ITR Economics, "first in forecasts worldwide," boasts a 94.7% forecast accuracy. Their Chief Economist and CEO Brian Beaulieu joins us for a fast-paced and engaging discussion on the economic outlook for the U.S. and global economy in 2023 and beyond.But this isn't just your average discussion on economic trends. Our conversation is geared toward helping manufacturers and educators prepare for what's coming in the next 1-3 years, hone their competitive edge, take advantage of funding while it's available, and hedge against challenges that will arise.3 Big Takeaways from this episode:Inflation, supply chain issues, reshoring, and labor market - explained: When will inflation ease? Will there be a recession in 2023? Where did all the workers go? When will the supply chain get sorted out? These are big questions we've all been pondering for the last year, and now Brian shares the answers. His insights (backed by a long history of accurate economic predictions) will foster hope and provide direction to business leaders and educators alike.Manufacturers should focus on solving the people problem: The labor shortage is not news, and as more companies move back to the U.S., manufacturers will continue to have issues finding skilled workers. Brian discusses several solutions, like turning to automation, adapting your work culture to reach hard-working Millennials and Gen Z workers, and developing a long-term privately-run labor program for individuals immigrating to the U.S.Education must take advantage of 3 years of good funding: Brian shares confidence in the funding available to education over the next three years. We've already seen an increase in federal support of technical education (and education in general) since the onset of the pandemic in 2020. But how long will this last, and when should educators expect to prepare for budget cuts? Listen to find out.ResourcesTo learn more about ITR Economics, visit their website.Connect with ITR Economics on social media:Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTubeView episode page: https://techedpodcast.com/2023economy/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Sheil and Ben share their reactions to the NFL's divisional-round action, starting their conversation by explaining why Dak Prescott wasn't the only reason for the Cowboys' loss to the 49ers on Saturday. Sheil then details how Joe Burrow is always right, and Ben breaks down how San Francisco will benefit from surviving Brock Purdy's worst game as a starter (17:12). Next, they swat down all of the negative Bills hysteria, and speculate on Aaron Rodgers's next move (37:23). They end the pod by giving some love to Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo (1:01:28). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
For decades, the nonprofit organization SME has been dedicated to the advancement of manufacturing in two critical areas: technology and people. In this episode, we sat down with Jeannine Kunz, longtime SME team member and newly-appointed Chief Workforce Development Officer to discuss the second area: people.In this era of smart manufacturing, there's a huge people problem - manufacturing as an industry doesn't have the skilled workforce it needs to make the digital transformation to Industry 4.0. Jeannine's work seeks to understand the complexity of challenges around the workforce issue, and then bring together stakeholders to solve those challenges.This episode is jam-packed with data, workforce news, tools & resources, and step-by-step strategies manufacturers can take action on right away.3 Big Takeaways from this episode:"Talent" is the #1 challenge keeping manufacturers from adopting smart manufacturing: SME and CESMII's 2022 Smart Manufacturing Survey sought to find out what challenges small-to-midsize manufacturers face in adopting smart manufacturing. Not surprisingly, the number one answer was a lack of talent (skilled or unskilled). We dive deep into the labor shortage crisis, how education is stepping up to build a pipeline into manufacturing, and most importantly, the opportunities for employers to deliver training for their own employees to solve this challenge.Large manufacturers are taking a leadership role in sharing smart manufacturing insights to the entire ecosystem: The large manufacturers have been on the frontlines of the Industry 4.0 revolution. They've been taking the brunt of learning and retooling and now recognize the importance of sharing their knowledge along their supply chain and with the ecosystem in general. The Smart Manufacturing Executive Council is a prime example of leaders stepping up to disperse knowledge to all.Manufacturing has fallen behind nearly every other sector in their employee training practices: Manufacturers have a long way to go in embracing new technology and tools for training. The industry may even need a cultural shift to get incumbent worker training to the level it needs to be. We discuss mindset changes toward training, technologies like virtual reality, and utilizing tools like certifications.BONUS: SME and CESMII put together a framework for manufacturers to take steps toward Industry 4.0. Jeannine touches on the first three steps your organization can take, and they don't require extensive knowledge or capital to implement.ResourcesTo learn more about SME, visit their website: https://www.sme.org/To view all the additional resources & links mentioned in this episode, visit the episode page on our website: https://techedpodcast.com/sme/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Sheil and Ben get together to share their reactions to the Cowboys' dominant win over the Bucs. They then speculate on Tom Brady's next move, and talk about whether Dak Prescott can build on his dazzling performance through the playoffs (3:23). Next comes the Ravens postmortem, with Sheil detailing Baltimore's complicated personnel issues and Ben looking at future destinations for QB Lamar Jackson (19:00). They end the pod by discussing Derek Carr's offseason outlook, and Doug Pederson's steady coaching hand with the Jaguars (43:33). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sheil and Ben start their conversation with some positive updates on Damar Hamlin and the Buffalo Bills' outlook heading into the playoffs. They then talk about how Lovie Smith's endgame decisions in the Texans win over the Colts have set the stage for an interesting draft this spring (3:53). Next, Sheil explains why Chargers fans should be wary of Brandon Staley's personnel strategy last Sunday, and Ben shows us why Carolina is the best current coaching destination this offseason (18:03). This leads to a debate on college coaches heading to the NFL and a discussion about the Titans' and Saints' dreary futures (31:54). They end the pod by sharing their complete playoff bracket picks (1:02:42). Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Partnerships are critical to the success of any technical or community college. Their very purpose is to build a pipeline of talent with the skills most in-demand in their regional businesses and to help employers fill their workforce needs.Macomb Community College in Michigan is a prime example of a college that has leveraged partnerships to enable success in its programs - both on the academic and on the workforce side.In this episode, we sat down with Macomb President Dr. Jim Sawyer to talk about partnerships: who colleges should be partnering with, how to build trust among employers, how to create partnerships within the school itself, and so much more.3 Big Takeaways from this episode:Build trust with regional employers by listening first: How has Macomb Community College built such strong partnerships with employers like General Motors that the company uses the college for all its incumbent training needs? By listening. Whether large employers like GM or the countless small-to-midsize employers in any college's region, instructors, deans and college administrators need to start the partnership process by going out into the community and listening to the needs of their employers.World-class college value partnerships within the college, as well as external ones: Often, technical and community colleges fail to have adequate communication and collaboration between their for-credit (academic) and non-credit (workforce) sides of the institution. Instead, these programs should work together to ensure their efforts are aligned. Listen to the full episode to hear why this is so vital.Partnerships should include stakeholders in industry, government, nonprofit, and the community: Macomb Community College has successfully built partnerships across the spectrum - from the Michigan Works! Association to the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, from large employers like General Motors to small-and-midsize manufacturers, from the State of Michigan to the individual voters in the community. Jim shares how the efforts to build these relationships has given the college access to more resources, funding, and a larger pipeline of students.ResourcesTo learn more about Macomb Community College, visit their website: https://www.macomb.edu/Listen to our episode with Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity (LEO), referenced in this episode: Sixty by 30: Reskilling Michigan's WorkforceConnect with Macomb Community College on social media!Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | YouTubeView episode page: https://techedpodcast.com/macomb/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Successful farm operators takes the winter season to reflect on lessons learned the prior season then go about applying those lessons for greater return next season. Kevin Matthews shares his big takeaways from things he did right and things he got wrong in crop season '22. He's going to desiccate more soybeans, revamp his crew management strategy for next harvest, and apply better weather data for bigger results. As you listen to Kevin's takeaways, you're likely to see some parallels you can apply to your own farming success! Presented by Advanced Drainage Systems with Support from Agricen
Brian's Corporate Escape Story Brian O'Neill has a corporate escape story worth listening to. It will resonate with many of you. Brian lives around an hour out from Chicago. He's a tall guy, coming in at 6 foot seven inches. He makes everyone look small. Chicago Cubs His wife got Brian to support the Chicago Cubs, a baseball team. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Brian-ONeill-Cubs-v-White-Socks.mp4 W2 Brian's business in W2 Prison Break, but what is W2? It refers to a corporate job. W2 is a form to file taxes at the end of a year. So, Brian is talking about a corporate escape story. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Brian-ONeill-W2-to-Business-Owner.mp4 Brian has a free guide for current W2 employees - download the guide: Big Takeaways in Brian's Corporate Escape Story Guide Avoid distractions. Become singularly focused on one thing. Transform your thing. Evaluate where it is you are now. Figure out what lights you up and write it out in great detail. Go find someone to help you get the result you're looking for. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Brian-ONeill-Steps-to-take.mp4 Note: Brian's coach is previous guest Chris Prefontaine Asking Questions - Important as a Coach? http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Brian-ONeill-Questioning.mp4 When Did Brian Realise He Needed to Escape Corporate Listen to the full podcast. But, this clip explains why Brian was pushed to leave his high-paying W2 job. http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Brian-ONeill-Big-Reason-He-Left-Corporate.mp4 How to Get in Touch with Brian O'Neill Just click the image. Brian O'Neill Testimonial for The Next 100 Days Podcast http://thenext100days.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/12/Brian-ONeill-Testimonial.mp4 The Next 100 Days co-hosts… Graham Arrowsmith Graham runs Finely Fettled to help organisations that want to market to affluent and high-net-worth customers. He also runs Meet Professionals which is being offered to financial advice groups as a white-labelled lead generation and conversion system. Contact Graham on LinkedIn: Visit Graham's LinkedIn Profile and by email. Kevin Appleby Kevin specialises in finance transformation and implementing business change. He's the COO of GrowCFO which provide both community and CPD-accredited training designed to grow the next generation of finance leaders. You can find Kevin on LinkedIn and at kevinappleby.com
Happy new year! We're back with another edition of our annual predictions episode. Host Matt Kirchner shares the top 10 trends & technologies that will impact the world of technical education in 2023. Listen for insights, action items and strategies you should be considering as you plan out your year.Share this episode with educators in your network who would benefit from this information!3 Big Takeaways from this episode:There are 10 predictions in this episode, but they can all be summed up into three major categories:Economic conditions will impact education in 2023: Rising interest rates, recession, inflation, supply chain stability, and the status of the labor force will all impact education in various ways. Matt dives into what we can expect from the economy in the next 12 months and how that impacts funding for education.Technological innovation will drive new curriculum in technical education: Plan to see continuing innovation in every sector of the economy - from automation and robotics, to HVAC and building systems, to transportation technology. This innovation will drive where education should be adding and adapting curriculum and courses. We know how fast technology moves - educators can use some of these insights to help keep their programs up-to-date with what's coming in 2023.Approaches to traditional education will continue to be disrupted: Teacher shortages, a workforce needing rapid reskilling, massive changes in workplace technology...all of this will continue to drive disruption in how education is structured. Matt predicts a few big changes we can expect in the traditional education model as tech ed adapts to 21st century workforce needs.ResourcesCheck out our 2022 predictions episode: https://techedpodcast.com/15-predictions-for-2022/View this episode online: https://techedpodcast.com/2023Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
One of my favorite things I get to do each year on this podcast is to look back and reflect on the lessons learned from the year. Use these lessons and make next year the best year possible for your business. I appreciate you all listening, I hope you have a great New Year, and can't wait to get into 2023 with you all. Enjoy!Making the right decision is really hardHobbies are important even if you think you're too busyWe can be happy with far less than we haveHead to the link below to participate in our 5 Day Challenge! https://www.physicaltherapybiz.com/challenge www.physicaltherapybiz.com/apply PT Everywhere: https://pteverywhere.com/Do you enjoy the podcast? If so, leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and tell a friend to do the same!Are you a member of our free PT Entrepreneur Facebook Group? If not, head to the link below and join the community!https://www.facebook.com/groups/ptentrepreneur/
Ben and Sheil get together to share their reactions to the Chargers punching their ticket to the postseason with a win over the Colts on 'Monday Night Football'. They then discuss the news of Tua's concussion symptoms and the removal of Nathaniel Hackett as head coach of the Denver Broncos (9:21). Next, they warn us not to believe the spin coming from Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury's camp and examine the widening championship race in the NFC (39:54). They end the pod with Sheil raving about the Viking's fan experience this season and Ben giving the weekly extra point (59:33). Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
HOUR 1 - Shaun Bijani and John McClain break down their biggest takeaways from the Texans win against the Titans, and take a look at the dominance of the "Killer B's" in the NFL this weekend.
You've seen Spot the Robot Dog on YouTube and in Superbowl commercials. Now we're talking with an expert from Boston Dynamics about how this emerging field of legged robotics is bringing Industry 4.0 to life for users.Caleb Sylvester is an industrial applications sales manager for Boston Dynamics. He travels the globe helping customers find creative applications for robots like Spot to solve challenges like never before.We talked with Caleb live at IMTS 2022 where Boston Dynamics and Spot had an engaging presence to learn more about this new era in robotics.3 Big Takeaways from this episode:Boston Dynamics is helping to shape human-robot interaction (HRI): Manufacturing is used to seeing 6-axis arms, delta and SCARA robots. But robots are emerging in new shapes and applications, including quadripeds like Spot the Robot Dog and Atlas the humanoid bipedal robot from Boston Dynamics. The company is investing research and marketing efforts into this concept of HRI, or human-robot interaction, helping people understand how to interact with robots as they become a more common part of our world.Spot the Robot Dog is a roaming data collector: Data is king in Industry 4.0, but traditional methods of collecting data are time- and capital-intensive, like attaching sensors to ever motor, pump and bearing, or having a person walk around manually gathering data. By attaching those same sensors to Spot, the robot can autonomously walk a facility, gathering the same critical data and enabling humans to do more interesting work.Quadripedal robotics are making work safer and more efficient: We discuss fascinating applications for Spot the Robot Dog. Some examples include thermal and camera sensing to detect trends and anomalies for preventative and predictive maintenance, as well as sending the robot into potentially dangerous areas to do hazardous material detection.ResourcesTo learn more about Boston Dynamics, visit: https://www.bostondynamics.com/Boston Dynamics is well known for its intriguing videos, so be sure to check out their YouTube channel!Connect with Boston Dynamics on social media:Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram | TwitterEpisode page: https://techedpodcast.com/bostondynamics/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Ben and Sheil begin the pod by sharing their reactions to the news about Jalen Hurts's injury and speculating about how the Eagles will adjust heading into the playoffs. They then debate Washington head coach Ron Rivera's coaching potency and talk about what next year's Packers are going to look like (11:10). Next, Ben breaks down an underrated 2022 draft class and Sheil explains why Bill Belichick should not get any more passes as an elite coach (29:44). They end the pod by dreaming up their perfect playoff pairings (47:39). Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Introduction to Eric:Eric Stewart is the Interim Chief Commercial Officer of IsoPlexis. He started his career in product and process development and later transitioned to private equity. He's managed worldwide remits and has done some work in marketing and sales. Eric has also been serving as a board member of the Georgia Tech Business Network. What You Will Learn:Driving ROI for PE-Backed CompaniesSetting Goals with PE-Backed FirmsHow Low-Medium Markets can Utilize PE FirmsPoints to Consider to Drive Effective ProcessesAbout CDMO Breakdown:[00:28]: Introduction of Eric [03:10]: Mistakes of PE Firms[04:43]: Advice for PE-Backed Companies for Revenue Growth[06:45]: Low to Medium Markets' Essentials[11:26]: Big Takeaways from Private Equity [15:15]: Lookouts in Order to Drive Effective Processes[20:23]: Perspectives in the CDMO Market[24:20]: Three Attributes that Make a Top Performer[27:12]: Likes and Dislikes of Private Equity[33:08] Recommended Reading Materials[37:06]: How to Reach Eric Setting Goals When companies are backed by private equity firms, it's highly recommended that they establish their goals early on, especially for those in the low to medium market. It's essential to always make sure that the ROI that a company seeks are covered by elements such as marketing, sales, and reviews. Utilizing Internal KnowledgeFor companies to gauge effective activity growth, utilizing internal knowledge can serve as the base of foundation to unlock the next levels of productivity. When you have a plateau amount of knowledge, executives should take the opportunity to identify the key areas on where or how they can advance their growth, by doing so, they can tap into the process stage where they can utilize the resources they have, which ranges from office, people, and marketing tools. This enables companies to map out their respective priorities, which will serve them long-term in the growing market. Reading Materials:Adam Coffin - Private Equity PlaybookCan't Hurt Me by David Goggins The Reason for God by Timothy Keller Podcast:McKinsey Raw Selection Interviews Other Influences:Richard Branson How to Reach Eric: Eric's Linkedin Thank you for tuning in!To get the newest Private Equity episodes, you can subscribe on iTunes or Spotify here.Lastly, if you have any feedback on the podcast or want to reach out to Alex with any questions, send an email to email@example.com.
Deep Springs College has been disrupting the traditional model of higher education for over 100 years. Located on a remote cattle ranch in Deep Springs Valley, California, the college focuses on student-led, hands-on learning to prepare individuals for a life of leadership and service to their communities.Students attend Deep Springs College for two years, and each cohort holds about 13 of the more driven, independent and intelligent students from across the country who defer their offers to attend universities like Harvard or Yale and elect to start their post-secondary journey at Deep Springs.Dr. Sue Darlington, President of Deep Springs College, shared insights into one of the most unique models for higher learning we've ever had on the podcast.In this episode, we dive in to the college's three pillars, which all tie back to the idea that the students truly take ownership of their learning journey during their two years. See all the details in our 3 Big Takeaways.3 Big Takeaways from this episode: (3 pillars of Deep Springs College)Academics: The faculty and course offerings are selected by a committee of students - this ensures the students are invested in the topics for the semester. Courses are rigorous, (often) seminar-style and lead to excellent classes that raise questions and thought-provoking discussions among both students and faculty.Labor: Students are required to work at least 20 hours of manual labor on the ranch each week. Led by a faculty mentor, the students learn skills, teamwork and discipline working on the ranch, with the animals, in the kitchen, and around the facilities.Self-Governance: Students at Deep Springs College take responsibility for many aspects of the college - from choosing faculty, to picking the curriculum, to selecting the next class of student applicants. This model helps students become well-rounded individuals who are equipped to go out and lead and serve their communities the rest of their lives.ResourcesTo learn more about Deep Springs College: www.deepsprings.eduConnect with Rockwell Automation on social media:Facebook | LinkedInView episode page: https://techedpodcast.com/deepspringscollege/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Welcome back to the Happily Hormonal Podcast. In this episode, Dr. Heather Rhodes is back as my co-host, and we're talking about some common mistakes that we see when people switch to pro-metabolic eating.We've all made these mistakes when going pro-metabolic, but where do we go from here and how can you avoid these common mistakes? We're here to give you all the BTS details on what we think about pro-metabolic as a trend, where we see women going way too far, and what we would do differently if we could start all over again. With anything, it's so easy to swing too far one way or another so we're bringing back balance in terms of nourishing well with this conversation. Big Takeaway? Learning to listen to YOUR body little by little and finding what nourishes you is KEY to long-term, sustainable hormone balance and it's 100% possible for you too.In this episode:[02:34] The hype of new diets and meal plans: is it sustainable?[05:50] The key factor to having a healthier lifestyle[07:58] The mindset behind food freedom[12:02] Is pasta really bad for you?[17:03] Why you're taking supplements and still not feeling better[20:00] The importance of having a method you can follow[24:08] Pro-metabolic eating: the most common mistakes we see people doing when they first start itResources- Free hormone balance guide- Nourish Your Hormones Course- Apply to work 1:1 with Leisha HEREConnect with LeishaInstagram: @leishadrewsWebsite: abundant-lifewellness.comConnect with HeatherInstagram: @drheatherrhodesWebsite: www.drheatherrhodes.comDisclaimer: Information shared on this podcast and any referenced websites are not to be taken as medical advice or to be used as a diagnosis or treatment plan for any medical condition. I'm sharing my educated opinions & experience but nothing shared here can be taken on a one size fits all basis and we always recommend you do your own research, talk to your own doctors and practitioners, and take full responsibility for any health & medical choices you make.
Ben and Sheil get together to share their reactions to the Patriots' victory over the Cardinals on 'Monday Night Football.' They then discuss some possible destinations for Tom Brady next season, and examine a Lions team that is building steadily toward sustained success (6:55). Next, Ben details the apparent changing of the guard in the AFC South, while Sheil gets excited about the Dolphins' schedule heading toward the playoffs (31:53). Ben ends the pod with the weekly extra point (55:28). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Digital Transformation is everywhere - and Rockwell Automation is right at the center of it.Andrew Ellis is Vice President of Rockwell's Global Portfolio Engineering division, responsible for the ecosystem of solutions developed by Rockwell Automation, their acquired brands, and their many partners across the globe. He has firsthand insight into how the digital industrial world is evolving, and along with it, the way customers seek solutions and the kinds of skills required by the digital workforce.We sat down with Andrew for a live broadcast at Rockwell Automation Fair 2022 in Chicago to discuss emerging technologies like....Emulate 3D digital twin software for modeling and commissioningRobotics integrationFactoryTalkSaaS in industrial automationSoftware in the cloud and at the edgePartnerships with companies like PLEX, Microsoft, and othersWhile new technology is exciting, it also requires a whole new set of skills, a new way of educating learners, and a new way of building relationships with customers. These are 3 key insights about the digital workforce you'll glean from our conversation with Andrew:3 Big Takeaways from this episode:Digital transformation turns discrete technologies into a fully-integrated ecosystem of hardware, software, data and people: Smart manufacturing builds on traditional automation, adding things like intelligence at the edge, software in the cloud, industrial SaaS, mobile-ready data and human-machine collaboration. Andrew shares how Rockwell and their partner network are developing and deploying this ecosystem-focused approach to industrial applications.The digital workforce needs foundational skills coupled with a STEM approach to learning: In an environment of ever-evolving technology, how do schools adequately prepare students for the workforce? Andrew argues that today's STEM-centric approach to education is the solution: students should learn basic fundamentals (like math & physics), be exposed to modern technology, and most importantly understand the applied purpose of technology (what problem does it solve?) and how people will interact with it in the industrial workforce.Upcoming generations of the digital workforce want purposeful, people-centric careers: What do today's students want out of their future career? Purpose, an opportunity to be challenged, and a place to grow - these have been the key factors for many years. But now, the next generation raised on technology also seek careers where technology and people collaborate symbiotically, a culture that aligns with their personal values, and a company that has a sustainable, responsible presence in the global economy.ResourcesTo learn more about Rockwell Automation: rockwellautomation.comConnect with Rockwell Automation on social media:Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | LinkedInView episode page: https://techedpodcast.com/andrewellis/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Hour 2 - Gresh and Keefe continued to preview tonight's Patriots game in Arizona and answered the 4-Pack of Cardinals questions. The guys also recapped Week 14 of the NFL in this week's Wha' Happened?. Finally, the Gresh and Keefe show make their parlay picks for the Monday Night Football Same Game Parlay.
“When I'm clear about my worth and where I'm focusing it, it is much easier to make big decisions about my work." It's the final episode of season 5 of the show! It always seems to surprise me, but especially this year, I just realized that it's the end of the year and the end of the season. I've really loved exploring the theme of worthfull work this year as I've been expanding my own work and business and growing far beyond my comfort zone. I summarized my 3 biggest takeaways from this year when it comes to owning my worth at work in this episode. I invite you to do the same -- I'm proud of us. Let's keep going because the world needs our worthfull contributions through our work.
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Ben and Sheil get together to share their reactions to the Buccaneers' furious comeback win over the Saints on 'Monday Night Football.' They then examine Jalen Hurts's irreplaceable role within the Eagles' offensive scheme, and explain why the Bengals are the most fun team in the NFL (8:01). Next, Ben shows us why the 49ers' win on Sunday is not necessarily the blueprint to beat the Dolphins, before they both debate how many teams are in the NFC Super Bowl race (24:11). They end the pod by revealing their predictions for the no. 7 seed in the AFC playoff picture (50:14). Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben and Sheil get together to share their reactions to the Steelers' gritty win over the Colts on 'Monday Night Football.' They then take a close look at the fraudulent Bucs and throw some cold water on the Seahawks' fluctuating success story (8:46). Next, Sheil shows us how Bill Belichick is leading the Patriots astray, and Ben lets us know that the Ravens and Lamar Jackson are going to be great going forward despite their stumble versus the Jaguars on Sunday (30:08). Finally, they debate their top seven playoff contenders, and Ben gives us the weekly extra point (57:07). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Hybrid Autonomous Manufacturing Moving from Evolution to Revolution (HAMMER) Engineering Research Center at the Ohio State University is developing next-gen processes and systems for what the future of manufacturing will look like.A $26 million grant from the National Science Foundation is enabling Ohio State and its partner network to carry out research and education around hybrid autonomous manufacturing.Glenn Daehn, a professor of metallurgical engineering, is Director of the HAMMER Engineering Research Center and joins us to talk about the hybridization of manufacturing processes, how we move from automation to autonomy, the role of creativity and art in STEM, and so much more!3 Big Takeaways from this episode:What is hybrid autonomous manufacturing? Hybrid is about using all kinds of manufacturing processes, like subtractive manufacturing (removing material), additive manufacturing (adding material), deformation (reshaping material). As part of this project, the center seeks to develop numerically controlled systems for deformation that don't currently exist. Autonomous means those different processes can be used in tandem in a full system, where you don't need a human in the loop. It's moving from manual to automated to autonomous where the process is being sensed and monitored and controlled autonomously - one example Glenn shares would be a robotic blacksmith.Manufacturing for design - not design for manufacturing: Glenn and his team are working to flip the model. Right now, the focus is on design for manufacturability. In the future, we'll have the ideal design we want and AI will enable us to develop the tools and processes to manufacture in the way we need to manufacture to get to that ideal design, and do it efficiently and with high quality.Future-thinking manufacturing relies on creativity and artistry: Just as a skilled blacksmith has the perfect combination of art and skill, future manufacturing processes will require both creativity and engineering. Someday, AI will be sophisticated enough to creatively develop new ways to manufacture for design. To ensure creativity is carried into the future of manufacturing, we need to encourage hands-on learning, give students the chance to build things, and spark their creativity and curiosity in STEM.ResourcesTo learn more about the HAMMER Engineering Research Center, visit: https://hammer.osu.edu/Episode page: https://techedpodcast.com/hammer/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Sheil and Ben get together to share their reactions to the 49ers' blowout win over the Cardinals on 'Monday Night Football.' They then declare the Ravens the early trade deadline winners, and discuss why Zach Wilson is holding the Jets back (10:18). Next, they detail how the Lions have righted their ship, and why Joe Burrow should be considered among the best QBs in the league (29:50). Finally, Ben lists all the reasons why Denver should fire Nathaniel Hackett, and Sheil eliminates 14 teams from the NFL playoff picture (51:20). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Adam Mares, Harrison Wind, Eric Wedum, and Dev Johnson break down the Nuggets' improbable win in Dallas over Luka Doncic and the Mavs. The fellas go over their notes from a total VIBES night, Bruce Brown and Christian Braun's defense, MPJ's game-winner, Vlatko's half-court heave and much more. Big Takeaways - 4:00 Bones - 14:24 Christian Braun - 27:50 Vlatko - 35:05 MPJ - 38:00 BUY TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941/1441543/10874 TAILGATE WITH US: https://bit.ly/3fwCPha Visit https://dkng.co/DNVR to sign up for DraftKings Sportsbook using the code “DNVR” If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/TN/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. $200 in Free bets: New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pregame moneyline bet. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Bet must win. Ends 1/8/23 @ 8pm. Risk-Free Stepped Up SGP: 1 Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Min $1 bet. Max bet limits apply. Min. 3-leg. Each leg min. -300 odds, total bet +100 odds or longer. Ends at start of final game of the 2022-2023 NBA Season. See eligibility & terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/basketballterms. When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. They serve over 331,000 students and instructors annually...that's over 14 million students since its founding in 1965!You might be familiar with SkillsUSA through their popular state and national competitions. But they're about more than just hard skills: Their mission is all about empowering students to become world-class leaders, workers and American citizens.In this episode, we're talking with Chelle Travis, the Executive Director of SkillsUSA, about the work this organization is doing to carry out its mission. The episode is all about how we best prepare students to be workers and leaders in today's technology-driven society.3 Big Takeaways from this episode:CTE is STEM, and STEM is CTE: Key features of STEM learning, like math, critical thinking, data analysis, problem-solving, and technology skills are all embedded into the learning outcomes for SkillsUSA's Career and Technical Education programs. Chelle helps us see how these STEM skills are necessary and used in fields like healthcare, manufacturing, culinary arts, hospitality, business, automotive and more.Some skills don't change: Conversations in TechEd often focus on what's new and emerging, but Chelle reminds us that some skills are foundational to our students' education. SkillsUSA has always focused on: the dignity of work, developing the whole person (not just technical skills), pride in innovation and ingenuity, lifelong learning and adaptability, and a commitment to helping others and giving back through service.Industry drives updates to standards, skills and technology: SkillsUSA relies on industry partnerships to guide the development of new standards, competitions and skill areas for students across the country. This is especially true in competitions, where industry determines the standards and judges the competitions.ResourcesTo learn more about SkillsUSA: www.skillsusa.orgConnect with SkillsUSA on social media:Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | LinkedInEpisode page: https://techedpodcast.com/skillsusa/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Ben and Sheil begin their review of Week 10 action by debating how much influence new coach Jeff Saturday had on the Indianapolis Colts' impressive win over the Raiders. They then go over all the reasons to not be concerned about the Bills' collapse against the Vikings, and reveal that there are nearly as many reasons to fear for the Saints' dim future (9:18). Next, Sheil speculates on Sean Payton's next coaching destination, and Ben tells the Rams to give Matthew Stafford a rest if Cooper Kupp is unavailable the rest of the season (28:33). They end the pod by talking about how Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel's star is shining similarly to another big coaching name from last year, and Ben gives the week's Extra Point (46:15). Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Adam Mares, Harrison Wind, Brendan Vogt and Dev Johnson break down the Nuggets improbable win in Indiana where Denver showed an incredible amount of fight with Nikola Jokic in foul trouble. Notes on Aaron Gordon's impact, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope's winning mentality and how the Nuggets managed to win their fourth-straight game. Then, Around the Association. Big Takeaways - 3:37 The fouls - 13:00 The Bench - 24:15 What does this win mean? - 33:50 Superchats - 43:30 ATA - 53:00 BUY TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941/1441543/10874 TAILGATE WITH US: https://bit.ly/3fwCPha Visit https://dkng.co/DNVR to sign up for DraftKings Sportsbook using the code “DNVR” If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/TN/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. $200 in Free bets: New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pregame moneyline bet. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Bet must win. Ends 1/8/23 @ 8pm. Risk-Free Stepped Up SGP: 1 Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Min $1 bet. Max bet limits apply. Min. 3-leg. Each leg min. -300 odds, total bet +100 odds or longer. Ends at start of final game of the 2022-2023 NBA Season. See eligibility & terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/basketballterms. When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 1: On Tuesday night, Pennsylvania elected Democrat John Fetterman to the U.S. Senate. With 94% of the vote reporting, according to the Associated Press, Fetterman leads Dr. Mehmet Oz 50.5% to 47.1%. In the state's Gubernatorial race, Democrat Josh Shapiro easily defeated Republican Doug Mastriano—current reporting has Shapiro leading by over 700,000 votes. Why did Republicans underperform in Tuesday's midterm elections? Did abortion play a larger role in Pennsylvania than many were expecting? Did candidate quality doom Republicans?
Ben and Sheil start the podcast by sharing their reactions to the Ravens' decisive victory over the Saints on 'Monday Night Football.' They then dive into the Colts' firing head coach Frank Reich, detail Indianapolis' recent history of organizational miscues, and comment on owner Jim Irsay's peculiar press conference.(5:22) Next, Ben explains why Justin Fields's star is on the rise in Chicago while Sheil is less optimistic about Aaron Rodgers's future in Green Bay.(28:51) They end the pod by giving flowers to the Jets' impressive defensive performance this year and debating their early AFC playoff seeding predictions.(46:46) Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
FANUC is the global leader in robotics and CNC controls technology - and we sat down with FANUC America's President & CEO Mike Cicco at IMTS 2022 to dive into the latest trends in automation.3 Big Takeaways from this episode:1. AI and Digital Twins will have a huge impact on automation in the next few years: Like many industrial OEMs, FANUC is turning to software innovation to enhance its world-leading hardware offerings. Right now, R&D is focused on artificial intelligence and digital twins. AI enables companies to take technically challenging tasks - like bin picking miscellaneous objects or assembling parts with multiple moving pieces - and makes it easier to program a robot to do them. Digital twins enable engineers to build new automation lines and processes and fully test them in a digital environment before implementation.2. Collaborative robots (like the FANUC CRX) are making industrial automation more accessible for small-to-midsize companies: Collaborative robots (cobots) are built to inherently work side-by-side with humans. But the real benefit, as Cicco shares with us, is how the CRX is designed for simple, lead-through programming. The implication for employers is huge: programming robots and machine tools for complex tasks (including high-mix, low-volume) has never been more accessible. Now, small-to-midsize companies can more easily and rapidly adopt and deploy advanced automation into their facilities.3. Demand for automation has led FANUC to expand its physical space and training programs: Changes to supply chain, manufacturing moving back to the U.S., and the two points above have led to a rise in demand for automation technology. In response, FANUC has expanded its manufacturing capabilities at its American headquarters in Michigan, along with expansions in Mexico. The new physical space will increase their manufacturing capabilities, but will also increase capacity for training individuals in the workforce around these technologies.Note for educators: FANUC's education programs have led the market for years (1,500 CERT schools and counting), but with demand for robotics and CNC programming skills on the rise, it's a good time for educators to consider how they can prepare their students for these career opportunities.ResourcesEmployers, to learn more about FANUC America robotics & CNC solutions, visit: https://www.fanucamerica.com/Educators, to learn more about FANUC's robotics & CNC education and training solutions, visit: https://www.fanucamerica.com/educationYou can access our first episode with Mike Cicco here: Episode #6: Why Schools Should Teach Industrial Robotics & AutomationConnect with FANUC America on social media:Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | LinkedInEpisode page: https://techedpodcast.com/fanuc/Instagram - Facebook - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter - LinkedIn
Are you getting leads from insurance agents? Are you trying to get their leads through common route marketing practices like scheduled uninvited visits filled with coffee and donuts? Do you want to learn a far more profitable and successful way to get insurance agents to send you multiple losses a year? If you answered yes to any of those questions, catch up with episode 072 of the Restoration Domination Podcast with your host Rico Garcia Jr and special guest Gerry Edtl where they discuss all of the right and wrong ways to approach insurance agents for leads.3 Big Takeaways from the Interview:1. Have a plan in place before you start prospecting2. Dont be like everyone else, build meaningful relationships 3. Keep your team accountableFind our Guest:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerryedtl/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/gerry-edtl-consulting/ Website: https://gerryedtl.com/ Phone Number: 615-948-3065Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gerryedtlconsulting 0:00 Intro3:58 Podcast Intro4:14 Who is Gerry and What Does He Do?5:35 The Sales Process 14:13 Prospect vs Suspect 33:01 Mentally Mapping Out the Process35:06 Thanks to our Sponsors: mpartial36:42 Thanks to our Sponsors: Sureti38:18 Thanks to our Sponsors: CompanyCam39:27 Scalability 44:47 Initial Process54:36 The Return68:10 Owner Involvement75:57 Additional Methods78:58 Reaching out to GerrySponsors:mpartial uses geospatial data to assist in creating accurate estimates, invoices, documentation of damages or work done and assisting in faster and fairer claim settlement. Use DOMINATE60 for 99% off Enterprise Plan https://bit.ly/3tz2XwzCompanyCam allows for unlimited time/location-stamped photos that can be notated & can be easily annotated/tagged. Attach the photos to specific files and easily share the entire file with others on your team or other pros and see the updates in real time. Special Offer: Get 14 days FREE & 50% off of your first 2 months https://bit.ly/3FNmJb2sureti Corporation removes the time and financial headaches of getting the mortgage company to release funds or a customer to pay their deductibles in insurance claims. They cut the middle man getting you paid faster and in full. Learn More: https://bit.ly/3pyVLxrC&R Magazine is the oldest trade publication specifically dedicated to the cleaning and restoration industry. C&R is available in print and digital formats for free. Learn more and subscribe for FREE here: https://bit.ly/310KLjp
Ben and Sheil get together to share their reactions to the Cleveland Browns' dominating win over the Cincinnati Bengals on 'Monday Night Football'. Then Sheil sends a heartfelt apology to Pete Carroll while Ben explains why the Bears sending Roquan Smith to the Ravens is just the "step zero" of their rebuild.(10:38) Next, they talk about the NFC teams that are most likely to make it to championship weekend and give some much deserved flowers to Carolina Panthers QB P.J. Walker.(31:15) They end the pod by trying to figure out what's going on with Trevor Lawrence in Jacksonville and Ben uses this week's extra point to detail his trade deadline wishlist.(45:11) Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is a unique 2 minutes of motivation Live Greatly podcast episode! Kristel Bauer shares some insights from her 40th birthday wellness getaway to Palm Springs, CA including her stay at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa. Tune in now! This podcast episode is sponsired by the the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa. Kristel recieved a complimentary spa treatment as well as a complimentary 1 night stay from the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa. Key Takeaways From This Episode: 4 key takeaways from Kristel's wellness getaway A look into Joshua Tree National Park Kristel's spa experience at the JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa. Other highlights from Kristel's Palm Springs, CA vacation Follow JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa on: Instagram: @desertsprings Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JWMarriottDesertSpringsResortSpa/ Website: https://www.marriott.com/en-us/hotels/ctdca-jw-marriott-desert-springs-resort-and-spa/overview/ Kristel Bauer, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally while promoting vibrant company cultures. Kristel is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Top Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur. Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World Click here. Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions. Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations. They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statements made by guests. Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content. Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you.
We knew it was coming, but the magnitude of declines in student test scores on the National Assessment of Education Progress still shocked many parents. So what should parents do on behalf of their kids now? Colleen Hroncich comments. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Harrison Wind, Brendan Vogt, Eric Wedum and Dev Johnson break down the Nuggets' loss in Portland where Denver's defense no-showed again. Notes on Nikola Jokic's quiet night and what was behind it, Jamal Murray's struggles and if the Nuggets are taking the right approach in his return, Aaron Gordon's big game, and the rest of the roster. Why does Denver's defense look the same as it did last season? Big Takeaways - 3:30 The Defense - 12:40 Aaron Gordon - 25:30 Jamal - 29:00 MPJ - 43:15 Bones - 48:50 BUY TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941/1441543/10874 TAILGATE WITH US: https://bit.ly/3fwCPha Visit https://dkng.co/DNVR to sign up for DraftKings Sportsbook using the code “DNVR” If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/TN/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. $200 in Free bets: New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pregame moneyline bet. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Bet must win. Ends 1/8/23 @ 8pm. Risk-Free Stepped Up SGP: 1 Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Min $1 bet. Max bet limits apply. Min. 3-leg. Each leg min. -300 odds, total bet +100 odds or longer. Ends at start of final game of the 2022-2023 NBA Season. See eligibility & terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/basketballterms. When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben and Sheil get together to share their reactions to the Bears shocking win over the Patriots on 'Monday Night Football'. Ben then explains why we should put an asterisk on all the talk about the Cincinnati Bengals suddenly refocused offense scheme. (10:38) Next, Sheil names the NFL teams that should be calling the Patriots about Mac Jones while Ben tries to fix the Colts with a mobile quarterback. (20:43) They end the pod by exposing both the the Charger's and Falcon's anemic performances and Sheil delivers the weekly extra point.(42:01) Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben and Sheil kick off the pod by sharing their reactions to the Chargers' clunky win over the Broncos on 'Monday Night Football.' Next, they break down the mismanagement of the Arizona Cardinals—from coaching decisions, on-field performance, to the front office—and how the team as presently constructed cannot be run back (12:00). They then examine Tampa Bay's offensive philosophy (19:21), tip their caps to the OG coaches of the league (27:35), and raise concerns regarding the Browns defense (35:04). They end the pod by discussing the Jets' potential QB decision in the offseason (44:32), and the weekly extra point by Ben (51:07). Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Producer: Eduardo Ocampo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Big Takeaways From The VO ConferenceWhat an amazing weekend with incredible guest speakers and fantastic attendees. We learned soooo much and I am thrilled to discuss the main takeaways and my thoughts from the conference. Special offer to A VO'S JOURNEY ELITE ACADEMY here: https://www.avosjourney.comWe have a great community of voice actors that share content and information about becoming a better voice-over artist at - https://www.facebook.com/groups/avosjourney/Social Links: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/anthony_pica_vo/Twitter - https://twitter.com/AVOsJOURNEYFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/avosjourney/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonypicavo/ Support the show
Ben and Sheil get together to share their reactions to the Chiefs' thrilling win over the Raiders on 'Monday Night Football.' Next, they dive deep into the mismanagement of the narrative surrounding the Tua Tagovailoa concussion, and how some recent tweaks by the league in response—notably a sudden rash of questionable roughing the passer penalties—could ultimately hurt the product on the field.(9:37) Then, they heap praise on the Giants' coaching staff, try to help out the Commanders, and attempt to ease any concerns about the struggling Rams.(18:01) They end the pod with a declaration about Josh Allen from Ben and the weekly extra point by Sheil.(43:10) Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Additional Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben and Sheil start the pod by sharing their reactions to the San Francisco 49er's impressive 24-9 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on 'Monday Night Football'. They then detail how the Raven's late-game collapse versus the Bills shouldn't be an indictment against John Harbaugh's coaching (9:48) but Green Bay's performance in their win over the Patriots should have Packers fans worried.(18:20) Next, they marvel at the Chief's offensive efficiency against the Buc's vaunted defense,(26:42) examine the playoff possibilities for the Falcons,(31:21) and lament the Colt's inertia.(38:44) Finally, Ben ends the pod by offering his weekly extra point.(44:45) Hosts: Sheil Kapadia and Ben Solak Production Supervision: Arjuna Ramgopal and Conor Nevins Associate Producer: Chris Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben and Sheil start the pod by sharing their reactions to the Dallas Cowboys tough win over the New York Giants on 'Monday Night Football'. They then dive deep into the myriad of woes piling up on the Saints(6:09) and Chargers(10:41) before assuring us that the Chiefs, Bills, and Bucs will be absolutely fine.(23:16) They end the pod with Ben detailing a certain matchup next week which could decide the MVP(33:11) and Sheil giving the weekly extra point.(40:53) Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Associate Producer: Christopher Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sheil and Ben get together to share their reactions to the Week 2 NFL action and start the conversation by examining the anemic Bears offense and the exciting changes Mike McDaniel has made for the Dolphins. (9:01) Next, Ben explains the "O-and-Tombstone" phenomenon that often dooms teams that start the season too slowly, while Sheil breaks down Nathaniel Hackett's coaching issues in Denver. (14:30) They end the pod by talking about the Colts' team-building problems, applauding the Jaguars' rejuvenation, and Ben gives us his weekly extra point. (28:47) Hosts: Ben Solak and Sheil Kapadia Production Supervision: Conor Nevins and Arjuna Ramgopal Production Assistance: Chris Sutton Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices