Bulletproof Dental Practice Podcast Episode 273 Host: Dr. Craig Spodak Co-Host: Erika Pusillo Guest: Judy Kay Mausolf Key Takeaways:Introduction How To Slow Down? Team Member's Expectations Leader's Clarity Of Vision And Team Culture Mindset Or Thought Process Judgment, Misunderstanding And Assumptions References: Bulletproof Mastermind Bulletproof Summit Mighty Networks: Bulletproof Dental Practice Judy Kay Mausolf Tweetables: We are not in the position to let go of people as easily as it may have been in the past. Erika Pusillo Happiness and positivity, there's actually a strategy behind it. Judy Kay Mausolf You cannot seek happiness, you can only seek peace. Dr. Craig Spodak When we know we can win we can make better decisions.Erika Pusillo You have to do the hard thing to protect your team. Dr. Craig Spodak A lot of people when they're resistant, they're not coachable. Judy Kay Mausolf You can't escape yourself. Erika Pusillo You can't influence somebody when you're also judging them. Judy Kay Mausolf People feel what you believe. Erika Pusillo Hire who complements you. Dr. Craig Spodak Labels are an excuse to continue the behavior. Judy Kay Mausolf Your position does not entitle you to be respected. Dr. Craig Spodak The most important thing in our life is our relationships; that's where our happiness comes from. Judy Kay Mausolf
Like any relationship, friendships must be built and nurtured with intention. But how can one do that without falling into the trap of competition, jealousy, or overwhelm? Coach Ajit and Hallie Rose explore this topic in this insightful episode. Hallie Rose is an author, speaker, storyteller, and communication coach. She is also the Host of The Thought Room podcast and CEO of Lunar Wild. Discover how to nurture meaningful friendships, overcome vulnerability hangovers, and much more in this value-packed conversation. Let's dive in! Key Insights: The reason why there is so much jealousy and competition between women. Signs we need to heal from friendships and relationships. How to build deep and meaningful friendships. What to do if your social circles are draining your energy. Agreements vs Assumptions. How to set expectations in your relationships. Identifying growth opportunities to nurture friendships. The power of authenticity. Follow Hallie Rose on Instagram @hallie_rosebud. Listen to The Thought Room with Hallie Rose podcast http://thoughtroompodcast.com/. Connect with us! IG: @realcoachajit IG: @evercoach FB: Evercoach by Mindvalley Website: www.evercoach.com Thank you so much for checking out this episode of Master Coaching with Ajit. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a rating and review on your favorite podcast app, and don't forget to subscribe to enjoy every new episode every single week.
The humble tambourine is the underrated, understated, unsung hero of contemporary music. This hour we shake our assumptions about this surprisingly enduring and ubiquitous instrument. GUESTS: Ira Elliot: Percussionist best known as the drummer for the band Nada Surf Erin Elstner: Percussionist and professor of percussion at Webster University Tim Kubart: Musician, songwriter, and performer known world-wide as The Tambourine Guy The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe, Jonathan McNicol, Cat Pastor, Michayla Savitt, and Lily Tyson contributed to this show, which originally aired May 17, 2022.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Do you always know what your partner is thinking? Well, you may find that you are completely wrong with your underlying assumptions. Mind reading mostly does not work very well. Assumptions are generalisations, inferences and predictions about the world and about other people's intentions. They offer us a sense of predictability and safety. Mostly we are not aware of our assumptions, they run on auto pilot in the background without us putting them to the test and questioning them. For example, in dating you may automatically assume that another person is not interested in you, if they have not responded to a text message within a certain time frame. In your relationship you may come to the conclusion that your partner does not care about you because they didn't like the meal you cooked for them. The problem with assumptions is that they often entail jumping to a conclusion about our partner's intention. We may be right, sometimes, but not always. Assumptions make us less open to possibilities. Particularly when we are getting into regular arguments with repetitive themes, it can help to closely examine your underlying assumptions. They may connect to some core fears that you have about your partner and the relationship. If you enjoy our podcast, please leave us a review. For Apple Podcast this is most easily done via your iPhone. If you have an android phone, please leave a review on Amazon, Spotify, iTunes or any other platform that you are using.Suggestions for a podcast? We'd love to hear from you. Please email us at email@example.comThe Relationship Maze courses:What is your argument style? Find out in our short quiz. You can find a link on our website: https://therelationshipmaze.com.Struggling with a lot of conflict and arguments in your relationship? Learn about communicating effectively and addressing common relationship problems in our Stop Arguing, Start Loving mini course: https://therelationshipmaze.com/relationshipconflictvsl2.Learn everything you always wanted to know about building and maintaining loving relationships in our comprehensive course The Relationship Maze, starting with understanding yourself in relationships to understanding your partner and understanding what makes for a successful relationship. We look at common causes of relationship problems and offer solutions. Learn how to address relationship problems and questions without breaking up.
This week, Hannah covers the vandalism that happened in NYC at a gay bar and the mass shooting at Club Q in Colorado. The legacy media and Twittersphere automatically piled on to both instances and labeled them as "hate crimes". Were they? Hannah covers what we know now and how it's contradictory to the assumptions folks made immediately afterward. She also briefly covers why the Gun Violence Archives is an unreliable source for statistics on mass shootings and how their definition differs from the FBI's. https://www.thehannahmillershow.com/podcasts/https://firstname.lastname@example.org
Curiosity is a strong desire to learn more about something. It is usually seen as a virtue as it helps us learn new things and grow as people. It's important for us to stay curious and learn how to be curious because if we never cease having the enthusiasm to truly know about something or someone, we'll continue to learn and connect with the world in a healthy way. In this episode, Andrew and Benjy talk about the significance of curiosity in eliciting emotions of love, and how curiosity can be a great way to develop meaningful and healthy connections with ourselves, the people in our lives, and, ultimately, with God. Listen to Episode 150 to learn more! Curiosity is a good precursor for love [2:25] Why is it important to be curious about ourselves? [5:50] Why should we invest in our North Star Goal? [7:56] Having curiosity is a spark to learn how to love a certain thing [10:52] The importance of having a curious mindset in your life [12:42] The Blessed Couple Podcast [13:35] The importance of being curious about God [14:02] Curiosity creates love in all areas of life [21:05] What is the impact of a lack of curiosity? [22:54]
Assumptions are powerful because you live from them to build your life or destroy your life. Your life is a series of assumptions and in this episode, we take a look at your biggest assumptions and then talk about how to eliminate the most negative ones. VISIT THE SHOW NOTES HERE FOR MORE: https://www.jimfortin.com/245 LIKED THE EPISODE? If you're the kind of person who likes to help others, then share this with your friends and family. If you have found value, they will too. Please leave a review on Apple Podcasts so we can reach more people. Join us in the official Jim Fortin Podcast Community Facebook group HERE. OTHER RESOURCES YOU MAY ENJOY: My Instagram account My Facebook page Free Training “Discover How To Eliminate Fear And Negativity In An Instant” Click here to send your questions Thank you for listening! With Gratitude, Jim Fortin
Our 1 year anniversary episode is finally here! We are so excited to have made it this far and that we have such amazing listeners who come back every week! Thank you so much for all your support this year! This week Amber and Ashley feel nostalgic with the recent celebrity deaths of Aaron Carter and Jason David Frank (green/white power ranger) Ashley brings up this whole Candace Cameron Bure fiasco that is happening right now. They dissect what everyone has said on either side and discuss. It's always good to know both sides before jumping to conclusions. They go through all the assumptions and questions sent in over the last week and answer them. They also share a big announcement at the end of the episode. Follow the link to help support Amber after her failed Craniotomy. Ambers Go Fund me RENEW 127 Project Follow us on Instagram Music by Ooyy and T-shirts and Sweats Licensed under https://www.epidemicsound.com/music/featured/ Start your own podcast today. https://anchor.fm --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
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Producer/Host: Larry Dansinger About the host: Larry Dansinger (no pronouns) of Bangor came to Maine in 1974 and has been here ever since. Some of Larry's activities since then: Done community organizing on numerous issues through INVERT and then Resources for Organizing and Social Change (ROSC), committed civil disobedience several times, grown a garden yearly since 1977, joined various food cooperatives and two men's groups, refused to pay federal income taxes for war, lived on a community land trust for 23 years, and met a wonderful partner whom Larry has loved for over 40 years. Larry has produced Outside the Box features on WERU since 2007 and continues to look for unique ways of seeing almost any problem or situation. The post Outside the Box 11/8/22: “Everyday Assumptions” first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.
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Often assumptions color what we see more than what is seen itself. Wisdom calls us to check our assumptions at the door so that we can receive revelation from God -- so we can see things the way He sees them. Join us this Sunday as we learn from Jesus and His cousin John the Baptist about how to walk in godly wisdom which comes through revelation from the Father.
How ordinary urban objects influence our behavior, exacerbate inequality, and encourage social change Assumptions about human behavior lie hidden in plain sight all around us, programmed into the design and regulation of the material objects we encounter on a daily basis. In the Midst of Things: The Social Lives of Objects in the Public Spaces of New York City (Princeton UP, 2022) takes an in-depth look at the social lives of five objects commonly found in the public spaces of New York City and its suburbs, revealing how our interactions with such material things are our primary point of contact with the social, political, and economic forces that shape city life. Drawing on groundbreaking fieldwork and a wealth of original interviews, Mike Owen Benediktsson shows how we are in the midst of things whose profound social role often goes overlooked. A newly built lawn on the Brooklyn waterfront reflects an increasingly common trade-off between the marketplace and the public good. A cement wall on a New Jersey highway speaks to the demise of the postwar American dream. A metal folding chair on a patch of asphalt in Queens exposes the political obstacles to making the city livable. A subway door expresses the simmering conflict between the city and the desires of riders, while a newsstand bears witness to our increasingly impoverished streetscapes. In the Midst of Things demonstrates how the material realm is one of immediacy, control, inequality, and unpredictability, and how these factors frustrate the ability of designers, planners, and regulators to shape human behavior. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology
How ordinary urban objects influence our behavior, exacerbate inequality, and encourage social change Assumptions about human behavior lie hidden in plain sight all around us, programmed into the design and regulation of the material objects we encounter on a daily basis. In the Midst of Things: The Social Lives of Objects in the Public Spaces of New York City (Princeton UP, 2022) takes an in-depth look at the social lives of five objects commonly found in the public spaces of New York City and its suburbs, revealing how our interactions with such material things are our primary point of contact with the social, political, and economic forces that shape city life. Drawing on groundbreaking fieldwork and a wealth of original interviews, Mike Owen Benediktsson shows how we are in the midst of things whose profound social role often goes overlooked. A newly built lawn on the Brooklyn waterfront reflects an increasingly common trade-off between the marketplace and the public good. A cement wall on a New Jersey highway speaks to the demise of the postwar American dream. A metal folding chair on a patch of asphalt in Queens exposes the political obstacles to making the city livable. A subway door expresses the simmering conflict between the city and the desires of riders, while a newsstand bears witness to our increasingly impoverished streetscapes. In the Midst of Things demonstrates how the material realm is one of immediacy, control, inequality, and unpredictability, and how these factors frustrate the ability of designers, planners, and regulators to shape human behavior. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies
How ordinary urban objects influence our behavior, exacerbate inequality, and encourage social change Assumptions about human behavior lie hidden in plain sight all around us, programmed into the design and regulation of the material objects we encounter on a daily basis. In the Midst of Things: The Social Lives of Objects in the Public Spaces of New York City (Princeton UP, 2022) takes an in-depth look at the social lives of five objects commonly found in the public spaces of New York City and its suburbs, revealing how our interactions with such material things are our primary point of contact with the social, political, and economic forces that shape city life. Drawing on groundbreaking fieldwork and a wealth of original interviews, Mike Owen Benediktsson shows how we are in the midst of things whose profound social role often goes overlooked. A newly built lawn on the Brooklyn waterfront reflects an increasingly common trade-off between the marketplace and the public good. A cement wall on a New Jersey highway speaks to the demise of the postwar American dream. A metal folding chair on a patch of asphalt in Queens exposes the political obstacles to making the city livable. A subway door expresses the simmering conflict between the city and the desires of riders, while a newsstand bears witness to our increasingly impoverished streetscapes. In the Midst of Things demonstrates how the material realm is one of immediacy, control, inequality, and unpredictability, and how these factors frustrate the ability of designers, planners, and regulators to shape human behavior. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
How ordinary urban objects influence our behavior, exacerbate inequality, and encourage social change Assumptions about human behavior lie hidden in plain sight all around us, programmed into the design and regulation of the material objects we encounter on a daily basis. In the Midst of Things: The Social Lives of Objects in the Public Spaces of New York City (Princeton UP, 2022) takes an in-depth look at the social lives of five objects commonly found in the public spaces of New York City and its suburbs, revealing how our interactions with such material things are our primary point of contact with the social, political, and economic forces that shape city life. Drawing on groundbreaking fieldwork and a wealth of original interviews, Mike Owen Benediktsson shows how we are in the midst of things whose profound social role often goes overlooked. A newly built lawn on the Brooklyn waterfront reflects an increasingly common trade-off between the marketplace and the public good. A cement wall on a New Jersey highway speaks to the demise of the postwar American dream. A metal folding chair on a patch of asphalt in Queens exposes the political obstacles to making the city livable. A subway door expresses the simmering conflict between the city and the desires of riders, while a newsstand bears witness to our increasingly impoverished streetscapes. In the Midst of Things demonstrates how the material realm is one of immediacy, control, inequality, and unpredictability, and how these factors frustrate the ability of designers, planners, and regulators to shape human behavior. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Longtermist terminology has biasing assumptions, published by Arepo on October 30, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Sequence summary This sequence investigates the expected loss of value from non-extinction global catastrophes. This post is a criticism of the biases and ambiguities inherent in longtermist terminology (including ‘global catastrophes'). The next post, A proposed hierarchy of longtermist concepts, lays out the terms which I intend to use for the rest of this sequence, and which encourage less heuristic, more expected-value thinking. Finally, for now, Modelling civilisation after a catastrophe lays out the structure of a proposed model which will inform the direction of my research for the next few months. If feedback on the structure is good, later parts will populate the model with some best-guess values, and present it in an editable form. Introduction Longtermist terminology has evolved haphazardly, so that much of it is misleading or noncomplementary. Michael Aird wrote a helpful post attempting to resolve inconsistencies in our usage, but that post's necessity and its use of partially overlapping Venn diagrams - implying no formal relationships between the terms - itself highlights these problems. Moreover, during the evolution of longtermism, assumptions that originally started out as heuristics seem to have become locked in to the discussion via the terminology, biasing us towards those heuristics and away from expected value analyses. In this post I discuss these concerns, but since I expect it to be relatively controversial and it isn't really a prerequisite for the rest of the sequence so much as an explanation of why I'm not using standard terms, I would emphasise that this is strictly optional reading for the rest of the sequence, so think of it as a 'part 0' of the sequence. You should feel free to skip ahead if you disagree strongly or just aren't particularly interested in a terminology discussion. Concepts under the microscope Existential catastrophe Recreating Ord and Aird's diagrams of the anatomy of an existential catastrophe here, we can see an ‘existential catastrophe' has various possible modes: Figure from The Precipice Venn diagram figures all from Aird's post It's the ‘failed continuation' branch which I think needlessly muddies the waters. An ‘existential catastrophe' doesn't necessarily relate to existence. In theory an existential catastrophe can describe a scenario in which civilisation lasts until the end of the universe, but has much less net welfare than we imagine it could have had. This seems odd to consider an ‘existential' risk - there are many ways in which we can imagine positive or negative changes to expected future quality of life (see for example Beckstead's idea of trajectory change). Classing low-value-but-interstellar outcomes as existential catastrophes seems unhelpful both since it introduces definitional ambiguity over how much net welfare must be lost for them to qualify, and since questions of expected future quality of life are very distinct from questions of future quantity of life, and so seem like they should be asked separately. . nor involve a catastrophe that anyone alive recognises The concept also encompasses a civilisation that lives happily on Earth until the sun dies, perhaps even finding a way to survive that, but never spreading out across the universe. This means that, for example, universal adoption of a non-totalising population ethic would be an existential catastrophe. I'm strongly in favour of totalising population ethics, but this seems needlessly biasing. ‘Unrecoverable' or ‘permanent' states are a superfluous concept In the diagram above, Ord categorises ‘unrecoverable dystopias' as a type of existential risk. He actually seems to consider them necessarily impermanent, but (in...
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In this episode, Mary discusses another principle of effective leadership. This one is to identify and check out assumptions. Mary has over 40 years experience in the nonprofit sector: 26 as an executive and 18 as a board member. She knows your day-to-day challenges first hand and brings experience and expertise to help you have the greatest possible impact. Be sure to follow Inspired Nonprofit Leadership so that you don't miss a single episode, and while you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated! Mary's book is available on Amazon or wherever books are sold: Love Your Board! The Executive Directors' Guide to Discovering the Sources of Nonprofit Board Troubles and What to Do About Them. Let us know the topics or questions you would like to hear about in a future episode. You can do that, and follow us, on Facebook. To learn more about our previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to: Hiland Consulting Connect with Mary! Go to https://hilandconsulting.org/trustbuilding to get your free Trust Building Action Plan. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryhiland Inspired Nonprofit Leadership Facebook Group: https://tinyurl.com/inspirednonprofitleadership Website: https://www.hilandconsulting.org/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hilandconsulting
Summary: On today's episode, I talk about how assumptions hold you back. One thing I've really learned since launching the membership community and having great conversations with people is to just embrace the conversation. Be willing to talk to people about what you're doing and to not make assumptions. Sometimes I get good or bad “vibes” before I even get on the phone or Zoom call—I find I have this tendency to make a lot of assumptions, and I've been learning that assumptions are really holding me back in my business. For example, there was a Realtor I got on a call with who was interested in me moving my business. Once I told them I wasn't interested in moving, they let it go, but I made assumptions that every time they reached out to me to check in that they were actually trying to get me to move my business. I would often ignore messages and not get back to them because I thought they were pretending to be interested in me to get me to move. Incorrect assumptionsThen I had multiple conversations with the agent where I realized that maybe I had gotten it all wrong. Maybe they'd be happy for me to move my business to their brokerage, but really, they just cared about me. Now this person is honestly one of my favorite Realtors that I'm in contact with. We chat about sports, the market, our families, and we've created a bond and a friendship. My encouragement to you is to make fewer assumptions. Just stop thinking that everyone's out to get you all the time. Believe that people genuinely want to build relationships with you and get to know you. I want you to think about where assumptions are holding you back. Where are you assuming people's intent—assuming the worst about people—assuming that you know all the things there are to know about a situation? Where are you assuming when you should just be asking questions and be willing to build relationships with people? I hope that you can think about this in your real estate business. Resources Total Life Freedom Podcast edited by Kenny Carfagno. Show notes and blog posts are created by http://www.harshmanservices.com/best-podcast-show-notes-service (Jennifer Harshman) and https://my.captivate.fm/RealtorEmails.com (RealtorEmails). John Schuchman is a licensed REALTOR® in Lancaster, PA, with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty and a part of the Andrew Welk Group. The opinions shared on this show represent the opinions & values of John Schuchman and do not necessarily represent the opinions & values of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty. The opinions & ideas shared in this podcast do not guarantee or promise any results of success to the listener.
Three-time All-Pro return specialist Devin Hester, New York Giants cornerback Adoree Jackson and Washington Commanders legal counsel John Brownlee join host Rob Maaddi. Hester talks about his life after football, returning punts and kicks and more. Jackson chats about the team's 6-1 start, the new coaching staff and his mother overcoming breast cancer. Brownlee discusses Commanders owner Dan Snyder's status and presents his side in the investigations into allegations of sexual harassment and financial impropriety.
Summer and Brie asked fans to submit their biggest assumptions about the two of them and the juicy content was certainly delivered. In this episode, the sisters go through each submitted assumption by YOU and debate the accuracy of each. Things might get a bit out of hand in this one. Don't say we didn't warn you! Follow WAVY: @wavy.podcast Follow Summer: @summermckeen Follow Brie: @brieezybabe Visit Thrivemarket.com/wavy to get a FREE $60 gift. Produced by Dear Media in association with Scale Productions. This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
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Assumptions surrounding eating disorders, disordered eating, and underfueling are extreme. In the context of sport, we often believe that underfueling is related to the desire to lose weight. However, this week, Shaunna and Lisa crack open these assumptions and delve into the societal pressures that encircle disordered eating and how these differ on a spectrum of race, socio-economic status, and more. Shaunna and Lisa discuss the ways in which the white male gaze influences the "desired" body type, and how this differs between communities. Further, the duo makes clear how the prototype of a woman with an eating disorder is quite stereotypically a white woman. Sign up for the online Fuelin webinar to gain more information on under fueling as an athlete at https://fuelin.app/feisty (https://fuelin.app/feisty): Fuelin is a training-based nutrition app that syncs with your training plan to make sure you are fueling properly to support your training and everyday life. Head over to http://fuelin.com/ (fuelin.com) to get started today Follow along @feistymedia over the next two weeks for more information and content related to Fueled is Fast ***If requiring a transcript, please email email@example.com*** **Support the Podcast** InsideTracker: Get 20% off at insidetracker.com/feisty Orca: Use code IRONWOMEN15 for 15% off at www.orca.com/ Hammerhead: Get a FREE heart-rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit hammerhead.io and use promo code UNPHASED at checkout TRIHARD: Try out the new Muscle & Mind Soak from TRIHARD. Use code STAYFEISTY20 for 20% off at trihard.co Register for the Outspoken Summit November 11-13th at https://www.womensperformance.com/outspoken (https://www.womensperformance.com/outspoken)
Meet Ben Albert:Ben is the Co-Founder and CEO of Upfront Healthcare Services, Inc.. Prior to launching Upfront, Ben was the Founder and CEO of Care Team Connect, which was acquired by The Advisory Board Company in 2013. Ben also served as an Entrepreneur in Residence and Operating Partner within the Strategic Investments Division of Cambia Health Solutions. Ben received a bachelor's degree from Western Michigan University and an MBA in Entrepreneurship from the University of Illinois Chicago. Key Insights:Ben Albert is a two-time healthcare founder, with over 20 years of entrepreneurial experience. Challenge Your Assumptions. Entrepreneurs make a lot of assumptions at the beginning of a startup. Many of those assumptions turn out to be inaccurate. So, founders must use data to evaluate, change, and refine the business model. Acquisition Explained. Upfront recently made its first acquisition: PatientBond. Upfront's mission is to get patients the care they need, and communication is fundamental to achieve that. PatientBond shares that vision and can deliver personalized communication. It was a clear strategy, that would allow for greater impact on patients, and a greater ROI for clients.Founding in Healthcare. Healthcare demands that founders have a robust value proposition, constantly evolve the vision based on data, and be patient. Patience applies to the investors as well; they need to trust the vision and not rush decisions that could hurt the company in the long run.This episode is hosted by Nathan Bays. He is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is a Senior Banker of Healthcare M&A at Citigroup. Relevant Links:Learn more about Upfront HealthcareRead “Upfront acquires PatientBond; expands capabilities for market-leading personalized patient access and engagement platform”
We all make mistakes in life. When we do it's important to take appropriate responsibility, feel the "wince," and make amends as we can. But after we've done that...then what? Many people find it easier to forgive others than they do to truly forgive themselves, and it's not uncommon to be burdened by excessive shame and guilt that has outlived its expiration date.On this episode Dr. Rick and Forrest explore forgiveness, including how we can forgive ourselves. This includes common myths and misunderstandings about forgiveness, the difference between healthy and unhealthy forms of shame and remorse, coming to terms with what we've done, and a roadmap to achieving (self-)forgiveness. Key Topics:0:00: Introduction2:05: Assumptions, approval, and what forgiveness is and is not7:45: What does healthy remorse look like?10:00: Forrest exploring a dream about appropriate remorse13:00: Our internalized justice system17:00: More on dreams and internal parts24:25: Aspects of unhealthy remorse27:30: How to move through a recurring cycle of shame and unhealthy remorse32:30: Proportionality, defensiveness, intention, and owning your mistakes41:00: Clean pain and dirty pain46:55: Some concrete practices51:40: RecapSupport the Podcast: We're on Patreon! For just the cost of a cup of coffee a month you can support the show, and receive a variety of bonuses in return.Sponsors:Listen to Season 2 of Turning Points from Boston Globe Media wherever you get your podcasts!Access over 30 at-home lab tests from Everlywell, and head to everlywell.com/beingwell for twenty percent off your next test.Join over a million people using BetterHelp, the world's largest online counseling platform. Visit betterhelp.com/beingwell for 10% off your first month!Want to sleep better? Try the Calm app! Visit calm.com/beingwell for 40% off a premium subscription.Connect with the show:Subscribe on iTunesFollow Forrest on YouTubeFollow us on InstagramFollow Forrest on InstagramFollow Rick on FacebookFollow Forrest on FacebookVisit Forrest's website
Ep. 100 - Lets celebrate the 100th episode with an extra special conversation. We've covered some pretty intense topics over the lifespan of this podcast. Masturbation, feminism, birth control, drag queens, marriage, biblical womanhood and more. It's time to take a little break and have some fun. In today's episode, we're answering your assumptions about us! Everything from "Bethany is the black sheep of the family" to "you two are leaving Girl Defined." Let's dive into what's true and what's not!NEW Personal Retreat Journal Sex, Purity and the Longings of a Girl's Heart: Discover the Beauty and Freedom of God-Defined Sexuality Girl Defined: God's Radical Design for Beauty, Femininity and Identity Not Part of the Plan: Trusting God with the Twists and Turns of Your Story Love Defined: Embracing God's Vision for Lasting Love and Satisfying Relationships Shine Bright Devotional 8-Week Girl Defined Mentorship Course Biblical Counseling Link Support the show
Guys I'm so pumped for you to meet my good friend and mentor, Caitlin! Her experiences include an orthopedic residency, a sports manual fellowship, transitioning into management, and being a PhD student. She is a wealth of knowledge and a person I go to often when I need to be reminded of what practicing in the middle means. Today we talk about her career path, social media PT, and a growth opportunity she had while mentoring a student that did not see eye to eye with her. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did!
Liz and Jenny take a look at 10 viewer assumptions. They analyze and create high probability trades using the viewers directional ideas. In this current market they lean toward jade lizards and short puts.
Drew Moore is my guest this week, and I'm glad to have him on the podcast. Drew talks about his journey becoming lead pastor, leading a church through a transition to a new direction, and practical ways to make discipleship simple for your church context. HighlightsAbout Drew Moore - 1:55 Drew's background What it's like leading a church in Las Vegas, Nevada Forging a new path - 10:39 Following Mike Breaux and leading Canyon Ridge in a fresh direction. Drew's goal and how his church got there. How to make disciples in this day and age- 21:48 How to disciple your average, first time attender. Assumptions we make about the impact of a weekend service. Resources No Place Left - organization T4T (Training for Transformation) - organization The Starfish and the Spirit (KC Underground) - microchurch conference Future Church by Cory Hartman and Will Mancini A Beautiful Constraint by Adam Morgan and Mark Barden The Other Half of Church by Jim Wilder and Michel Hendricks
Are you in the trap of unknowingly believing generalized assumptions? Monette shares several examples of people's generalized assumptions and encourages you to question yourself with this idea. So many of us have picked up ideas throughout our lifetime that we may not even be aware of, and we unknowingly find evidence to believe that they are true. When we question these assumptions, we may discover eliminating the ones not serving us is the very thing that will open our lives to deeper relationships and experiencing things we never thought possible.
Liz and Jenny take a look at 10 viewer assumptions. They analyze and create high probability trades using the viewers directional ideas. In this current market they lean toward jade lizards and short puts.
Meet Amy. She's a lawyer and art historian who uses works of art to sharpen observation, analysis, and communication skills. By showing people how to look closely at art, she helps them hone their visual intelligence to recognize the most pertinent and useful information as well as recognize biases that impede decision-making. She's not here to change your biases; she's here to make you aware of them
Have you ever been talking to someone and they say something and you immediately think you know what they mean because you have been through the same thing, or you have experienced something similar only to find out it didn't mean the same thing to them that it did to you? Or maybe something happens and you jump to conclusions about what it means or what's going on only to find out you're wrong? We jump to conclusions about everything…what it means when someone doesn't immediately text us back, what it means when someone doesn't return a smile at us when we smile at them, assuming someone is a certain way because of how they look, thinking we know what someone is thinking about anything ever…you know mind reading. These habits are causing us all unnecessary problems..... I talk about some things we can do to avoid them...check out this episode! I love you guys!
We get into a dandy story about a critter we had no idea of - inside Jared's truck and the danger of assumption. Azure Farm is located just outside the tiny town of Adairsville, Georgia about an hour north of Atlanta. We moved out here and started our farm in pursuit of a more simple lifestyle. We wanted to get back to the basics. The rat race hustle and bustle was quickly replaced by a love for gardening, harvesting food, quiet evenings with the sounds of crickets, and sunny azure sky days. We hope sharing peeks into our daily lives can inspire you to live more of your life outdoors and to ultimately slow down. We are passionate that we all must slow down to really appreciate what matters in life. For our workshops and how-to series - LiveHomeGrown.com Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/azure-farm/id1463340821 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/4eieYkvDungVAwkcHewo89?si=j0_fZgcQSZq2e3lHAGFP0Q Web - https://www.azurefarm.com Follow along on IG or TikTok - @azurefarm
When we make assumptions about our kids, we might miss the most important part of the story. Sometimes we think we know exacty what's going on, BUT we don't. Listen in to more lessons from my favorite four year old.
Students enter classes with preconceptions about what a professor looks like. In this episode, Jesica Fernandez joins us to discuss a learning activity that can be used at the start of the semester to help confront and deconstruct these assumptions. Jesica is an Assistant Professor of Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at Santa Clara University. She is also the author of a chapter in Picture a Professor, edited by Jessamyn Neuhaus. A transcript of this episode and show notes may be found at http://teaforteaching.com.
Hey sis!! This week we basically let you guys roast us and only get slightly offended. ;) We chat about our sad beige aesthetic, if we secretly hate that we are so alike, our faith, high school, marriages, and doing it "just for the gram." Hope you love it! xx Brooke + Kilean NEW EPISODES EVERY MONDAY! Don't forget to download, rate and review if you haven't already!! FOLLOW US: INSTAGRAM: @thesamesispodcast @brookescheurn @kileanryeel YOUTUBE: Brooke Kilean TIKTOK: @thesamesispodcast @brooke_and_rhett @kileanryeel
Oscar Trimboli: How to Listen Oscar Trimboli is an author, host of the Apple award-winning podcast Deep Listening and a sought-after keynote speaker. He is passionate about using the gift of listening to bring positive change in homes, workplaces, and cultures around the world. Through his work with chairs, boards of directors, and executive teams, Oscar has experienced firsthand the transformational impact leaders and organizations can have when they listen beyond the words. Oscar is a marketing and technology industry veteran with over 30 years' experience across general management, sales, marketing, and operations for Microsoft, PeopleSoft, Polycom, Professional Advantage, and Vodafone. He is the author of the book, Deep Listening and now, his newest book, How to Listen: Discover the Hidden Key to Better Communication*. In this conversation, Oscar and I explore several of the assumptions that tend to get in our way of listening well. Oscar highlights several distinctions that will be useful mindsets for you in showing up better in future conversations. Plus, we discuss how listing goes far beyond simply asking questions. Key Points Before we begin listening, it is helpful to tune…much like as orchestra. We can't always give our full attention, but we can make the choice as to whether we are paying attention or giving attention. As much as we intend otherwise, sometimes we listen less well in our closest relationships. Aim to be curious instead of drawing conclusions. Asking questions does not necessarily mean you are listening well. Aimless and arbitrary questions are everywhere. Resources Mentioned How to Listen: Discover the Hidden Key to Better Communication* by Oscar Trimboli Interview Notes Download my interview notes in PDF format (free membership required). Related Episodes The Way to Be More Coach-Like, with Michael Bungay Stanier (episode 458) Four Habits That Derail Listening, with Oscar Trimboli (episode 500) How to Genuinely Show Up for Others, with Marshall Goldsmith (episode 590) Discover More Activate your free membership for full access to the entire library of interviews since 2011, searchable by topic.
Rama is the Founder of USHA Investment Group LLC. Rama Krishna Chunchu has a B.E in Mechanical Engineering from Osmania University, India, and corporate background in I.T. Investing in Real Estate since 2015 in North Carolina, FL, and MD. Equity partner in 750+ units' multifamily assets, in FL, MD, and NC markets. GP in 64 units.Rama & Vinki chat about- How to locate the right market- Building relationships with investors- Finding sponsors and building credibility- Rama shares his experience with his first deal- Important aspects to close a deal- Assumptions while underwriting- Raising capital Connect with RamaWebsite: www.ushacapital.comIf you've liked this episode, please leave us feedback through a five-star rating and comments below! Also be sure to like, share, and subscribe!The Real Estate Vibe Show!Follow us @:https://twitter.com/loombainvesthttps://www.instagram.com/loombainvestmenthttps://www.facebook.com/Loombainvesthttps://www.linkedin.com/in/vinkiloomba
Dr. Scott Yenor, author, “The Recovery of Family Life” Pro-LGBT Left Said Kids Needed Sex Ed For ‘Health' And ‘Safety,' But They Aren't Any Healthier Or Safer The Recovery of Family Life: Exposing the Limits of Modern Ideologies Dr. Scott Yenor's YouTube Channel
Assumptions block our view of seeing the whole perspective and equip us with a bias that can make our relationships difficult to navigate. Not asking people personal questions or receiving feedback might be underlined unexamined bias. Whether your "moral compass" may get in the way, your assumptions form from cultural influence, or you even feel avoidant of those tougher conversations and just assume the other person is on the same page - this episode is for you. This is a follow up to the defense series as Ann and Sue help us continue to get real and question what we think we just know.
Airtasker is Australia's #1 marketplace for local services. Over the past decade, they've acquired more than 4.3M registered users, built a worth of $255M, created a $1.7B value of job opportunities, and went public. But founder Tim Fung still feels the pains from the first 3 years, when everything he assumed about the business was wrong. He's learned that through the victories and failures of scaling a startup, remaining focused on providing value over profit is what lasts. Listen to Nathan and Tim discuss: The importance of going all-in on a startup Starting a business with 2 marketplaces The 90-day wakeup call for founders Inspiring users to use your product Sharing problems with your team Not putting off hard decisions Building a feedback muscle within your business And much more startup advice… Who do you want to see next on the podcast? Comment and let us know! And don't forget to leave us a 5-star review if you loved this episode. Wait, there's more… If you enjoy the Foundr podcast, check out our free trainings. Get exclusive, actionable advice from some of the world's best entrepreneurs. Speak with our friendly course experts to get clarity on the next steps for your idea, business or career. You will get tailored insights from results achieved by our proven practitioners as well as thousands of students. Book a call now... For more Foundr content, follow us on your favorite platform: Foundr.com Instagram YouTube Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Magazine