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Canary Cry News Talk
TRUMP AND DUMP

Canary Cry News Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 201:38


Canary Cry News Talk #520 - 08.10.2022 - Recorded Live to Tape! TRUMP AND DUMP - FBI Raid, AI Trumper, New World Warfare, Backdoor Breathing Podcast = T - 2:18 Timestamp by Jade Bouncerson HELLO, RUN DOWN HOOK 5:23 V / 3:05 P Called it: Marine general takes over Africa Command (AP) Sun Africa LLC - FL based company → Nigeria to Seek US EXIM Loan for Solar Project With Sun Africa (Bloomberg)   DAY/PERSONAL/EXEC 14:10 V / 11:52 P   FLIPPY UPDATE 29:27 V / 27:09 P ‘He Is Better Than Biden': Meta's New AI Chatbot Thinks Biden Stole Election (DailyCaller)   TRUMP 44:44 V / 42:26 P Background: FBI executes search warrant at Trump's Mar-a-Lago in doc investigation (CNN)  Latest: Trump pleads the fifth, NY attorney general (NY Times) Mole on the Trump Team, FBI informer (Newsweek) Next move will be assassination, says NY Police Commissioner (DailyCaller) → Judge who approved FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago once linked to Jeffrey Epstein (NY Post) → FL judge who approved FBI raid on Trump represented Jeffrey Epstein's employees (Fox News)   BREAK 1: TREASURE 1  1:20:04 V / 1:17:46 P   RUSSIA/UKRAINE 1:29:36 V / 1:27:18 P Russia suspends US inspections of its nuclear arsenal (France24)   CHINA 1:36:21 V / 1:34:03 P CNN, CNBC, AP Met With Chinese Communist Party Propagandists in July (National Pulse)   BREAK 2: TREASURE 2 1:53:40 V / 1:51:22 P   MONEY 2:05:37 V / 2:03:19 P Biden says ‘inflation' bill funds healthcare, ‘God knows what else' in bizarre speech (NY Post)  → Clip: Biden says inflation is down   HUNGRY 2:14:24 V / 2:12:06 P 3D-printing insects mixed with veges could help prevent food crisis (Interesting Engineering)    BREAK 3: TALENT 2:29:27 V / 2:27:09 P   BEAST SYSTEM 2:49:27 V / 2:47:09 P Humans could breathe out of buttholes like pigs, trials begins this year (Interesting Engineering)   BREAK 4: TIME 3:04:07 V / 3:01:49 P END   This Episode was Produced By:   EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS Tom** The Sentinel**   Producers Dame Salty, MORV, Sir JC Knight of the Technosquatch, Runksmash, Puddin22, Sir LX Protocol V2, Gail M, Darrin S, Sir Scott Knight of Truth, Veronica D, Sir Casey the Shield Knight   Audio Production Psalm40   Visual Art Dame Allie of the Skillet Nation Sir Dove Knight of Rusbeltia David C   MICROFICTION Runksmash - Monitoring the comms traffic IRS Agent Brown hears the dark chants from the white desert; acting fast he sends an encrypted message to his higher ups, with a secret BCC to his favorite podcast, then he heads to the armory for his scary assault rifle.   The Sentinel - Round 3 complete. Round 4 done. The competitors have been thinned out. It's time for the semi-finals. Basil is in a one-on-one elimination match with an Alpha-Boi. They battle for points by performing tricks, completing laps, and winning the crowd by any means. Basil leaps in the air and does a 360 spin, sticks the landing, and accelerates to complete a speed lap. The judges award him 2 points. The Alpha-Boi attempts a similar move, but his ankle gives out as he lands, and he stumbles to the side of the rink. The crowd gasps. Basil sees his opportunity to strike. The Alpha-Boi is scrambling to recover. Basil skates by and grabs the Alpha-Boi. It looks like he's about to push off him to perform another trick. The audience watches with suspense. But instead, Basil pulls the Alpha-Boi beside him and helps him get back to skating. The crowd lets out a big “Awww.” With kindness Basil secures his place in the finals. But the Alpha-Bois have different plans…   CLIP PRODUCER Emsworth, FaeLivrin   TIMESTAPERS Jackie U, Jade Bouncerson, Christine C, Pocojoyo   SOCIAL MEDIA DOERS Dame MissG of the OV and deep rivers   LINKS HELP JAM ADDITIONAL STORIES NASA solves mystery of 'spaghetti' found on surface of Mars after wild theories spread (Mirror) US Space Force tests robot dogs to patrol Cape Canaveral (Space) REAL ROBOT ONE IS… REAL (Hackaday) Robot Arms Are Replacing Shelf Stockers in Japan's Stores (Yahoo) I Flirted With Meta's New Chatbot and Things Got Weird (Daily Beast) Republicans who blast FBI's Trump search prepping to snag Joe in a Hunter Biden probe (Politico)  Liz Cheney's Husband Is Partner At Law Firm Representing Hunter Biden (Federalist)  Zelensky calls on West to ban all Russian travelers (WaPo) U.S. to send Ukraine $5.5 billion in new fiscal, military aid (Reuters) (Archive) → $1 Billion in Additional Security Assistance for Ukraine (US DoD) → New Ukraine military package is largest yet, Pentagon says (MSN / WaPo)

Busted Open
Quake by the Lake Breakdown

Busted Open

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 37:28


On this episode of “Busted Open”, hosts Dave LaGreca & Bully Ray breakdown all the biggest storylines from last night's “Quake by the Lake” including the shocking return of CM Punk, the bloody battle between Chris Jericho and AEW Interim Heavyweight Champion Jon Moxley, and the spectacular Coffin Match which opened AEW Dynamite.

More Than A Season - Women Inspired Guide
ADHD, Overwhelm & Chaos

More Than A Season - Women Inspired Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 31:29


We sit down with ADHD Coach Brooke Schnittman, MA, BCC, ACC, and talk about the world of ADHD coupled with coaching.  In this episode, Brooke gives tactical tips for anyone struggling with ADHD and how to spot signs in children that may be struggling. We also talk about: The most common symptoms How to cope with changing environments and routine Overgeneralization of ADHD and ADD The differences between mild, moderate, and severe ADHD Coexisting conditions or exasperated symptoms that may seem like ADHD Educating others on your learning disabilities Coaching those with ADHD Meet Brooke!  Visit her website!  Sign up for our Newsletter! Connect with us! More Than a Season Instagram Get to know Ashley Get to know Brittany Visit our website: www.morethanaseasonpodcast.com Email us: morethanaseasonpodcast@gmail.com

Broadlands Community Church

2 Timothy 1:12 - 2 Timothy 1:12 (ESV) I AM NOT ASHAMED, for I know whom I have believed, and I am convinced that HE IS ABLE TO GUARD until that day what has been ENTRUSTED TO ME. Paul in his final letter before his death is making his final declaration not only to Timothy but also to all believers including us at BCC. Paul's conviction is to be an example to all those who put their trust in Christ. Like Paul, we are not ashamed, because we know whom we have believed. Not “what” we believe but “whom” we have believed, Jesus! We don't have a dead theology; we have a personal experience with the living Christ that comes with power.

The Swyx Mixtape
[Weekend Drop] Coding Career Chat - The Operating System of You

The Swyx Mixtape

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 76:01


Show notes and referenced links: https://twitter.com/swyx/status/1553456558264164356Old talk version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzK4IxHv3W0Join the Coding Career Community: https://learninpublic.org/Follow for future spaces: https://twitter.com/Coding_CareerTranscript[00:00:00] Chad Stewart: I think we should set up the whole thing first in case, people might be coming off the street and they don't necessarily know exactly about the chapter of the book. I definitely think you should talk a little bit about that first. [00:00:10] swyx: I do opinion introduce it. Yeah. Yeah.[00:00:13] That'd be great. Do you wanna give it a shot? I wanna see what what your take on it is. Oh, okay. Yeah, sure. I'll give it a shot. So, [00:00:20] Chad Stewart: So pretty much the idea. Well, so first of all the, currently the chapter actually is at the end of the book. And a lot of you get a lot of, the, you get a lot of other information before you get to this chapter.[00:00:32] And the kind of idea is that, all that other information is important. It's great. But if you don't necessarily know how to implement. Then, yeah, it's not particularly useful. And so my understanding, you of took the idea of hairs, things that that you could use to start implementing some of these things.[00:00:53] And then one of the things that actually really enjoyed really liked I read over the chapter again, just to to refresh myself, was the idea of not everything to use all the time. You have tactics which you use whenever they come up, then you have strategy. Which you use, like you use a little bit more often.[00:01:13] I don't remember what the third one is, but it is like levels of when you use them principles. Yes. Principles. Thank you. When you use them often. So the chapter resonated with me mostly because of a lot of the things that you were talking about is like habits and like laying the foundation for success.[00:01:30] Part we talked about it in the Mito last week in terms of keeping yourself physically healthy, but just also, it's just generally your habits, both your physical habits, like learning, expanding your knowledge, networking, interacting with people it's just having that foundation laid out so that, leveraging the other topics of the book was is what you call.[00:01:53] It was easier. I know we had that, this kind of discussion about about maybe putting it earlier in the book, but that's the reason why I decided, Hey, maybe this would be the first thing to talk about because this is something that, we talk up in the industry, but not really, yeah. So just wanted to talk about [00:02:11] swyx: anyways. Yeah. That's a great recap. Yeah, that's fantastic recap. Okay. Job done. Thank you everyone. Yeah. Wow. And you didn't even I didn't even tell you I was gonna ask you anyway. I just love hearing about it from other point of view.[00:02:23] But yeah, you can see how it's weird to put it at the front of the buzz. I have to go through and set up all the context first, which is like 39 chapters of random shit. And then but, and then I come in at the end with a really strong chapter. Right. But I think my reflection is like, Imagine you would hand it the golden book of advice.[00:02:42] Like maybe my book is like not the golden book of advice, but maybe someone else's book in book of advice. Can you convert that advice into results and the chances are, is it's no, because it's not really, you're not really lacking for advice. You're really lacking for systems to implement that effectively in your career, in your life.[00:03:03] Right? To actually put things in action and follow through on them. It's not ideas, it's execution, it's not motivation, it's discipline. And so like it's really boring blocking and tackling stuff. But then I felt like if I did not talk then everything I, everything else I talk about is a complete waste because like this that's the real sustainable advantage.[00:03:24] I think for sure, I was very influenced by atomic habits. Like you can have all the fancy trading strategies that you want, but ultimately, your net worth is a trailing indicator of your financial habits. Did you save enough? and, did you did you did you put did you pay down the interest rate on the things that you're supposed to pay down first before chasing the investment in other categories?[00:03:48] And I definitely feel like, when people give high level career advice, they tend to overstep in terms of the high stakes, the very dramatic, the very flashy, the very sexy, or very smart sounding ideas. And there's just the boring, like eat of vegetables, versions of the ideas. Isn't talked about enough when actually it is the predominant.[00:04:08] Thing to get right. So, yeah. Oh, go ahead. Go ahead. Sorry. I cut you off. Oh, no, I see you also join on your personal, so, I'm talking to two CHADS. Oh [00:04:15] Chad Stewart: yeah. One that's a duck and one that's an actual person. Yeah. No, so I would, I, so I do agree with you. But, and I guess it's I try not to say too much about the, on, on like you're delivering the chapter as opposed to the chapter's contents itself.[00:04:30] But like I do agree that, like the thing that everybody's interested in, like you said, the gold as you put it is definitely. The, what you call it the flashy advice, the, this is how you negotiate your salary. These are the technologies that you choose, as opposed to the eat, your vegetables as you call it version is, get up every day and code, get up every day and read tech, tech news, or get up every day and network, specifically the phrase network, where network is just this bland, instruction that you're, that [00:05:02] swyx: everybody gives, know, which network what you supposed to do when people say I'm gonna get up to date end network.[00:05:06] What is that? I [00:05:08] Chad Stewart: have no clue. I just, I say it all the time. And then I sit down and okay, what am I supposed to do? Ha [00:05:15] swyx: oh, but so my version of that right. Is to learn in public. Right? And I know, this, so, like it's weird to come to, to reach out, to let's, here's an unenlightened version of networking, which is.[00:05:26] You're just, you're gonna go out there and you're gonna look for some industry mentor and you're gonna cold email them and say, please, can you be my mentor? Which is an unspecified job of indeterminate length for no money. So good luck. But if you learn the public you're putting your interests out there, you're you progress out there and people can help you with specific dimensions and you can build your network that way by building up assets of value that you exchange for something else.[00:05:50] And I think that's a really positive some way to network and I highly encourage people [00:05:54] Chad Stewart: to do that. Yeah, no, I definitely agree. I definitely agree. And I guess like that's like the going back to the operating system of you is like the more kind of boring part, because that is something that you have to do all the time, it's the grind, right?[00:06:11] Like everybody is trying to tell you to grind, but they don't necessarily tell you. You know why it's important and they don't tell you that it gets boring. Well, I guess it's implied that it gets boring, but, but yeah okay. You know what, I'm just going to say that. I think anyways, you think [00:06:26] swyx: what [00:06:26] Chad Stewart: kind?[00:06:27] Yeah. What do you think? No, I was just like, I just, as I was thinking, I just hit a roadblock in my head and I just like, yeah, no. [00:06:33] swyx: Okay. That's an action cancellation, when you're playing fighting games and you're doing something and you're like, oh, Nope. oh, you on the path I want to go down.[00:06:44] Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So, there's two things. One is keeping going through the daily grinds having good habits, letting them compound part of that is, your physical body, part of that is your mental. Your mental storage space, so, we talk about sleep.[00:07:00] We talk about building a second brain and then the third section is building a scheduler which is how do you take on multiple tasks and multitask prioritize them and then try not to drop any tasks. I think that's a very foundational skill, I'll talk about that. But the last bit I really which is to keep your kernel alive, which is the process zero, the kernel that, the process that schedules other processes.[00:07:23] And for me or for most developers that is some concept of drive, right. If you lose your drive, you burn out. And I think something that maybe a lot of people don't discuss is yeah, like there's a lot of burnout in the industry and that's of game over You talk about the differences between lasting in this industry five years versus 50 years, like it's basically, do you have a love for programming?[00:07:43] Do you have a reason that you do what you do? And I think I tend to try to remind people that it is not about chasing money. It's not just about chasing money. Money's good. But there, there can also be a higher purpose to the things that we work on. [00:07:56] Chad Stewart: I definitely agree. And I guess of going down the it's not about chasing money, it's not, so I guess my thing is, it's less about, you want to chase the thing that interests you.[00:08:08] You know what I mean? Like I, and I think that's something that like, especially in the industry, we do a really good we do a really good job of telling people that these are the things that are important and pushing up the things that they are interested in, yeah. So say, like for instance, you're just a front end Devrel and you love doing UI UX, but everybody just convinces you that UI UX is not the thing to do by the way.[00:08:33] I'm just picking this because probably because I'm most related to it, not necessarily the situation, but just the anyways. But yeah, like this is your thing, but everybody tells you, oh, you really need to get into the cloud. No something else, right? Like it's backend engineering and you do that and you get good at it, but it's not the thing like that will eventually lead to burnout as well.[00:08:58] Like it's really, at least my understanding of burnout is really when there's like the reward that you're getting for the actions that you're doing, don't match with the rewards that you want. That's probably a bad description of it, but yeah you know what you're getting versus what you actually want.[00:09:18] If those things don't align and they don't align for long enough, then you know, you just don't want to do it anymore. You're not getting properly rewarded. Yeah. For the things that [00:09:27] swyx: you're doing. Yeah. That's that's the burnouts phase. I feel like I had more to share that, but I always like to turn into a discussion, where this is an open discussion.[00:09:36] If people want to raise their hands and talk about, any of these concepts the, from the physical, to like the brain stuff to scheduling and to burnouts, we can always have that open . actually got some feedback from one of my previous spaces that apparently people can't really raise their hands until they're invited.[00:09:52] I'm not sure how this works. [00:09:54] Chad Stewart: Yeah, I'm not necessarily sure. Either. Like usually, so like you have a request button for people that are new to spaces, you have the request button and then that will tell us that you're you want to come up and then we can bring you up and then you can like, raise your hands and stuff like that.[00:10:10] I also want to point out I forgot to, to say this, but we have a link as well for a Slido. So say for instance, you actually do have a question and you don't want to necessarily come on stage. It's you can go to the Slido and just ask your question there and monitoring that. So the link to the Slido, if you notice that there's a tweet at the top of this space, we call it jumbotron.[00:10:34] The tweet has that link to that slack. Ah, there it is. Test [00:10:38] swyx: question anonymous. Yeah, that was me. That was. Oh, you see, [00:10:42] Chad Stewart: it's anonymous. You're supposed to not let anybody know. Oh, right, right, right. [00:10:47] swyx: Okay. Whoop . [00:10:49] Chad Stewart: Yeah. So feel free to do that as well. But yeah, this is this kind of an open ended que even though spaces are ne not necessarily, I guess you have to cultivate that, but yeah, this is a open ended space.[00:11:02] So if you have any questions, feel free to, to jump up and ask them, just ask them however you want. Like even feel free to to tweet at the tweet. [00:11:12] swyx: And I'll monitor that as well. This new chat feature in in Twitter. So we can try that out. Okay. So maybe I'll put it this way. Yeah. One thing.[00:11:21] One thing, one thing I wanted to offer is I think that there's an there's an image that I think you said in your recap resonated with you a lot, which is that we have principles, strategies, and tactics. We talk about the sort of three levels of applications that we offer or that we think about principles are always on.[00:11:40] Chad Stewart: Are you still there? [00:11:41] swyx: I feel like Shawn. Yeah. So strategies are like big apps. You constantly run them. Right. And you always all your datas in them. So you take your time to choose. It's like slack or discord notion of OneNote. F sketch is like a big, bigger decision, but tactics are like utilities.[00:11:55] So they're one off you, you picked them up when you need them and you drop them when you're done. So, and I really one of the big breakthroughs was really. Seeing that it align to your job strategies, align to your career and principles, align to human life. And that's the individual scale at which each of these things operate.[00:12:15] And to me, that was like when I realized that I was like, oh, okay. Each of these things apply on different time scales. And part of the joy of being human is, or having operated, have to operate all these things at once. [00:12:25] Chad Stewart: Yeah. That's really interesting, actually. Never really. I mean, I have thought about it, but not necessarily to that level of, like you said, the utilities are the things that you pick up really quickly and you leverage really quickly.[00:12:38] And then, like it's, I've just never thought about it in that kind of timescale that I thank you. I really appreciate, I'm really happy. [00:12:45] swyx: This is recording. I'm like in general I, I actually feel like there's a lot of things we can steal from computer science to run like the rest of our lives because.[00:12:54] It's and this is not a new thing. And there's a book called that tries to take a stab at this, but I think doesn't go far enough. Like one of the things that I did not end up writing about was how we do hyper parameter tuning for machine learning. And it turns out that there is a perimeter that you can tweak to essentially say how excited you should be by progress.[00:13:21] If you make some progress, how much more aggressive should you be? I think it's the alpha perimeter, but I mean, it doesn't really matter what you call it. If you tune it too high, if you tune it higher, you'll learn faster. Because if you have, if you try something, you have initial bit of success, then you're like, okay, screw it.[00:13:35] I'm gonna do 10 X more, whatever I just did. And then you're like, okay, I have 20 X more success. All I'm gonna put a hundred X more than whatever I just did. And then you find that there's a usually converge on a, some local global minimum. Minimum is a good thing in machine learning. And, but I also find there's some grads in which you can overshoot by being too excited about stuff.[00:13:54] And the fact that you have this result in machine learning that you can apply to normal human learning is actually fascinating. So I, I feel like, basically what I wanna do is take computer science learnings and apply their analogies to life. So I don't know if I lost you there [00:14:09] Chad Stewart: no.[00:14:09] I'm so I'm trying to kind imagine that as well. No, I'm just I'm listening. I'm trying, you know what, I'm not gonna lie. Some of it did go over my head [00:14:17] swyx: but it's very thorough. I feel I need to draw it out, but like at the same time, that's the point of podcasts or Twitter spaces, you can just mouth blog, the stuff that.[00:14:26] You don't dare to write down cuz it's not fully . [00:14:28] Chad Stewart: Right. And then not only that you can kinda get people's opinions on it. So like I would, so my immediate thought is that yeah, you you want to tune that, but I would also say you're not let to necessarily get it perfect. And it's just like about being constantly improving.[00:14:46] Yeah. Or, so you don't want to, you don't want to chase perfection because you chase perfection and you're never gonna get anything done. Whereas it's this is good enough for now. And then when you either have time or when you want to, at some event you decide to make improvements.[00:15:02] Right? Yeah. And the thing is you want to make improvements, but you don't want to make improvement often too much and you don't want to make improvements too little, [00:15:12] swyx: Yeah. So, so we have a principle, right? Good enough is better than best. Stop looking for things that are best because that involves obsessing over benchmarks, carrying what influencers think, keeping up with everything new.[00:15:25] And when you obsess with good enough, you turn from the external facing point of view to the internal painting. Point of view, you focus on what you need done. You focus on what you need, well, and you focus on what you enjoy and once you hit good enough, move on. And I feel like that's a fundamentally healthier with life, I guess.[00:15:41] Yeah. Yeah definitely agree. Question. Oh, so thanks for, so whoever submitted that Slido that is our first submission. So we do have a Slido pinned to the top of the thingy, the space. Yeah. Twitter should just build this instead of building like co tweeting or or like the hot take reaction button or whatever that is which I'm also very.[00:16:03] Kind of miff that I didn't get, but whatever, like it's just real, it's just like a really weird feature. Nobody wants to run that company going on. There's no adults supervision going on in, in that company. So the question is, what are your favorite calendar hacks. Do you have any chats?[00:16:19] Chad Stewart: I don't know, so, okay. I guess, let me think. Man, because my whole calendar strategy is, I don't even know if I wanna call it a hat, but so something that I do is that I will make a calendar event. I don't know if it's a hat, but I'll make a calendar event. And I always make the calendar.[00:16:35] I always make the event also happen like at 8:00 AM in the morning so that, my day starts and it's oh, okay, I have this is the stuff that I want to do today. And then it will tell me obviously when the event is going to actually happen. And so I set an alarm on my phone for that time, but I set it for the, for 10 minutes before, and then I just hit the snooze button.[00:16:56] I don't know if that's helpful, , but like it, I'm just like it. I very rarely miss meetings because of that whole setup, [00:17:01] swyx: yeah know. Yeah. That's super smart. I wanna offer the operating systems analogy, right. Which is amazing. We, for someone like me, I, I never really did an operating systems course, but I just I pulled up, I watched some lectures and I pulled up some texts on that and just read the basic, overview of stuff.[00:17:20] There are scheduling algorithms for processes and it, and one of these I wish I could show an image here. I can't really show an image. So there are three main things that you wanna have, right? You wanna have a single source of truth to store all the queues that you're on the task uses that you're accumulating.[00:17:36] You wanna be able to prioritize, so you need some kind of garbage collection slash planning period. And then you need to batch work. So you reduce context switching. So, the first algorithm. Is basically just process scheduling queues. And I'm just gonna read from this slide. It says process migrates among the queues throughout this slide.[00:17:52] So, I have an image here of what a CPU does to do scheduling or what an operating system does is do scheduling has a ready queue in IO Q and it waits for child execution and it waits for interrupts. And those are. Analogous to the types of things that can come into and out of our operating system and the next task, I think is really interesting.[00:18:11] There most job pool systems have a long term scheduler versus a short term scheduler. So you can, you have a long term storage of jobs. You pop some off into a ready queue for your CPU, which is. To process. And that goes from long term to short term. And once your short term scheduling is done, you put the, put it back into either your exit or if you can't finish it, you put it back into a waiting queue.[00:18:34] That's just such a really good analogy for the stuff that you have to do long-term versus the short term and to manage it really well. There's more than that. There's like other decisions. There's also ways to decide about scheduling. So for example, you can design by requirements, you scheduling criteria, you wanna maximize CPU that utilization and you wanna maximize throughput.[00:18:53] In other words, you wanna maximize, the amount of resources that you're, that you've utilizing, and you wanna maximize the amount of work that you're doing. You wanna minimize turnaround time. You wanna minimize waiting time. You wanna minimize response time. In other words, like when people rely on you, you want to have your operating system work and in such a way that they get response in some kind of minimum as LA.[00:19:12] All of these are just like very reasonable requirements if to design for, but because we don't really design our own operating system, we, the emergent property is that, well, sometimes I take two months to reply to an email cuz , cuz I'm still working on this. But I think having.[00:19:26] Desirable properties and then working backwards, scheduling algorithm is, can really help. There are, there's a whole like library of them. I'm just gonna read some out for people to search there's round, rubbing round Robin scheduling, shortest job, first shortest, remaining time priority scheduling first come first serve.[00:19:46] And then the most complex one, which is multi-level Q scheduling. Those are the in terms of my sort of research. Those are the scheduling algorithms that I researched. I don't know. Does any of those appeal to you? ? [00:19:58] Chad Stewart: It's hard for me because I'm trying to imagine like literally the process, and as you were mentioning, like you have a lot of the kind of images I'm trying to imagine.[00:20:06] A lot of the [00:20:06] swyx: processes it's got for audio only medium. Maybe I'll tweet it out and then I'll attach it to the, I was [00:20:14] Chad Stewart: about to say the same thing. I was about to say the same thing. It's [00:20:16] swyx: just okay. Yeah. No. Go ahead. Go ahead. Yeah. Well, I'm just like, I think like whatever this is we should research the, like scheduling the philosophy of scheduling or the algorithms of scheduling are not limited to CPUs are not limited to operating systems.[00:20:30] Like we could just use them for ourselves. Why don't we use them for ourselves? That seems right.[00:20:38] that seems weird. So, so yeah, I mean, that's my essential assertion and I've been researching this for a while. I've got one more, but if no one, and obviously if anyone has like comments on scheduling systems that work for them you can jump on in. So, you want to work on all these prioritization.[00:20:53] There's a really good article from Sarah ner. It's basically on prioritizing how she works on that. She used to be my boss at nullify. And she says lately I've been working on grouping similar tasks. For example, meetings should happen in succession because it's easier for me to jump from one to another than it is having an hour in between.[00:21:12] I'm more keen to communicate with others on Monday when I'm getting the lay of the land towards the end of the week, my energy is higher. If I'm dedicated to coding, especially if I've allotted uninterrupted time. So essentially what she's telling you is like she's observed herself, what she prefers to do during the week.[00:21:26] And then she's allocated her calendar accordingly. And I saw that I worked with her. I worked for her and Thursday was her. And blocked day to, to work on individual projects. And Monday was the was meeting day. And I definitely think some of 'em are batching actually helps with scheduling because of contact switching and also adapting your own task to whenever you feel like you're most, you're most attuned to finishing them.[00:21:48] So, I thought it was really useful. The article, I think is CSS trick.com/prioritizing still one of the best prioritizing articles I've ever read. I should be tweeting this up, but like, where do I attach it? Do I attach it? [00:21:59] Chad Stewart: So when you tweet something it's weird, when you tweet something, you have to go and then you click the share button in the tweet.[00:22:07] And one of the, one of the options is this. And then you'd be able to put it up in the jumbotron, but it's funny that you mentioned that cuz there is an actual question here that was talking about how do you keep from changing focus too quickly? And I think you did a good job of, of talking about that to be quite honest with you, like act I would even go as far to say that's something that I struggle with even though to be fair.[00:22:33] I'm actually fairly good at context switching, but I never I really think about my week I'm like the furthest I would go is like my day. Like I'll just organize my day in a sense, and I don't necessarily organize my entire week in terms of my level of energy throughout the week.[00:22:52] Oh yeah. It's just always this assumption that my, my level of energy is going to be the same unless an event happens, [00:22:59] swyx: so the most opinionated advice I've been given. So, now that I'm a manager. Is it's weird to have opinions on day of the week. Like what you should do on the day of the week.[00:23:09] It's like they be the same as Friday. Obviously not cuz like Friday, you're like close to weekend. But they're like schedule your one-on-ones earlier in the week because if you need to bump them, you can bump them later and it's still the same week and I'm like, wow, to have such strong opinions on this.[00:23:24] This is is pretty special. So I think that's definitely true. We have Fridays at air by as well. So I think that's, that can be really helpful. And yeah, just scheduling focus time for shipping long projects and then scheduling, scheduling, meeting times together.[00:23:36] I think definitely is very useful for for batching. No, I definitely agree. [00:23:40] Chad Stewart: Oh, sorry. Go ahead. I cut you off. [00:23:42] swyx: Well, calendar there. There's one person saying calendar hacks, right? I think I would be remiss. I didn't mention the ultimate calendar hack. If you do a lot of external. You should use ly.[00:23:52] I uses cow, which is a ly competitor. It's basically the same price, same it's got slightly different features. It's got slightly nicer design and it's by Derek Reimer. Who's a indie hacker. So I just choose this indie hacker that I know compared to a $4 billion giant. But yeah, I think the stigma around can Lee has gone away despite what some venture capitalists mentioned.[00:24:13] And it really saves time scheduling, with the email ping pong of what type available, if you're three times that might work for you, so yeah, that, I guess, as far as hacks go, I think that's a big one. [00:24:23] Chad Stewart: Yeah. I definitely agree. I, which is funny.[00:24:26] I don't even use it as much something I've seriously been contemplating mostly cause I had a lot of people kind reach out, but yeah, I definitely agree with that. So something I also, which I actually struggled with, I would also like kind having just one place to view your entire calendar.[00:24:42] Yeah. So if you have a personal calendar, right. Because you may have a work email, like that is also a big deal as well, just so that, you, don't schedule something when you just simply couldn't see that you had another event, even if it's just like I have two calendars now, one for work and then one for my personal thing, and for whatever reason, it just says busy, doesn't say the actual event, that definitely has been like big [00:25:06] swyx: help as well.[00:25:06] You can tweak that into settings. So yeah, I have it set up so that my personal reflects onto my work and yeah, I try to manage, sometimes I get double booked, which is very annoying, but I mean, it works. I wish Gmail would make it more native. Cuz sometimes I have lesser use emails for business stuff. And sometimes those have calendar events. it starts to break down after a while. yeah. Yeah. Oh, go ahead. Calendar hacks. Well, so there's, there is an app called I think it's k.com. It's a, it's one of those YC sort of superhuman for calendar apps. I haven't personally used it, but if I just wanna mention it, cuz it always is in the mix when someone else is talking about this.[00:25:46] Oh, it looks like they got a corporate notion. Oh, not too long ago. Last last month. Interesting. That is either positive or negative. They didn't mention the price. Interesting. [00:25:57] Chad Stewart: That's like the exact, they do exact same as, I don't know, [00:26:00] swyx: to see it's an IDK, but if they were yeah.[00:26:03] Whatever. Anyway, I think I applaud them for trying. I think there are a lot of people also trying to do AI scheduling for for your calendar. So if you just plug it in, they will try to find the best slots for you and optimize your meetings. I haven't really heard from anyone who's used that positively, but I think there are all these people trying to do time block planning for you.[00:26:21] I tried AKI flow for a while, which is a really good time block planning app. It was just a bit too resource intensive for me. And I've given them that sort of performance feedback. Ah, okay. I wanted to throw before we get off this calendar hacking, cuz that there's been a couple other questions that came in on the Slido before we get off the calendar hacking I wanted to go through what I got from calendar port.[00:26:40] So for those who. County Park's fairly famous. So it, I, first of all, I find this his distribution strategy. Very interesting. He very famously does not use social media. But he just writes really good content and then lets other people on social media tell others about him. So I feel like in doing this on this space, I'm of doing his bidding.[00:26:59] It's weird, but it's just a good idea. So I'm just gonna share it. So, he has a podcast. So counterpoint is the, is a computer science professor, but also an author. He wrote deep work, which a lot of people know him for. And he has a podcast called deep S where he goes a little bit more into the ideas behind his book, by the way, every book should have a podcast.[00:27:17] Every book should have a community because then you can engage more with the ideas. It makes you reading much more worthwhile. That's why I do this unity thing. But anyway, so, he actually imple, he actually came up with a genius implementation of how to get control of your time.[00:27:32] It's I think a lot of the scheduling comments and ideas, especially the stuff that we just said, it's oh yeah. I've read it uncles like these. And I, my life hasn't really materially changed cause I don't really have a game plan to implement them in my life. And so he gave it a, he gave it a shot.[00:27:45] He actually did a Dave Ramsey style list of baby steps. Like a seven step plan to. Get control of your life. And I think this is episode 180 4 for people who want to listen to it. I have it clipped on my own mix tape. If you wanna go to Swyx mix tape, or you can go to his podcast but I'll just give you a preview for those listening of this, because I just thought it was so good.[00:28:08] And I thought it was so well matched. The scheduling analogy that we are setting up for the operating system of you. And I just, I cannot think of anything better because he'll even sequenced it correctly all, so let me just get into it. And then we'll talk about the meta. So the first step outta seven is time block planning, give every minute a job, right?[00:28:23] It's no use piling up task in your to-do list. Because you don't ever have a plan for when you're actually gonna do it. So you're just gonna accumulate a giant back level to-do list. You're gonna feel guilty about yourself, and then you're gonna eventually start over and have a new list because your oldest filled up with too much.[00:28:38] So time block plan is basically saying, use your calendar as your to-do list. I have about this, that I can go back and pin, but I think it just makes a lot of sense. If you don't have a plan for setting aside time to do a thing, then you don't have a plan to do it at all. Great.[00:28:50] So I, yeah, I, which is like super brutal, right? I just I mean, it's a lot of work, but I'll put things like read, article on, in a five minute, 10 minute block on my calendar. And that would actually work. I'm pinning it now to the channel. If for those who have never heard of time block planning he has a book, I think he's called time block planner.com.[00:29:08] If you like to, every productivity influencer eventually sells you. A journal of blank pages, right? Whether it's the bullet journal guy, whether it's like the, the time block planning guy, everyone's like, how can we sell you a book of blank, empty pages and make you pay like 23 bucks for it.[00:29:25] But I think it's, , it's worth it. But this, I mean, it's not really about, obviously it makes more money elsewhere, but I just think it's funny in the evolution of influencers, like eventually you shall grow up to either sell your own burgers. If you're Mr. Beast or you shall sell your own productivity planner.[00:29:40] So, so that's the first part of seven, which is time block planning. I think that is a really good baseline to get into the habit of planning out your day consciously and. Making sure that you have space to do the things that you sign up to do and to drop or schedule elsewhere, and the things that you don't have time to do.[00:29:58] Then the second thing is to set up task boards. I think this is biggest Trello a bunch of boards keep track of every task. And in other words, you need to stop drop, right? Like anytime anyone has any expectations on you or you sign up to do anything needs to go somewhere, needs to go in a trusted place, needs to go somewhere, cross platform that you'll see it and you'll address it.[00:30:15] You won't just leave it hanging. And for him, like one, what the value add for him here was he actually gave suggestions on what passports to have, because I think you can have way too many. And that starts to be really really unmanageable as well. So he has four, he has this week, he has ambiguous, he has major projects and he has waiting to hear back.[00:30:35] And I like, I really liked that last one waiting to hear back, which means let's say I do a task this week. And I'll do it. And usually it depends on someone else. Right? Usually I'm like, I'm sending email and I'm like, all, this is long-term project and I'm done with, it goes off my board. And then let's say the other person drops my task.[00:30:50] I don't have a process to go two months later, I go Hey, wasn't I, well, they're supposed to get an email for this and stuff to gets dropped and doesn't get done. So you move a task once you're done with it to waiting to hear back column if you're relying on someone else. And I think I think that's a really fascinating system that that sets this up.[00:31:06] But you realize like this is the first time you start to intersect between long-term planning and short-term planning. The time block plan is for your individual day and the long the task board is for your, your weak plus minus you. Two to three weeks. And I think that makes a lot of sense.[00:31:20] In other words there, there are a lot of things where you cannot use your calendars, your to-do list, cuz like you don't particularly have a time to do them when so you just set up a task board and then and when you do your weekly planning, that's when you move your task board into your calendar, your daily calendar and you set aside that stuff that you sign up to do that makes just a ton of sense.[00:31:38] I, I, when I looked at this, I was like, oh yeah. I mean, out of all the productivity systems that I've seen, like all them were too complex. I couldn't really keep up with that, but I can do these two steps. The third step is full capture. So for him and this is very much a getting things done GTD which is the.[00:31:56] Manual of the of the productivity industry. It's by David Allen. David Allen is a podcast where he airs the entire audio of his GTD workshops, where people pay thousands dollars to list to it. And I've been of going through it. It's really super long, but his examples are super good and it's all free.[00:32:12] So why not? If you want to, if you wanna, if you're interested in getting things done and who the hell is not interested in getting things done it's such an fantastic name. I wish I thought of it. Third step is full capture it. By the end of every day, every obligation has to be out of your head in a trusted system.[00:32:26] What are your trusted systems? There are three trusted systems that he has. One is your email inbox. Two is your calendar. Three is your task board. It should, nothing should exist in your memory because you, your memory's unreliable and you will forget. And you and so I just think like establishing this as a harder task role, it's just such a good thing, because then you have a clear mind to have your personal life.[00:32:45] To enjoy yourself to do go do whatever, because you can pick it up again when you get back to work, but otherwise, how do you enable work life separation? If you're thinking about work while you're still in the rest of your life, like you need to unload. And it's of like a weird operating system thing where, you know, when you spin down your container or whatever, you wanna save your state.[00:33:03] And I think those trusted systems are super. I'll go through the last four really quickly. Four is your weekly plan. So going from daily to weekly at the beginning of each week, build your plan for the week block time for your critical things and make your daily time block plan.[00:33:15] Five is your strategic plan. So now by by stage four outta seven so let me recap. The four first is time block plan two is set up task boards. Three is full capture. Four is weekly plan. So by stage four, outta seven, you should have your week in order. Like every. You should have a plan for that week.[00:33:31] You should you should be much in a much more productive phase in your life because you, or at least know, what's going on. You're being proactive about your time. Five is your spend setting your vision for your professional life on a court annual basis, five year basis, 10 year, 20 year, 30 or 40 year.[00:33:46] And it then eventually feeds into your weekly plan. So this is much more strategic thinking. Six is automate and eliminate. So this, like he leaves the automation step all the way to the end. So basically saying I will source it to an executive assistant if I want to I will reduce the round of context switching by trying to batch stuff like this is off, we talked about with Sarah ner will say no to things that we've signed up for.[00:34:05] And when I look at the totality of everything I want to do, this just is like priority number seven and add to it. So. Let's just not beat around the Bush. I'm just gonna say no to this. Right. And leaving and stepping away from stuff is the most high leverage thing you can possibly do, because that gives you more time to focus on the things that really matter to you.[00:34:22] And yeah, I mean that, that is so brutal, but it's still clear. And then finally seven out of the seven step he says, go for it. Like basically once you have control of your time, take more ambitious projects at big swings because that's the way to build a fantastic career. So, what do you think the seven step plan?[00:34:37] Chad Stewart: No, that's pretty, so, I alright to be, I was trying to absorb as much of that as possible. Like definitely. What was it for me personally, I have the biggest issue with like I do. I have a lot of things that kind of live in my head and I try to put as much of it as I. In places as possible, but to be quite honest, a lot of it still lives in my head, same, and so definitely that's the thing that resonated with me the most. The second thing to be quite honest also is giving once you have everything, when you see like the priority of things that you have, no, being strong enough to be like, look, this is just not going to get done.[00:35:18] I can't get this done. And to just freeing up your time, because I'm definitely one of those people that will be like, Hey, can you do this? Yes. And I will grit my teeth. Yes. And do it anyway. And I just don't have a lot of time for myself. Like me personally, I'm trying to learn more system design stuff because that's my interest.[00:35:39] And I find that I do a lot of my system design stuff at nine 30 at night when I'm trying to get to bed at 10, you know what I mean? Yeah. And I'm like struggling through it and I, I keep up the habit I'm doing it, but, I don't feel like I'm retaining anything, but at the very least I'm keeping up the habit, like it's, that's wasted in my opinion or potentially right.[00:36:01] Because I don't retain anything. So definitely just I don't have the time to do this, please, [00:36:08] swyx: you're gonna have to figure that out. This is the fine art of making time, which is fantastic. Okay. So yeah. So first of all I, and I had, I got a little bit better about this over the past two years.[00:36:17] So you must have an app in your phone that you can just dump notes to yourself. It's, it must be offline first. It must sink every. And you must trust it kinda completely. Right. So for me, it's my second brain. Which I use obsidian for and sings the GitHub. So I know if I ever lose it, if if anything, any data ever corrupts, I can just go to GitHub.[00:36:37] And I think you can use notion for that. You can use things, you can use apple notes. Doesn't really matter. There's this meme, actually, this week, you saw that meme, right? The apple notes meme. It's the tools for thought people you start on with the low IQ people using apple notes, and then the mid IQ people start using.[00:36:54] I don't know, Rome research and obsidian, the things . And then the really high IQ people just back to using apple notes again. I think that kind of makes sense for sure. Jack Dorsey talks about his to-do list and he keeps it in apple notes. And if that guy can run his life on apple notes, why can't you[00:37:11] So I mean, not that I hold him up to be like the Paragon of, of human being, but you can't deny that he's been successful. Right? Right. He has a don't do and don't list. I feel like I clipped this before, but I'm really gonna have trouble pulling it up because I clipped this a long time ago.[00:37:29] Maybe I'll just Jack Dorsey, maybe I'll oh, no, I don't have that. Jack Dorsey don't list. Yeah, won't do list. Okay. Okay. Yeah. It's just Google Jack Dorsey. Won't do this. He talks about this in 2018. And I just thought he's just fantastic. Oh, here's this here? He says, okay. It's apple notes.[00:37:45] Oh my God. Okay. He says today, do meditate, workout, tweet, aggression, read, write, consider, follow up. Won't do alcohol, just decided on, he just has a list of like stuff that he just won't do. And, it looks like he's so, he's just always every single day, he just wants to not do alcohol.[00:38:04] And I think that's a super useful question. And then for and then he falls, he finishes off his day with daily questions. What truth did I discover? What am I grateful for? And who did I help? I, this reminds me of actually Benjamin Franklin. Like at the end of his day, he would talk about what good I, what good did I do in my day today?[00:38:20] Like how did I benefit humanity? And I think like having that reflection and consciously living towards. Some small set of purposeful goals, like really helps to align yourself. [00:38:30] Chad Stewart: Definitely agree. As you were say, as you were saying, all of that, the first thing that kind of run to me was atomic habits.[00:38:37] And how one of the stories that the author told was James clear. One of the stories that he told was how he had a friend who was trying to lose weight. And one of the questions she would ask herself is what would a healthy person do? And that effectively became the guide the guide for her.[00:38:57] Not necessarily her life, but her weight loss goals is that she would just always ask that question and it made it more of an intrinsic motivator for her. I, I know in the book he has like levels of, I don't know if it's motivation, but it's like where you want.[00:39:11] To get the drive, to push yourself to do habits. And you have things that's you, your ex, when you have an external motivators, like you want money, you want fame or you want something to pull you towards it. And then when you like the, what he's getting at is you should be more intrinsically motivated where it's you want to be pushed by an idea.[00:39:32] And then that idea is the way you think about you both approaching the world in a sense, yeah. So I, that was like the thing that kind of run out to me as you are, as you're going through the list, it's also very interesting that he that Jack Dorsey takes the time to be grateful.[00:39:48] I feel like that's something that we tend to be very forgetful about, is just like a lot of the times where we're in a very privileged position. Like not to say that everybody is in a great position, but we're a lot of times we're in a very privileged position and is just like being grateful for all the things that we already have, while still trying to achieve more.[00:40:07] It's just interesting that he has that. [00:40:10] swyx: Yeah. Have you, have I read you my favorite quote on motivation and intrinsic pharmacists. Okay. Let me attach it to the tweet so that other people can read along. I read this four years ago and it really. Has guided a lot of my career choices as well.[00:40:25] By then, so I've just pined it up for those following along. And it's from Dan Pink's drive and he calls it extrinsic promises, destroy intrinsic motivation. As children, we are driven by our inner desires to learn, to discover to help others. But as we grow, we are programmed by society to need extrinsic motivations.[00:40:43] We take out the trash, we study hard, we work tirelessly, we'll be rewarded with friendly praise, high grades, and good paychecks slowly. We lose more and more of our intrinsic motivation because extrinsic promises destroy intrinsic motivation. And I'm just like, wow. Yeah, like how much do I, not how much do I do anymore?[00:41:01] Or don't do because no, one's paying me to do it. So I don't do it. And and how different is that from kids who are like, yeah, this looks fun. Let's just go do it. Let's just write out, [00:41:10] Chad Stewart: yeah, no, it's, to be honest with you, I would even go as far as to say that The way I do everything is I guess it's chasing that original kind of ideal of this is just something interested in doing, and I'm just like, I'm just trying to put position my life in a place where it's I can get back to maybe not necessarily reacting oh, this is interesting.[00:41:29] I want to attempt this, but I have all of these other things I have to do, I have all of these other responsibilities or just things that I said that I, well, I guess, responsibilities. So I was just trying to getting back to that, but yeah, it's. Yeah, [00:41:43] swyx: definitely. Cool. Cool, cool.[00:41:45] Did we talk about what keeps you, so we're going back to questions on Slido. Let's finish these out. There's three more questions. What keeps you from changing focus too quickly? Do we talk about that? Yes, that was like things we talked about. That's cool. It's cool. If anyone has has follow up questions, obviously feel free to chat.[00:41:59] Let's go with some more can you share some examples of how you specifically implement operating schedule OS scheduling concepts into how you design your week advances task and doing, thank you. Yeah, so, I think we talked a little bit about the planning phase for, if you, so I listened to the manager tools podcast, and I listen to county reports podcast, and mostly you wanna do your planning on.[00:42:20] Monday morning, you only plan a week out. Right. And part of that is going to be determined for you. You have weekly standing meetings, try to have one-on-ones earlier in a week. And then towards the end of the week, try to do what they call a 15, what they call a 15 five writeup, which is essentially sum up the week in 15 minutes so that you yourself or your manager can look back and track like what, your progress and how you think your week ran.[00:42:46] We have a limited amount of these things, and I think it's incumbent upon us to not let every week go by business as usual going feeling three outta five, instead of a four outta five or 505, like you wake up too many times in the same day, in the same week and are not excited about what you're doing, then we need to start changing that.[00:43:02] Right. So I think for me, that. Well, one thing that I'm part in particularly working on right now in terms of operating, scheduling, operating schedule concepts it's very much the queue thing, right? So I tweeted out earlier it's pinned up here on, on the tweet stream, but having those task boards are basically, which are basically task queues is exactly how an operating system would work.[00:43:23] And you need some sort of scheduling algorithm to prioritize them and take them off of task use into your short term task list, which is the linear sequential list of things you're gonna do throughout your day. EV every single one of us has 24 hours. We hopefully work eight, I don't know, eight to 10 hours a day.[00:43:37] And that's all we have, right? So we have to make the most of what we do there. So, the way that we translate task list to our calendar is essentially the scheduling problem. And I think that, the whole analogy of, what is an operating system, but a general. Way to run a bunch of applications and applications generate tasks.[00:43:55] And we're running those tasks on limited hardware. That is that hardware is our bodies is our time. So it's an optimization problem. We study this algorithm extensively in operating systems. It's time to apply it to. Our own time. [00:44:09] Chad Stewart: so I have a quick question. What happens when you have say for instance, I guess an emergency, yeah. A task comes out of nowhere. It needs to get done. I guess now that I'm thinking about as literally, as I was talking about it, I was reminded of one of Greg's tweets that he mentioned [00:44:27] swyx: GGE he's Hungarian [00:44:28] Chad Stewart: GGE. Thank you. Thank you so much. I've had no idea how to pronounce his name. I know GGE yeah.[00:44:33] GGE one of his, [00:44:35] swyx: try his last name. If you wanna challenge. Yeah, I'm good. [00:44:37] Chad Stewart: Nah, I'm not trying to advise myself, [00:44:39] swyx: but yeah. [00:44:40] Chad Stewart: One of, one of his tweets that he mentioned as a, as an engineering manager, which is essentially, everybody comes and says, oh, we need to get this task done right now.[00:44:49] I hold too much into it because I actually still want to ask the question, but like, how do you not, yeah. How do you how have you dealt with the, the reactionary tasks that come? What, how do you, how have you sorted that out? [00:45:02] swyx: Okay. When emergencies happen. Right. First of all I don't know.[00:45:04] I don't feel like I have that many emergencies. So maybe I'm not that experienced. If anyone else has more experience, more advice, please jump in Jay. You're always a good in our sessions. You're always a good source of advice and wisdom. So now feel free to jump in on that one. I think most things are movable.[00:45:23] And if you just tell people in a very reasonable tone Hey, we had this prior commitments, but this other thing came up and here's why I have to drop you. They'll understand. I think the fortunate thing about being in knowledge work is that usually not firm deadline that you cannot move for valid reasons.[00:45:37] I think just having clear communication and knowing what commitments you've made, being able to ping back essentially have a webhook on your commitments and say Hey, like I gotta job you. I, I got this other thing going on. I think that's the fine way to do it. Yeah. I guess [00:45:51] Chad Stewart: it is like you have to have, you also have to have that level of, I don't know, because I feel like I have the opposite effect where it's just Hey, I have something really important I need to do.[00:46:00] And then the person's yeah, I'm the most important thing. Why aren't you doing it? But [00:46:03] swyx: I'll say one. Yeah, sorry. Having slack is really good, right? You don't wanna run a 100% utilization, just like saying any any cloud service, any I don't know, cluster of any data center. It is actually a bad idea to run.[00:46:16] Try to run your your app, your applications, or your server cluster at a hundred percent utilization at base load. You want to have some slack, you wanna maybe run it 60% so that when bikes happen, you have the ability to absorb at least a little bit of emergency workload. So I, I do think that's true.[00:46:32] That's obviously not what you wanna hear as an employer, to have your people slacking around for some time. But I do think if you are a knowledge worker, if you're a creative worker in particular we should work like lions instead of cow. Right. We should sprint. We should hunt. And then we should laser around waiting for the next big hit.[00:46:50] Whereas for cows, you're just constantly grazing. And so we are not factory workers. We're not, we're not on an assembly line. Humans have, hot streaks and cold streaks and hopefully we just have, better hot streaks than we have cold. But I do think that someone on slack is important.[00:47:03] Chad Stewart: So I'm I'm not at derail the entire conversation, but when you said slack, I was literally like, oh wow. Slack the application. I'm sorry. I just had to make that joke. [00:47:13] swyx: but [00:47:13] Jay Massimilano: pretty Kathy Sierra said something. Yeah. Hey, this is Jay [00:47:17] swyx: that similar, right. Let me introduce Jay. Jay is one of the I don't know what he's doing in our community, but like he's one, like by far way more experienced than any one of us in software.[00:47:26] And he's, yeah, he's one of the biggest source of advice. So I'm super happy that you hear man. [00:47:30] Jay Massimilano: Well, yeah I learned a ton from this from the coding career meetup and I'm, I love that it's I've learned a ton, so it's, that is it's. I think it's, I've learned more than what I've said for sure.[00:47:42] So on, on the topic that you're mentioning about that you'll have to be like lions, Kathy Sierra I think it's in somewhere she's published a while ago. She said only in, in the tech industry, you are expected to. So if you're in medicine, you get to practice what you do is called a practice, right?[00:48:02] So you, and even if you do carpentry or anything, there's always throw away work. You practice, you train for a bit and. You do something new, right. But only in our industry, we expect you pick up a new tool and deploy that to production. Like without any gap or without any element for throwing things away.[00:48:19] Right. There is, there's just now we are not allowed or at least it's just been culturally, not common for us to for a company to allow us to experiment and throw things away. If you start with a new tool, it needs to be you have to take it to production. And maybe a lot of her problems are because of not allowing for throwing things away, work away.[00:48:37] Right. But and she says like in medicine, literally what they do is called practice. But not, that's not the case in ours. So there has to be a lot of learning and I think like when you say lions, it's like, You learn, you compress all your learning digested, and then when you're ready to P your, what exactly you're doing and it's, the output is professional.[00:48:58] And at least in real world, when I, the work that I've seen that we have done when we pick on pick up new technologies and so on is it's usually we implement it wrong. The first version that goes out is, and it hurts customers and not right. And it so yeah, when I when I heard the line thought that's what came to me, what Kathy Sierra said, you need to back more.[00:49:20] swyx: Yeah. Is that any is so Kathy Sarah left the tech before I joined. Okay. She was harassed off of the tech. I. Is that a book? How do you come across her work? She she had a hype, [00:49:32] Jay Massimilano: Head rush. I think her [00:49:33] swyx: blog rush head first [00:49:35] Jay Massimilano: head rush. Let [00:49:37] swyx: me look up. She used to write the head first books. That's how I know her.[00:49:40] Yeah, that, that [00:49:41] Jay Massimilano: is she wrote a blog on headrush dot hype ad.com. It was one of the first blogs I read when I bought my computer. So it's not online anymore. [00:49:50] swyx: Typepad no, I found it. I found it. Oh yeah. Head address that Typepad [00:49:53] Jay Massimilano: yeah, that's a it's it's still online. That's great. Yeah, it's, A's a well up information [00:49:58] Chad Stewart: probably should tweet it and so we can [00:50:00] swyx: post it up here as well.[00:50:01] I'm adding into my thread. So if anyone's following along there is pin tweets at the top of this space and I've just been taking notes. Just cuz what, cuz I love show notes. I love giving. Homework[00:50:14] you guys know that, right? That's awesome. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, Kathy, the other thing that, that Kathy is famous for is the fire flower, right? The there's the picture of the Mario this picture, the fire flower. And then there's a picture of fire, Mario. Yeah. And most vendors or most entrepreneurs try to sell the fire flower when actually users wanna be the fire Mario.[00:50:32] Right. [00:50:33] Jay Massimilano: And I don't know I really miss her. She was one of those who mixes, who I think her LA her most recent book was, is called badass. Yeah. And I that's her jam. Like she, she really care thinks about how to deliver something. Like how creating an impact on the person who is consumed who is using work like, and her advice is around.[00:50:54] For creators, how to make impactful work, how to do impactful work. So, and yeah, I think anyone who has, if you have not heard it I'm sure a lot of people here have never heard [00:51:06] swyx: yeah. I mean, it looks like she stopped blogging in 2007. So this is a long while ago. Yeah. [00:51:10] Jay Massimilano: She was she was docked and someone harassed her.[00:51:14] Yeah. Yeah. And she had leave the scene and yeah, I wish we couldn't have her [00:51:19] swyx: back. Yeah same here. But maybe maybe I'll request this from you, Jay. Because you are very familiar with her work. I love a thread of the best of Kathy Sierra, just write that.[00:51:29] Is he still here? He's just dropped out. [00:51:31] Chad Stewart: Twitter spaces being Twitter spaces. [00:51:32] swyx: Oh man. Oh man. I just made a big ass to him and then he dropped out. Ah, I mean the space is recorded, so it you're still hack. I [00:51:44] Jay Massimilano: had a time limit on my iPhone for one hour Twitter.[00:51:46] swyx: Anyway yes. No, so no, I was basically asking you since you're the Kathy Sarah expert. Can you do a best of Kathy Sierra so that other people can benefit? I, yeah, [00:51:55] Jay Massimilano: I will definitely write one. For sure. [00:51:57] swyx: Just do a Twitter thread. Just go here's like top five things you need to read.[00:51:59] Yes. Yeah. Cool. See content idea, right? Yeah. and it's really not that hard. Like people are interested in like superlative, like best of worst off first time, last time whenever. Yeah. There [00:52:11] Jay Massimilano: are other folks who are also close to her maybe than even know her personally Ryan singer, who used to be at base camp.[00:52:15] swyx: Wait, is he no longer at base cap? He's no longer at base after [00:52:18] Jay Massimilano: the a year ago. [00:52:20] swyx: Oh yeah. I thought he was one of those. Okay. Okay. Yeah. [00:52:25] Jay Massimilano: Oh yeah. So he's no longer at base camp. [00:52:26] swyx: Yeah. Yeah. [00:52:27] Jay Massimilano: He also speaks very highly for like in his work. He Heights are. [00:52:33] swyx: Cool. Well, you can do the same. Yeah, sure.[00:52:35] Yeah. Cool. Cool, cool. So, yeah. [00:52:37] Chad Stewart: Yeah, so I actually wanted to ask, I mean, I think this is one of the, one of the last questions was how do you manage emails? Do you have something like K screener or something like that? I guess wanted to point that out there. Oh [00:52:50] swyx: man. Can I just say I paid the $99 for hay and it was very disappointing.[00:52:57] It's supposed to be fast. It's supposed to be like a new invention of email, whatever. And it was so slow. Every key press took like a second to resolve. I don't know what people's experiences were here, but I was in Singapore at the time and it just didn't have Singapore service or something, but it was just unacceptably slow.[00:53:14] But the screening I thought was interesting. I think it's over, maybe over-optimized for screening things out. I used superhu I've just canceled it. Because I think superhuman, the thing about superhuman is fantastic. Local productivity with shortcuts and offline syncing, right? That is what you want for the fastest possible interaction with your email.[00:53:34] And you've got nice scheduling. They've got nice, learning curve as well as they'll rewards you for reaching inbox zero. Something that they suck at, which I need is filters. It's to set up filters to say all these patterns of email, they come in, I want to go tag them here, archive them, delete them, do whatever.[00:53:51] Right. And they haven't implemented that in four years of existence. So I just, I got tired of waiting and paying, $300 a year for this one missing functionality. And I'm going back to Gmail.[00:54:01] Chad Stewart: How oh, so how do you, I guess, how long have you been using Gmail? I guess how long have you been since you've returned to Gmail? Cause I wanted to pick your brain on some of the [00:54:11] swyx: stuff that you do with Gmail now. Oh, I mean, yeah. I mean, well, I never really left, but guess I'm back on Gmail now.[00:54:17] Yeah. Not too long like a few weeks. I've like I've given superhuman a try twice. One once when my employer paid for it and then two on my own. But I, it just I need filters. I need to be able to easily set up filters and everything else. Like I, the keyboard shortcuts you can get in Gmail as well.[00:54:33] Like I used, I didn't co justify like paying 300 something for, slightly faster email. [00:54:37] Chad Stewart: I hear you. I dunno. I feel left off the loop cause I'm just mostly I don't know. I just, I don't know, like more recently I've been getting a ton of like work emails, cause like I get a lot of notifications from GitHub and like it was ridiculously [00:54:53] swyx: no don't get, yeah leave GitHub notifications outside email, just, leave it inside a GitHub and then, check it whenever you're doing code stuff, but otherwise don't, I think those GitHub was the first thing, one of the first notifications streams that turned off I'll say yeah, make extensive of filters.[00:55:08] Snippets are really useful. Like Bigham, like pre baked replies to everything. Instant shows can help a little bit. And that's when you BCC some, you take someone off to BCC and then you promote up the two list. All those things like having memorizing the keyboard shortcuts, like everyone's working on some version of that.[00:55:24] I think there's a, the, there's some former Gmail engineers who spun out and are making their own take on what a better Gmail could look like. I think it's called shortcut. I haven't tried, I haven't like I've, I haven't mentally on my list to try them. Yeah. I mean, like base is fine.[00:55:39] Just use filters wisely use snippets and I think you're use, use the key

NewsWare‘s Trade Talk
NewsWare's Trade Talk: Monday, August 1

NewsWare‘s Trade Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 18:27


S&P Futures are slightly lower this morning. Markets in Europe and Asia are higher, Oil is weakening on Chinese demand concerns. Fed Funds futures are showing a 21.5% probability that the Fed will raise its key interest rate to a range between 3.5% and 3.75% or higher by the end of the year, down from 45.7% a week ago. Boeing is up over 4% this morning as the company is resuming production of its 787 Dreamliner. Later today we have earnings announcements from CNA, CHKP, J, ON, GPN, BCC, RMBS, OTTR, CAR, PINS, MOSANET and more.

15:14  - Biblical Counseling Coalition
Common Omissions in the Great Commission

15:14 - Biblical Counseling Coalition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 57:22


This episode of 15:14 is a sermon Curtis Solomon delivered at Cornerstone Community Church in Atascadero, CA. Dr. Solomon begins by sharing an update on the BCC and then preaches a message entitled “Common Omissions in the Great Commission” from Matthew 28:16-20. A video of the sermon can be viewed here. Support 15:14 – A Podcast of the Biblical Counseling Coalition today at biblicalcounselingcoalition.org/donate.

Coaches Rising
138 - Jacinta M. Jiménez & Karim Hirani: The Contemporary Edge of Effective Coaching

Coaches Rising

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 62:30


The world is changing - fast - and people and organizations are needing something different from coaching than they did ten years ago. In this conversation from the Coaches Rising Sumit 2022 with Jacinta M. Jiménez and Karim Hirani we explore the current crisis in mental health and the role of coaches in addressing it, the shifting values in the workplace and coaching in organizations, the fine line between coaching and therapy and the future of effective coaching. Jacinta M. Jiménez, PsyD, BCC (also known as “Dr. J”) is an award-winning author, psychologist, and board-certified leadership coach with a 20+ year career dedicated to the betterment of individuals, leaders, and organizations. Her work is focused around synthesizing her deep knowledge of human behavior and applying it to the development of technology, innovative coaching programs, and leaders. She has worked with individuals in top organizations in Silicon Valley and throughout the world. Karim Hirani is Global Head of Quality and Design for BTS Coach and oversees quality, training and skill development for BTS Coach associates. As Head of Design function, Karim develops programs meet the needs of organizations globally. His thought leadership in coaching has taken the form of peer reviewed papers, presenting at ICF Global, ICF US, ICF Europe, ICF Australia and APAC conferences, and he is the co-author of “The four greatest coaching conversations”. Visit coachesrising.com to see our acclaimed online coach trainings and other offerings. ***Join us for our FREE Coaching Summit THE EVOLUTION OF COACHING from July 7 - 21 2022***

Broadlands Community Church
Household of God

Broadlands Community Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 48:00


1 Timothy 3:14-15 - 1 Timothy 3:14–15 (ESV) 14 I am writing these things to you so that, 15 you may know how one ought to behave in the household of God, which is the church of the living God, a pillar and buttress of the truth. We see a tremendous concern about the behavior in God's household. The metaphor household rightly represents “family,” which naturally would recognize God as Father and believers as brothers and sisters. Using terms household and church, the two concerns are over behavior among believers, and the collective whole, the church. The household of God, the church of the living God is entrusted to uphold and proclaim the truth of God. The truth itself is at stake. It is crucial that believers know how to behave, because they make up the corporate church of the living God, which is the pillar and foundation of the truth. Plainly put, the church has been entrusted to uphold the truth and keep it safe. Church universal but Scripture is also addressing the local Household of God, like BCC.

The Brattleboro Historical Society Podcast
BHS e366-Baker, Barber And Golf

The Brattleboro Historical Society Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 6:03


It is golfing season and recently at the Brattleboro Country Club two tournaments were held, the Vermont Amateur and the BCC championship. The local championship has some history, and it is fitting that we take a look back at two premier golfers, Shawn Baker and Hugh Barber...

It‘s All Pro Wrestling Podcast
Coffee Boys, Episode #38

It‘s All Pro Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 97:50


Doug decided to emulate his hero Claudio Castagnoli and drink coffee at 10PM before and during the recording of this podcast. However, it's quite possible that he has slight IBS problems, so let's see how this works out for him. The boys also talk about the upcoming ROH Death Before Dishonor, New Era Pro Wrestling, Dark Luchasaurus, Willow Nightingale, Comrade Brewing, Best Friends v. BCC, Stranger Things hunks, Effy, Jericho v. Eddie Kingston, Doug tries to dox Bill, baseball training, the future of ROH, and Norma even makes a slight appearance! By god almighty what a fantastic voyage this will be for your ears!  Here are a couple of questions for you after listening: Have you ever soiled yourself?  Did you know that Doug loves sushi, but it doesn't agree with him so he usually has to “catch and release” his meal within an hour or so? Um, who do you want to win in the upcoming wrestling match? My answers: Have you ever heard the term Squirtle Myrtle? Well I was the one who came up with it due to my exploits. “Catch and release” is witty, but gross. Brock Lesnar :)  Links from the Podcast- Google Sheet of Assignments of the Past  It's All Pro Wrestling Playlist Assignments For Next Week- 2022- New Texas Pro Wrestling: New Texas Pro Championship Match- Bryan Keith (c.) v. Josh Alexander YouTube July 19, 2003- ROH Death Before Dishonor 2003: Dog Collar Match- CM Punk v. Raven YouTube Check Everything Else We Do: Twitter Instagram Facebook Merch- Threadless Store Merch- RedBubble Website Songs Used In The Podcast: Intro/Outro- “IAPW Theme?” by Pop-A-Weasel “Baseball Bat” by Disaster Artist, on It Was A Tough Struggle But They Got Me “Awnaw” by Nappy Roots f. Jazze Pha, on Watermelon, Chicken, & Gritz “Crooked Booty” by Dungeon Family, on Even In Darkness “Lowell, MA” by Death Cab For Cutie, on We Have The Facts And We're Voting Yes

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Video
Karl D. Lewis, MD - Immunotherapy Has Arrived in Advanced BCC: Collaborative Strategies for Making the Most of Novel Immune-Based Treatment

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Video

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 83:47


Go online to PeerView.com/SDX860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The arrival of immunotherapy in basal cell carcinoma (BCC) increases the potential for successful treatment outcomes—are you prepared to address several practical questions related to selection and sequencing of immunotherapy, safety management, and patient monitoring? In this activity, based on a recent PeerView Live Seminars & Tumor Board educational event held at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, our expert panel links the evidence supporting the use of immunotherapy in locally advanced and metastatic BCC with case-based teaching designed to mimic the collaborative aspects of real-world, multidisciplinary tumor boards, ultimately illustrating how checkpoint inhibitors can be integrated into the care of patients with BCC. Leverage the power of immunotherapy to improve clinical outcomes for your patients with advanced BCC! Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Cite the rationale, therapeutic role, and current evidence and guidelines supporting the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) in the management of advanced BCC; Integrate novel immunotherapy options into the management of appropriate patients with advanced BCC in consultation with the wider management team; and Employ proactive, team-based approaches to recognize, mitigate, and manage potential immune-related adverse events in patients receiving ICI therapy for advanced BCC.

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Karl D. Lewis, MD - Immunotherapy Has Arrived in Advanced BCC: Collaborative Strategies for Making the Most of Novel Immune-Based Treatment

PeerView Clinical Pharmacology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 83:43


Go online to PeerView.com/SDX860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The arrival of immunotherapy in basal cell carcinoma (BCC) increases the potential for successful treatment outcomes—are you prepared to address several practical questions related to selection and sequencing of immunotherapy, safety management, and patient monitoring? In this activity, based on a recent PeerView Live Seminars & Tumor Board educational event held at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, our expert panel links the evidence supporting the use of immunotherapy in locally advanced and metastatic BCC with case-based teaching designed to mimic the collaborative aspects of real-world, multidisciplinary tumor boards, ultimately illustrating how checkpoint inhibitors can be integrated into the care of patients with BCC. Leverage the power of immunotherapy to improve clinical outcomes for your patients with advanced BCC! Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Cite the rationale, therapeutic role, and current evidence and guidelines supporting the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) in the management of advanced BCC; Integrate novel immunotherapy options into the management of appropriate patients with advanced BCC in consultation with the wider management team; and Employ proactive, team-based approaches to recognize, mitigate, and manage potential immune-related adverse events in patients receiving ICI therapy for advanced BCC.

PeerView Immunology & Transplantation CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Karl D. Lewis, MD - Immunotherapy Has Arrived in Advanced BCC: Collaborative Strategies for Making the Most of Novel Immune-Based Treatment

PeerView Immunology & Transplantation CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 83:43


Go online to PeerView.com/SDX860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The arrival of immunotherapy in basal cell carcinoma (BCC) increases the potential for successful treatment outcomes—are you prepared to address several practical questions related to selection and sequencing of immunotherapy, safety management, and patient monitoring? In this activity, based on a recent PeerView Live Seminars & Tumor Board educational event held at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, our expert panel links the evidence supporting the use of immunotherapy in locally advanced and metastatic BCC with case-based teaching designed to mimic the collaborative aspects of real-world, multidisciplinary tumor boards, ultimately illustrating how checkpoint inhibitors can be integrated into the care of patients with BCC. Leverage the power of immunotherapy to improve clinical outcomes for your patients with advanced BCC! Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Cite the rationale, therapeutic role, and current evidence and guidelines supporting the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) in the management of advanced BCC; Integrate novel immunotherapy options into the management of appropriate patients with advanced BCC in consultation with the wider management team; and Employ proactive, team-based approaches to recognize, mitigate, and manage potential immune-related adverse events in patients receiving ICI therapy for advanced BCC.

PeerView Oncology & Hematology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Karl D. Lewis, MD - Immunotherapy Has Arrived in Advanced BCC: Collaborative Strategies for Making the Most of Novel Immune-Based Treatment

PeerView Oncology & Hematology CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 83:43


Go online to PeerView.com/SDX860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The arrival of immunotherapy in basal cell carcinoma (BCC) increases the potential for successful treatment outcomes—are you prepared to address several practical questions related to selection and sequencing of immunotherapy, safety management, and patient monitoring? In this activity, based on a recent PeerView Live Seminars & Tumor Board educational event held at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, our expert panel links the evidence supporting the use of immunotherapy in locally advanced and metastatic BCC with case-based teaching designed to mimic the collaborative aspects of real-world, multidisciplinary tumor boards, ultimately illustrating how checkpoint inhibitors can be integrated into the care of patients with BCC. Leverage the power of immunotherapy to improve clinical outcomes for your patients with advanced BCC! Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Cite the rationale, therapeutic role, and current evidence and guidelines supporting the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) in the management of advanced BCC; Integrate novel immunotherapy options into the management of appropriate patients with advanced BCC in consultation with the wider management team; and Employ proactive, team-based approaches to recognize, mitigate, and manage potential immune-related adverse events in patients receiving ICI therapy for advanced BCC.

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Karl D. Lewis, MD - Immunotherapy Has Arrived in Advanced BCC: Collaborative Strategies for Making the Most of Novel Immune-Based Treatment

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 83:47


Go online to PeerView.com/SDX860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The arrival of immunotherapy in basal cell carcinoma (BCC) increases the potential for successful treatment outcomes—are you prepared to address several practical questions related to selection and sequencing of immunotherapy, safety management, and patient monitoring? In this activity, based on a recent PeerView Live Seminars & Tumor Board educational event held at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, our expert panel links the evidence supporting the use of immunotherapy in locally advanced and metastatic BCC with case-based teaching designed to mimic the collaborative aspects of real-world, multidisciplinary tumor boards, ultimately illustrating how checkpoint inhibitors can be integrated into the care of patients with BCC. Leverage the power of immunotherapy to improve clinical outcomes for your patients with advanced BCC! Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Cite the rationale, therapeutic role, and current evidence and guidelines supporting the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) in the management of advanced BCC; Integrate novel immunotherapy options into the management of appropriate patients with advanced BCC in consultation with the wider management team; and Employ proactive, team-based approaches to recognize, mitigate, and manage potential immune-related adverse events in patients receiving ICI therapy for advanced BCC.

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast
Karl D. Lewis, MD - Immunotherapy Has Arrived in Advanced BCC: Collaborative Strategies for Making the Most of Novel Immune-Based Treatment

PeerView Internal Medicine CME/CNE/CPE Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 83:43


Go online to PeerView.com/SDX860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The arrival of immunotherapy in basal cell carcinoma (BCC) increases the potential for successful treatment outcomes—are you prepared to address several practical questions related to selection and sequencing of immunotherapy, safety management, and patient monitoring? In this activity, based on a recent PeerView Live Seminars & Tumor Board educational event held at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, our expert panel links the evidence supporting the use of immunotherapy in locally advanced and metastatic BCC with case-based teaching designed to mimic the collaborative aspects of real-world, multidisciplinary tumor boards, ultimately illustrating how checkpoint inhibitors can be integrated into the care of patients with BCC. Leverage the power of immunotherapy to improve clinical outcomes for your patients with advanced BCC! Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Cite the rationale, therapeutic role, and current evidence and guidelines supporting the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) in the management of advanced BCC; Integrate novel immunotherapy options into the management of appropriate patients with advanced BCC in consultation with the wider management team; and Employ proactive, team-based approaches to recognize, mitigate, and manage potential immune-related adverse events in patients receiving ICI therapy for advanced BCC.

PeerView Oncology & Hematology CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast
Karl D. Lewis, MD - Immunotherapy Has Arrived in Advanced BCC: Collaborative Strategies for Making the Most of Novel Immune-Based Treatment

PeerView Oncology & Hematology CME/CNE/CPE Video Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 83:47


Go online to PeerView.com/SDX860 to view the activity, download slides and practice aids, and complete the post-test to earn credit. The arrival of immunotherapy in basal cell carcinoma (BCC) increases the potential for successful treatment outcomes—are you prepared to address several practical questions related to selection and sequencing of immunotherapy, safety management, and patient monitoring? In this activity, based on a recent PeerView Live Seminars & Tumor Board educational event held at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, our expert panel links the evidence supporting the use of immunotherapy in locally advanced and metastatic BCC with case-based teaching designed to mimic the collaborative aspects of real-world, multidisciplinary tumor boards, ultimately illustrating how checkpoint inhibitors can be integrated into the care of patients with BCC. Leverage the power of immunotherapy to improve clinical outcomes for your patients with advanced BCC! Upon completion of this activity, participants should be better able to: Cite the rationale, therapeutic role, and current evidence and guidelines supporting the use of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) in the management of advanced BCC; Integrate novel immunotherapy options into the management of appropriate patients with advanced BCC in consultation with the wider management team; and Employ proactive, team-based approaches to recognize, mitigate, and manage potential immune-related adverse events in patients receiving ICI therapy for advanced BCC.

3 Things
The Uber Files: How the cab company took the system for a ride

3 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 23:55


More than 1.2 lakh internal documents from inside Uber have revealed that the company, between 2013 -2017, bypassed regulators, exploited loopholes, secretly lobbied with officials, and put pressure on governments to rewrite laws. As part of its 8th collaboration with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), the Indian Express spent 4 months investigating these documents, now being called The Uber Files. The documents were first obtained by The Guardian and then shared with ICIJ, and newsrooms in 30 countries including the BCC and the Washington Post.In this episode, investigative journalist Ritu Sarin joins host Shashank Bhargava to talk about what the Uber Files have revealed.

Beaverton Christian Church
After God's Own Heart: God Loves Justice

Beaverton Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 43:46


I've accepted Jesus • https://beaverton.cc/follow-christ • Let us know you made this decision, and we'll help you discover what's next! Get Baptized • https://beaverton.cc/baptisms • If you have accepted Jesus but have never had the opportunity to celebrate your new life in Him through water baptism, this is your next step! I'm New • https://beaverton.cc/sunday/join-us-in-person/im-new • Find opportunities to engage and grow! Find Community • https://beaverton.cc/community • Growth happens best in community Let us pray with you • https://beaverton.cc/prayer • Fill out a quick form to let us know how we can be praying for you. What's Happening at BCC • https://beaverton.cc/whats-happening • This page is kept up to date, so you always know what's happening at BCC! Sermon Notes - July 10, 2022After God's Own Heart - God Loves Justice - Jon Furman Joshua 9:18b-20 (NLT)“The people of Israel grumbled against their leaders because of the treaty. But the Leaders replied, “Since we have sworn an oath in the presence of the Lord, the god of Israel, we cannot touch them. This is what we must do. We must let them live, for divine anger would come upon us if we broke our oath.” 2 Samuel 21:1-2 (NLT)There was a famine during David's reign that lasted for three years, so David asked the Lord about it. And the Lord said, “The famine has come because Saul and his family are guilty of murdering the Gibeonites.” So the king summoned the Gibeonites. They were not part of Israel but were all that was left of the nation of the Amorites. The people of Israel had sworn not to kill them, but Saul, in his zeal for Israel and Judah, had tried to wipe them out. 2 Samuel 21:2-3 (NLT)David asked them, “What can I do for you? How can I make amends so that you will bless the Lord's people again?” 2 Samuel 21:4 (NLT)“Well, money can't settle this matter between us and the family of Saul,” the Gibeonites replied. “Neither can we demand the life of anyone in Israel.” “What can I do then?” David asked. “Just tell me and I will do it for you.” 2 Samuel 21:5-6 (NLT)Then they replied, “It was Saul who planned to destroy us, to keep us from having any place at all in the territory of Israel. So let seven of Saul's sons be handed over to us, and we will execute them before the Lord at Gibeon, on the mountain of the Lord.” “And the Lord said, ‘The famine has come because Saul and his family are guilty of murdering the Gibeonites.' 2 Samuel 21:10 (NLT)Then Rizpah daughter of Aiah, the mother of two of the men, spread burlap on a rock and stayed there the entire harvest season. She prevented the scavenger birds from tearing at their bodies during the day and stopped wild animals from eating them at night. 2 Samuel 21:14 (NLT)Then the king ordered that they bury the bones in the tomb of Kish, Saul's father, at the town of Zela in the land of Benjamin. After that, God ended the famine in the land. Devote yourself to living in the truth. Turn to God to discover the truth. Trust that the truth will set you free.

Arete Coach: The Art & Science of Executive Coaching
AC 1081 Katie O'Malley, BCC "Courage To Be"

Arete Coach: The Art & Science of Executive Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 57:25


This is episode 1081 of the Arete Coach Podcast with host Severin Sorensen and guest coach Katie O'Malley, BCC, who is a leadership and development expert, executive coach, and Senior Associate Director of Leadership Development, at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and Board Certified Coach. Katie is the founder of (En)Courage Coaching and Consulting where she helps business leaders and executives live their most authentic and courageous lives in the Chicago area. She works alongside her clients to design authentic career paths, effective leadership practices, and courageous workplace cultures. In this episode, we explore Katie's passion for service and journey into coaching. She talks about courage, showing up courageous, and En-couraging her clients to be their best selves. She talks about her work with Womens coaching and career development at the Chicago Booth School of Business. She ventures into a discussion about several diagnostic tools such as Strengths Finders and Hogan Assessments, and the value she sees in these instruments for her work in coaching. Discover more on these topics at AreteCoach.io. The Arete Coach Podcast seeks to explore the art and science of executive coaching. You can find out more about this podcast at aretecoach.io. This episode was produced on March 8, 2022. Copyright © 2022 by Arete Coach™ LLC. All rights reserved.

Beaverton Christian Church
After God's Own Heart: God Loves Trust

Beaverton Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 42:40


I've accepted Jesus • https://beaverton.cc/follow-christ • Let us know you made this decision, and we'll help you discover what's next! Get Baptized • https://beaverton.cc/baptisms • If you have accepted Jesus but have never had the opportunity to celebrate your new life in Him through water baptism, this is your next step! I'm New • https://beaverton.cc/sunday/join-us-in-person/im-new • Find opportunities to engage and grow! Find Community • https://beaverton.cc/community • Growth happens best in community Let us pray with you • https://beaverton.cc/prayer • Fill out a quick form to let us know how we can be praying for you. Find Care • https://beaverton.cc/care • BCC strives to address unique life circumstances in multiple ways, through care and support. What's Happening at BCC • https://beaverton.cc/whats-happening • This page is kept up to date, so you always know what's happening at BCC! Sermon Notes - July 3, 2022After God's Own Heart - God Loves Trust - Jon Furman Hebrews 11:6 (NLT)And it is impossible to please God without faith. Anyone who wants to come to him must believe that God exists and that he rewards those who sincerely seek him. 1 Samuel 17:1-3 (NLT)The Philistines mustered their army for battle and camped between Socoh in Judah and Azekah at Ephes-dammim. Saul countered by gathering his Israelite troops near the valley of Elah. So the Philistines and Israelites faced each other on opposite hills, with the valley between them. 1 Samuel 17:4-11 (NLT)Then Goliath, a Philistine champion from Gath, came out of the Philistine ranks to face the forces of Israel. He was over nine feet tall! He wore a bronze helmet, and his bronze coat of mail weighed 125 pounds. He also wore bronze leg armor, and he carried a bronze javelin on his shoulder. The shaft of his spear was as heavy and thick as a weaver's beam, tipped with an iron spearhead that weighed 15 pounds. His armor bearer walked ahead of him carrying a shield. Goliath stood and shouted a taunt across to the Israelites. “Why are you all coming out to fight?” he called. “I am the Philistine champion, but you are only the servants of Saul. Choose one man to come down here and fight me! If he kills me, then we will be your slaves. But if I kill him, you will be our slaves! I defy the armies of Israel today! Send me a man who will fight me!” When Saul and the Israelites heard this, they were terrified and deeply shaken. “King Og of Bashan was the last survivor of the giant Rephaites. His bed was made of iron and was more than thirteen feet long and six feet wide…” - Deuteronomy 3:11 “In another battle with the Philistines at Gath, they encountered a huge man with six fingers on each hand and six toes on each foot…” - 2 Samuel 21:20 “…he's been a man of war since his youth.” - 1 Samuel 17:33 1 Samuel 13:19-20 & 22 (NLT)There were no blacksmiths in the land of Israel in those days. The Philistines wouldn't allow them for fear they would make swords and spears for the Hebrews. So whenever the Israelites needed to sharpen their plowshares, picks, axes, or sickles, they had to take them to a Philistine blacksmith... So on the day of the battle none of the people of Israel had a sword or spear, except for Saul and Jonathan. 1 Samuel 17:22-24 (NLT)David left his things with the keeper of supplies and hurried out to the ranks to greet his brothers. As he was talking with them, Goliath, the Philistine champion from Gath, came out from the Philistine ranks. Then David heard him shout his usual taunt to the army of Israel. As soon as the Israelite army saw him, they began to run away in fright. 1 Samuel 17:26b (NLT)“…Who is this pagan Philistine anyway, that he is allowed to defy the armies of the living God?” David chooses to trust God more than he trusts his Fears & Foes. 1 Samuel 17:28 (NLT)But when David's oldest brother, Eliab, heard David talking to the men, he was angry. “What are you doing around here anyway?” he demanded. “What about those few sheep you're supposed to be taking care of? I know about your pride and deceit. You just want to see the battle!” David chooses to trust God more than he trusts in his Family & Friends. 1 Samuel 17:31-33 (NLT)Then David's question was reported to King Saul, and the king sent for him. “Don't worry about this Philistine,” David told Saul. “I'll go fight him!” “Don't be ridiculous!” Saul replied. “There's no way you can fight this Philistine and possibly win! You're only a boy, and he's been a man of war since his youth.” 1 Samuel 17:37 (NLT)The Lord who rescued me from the claws of the lion and the bear will rescue me from this Philistine!” 1 Samuel 17:38-40 (NLT)Then Saul gave David his own armor—a bronze helmet and a coat of mail. David put it on, strapped the sword over it, and took a step or two to see what it was like, for he had never worn such things before. “I can't go in these,” he protested to Saul. “I'm not used to them.” So David took them off again. He picked up five smooth stones from a stream and put them into his shepherd's bag. Then, armed only with his shepherd's staff and sling, he started across the valley to fight the Philistine. 1 Samuel 17:41-44 (NLT)Goliath walked out toward David with his shield bearer ahead of him, sneering in contempt at this ruddy-faced boy. “Am I a dog,” he roared at David, “that you come at me with a stick?” And he cursed David by the names of his gods. “Come over here, and I'll give your flesh to the birds and wild animals!” Goliath yelled. 1 Samuel 17:45-47 (NLT)David replied to the Philistine, “You come to me with sword, spear, and javelin, but I come to you in the name of the Lord of Heaven's Armies—the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have defied. Today the Lord will conquer you, and I will kill you and cut off your head. And then I will give the dead bodies of your men to the birds and wild animals, and the whole world will know that there is a God in Israel! And everyone assembled here will know that the Lord rescues his people, but not with sword and spear. This is the Lord's battle, and he will give you to us!” 1 Samuel 17:50-51 (NLT)So David triumphed over the Philistine with only a sling and a stone, for he had no sword. Then David ran over and pulled Goliath's sword from its sheath. David used it to kill him and cut off his head. David chose faith in God over Equipment, Advancement, or Achievements. Engage your focus on God. Employ yourself as a Godly resource. Encourage others through trust in God.

Keepin It 100 with Konnan
Ep 313! HOT NEWS on Sasha & Forbidden Door, plus mailbag!

Keepin It 100 with Konnan

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 104:22 Very Popular


On the 313th episode of K100 w/Konnan & Disco, Bill Bhatti's HOT NEWS contains more about Sasha Banks & WWE, plus, Forbidden Door 2? The listener mailbag answers questions about Konnan leaving WCW for ECW, talents leaving AEW, Alex Wright, Raven, Mike Rotunda, Bray Wyatt, Cesaro/Claudio, The BCC, who should WWE sign, casting couches, and Hogan Knows Best! All this plus pro wrestling focus groups, the importance of video packages, Konnan sees the "Elvis" movie, and so much more!Get Interactive on Twitter @Konnan5150 @TheRealDisco @MaskedRepublic @JFFeeney3rd @TheCCNetwork1 @K100Konnan @K100Informer @TheHughezy Check out our Patreon site at Konnan.me and Patreon.com/Konnan for extra audio, FULL AD FREE episodes, exclusive video, listener roundtable discussion shows, weekly watch-a-longs, call in shows with Konnan and DI, plus so much more! Go to Manscaped.com and use our new code K100 for 20% off all your below the belt male grooming needs, including a trimmer, razor, cologne, wash and deodorant and more! PLUS, the NEW Lawnmower 4.0!Check out LegacySupps.com and use the code K100 for 10% off of their fat burner, pre workout, testosterone supplement, and sleep aid! Brought to you by friend of the show, Nick Aldis! Plus they now carry Women's supplements, brought to you by Mickie James!

中廣新聞網
友話直說|打擊假消息,綠能你不能!?|陳思宇(代班)20220701

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 54:54


主播:陳思宇(代班) 完整影片:https://youtu.be/mNfjc27bNnc 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

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歷史易起SHOW|網路言論自由將死!政府出手YT、臉書、Dcard一網打盡!|立法委員李貴敏20220701

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 48:53


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/ytwlWln0494 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

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歷史易起SHOW|世界兩大陣營加速形成?美歐日G7 VS 中俄金磚|東吳大學政治系教授劉必榮20220630

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 47:37


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/RsgwnsNEo1I 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

Everything Pro Wrestling
AEW Dynamite 6/29/22 Full Show Review | Blood And Guts

Everything Pro Wrestling

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 68:22


#AEW #AEWDynamite #BloodAndGuts No rest for the wicked, as they say. After a memorable night filled with amazing matches and heart-stopping bouts back at AEW x NJPW: Forbidden Door, All Elite Wrestling keeps its foot on the gas pedal with a special Blood and Guts edition of AEW Dynamite. Last year's iteration of Blood and Guts saw The Inner Circle and The Pinnacle battle it out inside the unforgiving steel structure. The night was capped off with one of the most horrendous sights fans have ever seen; MJF pushing Chris Jericho off the top of the cage. If last year's event is anything to go by, expect nothing less but unadulterated violence and carnage. On this week's AEW Dynamite, the Jericho Appreciation Society and Blackpool Combat Club meet inside the cage to settle this bloody war once and for all. The bout will serve as the main event of Dynamite, with a lot more surely coming to delight the #AllElite loyalists. Without further ado, it's Wednesday night, and you know what that means! Time AEW Dynamite: Blood and Guts. Let's run it down. The war between these factions just keeps on escalating further with each passing moment. This all started when Chris Jericho betrayed Santana and Ortiz, after seemingly aligning with their longtime friend Eddie Kingston. The “Mad King” also wasn't spared, as he got a fireball thrown in his face for good measure. Unfortunately for Jericho and his band of misfits, Proud and Powerful and Kingston has friends in very dark places. Enter: the Blackpool Combat Club. Compromised of now AEW Interim World Champion Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson, Wheeler Yuta, and their mentor, the legend William Regal. These men did not stand idly by and rushed to the aid of their cohorts, standing by Kingston, Santana, and Ortiz's side in a “Anarchy in the Arena” match back at Double or Nothing. While the BCC and company did not succeed, they made a statement. Making it explicitly clear the war is far from over. However, due to the extremely physical nature of past bouts, “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson had to bow out of the Blood and Guts match and Forbidden Door. Fortunately, Danielson did find a more than suitable replacement. Shocking everyone in the United Center in Chicago, Claudio Castagnoli made his AEW debut, defeating technical wizard Zack Sabre Jr. in a “match of the night” candidate. He further cemented his status as the new member and possible “X-Factor” of the BCC when he rushed to the aid of Mox and company, during a beating from the JAS. With Jericho, Sammy Guevara, and Minoru Suzuki being triumphant last Sunday night, the JAS has the one-man advantage. Will this be the determining factor in a Jericho Appreciation Society win or will the Blackpool Combat Club overcome and end this battle on their terms? Don't you dare miss the culmination of this war live on TBS! Source: https://lastwordonsports.com/prowrestling/2022/06/28/aew-dynamite-blood-and-guts-22/ * WE HAVE SOME GREAT MERCH ON TEE PUBLIC

中廣新聞網
友話直說|千呼萬喚始出來!柯志恩來高雄囉!|邱于軒(代班)20220630

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 48:45


主播:邱于軒(代班) 完整影片:https://youtu.be/mNfjc27bNnc 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

What's Up with Wendy
Johnny Bench, Hall of Fame Baseball Player

What's Up with Wendy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 14:27


My guest is legendary baseball player, Hall of Famer, Johnny Bench. Considered the best catcher to ever play the game, and the heart of the Big Red Machine, Johnny spent all 17 of his seasons with the Cincinnati Reds. He won the Gold Glove Award TEN TIMES, and he won two World Series. But, because of all that time in the sun, Johnny was diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma (BCC), the most common type of non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC). Today, he's cancer free and a vocal champion for efforts to Get Real About Skin Cancer. We chatted about what it's like to be the best catcher of all time, what it was like playing for the Reds for his entire career, who his favorite catcher is now, who he still keeps in touch with, and so much more. Johnny also shares life-saving tips about his journey with cancer, and what you can do to catch non-melanoma skin cancer before it advances. He joins me along with leading board-certified dermatologist and skin cancer expert, Dr. Ariel Ostad.

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歷史易起SHOW|美國對烏克蘭失去信心?!|訪前雄三飛彈總工程師 張誠博士20220629

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 48:36


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/gLSCrvx67ps 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

中廣新聞網
友話直說|顧立雄接國防部長?原來是自導自演 ,拔草測風向!|楊植斗 20220629

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 48:06


主播:楊植斗(代班) 完整影片:https://youtu.be/sYKFEBiyacs 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

中廣新聞網
歷史易起SHOW|禁賣、漲價!甩鍋、卸責,好民調!|訪立法委員蔡壁如20220628

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 49:08


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/tVUSumkaE8c 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

中廣新聞網
【友話直說】漲電價啦!你們能接受嗎?阿中選市長!市民會支持嗎?|田方倫20220628

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 48:03


主播:田方倫(代班) 完整影片:https://youtu.be/56oFW8QYmQk 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

Busted Open
Forbidden Door Review!

Busted Open

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 33:30 Very Popular


On this episode of “Busted Open”, hosts Dave LaGreca and Bully Ray break down all the biggest matches and moments from AEW including the debut of former WWE Superstar, Claudio Castagnoli AKA Cesaro, which got a mega reaction from the crowd. Plus we'll cover the AEW Interim World Title picture as Jon Moxley defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi and the aftermath that ensued which was pure chaos.

中廣新聞網
歷史易起SHOW|英派力推陳時中選北市!民進黨算盤打什麼?人間鬼故事:司馬懿高平陵之變20220627

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 48:25


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/6sUXyAJW6ac 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

中廣新聞網
友話直說|猴痘與陳時中的市長夢|詹為元(代班)20220627

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 48:13


主播:詹為元(代班) 完整影片:https://youtu.be/v2cPjTPDCCM 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

Beaverton Christian Church
After God's Own Heart: God Loves Surrender

Beaverton Christian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 36:42


I've accepted Jesus • https://beaverton.cc/follow-christ • Let us know you made this decision, and we'll help you discover what's next! Get Baptized • https://beaverton.cc/baptisms • If you have accepted Jesus but have never had the opportunity to celebrate your new life in Him through water baptism, this is your next step! I'm New • https://beaverton.cc/sunday/join-us-in-person/im-new • Find opportunities to engage and grow! Find Community • https://beaverton.cc/community • Growth happens best in community Let us pray with you • https://beaverton.cc/prayer • Fill out a quick form to let us know how we can be praying for you. Find Care • https://beaverton.cc/care • BCC strives to address unique life circumstances in multiple ways, through care and support. What's Happening at BCC • https://beaverton.cc/whats-happening • This page is kept up to date, so you always know what's happening at BCC! Sermon Notes - June 26, 2022After God's Own Heart - God Loves Surrender - Marty Miranda 1 Samuel 16:1“You have mourned long enough for Saul. I have rejected him as king of Israel, so fill your flask with olive oil and go to Bethlehem. Find a man named Jesse who lives there, for I have selected one of his sons to be my king.” 1 Samuel 18:7“Saul has killed his thousands, and David his ten thousands!” - 1 Samuel 18:8-9This made Saul very angry. “What's this?” he said. “They credit David with ten thousands and me with only thousands. Next they'll be making him their king!” So from that time on Saul kept a jealous eye on David. 1 Samuel 18:10-11The very next day a tormenting spirit from God overwhelmed Saul, and he began to rave in his house like a madman. David was playing the harp, as he did each day. But Saul had a spear in his hand, and he suddenly hurled it at David, intending to pin him to the wall. But David escaped him twice.” 1 Samuel 26:7So David and Abishai went to the army by night, and there was Saul, lying asleep inside the camp with his spear stuck in the ground near his head. Abner and the soldiers were lying around him. 1 Samuel 26:8Abishai said to David, “Today God has delivered your enemy into your hands. Now let me pin him to the ground with one thrust of the spear; I won't strike him twice.” 1 Samuel 26:9-11But David said to Abishai, “Don't destroy him! Who can lay a hand on the Lord's anointed and be guiltless? As surely as the Lord lives,” he said, “the Lord himself will strike him, or his time will come and he will die, or he will go into battle and perish. But the Lord forbid that I should lay a hand on the Lord's anointed. Now get the spear and water jug that are near his head, and let's go.” 1 Samuel 26:12So David took the spear and water jug near Saul's head, and they left. No one saw or knew about it, nor did anyone wake up. They were all sleeping, because the Lord had put them into a deep sleep Matthew 12:35 “A good person produces good things from the treasury of a good heart, and an evil person produces evil things from the treasury of an evil heart.” God loves when we surrender to his timing: Trusting God knows what he is doing Psalm 37:23The Lord directs the steps of the godly. He delights in every detail of their lives. Proverbs 16:9We can make our plans, but the Lord determines our steps. Proverbs 3:5-6“Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take." God loves when we surrender to his plans: Trusting God accomplishes more through our surrender than we do through our control. God loves when we surrender our need for revenge: Trusting God vindicates people when they turn to him for justice. Samuel 26:22-24“Here is the king's spear,” David answered. “Let one of your young men come over and get it. The Lord rewards everyone for their righteousnes and faithfulness. The Lord delivered you into my hands today, but I would not lay a hand on the Lord's anointed. As surely as I valued your life today, so may the Lord value my life and deliver me from all trouble.” Romans 12:17-21Do not repay anyone evil for evil. Be careful to do what is right in the eyes of everyone. If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone. Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God's wrath, for it is written: “It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord. On the contrary: “If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him something to drink. In doing this, you will heap burning coals on his head.” Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. Matthew 26:42He went away a second time and prayed, “My Father, if it is not possible for this cup to be taken away unless I drink it, may your will be done…. Matthew 26:49So Judas came straight to Jesus. “Greetings, Rabbi!” he exclaimed and gave him the kiss. Matthew 26:50-51Jesus said, “My friend, go ahead and do what you have come for.” Then the others grabbed Jesus and arrested him. But one of the men with Jesus pulled out his sword and struck the high priest's slave, slashing off his ear. Matthew 26:52-54“Put away your sword,” Jesus told him. “Those who use the sword will die by the sword. Don't you realize that I could ask my Father for thousands of angels to protect us, and he would send them instantly? But if I did, how would the Scriptures be fulfilled that describe what must happen now?” Surrender to God's timing. Surrender to God's plans. Surrender your need for revenge.

中廣新聞網
歷史易起SHOW|金廈大橋!電費大漲!反潛航空大隊空難!|訪立法委員李貴敏20220624

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 49:04


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/DAdpvHdh7bU 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

中廣新聞網
友話直說|林鼎超:侯友宜有錯 罪不致死有解方|訪新北市議員提名人 林鼎超+早餐店闆娘 馨尹 20220624

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 48:09


主播:羅友志 來賓:新北市議員提名人 林鼎超+早餐店闆娘 馨尹 完整影片:https://youtu.be/RmUB2z0foUg 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

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友話直說|「金廈大橋」紅利 外溢民眾黨2022選情多少?|訪民眾黨立委 蔡壁如20220623

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 47:20


主播:羅友志 完整影片:https://youtu.be/2nALkKQnKn8 完整影片: 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

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中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 48:10


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/B-WhaLgauvU 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

中廣新聞網
友話直說|羅友志:一個人的選戰,侯、柯的2022困境 20220622

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 48:11


主播:羅友志 完整影片:https://youtu.be/-lgwHl4sgBQ 完整影片: 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

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中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 48:08


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/-DCIA5U2tik 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

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歷史易起SHOW|高雄人,聊高雄!怎麼了?|訪高雄市議員參選人許采蓁20220621

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 48:49


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/1Y7yhPOJIL8 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

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中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 48:05


主播:羅友志 現場來賓:https://youtu.be/z1yPfb3yCtE 完整影片: 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

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友話直說│台中監獄確診隱憂?徐大鈞告別後的漢翔|訪台中市議員提名人 張仲翹20220620

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 51:24


主播:羅友志 現場來賓:台中市議員提名人 張仲翹 完整影片:https://youtu.be/4anBSBJw3aM 中廣新聞網 週一~週五 18:00~18:57 新聞不夠嗆,政府不像樣 羅友志 給您最直白嗆辣的新聞! ★中廣新聞網廣播頻率: AM648 台北、桃園 AM882 新竹 AM1413 苗栗、埔里 AM720 台中、彰化、南投 AM1350 嘉義、雲林 AM1296 台南 AM864 高雄、屏東 AM630 宜蘭 AM819 台東 AM855 花蓮 AM1116 玉里 #中廣新聞 #羅友志 #友話直說

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歷史易起SHOW|選舉開始了!市長要烙跑了!黑心快篩就沒事了?人間鬼故事:年輕的曹操|20220620

中廣新聞網

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 48:02


主持人:歷史哥李易修 完整影片:https://youtu.be/1R-J1__h2KQ 《中廣新聞臉書粉絲頁》www.facebook.com/BCC.NEWS.radio

Bigfoot Collectors Club
The BCC Jet Ski Special!

Bigfoot Collectors Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 107:21


Michael, Bryce and Riley fulfill a long foretold prophecy and head to Shaver Lake, CA to ride some jet skis, sing some songs, and learn about Mermaids! Will Lord Neonus be pleased? Or is this the end of the BCC?! Special thanks to Marcy Jarreau, Betsy Sodaro, W. Dave Keith, Burl Moseley, Adela Lavine, Lija Fisher, and Mystic Dylan. Belly Button Up Written and Performed by Riley Bray & Michael McMillian Aquakinetic Written and Performed by Riley Bray, Bryce Johnson and Michael McMillian Links: The UFO of JetSkis: https://robbreport.com/motors/marine/supermarine-mmo1-hyper-jet-1234664861/ Ghost Jetski: https://www.pressreader.com/south-africa/daily-dispatch/20200930/281492163763692

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S37E1 - Peak Performance Decision Making and the Impact of Decision Making on Work and Life, with Madelaine Claire Weiss

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 38:31


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Madelaine Claire Weiss about peak performance decision making and the impact of decision making on work and life. See the video here: https://youtu.be/guajOA9-xJk. Madelaine Claire Weiss, LICSW, MBA, BCC (https://www.linkedin.com/in/madelaineweiss/) is a Harvard trained Licensed Psychotherapist, Mindset Expert, and Board-Certified Executive, Career, Life Coach with an MBA, currently in private practice in Washington, D.C. She is a co-author in the Handbook of Stressful Transitions Across the Lifespan, and bestselling author of “Getting to G.R.E.A.T. 5-Step Strategy for Work and Life.” Madelaine is a former group mental health practice administrative director, a corporate chief organizational development officer, and associate director of the Anatomical Gift Program at Harvard Medical School. Please leave a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out the Ready for Takeoff podcast at Wix.com/readyfortakeoff. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Go to Swag.com/HCI and use promo code HCI10. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Ranked #5 Workplace Podcast Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast Ranked #7 HR Podcast Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts  Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast
179: Pros and Cons of a Physician Career in Rural Practice with Mary Wolf

DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 24:24


“Feeling like they can't do enough for their patients, or that they're falling short with their patients, (that) they're disappointing their patients. And as you know, physicians can be very perfectionistic, want to fix things, and I often work with them on what are realistic expectations when you are in a rural setting.” -Mary Wolf, MS, LPC-MH, BCC Master Certified Coach Mary Wolf, president of Veritee Partners LLC, talks with cohost of the podcast Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer about the benefits and drawbacks of practicing medicine in rural settings. Oftentimes with fewer resources in smaller communities, there can be significant physician burnout in rural areas especially since the onset of COVID-19. How might physicians struggle to set boundaries in these communities where they often know their patients personally outside of the work office setting? Mary Wolf is able to offer valuable advice for physicians on how to set these boundaries between work and home so that they can practice medicine in a sustainable way.  Mary Wolf, MS, LPC-MH, BCC    Mary Wolf is the president of Veritee Partners LLC, a coaching and consulting business designed to promote wellbeing and success for physicians, executives, dentists, and the companies they serve.  Veritee Partners offers assessments and consultation for healthcare systems to build wellbeing programs and cultures.      Mary was the Program Director for the Avera Medical Group LIGHT Program, an award-winning wellbeing program for physicians and advanced practice providers. She led multi-strategy wellbeing services and provides executive coaching for physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, residents, and executives.    Before creating LIGHT, Mary was the director of multiple behavioral health programs at Avera including employee assistance program-EAP, addiction recovery, outpatient mental health, and day hospital.    Mary earned a Master's Degree in Counseling and Human Resource Development and is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Mental Health. Mary is a Board Certified Coach and holds certifications in executive, life, and spirituality coaching.       Mary's extensive work with the Coalition for Physician Wellbeing includes being published as a chapter author for their two books:     Transforming the Heart of Practice:  An organizational and personal approach to physician wellbeing    Physician Well-being During Sustained Crisis:  Defusing Burnout, Building Resilience, Restoring Hope     Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog  The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add even more CME credits to the THRIVE memberships.    Let your CME budget help you prioritize your own wellness so you can get on with living your best life on your own terms, as defined by you, with DocWorking THRIVE.   You can take the first step today by taking our 2 Minute Balance to Burnout Quiz! Where are you on the Balance to Burnout Continuum? Take the quiz and find out today!   DocWorking empowers physicians and entire health care teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of work, with programs designed to help you maximize life with minimal time.   Are you a physician who would like to tell your story? Please email Amanda Taran, our producer, at podcast@docworking.com to be considered.   And if you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5 star review, we would be extremely grateful!   We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google, Pandora, Stitcher, PlayerFM, ListenNotes, Amazon, YouTube, Podbean   You can also find us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.    Some links in our blogs and show notes are affiliate links, and purchases made via those links may result in payments to DocWorking. These help toward our production costs. Thank you for supporting DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast!   Occasionally, we discuss financial and legal topics. We are not financial or legal professionals. Please consult a licensed professional for financial or legal advice regarding your specific situation.   Podcast produced by: Mara Heppard