In this episode, we talk to Jennifer Kim, founder of Startup Recruiting Bootcamp about the people parts of a business and how to take care of your most important asset - your team! We'll also dive into one of her proudest Opsy projects - setting up a support group for middle managers at Lever.A full transcript of this episode is available at opsy.work/podcast.You can find the lego article we talk about in the episode here.Connect with usAre you an opsy person in tech? Join our community at Opsy.work.Caro Griffin is on LinkedIn and Twitter.Jennifer Kim is on LinkedIn & Twitter.
“When you are reinventing yourself, it's going to feel strange because it's new. That newness is actually really good.” -Andrew Love Each one of us has habits that we've picked up on through the years and we've nurtured. An action that we do every day and becomes a part of our routine over time. The things we do or how we spend our time shape who we are and what kind of life we have is influenced and defined by our habits. We always have the choice of whether we keep our bad habits or cultivate good ones. You have the ability to reinvent yourself once you recognize and assess whether your habits are advantageous or harmful to your life. Reinventing yourself isn't an easy process. It can be uncomfortable or painful, but we should perceive this discomfort as a result of letting go of an old habit and stepping outside of our comfort zone which eventually leads us to a better life. In Episode 99, Andrew Love talks about the value of forming a beneficial habit by reinventing oneself, why we may experience an “uncomfortable stage” and how we should respond to it. He also discusses the sense of newness as well as the differences between the newness of a good habit versus a bad one. We might sense the newness of a good habit in the process of forming it, and this can be misinterpreted as discomfort. The feeling of newness associated with a good habit should not be misconstrued; rather, we should embrace and cherish that painful experience to be able to grow as an individual. We all want to be the best version of ourselves, and our habits should mirror that desire. Learn more about the importance of developing new habits and how they can help us reinvent ourselves in Episode 99! Shownotes: The uncomfortable stage of self-reinvention [1:07] Crucial period of time in the growth process [2:45] The sense of newness [4:49] The critical time of losing good habit [5:47] What is accountability? [10:53] The differences between the newness of the good habit and bad habit [13:11] Click HERE for the show transcript.
Jason Swann's childhood in the rural south included living in “a small shanty in the middle of a cow pasture.” Sure, he played outdoors—but he wasn't exactly hiking in wild places. He grew up to become a financial analyst, but that career ended after an encounter with the police ruined his reputation. His life upended, he moved from Nebraska to Colorado. There, he tells host Yesh Pavlik Slenk, “I found respite in the melodic powers of the outdoors.”Inspired by his new connection with nature, Jason reinvented himself. He did what some career sustainability pros mistakenly think is impossible: He became a land policy analyst without first getting an advanced degree in environmental science or sustainability. Now, as an analyst with Western Resource Advocates and co-founder of Rising Routes, an environmental, social, and mental wellness advocacy business, he helps underserved communities gain access to the outdoors. He helped pass Colorado's Create Outdoor Equity Grant Program, ground-breaking legislation that allocates millions of dollars for outdoor activities and education to those in need. The Create Outdoor Equity Grant Program and similar national initiatives seek to address the historical exclusion of BIPOC communities from enjoying outdoor recreation in the U.S.Jason has little patience for sustainability career seekers who allow themselves to be stymied by a lack of an advanced degree. “For those who think you need to have a PhD or an environmental science degree or any of that, I say the hell with it…. Half of this job, if not 90% of it, is about relationships,” he tells Yesh. “You can learn technical things,” he says. “What you can't learn and you can't hide is your passion and love and appreciation for what you're doing.”Be bold, he urges. Speak your truth. “If you are being quiet, you don't have the power to shape the future of this work.”Resources mentioned in this episode:Colorado.gov: Create Outdoor Equity GrantOutdoor Afro: Outdoor AfroLatino Outdoors: Latino OutdoorsWestern Resource Advocates: Western Resource AdvocatesRising Routes: Rising RoutesAdditional resources:Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E.: Outdoor Future Initiative This BIPOC-led group advocates for the National Outdoor Equity Initiative, which would allocate funds to make all U.S. public lands and parks financially accessible to underserved youth.American Trails: Historical Perspective on Racism in the OutdoorsFollow Jason Swann:Instagram: @jason_g_swannFacebook: Rising RoutesTwitter:@Jason_G_SwannRising Routes Rising RoutesWestern Resource Advocates: Western Resource AdvocatesFollow EDF:Sign up for the Degrees newsletter!Twitter: EDF (@EnvDefenseFund)Facebook: Environmental Defense FundInstagram: environmental_defense_fundLinkedIn: Environmental Defense FundBe sure to explore the back catalog of Degrees. If you liked this episode, you'll love the conversation with environmental justice and green jobs advocate, Michelle Romero. If you're seeking a job tackling climate change, and I hope that you are, check out our "Land a Green Job 101 Bootcamp."
In today's episode, our guest is Joseph Fung, serial entrepreneur, founder, and CEO of Kiite-a sales enablement software. He concentrates on the organization's strategic strategy as well as the software's vision. Joseph was previously the Director of Digital Media at The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and the President/CEO of Lewis Media, a web software company that specialized in marketing and design solutions. [8:23] Why should I listen to you? You're probably going to hear me rambling on about another crazy life-changing story from one simple student who becomes a CEO. I love to talk about changing the world. And I want to see what these people are doing, and wow, it's inspiring. [9:01] Learning of Students We have a sales Bootcamp. We help people who want to get into tech. And we open that door by teaching them some of the fundamentals of how you sell technology. Most of our grads are stepping into sales, customer success roles at software companies and just killing it. We teach them about how tech companies and leaders speak, talk, think about their business. [12:42] Best Practices in a company Teaching sales is like learning to play the piano: It's not the knowledge. It's about practice. Be authentic as you're selling, how to share yourself in your selling. Most people get storytelling wrong, and they do it to do it too long, or they make themselves the hero. [14:46] It comes down to stopping trying to persuade and getting the wrong opportunities out of your pipeline. [15:01] When people hear sales, they think Wolf of Wall Street. They believe men; they thought columns for closers. If you're trying to persuade everyone, you're going to fail yourself in the company. Figure out if there's a real problem that you can solve. If you don't solve the real problem, stop trying to persuade them. [19:00] Journey to be a great company. An immigrant to the U.S. was told he had to leave the country due to visa changes. He moved to San Diego and did an internship in logistics. Halfway through the program, he was offered a job in Toronto. He did four times his first one's quota. So they jacked it up 50%, and he did three times that quota. Now he's selling AI technologies. He's a great entry into tech. He can do better. He can get a better role with better pay. [21:27] Selling Software. The program showed so much care and heart for her classmates, for the markets she might be prospecting into. She ended up landing a role at a company that sells small business accounting software. Every day, she chats with entrepreneurs. It helps them buy more time for their families. And so she hears from our customers that they get to go home early on Friday, instead of fussing around with the receipts in the shoe box. [23:12] Next thing inline Tech company that helps companies build their sales teams shares his story. His sister, a professional personal trainer, wanted to get into tech but didn't get the foot in the door. The pair decided to run an open call education session for people who wish to join the tech industry. [24:12] The session was so successful. They decided to give their software away for free and run a tech school to learn about the business. There's just a bit of translation work necessary for all these companies who desperately want to hire great people. And there's this great imbalance here, people who want to get in tech, and the doors open for them. [28:48] What promise did God make to the world when He created you? I think they made the promise to my parents, that this kid is willing to work his butt off to be the best, most successful person he can be. Key Quotes [15:47-15:51] “Stop trying to persuade them. Stop trying to convince them because you're wasting your own time.” [17:32-17:40] “When people aren't comfortable letting go when they're really fearful. They need every deal to close. That's when they start to make bad decisions.” Connect with Joseph Fung: Linkedin: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/josephfung Website: https://uvaro.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josephfung Twitter: https://twitter.com/josephfung
“Is my pitch too long?” If you're asking the question, the answer is probably yes. The question you really need answered is not how long your pitch should be, but why your pitch is too long: You've generated a bunch of options without making choices about what's most important and what to cut back on. You likely are leaving out some key components. This pitch may be any length, but the picture is blurry. You and the editor have a very clear sense of what the story will be, but you've gone way beyond what's necessary (or efficient). You're acting as if you have the assignment in hand, or as if you're writing on spec. You haven't done a proper copy edit. 10, 20, or 30% of your words can be trimmed to make the writing more concise. Without addressing #1, your pitches won't be effective. Without addressing #2, your pitches won't be efficient. Without addressing #3, your pitches won't be ready for the editors at your dream publications. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Download my free guide on how to pitch and learn the 5 proven steps to writing pitches that sell: www.rebeccalweber.com/howtopitch Apply to join my small group coaching program: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com SHARE THE WRITING COACH PODCAST WITH OTHER WRITERS Subscribe and write a review of the Writing Coach Podcast on Apple Podcasts. Share your podcast takeaways and tag Rebecca on Instagram: @freelancewriterbootcamp WORK WITH ME Apply for the January 2022 session of my small group coaching program, Freelance Writer Bootcamp. Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter. Bootcamp alumni have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. We cover all the external skills to improve your pitch acceptance rate, and the internal mindset work to keep you from getting in your own way. Let's get started: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast155
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We're back with the first arc of Season 2! For this arc, we are going to be playing a minigame as our heroes traverse the wild and crazy year that is 2020. First, we start with a brief explanation of the system and we hop into the First Quarter of Julie's year! It seems she's decided to join PIDA: The Paranormal Investigations and Defense Agency. Let's see how she does at BootCamp... Check out our Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/YMBWPodcast You Might Be Wondering How We Got Here is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. You can find more outstanding podcasts to subscribe to at Frolic.media/podcasts! Follow us! https://twitter.com/ymbwpodcast https://www.instagram.com/ymbwpodcast/ Check out all of our other stuff! https://linktr.ee/ymbwpodcast
Robert Kiyosaki's Cone of Learning illustrates that while we only remember 10% of what we read after two weeks, we recall a full 90% of what we say and do. And that's why aspiring investors who work through a simulation of their first deal are so much more confident than those who don't practice the process beforehand. But what does it look like to simulate your first multifamily deal? Where can you go to rehearse the steps in the Deal Maker Blueprint and gain the confidence to follow through? On this episode of Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing, Nighthawk Equity President Drew Kniffin joins me to discuss our upcoming Deal Maker Bootcamp in Orlando this January and explain how the workshop simulates the process of finding and closing on your first multifamily deal. We explore the benefits of simulating your first deal and following a proven process, challenging you to master the critical skill of analyzing deals quickly and accurately. Listen in for insight on the three kinds of people you need in your real estate network (and where to find them) and learn our top strategies for simulating your first apartment deal and building confidence while you practice in a safe environment. Key Takeaways Robert Kiyosaki's Cone of Learning Remember 10% of what we read Remember 50% of what we see and hear Remember 90% of what we say and do The benefits of simulating your first deal Builds confidence Know what to expect if LOI accepted How to simulate your first multifamily deal Practice in throw away market Visit larger properties Build sample deal package The 3 kinds of people you should network with Peer group (Deal Maker's Mastermind) Mentors who've done what you want Partners with complementary skills Why we recommend following a proven process Don't have figure out next step on own Avoid expensive mistakes The benefit of being able to analyze deals Need for negotiating and making offers Confidence to talk to brokers/investors Connect with Drew Kniffin Nighthawk Equity Drew on Twitter Drew on LinkedIn Resources Register for Michael's Deal Maker Bootcamp Learn More About Michael's Mentoring Program Join Michael's Deal Maker's Mastermind Learn More About Deal Maker Live Get Michael's Blueprint to Your First Multifamily Deal Access Michael's Syndicated Deal Analyzer Join the Nighthawk Equity Investor Club Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing by Michael Blank Robert Kiyosaki's Cone of Learning Sample Deal Package The Deal Maker Certification on MB EP262 Podcast Show Notes Michael's Website Michael on Facebook Michael on Instagram Michael on YouTube Apartment Investor Network Facebook Group
Welcome fellow adventurers! The guys continue sharing memories and experiences from the Fall Boot Camp, right here on the Masculine Journey After Hours Podcast. The clips are from "It's Not About the Nail," and "Island of the Misfit Toys." There's no advertising or commercials, just men of God, talking and getting to the truth of the matter. The conversation and Journey continues.
Welcome to Masculine Journey fellow adventurers! This week the guys share their memories and experiences from the Fall Boot Camp. The clips are from "Meet the Parents," and "The Butterfly Circus." The journey continues, so grab your gear and be blessed, right here on the Masculine Journey Radio Show. Be sure to check out our other podcasts, Masculine Journey After Hours and Masculine Journey Joyride
If you're like most nursing students, you're a high-achieving individual with big goals and a dedication to doing your absolute best. Chances are, you were a star student in your prereqs, but in nursing school, you're surrounded by other star students who are just as dedicated and driven as you are. Add to that the fact that many of your classes may be fully or partially online. How in the world do you stand out and make a good impression in this environment? Well, the good news is, it's entirely possible. Just follow the tips in this episode to shine like the bright star that you are! Start nursing school prepared and ready to conquer! Check out my nursing school prep course, Crucial Concepts Bootcamp. Bootcamp student Megan says, “Hey all, my name is Megan! I've completed CCB, and am halfway through my ADN program! I just love Nurse Mo and ALL of her products! I only wish that I had found her before I started my program; now, I praise her to anyone who will listen! She makes concepts easy to understand and the little quizzes help reinforce the concepts. Also, nursing school is expensive and it can be a challenge to invest in other tools, but Nurse Mo's products are so affordable and a sound investment!” View the blog post and references on this topic here.
Big announcement: today marks the launch of our brand new "Beginners only" Coding Bootcamp. If you're a beginner to coding and have spent less than about 6 months learning to code, you're a great fit for this new 16 week Coding Bootcamp. You can join the Bootcamp via coderscampus.com/beginner The best part is that it's about 85% less expensive than our main Bootcamp, and you'll still get all the great features and support you need to actual master the fundamentals of coding. So check out our "Core Java Coding Bootcamp" today if you've always wanted to become a professional coder.
Join me today for our first stop on my southern trek #american #roadtrip #adventure in lovely Santa Fe, New Mexico.This travel writer's dream city is filled with art, architecture, saintly connections, music, great food, shopping, and more. Here's a look at our overnight stay in #santafe⏱TIMELINE⏱1:02 Driving through New Mexico1:24 Stop in Taos (The Burger Stand) HOT & SPICY!!2:06 Stay in Santa Fe in a PUEBLO! Pueblo Bonito Bnb2:33 Meeting Owner Amy Behm, History and stories to tell3:35 Walk to town and music surprises4:45 Art and artists5:20 Assisi, Italy - natural connections6:10 Window shopping in Santa Fe6:37 Good Eats - 315 Restaurant and Wine Bar7:05 The Best BREAKFAST! Tamales and chicken stew!7:40 Visit me next week as. we stop in Texas to do some hiking and Oklahoma, OK!Check here for more information on travel planning help with European ITINERARIES or BOOTCAMP!More CONTENT:
Episode #123This episode discusses 3 important things everyone should know about Thanksgiving, from its founding to the attacks on it today. Listen to find out about the Christian heritage of Thanksgiving Day and how we must stand strong to keep the foundation front and center.Click here to sign up for our FREE 5-day BOOT CAMP.Visit ryanshoward.org/freedownload to learn more and download 21 Days to a New Workplace You to set your FAITH ON FIRE and jump start your faith at work journey today.View the episode transcript at ryanshoward.org/episode123.
O alemão é uma língua com muitas variações, e, conforme o tempo passa e o alemão padrão é mais difundido, os dialetos vão perdendo seus falantes. Neste episódio do nosso podcast de pronúncia, vamos fazer uma comparação entre algumas palavras do alemão padrão (Hochdeutsch) e do dialeto de Berlim, a capital da Alemanha. Não se esqueça de dar uma olhada na expansão de vocabulário no nosso portal! É só visitar fluencytv.com. Aproveitem! Tschüs!
Ed Vodrazka is retired Southern California lifeguard who has spent the past 45 years dedicated to keeping swimmers safe. In today's episode Cody and Ed discuss the vigorous training Southern California Lifeguard candidates are challenged with and cover some of the notable experiences Ed had as an ocean lifeguard. Earlier this year Ed released a book titled Stories from Sea Level. In the book he details epic stories of other lifeguards conducting rescues over the years. If you are interested in this book go check it out on Amazon. If you would like a signed copy from Ed Vodrazka himself listen up to the last few minutes of the episode to get his Venmo (or search his name). Once you find him on Venmo, send him $20 and include your name and mailing address in the description. Watch Full Episode on Youtube HERE.
This week is the start of the year-end holiday season in the United States, which is associated with a lot of personal and professional stress. This episode looks at meditation as a concentration practice that can help you center yourself before writing. When I was a kid, an adult I trusted made some negative comments about meditation that stuck with me a long time. Even though I logically reject those comments now as being incorrect, I still sometimes remember them and think I may be judged for sharing my practice with anyone (let alone with the entire internet). Ironically, meditation itself helped me become aware of the impact those comments had on me, and on deciding I wanted to change my mind about what that person had said. This week's episode includes a short meditation at the end. MENTIONED ON TODAY'S EPISODE Jack Kornfield Tara Brach Sylvia Boorstein WCP 16 Freewriting for freelancers WCP 66: Reading and advice from Margaret Atwood WCP 122 Freelancing while sick SHARE THE WRITING COACH PODCAST WITH OTHER WRITERS Subscribe and write a review of the Writing Coach Podcast on Apple Podcasts. Share your podcast takeaways and tag Rebecca on Instagram: @freelancewriterbootcamp WORK WITH ME Apply for the January 2022 session of my small group coaching program, Freelance Writer Bootcamp. Break into your dream publications and get paid well while covering stories that matter. Bootcamp alumni have used these proven pitching processes to break into the New York Times, the Guardian, Bustle, Fodor's, Condé Nast Traveler, Al Jazeera, the BBC, and many more. We cover all the external skills to improve your pitch acceptance rate, and the internal mindset work to keep you from getting in your own way. Let's get started: www.FreelanceWriterBootcamp.com More info and complete show notes: www.rebeccalweber.com/podcast154
Join Sal's Syndicate: https://www.angelinvestboston.com/our-syndicates Sponsored by Purdue University entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, patent attorney at Fish & Richardson Hesitant about investing in biotech startups? Founder Çağrı Savran and I discuss the unique opportunities and requirements of angel-scale life science startups. This is the first in a series of biotech angel bootcamps. Highlights: Podcast Sponsored by Purdue University Entrepreneurship and Peter Fasse, Patent Attorney Sal Daher Introduces Founder, Çağrı Savran, PhD Purdue University Now Evaluates Professors of Engineering on Translation of their Technology to Industry as Well as on Publications and Citations Episode Created for Angel Investors Who Are Hesitant About Biotech Savran's First Round of Funding Was Very Easy, the Subsequent Three Rounds Took Great Effort Several Walnut Members Had Invested in SQZ, Which Also Had a Fast Angel Round “...they saw parallels between SQZ and Savran.” ” If somebody is taking too much time to think, they're probably not interested and that's okay. You don't need the whole world...” “...it's similar to marriage... Sometimes it clicks, sometimes it doesn't click.” There Are Many People Looking for Attractive Investment Alternatives – It's About Finding Those People Sal Asks About an Alternative Way to Fund Biotech Startups that Could Be More Efficient in the Long Run Angels Should Consider Staging their Investment in Biotech Startups Over Four Years with Annual Drawdown Based on Milestones Staged Funding Would Provide a Stable Financing Path So Founders Can Focus on the Business Angel Investors Have Contributed Much More than Money to Savran Tech; Advice, Introductions and Encouragement Çağrı Savran Wants Angels to Appreciate All the Trial & Error Involved in Building Life Science Companies When Things Work Out, Life Science Companies Can Build a Lot of Value Due to Strong Barriers to New Competitors Software Startups Face Stiff Competition Due to Low Barriers to Entry for Competitors “...you need to worry about minimizing user-to-user variation, especially if you're making an instrument. It's not like a computer code where if you hit a couple of keystrokes, it doesn't matter who it is that's hitting the keystroke.” Biotech Startups Have Different Metrics for Progress from Software Startups Biotech Startups Tend to Collaborate with Big Players; Software Startups Usually Compete Strong Patents Are Needed to Make Biotech Startup Valuable to Strategic Players “If the startup is making progress, it will have built a prototype.” Maturation of the Technology Is an Important Measure of Progress, It's What Will Get the Company Acquired Founder-Led Companies Are Special Startups Can't Afford Experienced People in Management but They Can Get Them on the Board “...the lesson here for angels is, don't expect a professional CEO in a life science startup.” We Are Living in a Time of Miracles; Biotech Miracles There Are Promising Biotech Startups that Can Flourish with Just $5 Million in Funding – Angel-Scale Biotech Startups Topics: biotech, management, angel investing strategies
Welcome to Masculine Journey fellow adventurers! This week the guys are live form Fall Boot Camp 2021. The journey continues, so grab your gear and be blessed, right here on the Masculine Journey Radio Show. Be sure to check out our other podcasts, Masculine Journey After Hours and Masculine Journey Joyride
Do not let what God told you that you could have die. Yes, your circumstances may look dry but God said He will supply all of your needs. He will give you more along the way than what you started with. To join our 6-week Boot Camp sign up here: https://exceptional-writer-3456.ck.page/1d12d98af2 Scripture of the Week- Genesis 21:17-18 Cashapp: $ShelenaDevette Follow Shelena on Instagram @iamshelenadevette Emails and Bookings- firstname.lastname@example.org Shop Shelena's Collection Boutique- https://shelenas.com/ Intro Music- Belief by Zii Outro Music- Boss by Beyonce
Happy Thanksgiving Week!! In today's episode I share with you 10 things I am thankful for my narcissistic ex. You may be thinking “hold up, you said narcissist are evil, WHY be thankful for them?” but I share with you exactly why and hope that you will see why you should seek to be thankful as well (not necessarily right now but eventually…it DOES take time!).Reminder: My next Bootcamp starts November 30 and I am offering year end special pricing of $47. Check it out at: www.BigDBootCamp.com Get your debt under control at www.AbolishMyDebt.comDisclaimer: the content provided in these podcasts are the opinion and personal and professional experience of Michelle McEllis and do not in any way constitute professional legal advice or professional mental health advice.
From losing $50 million in the market crash of 2008 to the success he enjoys today, Rod Khleif's experience involves both remarkable triumphs and spectacular failures. Rod is a multiple business owner and philanthropist who is passionate about real estate, business, and giving back. As one of the country's top business, real estate, and peak performance luminaries, Rod has owned over 2,000 homes and apartment buildings and has built over 24 businesses in his 40-year career. His work dives into the psychology of success, and brings incredible first-hand, technical, and motivational knowledge and skills to any real estate, business, or success-based discussion. Rod also founded The Tiny Hands Foundation, which has benefited more than 85,000 community children in need. Bob and Rod Discuss the emotional journey from having it all to losing it all and everything in between. [4:02] 90% of our success is attributed to our mindset and our psychology. [10:23] "There's a reason that the acronym for belief systems is BS, because 99.9% of them are just that; they're BS." [12:15] Whatever you say, your brain is hearing. [19:40] We'll do more to avoid pain than gain pleasure. [23:58] See your future. Be your future. [26:23] Never achieve a big goal without having other goals lined up behind it. [28:39] The science of achievement versus the art of fulfillment. Rod delivers the blueprint for Multifamily Mastery in an intensive live bootcamp event on Dec 3-5, 2021 in Orlando, Florida. Text "multifamily" to 72345 (USA) or visit multifamilybootcamp.com to register. MYSA exclusive discount code "RodFriend" and grab your ticket for $197. Connect With Rod Khleif: Website: https://rodkhleif.com/ Podcast: https://rodkhleif.com/lifetime-cashflow-podcast/ Bootcamp: https://www.multifamilybootcamp.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rodkhleifofficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rod_khleif/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rodkhleif/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/RodKhleif FinTech Links Mentioned: Acorns - Invest Your Spare Change.
¿Por qué no hay una versión comercial de Windows sobre ARM? Os contamos por qué y el estado actual de Windows sobre ARM. ¿Por qué no puedo tener Windows en mi equipo M1? ¿Por qué no existe Bootcamp como sí existía en mis otros equipos con chips Intel? Un acuerdo filtrado entre Qualcomm y Microsoft podría tener la respuesta a por qué no podemos obtener una licencia real y normal de Windows sobre ARM y por qué aún no tenemos portátiles PC con procesadores ARM de otros fabricantes como MediaTek. Repasamos el estado actual de la transición y las capacidades de Windows sobre arquitectura ARM, su capa de emulación y cómo están las cosas para que podamos ver por fin Windows ejecutado de forma nativa en ARM sobre nuestros equipos M1, M1 Pro o M1 Max. Episodio con la colaboración de Randstad Professionals, Imparables https://randstad.es/imparables. Descubre nuestro canal de Twitch en: twitch.tv/applecoding. Descubre nuestras ofertas para oyentes: Cursos en Udemy (con código de oferta) https://acoding.academy/cursos-udemy Apple Coding Academy https://acoding.academy Suscríbete a Apple Coding en nuestro Patreon https://patreon.com/applecoding. Canal de Telegram de Swift. Acceso al canal t.me/desarrollandoconswift. --------------- Consigue las camisetas oficiales de Apple Coding con los logos de Swift y Apple Coding así como todo tipo de merchadising como tazas o fundas. Tienda de merchandising de Apple Coding https://teespring.com/stores/acacademy. --------------- Tema musical: "For the Win" de "Two Steps from Hell", compuesto por Thomas Bergensen. Usado con permisos de fair use. Escúchalo en Apple Music https://itunes.apple.com/es/album/for-the-win/573729318?i=573729656 o Spotify https://open.spotify.com/track/34x22hY9CKf3ZoPjQwZSgc.
Thank you to our sponsors:Sabio Coding Bootcamp is a top-ranked coding Bootcamp that is 100% dedicated to helping smart and highly motivated individuals become exceptional software engineers. Visit their website www.Sabio.la to learn how you may be able to use your GI Bill benefits to train at Sabio. Your tuition and a monthly BAH stipend may be paid during your training period. Grunt Style is an American Veteran-owned and operated company that prides itself in patriotic spirit, with the motto Pride in Self, Military, and Country. Grunt Style makes high-quality clothing, with patriotic themes that wave the American flag with pride. Use the code HUFFMAN to save 10% on your first order. Head over to GruntStyle.comCheck out the full show notes at https://www.airmantomom.com/2021/09/should-i-join-the-military-2/Check out the full transcript here. Thank you to my Patreon Sponsor Col Level and above:Kevin Barba, Adriana Keefe, Lorraine DiazGet your Women of the Military Podcast gear here.Thank you Patreon members for your support. Become a Patreon member today! Click here.
Episode #122This episode discusses a simple daily habit of capturing wins and lessons that has the power to transform your life. Ryan discusses how this habit can lead to massive change in your mindset, how you show up every day, and even how you treat others. Click here to sign up for our FREE 5-day BOOT CAMP.Visit ryanshoward.org/freedownload to learn more and download 21 Days to a New Workplace You to set your FAITH ON FIRE and jump start your faith at work journey today.View the episode transcript at ryanshoward.org/episode122.
Today we continue with Mary, learn about Boot Camp, and laugh at Bri's horrified realization that basic training would be her worst nightmare.For more information visit our website at https://www.mixedmessagespod.comPodcast by Bri Graham and Emily MadiganEditing by Bri Graham and Emily MadiganMusic by Cory AlanGraphic Design by Caitlin DickmanSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/mixedmessagepod)
Do You Think There's Nothing You Can Do to Keep the Bad Guys Out? What a week. The FBI got hacked. Homeland security supposedly is sending out emails about hackers in your network. This is what we're going to talk about to start with today. What are these new emails, and how are they trying to con you? [Automated Transcript Follows] This is a little bit concerning. We know that the FBI's email system got hacked. And for everyone sitting there saying, well, gee, if the FBI gets hacked, there's no way my business can survive an attack. Remember that the FBI is a huge, huge target. They have so many systems, so many people, and the bad guys really, really would love to send an email out as though they are the FBI. [00:00:49] And, they did, they used, they used the FBI's email servers to send out some of these fake emails. I thought that was kind of funny, but be that as it may, the FBI closed. But there are things you can do to protect yourself, to protect your email. And my wife and I have been working diligently on a guide. [00:01:13] Now, you know that I protect businesses. I work closely with the FBI, been doing cyber security for more than 30 years. I kind of hate to admit it. But, uh, you know, you know, I've been on the internet for more than 40 years. So I've been at this for a very, very long time and there are things you can do. So we're making available a guide. [00:01:38] So she's taken a lot of my teachings and is boiled it down. It looks like it's going to be 25 ish pages. And it's just the essential things, the primary things that you can do. To stop your email from getting hacked, your bank accounts, et cetera. There are some pretty simple things you can do. So we're putting that together, and we're also putting together a Bootcamp and both of these are free. [00:02:07] Okay. Absolutely free. And in the bootcamp, again, this book isn't about selling you all of the, my services and stuff. It's giving you. Actionable things you can do. Yes, you can do. You don't need to be the FBI or a cybersecurity expert to do them, but five things you can do that will, I don't know, 10 X, your cybersecurity, really? [00:02:35] It it's, it's that big a deal. And it's going to take you less than an hour to do all of this stuff. So for those people who like the boot camp, so we're going to have. And, uh, you know, one of these zoom things and we're going to do it live and I'm going to explain it to you, spleen it. And you're going to have some homework before the bootcamp, because I want you to have some skin in the game too. [00:03:02] Right. You're not paying me or anything. So I want to make sure that you've done your homework so we can quickly. Go through all of the stuff that we need to cover in the boot camp and people who are interested in kind of being the example, which means they are going to get more information than anybody else. [00:03:21] You can also say, Hey, listen, uh, yeah, please use mine as an example. So we'll look at all of these different things. We're going to focus in on that first bootcamp primarily on. The stuff with passwords, you know, what should you do? How should you do it? How can you tell if your password has been stolen? If your email accounts been compromised, all of that sort of thing. [00:03:44] And you need to be on my email list in order to find out about this stuff. Right. And in fact, when you sign. I've got three special reports that Karen and I wrote that are really going to be helpful for you. These are three that we've been using with our clients for years, but again, actionable. To do right, is not some marketing sales guy trying to sell you the latest, greatest piece of antivirus software that doesn't work. [00:04:18] So you can get that. If you go to Craig peterson.com right now slash subscribe. If you want the deep link, Craig peterson.com/subscribe. We'll go ahead and sign you up. I have a little automated sequence. It's going to send you the emails with all of the attachments. We got one, that's kind of an introduction to Karen and I, you get to see both of us. [00:04:44] And, uh, it's a really cool picture of when we're on vacation one time and you can get all of that again. It's free. This is the free newsletter. This isn't the paid newsletter. Craig peterson.com. Slash subscribe. All right. So I can help you out with all of that free content. And I have lots of it. I'm on the radio every week talking about free, right. [00:05:08] And you can avoid these things. So like, I kind of hate to bring up this FBI hack because as I discussed again with Karen this week, I, I don't want people to feel like there's nothing that they can do. I have a friend, her name's Laura and she's in one of my mastermind groups. And Laura is, was listening to me because another mastermind member got hacked and it had like, what was it? [00:05:36] $45,000 ultimately stolen from him. And we helped them out. And so I was explaining, okay, so here's the things you can do. And. Basically all she heard was, uh, I'm never going to be able to do this. And, and she's a technical person. She teaches people how to become business analysts, which is pretty technical, right. [00:06:00] There's a lot of steps involved in doing business and analyst work. And so I was really surprised to hear from her that she had. The securing herself was just too hard. You know, the FBI gets hacked, et cetera. And so that's why when I came to this realization, the bottom line is, yeah. Okay. It can be hard if you're like me and you've been in doing this for 30 years, you've got the curse of knowledge, right? [00:06:30] So you, you know, all of this stuff, this isn't for you. If, if you know everything, okay, this is for people who. Quite understand what's going on. Definitely don't understand what they should do. Don't know what they should buy. They don't know how to use the free stuff that Microsoft and apple give you and how to pull it all together. [00:06:52] That's what I want you to be able to understand, and we spend time every. Going through this and every newsletter. I have a, an opening now that is a lot about three to five minute read. If that it can be very, very quick read and is helping you to understand some of the things that you can and should do. [00:07:16] So you'll get that as part of the newsletter. Again, Craig peterson.com. That's in my free newsletter. You should see the paid newsletter. Uh, it's a big deal because it's your life. It's a big deal because it's your business. It's a big deal because it's your job on the line. And most of the time, and when I pick up a new client, it's somebody who's kind of the office manager. [00:07:42] Well, frankly, more than your office manager, sometimes the business owner, you know, owner operator says to the office manager, Hey, we got to do something about cybersecurity and then I get. Saying, Hey, can you do a cyber health assessment for us and that cyber health assessment, which we'll do for almost anybody out there will tell you the basic self. [00:08:05] Okay. Here's what you got to do. You've got to update this. You should turn off this software or you should do this and that with your firewall so that they have. I a little checklist, right. That they can run through. That's the whole idea behind one of these cyber health assessment. And then what happens is they say, okay, well, let's, let's talk some more and we go in and talk with them, talk with the owner. [00:08:32] Do they want to do, help them put together a more detailed plan and then they are off and running so they can do it themselves. They can hire someone, they can have us do it for them, whatever seems to make the most sense, but it's very important. To do it, to do something because sitting there trusting the Google's going to take care of you or apple or whomever, it is, uh, you know, trusting Norton antivirus is going to take care of. [00:09:04] I was reading a quote from John McAfee. He's the guy that started the whole antivirus industry. Now, of course, he passed away not too long ago, under suspicious circumstances, but he came out and said, Hey, listen, antivirus is. Because right now this year, these weren't his stats. These are stats published. [00:09:24] You can find them online. Just duck, duck, go them. Yeah. I don't use Google for most things. Uh, and you'll find that the antivirus is ineffective 77, 0% of the time. So, what do you need to do? Well, you need to listen to me here because I am going to help keep you up to date here. Some people are auditory listeners. [00:09:46] You need to make sure that you get the newsletter so that you get the weekly updates and you find out about these free trainings and special reports that we put together. Makes sense to you and you can attend the boot camps where we cover the basically one hour meetings on zoom, just like you're used to, and we cover one or more specific topics and we do it live and we use your information. [00:10:17] The information you want us to have a, do you want us to share? So how could that be better? And it's the same sort of stuff, but deeper dives and more interactive obviously than radio. And you can listen to me here every week. I think it's important that you do, and you understand this stuff. So anyways, ramble, ramble. [00:10:37] It all starts with email. How do you keep your emails safe? You might remember years ago, you, people were getting broken into and emails were sent out using their accounts. Well, that happened decades ago and it's still happening today. So. Right now, Craig peterson.com. I promise you. I am not a heavy marketer. [00:11:01] Okay. You're going to get good, actionable information that you can put to use in a matter of minutes, Craig peterson.com/subscribe. [00:11:13] Our intelligence monitoring indicates exfiltration of several of your virtualized clusters in a fist sophisticated chain attack. Your, I am trying to put on this like official voice. Right. And it didn't do so well anyways, that's what we're going to talk about, right now. [00:11:29] This is an email that came from the department of Homeland security warning about hackers in our network. [00:11:37] Okay. The subject line here, the one I'm looking at, and this is a, the justice week urgent threat. In systems read the email goes on. We tried to black hole, the transit nodes used by this advanced persistent threat actor. However, there is a huge chance you will modify as attack with fast flux technologies. [00:12:01] I don't know if that ties into a flux capacitor or not, which he proxies through. Uh, multiple global accelerators. So this is somebody who doesn't really know what they're talking about. They're just throwing up big words. We identified the threat actor to be. Somebody whom is believed to be in of course, whom wrong usage of the word here, uh, is believed to be affiliated with the extortion gang, the dark overlord, comma, uppercase. [00:12:33] We highly recommend you to check your systems and IDs monitoring. Be where this threat actor is currently working under the inspection of the MCC. I see, as we are dependent on some of his intelligence research, we cannot interfere physically within four hours, which could be enough time to cause severe damage to your infrastructure. [00:12:59] Stay safe. USDA department of Homeland security, cyber threat detection and analysis network analysis. Total control panel. So this is classic when it comes to scammers. And the classic part is that you could do. Is the grammars bad. The wording is confusing, his punctuation is wrong and he's throwing out all whole bunch of words that are used when it comes to hackers. [00:13:35] You know, there are things like advanced, persistent threats. That's one of the biggest problems in fact, businesses have today. But in reality, the way he used it, Incorrect now that's something I would notice cause I've been doing this stuff for more than 30 years, but the average person is never going to notice something like this. [00:13:59] So it's been pretty, in fact, pretty successful now, a little different than usual here. These fake messages don't have attachments. They don't have phone numbers. They don't have web links. Therefore what? Well, your email filter is not going to look at them and say, oh, these look risky. These URL links are going to risky sites. [00:14:26] I'm going to block it. Right. That's what we do. We have the advanced email filtering from Cisco that we use for our client, or that includes their amazing artificial intelligence for phishing and stuff. So an email like this is not go. To trigger those types of alarms. So they're saying don't panic, avoid contacting the FBI for further details and ignore the accusations that are made in the email. [00:14:55] This is so focused though. So is a cybersecurity company. They have, they have a lot of stuff. They have some pretty good stuff. It's not, um, there's not. But spam house is tracking it. Now, if you've ever been blacklisted, it's called black Coleen really by people who might've used your domain to send spam, or maybe you're a spammer, you've heard of spam house and I've been blacklisted before inappropriately. [00:15:25] The good news is my. That I use for emailing is about 30 years old as well. So it's got a pretty good reputation over the years, but spam house is saying now that this is a scam they've been tracking it. It's a well-known scam and it's been widely circulated. To those office managers that I said are often the people who call us when there's a cybersecurity problem, or we get calls from office managers when something doesn't look right with the emails. [00:16:01] And we have a client that had been getting these weird emails and. We were called saying, what's going on, have a look. We looked and we found all kinds of problems. Right? So that again, an office manager approaching us and thinking everything's fine because they had Norton and they had the more advanced Symantec stuff and it didn't catch. [00:16:27] Any of this really nasty stuff, but that's part of what Spamhaus does. And they're looking at it and saying, oh, okay, wait a minute. Now we're seeing these emails come out. They are definitely not coming from, uh, fbi.gov, which is what the return address is. And so spam house tags, it spam. Assassin's going to tag it and, and it's not even going to make it. [00:16:56] Anything, but a log on are our email filter. So a number of people have received it. If you've received this email, I'd love to know it because they really are trying to go after the people who are a little bit more into this now, how do they find them? Apparently? They have stolen the email addresses by scraping them from public sources. [00:17:22] So databases, uh, published by Aaron, for instance, the American registry for internet numbers. And I'm assigned my own number is CP 2 0 5 because I was so early on by Aaron they're the guys that have been managing. The basic internet domain stuff here in the U S for very long time. And it also doesn't mean by the way that Aaron had any sort of a breach. [00:17:47] And really just showing that the crooks behind this disinformation campaign have really been focusing on people who appear to be in network administration, because those are the email addresses and names that Aaron is going to have. So why are they doing this? Why are they sending it out into it's frankly, it's kinda hard to tell some of the emails have a QR code in them. [00:18:18] Now that is intriguing because here's how, again, how a lot of these basic email filters work, they look at it, they say, well, what links are in there? How many links, how much of the email is a graphic? And they understand while it's going to internet bad guys.com. There's the link right there. Forget about it. [00:18:42] I'm not going to forward this email to the intended recipient, but if there's a QR code in that email to almost every email filter out through. It only looks like a graphic. So might've been a picture of your mother as far as it knows. Most of them are not very smart. So w you getting an email, having a QR code in it and saying, oh, that's kind of interesting. [00:19:07] Let's check out that QR code. That's where the hazard com. All right. So be very, very careful fake news like this. It's not only unfair to the people who are accused in it, which is what happened here. There can be accusing your own it department. They can be accusing. People within your department, which is typically what's happening and then what they may try and do now that you don't trust your, it people, your security people, because they're mentioned by name in the email, but remember their names are probably scraped off of. [00:19:47] That you don't trust them. And now they attack you and you don't trust that you've been attacked. Right? So fake news, a term coined by Hillary Clinton during her campaign, but that's exactly what it is entirely fake. So this email, if you get one from Homeland security about threat actors in your systems, almost certain. [00:20:12] Fake fake, fake, fake stick around. We've got a lot more coming up. Don't forget to subscribe. Get my weekly newsletter. I'm going to be published and even more, I think probably starting next month. I'm going to be sending a couple emails out a week because I got to get you guys up to speed so that you're ready for the upcoming bootcamp. [00:20:35] Everybody knows about the chip shortage, right? Uh, computer chips. They're just hard to find. I'm hearing all kinds of ads from Dell lately on the radio. And they're saying just buy now. Well, they're not selling new high-end machines anymore. The white house. This is a story from the verge has allegedly kinda stepped in about Intel's plans to increase chip production. [00:21:04] And you'd think that the white house would be encouraging chip production. Considering the shortages, the justice week, it came out Tesla hasn't been delivering their electric cars. Without USB ports. Other manufacturers are no longer providing you with an electric window for your car. It's a crank window. [00:21:28] Car manufacturers did it to themselves, frankly, by stopping orders for chips during the lockdown, thinking that somehow people wouldn't need cars anymore. And yet their sales of cars went up and when they go. Yeah. Guess what happens to the price? The price goes up, right? Inflation. You have more money chasing fewer goods. [00:21:52] So they really nailed themselves. Don't feel so sorry for some of these car manufacturers. We need more chips. I mentioned one of the manufacturers of PCs, the many of us use in our offices and, and Jews in our homes. Dell is a good company. They have been for a long time. However, you gotta be careful when you're buying computers because Dell makes very low end computers all the way up through good solid servers. [00:22:22] Same. Thing's true with. P Hewlett, Packard, excuse me, Hewlett Packard. Remember those guys back in the day? Yeah. They also make everything from cheap computers that you never would buy should not buy all the way up through really good ones. It's kind of like going to Walmart, you go to the Walmart and you don't want to buy any of the computer sitting there with one exception. [00:22:48] And that is the Chromebook. If you buy a mid tier Chromebook at Walmart, you're going to get a good little computer. Doesn't run windows, doesn't run Microsoft office word, et cetera, but it can still edit those documents. And it's a very good machine that is kept up to date. Just watch the price $110 Chromebook, probably isn't going to last. [00:23:12] It doesn't have much storage on it, et cetera. A $2,000 Chromebook is probably major overhead. So go somewhere in the $400 $500 range for a Chromebook, which is by the way where they're selling some of the laptops, windows, laptops, same price point. I, again, that's why I just wouldn't buy any of that. So we need more chips. [00:23:37] We need higher end chips. They are very hard to get our hands on right now. We're talking about electrification of everything. And if you've heard me on the radio during morning drive time, you know, I've been just bemoaning how the government's putting the horse before the. They're out there saying electric, electric, electric, and shutting down pipelines and coal mining and coal power plants. [00:24:04] Although coal is one of the cleanest energy sources nowadays because of all of the scrubbing that's going on with the output of the coal plant. And also of course, they're, they've been stomping. Most of the nuclear plants from coming online, even though the new. Technology in nuclear is impossible to fail. [00:24:26] They use basic physics to make sure that these things aren't going to do a Jane Fonda, a China's syndrome thing. Okay. So it's just crazy. We don't have the electrical. Even if we put up, it would take literally millions of wind farm, our turbines, and obviously millions of rooms and fields covered with solar cells. [00:24:54] We would still need nuclear. We would still need other sources of power because the sun doesn't shine all the time and the wind doesn't blow all of the time. This is just completely backwards. People aren't thinking it through. It's again, it's the knee jerk. And of course they're investing heavily. They being the Congress, people of themselves, particularly those Congress people like the Al Gore's of the world and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, because they are forcing a move to this technology that isn't ready for prime time. [00:25:31] And at the same time, we are trying to buy electric cars. How are we going to charge them? How are we going to run our homes? It's like Europe, people froze to death last winter in Europe. It's going to happen again this year. And the thing about what happened in Texas last year. Yes. Some of that was because they weren't prepared, but guess what else happens? [00:25:55] Sometimes the wind isn't blowing in Texas. So there's, there's just all kinds of problems. So Intel is saying, well, we got to increase our chip production. Intel's main business right now, by the way, seems to be moving towards making chips on behalf of other people, other companies, rather than making their own chips. [00:26:20] Isn't that kind of interesting. And the industry, the chip fab industry, the ones that fabricate the chips, make the chips are spending about $2 billion a week. According to the latest numbers I saw to try and expand the manufactured. Well, apparently Intel went to the white house because they want some of our tax dollars. [00:26:44] You know, the money they'd take at the point of a gun. They want some of that so that they can build their business, build it back better. And apparently some sources close to the situation told Bloomberg that Intel. Posed making silicone wafers in a Chinese factory, which could start production towards the end of next year. [00:27:12] But in a move that I agree with had the Biden white house, apparently Intel was strongly discouraged due to potential security issues. Yeah, no kidding. Some major security issues here. We don't want to give away our technology to make this leading edge stuff. Think about the U S. We were always the country that people came to for technology. [00:27:43] I mentioned this week on the radio, the cotton gin way back when look at how much labor. That, uh, that cut look at the internal combustion engine. And again, the Teamsters, the horses, the cleanup crews in New York city. Right. All of that went goodbye pretty much because of technology and people got higher technology. [00:28:10] Jobs and everyone became more efficient and that's, what's supposed to happen right now when right now based basically we have stagflation in other words, prices are going up, but we're not getting any more productivity out of it. That's a real problem. And that's why they keep talking about the problems we were having in the late seventies. [00:28:31] And I remember those well, I remember gas lines sitting there in California waiting to buy gas. It was incredible what was happening out there. So Intel thinks it needs to secure funding from the federal government in order to ramp up the production. Bloomberg announced, Orwell said that Intel currently has no plans to produce silicone wafers in China after discussing it with governor. [00:29:01] Officials and it will instead consider other solutions. Now I hope those other solutions are to make those plants, those chip fab plant here in the United States. Let's put ourselves back on a leading edge footing here. Google moved its artificial intelligence lab to China talking about. Anti American thing to do moved it to China, artificial intelligence. [00:29:31] That's something we need. The us needs to be the world leader in some of these technologies. And frankly, we're not the leader anymore. It's it frankly, a shame. So you can check this out. It's on the verge. You'll also find it up on my website. Craig peterson.com. Make sure you sign up for the newsletter so you can get all of these little trainings, you know, five minutes a weekend can make a big difference. [00:30:03] Craig peterson.com. [00:30:05] Hey, I don't want to depress anyone, but Bitcoin is now a 13 year old teenager. And back in January, 2009, Bitcoin was priced at well. Wow. [00:30:19] January 3rd, 2009 is when it was launched. And E Bitcoin was priced at you ready for this point? [00:30:30] Zero 8 cents each. Okay. So, uh, the, uh, uh, and because of that, a lot of people. I have been seen, well, you know, we, we've got to get into this and that in fact, Elon Musk has been kind of pushing up the price of another digital currency. All of the initial price increases in Bitcoin were due to fraud. [00:30:57] According to a lot of reports and we can get into those if you'd like fraud. Yeah. That's a great way to launch a whole new product. And they also played some other games. For instance, the biggest driver of Bitcoin price for a long time was crux. For ransomware. Yeah. People had to buy ransom and pay ransoms. [00:31:25] How do you pay a ransom while usually it was with Bitcoin and that meant you had to turn us dollars or other foreign currencies into Bitcoin. And as economists in the white house, don't seem to understand when there is more money tracing, a limited commodity, the price of the commodity goes up, whether it's gasoline, food, or Bitcoin, and that's exactly what happened. [00:31:58] Percentage wise, how much of an increase has there been in the value of Bitcoin? Um, uh, let me see here. You see if I can figure this out 7 billion, 750000000% increase. Isn't that something now of course we don't all have these magical glasses that let us look forward to kind of figure it out. Out, but it's based on this peer to peer electronic cash system that was written about by, uh, someone or a group of people that went by the pseudonym of Natasha Nakamoto. [00:32:42] And there've been a few people over the years who have claimed that they are the person that started it and maybe one of them is, and may be, none of them are who knows, but this was first published, October 31st, 2008. So about a month later is when it started to trade and it is just incredible here. [00:33:04] Bitcoin was really perceived initially. Threat by government and financial institutions. I think it's still perceived as a threat. My government, they are able to track Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in many cases and the way they track it as well. If you have Bitcoin, what good is it? Unless you can use the Bitcoin to either buy something or to traded for us dollars or another hard currency, that's how they're tracking. [00:33:38] Without getting into a lot of detail here, but it's interesting to look at because the Bitcoin white papers proposing a solution to prevent what they were calling double spending. And when you don't trust a third party necessarily, and that's where we got these logs, if you will, the. Uh, balance sheets that were being used to track everything. [00:34:06] And then you had the voting, you had to have 50% of these systems that were tracking all of the transactions, agree on a transaction, et cetera. And that's actually been a problem for Bitcoin because of the. Intermediaries, you have to go through or get to approve your transaction. It's a, frankly, a problem that's really slowed down transaction. [00:34:34] So you can't just go like with a credit card and pay for something that's done. It can take your day or more. Now it's interesting that we're getting close to the ultimate limit of Bitcoin offerings. The blockchains mind blocked number 707,000. Which by the way, offered a mining reward of six and a quarter Bitcoins. [00:35:01] So think about that. Well, it costs you more to mine, Bitcoins than they're worth. If you're trying to do it in the Northeast. Pretty much anywhere in the United States. So don't just run out and start doing it. My son and I, I don't know, five, eight years ago, something like that, we decided we'd start trying to do some mining and we did, and we didn't find any Bitcoins and it was just cooking some machines. [00:35:28] And so we said, forget about it. And we gave out on it. It does have a hard cap. Then it's got a ways to go. I said, it's approaching. It is, but there's 21 million Bitcoin is the hard cap and the community that maintains the software and maintains Bitcoin because it is a committed. Has it been modifying the rules as time went around at about how many Bitcoin you get when you're mining something, into solving these problems and, and how the blockchain works and how many honest and dishonest mentions were in the original Bitcoin white paper and how can they reject invalid blocks? [00:36:18] So there's a lot of technical stuff going on and it's changing. All of the time. And ultimately it's the consensus mechanism that has been slowing it. So when it costs you more to mine, a Bitcoin than you get for it. So let's do a little bit of math here. If we say that how much is a Bitcoin worth right now? [00:36:42] So we say current value of Bitcoin. I'm typing it in right now. So it's about $57,000. Per Bitcoin. If we say 57,000, uh, here we go. 57,000 times, what did I say? Six and a quarter, right? So $362,000 equivalent is what they, the person who mined this block was paying. That sounds pretty good. Doesn't it? Yeah, it really does. [00:37:17] It adds up quite, quite quickly. But when you consider that it costs more to mine, a Bitcoin than it costs, then you, then you get to paid for it. 350, $6,000. That's a lot of electricity on a lot of hardware. And because of that, China has. Down Bitcoin mining operations, because it uses so much electricity and in the United States and in some other countries, but here in the U S and in the UK, some of these Bitcoin mining operations have been buying. [00:37:54] Coal powered power plants, coal fired power plants so that they can produce their own electricity so they can make it worthwhile to mine. So things are going to change. They're going to be changing the rules. As I said, we've got a total of 21 million Bitcoin ultimately. And so far we've only just mined numbers, 707,540. [00:38:21] So the interchange, the rules, I'm going to keep an eye on this because that's kind of an interesting one. Elon Musk, his quote is Crip. Cryptocurrency is fundamentally aimed at reducing the power of a centralized government. And that by the way, can be one of the main reasons that Bitcoin hasn't been really adopted in the mainstream yet. [00:38:42] And Ilan has all kinds of tweets. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, he says, Bitcoin is my safe word. Isn't that? Something he's been primarily the guy behind Dodge coin, which is yet another crypto currency, D O G. Coyne D O G E coin doge, I guess, coin. And you can find that online. I think it has new doge even publicly traded while it's certainly traded as a crypto. [00:39:12] Okay. So doge coin right now is worth 22 cents. It's down from its month, week, and day highs. I'm looking. Here. Yeah. Yeah. So it's gone up and down. It's been worth more. Yeah. A couple of weeks ago. So that's part of the problem with it. If you don't have money that you can absolutely waste, don't buy this stuff and I'm not an investment advisor, but I've never bought any Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency. [00:39:46] And the problem is, and from my perspective that it is not real at all. Yeah, you can say, look at this, I could have made 7000000% on that. Well, you could do the same thing almost if you had, instead of buying a brand new Tesla model as, uh, you know, eight years ago, seven years ago, and paying $77,000 for that. [00:40:11] If you had bought $77,000 worth of Tesla stock, you'd be in the millions of dollars in value. Right? And so we've got the Raven company out there. I don't know if you know these guys or not. I watched a motorcycle show. They're going from the tip of south America all the way on up to San Diego. And they had this reveal and electric truck, which is really quite cool. [00:40:39] Well, they are public right now. They just won. And they have a market capitalization. In other words, a value of ribbon, which has only made a couple of dozen vehicles. That's it? Total. And they're owned by people who work for the company. Their market capitalization is 50% more. Then most of the major manufacturers out there, it's just crazy how much it is worth and why it's because people are looking at it saying, well, Tesla appreciated 7000000%. [00:41:19] Ravion's going to do the same. And by the way, they are cool cars. I love the idea behind. Uh, you know, electric vehicles. It's just that we got the cart before the horse who don't have the electricity. We're not making the hard decisions. We're just ripping stuff out. It's absolutely crazy. By the way, they had a 15% drop in the value of their shares on Wednesday. [00:41:45] Uh, it'll go up. It'll go down. But it's, uh, w it's something we got to test remember? Okay. Cryptocurrency is not it yet of Tesla. Stock is worth something will probably always be worse. Something cryptocurrency is worth something, but tomorrow may be worth zero, and don't go crazy. These market caps of startup companies that have never done anything being worth 50% more than major us auto manufacturer. [00:42:18] What that's crazy. [00:42:19] Clothing prices have been going up. In fact, apparel prices were up 4.2% in the last 12 months. That's as of August, we've got cotton going up. There's a whole bunch of things that are going up and a company out there called dress X thinks it has a solution for all of these prices. [00:42:40] Everything's been going up, I put some gas in my car the other day. I have a, you might know, of course, a 1980 Mercedes and my wife drives a nice little Ford edge, not a particularly big SUV, kind of a guess a mid-size SUV. And I put, I think it was about 15 gallon Zan and it costs me more. 55, $0. I can't believe it. [00:43:12] We used to have a little diesel little Volkswagen Passat diesel. We would drive around and we were getting pretty close to 60 miles per gallon, around town. And diesel was about a buck, a gallon, and it cost 20 bucks to fill the silly thing up. And we could drive all the way down to New York city and back on. [00:43:31] $20 worth of diesel one fill up. Okay. Uh, none of that's true anymore, is it? And we're looking at some increases. It's not like the kind of increase we've seen in certain foodstuffs or gasoline or eating oil. Apparel prices are up and there there's a company out there that thinks that maybe they have a bit of a solution for you. [00:43:56] It's called dress ex I found a video online of a young lady. Who's got a lot of followers, interesting lady. And she was trying them out. She'd tried a different dress or different clothes every day for a month. No, I did not watch all of the video, but I got the basic idea. And the idea is that people are buying digital clothes. [00:44:25] Now I think of that for a minute. Would you pay for a designer? And maybe you would, maybe you wouldn't pay for designer dress, but you know, already like, and AOC is dress that she wore, you know, the lady of the people, uh, only cost. What, w what is it? $30,000. Per seat for her to go to that banquet. And I think her dress was like five or $6,000. [00:44:53] Well, you can get a dress just like AOC. That's designed by a high-end fashion designer for somewhere between 40 and $60. Okay, but it's a virtual dress. It's not a real dress, not in the real world. It's interesting what they're doing and trying to do. If you have used some of these online sites like Instagram, they have various types of what they call filters. [00:45:21] So you can put a filter on you and there's like a makeup filter, for instance, that makes you look like you're all made up, right. That gets rid of all of the blemishes on. In, and there's other filters that do backgrounds and do different things and make you look like you're a kitty cat or whatever. [00:45:41] They'd all kinds of crazy things. Well, this company called dress ex has now come out with filters that you can use in their app. And they don't work too well right now, but people have been buying these digital close to. Now you don't wear them out. Okay. This is really like the King's new clothes. You might remember that story. [00:46:06] Right. And if all you have on are your digital clothes, you don't have anything on. However, what it does is if you're using their app and you're moving around, uh, and with their app, Paste these clothes on you. And it's a little funky right now. It's not the best, but you can bet that's exactly where it's going. [00:46:32] And it reminds me of a blues, Bruce Willis movie. Can't remember the name of it. And, uh, it's I think really bringing up a whole, a whole type of. Dysphoria that I think people are going to have more and more where you're living in this artificial life and that artificial life that you're in now that's called SIRA gets, I was just looking up as we were talking, uh, that artificial life that you're in is so nice. [00:47:05] You don't want to live. In the real world. And I'm starting to see this now with things like dress X, which you'll find online, address x.com. You can now wear anything you want. You can use the filters that are available generally to change. Parents to change your ethnicity, to change anything you want. [00:47:28] And if you ever saw Sarah gets, it was a very interesting movie. I liked it. I watched it because I generally like Bruce Willis and Rosa Mon pike, who were the two primary actors in this movie. But in the movie, everybody was just sitting there. And they were in these 3d chairs. And while you're in that chair, you could be anybody anywhere doing anything and literally anyone. [00:47:57] And so you're sitting in the chair, you can see around you, it looks real, it feels real everything about it is real, at least for the most part, but in reality, And none of it's real. And these people, they, some of them got out of those chairs and while they were out a nasty things happen to them. In fact, it was, he was a cop and they were, uh, investigating some murders of these people who were again, using what they were calling. [00:48:30] Sarah gets nowadays with what our friends over at face. Or doing, you are going to see it called something else. Uh, Facebook, in case you didn't know Facebook changed its name. Now Facebook, Facebook is still Facebook, but the parent company kind of like Google split kind of off and change the company name, uh, Facebook did the same thing. [00:48:56] They're calling it. And the idea is to have this meta universe where again, just like in surrogates, nothing is real, just like on dress ex you can wear any fashions you want to, and instead of paying thousands of dollars, you pay tens of dollars, basically. Now I mentioned that their video isn't very good. [00:49:21] At least not yet over address X, but you can go to dress X. You can take photos of yourself and send them to dress X. They will go ahead and put whatever clothes you want to be. On you it's basically. Yeah, it's Photoshopping, but they do a pretty good job in general. I looked at a whole bunch of them, but it, uh, you know, it, it looked pretty real. [00:49:48] You don't have to consider the fit. You don't have to worry about how big you are because all of these clothes adjust, infinitely a store. Doesn't have to stock a bunch of them. So we're moving. This whole metaverse idea and these digital clothes, which are really a thing nowadays is vice said, vice.com. [00:50:12] We're moving more and more to this unreal world and some real unreal fashions too. I'm looking at some of them and it's, it's hard to even describe them. It looks like there's all of these. Things growing all over the clothes that are coming out and just doing all kinds of weird things. So there you go. [00:50:36] I'm note on fashion. I'm looking right now at a picture that's right in front of the metropolitan museum of art in New York, and a lady is wearing one of the. Digital dresses. Now they tell you what you should be doing. And when you take that picture is aware of skin tight clothes so that they can match the digital close to you a little bit better. [00:51:01] But, uh, w w we'll see, she's saying that in this project, Tweet at the, in front of the mat, she's saying I just can't wait for the met gala. What it'll look like in 21, 21, because you know what, she's not wrong about this. It's really coined to change. There's some real cool stuff. Go to my website. If you want to see this, you can find it on vice, but I have a link to it. [00:51:24] Just look for this. Show notes and you'll find it right there. In fact, you're getting even search for on my website because I have everything transcribed. Just look for digital clothes because there are thing now. Hey, I also want to talk a little bit here about. The, uh, the next little article, which is what's happening right now with apple. [00:51:48] And you've probably heard about these ID cards in Austria right now, they are stopping people randomly and asking for their papers. They want your papers. If you are, have not been, they call it vaccinated. It's not a vaccine. Really. It's still funny to see the CDC change to the definition of vaccine, just so it meets their jab standards. [00:52:16] But, uh, if you're not vaccinated, there's an immediate, it's about of $3,500 fine that the police officer will issue to you. And of course, there's police everywhere. Just stopping people randomly and asking for their papers. Well, apple is making various us states that have decided they want to use a digital ID card. [00:52:43] For customer support and also for some of the technology. Now, the initial idea behind this, and Apple's been working on it for a while, is that you can have your driver's license in the iPhone wallet, app, more secure. It's certainly more convenient for most people. Sometimes you might forget your wallet, but most people don't forget their iPhones. [00:53:10] Yeah. The feature when combined with Apple's biometric security measures really could also cut down on fraud. So we've got about a half a dozen states right now that have signed up with apple and our pain part of the freight for these things. And when they pull you over and ask for your papers, you'll have them right there in your iPhone. [00:53:32] Isn't that handy stick around. We got more to talk about. Thanks for joining. Today and visit me online. 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Organized, intentional and systematic. That are the three words that come to mind when I think about one of our long-time #GetSocialSmart Academy members and Realtor, Betti Russo. I had the pleasure of chatting with Betti recently on a Facebook Live. She offered to come on our show to share behind the scenes how she maps out her weekly videos, how she systematically distributes her content and the big impact it's made on her business. I can't wait for you to take a listen!Please note, at the end, we chat about our 3-Day Bootcamp which at the time of this podcast, the Bootcamp has already taken place. But, the good news is that if you are part of our Academy family, you can watch the full Bootcamp on-demand. Here is the link for more info: https://katielance.com/academyAdditional Links: Original Facebook Live broadcast Connect with Betti on Instagram The Know Like Trust Podcast Check out lots more interviews on the podcast here Do you have ideas for topics for our podcast? Email me at email@example.com Visit me at KatieLance.com for more info about my speaking, consulting and our # GetSocialSmart Academy Follow me on Instagram for more behind-the-scenes into my life and business @katielance (Enjoying this podcast? Tag me on IG and let me know!)
Marketing your business may seem scary or overwhelming. If you don't have money set aside in your business budget for marketing, you may not be getting the type of traction you want. You may not be getting the number of clients or bookings you want. Some businesses have HUGE sums of money set aside for marketing. Think of how much it costs to put in a commercial during the super bowl. MILLIONS, right? It costs about 5 and a half million dollars to advertise a 30 second commercial in the superbowl. Now, nearly 100 million people view the super bowl, not to mention all of the people who come back after the fact, just to watch the commercials on YouTube. I know that I certainly do that. If we do some rough estimating….and I mean rough. It actually breaks down to spending about one dollar and getting 20-30 people viewing the commercial.That doesn't sound terrible right? On a recent facebook ad campaign I ran, I calculated it out and found that my ad spend for nearly the same exposure was priced pretty similarly. I could reach about 30 people for 80 cents. Fascinating. To think that I'm able to have the same budget spend ratio as someone who advertises in the Superbowl?However, let's contrast that to what happened when I created content using my Brand Builder's Formula. I was able to create a 30 second commercial for myself and it was seen by over 3,000 people, that were mostly in the realm of my ideal community, for FREE. Then I did it again the next week, and the next week. Even when I create a post for myself and it's seen by 40 or 50 people, I can do it for free.Having a marketing budget is amazing and it helps you to grow bigger faster, but if you aren't utilizing the tools that you have right now for free, how will you ever be successful enough to even have a budget to pay for that growth?This is where branding is the solution to market you and your business for free, vs spending any amount of money. If you have listened to episode 86, I talk about the 4 pillars of a stand out brand. I say this over and over again. When you build these pillars: Visibility, Vision, Visuals, and Viability, you are able to create a brand that attracts clients to YOU in your sleep. This is what I teach in Brand Builder's Bootcamp. Listen to the episode to hear two case studies. If you are not a massive company with a HUGE budget for marketing, or even if you are, you have to understand fundamental principles I teach in my Brand Builder's Formula in order for you to get that next client and grow.The advertising and marketing world has changed. We can't just list an ad in the newspaper and expect people to come running. If you're an online business, there's not even a newspaper to do that in.Social media advertisements, like Facebook ads, have evolved. When you are using Facebook Ads to market your business, you have to put into action a strategy. You still have to build your know, like, and trust factor. A single advertisement will not work. People see far too many advertisements and we've become numb to them. You must "woo" your next clients, you must provide them with value while positioning yourself as the expert. It's a fine dance, but it will be the difference between endlessly putting content out there with no direction and getting nothing out of it and actually having a strategy that works for you and attracts clients in your sleep.So how do you advertise and market yourself for free? You build a personal brand using the four pillars in the Brand Builder's Formula. Visibility, Vision, Visuals, and Viability. It's as simple as that. Want to learn more about this formula? Click below to learn more about Brand Builder's Bootcamp.Join Brand Builder's Bootcamp TODAY!
Stew Smith is a prior Navy Seal who's now trained thousands of BUDS candidates to achieve success in Elite Military positions. Even Rescue Swimmer Mindset hosts, Cody and Vince, used Stew's programs to achieve success in Coast Guard Helicopter Rescue Swimmer school. On this episode, we discuss the mindset, physical conditioning and the challenges undertaken by Navy Seals and Rescue Swimmers. Watch Full Episode on YouTube HERE.
When he was 23 years old, Coss Marte was removed from the streets of the Lower East Side and sentenced to 7 years in prison. In jail, Coss quickly learned that he was in extremely poor health. So he started working out in his cell and in the prison yard. Soon other inmates joined him. Then, an organization called Defy Ventures showed up at the facility and helped him learn how to turn his passion for fitness into a business venture. When Coss was released, he returned to the Lower East Side and opened CONBODY, a prison-style Bootcamp. Coss' story is an incredible journey of grit and redemption and highlights the importance of caring for our body and our voice.
In today's podcast I give you 4 core principles of self-care that are NOT a spa day (don't get me wrong, a spa day is awesome!). Self care is vital at any point of the divorce process, especially when divorcing a narcissist. This is even more important is you have kids! You are the rock for our kids, the protector against the abuse, and the one who step out on your own strength. Self-care is the maintenance of the machine of you! Just like your car needs to be maintained, so do you! Enough sacrificing! Reminder: My next Boot Camp starts November 30 and I am offering year end special pricing of $47. Check it out at: www.BigDBootCamp.com Get your debt under control at www.AbolishMyDebt.comDisclaimer: the content provided in these podcasts are the opinion and personal and professional experience of Michelle McEllis and do not in any way constitute professional legal advice or professional mental health advice.
This episode covers:A study that gives us a much-needed reminder at this time of yearA recommendation for something that I've shifted about my meal planningAll about how to make healthy choices during the holidaysListener Q and A on how to politely decline holiday treats and balancing drinking alcohol with a healthy routineLinks I mentioned during this episode:Join Revitalize: https://www.thelyonsshare.org/revitalizeFREE 50-Day Challenge: https://bit.ly/lyons50dayHealthy Holiday Swaps (free download): https://mailchi.mp/thelyonsshare/healthyholidayswapsHoliday Mindset blog post: https://www.thelyonsshare.org/2020/11/16/the-time-to-set-your-healthy-holiday-mindset-is-now/Farmhouse Delivery (code LYONSHARE for 10% off): https://farmhousedelivery.com/Farmacology book: https://amzn.to/3n0wNXsCancer and inactivity study: https://journals.lww.com/acsm-msse/Abstract/9000/Proportion_of_Cancer_Cases_Attributable_to.95939.aspxHow to take action after listening to this episode:Take a moment to contemplate your healthy holiday mindset. If you haven't started the 50 day challenge, start now by joining at the link above. If you have a party or event coming up, make a plan now. It's all about taking ONE little step to get closer to the health that YOU want. Happy Holiday Season!
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Presented by Pro Taper Can you believe that we're already halfway through November? Before you know it, we'll be waiting for our passes at Angel's Stadium at Anaheim One! This week on the Pro Taper Kickstart Podcast, co-host Alex Ray phones in from the California high desert, where he's three weeks deep into pre-season boot camp with Carson Mumford, Derek Drake, and. their trainer, Davi Millsaps. Anton talks about the Hoosier Arenacross he attended last weekend, Chase and Donn discuss last week's grueling 250 shootout, and we all predict how many hours (or minutes) ARay's new Honda CR250R two-stroke build will last before he blows it up.
In this episode we'll talk about 7 common Functional Interfaces that Java provides to us. UnaryOperator, BinaryOperator, Supplier, Consumer, Function, Predicate and BiPredicate Interested in starting your coding career? I'm now accepting students into an immersive programming Bootcamp where I guarantee you a job offer upon graduation. It is a 6 month, part-time, online Bootcamp that teaches you everything you need to know to get a job as a Java developer in the real-world. You can learn more via https://www.coderscampus.com/bootcamp
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In this episode, you get the first session from my most recent Podcast Profits Bootcamp. Here, we help you discover why we podcast. Then, we help you incorporate that "why" into your podcast content. I had a client tell me, "If we are able to generate leads, that is awesome. If we are helping change people's lives, and they are reaching out to us, that would be a success. Becoming a resource is the goal." SUCCESS What does success look like to you? Have you determined your passion? Your podcast allows you to leave your mark on the world. You can spread your message and make an impact if that is your desire. Before you can reach that goal, you need to define that goal. Making money with your podcast isn't enough. You need to develop a deeper desire. A deep, meaningful goal will motivate you to get in the studio every week and record an episode. If you haven't defined that meaningful purpose, finding the motivation to sustain a consistent podcast will be difficult. During this episode, we will help you find your "why". Then, we will help you incorporate that "why" into your podcast content. It is important to provide your audience with a little of your story and the reason you create your content in each episode. This allows your audience relationship develop. Your listener gets to know who you are. RELATIONSHIPS On each episode, include a bit of your why and your story. This is how your listeners get to know, like and trust you. This is how relationships are built. Next week, we will talk about reviewing your episode to reach your goals and get better. If you don't have a mentor who can take your hand and walk you every step of the way, go to www.PodcastTalentCoach.com/apply, click the button and apply to have a chat with me. We will develop your plan and see how I can help and support you to achieve your podcast goals.
"Stripes" from Ivan Reitman, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis hits the Mazan Movie Club. Comic and movie buff Rick Ramos joins Host and Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan to discuss it all. Is this the most quotable movie of all time? Was this a warm-up for "Ghostbusters? Who shines brightest in the supporting roles? What's up with Sean Young? What did we miss with Warren Oates? Is "Full Metal Jacket" the companion piece? All these questions and more get answered. "Stripes' on IMDb Home of the Mazan Movie Club Steve Mazan on Instagram Home of Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan
In this episode we'll talk about a super useful feature that was introduced back in Java version 8, known as Lambdas. The Lambda feature is something you didn't know you desperately wanted or needed until you understood it. The Lambda syntax allows you to write much cleaner and more readable code, while also empowering you to get more done with less code. In this lecture, I'll be referring to some code that you can download via this github repository. Interested in starting your coding career? I'm now accepting students into an immersive programming Bootcamp where I guarantee you a job offer upon graduation. It is a 6 month, part-time, online Bootcamp that teaches you everything you need to know to get a job as a Java developer in the real-world. You can learn more via https://www.coderscampus.com/bootcamp