The Tom Renz Show – The woke left wants us not to judge each other on our actions but instead on our race. Where does this ideology come from, and where does it end? These ideologies are the building blocks of communism, and we've seen where it leads, the complete and utter destruction of a free society...
In this episode of the HR Leaders podcast I'm joined by Lauren von Stackelberg to discuss the building blocks of The LEGO Group's diversity, equity and inclusion strategy. We also discuss how to implement enterprise-wide DE&I, how to shift thinking from competition to collaboration in the DE&I space, and how The LEGO Group are translating DE&I work into its products and customer experience.Lauren is the Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at The LEGO Group. She is an entrepreneurial Equity Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) leader, founder, board member, and charity trustee with experience in complex, multinational environments across six continents in Consumer, Manufacturing, Technology, Travel and Financial Services. as well as being one of the youngest women ever to join the executive leadership team of a FTSE 250 company.
Ryan and George shift their focus on the Colts head coach now that Jim Harbaugh is going back to Michigan. Plus Nathan Baird of Cleavland.com joins the show to discuss CJ Stroud and the guys rank their QBs for the 2023 draft. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode, we react to our first win of 2023 and digging in against Crystal Palace. We talk through Chalobah at RB, Conor in midfield and playing Kai with Auba. We also welcome Mudryk to Chelsea and talk about how quickly things evolved on Saturday. We talk about CFCW stealing a point at Arsenal and coming back from the winter break. Thanks for listening! ▶️ Subscribe to The Premier Chels on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3wVCg4q
Listen today, to discover why reaching your goals has been so hard, and why most likely you have been going about it all wrong. Backwards even. And you are not alone, all of us have been caught trying to reach our goals in this way. But if you want to build the right habits, you have to set the right kinds of goals.
Ohio State focuses their attention on the 2024 class. How does the Ohio HS class look? Can they secure the nation's top two WRs? Who are they chasing at The QB position? https://www.TheSloopCast.comArtist: The Dopamines Song: King of Swilling Powers https://youtu.be/uVOvbDGPQ9Q
Did you know that all Christians were called into full-time ministry? But don't let that intimidate you! Full-time ministry might not mean what you immediately think it does.Join Pastor Jacob Danieley and Westside Fellowship as they continue the sermon series 'Contagious' to examine 5 Building Blocks of full-time ministry from the life and letter of Paul to the Thessalonians.
This week offers a step-by-step guide to braising. Tony and Chef Cindy talk about selecting product, using the right amount of care, and choosing the right wine. Plus, an interesting Chef's Challenge! This episode is a rebroadcast.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a powerful follow up to my last episode, Building Blocks, I shared a story about Legos and building your cleaning company in blocks that are duplicatable. I had developed a building block as an optimized solo cleaner, but there was no scaling needed. I shared in Building Blocks that we created our first scalable building block in 2022 which was comprised on 16 commercial locations and 8 employees. This block earned my family $40,000 income on $166,000 in annual revenue. This is not a good percentage to keep because the first block is very unprofitable. The second block nearly triples our income. There is something vital that I did not mention that really deserves its own episode. How was I able to trust others after being a solo cleaner for 15 years? How was I able to delegate, create systems, and get others to do just as amazing a job cleaning as I did solo? Do you ever find yourself asking that question? Here's the simple answer. You must let go of your control or you'll never succeed with a team. I had lunch with a new friend of mine. Randy Moyer is owner of Moyer Specialty Foods in Souderton, PA. They sell trail mixes and all sorts of goodies that I was so thankful Randy sent me home with that day! I had posted on Facebook a few weeks previously that I was scaling my business and the E-Myth was a big help. He commented that the book helped him successfully scale past $1M several years ago. We had some common friends and decided to meet. That lunch was amazing. Randy is a very interesting guy with a lot of personal freedom. I consider him a new mentor and am thrilled to have the opportunity to highlight his amazing company. Randy mentors many entrepreneurs. There was a point in the lunch while I was telling my story that Randy stopped me and said this. "Ken, that right there is why so many solopreneurs and small businesses fail. You figured it out. You have already overcome the most difficult thing. Now all you have to do is grow." Would you like to know what story I told him? Read the rest of this article at the Smart Cleaning School website
Do you want to faithfully build your home (your family) like the wise woman of Proverbs 14:1 but feel overwhelmed by all the things you "ought" to do? Do you wonder what such a woman might look like and if it's even possible for you to attain to such a status? In this episode we "travel" to the lumberyard, vineyard, olive grove, and more to learn of some key building blocks, and their applications, in order to answer these questions and find the encouragement we need regardless of our season of mothering. Join me as we continue our Proverbs 31 series, "Finding a Woman of Worth: A Portrait of a Woman." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perspectiveshifts/message
#MentalHealth #body #signalling 0:00 - 2:30 - Intro 2:30 - 19:50 - Developing Inner Confidence 19:50 - 20:58 - Wrap Up Hello Everyone! Welcome to our first segment on Mental Health this week
My boys love to build Legos! It's one of their favorite things to do. You should see the look on their faces when they open a brand new 3-in-1 set on Christmas Day. It's even more awesome to see my 5-year-old building that same Christmas Lego set on the kitchen floor a few hours later while his brothers are working on theirs. Once and a while, I'll even help them if they let me. A few years ago, we got them Ikea furniture for Christmas. Boring, right? Nope. They each got 9 pull-out organizer bins with a table top for their Legos. Oh my, did they run with that one. They spend hours taking every Lego and carefully placing them into the right color-coded bin. It was a win for the boys as they could build their own projects easier with the organizer like a true Master Builder and it was a win for mom and dad as it kept their Legos in one place...sort of. Legos are kind of like a virus. They spread. Legos end up everywhere. Since getting them the Ikea organizers, my boys have used all available flat space on the family room hard floors, kitchen table, and certainly their bedroom tabletop areas and floors to construct massive Lego ciites. They combine other building materials like Duplo and wooden blocks from games we have like Giant Jenga and Kapla blocks. They bring their stuffed animals and plastic animal toys into the creation and then play for hours. It's mesmerizing. Boys love to build. We went to Lego Land last year as well for a day. This was heaven on earth for a then 4, 8, and 10-year-old boys. The 4-D theatre, ride, and laser challenge were highlights. The part that I liked the best was the giant Legos. While the boys were playing in the 3-level playground, I found the pile of rubberized Legos in the parent waiting area. Each block is around 4-by-8 inches and they had a lot of them. I wanted to relive my Lego glory days and impress my sons when they got done in the playground. One thing or block lead to another. After 30 minutes I had constructed a 4-foot tall enclosed structure with entrance and roof. My boys saw it and immediately the youngest ran inside. "Wow, Dad. This is cool. Did you build this?" Oh yeah, my ego was satisfied. I got pictures of all 3 of my boys inside my castle. In fact, other kids were in line to do the same. They thought my house was part of Lego Land. "Actually, I built this."... "Really, you did this?"Oh yeah again, double boost to my ego.Read the rest of this article at the Smart Cleaning School website
#281 StorySlide (with Osama Dorias)Nice Games Jam 2022.10.06 Game designer Osama Dorias returns to the clubhouse to help design a game that can be played remotely, and provides some (much needed?) structure to the Nice Games Jam process. Stephen is obsessed with Bananas, Ellen contemplates her mystery banana gift, and Mark realizes some of these concepts might be too complicated for small children. Osama previously joined us for episode 211: Building Blocks of Design This isn't the first time we'd had a guest join us for a Nice Games Jam: Blame the Cat! (with Monica Fan)Osama on TwitterOsama's podcast is "The Habibis"Playtest MaterialsThe slides we created for this episode's playtest.The Noun Project Prompt "Design a game that can be played remotely with (Osama's) children (and ideally is still fun for adults)" Game type Tabletop game Player count 3-6 Materials Electronic system for sharing slides (such as Google Slides)A voice connection with remote playersA set of slides or icons/drawings/clipart to create the set of slidesA system for privately messaging players Setup Create a set of slides (12) with icons, drawings, photos, or clip-art, if not using a pre-made slide deck. Each slide should contain 3 items. Pick a Game Master (usually one of the adults playing the game).The Game Master comes up with one group objective with two parts: A protagonist/hero.A conflict for the protagonist.The Game Master comes up with one secret objective for each player: Each secret objective should start with the phrase “The hero should...”Ideally these will be randomly assigned. Rules Player order goes to the left and does not changeThe game ends when you run out of slidesEach slide should be a simple phrase or sentenceGameplayPlay starts with the Game Master describing the first slide, starting with the phrase “Once upon a time..”Play continues to the player on the Game Master's left and the slide progresses.This player chooses one of the three pictures on the slide to incorporate into the story with a phrase or sentence.Play continues to the left with a new slide. And continues around the circle, with each player getting a new slide (the Game Master may now sit out of the storytelling), until there are no more slides left.The Game Master may provide an epilogue (and explain what an epilogue is to the children playing the game) as desired. Note: Defining 'Epilogue' will not be out of character for this game, as in this episode's run-through Mark would have had to explain to kids: headbanging, Ska, life in 1998, mosh-pits, micro-cassettes, and a reference to 'Spaceballs.'At the end of the story, players try to guess each others individual objectives.
Seattle Kraken Play-by-Play Voice John Forslund joins First Up to help tee up tonight's game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Forslund shares his thoughts on the up-and-down season of Shane Wright, Matty Benier's impressive rookie campaign, the depth scoring that the Kraken has received all year long, and more.
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Fr. Patrick preached this homily on December 30, 2022 at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Wadsworth, OH. The readings are from Sir 3:2-6, 12-14, Ps 128:1-2, 3, 4-5 & Mt 2:13-15, 19-23.
My gift to you: A complete 21 step strategic planning process, without interruption, designed to show you how to create powerful and practical plans to dominate the 2023 year. Make sure to share the love by sending this to 3 of the people who most need this powerful tool. Go to Imnotyou.com/dominatetheyear to download the planning formula worksheet. Share this episode with at least 3 of your friends, teammates or family who you want to go along this journey with you. (00:00:00) Intro // imnotyou.com/dominatetheyear (00:01:58) Step 1: WINS (00:11:02) Step 2: LOSSES (00:25:16) Step 3: NEW GAME (00:35:25) Step 4: RUN THAT BACK (00:42:21) Step 5: STANDARD OF PERFECTION (00:51:54) Step 6: OFFLINE (00:57:37) Step 7: DRAFT DAY (01:09:02) Step 8: THE DALIO TECHNIQUE (01:18:53) Step 9: EASY MONEY (01:26:37) Step 10: BUILDING BLOCKS (01:35:00) Step 11: MILESTONES (01:42:23) Step 12: MAJOR KEYS (01:50:22) Step 13: INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTS (01:55:12) Step 14: WEST COAST ANTICIPATION (02:06:52) Step 15: MASTER YOUR ENVIRONMENT (02:13:48) Step 16: BULLETPROOF ACCOUNTABILITY (02:18:09) Step 17: DARK SIDE MOTIVATION (02:23:53) Step 18: DIVINE MOTIVATION (02:27:45) Step 19: GOAL MASTER PLAN (02:31:14) Step 20: THE CLOSE (02:37:04) Step 21: AGGRESSIVE ACTION (02:47:12) Conclusion // imnotyou.com/coaching
As you've likely seen in the news and on social media, it's happening everywhere. Listen to this episode of “The Fleet Success Show” as RTA CEO Josh Turley and former trucking executive Jeff Jenkins dig into this trending topic.Have feedback on the show? We'd love to hear it! Send us your comments, questions, and feedback anywhere on social media @FleetSuccess, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Want a copy of “The Fleet Success Playbook”? Reserve your copy today!Don't forget to share the show with your colleagues and friends, and of course, subscribe to "The Fleet Success Show" anywhere you listen to podcasts!
There's a lot to consider when growing a firm—branding, demand generation, and of course how your values fit into what you want to accomplish. When it comes time to put it all together, what's the correct sequence? On this Elementality, Reese and Carl join several of their peers in a roundtable discussion addressing common challenges facing advisors.
Father Dave Heney joined Josh for a conversation about the essentials in the life of faith. [ENCORE] Topics included: today's Gospel unpacked (7:49), the virtues of a good spiritual life (14:09), knowing God's will for us (20:57), how do we pray (25:43), Caller: Mary is part of my spiritual life (33:04), how to keep the main thing central (38:57), sacraments (41:43), the importance of the faith community (44:34).
Who signed with Ohio State? Who did Ohio State lose out on? NIL has completely broken college football, what happens now?https://www.TheSloopCast.comArtist: Abertooth LincolnSong: Hell House https://youtu.be/NeXTPcJmRyw
Building Blocks: Replacing Raiola Dylan Raiola decommitment, so now what? Ohio State looking to the portal to patch some holes in the depth chart. But they still need to close out the 2023 recruiting class.https://www.TheSloopCast.comArtist: Abertooth LincolnSong: Soup for My Family https://youtu.be/Wvuqs76-1Zs
Dan and Nick dive into the second part (part deuce) of their first mailbag show in quite some time with a slew of questions ranging from which Giants are now considered their core building blocks, to which positions they should target in free agency vs. the draft, a pair of intriguing interior offensive linemen they can target in free agency, the updated three biggest roster needs and a lot more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Would you be interested if I could break down emotions into a logical process? Hermione Granger accused Ron of having the emotional range of a teaspoon, (Yes, I am a harry potter nerd) men are often accused of being emotionally out of touch. What if I told you that likely you were never taught about your emotions in a man friendly way? On this Episode of The Fallible Man Podcast we're going to do just that! We know enough about emotions to be able to define them fairly well. We can talk about being 'happy' or 'sad' because we've understood these concepts since we were small. But truly understanding an emotion can seem complicated, especially when you're pushed to explain it. There are Four Building Blocks of Every Emotion and on this episode you will learn. What are the 4 Building Blocks of Every Emotion How to identify how they interact Which ones you can effect and which ones you can't How this information will help you manage your emotional state If you enjoyed this show please share it and leave us a review at https://www.thefalliblemanpodcast.com/reviews/new/ The video version of this show is available on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/@thefalliblemanpodcast and Rumble! https://rumble.com/c/c-2176422 Register for our Live or Virtual Conference “The Phoenix Men's Conference” https://www.thefallibleman.com/thephoenix Fallible Man Coaching Services: If you need some help conquering your goals, building a plan and seeking the life you want to live you can find me at www.thefalliblmean.com/coaching and schedule a discovery call and work with me directly. Actually get a GOOD night's sleep! Go see my friends at https://www.ghostbed.com/pages/fallible and use the code “fallible” for 30% off your order! It's what I sleep on and what I count on!
2:00 - Blues win a nail biter in overtime! 2:15 - Top Free Agents still available: Possible fits for the Cardinals 2:30 - What's Trending 2:45 - How much do you really believe? 3:00 - Blues Head Coach, Craig Berube on the Blues getting back to their game & blocking shots 3:15 - The A's are an embarrassment. How is that model acceptable? 3:30 - Do you trust these QBs to win a playoff game? 3:45 - Building Block or Holding a Spot? Part 1 4:00 - The Gauntlet 4:15 - Is Binnington locked in again? 4:30 - Revisiting the free agent outfielders 4:45 - Building Block or Holding a Spot? Part 2 5:00 - Playing for the team 5:15 - Sports Six Pack 5:30 - Are QBs like Goff proving they can have success in their second stints as starters? 5:45 - What You Missed
This week, we have a jam-packed episode featuring five of our colleagues from a 2022 American Association of Law Libraries panel on APIs. Emily Rushing, Director of Competitive Intelligence, Haynes and Boone, LLP Pam Noyd, Information Resources Manager at Foley & Lardner LLP Erik Adams, Manager of Library Digital Initiatives Manager of Library Digital Initiatives at Sidley Austin LLP, and Chief of Technology at Golden Arrow Publishing LLC Keli Whitnell, Director of Firm Intelligence at Troutman Pepper Christopher O'Connor, Senior Director, Product Management at LexisNexis APIs, or Application Programming Interfaces, have become an increasingly important tool in the legal industry. The panel included members with diverse backgrounds and perspectives, including both librarians and non-librarians. This diversity provided a holistic view of the topic, covering everything from the technical aspects of using APIs to the importance of data quality and vetting vendors. APIs are like building blocks for legal solutions (think: LEGO Blocks), allowing for the flexible sharing of data between different computer environments. This enables more creative solutions than vendors could create on their own and has led to a range of innovative legal solutions. Overall, the panel provided valuable insights into the use of APIs in the legal industry and highlighted their potential for facilitating more efficient and effective legal work. As the use of API's continues to grow, it will be important for legal professionals to stay up to date on the latest developments and best practices in this area. Links Mentioned: Afraid of APIs? Implementing APIs for Law Firm Data Requires Soft Skills as Well How To Evaluate and Get Started with Data APIs If Data is the New Gold, then Law Libraries are a Goldmine: Panning for Gold with APIs Crystal Ball Question: Brad Blickstein discusses the potential for a recession and its effects on the legal industry. He speculates that Alternative Legal Service Providers (ALSPs) will benefit from the downturn, as law departments will be unable to increase headcount. He also discusses the question of where the work done by ALSPs will go once the recession ends and whether law firms will be able to regain the work. Contact Us: Twitter: @gebauerm, or @glambert Voicemail: 713-487-7821 Email: email@example.com Music: Jerry David DeCicca Transcript available on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
On the latest edition of the DNVR Broncos Podcast, Zac Stevens, Ryan Koenigsberg and Henry Chisholm are coming to you to break down all of the latest news in Broncos Country. The guys discuss if they feel better or worse about Sunday's loss to the Chiefs the following day, break down if the Broncos can build off this performance or if it was a fluke, debate if this game helps Nathaniel Hackett keep his job following this season, answer listener questions and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Research shows that young children with stronger Executive Function skills present themselves far differently than their peers and their behaviors and actions stand out a bit more. These children are more involved in their preschool classrooms, they interact more freely with their learning environment, and it's less likely that they get put into “time out”. From there on, these students' journeys puts them on the fast track to develop greater independence and self-sufficiently because they exhibit skills that allow them to maximize the learning opportunities in activities that are the building blocks of formal education.On this episode, Assistant Researcher at the Center for Dyslexia, Diverse Learners, and Social Justice at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Dr. Laura Rhinehart, discusses the nature of Executive Function and early development and ways in which children with ADHD or dyslexia differ in their reading, literacy, and executive functioning skills.About Laura Rhinehart, Ph.D.Dr. Laura Rhinehart is an Assistant Researcher at the Center for Dyslexia, Diverse Learners, and Social Justice at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She received her M.Ed. and Ph.D. from UCLA's Department of Education. Her current research focuses on dyslexia, early literacy assessment and reading interventions, and children's executive functioning skills. Dr. Rhinehart's articles have been published in peer-reviewed publications, including The Reading League Journal and the Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.About Host, Sucheta KamathSucheta Kamath, is an award-winning speech-language pathologist, a TEDx speaker, a celebrated community leader, and the founder and CEO of ExQ®. As an EdTech entrepreneur, Sucheta has designed ExQ's personalized digital learning curriculum/tool that empowers middle and high school students to develop self-awareness and strategic thinking skills through the mastery of Executive Function and social-emotional competence.Support the show
Ohio State looking to the portal to patch some holes in the depth chart. But they still need to close out the 2023 recruiting class.https://www.TheSloopCast.comArtist: The Raging Nathans Song: F---ed Olympia https://youtu.be/ecwk9-9Zsrc
In recent years, an unsettling and controversial subject has been gaining attention. A concerning number of people have inexplicably gone missing, from National Parks and elsewhere- Seemingly vanishing from the face of the earth. Over the past 10 years Former police officer and researcher, David Paulides, has identified unique characteristics in these cases that produce an unusual pattern. But what does the pattern mean? And where did these people go? While recognizing the heartbreak left in the wake of the missing, on this episode of Belief Hole, we attempt to search the furthest boundaries of our reality and open the unseen doors. While Cross correlating new scientific discoveries in quantum physics with ancient tribal and fairy lore, we recount witness reports of real portals appearing from places as wild as remote wilderness to as familiar as your own backyard. Join us as endeavor to explore, Missing 411: Portal Theory
This week, we're talking about the importance of the language we use and why we shouldn't be afraid to define our terms, use even the words that seem most challenging, and think more seriously about the the full meaning of the way we speak. Think deeply about the words you use and hear, and you will be amazed at what is being communicated! SHOW NOTES For more on the importance of language, check out "Abuse of Language, Abuse of Power" by Josef Pieper Need a good, Catholic Christmas gift? Check out the Building Blocks of Faith Series by Kevin and Mary O'Neill.
Tom Zayas & Cranjis McBasketball discuss the recent developments in the Lakers half court Offense, including who is getting the most benefit out of the evolution of the sets, what Patrick Beverley's absence (and return) means for the team, and how this team can continue to build a good offensive system going forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The five elements are the five building blocks of feng shui. The elements are made up of water, wood, fire, earth, and metal. If your home or office feels “off” or uncomfortable, it might be out of balance. Just taking a quick look around your home or office will help you to diagnose if there is too much or too little of an element. In a perfect feng shui world, you'll find all five elements present in a room. This helps to keep the room feeling comfortable, harmonious and balanced – and thus making you more productive, effective, and successful.
Today David explains how Psalm 37:1-5 applies when things are going wrong all around us. It provides the necessary perspective for those who see the need to restore what few people even know they have lost, the Western Legal Tradition.
Today David explains how Psalm 37:1-5 applies when things are going wrong all around us. It provides the necessary perspective for those who see the need to restore what few people even know they have lost, the Western Legal Tradition.
The Apostle Paul says Christians are not to “have fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness,” but are to “expose them.” Yet, when it comes to legislation being filed around the country opposing “gender affirming care” for minors, many Christians are being tempted to join those whose worldview is darkness and, therefore, ultimately unfruitful. David exposes the “dark” worldview to which many are falling prey by using observations by J. Gresham Machen taken from Christianity and Liberalism.