. And this is where time matters. Safety in two years, interesting, but safety 5 to 8 years really offers us much more reassurance. So I think that's where this really comes in about that safety piece with the extended analysis. So again, I think from a guideline perspective, from a clinical perspective, there's so many implications from this paper and I really hope people take the time to take a deep dive and also put it in context, like you said, to the other literature where this is not standalone, but it's corroborating what we're seeing. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice, amit. Marc, I want to come back to you, just two quick questions thinking about the preparation of your study. One, did you sample cognition? One thing we hear about frequently in dramatic lowering of LDL cholesterol are questions around cognition, particularly in the elderly? Dr. Marc Sabatine: Yeah, it's a great question Greg. So first of all, in the FOURIER study itself, there was an embedded study called EBBINGHAUS that Bob Giugliano from our group led that actually did formal neurocognitive testing in individuals using basically a iPad-like test. We also collected the usual neurocognitive adverse events as part of safety collecting. So 2 ways, the general asking about any adverse events and then the specific neurocognitive testing. We had previously reported out the results of EBBINGHAUS that there wasn't any relationship between evolocumab and the low LDL cholesterol and the risk of any neurocognitive AEs. We just were able to recently do this OLE analysis over time for the major adverse cardiovascular events and for the general safety events including cognition, so all that looked good. As PK indicated, we're now digging into the EBBINGHAUS formal neurocognitive testing, which was also extended out. So stay tuned for those results. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice. And then eligibility, maybe just walk us through that really quickly. Patients that are going to be randomized to this form of therapy, were they already on high-dose statins? Who exactly did we randomize in this trial? Dr. Marc Sabatine: Yeah, so at the get-go, as PK indicated, these are patients with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, so they had a prior MI, prior stroke, symptomatic PAD. They were to be on an optimized lipid-lowering regimen, optimized statin therapy, so for close to 70%, that was a high-intensity statin. We had a small percentage on ezetimibe, but that's because we hadn't yet published the results of the IMPROVE-IT trial that Amit mentioned when we were enrolling in FOURIER, but it was a well-treated population on statin therapy. So these results would apply to your typical patient with ASCVD who's on a good statin regimen. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice. Well, listeners now we're going to go back to both of our authors and investigators, as well as Dr. Khera. PK we'll start with you. What do you see as the next study to really be performed in this sphere of research? Dr. Prakriti Gaba (PK): I think that's an excellent question. I think with the data presented here now we know that the lower the LDL, the lower the risk of adverse cardiovascular events and that having a low LDL is safe in the long term. I think moving forward, as Dr. Khera mentioned, there needs to be a shift of these recommendations into the guidelines. So I think additional studies confirming these findings is what we need, but we do have the evidence available. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice. And Marc? Dr. Marc Sabatine: Yeah, and I agree with PK of course. I think there's a couple things that we want to look at. We had looked in the parent FOURIER trial and found some groups who were higher risk, who seemed to have a bigger benefit early on, and those by and large were people who had a lot of athero. But as Amit indicated that the parent FOURIER trial was relatively short at about in two and a quarter years median follow up, and so now we have the benefit of an additional half decade of follow up in a subset of people and so now we're starting to look through and see the subgroups where we saw some differential benefit and this was a paper we published in circulation soon after we published the primary results of FOURIER. Now we have the ability to go through and look at those same subgroups and see what happens now with an additional 5 years. And so that'll be quite interesting, I think, to see how those groups play out now over time. I think as Amit indicated, time is critical. We know the benefit of lipid lowering really tends to grow with time. We saw that in FOURIER, we saw that in FOURIER-OLE and then as Amit indicated, I think for safety also it's now very reassuring, being able to go out to not two and a half years, but 5, 6, 7, 8 years of safety follow up. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice. Well, listeners we're next going to turn to Dr. Khera. I'm going to put him on the spot a little bit. I don't know if many of you know he's a cardiologist with expertise in primary prevention. So here we've really focused today, I think, on a very unique set of results in secondary prevention. Amit, as you think about studies to be performed in the future, is there a role for really lowering LDL cholesterol as a primary prevention target? Dr. Amit Khera: The short answer is absolutely. I think, to be fair, you can't necessarily directly extrapolate these results 'cause it's a secondary prevention population, but I think if we step back for a second, is there any reason I think this wouldn't work in primary prevention, there's not, and I think there's tons of genetic data, tons of other long-term data that suggests that lower is better than primary prevention. I think the challenge, as you know, is just from primary prevention is it's just about the number that you need to treat and primary prevention is pretty profound in terms of to lower events. So this is where the trade-off comes. I think even in their study, we do have to appreciate while lower is better, when you have very low levels and you're going to even lower, let's say when you go from in secondary prevention from 50 to 40, as much as that sounds valuable, that delta's pretty small and then the absolute risk reduction is still going to be pretty small for those individuals and that's only magnified in primary prevention. So the short answer is I have no reason to believe that lower is better is not applicable in primary prevention, but I do know that the cost and what entails to get there, you don't get as much return on investment. I do want to say one last thing though. We're talking about lower is better, and I know these investigators know this well, but it's not only just how low but how long and I think that's where primary prevention about to go to clinic and I play the long game for primary prevention that we know we've magnified these benefits over the long term and even a little bit early in life can pay off long dividends. So that's how I look at it. Dr Greg Hundley: Very nice. Well, listeners we want to thank Dr. Prakriti Gaba, Dr. Marc Sabatine, both from Brigham and Women's Hospital and also our own associate editor, Dr. Amit Khera from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center for bringing us this study involving patients with arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease indicating that long-term achievement of lower LDL cholesterol levels down to values less than 20 mg/dL was associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular outcomes and not and not an increase in the risk of significant safety related events. Well, on behalf of Peder, Carolyn and myself, we want to wish you a great week and we will catch you next week on the run. Dr. Greg Hundley: This program is copyright of the American Heart Association 2023. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more, please visit ahajournals.org.
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
Women in India are much more than either bechari, badass or bitch -- and they won't be defined any more by the male gaze. Shaili Chopra joins Amit Varma in episode 325 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss her life, her learnings and why she won't hold back on her anger. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Shaili Chopra on Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Amazon and her own website. 2. Sisterhood Economy -- Shaili Chopra. 3. SheThePeople.tv and GyTree. 4. Let Her Be Angry -- Shaila Chopra's TEDx Talk. 5. Select episodes on The Seen and the Unseen that touched on feminism & gender with Paromita Vohra, Kavita Krishnan, Mrinal Pande, Kavitha Rao, Namita Bhandare, Shrayana Bhattacharya, Mukulika Banerjee, Manjima Bhattacharjya, Nilanjana Roy, Urvashi Butalia, Mahima Vashisht, Alice Evans, Ashwini Deshpande, Natasha Badhwar, Shanta Gokhale, Arshia Sattar and Rohini Nilekani. 6. The Life and Times of Shanta Gokhale — Episode 311 of The Seen and the Unseen. 7. The Argumentative Indian -- Amartya Sen. 8. Jai Arjun Singh Lost It at the Movies — Episode 230 of The Seen and the Unseen. 9. The Life and Times of Abhinandan Sekhri — Episode 254 of The Seen and the Unseen. 10. The Life and Times of Mita Kapur -- Episode 322 of The Seen and the Unseen. 11. Memories and Things — Episode 195 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Aanchal Malhotra). 12. Remnants of a Separation — Aanchal Malhotra. 13. How Social Media Threatens Society — Episode 8 of Brave New World, hosted by Vasant Dhar, featuring Jonathan Haidt. 14. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen on the creator ecosystem with Roshan Abbas, Varun Duggirala, Neelesh Misra, Snehal Pradhan, Chuck Gopal, Nishant Jain, Deepak Shenoy, Abhijit Bhaduri and Gaurav Chintamani. 15. 1000 True Fans — Kevin Kelly. 16. 1000 True Fans? Try 100 — Li Jin. 17. The Life and Times of Mrinal Pande — Episode 263 of The Seen and the Unseen. 18. Mrinal Pande's pieces for Pragati on women in Indian agriculture: 1, 2. 19. Men Must Step Up Now -- Amit Varma. 20. 'What's Your Favourite Position?' -- Shaili Chopra's Instagram post. 21. Imposter Syndrome. 22. Desperately Seeking Shah Rukh — Shrayana Bhattacharya. 23. The Loneliness of the Indian Woman — Episode 259 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shrayana Bhattacharya). 24. Private Truths, Public Lies — Timur Kuran. 25. ‘Let Me Interrupt Your Expertise With My Confidence' — New Yorker cartoon by Jason Adam Katzenstein. 26. The Second Sex — Simone de Beauvoir. 27. The #MeToo Movement — Episode 90 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Supriya Nair & Nikita Saxena). 28. We Should Celebrate Rising Divorce Rates (2008) — Amit Varma. 29. The Loneliness of the Indian Man — Episode 303 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Nikhil Taneja). 30. Womaning in India With Mahima Vashisht -- Episode 293 of The Seen and the Unseen. 31. The Raja Beta Syndrome — Mahima Vashisht. 32. Immanuel Kant's Categorical Imperative. 33. Ways of Seeing -- John Berger. 34. Films, Feminism, Paromita — Episode 155 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Paromita Vohra). 35. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Dabangg, Mardaani, Badhaai Ho, Badhaai Do, Astitva and Lust Stories. 36. Alice Munro, Marilynne Robinson, Mary Oliver and JK Rowling. 39. Everybody Lies — Seth Stephens-Davidowitz. 40. Early Indians — Episode 112 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Tony Joseph). 41. Early Indians — Tony Joseph. 42. Who We Are and How We Got Here — David Reich. 43. Alice Evans Studies the Great Gender Divergence — Episode 297 of The Seen and the Unseen. 44. The Life and Work of Ashwini Deshpande -- Episode 298 of The Seen and the Unseen. 45. Women at Work — Ep 132 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Namita Bhandare). 46. The Code Breaker -- Walter Isaacson. 47. Lessons in Chemistry -- Bonnie Garmus. 48. Caste -- Isabel Wilkerson. 49. Normal People -- Sally Rooney. 50. Conversations with Friends -- Sally Rooney. 51. Red, White & Royal Blue -- Casey McQuiston. 52. Curry -- Lizzie Cunningham. 53. Figuring -- Maria Popova. 54. The Marginalian -- Maria Popova's website. 55. Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary -- Anita Anand. 56. Hello, Mum -- Polly Dunbar. 57. Bruno Mars, Blue, Michael Jackson, Amjad Ali Khan, Shobha Gurtu, Shubha Mudgal and Kishori Amonkar on Spotify. 58. Chor Bazari, Prem Ki Naiyya and Girls Like To Swing. 59. Waka Waka -- Shakira. 60. Valeria, Unauthorised Living, Monarca, and High Seas. 61. Sitting Woman -- Henri Matisse. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘The Sisterhood' by Simahina.
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When creating courses or just getting stuff done, we all have our favorite apps. In this episode of the Course Wizards podcast, Amit and Chris talk about the apps they just can't live without...apps you're sure to love too!Links:Apps for Authors - https://writing.fyi/appsNew Zenler - New Zenler - Invite5K Course Launch Blueprint - $5K Course Launch BlueprintCourse Launch Secrets Facebook Group - Log in or sign up to view
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
Agyeya was a writer, a rebel, a soldier, a lover-- and a man who shaped modern Hindi literature. Akshaya Mukul joins Amit Varma in episode 324 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about the life of this remarkable man -- as well as the art of biography and the state of the nation. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Akshaya Mukul on Amazon and Twitter. 2. Writer, Rebel, Soldier, Lover: The Many Lives of Agyeya -- Akshaya Mukul. 3. Gita Press and the Making of Hindu India -- Akshaya Mukul. 4. The Gita Press and Hindu Nationalism — Episode 139 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Akshaya Mukul). 5. Agyeya on Wikipedia, Amazon, Kavitakosh and Hindwi. 6. Shekhar: Ek Jeevani (Hindi) (English) -- Agyeya. 7. Dunning-Kruger Effect. 8. Poker at Lake Wobegon — Amit Varma. 9. Listen, The Internet Has SPACE -- Amit Varma. 10. Siddharth Chowdhury on Amazon. 11. The Power Broker — Robert Caro. 12. The Death and Life of Great American Cities — Jane Jacobs. 13. Working: Researching, Interviewing, Writing -- Robert Caro. 14. Robert Caro on Amazon. 15. John Richardson's books on Pablo Picasso. 16. Sontag: Her Life and Work -- Benjamin Moser. 17. Why This World: A Biography of Clarice Lispector -- Benjamin Moser. 18. Stephen Kotkin's volumes on Joseph Stalin. 19. Hilary Spurling's volumes on Henri Matisse. 20. India After Gandhi -- Ramachandra Guha. 21. Gandhi Before India -- Ramachandra Guha. 22. Here And Hereafter: Nirmal Verma's Life in Literature -- Nirmal Verma. 23. Ian Kershaw's books on Adolf Hitler. 24. Listen, The Internet Has SPACE — Amit Varma. 25. Why Are My Episodes so Long? -- Amit Varma. 26. The Life and Times of Jerry Pinto — Episode 314 of The Seen and the Unseen. 27. To the Book -- WS Merwin. 28. Gajanan Madhav Muktibodh, Raghuvir Sahay, Nagarjun, Maithili Sharan Gupt and Jainendra Kumar. 29. Frida: The Biography of Frida Kahlo -- Hayden Herrera. 30. Maya C Popa, Ilya Kaminsky, Mary Oliver, Nâzım Hikmet, Nizar Qabbani and Forugh Farrokhzad. 31. Francis Newton Souza, VS Gaitonde and Krishen Khanna. 32. A Life in Indian Politics — Episode 149 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Jayaprakash Narayan). 33. The Shah Bano case. 34. Hindi Modernism: Rethinking Agyeya and His Times -- Edited by Vasudha Dalmia. 35. Raw Umber : A Memoir -- Sara Rai. 36. Sara Rai Inhales Literature — Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 37. The email conversation between Pankaj Mishra and Amit Chaudhuri. 38. Rahul Sankrityayan on Wikipedia and Amazon. 39. Jahnavi and the Cyclotron -- Episode 319 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Jahnavi Phalkey). 40. Everybody Lies — Seth Stephens-Davidowitz. 41. Frank Sinatra Has a Cold -- Gay Talese. 42. Also a Poet: Frank O'Hara, My Father, and Me -- Ada Calhoun. 43. Sunita -- Jainendra Kumar. 44. Song of Myself, 51 -- Walt Whitman. 45. Tar Saptak. 46. Suraj Ka Saatwaan Ghoda -- Dharamvir Bharti. 47. Patrick French on Amazon and Wikipedia. 48. Leon Edel and James Atlas. 49. The Art of Biography No 1 -- Leon Edel interviewed by Jeanne McCulloch for Paris Review.50. Delmore Schwartz: The Life of an American Poet -- James Atlas. 51. The Shadow in the Garden: A Biographer's Tale -- James Atlas. 52. The Most of Nora Ephron -- Nora Ephron. 53. What Makes Women Happy -- Fay Weldon. 54. Keeda Jadi Ki Khoj Mein -- Anil Yadav. 55. Bhuvanesh Komkali, Mukul Shivputra, Amir Khan and Alladiya Khan. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘The Writing on the Wall' by Simahina.
Find out more about Amit and Kim and our guests at: www.the-incubator.org/119/____________________________________________________________________As always, feel free to send us questions, comments or suggestions to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the show through instagram or twitter, @nicupodcast. Or contact Ben and Daphna directly via their twitter profiles: @drnicu and @doctordaphnamd. enjoy!This podcast is proudly sponsored by Chiesi.
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Imman and Amit recap the loss to the Celtics and discuss the following:-Jeff Dowtin Jr. and Nick Nurse's future with the Raptors-How the Raptors match up against the Bulls and other play-in teams-O.G. Anunoby's recent play and signs of being more than a 3 and D player Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Have a blog but don't know why no one's reading it? In this episode of the Course Wizards podcast, Amit and Chris talk about how to use Google Search Console to gain insights into your blog's effectiveness--and put it over the top.Links:Apps for Authors - https://writing.fyi/appsNew Zenler - New Zenler - Invite5K Course Launch Blueprint - $5K Course Launch BlueprintCourse Launch Secrets Facebook Group - Log in or sign up to view
Creation for Liberation Podcast
In this episode, Amit and Chetna talk about: Putting ourselves in roles or boxes with the labels and identifiers we use to introduce ourselves How the ego relates to over-identification and control Defending our ideas and needing to protect them as a cause of suffering The ego's need for security and its nature of insecurity Compassion for the ego and how it tries to help us be secure Finding security and connection beyond the ego by discovering what wants to come through us in this life Amit's concept of “drift” as our inclinations/instincts and to practice it with devotion Self-forgetfulness and transcending ego The practice of collaborating with (rather than controlling) flow as a way of decolonizing creativity Listening as an essential part of creative process, and honing our sensitivity to get to the subtlety of experience Perfectionism versus self-defined excellence The art of the subconscious as intuition and intuition in the body Ego's tendency to what to “know” and “understand” as a way of control Creativity even as an expression of play without knowing or understanding, without trying to control it The balance of trying less versus forcing, and the yin/yang of showing up to try less Find: Amit on IG @findingawareness or online Chetna on IG @mosaiceye and the podcast @creationforliberation The podcast to watch on youtube Other offerings: Organizational Wellness: bring a mindful and expressive arts engagement to your people Boundaries for Love: A 4-Month Support Group for Women & Non-Binary femmes Work 1:1 with Chetna for creative reclamation and authentic expression
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
What happened at SVB? Is our banking system in crisis? What are we to make of our economy? Ajay Shah and Mohit Satynanand join Amit Varma in episode 323 of The Seen and the Unseen to tackle these complicated questions and more. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Ajay Shah (Twitter, Substack) and Mohit Satyanand (Twitter, Substack). 2. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Ajay Shah: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. 3. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Mohit Satyanand: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 4. Ajay Shah on currencies and crypto (1, 2, 3), an RBI misstep, the third globalisation, NBFCs and banks (1, 2), digital payments, the resolution corporation (1, 2), interest rate mismatch, voting in the MPC, the importance of low and stable inflation and the mispricing of risks. 5. Two Economic Crises (2008 & 2019) — Episode 135 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Mohit Satynanand). 6. The State of Our Economy -- Episode 252 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Puja Mehra and Mohit Satyanand). 7. The Importance of Finance -- Episode 125 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ajay Shah). 8. The Art and Science of Economic Policy — Episode 154 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vijay Kelkar & Ajay Shah). 9. In Service of the Republic — Vijay Kelkar & Ajay Shah. 10. Josh Felman Tries to Make Sense of the World -- Episode 321 of The Seen and the Unseen. 11. The Importance of the 1991 Reforms — Episode 237 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Ajay Shah). 12. The Forgotten Greatness of PV Narasimha Rao — Episode 283 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vinay Sitapati). 13. The Life and Times of Montek Singh Ahluwalia — Episode 285 of The Seen and the Unseen. 14. The Long Road From Neeyat to Neeti — Episode 313 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pranay Kotasthane and Raghu S Jaitley). 15. Elite Imitation in Public Policy — Episode 180 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Alex Tabarrok). 16. Premature Imitation and India's Flailing State — Shruti Rajagopalan & Alexander Tabarrok. 17. Public Opinion — Walter Lippman. 18. The World Outside and the Pictures in our Heads — Walter Lippman. 19. Watching the Wheels -- John Lennon. (Amit also loves Chris Cornell's version.) 20. You're Missing — Bruce Springsteen. 21. The End of Silicon Valley (Bank) -- Ben Thompson on Stratechery. 22. This Banking Crisis Won't Wreck the Economy -- Tyler Cowen. 23. SVB Took the Wrong Risks -- Matt Levine. 24. Lombard Street: A Description of the Money Market -- Walter Bagehot. 25. Moral Hazard and the Cantillon Effect. 26. Beware of the Useful Idiots — Amit Varma. 27. The Use of Knowledge in Society — Friedrich Hayek. 28. Austrian Economics: An Introduction -- Steven Horwitz. 29. Friedrich Hayek: The ideas and influence of the libertarian economist -- Eamonn Butler. 30.The End of History? — Francis Fukuyama's essay. 31. The End of History and the Last Man — Francis Fukuyama's book. 32. Chip War: The Fight for the World's Most Critical Technology -- Chris Miller. 33. The Double ‘Thank-You' Moment — John Stossel. 34. Why Pramila Devi Uses Her Chappals Sparingly -- Sayantan Bera. 35. Where Are the Customers' Yachts? -- Fred Schwed Jr. 36. South India Would Like to Have a Word — Episode 320 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Nilakantan RS). 37. Jimi Hendrix on YouTube Music, Spotify and Wikipedia. 38. Neil Young on YouTube Music, Spotify and Wikipedia. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘The Madness of Money' by Simahina.
No Politics at the Dinner Table - Podcast
Brothers-in-law Amit and Tony talk confidentiality, secrets, and top secrets...and whatever other superlatives that somehow beat out top secrets with historian Matthew Connelly. Matt comes on to talk about his new book The Declassification Engine: What History Reveals about America's Top Secrets, and it's a must-listen and must-read.
No Politics at the Dinner Table - Podcast
Brothers-in-law Amit and Tony talk Trump indictment and its relative meaning--good, bad, and probably definitely ugly. The main event, however, is the recent scrutiny of TikTok at the Capitol and social media in general in Utah.
Today on the Ether we have a Kujira chinwag with codehans, Dead Right Dove, cryptoslang, and special guests MantaDAO, Thx to the King of Rio, Dozzin, Amit, and c3drik The ShrimpWhal. Recorded on March 30th 2023. If you enjoy the music at the end of the episodes, you can find the albums streaming on Spotify, and the rest of your favorite streaming platforms. Check out Project Survival, Virus Diaries, and Plan B wherever you get your music. Thank you to everyone in the community who supports TerraSpaces.
Uncle Beppe returns after 2 years to give us a gem of an episode. The boys, including viewer Amit, ask Beppe about his Juventus channel work, and life outside the studio.
Ready to have a blog in 2023 but don't know where to start? In this episode of the Course Wizards podcast, Amit and Chris discuss several ways you can start a blog and Amit gets a bit technical, revealing a way to install a WordPress blog on a super-affordable server!Links:Apps for Authors - https://writing.fyi/appsNew Zenler - https://www.newzenler.com/invite/zmnfZZ5K Course Launch Blueprint - https://getnzlr.com/5k-launch-blueprintCourse Launch Secrets Facebook Group - facebook.com/courselaunchsecrets
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
She's been an author, an entrepreneur, a literary agent, an organiser of events and a mother -- but her finest achievement is perhaps her making of herself. Mita Kapur joins Amit Varma in episode 322 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about the life she has lived, and what it has taught her. Much talk of writing, food, patriarchy and motherhood. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Mita Kapur at Siyahi, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and her own website. 2. The F Word -- Mita Kapur. 3. Siyahi -- A Literary Consultancy. 4. The Prem Panicker Files — Episode 217 of The Seen and the Unseen. 5. Sara Rai Inhales Literature — Episode 255 of The Seen and the Unseen. 6. Objects Speak to Annapurna Garimella — Episode 257 of The Seen and the Unseen. 7. The Business of Books — Episode 150 of The Seen and the Unseen (w VK Karthika). 8. Lessons from an Ankhon Dekhi Prime Minister — Amit Varma's column on reading. 9. The Life and Times of Nilanjana Roy — Episode 284 of The Seen and the Unseen. 10. Harry Potter, Twilight and the Rick Riordan books. 11. Mills and Boon on Wikipedia, Amazon and their own website. 12. Writer, Rebel, Soldier, Lover: The Many Lives of Agyeya — Akshaya Mukul. 13. Enid Blyton and Nancy Drew on Amazon. 14. Arthur Hailey, Nathaniel Hawthorne, TS Eliot, Leon Uris, Harold Robbins and James Hadley Chase on Amazon. 15. Wheels -- Arthur Hailey. 16. Lady Doctors: The Untold Stories of India's First Women in Medicine — Kavitha Rao. 17. Kavitha Rao and Our Lady Doctors — Episode 235 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Kavitha Rao). 18. The Incredible Curiosities of Mukulika Banerjee — Episode 276 of The Seen and the Unseen. 19. The Nurture Assumption — Judith Rich Harris. 20. South India Would Like to Have a Word -- Episode 320 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Nilakantan RS). 21. Varun Grover Is in the House — Episode 292 of The Seen and the Unseen. 22. René Girard on Amazon and Wikipedia. 23. Wanting — Luke Burgis. 24. The Loneliness of the Indian Man — Episode 303 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Nikhil Taneja). 25. The Life and Times of Mrinal Pande — Episode 263 of The Seen and the Unseen. 26. This Be The Verse — Philip Larkin. 27. The Life and Times of Shanta Gokhale — Episode 311 of The Seen and the Unseen. 28. India Moving — Chinmay Tumbe. 29. India = Migration — Episode 128 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Chinmay Tumbe). 30. Chuck Palahniuk and Susan Sontag on Amazon. 31. Kitchen -- Banana Yoshimoto. 32. Amitava Kumar Finds the Breath of Life — Episode 265 of The Seen and the Unseen. 33. Karthika Nair and Sampurna Chattarji on Amazon. 34. The Rooted Cosmopolitanism of Sugata Srinivasaraju — Episode 277 of The Seen and the Unseen. 35. My Top 10 Tips for Aspiring YouTubers — Ali Abdaal. 36. Imposter Syndrome. 37. In a Silent Way -- Episode 316 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Gaurav Chintamani). 38. Pavan Varma on Wikipedia and Amazon. 39. Make Me a Canteen for My Soul -- Episode 304 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Sameer Seth and Yash Bhanage). 40. Choco Butterscotch Barks — Amit Varma's favourite dessert of all time. 41. Daastan-e-Dastarkhan: Stories and Recipes from Muslim Kitchens -- Sadaf Hussain. 42. Kishore Kumar, Hemant Kumar, Suzanne Vega, Tom's Diner, Rufus Wainwright, Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk, Harry Styles and Sam Smith on Spotify. 43. The Book of Goose -- Yiyun Li. 44. A Thousand Years of Good Prayers -- Yiyun Li. 45. Valeria, The Cook of Castamar, Daughter From Another Mother, Gentefied and Velvet Colección on Netflix. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘A Girl and Her Books' by Simahina.
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Wow, our little show has crossed a triple century! (Waves mic to audience) (gets scolded by producer) Er... Anyway. In 2015 when Chuck and Naren decided to try a small project, who would have thought that it would still be running 8 years later, with a loyal fanbase and two more hosts? To celebrate the milestone, we call on one of the smartest folks we know - Amit Varma of The Seen & The Unseen fame. The history of our shows are intertwined (something we speak about), and Amit had appeared on the live Episode 100 all those years ago. Now, we're all older, wiser, and (in Amit's case) more successful. We speak about all of this in an episode where goofiness turns to profundity, where Wodehouse quotes segue into virtual hugs. Join in for a celebration of this show! Thank you to all the listeners over the years, and the folks at IVM podcasts for signing us up, tolerating us and making us sound way better than we actually are. Add one part news, one part bad jokes, one part Wikipedia research, one part cult references from spending too much time on the internet, one part Wodehouse quotes, and one part quality puns, and you get Simblified.A weekly podcast to help you appear smarter, to an audience that knows no less! Your four hosts - Chuck, Naren, Srikeit, and Tony attempt to deconstruct topics with humor (conditions apply). Fans of the show have described it as "fun conversations with relatable folks", "irreverent humor", "the funniest thing to come out of Malad West" and "if I give you a good review will you please let me go".Started in 2016 as a creative outlet, Simblified now has over 200 episodes, including some live ones, and some with guests who are much smarter than the hosts. Welcome to the world of Simblified!You can contact the hosts on:Chuck: twitter.com/chuck_gopal / instagram.com/chuckofalltradesNaren: twitter.com/shenoyn / instagram.com/shenoynvTony: twitter.com/notytony / instagram.com/notytonySrikeit: twitter.com/srikeitSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
He's a renowned economist, he's worked in the IMF, he's an Asia specialist and he loves India. Josh Felman joins Amit Varma in episode 321 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about his life, his times, and all that he has learnt about economics and human beings. This episode is co-hosted by Ajay Shah. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out: 1. Josh Felman on Twitter, Project Syndicate, JH Consulting and The Marginal Economist. 2. Why India Can't Replace China -- Arvind Subramanian and Josh Felman. 3. Three Globalization Shocks Could Hurt China and Help India -- Arvind Subramanian and Josh Felman. 4. India's Size Illusion -- Arvind Subramanian and Josh Felman. 5. India's Stalled Rise -- Arvind Subramanian and Josh Felman. 6. Are Intellectuals Killing Convergence? -- Arvind Subramanian and Josh Felman. 7. The Art and Science of Economic Policy — Episode 154 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vijay Kelkar & Ajay Shah) 8. In Service of the Republic — Vijay Kelkar & Ajay Shah.. 9. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen with Ajay Shah: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. 10. The Importance of the 1991 Reforms — Episode 237 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Ajay Shah). 11. The Forgotten Greatness of PV Narasimha Rao — Episode 283 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vinay Sitapati). 12. The Life and Times of Montek Singh Ahluwalia — Episode 285 of The Seen and the Unseen. 13. What a Long Strange Trip It's Been — Episode 188 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Arvind Subramanian). 14. India's Lost Decade — Episode 116 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Puja Mehra). 15. Demystifying GDP — Episode 130 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rajeswari Sengupta). 16. Pandemonium in India's Banks — Episode 212 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Tamal Bandyopadhyay.) 17. The State of Our Economy (Nov 2021) -- Episode 252 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Puja Mehra and Mohit Satyanand.) 18. Taking Stock of Our Economy (May 2021) — Episode 227 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Ila Patnaik). 19. The Indian Economy in 2019 — Episode 153 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Vivek Kaul). 20. Two Economic Crises (2008 & 2019) — Episode 135 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Mohit Satynanand). 21. The Long Road From Neeyat to Neeti -- Episode 313 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pranay Kotasthane and Raghu S Jaitley). 22. Rukmini Sees India's Multitudes — Episode 261 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rukmini S). 23. The Importance of Data Journalism — Episode 196 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rukmini S). 24. Pramit Bhattacharya Believes in Just One Ism — Episode 256 of The Seen and the Unseen. 25. Elite Imitation in Public Policy — Episode 180 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Alex Tabarrok). 26. Maya on IMDb and Wikipedia. 27. The Refreshing Audacity of Vinay Singhal — Episode 291 of The Seen and the Unseen. 28. Stage.in. 29. Why Smart People Believe Stupid Things -- Gurwinder. 30. The Fall of Rome and the End of Civilization -- Bryan Ward-Perkins. 31. Richard Clarida and Thomas Laubach. 32. Thomas Laubach remembered by Ila Patnaik and Ajay Shah. 33. Parkinson's Law — C Northcote Parkinson. 34. That Which is Seen, and That Which is Not Seen — Frédéric Bastiat. 35. A History of European Morals — WEH Lecky. 36. I, Pencil — Leonard Read. 37. SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome — Mary Beard. 38. Mussolini: A Biography — Dennis Mack Smith. 39. Mussolini — RJB Bosworth. 40. The Great Dictator — Charlie Chaplin. 41. The chair-raising scene between Adenoid Hynkel and Benzino Napaloni. 42. Far Far Away on IMDb and Wikipedia — Amos Why. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘A Man, A Dog and the World' by Simahina.
The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
India is run in a top-down way with a Northern bias -- and this is a problem. Nilakantan RS joins Amit Varma in episode 320 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss how and why our Southern states perform so much better -- and are punished for it. Also discussed: virtue ethics, the charms of Madras and the dangers of storytelling. (FOR FULL LINKED SHOW NOTES, GO TO SEENUNSEEN.IN.) Also check out:1. Nilakantan RS on Twitter, YouTube and Instagram. 2. South vs North: India's Great Divide -- Nilakantan RS. 3. Chandrahas Choudhury's Country of Literature — Episode 288 of The Seen and the Unseen. 4. Lessons in Investing (and Life) — Episode 208 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Deepak Shenoy). 5. Crossing Over With Deepak Shenoy -- Episode 271 of The Seen and the Unseen. 6. Amitava Kumar Finds the Breath of Life — Episode 265 of The Seen and the Unseen. 7. Aadha Gaon — Rahi Masoom Raza.. 8. From Cairo to Delhi With Max Rodenbeck — Episode 281 of The Seen and the Unseen. 9. Phineas Gage. 10. The Great Man Theory of History. 11. Pandemonium in India's Banks — Episode 212 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Tamal Bandyopadhyay). 12. Rukmini Sees India's Multitudes — Episode 261 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rukmini S). 13. On Bullshit — Harry Frankfurt. 14. The Facts Do Not Matter — Amit Varma. 15. Facts Don't Matter. Stories do -- Amit Varma. 16. It is immoral to have children. Here's why -- Amit Varma. 17. Better Never to Have Been -- David Benator. 18. Wanting — Luke Burgis. 19. René Girard on Amazon and Wikipedia. 20. The Life and Times of Shanta Gokhale — Episode 311 of The Seen and the Unseen. 21. The Gentle Wisdom of Pratap Bhanu Mehta — Episode 300 of The Seen and the Unseen. 22. Beyond Words: Philosophy, Fiction, and the Unsayable -- Timothy Cleveland. 23. Consider the Hamiltonian. 24. The Life and Times of Jerry Pinto — Episode 314 of The Seen and the Unseen. 25. Murder in Mahim — Jerry Pinto. 26. Mallikarjun Mansur and Bhimsen Joshi on Spotify. 26. Paul Krugman on the internet in 1998. 27. The naked man with an egg -- Amit Varma's prompt and ChatGPT's reply. 28. The Liberal Nationalism of Nitin Pai -- Episode 318 of The Seen and the Unseen. 29. The Rooted Cosmopolitanism of Sugata Srinivasaraju — Episode 277 of The Seen and the Unseen. 30. Adam Gopnik, Michel Martin, Paul Harding and Timothy Gowers. 31. Tinkers -- Paul Harding. 32. Eraserhead -- David Lynch. 33. There's a Name for the Blah You're Feeling: It's Called Languishing -- Adam Grant. 34. The variants on Chess.com. 35. A Summons to Memphis -- Peter Taylor. 36. Virtue Ethics on Wikipedia, Britannica and Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 37. VP Menon: The Unsung Architect of Modern India — Narayani Basu. 38. India's Greatest Civil Servant — Episode 167 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Narayani Basu). 39. A Venture Capitalist Looks at the World — Episode 213 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Sajith Pai). 40. The Indus Valley Playbook — Sajith Pai. 41. Fixing Indian Education — Episode 185 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Karthik Muralidharan). 42. Understanding Indian Healthcare — Episode 225 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Karthik Muralidharan). 43. Karthik Muralidharan Examines the Indian State — Episode 290 of The Seen and the Unseen. 44. Our Unlucky Children (2008) — Amit Varma. 45. Fund Schooling, Not Schools (2007) — Amit Varma. 46. Elite Imitation in Public Policy — Episode 180 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Alex Tabarrok). 47. Centrally Sponsored Government Schemes — Episode 17 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Pranay Kotasthane). 48. Population Is Not a Problem, but Our Greatest Strength — Amit Varma. 49. Arrow's Impossibility Theorem. 50. Athenian Democracy and Socrates. 51. Plato (or Why Philosophy Matters) -- Episode 109 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Rebecca Goldstein). 52. Our Parliament and Our Democracy — Episode 253 of The Seen and the Unseen (w MR Madhavan). 53. The Anti-Defection Law — Episode 13 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Barun Mitra).. 54. Urban Governance in India — Episode 31 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan). 55. Gopal Krishna Gokhale, Mahadev Govind Ranade and Gopal Ganesh Agarkar. 56. Episodes of The Seen and the Unseen on the creator ecosystem with Roshan Abbas, Varun Duggirala, Neelesh Misra, Snehal Pradhan, Chuck Gopal, Nishant Jain, Deepak Shenoy, Abhijit Bhaduri and Gaurav Chintamani. 57. The Walk -- Robert Walser. 58. So Long, See You Tomorrow -- William Maxwell. 59. All Aunt Hagar's Children -- Edward P Jones. 60. The Known World -- Edward P Jones. 61. Slow Man -- JM Coetzee. 62. The Changeling -- Kenzaburo Oe. 63. Earthlings -- Sayaka Murata. 64. Birth of a Theorem -- Cedric Villani. 65. Gilead -- Marilynne Robinson. 66. If I Survive You -- Jonathan Escoffery. 67. Donnie Darko -- Richard Kelly. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: ‘Conflict' by Simahina.