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157. Dealing w/ jealousy & comparison, when their life seems better than yours

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 25:31


In this episode, I chat about: - Mindset shifts to heal jealousy - What to look for when you're on social media - How to handle difficult emotions/triggers - Why your root chakra is important to balance ***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

Happier in Hollywood
Ep. 245: Miracles, Imposters, & Wordle!

Happier in Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 26:09


Movie – and TV! – magic means making miracles happen each day, but sometimes those miracles aren't enough. Liz and Sarah reflect on a remark from famed cinematographer Dante Spinotti that resonates with their current work on Fantasy Island. Then, in Take A Hike, they talk about the daily joy that's sweeping the internet – Wordle! Next, in Amplify, Liz recommends a podcast that takes listeners on the twisty journey of one woman's relationship with a conman – Imposters: The Commander hosted by Abby Ellin. Finally, this week's Hollywood Hack is bloody important: know your blood type! Get in touch on Twitter: @sarahmfain & @elizabethcraft Get in touch on Instagram: @Sfain & @LizCraft Visit our website: https://happierinhollywood.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/HappierinHollywood/ Happier in Hollywood is part of ‘The Onward Project,' a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Happier with Gretchen Rubin, Side Hustle School, Do The Thing, and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler . If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! LINKS Dante Spinotti https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005883/ Women's Murder Club  https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0955353/ Brett Ratner https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0711840/ Scott Winant https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0934525/ Wordle https://www.powerlanguage.co.uk/wordle/ The Washington Post | Opinion: Why Wordle is the perfect game for the moment https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/01/13/wordle-perfect-pandemic-game-together/ Imposters: The Commander https://open.spotify.com/show/35nG81iVW9kbfMkMXkTym6 Duped by Abby Ellin https://www.amazon.com/Duped-Double-Identities-Almost-Married/dp/1610398009 Happier with Gretchen Rubin | Podcast 205: An Interview about False Identities with Abby Ellin https://gretchenrubin.com/podcast-episode/205-a-talk-with-abby-ellin Eldoncard Blood Type Test https://www.amazon.com/Eldoncard-Blood-Type-Test-Complete/dp/B00JFTSPMW/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pixie Dust & Profits
056: Take Advantage of Your Existing Technology

Pixie Dust & Profits

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 12:36


Each week, we come to you with ideas from the Mouse on how you can better run your online business. In this episode, we're discussing Disney's newest rides: Ratatouille, Rise of the Resistance, and Mickey's Runaway Railway.   If you are thinking about starting something brand-spankin' new in your business, listen now to hear how you can use things you already have in your business instead. This way, you can stop chasing the “new and shiny,” and instead get results for your audience and your bottom line. Listen now and discover: Disney's brand “new” rides and what we think about them The Rise of the Resistance and the trackless ride system How to use things you already have to influence your next decisions How to revisit old products or offers to see new potential Your small business takeaways: Amplify the things that are already working in your business rather than taking on brand new projects! Links: Stop Chasing Squirrels Profitable and Productive Party

Chief Executive Connector
154 | Why You Should Amplify Your Mission, Not Your Brand w/ Amber Khan

Chief Executive Connector

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 69:04


You are not just building a product or a company. You are building a community on a mission, and that you know that is what sets you apart, but how do you make the market aware of that?Simple- you call in Amber Khan to amplify it!  We discussed about:- How to avoid having your brand seen as a commodity- The type of content you need to make to stand out for the right reasons- The difference between brand momentum and driving vanity metrics- And much more!Amber works with some of the biggest brand evangelists in the business today.  Come pick her brain about how to get YOUR message across! Connect with Amber!On LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/meetamberkhanHer Website:  repurposeden.com/Connect with ME!Also, I'd love it if you connected with me on LinkedIn or Instagram.Or shoot me an email at youshould@connectwithpablo.com with the "Heard B2B's's Amber Khan" in subject.This that's a genius email address?  Me too, but I didn't come up with it.  It was the idea of my good friend, and super talented web designer, Nathan Ruff.If you want your website redone, updated, and managed with unlimited updates for just $250/month (CRAZY GOOD DEAL RIGHT??), go to Manage My Website and hookup with one of the smartest, most talented guys I've ever met- THE Nathan Ruff.OH! and subscribe to Category Pirates.  It's the smartest thing ever. If you email them and tell them I sent you, you'll get a free month.Support the show (https://connectwithpablo.com)

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How to effortlessly shift yourself out of a funk

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 25:07


In today's episode I am sharing how I get myself of a bad mood or a funk, so that I can show up more powerfully and confidently in my life and business.  Get access to Soul Aligned: 21 days to a more confident & radiant YOU https://www.blissvibesonly.com/soul-aligned ***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

Passion for Dance
44. Dancers: Confidently Amplify Your Personal Brand with Sonja McCord

Passion for Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 40:48


Do you think that being a professional dancer is out of your reach? I definitely thought so as a young dancer, but my guest today taught me a lot about chasing your dreams through being yourself. Joining me today is Sonja McCord, a professional dancer, a marketing expert, and CEO of her own incredible company. Sonja is a classically trained dancer who has performed with  Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Nashville Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and Dance Theatre of Harlem. She is also a pointe shoe specialist for Capezio and has used her marketing expertise to travel internationally to educate, lead, and advise professional dancers, artistic directors, and dance businesses on branding, visibility, marketing, and artist development. Sonja and I talked about having an identity crisis after a professional career ends, building your brand online, being your authentic self and setting clear goals, shaking up the dance industry, and even a little about Beyonce and Lady Gaga.  _____________ Mentioned in today's show: Sonja McCord: dance@thesonjamccordx.com  www.thesonjamccordx.com @STARRINGSONJA @THESONJAMCCORDX Mental Skills Workshops with Chelsea https://chelseapierotti.com/services __________ Did you enjoy today's episode? Please leave a rating and review on Apple podcasts! Be sure to snap a screenshot and tag me on instagram @dr.chelsea.pierotti as you're listening to the episode.  Check out the full Show Notes, including episode highlights, key takeaways, exclusive resources, and more: https://chelseapierotti.com/44

Unapologetically Abundant
How to align with your cycles to amplify your feminine power with Alexis Sabatino

Unapologetically Abundant

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 53:49


On this episode, we talked about: We are addicted to our drive   Softening into my yin - my feminine flow  What would devotion look and feel like  Turning our self-care into forced structure  Do things to FEEL vs to achieve  Release rigidity in your life  Choose from your rituals what's most nourishing  Your cycle is 28-30 days  Tune into your feminine  Birth, rejuvenate and restore  Knowing your body and hormones Tune into when you are ovulating    "I want the younger self of mine to know that she has all the power to manifest all of her desires "   "What helps me to trust is to tap into devotion vs discipline"   "Women are cyclical so your rituals get to change with cycles"    About Alexis: Alexis Sabatino is a certified Holistic Health Coach, Modern Medicine Womxn & Founder of She Heals Collective. She uses Nutrition, Energy Medicine & Embodiment to facilitate radical transformation journeys for feminine entrepreneurs, leaders, healers & artists. She is deeply passionate about teaching womxn how to align their life, body, & business with their feminine rhythms & cycles. She Heals Collective is a space for awakening womxn to reclaim their radiant health, wisdom & power!      

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155. 3 habits blocking your feminine embodiment

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 26:29


These three very popular habits are blocking your natural feminine power. ***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

The Staffroom Podcast with Chey & Pav
One Word 2022: Responsive - 103

The Staffroom Podcast with Chey & Pav

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 57:48


In Episode 103, Chey and Pav discuss their One Word for 2022: Responsive! They first reflect on the words they had selected in previous years as their One Word, "Us" in 2020 and "Amplify" in 2021, and talk about how these words have impacted their journey, as well as propelled them forward to reaching the point where they are at now. Chey and Pav talk about the impact of their new one word - Responsive - and how it is impacted in several areas of their lives, their partnership, towards other educators, students, the quality of their teaching as well as their impact as content creators. The Chey and Pav Show! A rich discussion with several a-ha! moments throughout. Tune into this great chat, and as always, be a part of it by tagging @StaffPodcast #TheStaffroomPodcast on Twitter! Tell us what you think, interact, and give us your feedback and reflections. Check out our podcast episodes, Chey & Pav's LIVE radio show, "The Drive on VoicEd Radio," our Blog and all the other amazing things they are up to at CheyandPav.com! If you're looking for dynamic presenters for professional development or a workshop for a conference, please reach out to us at info@cheyandpav.com. Chey and Pav Educational Services, Inc.

The Poddy Report
Simplify to Amplify: Content, Strategies, and Everything in Between

The Poddy Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 4:54


There's a concept I learned a few years ago that changed everything for me: simplify to amplify. In today's episode, I'm sharing with you the ways this concept has helped me in the past and how I plan to use it over the next 12 months.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEThe Ultimate Podcast Launch Toolkit Everything a new podcaster needs to get started.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

The Practical Wealth Show
How to Generate Passive Income Through Real Estate with Ola Dantis - Episode 202

The Practical Wealth Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 35:49


How can we keep the cash flowing? Ola, a professional entrepreneur at heart, joins Curtis May to discuss his experiences on investing in real estate. He shares his experiences in owning and managing multifamily properties and turning them into ventures worth over $40,000,000. Ola believes that success does not always come grandly all the time. It is disguised in simple and small events that you may encounter every day. You just have to be vigilant to spot these opportunities. In this episode, he will share a book that boggled his mind and the importance of reading to achieve success. Curtis's motto is that what you learn today and how you position yourself will determine your future financial well-being 5, 10, 20 years from today. To learn more about how to manage your wealth in a practical way, visit www.practicalwealthadvisors.com  Links and Resources from this Episode www.practicalwealthadvisors.com Email Curtis for a free report - curtmay@gmail.com Call his office - 610-622-3121 Connect with Ola Dantis https://www.instagram.com/oladantis/?hl=en https://www.dwellynn.com/invest Special Listener Gift Schedule a 15-Minute Call with Curtis Free Ebook Financial Planning Has Failed Show Notes Who is Ola? - 0:40 What got him into the real estate space? - 2:55 Chasing the wrong American Dream - 4:07 Success doesn't come in a fancy present - 5:35 Being successful involves reading - 7:25 House-hacking - 8:33 Investing is not buying something - 9:48 The process of looking for a property - 11:27 Rich Dad, Poor Dad: A book to help you create value - 12:58 You need a mentor - 13:48 Be a sophisticated investor - 15:45 People think it's always about how much money you make - 16:56 Depreciation and Cost-Segregation; Leveraging tax benefits - 21:34 Amplify the existence of the real estate biz - 21:59 One of the biggest expenses is the mortgage - 23:30 6% Prefer Rate of Returns and the 60:40 Method - 24:18 Buy a property, do your best, pass it on - 27:17 Force appreciation and Net Operating Income - 28:41 Business is a numbers game - 31:15 Give back to the community - 32:03 Best way to reach Ola - 33:15 Review, Subscribe and Share If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Make sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you get the latest episodes. Click here to subscribe with Apple Podcasts Click here to subscribe with Spotify Click here to subscribe with Stitcher Click here to subscribe with RSS

Screaming in the Cloud
Fear and Loathing on the re:Invent Show Floor of ‘21 with Aaron Booth

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 33:30


About AaronI am a Cloud Focused Product Management and Technical Product Ownership Consultant. I have worked on several Cloud Products & Services including resale, management & governance, cost optimisation, platform management, SaaS, PaaS. I am also recognised as a AWS Community Builder due to my work building cloud communities cross-government in the UK over the last 3 years. I have extensive commercial experience dealing with Cloud Service Providers including AWS, Azure, GCP & UKCloud. I was the Single Point of Contact for Cloud at the UK Home Office and was the business representative for the Home Office's £120m contract with AWS. I have been involved in contract negotiation, supplier relationship management & financial planning such as business cases & cost management.I run a IT Consultancy called Embue, specialising in Agile, Cloud & DevOps consulting, coaching and training. Links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/AaronBoothUK LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronboothuk/ Embue: https://embue.co.uk Publicgood.cloud: https://publicgood.cloud TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: It seems like there is a new security breach every day. Are you confident that an old SSH key, or a shared admin account, isn't going to come back and bite you? If not, check out Teleport. Teleport is the easiest, most secure way to access all of your infrastructure. The open-source Teleport Access Plane consolidates everything you need for secure access to your Linux and Windows servers, and I assure you there is no third option there. Kubernetes clusters, databases, and internal applications like AWS Management Console, Yankins, GitLab, Grafana, Jupyter Notebooks, and more. Teleport's unique approach is not only more secure, it also improves developer productivity. To learn more visit: goteleport.com. And not, that is not me telling you to go away, it is: goteleport.com.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Rising Cloud, which I hadn't heard of before, but they're doing something vaguely interesting here. They are using AI, which is usually where my eyes glaze over and I lose attention, but they're using it to help developers be more efficient by reducing repetitive tasks. So, the idea being that you can run stateless things without having to worry about scaling, placement, et cetera, and the rest. They claim significant cost savings, and they're able to wind up taking what you're running as it is in AWS with no changes, and run it inside of their data centers that span multiple regions. I'm somewhat skeptical, but their customers seem to really like them, so that's one of those areas where I really have a hard time being too snarky about it because when you solve a customer's problem and they get out there in public and say, “We're solving a problem,” it's very hard to snark about that. Multus Medical, Construx.ai and Stax have seen significant results by using them. And it's worth exploring. So, if you're looking for a smarter, faster, cheaper alternative to EC2, Lambda, or batch, consider checking them out. Visit risingcloud.com/benefits. That's risingcloud.com/benefits, and be sure to tell them that I said you because watching people wince when you mention my name is one of the guilty pleasures of listening to this podcast.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. So, when I went to re:Invent last year, I discovered a whole bunch of things I honestly was a little surprised to discover. One of those things is my guest today, Aaron Booth, who's a cloud consultant with an emphasis on sustainability. Now, you see a number of consultants at things like re:Invent, but what made Aaron interesting was that this was apparently his first time visiting the United States, and he started with not just Las Vegas, but Las Vegas to attend re:Invent. Aaron, thank you for joining me, and honestly, I'm a little surprised you survived.Aaron: Yeah, I think one of the things about going to Las Vegas or Nevada is no one really prepared me for how dry it was. I ended up walking out of re:Invent with my fingers, like, bleeding, and everything else. And there was so much about America that I didn't expect, but that was one thing I wish somebody had warned me about. But yeah, it was my first time in the US, first time at re:Invent, and I really enjoyed it. It was probably the best investment in myself and my business that I think I've done so far.Corey: It's always strange to look at a place that you live and realize, oh, yeah, this is far away for someone else. What would their experience be of coming and learning about the culture we have here? And then you go to Las Vegas, and it's easy to forget there are people who live there. And even the people who live there do not live on the strip, in the casinos, at loud, obnoxious cloud conferences. So, it feels like it's one of those ideas of oh, I'm going to go to a movie for the first time and then watching something surreal, like Memento or whatnot, that leaves everyone very confused. Like, “Is this what movies are like?” “Well, this one, but no others are quite like that.” And I feel that way about Las Vegas and re:Invent, simultaneously.Aaron: I mean, talking about movies, before it came to the US and before I came to Vegas, I was like, “Oh, how can I prepare myself for this trip?” I ended up watching Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. And I don't know if you ever seen it, with Johnny Depp, but it's probably not the best representation, or the most modern representation what Vegas would be like. And I think halfway through the conference, went down to Fremont Street in the old downtown. And they have this massive, kind of, free block screen in the sky that is lit up and doing all these animations. And you're just thinking, “What world am I on?” And it kind of is interesting as well, from a point of view of, we're at this tech conference; it's in Vegas; what is the reason for that? And there's obviously lots of different things. We want people to have fun, but you know, it is an interesting place to put 30,000 people, especially during a pandemic.Corey: It really is. I imagine it's going to have to stay there because in a couple more years, you're going to need a three block long screen just to list all of the various services that AWS offers because they don't believe in turning anything off. Now, it would be remiss for me not to ask you, what was announced at re:Invent that got you the most, let's call it excited, I guess? What got you enthusiastic? What are you happy to start working with more?Aaron: I think from my perspective, there's a few different announcements. The first one that comes to mind is the stuff of AWS Amplify Studio, and that's taken this, kind of, no-code Figma designs and turn into a working front end. And it's really interesting for me to think about, okay, what is the point of cloud? Why are we moving forward in the world, especially in technology? And, you know, abstracting a lot of stuff we worry about today to simple drag-and-drop tools is probably going to be the next big thing for most of the world.You know, we've come from a privileged position in the West where we follow technology along the whole of the journey, where now we have an opportunity to open this out to many more regions, and many more AWS customers, for example. But for me, as a small business owner—I've run multiple businesses—there's a lot of effort you put into, okay, I need to set up a business, and a website, and newsletter, or whatever else. But the more you can just turn that into, “I've got an idea, and I can give it to people with one click,” you'll enable a lot more business and a lot more future customers as well.Corey: I was very excited about that one, too, just from a perspective of I want to drag and drop something together to make a fairly crappy web app, that sounds like the thing that I could use to do that. No, that feels a lot more like what Honeycode is trying to be, as opposed to the Amplify side of the world, which is still very focused on React. Which, okay, that makes sense. There's a lot of front end developers out there, and if you're trying to get into tech today and are asking what language should I learn, I would be very hard-pressed to advise you pick anything that isn't JavaScript because it is front end, it is back end, it runs slash eats the world. And I've just never understood it. It does not work the way that I think about computers because I'm old and grumpy. I have high hopes of where it might go, but so far I'm looking at it's [sigh] it's not what I want it to be, yet. And maybe that's just because I'm weird.Aaron: Well, I mean, you know, you mentioned part of the problem really is two different competing AWS services themselves, which with a business like AWS and their product strategy being the word, “Yes,” you know, you're never really going to get a lot of focus or forward direction with certain products. And hopefully, there'll be the next, no-code tool announced in re:Invent in a few years' time, which is exactly what we're looking for, and gives startup founders or small businesses drag-and-drop tools. But for now, there's going to be a lot of competing services.Corey: There's so much out there that it's almost impossible to wind up contextualizing re:Invent as a single event. It feels like it's too easy to step back and say, “Oh, okay. I'm here to build websites”—is what we're talking about now in the context of Amplify—and then they start talking about mainframes. And then they start talking about RoboRunner to control 10,000 robots at once. And I'm looking around going, “I don't have problems that feel a lot like that. What's the deal?”Aaron: I think even just, like you said in perspective of re:Invent is like, when you go to an event like this, that you can't experience everything and you probably have a very specific focus of, you know, what am I here to do. And I was really surprised—again, my first time at a big tech conference, as well as Vegas and the US is, how important it was just to meet people and how valuable that was. First time I met you, and you know, going from somebody who's probably very likely interacted with you on Twitter before the event to being on this podcast and having a great conversation now is kind of crazy to think that the value you can get out of it. I mean, in terms of over services, and areas of re:Invent that I found interesting was the announcement of the new sustainability pillar, as part of the well-architected framework. You know, I've tried to use that before in previous workplaces, and it has been useful. You know, I'm hoping it is more useful in the future, and the cynical part of me worries about whether the whole point of putting this as part of a well-architected framework review where the customer is supposed to do it is Amazon passing the buck for sustainability. But it's an interesting way forward for what we care about.Corey: An interesting quirk of re:Invent—to me—has always been that despite there being tens of thousands of people there are always a few folks that you wind up running into again and again and again throughout the week. One year for me it was Ben Kehoe; this trip it was you where we kept finding ourselves at the same events, we kept finding ourselves at the same restaurants, and we had three or four meals together as a result, and it was a blast talking to you. And I was definitely noticing that sustainability was a topic that you kept going back to a bunch of different ways. I mean previously, before starting your current consulting company, you did a lot of work in the government—specifically the UK Government, for those who are having trouble connecting the fact this is the first time in America to the other thing. Like, “Wow, you can be far away and work for the government?” It's like, we have more than one on this planet, as it turns out.Yes, it was a fun series of conversations, and I am honestly a little less cynical about the idea of the sustainability pillar, in no small part due to the conversations that we had together. I initially had the cynical perspective of here's how to make your cloud infrastructure more sustainable. It's, isn't that really a “you” problem? You're the cloud provider. I can't control how you get energy on the markets, how you wind up handling heat issues, how you address water issues from your data center outflows, et cetera. It seems to me that the only thing I can really do is use the services you give me, and then it becomes a “you” problem. You have a more nuanced take on it.Aaron: I think there's a log of different things to think about when it comes to sustainability. One of the main ones is, from my perspective, you know, I worked at the UK Home Office in the UK, and we'd been using cloud for about six or seven years. And just looking at how we use clouds as an enterprise organization, one of the things I really started to see was these different generations of cloud and you've got aspects of legacy infrastructure, almost, that we lifted-and-shifted in the early days, versus maybe stuff would run on serverless now. And you know, that's one element, from a customer is how you control your energy usage is actually the use of servers, how efficient your code is, and there's definitely a difference between stringing together EC2 and S3 buckets compared to using serverless or Lambda functions.Corey: There's also a question of scale. When I'm trying to build something out of Lambda functions, and okay, which region is the most cost effective way to run this thing? The Google search for that will have a larger climate impact than any decision I can make at the scale that I operate at. Whereas if you're a company running tens of thousands of instances at any given point in time and your massive scale, then yeah, the choices you make are going to have significant impact. I think that a problem AWS has always struggled with has been articulating who needs to care about what, when.If you go down the best practices for security and governance and follow the white papers, they put out as a one-person startup trying to build an idea this evening, just to see if it's viable, you're never going to get anywhere. If you ignore all those things, and now you're about to go public as a bank, you're going to have a bad time, but at what point do you have to start caring about these different things in different ways? And I don't think we know the answer yet, from a sustainability perspective.Aaron: I think it's interesting in some senses, that sustainability is only just enter the conversation when it comes to stuff we care about in businesses and enterprises. You know, we all know about risk registers, and security reviews, and all those things, but sustainability, while we've, kind of, maybe said nice public statements, and put things on our website, it's not really been a thing that's, okay, this is how we're going to run our business, and the thing we care about as number one. You know, Amazon always says security is job zero, but maybe one day someone will be saying sustainability is our job zero. And especially when it comes down to, sort of, you know, the ethics of running a business and how you want that to be run, whether it is going to be a capitalistic VC-funded venture to extract wealth from citizens and become a billionaire versus creating something that's a bit more circular, and gives back as sustainability might be a key element of what you care about when you make decisions.Corey: The challenge that I find as well is, I don't know how you can talk about the relative sustainability impact of various cloud services within the AWS umbrella without, effectively, AWS explaining to you what their margins are on different services, in many respects. Power usage is the primary driver of this and that determines the cost of running things. It is very clear that it is less expensive and more efficient to run more modern hardware than older hardware, so we start seeing, okay, wow, if I start seeing those breakdowns, what does that say about the margin on some of these products and services? And I don't think they want to give that level of transparency into their business, just because as soon as someone finds out just how profitable Managed NAT gateways are, my God, everything explodes.Aaron: I think it's interesting from a cloud provider or hyperscaler perspective, as well, is, you know, what is your USP? And I think Amazon is definitely not saying sustainability is their USP right now, and I think you know, there are other cloud providers, like Azure for example, who basically can provide you a Power BI plugin; if you just log in with your Cloud account details, it will show you a sustainability dashboard and give you more of this information that you might be looking for, whereas Amazon currently doesn't offer anything like that automated. And even having conversations with your account team or trying to get hold of the right person, Amazon isn't going to go anywhere at the moment, just because maybe that's the reason why we don't want to talk about it: It's too sensitive. I'm sure that'll change because of the public statements they've made at re:Invent now and previously of, you know, where they're going in terms of energy usage. They want to be carbon neutral by 2025, so maybe it'll change to next re:Invent, we'll get the AWS Sustainability Explorer add-on for [unintelligible 00:15:23] or 12—Corey: Oh no.Aaron: —tools to do the same thing [laugh].Corey: In the Google Cloud Console, you click around, and there are green leafs next to some services and some regions, and it's, on the one hand, okay, I appreciate the attention that is coming from. On the other hand, it feels like you're shaming me for putting things in a region that I've already built things out in when there weren't these green leafs here, and I don't know that I necessarily want to have that conversation with my entire team because we can't necessarily migrate at this point. And let's also be clear, here, I cannot fathom a scenario in which running your own data centers is ever going to be more climate-friendly than picking a hyperscaler.Aaron: And I think that's sort of, you know, we all might think about is, at the end of the day, if your sustainability strategy for your business is to go all-in-on cloud, and bet horse on AWS or another cloud provider, then, at the end of the day, that's going to be viable. I know, from the, sort of, hands-on stuff I've done with our own data centers, you can never get it as efficient as what some of these cloud providers are doing. And I mean, look at Microsoft. The fact that they're putting some of their data centers under the sea to use that as a cooling mechanism, and kind of all the interesting things that they're able to do because they can invest at scale, you're never going to be able to do that with the cupboard beyond the desks in your local office to make it more efficient or sustainable.Corey: There are definite parallels between Cloud economics and sustainability because as mentioned, I worship at the altar of Our Lady of Turn that Shit Off because that's important. If you don't have a workload running and it doesn't exist, it has no climate impact. Mostly. I'm sure there are corner cases. But that does lead to the question then of okay, what is the climate sustainability impact, for example, of storing a petabyte of data and EBS versus in S3?And that has architectural impact as well, and there's also questions of how often does it move because when you move it, Lord knows there is nothing more dear than the price of data transfer for data movement. And in order to answer those questions, they're going to start talking a lot more about their architecture. I believe that is why Peter DeSantis's keynote talked so much about—finally—the admission of what we sort of known for ages now that they use erasure coding to make S3 as durable yet inexpensive, as it is. That was super interesting. Without that disclosure, it would have been pretty clear as soon as they start publishing sustainability numbers around things like that.Aaron: And I think is really interesting, you know, when you look at your business and make decisions like that. I think the first thing to start with is do you need that data at all? What's a petabyte of data are going to do? Unless it's for serious compliance reasons for, you know, the sector or the business that you're doing, the rest of it is, you know, you've got to wonder how long is that relevant for. And you know, even as individuals, we could delete junk mail and take things off our internal emails, it's the same thing of businesses, what you're doing with this data.But it is interesting, when you look at some of the specific services, even just the tiering of S3, for example, put that into Glacier instead of keeping it on S3 general. And I think you've talked about this before, I think cost the same to transfer something in and out of Glacier as just to hold it for a month. So, at the end of the day, you've got to make these decisions in the right way, and you know, with the right goals in mind, and if you're not able to make these decisions or you need help, then that's where, you know, people like us come in to help you do this.Corey: There's also the idea of—when I was growing up, the thing they always told us about being responsible was, “Oh, turn out the lights when you're not in the room.” Great. Well, cloud economics starts to get in that direction, too. If you have a job that fires off once a day at two in the morning and it stops at four in the morning, you should not be running those instances the other 22 hours of the day. What's the deal here?And that becomes an interesting expiratory area just as far as starting to wonder, okay, so you're telling me that if I'm environmentally friendly, I'm also going to save money? Let's be clear people, in many cases—in a corporate sense—care about sustainability only insofar as that don't get yelled out about it. But when it comes to saving money, well, now you've got the power of self-interest working for you. And if you can dress them both up and do the exact same things and have two reasons to do it. That feels like it could in some respects, be an accelerator towards achieving both outcomes.Aaron: Definitely. I think, you know, at the end of the day, we all want to work on things that are going to hopefully make the world a better place. And if you use that as a way of motivating, not just yourself as a business, but the workforce and the people that you want to work for you, then that is a really great goal as well. And I think you just got to look at companies that are in this world and not doing very great things that maybe they end up paying more for engineers. I think I read an interesting article the other day about Facebook is basically offering almost double or 150 percent of over salaries because it feels like a black mark on the soul to work for that company. And if there is anything—maybe it's not greenwashing per se, but if you can just make your business a better place, then that could be something that you can hopefully attract other like-minded people with.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Oracle Cloud. Counting the pennies, but still dreaming of deploying apps instead of, “Hello World” demos? Allow me to introduce you to Oracle's Always Free tier. It provides over 20 free services and infrastructure, networking, databases, observability, management, and security. And let me be clear here, it's actually free. There's no surprise billing until you intentionally and proactively upgrade your account. This means you can provision a virtual machine instance or spin up an autonomous database that manages itself all while gaining the networking, load balancing, and storage resources that somehow never quite make it into most free tiers needed to support the application that you want to build. With Always Free, you can do things like run small-scale applications, or do proof-of-concept testing without spending a dime. You know that I always like to put asterisks next to the word free. This is actually free, no asterisk. Start now. Visit snark.cloud/oci-free that's snark.cloud/oci-free.Corey: One would really like to hope that the challenge, of course, is getting there in such a way that it, well, I guess makes sense, is probably the best way to frame it. These are still early days, and we don't know how things are going to wind up… I guess, it playing out. I have hopes, I have theories, but I just don't know.Aaron: I mean, even looking at Cloud as a concept, how long we've all worked with this now ranges probably from fifteen to five, and for me the last six years, but you got to think looking at the outages at the end of last year at Amazon, that [unintelligible 00:21:57], very close to re:Invent, that impacted a lot of different workloads, not just if you were hosted in us-west or east-1, but actually for a lot of the regional services that actually were [laugh]… discovered to be kind of integral to these regions. You know, one AZ going down can impact single-sign-on logins around the world. And let's see what Amazon looks like in ten years' time as well because it could be very different.Corey: Do you find that as you talk to folks, both in government and in private sector, that there is a legitimate interest in the sustainability story? Or is it the self-serving cynical perspective that I've painted?Aaron: I mean, a lot of my experience is biased towards the public sector, so I'll start with that. In terms of the public sector, over the last few years, especially in the UK, there's been a lot more focus on sustainability as part of your business cases and your project plans for when you're making new services or building new things. And one of the things they've recently asked every government department in the UK to do is come up with a sustainability strategy for their technology. And that's been something that a lot of people have been working on as part of something called the One Gov Cloud Strategy Working Groups—which in the UK, we do love an abbreviation, so [laugh] a bit of a long name—but I think there's definitely more of an interest in it.In terms of the private sector, I'm not too sure if that's something that people are prioritizing. A lot of the focus I kind of come across as either, we want to focus on enterprise customers, so we're going to offer migration professional services, or you're a new business and you're starting to go up and already spending a couple a hundred pounds, or thousands of pounds a month. And at that scale, it's probably not going to be something you need to worry about right now.Corey: I want to talk a little bit about how you got into tech in the first place because you told me elements of this story, and I generally find them to be—how do I put this?—they strain the bounds of credulity. So, how did you wind up in this ridiculous industry?Aaron: I mean, hoping as I explain them, you don't just think I'm a liar. I have got a Scouse accent, so you're probably predisposed towards it. But my journey into tech was quite weird, I guess, in the sense that when I was 16—I was, again, like I said, born in Liverpool and didn't really know what I wanted to do in the world, and had no idea what the hell to do. So, I was at college, and kind of what happened to me there is I joined, like, an entrepreneurship club and was like, “Okay, I'll start my own business and do something interesting.” And I went to a conference at college, and there was a panel with Richard Branson and other few of business leaders, and I stood up and asked the question said, you know, “I'm 16. I want to start a business. Where can I get money to start a business?”And the panel answered with kind of a couple of different things, but one of them was, “Get a job.” The other one was, “Get money off your parents.” And I was kind of like, “Oh, a bit weird. I've got a job already. You know, I would ask my parents put their own benefits.”And asked the woman with the microphone, “Can I say something back?” And she said, “No.” So, being… a young person, I guess, and just I stood back up and said, you know, “You're in Liverpool. You've kind of come to one of the poorest cities in some sense in the UK, and you kind of—I've already got a job. What can I really do?”And that's when Richard Branson turned round and said, “Well, what is it you want to do?” And I said, “I make really good cheesecakes and I want to sell them to people.” And after that sort of exchange, he said he'd give me the money. So, he gave me 200 pounds to start my own business. And that was just, kind of like, this whirlwind of what the hell's going on here?But for me, it's one of those moments in my life, which I think back on, and honestly, it's like one of these ten [left 00:25:15] moments of, you know, I didn't stand back up and say something, if I didn't join the entrepreneurship club, like, I just wouldn't be in the position I am right now. And it was also weird in the sense that I said at the start of the story, I didn't know what I wanted to do in my life. This was the first time that anyone had ever said to me, “I trust you to do something, and here's 200 pounds to do it.” And it was such a small thing, and a small moment that basically got me to where I am today. And kind of a condensed version of that is, you know, after that event, I started volunteering for a charity who—a, sort of, magazine launch, and then applied for the civil service and progressed through six to eight years of the civil service.And it was because of that moment, and that experience, and that confidence boost, where I was like, “Oh, I actually can do something with my life.” And I think tech, and I think a lot of people talk about this is, it can be a bit of a crazy whirlwind, and to go from that background into, you know, working with great people and earning great money is a bit of a crazy thing sometimes.Corey: Is there another path that you might have gone down instead and completely missed out on, for lack of a better term—and not missed out. You probably would have been far happier not working in tech; I know I would have been—but as far as trying to figure out, like, what does the road not taken look like for you?Aaron: I'm not too sure, really. And at the time, I was working in a club. I was like 16, 17 years old, working in a nightclub in Liverpool for five pounds an hour, and was doing that while I was studying, and that was almost like, what was in my mind at the time. When it came to the end of college, I was applying for universities, I got in on, like, a second backup course, and that was the only thing to do was food science. And it was like, I can't imagine coming out of university three years after that, studying something that's not really that relevant to a lot of industries, and trying to find a good job. It could have just been that I was working in a supermarket for minimum wage after I came out for uni trying to find what I wanted to do in the world. And, yeah, I'm really glad that I kind of ended up where I am now.Corey: As you take a look at what you want your career to be about in the broad sweep of things, what is it that drives you? What is it that makes you, for example, decide to spend the previous portion of career working in public service? That is a very, shall we say, atypical path—I say, as someone who lives in San Francisco and is surrounded by people who want to make the world a better place, but all those paths just coincidentally would result in them also becoming billionaires along the way.Aaron: I mean, it is interesting. You know, one of the things that worked for the civil service for so long, is the fact that I did want to do more than just make somebody else more money. And you know, there are not really a lot of ways you can do that and make a good wage for yourself. And I think early on in your career, working for somewhere like the civil service or federal government can be a little bit of that opportunity. And especially with some of the government's focus on tech these days, and investments—you know, I joined through an apprenticeship scheme and then progressed on to a digital leadership scheme, you know, they were guided schemes to help me become a better leader and improve my skills.And I think I would have probably not gone to the same position if I just got the tech job or my first engineering job somewhere else. I think, if I was to look at the future and where do I want to go, what do I care about? And, you know, you ask me, sort of, this question at re:Invent, and it took me a few days to really figure out, but one of the things when I talk about making the world a better place is thinking about how you can start businesses that give back to people in local areas, or kind of solve problems and kind of keep itself running a bit like a trust does, [laugh], if only that keeping rich people running. And a lot of the time, like, you've highlighted is coincidentally these things that we try and solve whether it's, like, a new app or a new thing that does something seems to either be making money for VCs, reinventing things that we already have, or just trying to make people billionaires rather than trying to make everyone rise up and—high tide rise all ships, is the saying. And there are a few people that do this, a few CEOs who take salaries the same as everyone else in the business. And I think that's hopefully you know, as I grow my own business and work on different things in the future, is how can I just help people live better lives?Corey: It's a big question, and it's odd in that I don't find that most people asking it tend to find themselves going toward government work so much as they do NGOs, and nonprofits, and things that are very focused on specific things.Aaron: And it can be frustrating in some sense is that, you know, you look at the landscape of NGOs, and charities, and go, “Why are they involved in solving this problem?” You know, one of the big problems we have in the UK is the use of food banks where people who don't have enough money, whether they receive benefits or not, have to go and get food which is donated just by people of the UK and people who donate to these charities. You know, at the end of the day, I'm really interested in government, and public sector work, and potentially one day, being a bit more involved in policy elements of that, is how can we solve these problems with broad brushstrokes, whether it's technology advancements, or kind of policy decisions? And one of the interesting things that I got close to a few times, but I don't think we've ever really solved is stuff like how can we use Agile to build policy?How can we iterate on what that policy might look like, get customers or citizens of countries involved in those conversations, and measure outcomes, and see whether it's successful afterwards. And a lot of the time, policies and decisions are just things that come out of politicians minds, and it'd be interesting to see how we can solve some of these problems in the world with stuff like Agile methodologies or tech practices.Corey: So, it's easy to sit and talk about these things in the grand sweep of how the world could be or how it should look, but for those of us who think in more, I guess, tactical terms, what's a good first step?Aaron: I think from my point of view, and you know, meeting so many people at re:Invent, and just have my eyes opened of these great conversations we can have a great people and get things changed, one of the things that I'm looking at starting next year is a podcast and a newsletter, around the use of public cloud for public good. And when I say that, it does cover elements of sustainability, but it is other stuff like how do we use Cloud to deliver things in the public sector and NGOs and charities? And I think having more conversations like that would be really interesting. Obviously, that's just the start of a conversation, and I'm sure when I speak to more people in the future, more opportunities and more things might come out of it. But I'd just love to speak to more people about stuff like this.Corey: I want to thank you for spending so much time to speak with me today about… well, the wide variety of things, and of course, spending as much time as you did chatting with me at re:Invent in person. If people want to learn more, where can they find you?Aaron: So yep, got a few social media handles on Twitter, I'm @AaronBoothUK. On LinkedIn is the same, forward slash aaronboothuk, and I've also got the website for my consultancy, which is embue.co.uk—E-M-B-U-E dot co dot uk. And for the newsletter, it's publicgood.cloud.Corey: And we will, of course, include links to that in the [show notes 00:32:11]. Thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me. I really do appreciate it.Aaron: Thank you so much for having me.Corey: Aaron Booth, cloud consultant with an emphasis on sustainability. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn with an emphasis on optimizing bills. And this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with an angry comment that you will then kickstart the coal-burning generator under your desk to wind up posting.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA
Interview with Audrey Cavenecia Leadership Expert-Chief Content Officer, Producer for Amplify Voices

Influential Entrepreneurs with Mike Saunders, MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 25:23


Audrey is Producer for Amplify Voices, the co-host alongside NFL coach Pete Carroll for the Amplify Voices podcast and host of the Unlikely podcast on leadership.A talented storyteller and visionary systems thinker, Audrey has decades of experience in leadership development, entertainment production, and content marketing with a focus on championing humanity in all people.Audrey is hosting a new podcast series dedicated to heart leadership. “Unlikely” is a series of thoughtfully curated discussions with global experts on being a modern leader in these uncertain times.She has worked some of the most influential leaders in the world—including speaker and author Tony Robbins and Oracle founder Larry Ellison—to develop and empower new visionaries as well as build major brands through stories and insights around authentic human connection. No matter the sector, she continues to build bridges between what is and what can be, with storytelling as the scaffolding.Learn More: https://www.amplifyvoices.io/Influential Influencers with Mike Saundershttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/influential-entrepreneurs-with-mike-saunders/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/interview-with-audrey-cavenecia-leadership-expert-chief-content-officer-producer-for-amplify-voices

Exist Brightly
Accept & AMPLIFY!

Exist Brightly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 13:17


HI! It's me Kristina, long time no see!! Tune into this quick riff on self acceptance as a means of amplifying your purpose and growth in the year ahead! DM + Connect with me what is coming through for you from the prompts! Big love and best wishes for the year ahead ! https://instagram.com/exist_brightly

Tough Girl Podcast
Kristen Berkeley - City girl who moved to the subarctic! Advocating diversity and inclusion outdoors. Founder of Amplify Outdoors.

Tough Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 44:29


Kristen (she/her) is originally from Toronto and has been living in the Northwest Territories for nearly four years.    Kristen is a former journalist that enjoys writing about social issues and outdoor lifestyles.    When she's not cooking delicious meals, Kristen can be found exploring the Northwest Territories and promoting diversity in outdoor spaces with her organization Amplify Outdoors.   About Amplify Outdoors:   “Amplify Outdoors was established to elevate and encourage diversity in outdoor spaces. Recognizing a lack of representation of people of colour (POC) and marginalized groups in marketing campaigns geared towards outdoor lifestyle, Amplify Outdoors hopes to change existing narratives that perpetuate societal stereotypes about 'who' should enjoy nature and 'who' is considered outdoorsy.   Amplify Outdoors believes that representation is important, and we strive to provide products that empower and amplify diversity in outdoor landscapes and activities.    Ultimately, our goal is for outdoor spaces to be inclusive and safe for everyone to enjoy, because 'Nature is for Everyone'."   Listen to Kristen now!   New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday and Thursday 7am UK time - Hit the subscribe button so you don't miss out.    The Tough Girl Podcast is sponsorship and ad free thanks to the monthly financial support of patrons.    Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast and subscribe - super quick and easy to do and it makes a massive difference. Thank you.   Show notes Who is Kristen Relocating to the Northwest Territories in Canada (the subarctic) Making the decision to make a change in her life Growing up in Toronto Being a city girl at heart Not being given the opportunity to spend time outdoors hiking and camping Wanting a more laid back lifestyle and a slower pace of life Looking for a new job  Moving to Yellowknife Wanting to take advantage of the opportunity Wanting to have new experiences Moving in January Going with the flow of life The transition from the city to the country Being shocked at how expensive housing was Getting use to the darkness Creating a routine and making new friends Her first experience with hiking and spending time outdoors Wanting to bring people with her on the journey  Feeling the power of nature and the benefits for her mind Seeing the beauty in nature Documenting her journey  The women who inspire Kristen Matthew Henson - 1st person and first Black man to reach the North Pole Founding Amplify Outdoors and what's its goal and purpose is Building a supportive community  Looking to create more events in 2022 Advice for Black women for getting into the outdoors Acknowledging the barriers for Black, Indigenous, People of Colour (BIPOC) who want to go outdoors Why you should start slow Nature makes me feel…. Chasing waterfalls How you can connect with Kristen Plans for the future   Social Media   Personal Website/blog: www.Twentiesandfabulous.com   Personal Instagram: @Travel_Adventurehers    Amplify Outdoors.

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White
Sexual Energy Manifestation Secrets | Expand Your Belief System, Amplify Your Results

Sexual Kung Fu with Johnathan White

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 10:03


In this episode I share my best sexual energy manifestation secrets. The key to manifesting is to expand your belief system, and hold your mind and body in a high vibrational state. Adding sexual energy to this practice will dramatically amplify the results. – – – – FREE PROGRAMS – – – –

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1833: Amplify the Climate Action of Your Sustainable Spending

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 23:43


Dublin-based climate action fintech is a climate donation app that empowers conscious shoppers to amplify their positive impact by earning free, personalized climate donations from their spending. Amplify partners with a network of sustainable brands, allowing their customers to earn a donation for a high-impact climate cause of their choice on every purchase, at no added cost. Users choose a climate charity, securely link their bank card, and then 2% of each transaction they make with a sustainable brand in Amplify's network is automatically donated to their chosen cause for free. Supported by Enterprise Ireland and approved by the world's leading card networks, Amplify is setting out to transform the donation experience for sustainable brands and conscious shoppers, empowering them to amplify the climate action of every sustainable purchase. David Beakey, Co-founder of Amplify, shares how they combine their passions for sustainability and technology to help conscious consumers transform the impact of their sustainable spending.

BLISS VIBES ONLY
154. Self Help vs. Self Love, What Venus Retrograde means for you

BLISS VIBES ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 25:49


***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

Podcast Editors Mastermind
Finding Your Podcast Editing Niche with Mary Chan and Andrea Klunder - PEM0040

Podcast Editors Mastermind

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 62:17


The riches are in the niches, right? But how do you even begin to find out what your niche is? How do you figure out what they need? And then how do you sign them up as clients?  We'll be talking with Mary Chan of Organized Sound Productions and Andrea Klunder of Creative Imposter Studios-- both with very different niches-- about discovering who you how to find and serve your niche.  Mary Chan: https://www.organizedsound.ca/ (https://www.organizedsound.ca/) PODCAST STRATEGY, EDITING & COACHING Your voice is your number one instrument. Whether you are marketing, selling, or speaking through podcasting or video platforms, making an emotional connection with your audience is done through the authenticity of your voice. Amplify your voice to have listeners fall in love with you. My goal is to empower women and women-led organizations to make an impact with their vision, message, and stories through the power of their natural voice by podcasting. The world needs diverse voices and I'm so glad you are a part of this audio adventure. Andrea Klunder:https://www.thecreativeimposter.com/ (https://www.thecreativeimposter.com/) The Creative Impostor Studios is a boutique agency that offers: Show development & strategy Podcast launch consulting & production Premium podcast production & editing Talks, trainings, and interactive sessions online and in person We work with mission-driven individuals and organizations who want use audio to break the status quote and influence a positive net impact in their niche. Our specialty is crafting character-driven shows of significance that truly express the culture of your brand. We want to help you craft a podcast experience you and your audience will love. Be a GuestIf you're a podcast editor, we'd love to see if you'd be a fit for a future episode. https://podcasteditorsmastermind.com/beaguest (Fill out this form to let us know you're interested), and we'll contact you to see if it's a good fit. Your Yetis AreDaniel Abendroth | https://rothmedia.audio/ (Roth Media) Jennifer Longworth | https://bourbonbarrelpodcasting.com/ (Bourbon Barrel Podcasting) Carrie Caulfield Arick | https://yayapodcasting.com/ (YaYa Podcasting) Bryan Entzminger | https://toptieraudio.com/ (Top Tier Audio) About the Podcast Editors MastermindThe Podcast Editors Mastermind is for professional podcast editors who want to grow their business and get more clients. We're creating a community of like-minded professionals that are passionate about the art and science of editing podcasts. Our goal is to help you build your business by providing tools, resources, and support so you can focus on what matters most—your craft. This isn't just another group where everyone talks about how great they are at podcast editing; we show our work! Follow or subscribe and take the Podcast Editors Mastermind with you today! https://followthepodcast.com/pem (Follow the Podcast Editors Mastermind) https://lovethepodcast.com/pem (Share your love for the Podcast Editors Mastermind)

BLISS VIBES ONLY
154. Self Help vs. Self Love, What Venus Retrograde means for you

BLISS VIBES ONLY

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 21:42


It's time to leave self help for creating more self devotion in your life.  ***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk
The Best of Journey to The Stage Season 5

The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 71:38


This week, I'm so excited to be sharing a different kind of episode with you here on The Big Talk.    Today, you'll be hearing the best of my Journey to the Stage episodes from Season 5, when I took three speakers on the journey of identifying, crafting, and delivering their big talks.   We'll explore everything from brainstorming and qualifying ideas to openings and closings to actual feedback from me on their big talk delivery.   I know you're going to gain so much from listening in on the journey of these speakers, and if you're interested in going even deeper into the process, you will be able to find each episode from this series linked in the show notes.    In this episode, we'll explore: Why every idea is a good idea The difference between an idea and an issue How to qualify your ideas and choose one for your big talk Developing a blueprint for your talk Why the process of creating your big talk is adjustable for you More from Cheryl, Suzie, and James James's previous appearances on The Big Talk podcast in Episode 87, 88, 89, 90 & 91 Cheryl's previous appearances on The Big Talk podcast in Episode 92, 94, 95, 96, & 97  Suzie's previous appearances on The Big Talk podcast in Episode 98, 99, 100, 101, & 102 More from Tricia  Amplify your voice in 2022 with The Big Talk New Year Workbook Order my book, The Influential Voice: Saying What You Mean for Lasting Legacy Join The Big Talk Membership Community  Download my FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking  Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram  Connect with me on Facebook  Connect with me on LinkedIn  Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com

The Show with John Madsen
197: Amplify Your Results

The Show with John Madsen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 25:20


In this episode John discusses pouring gasoline on your efforts with immaculate intention and detail so that your results increase exponentially. Listen in! –––––––––––––––– Also, if you have a question that you think John should address on the show; click the link below and reach out on Instagram, or leave a comment where you see this message. As described in the episode, for 5 free days of training, visit Www.athleticafchallenge.com.  To connect with John on his social media channels, leave a rating and review or access his free giveaways, click this link! Connect with John Madsen.

Happier in Hollywood
Ep. 241: The Nimble Life

Happier in Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 25:29


Liz and Sarah discuss the necessity of staying nimble as they write and produce Season Two of Fantasy Island. “Lean TV” requires a lot of juggling! Then, in Amplify, Liz talks about her new favorite show, The Sex Lives of College Girls. Next, they introduce a brand new segment – HIH WFH (Happier In Hollywood Work From Home) – and reveal a strategy to protect important work time when there's a lot going on at home. This week's Hollywood Hack will keep your feet warm this winter: Brooklinen socks. P.S. We ho-ho-hope you'll tune in TONIGHT for our Fantasy Island holiday episodes on FOX! Get in touch on Twitter: @sarahmfain & @elizabethcraft Get in touch on Instagram: @Sfain & @LizCraft Visit our website: https://happierinhollywood.com Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/HappierinHollywood/ Happier in Hollywood is part of ‘The Onward Project,' a family of podcasts brought together by Gretchen Rubin—all about how to make your life better. Check out the other Onward Project podcasts—Happier with Gretchen Rubin, Side Hustle School, Do The Thing, and Everything Happens with Kate Bowler . If you liked this episode, please subscribe, leave a review, and tell your friends! LINKS The Sex Lives of College Girls https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11212276/ Big Fat Positive: A Pregnancy and Parenting Journey Podcast https://bigfatpositivepodcast.com/ Brooklinen Socks https://www.brooklinen.com/collections/slippers-socks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Total Fit Boss Chick - Entrepreneurship, Mindset, and Lifestyle
5 Keys to Amplify Your Authority with Public Speaking

Total Fit Boss Chick - Entrepreneurship, Mindset, and Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 16:50


How Do We Overcome the Fear of Public Speaking?One of the aspects to help with overcoming our fear of public speaking is to gain confidence. We can gain this confidence by competence. With the help of the five P's, all of these aspects will interweave and layer - next thing you know, you're speaking in front of an audience, with your voice being heard! Key Points of the Five P's Profile The first aspect is profile, which is you. You need to be clear about who you are, so when you're talking about yourself, it becomes easy to speak about yourself because you know yourself better than anyone. ProductSimilarly, you need to know your product or service very well. Be clear and confident with what you offer, because once you develop competence, it will be easier to answer any questions and overcome the fear of messing up!  Podcasting One of the best ways to start practicing, talking, and implementing is through podcasting. You don't necessarily have to worry about your face or physical gestures because it's focused on your voice. If you're hosting a podcast, you don't need to speak a lot but ask amazing questions that keep the conversation going. Presenting Webinars, seminars, or any presentations will bring you forward in overcoming your fear of public speaking. The best way to perfect public speaking is by doing it! Tom suggests delivering a signature talk, which spans from 60 to 90 minutes, where you effectively talk to and present to an audience. ProfitThe last P is profit. You can be the go-to expert in your industry when you have your voice heard. You can use speaking to grow your business, revenue, profitability, and network! Remember, the more impact you can have and the more income you can have as well in the world.Be Heard! Your voice is your power, so tune into Episode 73 of the Total Fit Boss Chick to get all the details about gaining confidence and overcoming your fear of public speaking! Connect with Tom, LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tombailey-speakingcoach/?originalSubdomain=ukWebsite: https://www.succeedthroughspeaking.com/Instagram: @succeedthroughspeaking

The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma
One Powerful Method to Amplify Self-Love in 2022

The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 3:46


Much of my personal leadership journey has been an exercise in building self-love.A lot of my healing work over the past 20 years has been a passion to accept and appreciate whatever it is that I am.My largest private dedication has been to excavate my weaknesses in hot pursuit of that which is my highest.In my experience, the single best way to amplify self-love is to speak your truth. Even when your voice shakes.Claim one of the limited memberships to Robin Sharma's  premium digital course, The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method here.The Everyday Hero Manifesto Method offers a step-by-step system to multiply your success in your professional and personal life, with him as your personal mentor for one year.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube

The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk
Leaving It All Behind with John Strelecky

The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 26:28


This week, we're talking about leaving it all behind, getting out of your own way, and finding the courage to step into your voice.   For this episode, I am joined by the incredible John Strelecky.    John is a bestselling author, inspirational speaker, and adventure seeker. Following a life changing event when he was 33 years old, John was inspired to sit down and tell the story of The Cafe on the Edge of the World, his first book. Within a year of its release, word of mouth support from readers had spread the book across the globe — inspiring people on every continent.    He has been honored alongside Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins, and Deepak Chopra as one of the 100 most inspirational thought leaders in the field of leadership and personal development. All of this continues to humble and amaze him.    As you'll hear John share in our conversation, he has learned to turn the question of “Who am I to do this?” into “Who am I NOT to do this?” When he isn't writing or speaking, John spends extensive time backpacking around the world.  In this episode, we'll explore: The challenging and adventurous path that led John to where he is now Finding his voice personally and finding his voice as an author & storyteller The courage to share your story and being available for its message to flow through you Defining true success for you and coming up with your “Big Five for Life” John's current favorites — Book: Illusions, Speakers: James Veitch & Morgan Freeman, and Podcast: Smartless More from John Website: https://www.johnstrelecky.com/  His books, The Cafe on the Edge of the World and The Big Five for Life Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnstrelecky  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnstrelecky  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnstrelecky/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/johnstrelecky    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAmJBp6eHE7ONFNYEHxCRWQ  More from Tricia  Amplify your voice in 2022 with The Big Talk New Year Workbook Order my book, The Influential Voice: Saying What You Mean for Lasting Legacy Join The Big Talk Membership Community  Download my FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking  Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram  Connect with me on Facebook  Connect with me on LinkedIn  Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com

Last 8% Morning
What to do when we amplify the negative?

Last 8% Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 20:03


We are facing the holiday season and we will be spending time with family and friends and others who we don't ordinarily spend time with.And there is a chance, a high probability in fact, that we could become more negative, more triggered, more emotional than we would like to be.What to do?In today's episode we talk about why our brain is programmed to amplify the negative and what we can do about it.Let's walk!Interested in finding out what your personality type is when you face a Last 8% situation?To take our assessment go to: http://last8percent.com/quizYou can register for our next Last 8% Academy at: https://last8percent.com/Join our Facebook Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thelast8project“The way to dissolve our resistance to life is to meet it face to face. When we feel resentment because the room is too hot, we could meet the heat and feel its fieriness and its heaviness. When we feel resentment because the room is too cold, we could meet the cold and feel its iciness and its bite. When we want to complain about the rain, we could feel its wetness instead. When we worry because the wind is shaking our windows, we could meet the wind and hear its sound. Cutting our expectations for a cure is a gift we can give ourselves. There is no cure for hot and cold. They will go on forever. After we have died, the ebb and flow will still continue. Like the tides of the sea, like day and night—this is the nature of things. Being able to appreciate, being able to look closely, being able to open our minds—this is the core of our practice.”Pema Chodron

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153. 7 Healthy Habits for a High Vibe Home

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 26:01


Become more balanced and blissful in your life by cultivating a home environment that makes you feel oh so good. Get inside my program High Vibe Home here.  ***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

Hey World, it's Me!
(TRINITY LIVES) AMPLIFY your Magnetism

Hey World, it's Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 33:21


Live, unscripted, and uncensored. Join me, Taylor Christopher, and Sarah Rose as part of our Divinely guided trio and TRINITY Livestream series.⇨ Text “

Empower Project Radio
Going from 10k to 60k months — WHAT'S NEEDED

Empower Project Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 33:30


Q1 MASTERMIND A high-level mentorship + support to accelerate your business (sacred STRATEGY), activate your power (next-level leadership embodiment), and Amplify you Impact (magnetism, expanding your income, impacting the masses with your magic). And SISTERHOOD. To be seen, heard + held through your growth and healing.   3 months. High-level support. On-demand business mentorship. Kundalini + energy activation. Masterful minds in collaboration  I carefully curated this container to be for the visionary ready to GO in 2022. No more spinning tires, but mind blowing momentum. This is my jam. 

Founder Shares
How great leaders amplify the power of teams, with Tom Finegan

Founder Shares

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 45:23


Back in 1991, Tom Finegan was working for a consulting firm that was doing very well - except he felt like the firm cared more about the bottom line than the success of their clients. So Tom made the scary leap to entrepreneurship, and he now has 30 years of startup and leadership lessons to share.Tom Finegan is the founder and CEO of Clarkston Consulting, and author of the Wall Street Journal best-selling book, Amplifiers: How Great Leaders Magnify the Power of Teams, Increase the Impact of Organizations, and Turn Up the Volume on Positive Change.Hosted by Trevor Schmidt, Founder Shares is brought to you by Hutchison PLLC, and is edited and produced by Earfluence.

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152. Creating balance, slowing down and time management tips

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 31:07


Fertility Wellness with The Wholesome Fertility Podcast
EP 162 How Affirmations Changed My Life and Four Ways to Amplify Them!

Fertility Wellness with The Wholesome Fertility Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 29:27


In today's episode I wanted to share just how powerful affirmations have been on my life – as an example of how they can work!  Affirmations have the potential to alter your life, but there are a few ways to amplify and optimize their effectiveness!  I will be sharing four of my favorite tricks to ignite the power of your affirmations!   Get your fertility e-book here: https://www.michelleoravitz.com/fertilityebook   For more information about Michelle, visit www.michelleoravitz.com The Wholesome Fertility facebook group is where you can find free resources and support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2149554308396504/ Instagram: @thewholesomelotusfertility Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewholesomelotus/

My Empower Project
Diet Consultation, Workout Plans & the Growth of Fitness & Nutrition Brand Erin Roe MEP049

My Empower Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 17:01


Purchase downloadable 6 Week Meal Plan only! Carved Body Kickstart 6 week confidence challenge! Applying does not make you obligated to purchase the challenge. You will receive an email from me after filling out the short online form! Book an initial call for diet or fitness consulting! We can discuss Amplify, Amplify Fire, Propel, or Propel Plus during our consultation call. Fit Nomad online course (start any date and go at your own pace) Fit Nomad book (excludes the videos of me actually meal prepping) Revamp online course Revamp book Time Management online mini course Time Management ebook Click each to be my friend on IG: @erinroefit @erinlynndesignshome Find all things I created HERE at erinroe.com *I am an Amazon affiliate.

PR After Hours
Rick Lozano on Acoustic Leadership

PR After Hours

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 29:54


Rick Lozano helps people unlock potential and amplify their talent, and he does it all with his unique blend of energy, expertise, and a musician's soul. With twenty years of experience in award-winning talent and leadership development programs, Rick brings his unique approach to audiences across the globe, combining his expertise as a world-class speaker with his talents as a singer/songwriter and musician. He's also a small business owner and knows firsthand the challenges startups face. Today on the show, Rick and Alex discuss ways to make small business startups more successful. You'll learn about Why you need a CRM How automation can keep you sane Why "template" is not a dirty word The power of masterminds ...and be sure to listen to the very end for something really special that we think will definitely hit a nerve if you are on LinkedIn! Rick is the author of Acoustic Leadership – Develop A Leadership Culture That Resonates and the owner of Unlock & Amplify®. He has built a reputation for his refreshing delivery that leaves audiences raving and - more importantly - with action items they can immediately implement to produce change. Buy the book: https://amzn.to/3xKbxck Connect: https://ricklozano.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-lozano/ Spotify--click here. Get Alex's new book, THE PODCAST OPTION: https://amzn.to/3gOCYLj Listen to our entire library of episodes and more on the show website: PRAfterHours.com. Drop a buck in the tip jar here. PR After Hours Theme: https://filmmusic.io "Bossa Antigua" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC. Sound effects. As an Amazon Associate, we earn a small commission on some of our Amazon links. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alex-greenwood1/message

On the Brink with Andi Simon
295: Lisa Perrine—Clever, Creative Ways To Enhance And Amplify Workplace Communications

On the Brink with Andi Simon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 31:32


Learn a new way of thinking for new types of solutions Have you ever really wanted to know how to think about a problem in a new way? Maybe you need to improve your company's communications and conversations. Or your employees' motivation and productivity. Perhaps a Design Thinker could help you step back and objectively observe what the problem is and how you could conceptualize different ways to resolve it. Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Lisa Perrine. We have known each other for quite some time, and I am endlessly amazed at what she brings to our audience. Please listen, learn and share! Watch and listen to our conversation here Using Design Thinking to solve workplace problems in new ways Lisa and her colleagues focus on the human elements of communication: the interplay between workplace culture and communication, how people experience media, and how individuals interact with technology. As an anthropologist, I am particularly interested in the ROI of Design Thinking, in part because Design Thinkers have embraced ethnographic research and bring different types of observational thinking into their designs, much like we do at SAMC in our work with clients. During my interview with Lisa, you will learn a great deal about: Media Synchronicity for Virtual Meetings Psychological Safety in Workplace Teams The ROI of Design Thinking About Lisa Perrine Lisa is an experience designer, communication strategist and CEO of Cibola Systems. She approaches her work with a mixture of curiosity, creativity and the expertise gained from completing over 1000 consulting engagements for clients such as Netflix Los Angeles and London, Pacific Life Insurance Headquarters, Providence St. Joseph Health Donor Experience Design, SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles and New York, Sony Music West Coast Headquarters, TikTok Studio and United Talent Agency Headquarters. In 2013 Lisa successfully defended her dissertation for her doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University. She also earned an MBA from Pepperdine and a bachelor's degree in design from California State University, Long Beach. An avid researcher and frequent presenter, Lisa leads courses and workshops on Experience Design, Scenario Planning and Virtual Team Communication. You can connect with Lisa on LinkedIn or her website LisaPerrine.com, or email her at lperrine@cibolasystems.com. Want to find solutions to your most pressing business problems? Start here.  Blog: Innovative Applications of Corporate Anthropology in Business Blog: Need To Change Your Organization's Culture? 6 Best Ways To Do It. Podcast: Maybe You Need Anthropology To See Yourself In New Ways Additional resources for you My best-selling new book: "Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business" My award-winning first book: "On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights" Simon Associates Management Consultants website  

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151. Setting energetic boundaries and leveling up your worth

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 21:38


***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

Startup Marketing
Learn Your Target Audience

Startup Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 30:53


Learn how to develop your target audience for your small business. How having a target audience streamlines your marketing. This week's guest is Jeff Solomon. Jeff has a varied startup background as a six-time founder with three exits, most notably: selling his Saas CRM company Velocify in 2017 for $128 million. He co-founded the accelerator http://Amplify.la (Amplify.la) in Los Angeles, he teaches high school entrepreneurship and is one of the top advisors on http://Clarity.fm (Clarity.fm). Key Takeaways: What is a target audience How do you get to know your target audience Why customer development is critical to business and marketing success Connect with Jeff https://bak.me (Website) Music: Tuesday by Sascha Ende, Music.io

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150. Alchemizing Your Expectations Into Manifestations

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 29:16


***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

Amplify Your Process Safety
Top 10 Talk: Amplify Your PHAs, Recording of live event (12/7/2021)

Amplify Your Process Safety

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 58:36


Join us for a recording of Amplify's first Top 10 Talk. During this event, Rob Bartlett and Molly Myers, P.E., presented their top ten tips for successful Process Hazard Analyses (PHAs). A list of the tips that Rob and Molly elaborate on is presented below. 1. Choose your facilitator wisely 2. Documentation in key 3. The method matters 4. Create nodes like Goldilocks 5. Valuable members make a valuable team 6. What risk are you willing to accept? 7. Ask, "what's the worst that could happen?" 8. Approach operator response realistically 9. The final report is not the finish line 10.Don't procrastinate A Q&A session follows the presentation. If you would prefer to watch the talk instead, view a video recording of the event here. We want to know what you think - we welcome any feedback that you have about this event, and invite you to share your thoughts, including suggestions for future Top 10 Talk topics, in this short survey. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/amplifyyourprocesssafety/message

The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk
Speaking with Courage and Humility with Dr. Kristen Donnelly

The Big Talk with Tricia Brouk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 33:26


Today, we're talking about empathy, privilege, systems, and the courage it takes to use your voice when you have something truly important to say. For this crucial conversation, I'm once again being joined by an incredible speaker and my dear friend Dr. Kristen Donnelly.    Kristen is passionate about stories and how they shape us. She's been researching, learning, and telling them for over twenty years as she's traveled the world. Kristen holds a masters degree in international social work and one in cross-cultural religious anthropology. She also has a PhD in sociology from Queen's University Belfast.   Throughout all of those programs, she learned three key things about humanity: it's the same everywhere; different people are different; and everyone is more complicated than we give them credit for. Professionally, she's one of The Good Doctors of Abbey Research and COO of Abbey Companies. She lives outside Philadelphia with her husband, where they are surrounded by video game consoles and piles of books.   In this episode, we'll explore: Her unique family experience growing up and how it played into who she is now The systems that are deeply embedded in our society and our world Approaching things from a place of authenticity, humility, and curiosity  How your voice continues to evolve, learning to take constructive criticism, and being gentle with your former self Kristen's current favorites — Book: A Time to Kill, Speakers: Rob Bell & Brené Brown, and Podcast: Sinisterhood More from Kristen   Her first appearances on The Big Talk podcast in Episode 150 and Episode 335.   Website: https://www.abbey-research.com/  YouTube: Abbey Research LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/abbey-research/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AbbeyResearch  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/abbeyresearch/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abbeyresearch/  More from Tricia    Amplify your voice in 2022 with The Big Talk New Year Workbook Order my book, The Influential Voice: Saying What You Mean for Lasting Legacy Join The Big Talk Membership Community  Download my FREE Ebook: 7 Step Formula for Fearless Speaking  Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram  Connect with me on Facebook  Connect with me on LinkedIn  Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com 

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149. What to do to prepare for an incredible 2022

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 18:57


Start your 2022 off with confidence and power , book a private intensive Goddess coaching session with me here.  ***START YOUR GODDESS JOURNEY HERE***  ✨ Manifest Bliss Membership : https://www.blissvibesonly.com/membership

WeAreLATech LA Startups Podcast
Lauren Wang of Flex Company: WeAreLATech Startup Spotlight

WeAreLATech LA Startups Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 42:09


Don't miss out on the next WeAreLATech podcast episode, get notified by signing up here http://wearelatech.com/podcastWelcome to WeAreLATech's Los Angeles Tech Community Spotlight!   “Lauren Wang of Flex Company”WeAreLATech Podcast is a WeAreTech.fm production.To support our podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/believe To be featured on the podcast go to http://wearelatech.com/feature-your-la-startup/Want to be featured in the WeAreLATech Community? Create your profile here http://wearelatech.com/communityHost,Espree Devorahttps://twitter.com/espreedevorahttps://www.linkedin.com/in/espreeGuest,Lauren Wanghttps://twitter.com/lmschultehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/laurenschulte/Listener Spotlight, Abel Hernandez https://www.instagram.com/abelproductFor a calendar of all LA Startup events go to, http://WeAreLATech.comTo further immerse yourself into the LA Tech community go to http://wearelatech.com/vipLinks Mentioned:Flex, https://flexfits.comTechCrunch, https://techcrunch.comHomestead, https://www.homestead.comUpwork, https://www.upwork.comY Combinator, https://www.ycombinator.comThe Hard Thing About Hard Things, https://www.amazon.com/Hard-Thing-About-Things-Building/dp/0062273205High Output Management, https://www.amazon.com/High-Output-Management-Andrew-Grove/dp/0679762884Kingbridge, https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/series/KGS/kingsbridgeNoom, https://web.noom.com/programs/health-weight/Amplify.LA, http://amplify.laThe Bungalow, https://thebungalow.comGeorges Burgers, http://georgesburgersla.comPeople Mentioned:Ken Follett, https://ken-follett.comPanpan Wang, https://www.linkedin.com/in/panpanwang/Credits:Produced and Hosted by Espree Devora, http://espreedevora.comStory Produced, Edited and Mastered by Cory Jennings, https://www.coryjennings.com/Production and Voiceover by Adam Carroll, http://www.ariacreative.ca/Team support by Janice GeronimoMusic by Jay Huffman, https://soundcloud.com/jayhuffmanShort Title: Lauren Wang

Lois Koffi's Healthy N Wealthy N Wise Podcast
Writing & Publishing A Book Doesn‘t Have To Be Scary

Lois Koffi's Healthy N Wealthy N Wise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 35:03


Have you ever wanted to write a book and get it published....but maybe fear was holding you back????   I know that fear - I have lived it (even as recently as THIS YEAR!)   That is EVEN after partnering with today's guest and helping create a best selling/award winning international book together!   We will talk about overcoming this fear anyway and being FEARLESS in the process, with our guest, Lynda Sunshine West   As the Founder of Action Takers Publishing, Lynda Sunshine West's mission is to empower 5 million entrepreneurs to write, publish and market their books and get them on stages to AMPLIFY their voices.   She is affectionately known as The Queen of Collaboration. She's a Book Publisher, Speaker, International #1 Best-Selling Author, Executive Film Producer, and a Red Carpet Interviewer. At the age of 5, she ran away and was gone an entire week. She came home riddled with fears that stopped her from living. At age 51 she decided to face one fear every day for an entire year. In doing so, she gained an exorbitant amount of confidence and uses what she learned to fulfill her mission. She believes in cooperation & collaboration and loves connecting with like-minded people.   Here are her resources she mentioned on the call   ingramspark.com - go thru them instead of just Amazon! Spread the word about your book faster!   www.theyearoffears.com is where you can get a free copy of her first book where she faced one fear every day!     REGISTER FOR COACH LOIS' FREE ONLINE NETWORKING EVENT for Dec 16th https://www.joinagc.com/event/290   If you would like to learn more about Coach Lois' future and past guests, as well as join the party inside of her Healthy N Wealthy N Wise facebook community, go to www.healthynwealthynwise.com         For more of her amazing resources, as well as her guests free gifts, go to www.loiskoffi.com/resources       Join her FB community here go grow your business to $20K months in a balanced/healthy way here:   www.facebook.com/groups/permissionbased20kmonths/      

The Perfectly Imperfect Podcast with Kelly Lynn Adams | Personal Development | Confidence & Worthiness | Success | Mindset

Feeling stuck and stagnant? Are you ready to amplify to your next level personally and professionally? Tune in to hear the 4 tips that I share to support you in reaching that next step to your desires. It takes courage and commitment along with these other 4 tips & tools that I share in this week's episode.

Wildlife Observer Network
On Word for Wildlife | A Rosie Vision for Wildlife Conservation | Rosie Sanchez

Wildlife Observer Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 42:12


Wildlife conservation advocate Rosie Sanchez shares how she found herself in the work, her recent accomplishments, and her vision for achieving balance for humans and wildlife! Shameless plug to support Amplify the Future: https://amplifyfuture.betterworld.org/auctions/amplify-future-annual-auction/items/cooking-conversations-tykee-jame Rosie Sanchez on linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alma-sanchez-000495a6/ Rosie Sanchez on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rorosanchie/ Outdoor Equity Grant Program: https://cpw.state.co.us/outdoor-equity-fund Proposition 114: https://www.denverpost.com/2020/11/05/colorado-proposition-114-election-results-gray-wolves-final-results/#:~:text=Proposition%20114%20directs%20CPW%20to,the%20ground%E2%80%9D%20within%20three%20years. Credits: Executive Producer: Tony Croasdale; Audio Production: Tykee James; WON Artwork: Robin Irizarry; WON Stinger by Alexander Jenson (music by His Hero is Gone) Help our reach by rating us where you're listening to Wildlife Observer Network and sharing this episode on social media We have Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Please support our creativity with monthly payments through Anchor or Patreon. Or you can make a one-time contribution on our website. You can also help us right now by giving us a rating and sharing this episode on social media so your family, friends, and followers know you're a part of the Wildlife Observer Community. Want to become a contributor? Email us: urbanwildlifecast@gmail.com https://anchor.fm/wildlife-observer-network https://www.patreon.com/WildlifeObserverNetwork --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wildlife-observer-network/support

Faith Forward Online Business With Sara Anna Powers
Episode 136: How To Attract, Activate and Appreciate your Affiliates with Guest Expert Laura Sprinkle

Faith Forward Online Business With Sara Anna Powers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 47:41


Get ready to experience the BEST energy with today's special guest!! Laura Sprinkle is enthusiastic and incredibly gifted + wise when it comes to affiliate marketing. Laura is an affiliate partnerships strategist who specializes in working with digital course creators. Her partner program strategies have helped everyone from seven-figure industry leaders to budding entrepreneurs garner more than $25 million in partner revenues. She's worked with some of the online greats like Selena Soo, Todd Herman, and Amy Porterfield. As a matter of fact, it is through becoming an affiliate for Selena Soo's program that I was introduced to Laura!   In today's episode, Laura and I discuss:   Why now more than ever it's important for you to develop your affiliate program The value of relationship-building when considering an affiliate program How EASY it is to start an affiliate program with 2 simple steps: 1. Have an amazing offer! And 2. Have a way for people to pay you. What you can do starting today to develop strategic partnerships   Finally, we discuss Laura's four-part framework that works for enriching any relationship-- including affiliate partnerships: Attract, Activate, Amplify, Appreciate. Tune into the show to hear us expand on these. . .and the conversation got really great surrounding the appreciation piece!   Before you listen to the show, I'll leave you with this thought from Laura: When you partner with somebody for your program, offer, or product that you want to get into the hands of more people and someone else has an audience they've built trust with, they'll get a huge win for sharing your offerings, and they don't have to deliver on the offer. So it's a win-win for you, them, and the product purchaser!   Here's the best way to stay connected to Laura:   Laura's website   Laura's Instagram   Connect with Anna:    Anna's Website   Anna's Instagram   Anna's Facebook P.S. Want to attract the best clients to your online offers?  The Clickworthy Copywriting Certification™ is OPEN for enrollment! Click here for all the details and to enroll.

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148. Are you communicating properly with the Universe? Here's how to tell

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 30:52


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The Podcast On Podcasting
Ep109: Powerful Strategies To Create Content - DK Jonah

The Podcast On Podcasting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 40:00


Do you feel uncomfortable when the microphone is turned on and ready to record? Do you have the courage to say the words from the script you've written? Stay tuned for this episode to find out how DK Jonah overcame these podcasting hurdles and stepped beyond her comfort zone to create a great show.   WHAT TO LISTEN FOR The emerging challenges in podcasting  How to plan a podcast script and structure your episodes Adding value versus Self promotion Methods of branding: DIY, DWY and DFY    RESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED Audacity  Tik Tok  Canva   ABOUT DK JONAH Daukoru Jonah, better known as DK, is a podcaster and content marketing enthusiast. She is a multipotentialite, which means she has a variety of passions and interests. She is passionate about brand creation. She spends the majority of her time as an online engagement coach, committed to providing people with the skills and tools needed to acquire brand clarity and create brand awareness in a highly competitive market. She streamlined the branding process from inception to completion. She is currently the co-host of two podcasts, "The Introvert's Guide to Content Creators" and "Amplify the Gospel."   CONNECT WITH DK IG: @dkjonah Website: 41:03 Content That Works, 41:42 Amplify The Gospel Podcast: The Introvert's Guide To: Content Creation Youtube: DIY Branding with DK Jonah    CONNECT WITH US Thinking about creating and growing your own podcast but not sure where to start? Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams!

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CD242 The Offshore Drilling Police

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 95:22


On October 1, 2021 an oil pipeline that was likely struck by a cargo ship's anchor leaked tens of thousands of gallons of oil into the ocean and onto the beaches of Orange County, CA. In this episode, examine how the oil spill happened by listening to testimony provided to both the U.S. Congress and the California State Senate, and learn about the disturbing lack of policing that is taking place under the sea. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! Background Sources Articles and Documents Nicole Charky. April 7, 2021. “LA City Council Urges Newsom To Close Playa Del Rey Oil Storage.” Patch. Nicole Charky. March 23, 2021. “Is It Time To Shut Down The Playa Del Rey Oil Storage Facility?” Patch. U.S. Government Accountability Office. Offshore Oil and Gas: Updated Regulations Needed to Improve Pipeline Oversight and Decommissioning. GAO-21-293. Jen's Highlighted PDF Heal the Bay. June 24, 2015 . “Confirmed: L.A. Tar Balls Linked to Santa Barbara Spill.” planetexperts.com Heal the Bay. August 20, 2012. “What Are Those Black Clumps on the Beach?” Sarah S. Elkind. June 1, 2012. “Oil in the City: The Fall and Rise of Oil Drilling in Los Angeles.” The Journal of American History, Volume 99, Issue 1. Tom Fowler. February 21, 2012. “U.S., Mexico Sign Deal on Oil Drilling in Gulf.“ The Wall Street Journal. APPEL News Staff. May 10, 2011. “Academy Case Study: The Deepwater Horizon Accident Lessons for NASA.” APPEL News, Volume 4, Issue 1. Offshore Technology. “Projects: Macondo Prospect, Gulf of Mexico.” Bureau of Ocean Energy Management. November 23, 1970. Treaty to Resolve Pending Boundary Differences and Maintain the Rio Grande and Colorado River as the International Boundary. Open Secrets Profiles Rep. Yvette Herrell - New Mexico District 02 Rep. Paul Gosar - Arizona District 04 Rep. Bruce Westerman - Arkansas District 04 Rep. Katie Porter - California District 45 Rep. Pete Stauber - Minnesota District 08 Images Playa del Ray in the 1920s 2021 Huntington Bay Oil Spill Image 1. CA State Senate: Natural Resources and Water Committee Informational Hearing Southern California Oil Spill: Preparation response, ongoing risks, and potential solutions. 2021Huntington Bay Oil Spill Image 2 CA State Senate: Natural Resources and Water Committee Informational Hearing Southern California Oil Spill: Preparation response, ongoing risks, and potential solutions. Mileage of Decommissioned Pipelines Removed Relative to Those Left in Place. GAO Analysis of Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement Data, GAO-21-293. Potential Effects of Currents on Pipeline Leak Identification. GAO-21-293. Hearings Southern California Oil Spill: Preparation response, ongoing risks, and potential solutions California State Senate: Natural Resources and Water Committee Thursday, October 28, 2021 Witnesses: Chuck Bonham Head of California Department of Fishing and Wildlife Tom Cullen Administrator of OSPR (Offshore Spill Prevention and Response) Kim Carr Mayor Pro Tem, City of Huntington Beach Brian Nowicki California Climate Policy Director at the Center for Biological Diversity Pete Stauffer Environmental Director for the Surfrider Foundation Jennifer Lucchesi State Lands Commission Clips 3:44 Senator Henry Stern: But the pipeline that runs to Amplify and Beta Offshore's platform is the source of the oil production that runs through the pipeline in question. That pipeline is in federal jurisdiction but it brings that produced oil onshore into the state waters and eventually on state lands. 21:05 Chuck Bonham: What we now know is about four and a half miles offshore, so in federal waters, there's a pipeline that runs from one platform, which is a collection of three platforms operated by a company called Beta Offshore, owned by a company called Amplify Energy. That last platform, Ellie, has a pipeline which delivers the product 17.7 miles inland, where the pipe comes on shore just below the Queen Mary more or less, to land based infrastructure. That pipe had a rupture in it. And we now know based on visual and diver and other evidentiary efforts, that about 4000 feet of that pipeline was moved about 105 feet off of center. And in that stretch is about a 13 inch horizontal, almost like a hairline fracture. If you could imagine a bone break in a pipe, which is, I think, about 13 inches in diameter, concrete on the outside and metal on the inside. That's the likely source of the leak. 22:25 Chuck Bonham: From the very beginning moments, all of us involved assumed a worse case. At that moment in time we had a planning number of a spill of about 3,134 Barrels which is 131,000 gallons rounding as a maximum worst case. 30:59 Chuck Bonham: A month later we now think the likely spill number is 24,696 gallons 41:13 Chuck Bonham: Fortunately given the size of the spill, there were not as many wildlife casualties as could have occurred during a higher migration cycle. 1:25:47 Mayor Kim Carr: So starting off on Saturday, October 2, it's been brought up that yes, we did have a very large air show happening that day. About 1.5 million people were on the beach that day to see the Pacific Air Show. And around nine o'clock that morning, there were city personnel that heard an announcement on VHF channel 16 by the Coast Guard of a possible oil spill in the area, but nothing very specific. At that time, no major details, it wasn't anything to really worry about. By 10:30 in the morning, the Coast Guard had advised us that the spill was larger than originally thought. However, we didn't have a whole lot of information as to where the location of the spill was nor of the scope of the situation. By 11 o'clock that same day, the Coast Guard had announced that it was now going to be a major spill, and that the incident management team was being activated. 1:28:00 Mayor Kim Carr: At two o'clock, the Coast Guard had advised us that the oil spill would not be reaching the shores of Huntington Beach until Monday, October 4. And again, we didn't have a whole lot of information as to where the spill was. We knew it was off our coast, but we didn't know exactly where or exactly how large the spill was. But then interestingly enough, just a half hour later, we started to receive messages that there were boats that were experiencing oil damage just outside of the air show flight box. And so that became a concern for our city. So then we activated our fire crews, our hazmat team, or the oil spill response trailer and started to do the mitigation efforts. Then this is where it gets to be very, very interesting. At 2:45 the city was notified by the Newport Beach rescue vessel that there were private contractors conducting oil spill cleanups outside of the air show flight box. 1:32:42 Mayor Kim Carr: What we could have done better, what would have been an opportunity was perhaps if the Coast Guard had some sort of awareness, the night before or when that nine o'clock notification came through, we could have been even more proactive because as I said before, every hour during these crises matters. 1:34:00 Mayor Kim Carr: The Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve was spared. The Talbert Marsh does have oil damage and again looking back, if we could have had maybe a few more hours notice, we probably could have mitigated that damage even more than what we did. 1:43:17 Brian Nowicki: Like all of you, we at the Center for Biological Diversity are heartbroken by every oil and seabird and are alarmed at the miles of marshes and coastline that will be poisoned for years by this bill. We're angry that yet again, the oil industry has proven its inability to contain its toxic pollution. The structure of pipeline funding to beach proves yet again, that every piece of fossil fuel infrastructure is yet another disaster waiting to happen. And there is a lot of that infrastructure in California. It's increasingly old, outdated in disrepair and poorly located, like the 40 year old pipeline that gave us this most recent spill, all of which makes it increasingly dangerous. Looking beyond the nine oil platforms and islands in state water, there are 23 platforms in federal waters off California. But the fact that those 23 platforms are a little farther from shore should not give us much comfort. First, because oil spills from those operations still end up in our water, our beaches and our wildlife. But also as we've heard today, further from shore also means longer stretches of aging and dangerously vulnerable infrastructure, like the 17 mile long pipeline we're discussing today are clean, reliable federal regulations to protect us from oil spills in federal waters. Federal regulators continue to prove that they are perfectly willing to allow those platforms to continue operating to the last drop of oil despite the mounting dangers of decaying infrastructure well beyond its intended lifespan, outdated drilling plans, numerous violations and insufficient bonds to pay for decommissioning. 1:45:15 Brian Nowicki: But I want to be clear that this is not a problem unique to offshore platforms. At the exact same time that 10s of thousands of gallons of oil were rolling up onto beaches and marshes in Orange County, there was an oil spill in Kern County that is now approaching 5 million gallons of fluid, a mixture of crude oil, toxic wastewater, that includes 600,000 gallons of crude. In fact, in just the last few years, there have been many oil spills in California greater than the spill off Huntington Beach. In the Cymric field alone there were three huge spills in 2019 at 550,000 gallons, 836,000 and 1.2 million gallons respectively. 159,000 in Midway in 2019, 250,000 at McKittrick in 2020. There is another ongoing spill at a separator plant in Cymric that has been leaking since 2003 and has reportedly released as much as 84 million gallons of fluid to date. Now these numbers reflect total combined volumes of crude and produced water and mud, which constitute a toxic mix. As state agencies have testified before this legislature in the past, these dangerous onshore oil operations have contaminated groundwater, land, and wildlife. 1:46:32 Brian Nowicki: After more than 150 years of the oil industry drilling at will in California, the oil is gone and the bottom of the barrel that's left is harder and more dangerous to extract. There's also some of the most carbon polluting crude in the world. With the easy stuff taken, the oil industry is in decline in California, with production down 68% since 1985. The only question is how much more damage will this dying industry do on its way out? 1:49:10 Pete Stauffer: Now with the oil deposit seen as far south as the Mexico border, there are concerns that San Diego wetlands are also being impacted. Moreover, while birds, fish and marine mammals have been the most visibly impacted, the full scale of the ecological damage will take some time to become clear. In the week since the spill event, the oil slick has transformed into an incalculable number of tar balls in the ocean, while tar balls typically float, they can also find their way into underwater sediment or near shore habitats where their impacts on ecological health and wildlife may persist for years or even decades. 1:52:51 Pete Stauffer: According to the federal government there have been at least 44 oil spills since 1969 that have each released more than 10,000 barrels of oil into US waters 2:02:36 Mayor Kim Carr: Just to give you an idea of how much TOT we do receive in Huntington Beach, we receive about $16 million a year. We don't receive anything from those offshore platforms, nothing. And as far as the drilling that we currently have here in Huntington Beach, it's less than $700,000 a year. 2:05:54 Brian Nowicki: What I can't say though, for sure is that it's going to take longer than one season to see what the full impacts are to the local wildlife. And of course, it is wetlands and marshes that often are the most difficult and take the longest to recover from the sorts of impacts. 2:21:11 Jennifer Lucchesi: In 1921, the legislature created the first tidelands oil and gas leasing program. The existing offshore leases the commission is responsible for managing today were issued over a 30 year period between 1938 and 1968. Importantly, I want to highlight a specific act in 1995. The Cunningham shell Act, which serves as a foundational law for the existing legacy oil and gas leases the commission currently manages. Importantly, this Act required the commission to issue oil and gas leases for term not based on years, but for so long as oil and gas is produced in paying quantities. Essentially, this means that Alessi can produce oil and gas pursuant to their state lease indefinitely as long as it is economic for them to do so. 2:58:13 Jennifer Lucchesi: For pipelines that are solely within state waters and under lease with the State Lands Commission, we require the pipelines to be externally and internally inspected annually. And we have engineers on staff that review those inspections and consult with the fire marshal as well with our federal partners on any type of remedial action that needs to happen based on the results of those inspections. For those pipelines that cross both federal and state waters our authority is more limited because the federal government's regulatory authority takes precedence. And PHMSA (Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration) is the primary federal agency that regulates those interstate pipelines. They require inspections externally and internally every two years. And that's what this pipeline at issue was subjected to, the platform Elly pipeline. 03:01:20 Senator Dave Min: Let's say you have a pipe and the lease term ends. What powers do you have? What are the considerations you have to follow either statutory or contractually to renew those permits, issue a new permit? Or alternatively, do you have any leeway contractually, statutorily to end those permits prematurely and say, you know, we don't think that, you know, the upkeep is appropriate, you're violating certain provisions, we're just gonna take away your permit prematurely. Do you have any leeway like that? So I'm just trying to get a sense of your flexibility, both in issuing new right of way permits, but also yanking away existing permits. Jennifer Lucchesi: Certainly. So I can give an example of our lease compliance and enforcement actions most recently, with a pipeline that served platforms Hogan and Houchin in the Santa Barbara Channel. Those are two federal platforms in federal waters, that pipeline that served those platforms did cross into state waters and connected on shore. That pipeline lessee of ours was not compliant with our lease terms and the commission took action to terminate those leases based on non compliance and default in breach of the lease terms. And essentially, that did terminate production on those two federal platforms. And they are part of the eight federal platforms that BOEM just announced they were going to be looking at as part of a programmatic EIS for decommissioning. The Commission does not have the authority to unilaterally terminate an existing valid lease absent any evidence of a breach or non compliance SOUTHERN CA OIL LEAK: INVESTIGATING THE IMMEDIATE EFFECTS ON COMMUNITIES, BUSINESSES, AND ENVIRONMENT House Committee On Natural Resources, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations and the Subcommittee October 18, 2021 Witnesses: Dr. Michael H. Ziccardi Director, Oiled Wildlife Care Network Executive Director, One Health Institute, School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis Scott Breneman Commercial Fishing, Retail Market, and Restaurant Owner Newport Beach, CA Vipe Desai Founding Member, Business Alliance for Protecting the Pacific Coast Dr. David L. Valentine Norris Presidential Chair, Earth Science Professor of Marine Science, UC Santa Barbara Clips 15:44 Rep. Katie Porter: As of October 10, workers had recovered 250,000 pounds of oily debris and 14 barrels full of tar balls from the Orange County shorelines. That is a small fraction, though, of the oil that was released, most of which is being distributed in the ocean, making its way into the food chain or falling to the ocean floor. Some of that oil is now heading south. And we will not learn the long term consequences on the environment for many years to come. 17:39 Rep. Katie Porter: The witnesses here with us today will reveal a different kind of subsidy for oil and gas companies, an involuntary subsidy that occurs when the community bears the costs of oil drilling's pollution. When a locally owned business like Mr Brennaman that has been in the family for four generations loses tens of thousands of dollars because of the leak. That's his subsidies to oil and gas. When a hotel loses its bookings overnight. That's its subsidy for oil and gas. When the fragile decades-long effort to recover a species under the Endangered Species Act is finally showing progress, but an oil spill puts it all at risk. That's a cost of oil and gas to these subsidies and so many others are the reasons that oil wells like the ones behind this leak are still active. Getting rid of the subsidies is the first step to get rid of the problem. 27:52 Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA): We know that the spill was not reported by the responsible oil company until the next day, despite the company's knowledge. We also know that Orange County residents recognize that there was a problem in part due to the smell caused by this bill and actually reported it before the oil company did so, clearly something wrong with that. 28:35 Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA): In my congressional district, which is just the south of here, the spill shutdown businesses and beaches in Dana Point in San Clemente. Tarballs that are likely caused by the spill have also been found as far south in my district as Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas and Del Mar in San Diego County. 29:03 Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA): It'll come as no surprise that more than $2 billion in wages and $4 billion in gross domestic product are generated by Orange County's ocean and marine economy, including tourism. So we have a lot to lose every time there's a spill, not just to our beaches but to our economy. 39:30 Dr. Michael H. Ziccardi: In Birds, the primary issue we are concerned mostly about are the acute effects due to hypothermia. If you think of feathers almost as a dry suit in animals, if oil gets on that dry suit, it creates a hole that allows cold water to seep next to the skin. Birds can get very cold in the environment and start to waste away, they have to come ashore to stay warm, but they can no longer eat. So these birds actually can waste away in a matter of days unless proactive capture occurs. There can also be chronic effects in animals as well due to printing of oil off of the feathers or ingestion in their food items. Those chronic effects can include, in essence, effects on every organ system in an animal's body from reproductive effects liver, kidney, respiratory tracts, depending on the dose and the exposure and the toxin itself. 42:50 Scott Breneman: We were fishing on Friday, October 1, and we were coming in the harbor and I detected a distinct odor of oil and it was about midnight we're heading in. Kind of search around the boat. I thought maybe it was a spill on the boat or a hose broke. I went in the engine room, searched all the hatches where I keep all my extra fluids and everything, didn't find anything. Come the next day the press released that there was an actual oil spill, and my fish sales and my fish market, once that was released, they dropped drastically down, 90% this past few weeks since it was released. I've seen the same effect -- my family's been fishing for four generations and in the 90s my dad went through the oil spill that was off Seal Beach, in our fish market, the same exact response from the public scared, worried the products contaminated. A huge ripple effect all the way up to the wholesalers I deal with outside of Orange County there. They had concerns from their customers, their restaurants. And to rebuild that business when it happened in the 90s, I watched my dad struggle for months to get back to back to where it was and it's...I'm seeing the same exact thing happen here. A couple of days after the oil spill they had closed Newport Harbor. And so my boat was actually trapped inside of the harbor so I wasn't even able to go service my accounts. And it's just been, to tell you the truth, a very difficult couple of weeks and I'm not sure how long this is going to last. I'm not sure how the public's going to respond to it long term if there's still going to have some fear that the fish is contaminated. 46:20 Vipe Desai: In fact between 2007 and 2018 there were over 7000 oil spills in federal waters, an average of about two every day. 46:50 Vipe Desai: The first impact came from the much anticipated Pacific Air Show. As oil began to wash ashore, beaches were deemed unsafe for activity. On Saturday October 2nd, 1.5 million visitors saw the show from Huntington Beach, but the show's triumphant conclusion on Sunday was cancelled with little fanfare. Cancellations hit hotels and resorts almost immediately and their surrounding retail and restaurants suffered. Wing Lam, co-founder of Wahoo's Fish tacos, informed me that the Saturday before the oil spill felt like a busy summer day. But the following day, once word got out about the spill, it was a ghost town. In addition, as the spill moved south, their locations in Laguna Beach and San Clemente started to feel the impacts. Bobby Abdel, owner of Jack's Surfboards, had a similarly bleak weekend. He told me that once the oil spill was announced customer traffic plummeted. Their stores are facing a stockpile of unsold inventory from the US Open of Surfing and the Pacific Air Show. All nine of Jack's Surfboards locations were impacted in some form or another because of the spill. Later in the week, I received a call from a colleague, Wendy Marshall, a full time hard working mother of two who shared with me that her upcoming Airbnb reservations, a form of income to help her offset college tuition costs for her children, had mostly been cancelled. From Dana Point though dolphin and whale capital of the world and the first whale Heritage Site in the Americas. Giselle Anderson from local business Captain Dave's Dolphin and Whale Watching Safari shared losses from trips and bookings into November could be down as much as 74% because of the oil spill. 52:15 Dr. David L. Valentine: I want to invoke my privilege as a university professor to start with a little bit of a history lesson. Many people think that the largest spill in US history occurred in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010. This is not correct. The largest spill in US history occurred in California. It was not the October 2021 spill that we're here to talk about today. Nor was it the 2015 refugio beach pipeline rupture on the gaviota coast. It was not the 2007 Cosco, Busan spill and San Francisco Bay. And it was not the 1997 platform Irene pipeline rupture of Annenberg Air Force Base. It was not the 1990 American traders spill off the coast of Huntington Beach. It was not the 1969 platform, an oil spill off of Santa Barbara, the one that helped spawn the environmental movement. Nor was it the sinking of the SS Montebello, an oil freighter that was hit by a Japanese torpedo off the coast of Cambria and World War Two. It was called the Lakeview Gusher. It occurred in Kern County, and it's estimated to have released around 380 million gallons of oil over an 18 month period starting in 1910. And I tell you this bit of California history because it punctuates five important points. First, oil production carries inherent risk. Second, California has suffered more than its fair share of spills. Third, the size of a spill is only one factor in determining its impact. Fourth, responsiveness and context matter. And fifth, every spill is different and that includes the impacts. 54:24 Dr. David L. Valentine: For the current spill, I have honed in on three key modes of exposure that concern me most: floating oil slicks that can impact organisms living at or near the sea surface, coastline areas such as wetlands where oil can accumulate and persist, and the sea floor, where oil can easily hide from view but may still pose longer term risks. Among these three, the fate of impacts of submerged oil is especially relevant to California, is the least well understood, and requires additional research effort. 59:40 Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA): So recently I asked the Department of Interior about the specific kinds of subsidies that Beta Operating received. Beta is a subsidiary of Amplify Energy, and that's the company that owns the platforms and the pipelines that leaked off our coast. It turns out that they got nearly $20 million from the federal government, specifically because the oil wells are at the end of their lives and are not producing much oil, which makes them less profitable. So taxpayers are being asked to pay to encourage oil production in the Pacific Ocean by giving oil companies millions of dollars to do it. 1:00:39 Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA): Beta operating is in line to get another $11 million to drill for new wells off the coast because that $11 million is needed, in their words, “to make production economic.” So taxpayers are being asked to pay Beta to drill new wells. That means wells that would otherwise not be drilled without our taxpayer subsidy. 01:02:52 Dr. Michael H. Ziccardi: What we have found, during and after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, is that dolphins can be significantly impacted by oil, primarily through inhalation of the fumes at the surface and ingestion of the oil substances themselves. What we found is that it affects their immune system, it affects their reproductive tract, and it affects their gastrointestinal tract, so very significant changes. And that's information that is just now starting to come out in the publications from the Deepwater Horizon incident. 1:06:51 Vipe Desai: Had this oil spill moved north, it would have impacted two of the busiest ports in the nation, which account for billions of dollars of goods flowing in and out of both ports of LA and Long Beach. And that would have had an even larger impact to other communities across the US. 1:08:21 Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA): The annual oil production off the coast of California is about 1/3 of what our nation produces in a single day. So it really is a drop in the bucket when you consider the overwhelming potential for economic damage for environmental damage, the risks simply aren't worth it. 1:09:34 Vipe Desai: California's ocean economy generates $54.3 billion in revenue and supports 654,000 jobs. 1:25:15 Dr. David L. Valentine: In Orange County, the areas that I would look at most closely as being especially vulnerable on the environmental side would be the wetland environments. Places like Talbert Marsh where oil can surge in with the tide. And it can get trapped in those environments and it can get stuck and it won't come back out when the tide recedes. Those are especially vulnerable because they're these rich, diverse ecosystems. They provide a whole host of different services, whether it's flyways, or fisheries, or in keeping the nutrient levels moderated in coastal waters. And that oil can stick there and it can have a long term impact. And furthermore, cleanup in those cases can be very difficult because getting into a marsh and trying to clean it up manually can cause as much damage as oil can cause. 1:26:24 Dr. David L. Valentine: And then the other environment that I worry a lot about is the environment we can't see, that is what's going on under the surface of the ocean. And in that case, we can have oil that comes ashore and then gets pulled back offshore but is now denser because it's accumulated sand and other mineral matter. And that can be sticking around in the coastal ocean. We don't really understand how much of that there is or exactly where it goes. And that concerns me. 1:29:18 Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA): But Dr. Valentine, how concerned Do you think California should be that companies that own the offshore platforms, wells and pipelines might go bankrupt and pass decommissioning costs on to taxpayers? Dr. David L. Valentine: I think that we need to be very concerned. And this is not just a hypothetical, this is already happening. There are two instances that I can tell you about that I've been involved with personally. The first stems from the pipeline 901 rupture, also known as the Refugio, a big oil spill that happened in 2015. When that pipeline ruptured, it prevented oil from being further produced from platform Holley, off the coast of Santa Barbara just a few miles from my home. That platform when it was completely shut in, all 30 wells, was unable to produce any oil and the company, a small operator, went bankrupt. And then shortly thereafter, they went bankrupt again. And this time, they just gave up and they did something called quit claiming their lease back to the state of California. Meaning that the plugin abandonment and property commissioning fell into the lap of the State of California in that case, and that is an ongoing, ongoing saga. The second example I would give you is in Summerland. In 1896, the first offshore oil wells in this country were drilled from piers in Summerland. Those have been leaking over the years. And as recently as last year, there were three leaky oil wells coming up in Summerland. The state of California has found money to try alternative plug in abandonment strategies because anything traditional is not going to work on something that is 125 some odd years old. So that would be the second example where this is now falling into the taxpayers lap yet again. IMPACTS OF ABANDONED OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS INFRASTRUCTURE AND THE NEED FOR STRONGER FEDERAL OVERSIGHT House Committee on Natural Resources: Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources. October 14, 2021 Witnesses: Dr. Donald Boesch Professor and President Emeritus, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Dr. Greg Stunz Endowed Chair for Fisheries and Ocean Health, and Professor of Marine Biology Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies Texas A&M University Robert Schuwerk Executive Director, North America Office Carbon Tracker Initiative Ms. Jacqueline Savitz Chief Policy Officer, Oceana Clips 10:34 Rep. Pete Stauber (R-MN): I can certainly provide a summary of things that will help keep energy prices down: issue onshore and offshore lease sales; reinstate the Presidential permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline; renew our commitment to exporting American energy, instead of importing foreign energy; reform a broken permitting process; and stop burdening domestic producers. 16:08 Dr. Donald Boesch: Oil and gas production from wells in less than 1000 feet of water declined as fuels discovered in the 80s and even earlier were depleted. Crude oil production in these relatively shallow waters declined by over 90% both in the Gulf and and in Southern California. Natural gas production in the OCS, which mainly came from the shallow water wells, declined by 80%. Offshore fossil energy production is now dominated in the deep water off the Gulf of Mexico, up to 7500 feet deep. Deepwater production grew by 38% just over the last 10 years since the Deepwater Horizon disaster. 17:05 Dr. Donald Boesch: Since the lifting of the crude oil export ban in 2016, last year there was 78% more crude oil exported from Gulf terminals, exported overseas, than actually produced in the US OCS and three times as much natural gas exported, than produced offshore. 18:06 Dr. Donald Boesch: So, the depletion of shallow water gas has left this legacy of old wells and declining resources and the infrastructure requires decommissioning and removal. Much of this infrastructure is not operated by the original leaseholders, but by smaller companies with lesser assets and technical and operational capacity. 18:40 Dr. Donald Boesch: Off Southern California there are 23 platforms in federal waters, eight of which are soon facing decommissioning. In the Gulf, on the other hand, there are 18,162 platforms and about 1000 of them will probably be decommissioned within this decade. 19:46 Dr. Donald Boesch: According to the GAO, as you pointed out, there are 600 miles of active pipelines in federal waters of the Gulf, and 18,000 miles of abandoned plant pipelines. The GAO found the Department of the Interior lacks a robust process for addressing the environmental and safety risk and ensuring clean up and burial standards are met. And also monitoring the long term fate of these, these pipelines. 20:54 Dr. Donald Boesch: At recent rates of production of oil and gas, the Gulf's crude oil oil reserves will be exhausted in only six or seven years. That is the proven reserves. Even with the undiscovered and economically recoverable oil that BOEM (Bureau of Ocean Energy Management) estimates in the central and western Gulf, we would run out of oil about mid century. So unless some miracle allows us to capture all of the greenhouse gases that would be released, we really can't do that and achieve net zero emissions, whether it be by resource depletion, governmental or corporate policy, or investor and stockholder decisions. Offshore oil and gas production is likely to see it see a steep decline. So the greenhouse gas emissions pathway that we follow and how we deal with the legacy and remaining infrastructure will both play out over the next decade or two. 25:16 Dr. Greg Stuntz: In fact, these decades old structures hold tremendous amounts of fish biomass and our major economic drivers. A central question is, how do these structures perform in relation to mother nature or natural habitat and I'm pleased to report that in every parameter we use to measure that success. These artificial reefs produce at least as well are often better than the natural habitat. We observe higher densities of fish, faster growth and even similar output. Thus, by all measures, these data show artificial reefs are functioning at least equivalent on a per capita basis to enhance our marine resources. 28:54 Rob Schuwerk: When a company installs a platform and drills well, it creates an ARO, an obligation to reclaim that infrastructure when production ends. This costs money. But companies aren't required to get financial assurance for the full estimated costs today. Money to plug in active wells today comes from cash flows from oil and gas production. But what happens when that stops? The International Energy Agency sees peak oil and gas demand as early as 2025. This will make it harder to pay for decommissioning from future cash flows. Decommissioning is costly. The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) data indicate that offshore AROs could range from $35 to over $50 billion while financial assurance requirements are about $3.47 billion. That is less than 10% of expected liability. The GAO believes these figures may actually underestimate the true costs of retiring the remaining deepwater infrastructure. 30:05 Rob Schuwerk: Only about a third of the unplug wells in the Gulf of Mexico have shown any production in the last 12 months. Why haven't the other two thirds already been retired? Because of uncertainty as to when to close and poor incentives. Infrastructure should be decommissioned when it's no longer useful. But the regulator has difficulty making that determination. This uncertainty explains why BSEE waits five years after a well becomes inactive to deem it no longer useful for operations with years more allowed for decommissioning. These delays increase the risk that operators will become unable to pay or simply disappear. We've seen this already with a variety of companies including Amplify Energy's predecessor Beta Dinoco off California and Fieldwood recently with Mexico. 30:55 Rob Schuwerk: There's also a problem of misaligned economic incentives. As it is virtually costless to keep wells unplugged, companies have no incentive to timely plug them. AROs are like an unsecured, interest free balloon loan from the government with no date of maturity. There's little incentive to save for repayment because operators bear no carrying cost and no risk in the case of default. If the ARO loan carried interest payments commensurate with the underlying non performance risk, producers would be incentivized to decommission non economic assets. The solution is simple, require financial assurance equivalent to the full cost of carrying out all decommissioning obligations. This could take the form of a surety bond, a sinking fund or some other form of restricted cash equivalent. If wells are still economic to operate, considering the carrying cost of financial assurance, the operator will continue production, if not they'll plug. In either case, the public is protected from these costs. 32:11 Rob Schuwerk: A key risk here is operator bankruptcy that causes liabilities to be passed on to others. And we could see this in the recent Fieldwood bankruptcy. Fieldwood was formed in 2012 and in 2013 acquired shallow water properties from Apache Corporation. It went through chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2018, and then undeterred, acquired additional deepwater platforms from Noble Energy. Fieldwood returned to bankruptcy in 2020. It characterized the decommissioning costs it shared with Apache as among the company's most significant liabilities. The bankruptcy plan created new companies to receive and decommission certain idle offshore assets. If they failed, prior operators and lessors would have to pay. Several large oil and gas companies objected to this proposal. They were concerned that if Fieldwood couldn't pay they would. Ultimately the plan was proved. The case illustrates a few key dynamics. First, if bankrupt companies cannot pay, others, including taxpayers, will. How much of the possibly $50 billion in offshore decommissioning liability is held by companies that are only a dragged anchor, a hurricane a leaking pipeline or oil price shock away from default? And second, as detailed in my written testimony, private companies who face liability risks understand them better than the government does. When they transfer wells, they demand financial protections that are in fact greater than what the government requires today. 36:02 Jacqueline Savitz: Supplemental bonds are necessary to protect taxpayers from the risk of spills but BOEM is overusing the waiver provisions that allow a financial strength test to waive requirements for supplemental bonds. BOEM regulations require that lessees furnish a relatively small general bond and while BOEM has discretion to acquire supplemental bonds, it generally waives those. General bonds that lessees are required to furnish don't come close to covering the cost of decommissioning and haven't been updated since 1993. Since that year, the cost of decommissioning has gone up in part because development has moved into deeper waters, only about 10% of offshore oil production in the Gulf was in deepwater in 1993. But by 2014, that figure rose to 80%. Regulations need to be updated to ensure the federal government and taxpayers are not left picking up the tab on decommissioning. According to GAO, only 8% of decommissioning liabilities in the Gulf of Mexico were covered by bonds or other financial assurance mechanisms, with the other 92% waived or simply unaccounted for. 38:06 Jacqueline Savitz: BSEE does not conduct oversight over decommissioning activities underway and it does not inspect decommissioned pipelines so the Bureau can't ensure that the industry has complied with required environmental mitigation. 38:17 Jacqueline Savitz: Leak detection technologies that the oil and gas industry touts as safer have not been proven to prevent major leaks. All pipelines in the Pacific region are reportedly equipped with advanced leak detection equipment. Though two weeks ago we saw exactly what can happen even with the so-called “Best Technology.” 42:00 Dr. Donald Boesch: In Hurricane Ida, all of a sudden appeared an oil slick, and it lasted for several days. And apparently it was traced to an abandoned pipeline that had not been fully cleared of all the residual oil in it so that all that oil leaked out during that incident. 47:59 Dr. Donald Boesch: One of the challenges though, is that this older infrastructure is not operating in the same standards and with the same capacity of those of the major oil companies that have to do that. So for example, when I noted that they detected this methane being leaked, they didn't detect it from the new offshore deepwater platforms which have all the right technology. It's in the older infrastructure that they're seeing. 54:14 Rob Schuwerk: There's actually one thing that exists offshore, joint and several liability, that only exists in certain jurisdictions onshore. So in some ways the situation onshore is worse. Because in some states like California you can go after prior operators if the current operator cannot pay, but in many jurisdictions you cannot. And our research has found that there is about $280 billion in onshore liability, and somewhere around 1% of that is covered by financial assurance bonds so, there is definitely an issue onshore rather than offshore. 55:04 Rob Schuwerk: The issue is just really giving them a financial incentive to be able to decommission. And that means they have to confront the cost of decommissioning and internalize that into their decision on whether continuing to produce from a well is economic or not. And so that means they need to have some kind of financial insurance in place that represents the actual cost. That could be a surety bond where they go to an insurer that acts as a guarantor for that amount. It could be a sinking fund, like we have in the context of nuclear where they go start putting money aside at the beginning, and it grows over time to be sufficient to plug the well at the end of its useful life. And there could be other forms of restricted cash that they maintain on the balance sheet for the benefit of these liabilities. 1:15:38 Jacqueline Savitz: Remember, there is no shortage of offshore oil and gas opportunity for the oil industry. The oil industry is sitting on so many, nearly 8.5 million acres of unused or non producing leases, 75% of the total lease acreage in public waters. They're sitting on it and not using it. So even if we ended all new leasing, it would not end offshore production. 1:22:35 Rob Schuwerk: Typically what we'll see as well to do companies will transfer these assets into other entities that have less financial means and wherewithal to actually conduct the cleanup. Rep. Katie Porter: So they're moving once they've taken the money, they've made the profit, then they're giving away they're basically transferring away the unprofitable, difficult, expensive part of this, which is the decommissioning portion. And they're transferring that. Are they transferring that to big healthy companies? Rob Schuwerk: No, often they're transferring it to companies that didn't exist even just prior to the transfer. Rep. Katie Porter: You mean a shell company? Rob Schuwerk: Yes. Rep. Katie Porter: Like an entity created just for the purpose of pushing off the cost of doing business so that you don't have to pay it even though you've got all the upside. Are you saying that this is what oil and gas companies do? Rob Schuwerk: We've seen this, yes. Rep. Katie Porter: And how does the law facilitate this? Rob Schuwerk: Well, I suppose on a couple of levels. On the one hand, there's very little oversight of the transfer. And so there's very little restriction from a regulatory standpoint, this is true, offshore and also onshore. So we see this behavior in both places. And then secondary to that there are actions that companies can take in bankruptcy that can effectively pass these liabilities on to taxpayers eventually and so some of it is to be able to use that event, the new company goes bankrupt. 1:25:01 Rob Schuwerk: Certainly no private actor would do what the federal government does, which is not have a security for these risks. MISUSE OF TAXPAYER DOLLARS AND CORPORATE WELFARE IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY House Committee on Natural Resources: Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations May 19, 2021 Witnesses: Laura Zachary Co-Director, Apogee Economics & Policy Tim Stretton Policy Analyst, Project on Government Oversight (POGO) Clips 27:10 Laura Zachary: There have long been calls for fiscal reforms to the federal oil and gas program. Compared to how states managed oil and gas leasing, the federal government forgoes at least a third of the revenue that could have been captured for taxpayers 27:25 Laura Zachary: On January 27 of this year, the Biden administration signed Executive Order 14008 that pauses issuing new federal oil and gas leases. And importantly, the language implies a temporary pause, only on issuing new leases, not on issuing drilling permits. This is a critical distinction for what the impacts of a pause could be. Very importantly, federal permitting data confirms that to date, there has been no pause on issuing drilling permits for both onshore and offshore. And in fact, since the pause began, Department of Interior has approved drilling permits at rates in line with past administrations. 37:08 Tim Stretton: Because taxpayers own resources such as oil and gas that are extracted from public lands, the government is legally required to collect royalties for the resources produced from leases on these lands. Project on Government Oversight's investigations into the federal government's oversight of the oil, gas and mining industries have uncovered widespread corruption that allows industry to cheat U.S. taxpayers out of billions of dollars worth of potential income. Given the amount of money at stake and the oil and gas industry's history of deliberately concealing the value of the resources they've extracted with the intent of underpaying royalties, the government should be particularly vigilant in ensuring companies pay their fair share for the resources they extract. 46:28 Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-AR): We are here today for the majority's attempt, which I believe is more of a publicity stunt to criticize the oil and gas industry than to talk about real facts and data. The playbook is a simple one: recycled talking points to vilify the industry and to paint a distorted picture of so-called good versus evil. I'm sure that we'll hear more about corporate subsidies that aren't. We'll hear about unfair royalty rates that aren't and we'll hear many other meme worthy talking points that fail the logic test. 47:35_ Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-AR): What we're -really talking about today is an industry that provides reliable and affordable energy to our nation. This isan industry that contributes to almost 10 million jobs and plays a vital role in our daily lives. In fact, we cannot conduct virtual hearings like this without the fossil fuel industry. And of course, when myself and my colleagues travel to Washington, DC, we rely on this industry to fly or to drive here. 49:33 Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-AR): But they ignore the real world consequences of demonizing this industry. The results are devastating job loss and the loss of public education funding to name just a few. 54:05 Rep. Pete Stauber (R-MN): I also had a roundtable discussion and learned how New Mexico schools received nearly $1.4 billion in funding from oil and gas just last year. 55:08 Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA): Mr. Stretton, how long has your organization been conducting oversight of oil and gas production on federal lands? Tim Stretton: For decades, I mean, we started doing this work in the early 90s. And actually, some of our earliest work in the space was uncovering in excess of a billion dollars in unpaid royalties to your home state of California. Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA): And you mentioned, what are some of the patterns? You've been doing this for decades? What are some of the patterns that you observe over time? Tim Stretton: The oil and gas industry working with each other to really undervalue the resources they were selling, fraudulently telling the government the value of those resources, which left billions of dollars in unpaid revenue going to the federal government. 1:01:09 Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ): There are some people who have made environmentalism a religion. Rather than focus on solutions that can make lives better for people, some would prefer to vilify an industry that provides immeasurable benefits to people's livelihood in the function of modern day society. 1:04:21 Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ): The other side looks at globalism, you know this environmental movement globally. So it makes more sense to me at least and folks I come from that we produce it cleaner more efficiently than anybody else in the world. And so that geopolitical application, if you're an environmentalist, you would want more American clean oil and gas out there versus Russian dirty or Chinese dirty gas. 02:37:23 Rep. Blake Moore (R-UT): In January state education superintendents in Wyoming, Miami, North Dakota, Alaska, and Utah submitted a letter to President Biden outlining their concerns with the administration's oil and gas ban which has reduced funding used to educate our rising generation. 02:43:35 Rep. Yvette Herrell (R-NM): I'm glad to be able to highlight the true success story of the oil and gas industry in my home state of New Mexico. To put it simply, the oil and gas industry is the economic backbone of New Mexico and has been for decades. The industry employs 134,000 People statewide and provides over a billion dollars each year to fund our public education. 02:44:30 Rep. Yvette Herrell (R-NM): Many of my Democratic colleagues have stated that green energy jobs can replace the loss of traditional energy jobs, like the 134,000 Oil and Gas jobs in my state. Many also say that we need to be transitioning to a completely carbon free energy grid. Can you tell me and the committee why both of those ideas are completely fantasy? Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)

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