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Jacobin Radio
Jacobin Show: The Erosion of American Democracy w/ Chris Maisano

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 95:25


Jacobin and Catalyst contributor Chris Maisano joins The Jacobin Show for a discussion about democracy in the U.S. Then, in a special, double "Labor Paul" segment, Paul Trujillo weighs in on the latest from the Teamsters Union.The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of liberalism, and the prospects of rebuilding a left labor movement in the US. This is the podcast version of the show from November 29, 2021 with Jen Pan and Paul Prescod hosting.Verso book club: https://www.versobooks.com/bookclubSubscribe to Jacobin for just $10: https://jacobinmag.com/subscribe/?code=JACOBINYTMusic provided by Zonkey: https://linktr.ee/zonkeyPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/jacobinmag See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Single Soul Purpose
The Catalyst to Rapid Breakthrough with Nash Mackey | Ep. 72

Single Soul Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 51:15


Life. Death. Resilience. Rapid Breakthrough. ^Just a few of the topics covered on the podcast today ✨ Soul Purpose Leadership Podcast Episode 72: The Catalyst to Rapid Breakthrough featuring Nash Mackey is now LIVE in your earbuds

ALTER
Rebel Generosity

ALTER

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 17:36


Envisioning the economy of your life Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5Xzy3ewJA8V0YtSxW63TqT?si=727de7c1468d4846 The Alter Together membership: alter.nicolemeline.com The Envision Workshop: https://www.nicolemeline.com/shop/the-envision-workshop Voice memos of your questions: https://www.instagram.com/nicolemeline

In Conversation
SWE #9 F.A.M. with Anthony E. Williams

In Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 58:34


Join us and creator Anthony E. Williams in exploring his story world of F.A.M.!  F.A.M. stands for family always matters.  It's a touching show centered around fatherhood and co-parenting in today's ever-changing times.  Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/TigKK68XE7QClosely based off of Anthony's own life, F.A.M. explores the themes of being a father to a daughter questioning her sexuality, the difficulties of parenting in a blended family, and the toughness of being a stepparent. Another conversation born from networking at Catalyst Content Festival!We discovered three amazing audiences for F.A.M., spoke about new content types to engage those audiences, and even helped Anthony change his pitch to highlight the new discoveries! Watch the Trailer:https://vimeo.com/447998213#fam #family #familtalwaysmatters #pilot #catalyst #catalystcontent #storyworld #storytelling #transmedia #collectivejourney #artists #creatives #worldbuilder #producers #indie #newconcepts #storyworldexplorersSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/inconversation)

EventHubs Podcast
Luke reactions and how he‘s changing Street Fighter, new things we‘ve learned about Street Fighter 6

EventHubs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 40:27


If you'd like 20% and free shipping then go to @Manscaped and use the code EHUBSPOD https://www.manscaped.com/ We got a full showcase of Luke in Street Fighter 5 revealing more of his story, how he functions, and likely some insight into what Capcom will be doing with Street Fighter 6. We recap and expand on what we saw with this final newcomer, and then Catalyst dives into what we've learned about SF6.

Catalyst Podcast
EPISODE 629 - From the Stage // Christine Caine: Do You Want to Be Healed?

Catalyst Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 85:58


In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, we feature Christine Caine from the Catalyst stage, where Christine utilizes John 5 to unpack a powerful question, "Do you want to be healed?" Listen in as Christine provides a timely reminder that the level that God works in you is the works through you and it is to our Father's great glory that we bear much fruit. Keep up with Christine: Instagram: @christinecaine Facebook: Christine Caine Twitter: @ChristineCaine Recommendations: Exercising Your Thankfulness Muscle: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/21/opinion/thanksgiving-gratitude.html

The Embodied Healing Self with Jen Mons
Ep 121 Faith over Fear

The Embodied Healing Self with Jen Mons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 25:16


In this episode, Jen deep dives into the topic of fear. How fear is paralyzing and how it has an energy and a frequency. How fear is a low vibration. Jen also deep dives on how we practice faith over fear. Key Notes: What is fear? How fear can keep us stuck in our lives How fear is an invitation to welcome trust Show Notes: (01:06) Jen deep dives to this week's topic about fear (02:03) How there has been a huge energy of fear for the past two years (03:50) How do we practice faith over fear (05:45) Jen invites you to think of something that you are navigating right now that you are afraid of (10:13) When you notice that you have anxiety or fear over something, find a place and anchor in your body at that moment (10:26) How there is no fear in the present moment  (18:38) What area of your life can you choose faith over fear?   Quotes: (02:44) We fear things that we don't know (03:02) The opposite of fear is love (10:26) The present moment, there is no fear. Fear is in the future. Anxiety is in the future. Regret is in the past. (16:36) What you're seeking is seeking you Links Mentioned: The North Star Collective: https://www.jenmons.com/collective  Episode 13 Welcome Fear as the Catalyst for Change and Live in Abundance with Lloyd Burnett: https://www.jenmons.com/podcast/blog/welcome-fear-as-the-catalyst-for-change-and-live-in-abundance-with-lloyd-burnett Resources: Website: https://www.jenmons.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JenMonsCoaching  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jen.mons/  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXFG_uyCRg9nxM43jS9mvUg    PODCAST DISCLAIMER: This podcast is to educate, inside, and inform the listeners of various pathways to wholistic well being.  This information is not to replace the advise of your physician, specialist, medical doctor, therapist, nutritionist or dietician. Please refer to full Medical Disclaimer Here.

Plant Strong Podcast: Empowering Women in Church Planting
83. Race and Responsibility: Engagement for the Long Haul - Yucan Chiu

Plant Strong Podcast: Empowering Women in Church Planting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 57:55


Today Lisa interviews Yucan Chiu who serves on the leadership team of Stadia as Catalyst for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. In this timely interview Yucan highlights the need for personal relationships and deep self-reflection into who God is calling us to be as we continue to plant churches that care for all people. Prophetic Lament by Soong-Chan Rah Healing Prayer by Dennae Pierre Rally by Britney Winn Lee

Higher Density Living Podcast
Creational Leadership - Leading in Love and Light Part 2

Higher Density Living Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 36:43


In this episode, Alex and Jason tackle the micro aspects of Leadership as a bridge between you as leaders to your followers as co-creators of your leadership. You are in control of everything within your Free Will and Personal Responsibility. You are a Catalyst of Creation itself. Let us join them as they lead us into Creational Leadership. www.higherdensityliving.com

Raising a Powerful Girl
The Gift of Neurodiversity Celebrating unique journeys

Raising a Powerful Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:19


Amy Renee is an Intuitive Coach, Spiritual Mentor and practitioner of Shamanic Arts. She Serves as a Catalyst, Guide and Inspiration for Personal and Planetary Change.Her journey of ADD led her to healing the pressure, shame, and wounds that come from an ADD diagnosis and others like it. It is her mission to create a world where uniqueness belongs and authenticity is embraced. Where we honor our true self, each individual, and awaken the gifts within.Join us on todays episode where we talk about neurodiversity in ourselves and our children and honoring the gifts that come with their uniqueness and so much more

The CU2.0 Podcast
CU 2.0 Podcast Episode 176 Vizo and Aptys on the Reinvention of the Corporate Credit Union

The CU2.0 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:16


 If you had asked me ten years ago what the future was for corporate credit unions I probably would have said: they have one?There were reasons for cynicism: You remember Wescorp, right? There are links in the show notes if you need memory refreshing.But - and this is a huge but - there are literally thousands of small credit unions that needed and still need a corporate credit union to provide crucial assistance in a range of functions, from payments (especially contemporary ultra fast money movement) to short term liquidity.I covered the corporate credit union beat for a few years at Credit Union Times and, while I cannot say the sector every thrilled me, little by little I grew to see corporates as essential in today's credit union universe.  Were the credit union sector to shrink down to a few hundred behemoths corporates likely would vanish.But in a world with 5000+ credit unions, many minuscule, the need for corporates remains.Have they modernized? Are they part of 21st century financial services or are they more of a curio shop of dusty processes and tools?Today you hear the answer.That's because in this podcast you will hear from Eric Dotson, EVP at fintech Aptys, and Jaime Agonstino, Vizo's Director of Marketing and Business Development.  Vizo is the product of a merger of Mid-Atlantic Corporate Credit Union and First Carolina Corporate Credit Union.Aptys enters this picture because it was tasked with modernizing Vizo's payments technology, which had been something of a rat's nest of tangled threads from the two merged in partners.  The tools just would not suffice in what is becoming a realtime payments world, Vizo knew it, and so it brought in Aptys to produce something new, bigger, better.It was a multi-year process. Hear the details here.Along the way you will also hear mention that some other corporates - Alloya and Catalyst - are doing similar with their payments. The message is plain: corporate credit unions are making changes to seek to stay relevant.Listen up.Like what you are hearing? Find out how you can help sponsor this podcast here. Very affordable sponsorship packages are available. Email rjmcgarvey@gmail.comAnd like this podcast on whatever service you use to stream it. That matters.Find out more about CU2.0 and the digital transformation of credit unions here. It's a journey every credit union needs to take. Pronto

Cannabis Talk 101
CEO of Catalyst Elliot Lewis, Attorney Freddy Sayegh, John Reese from Immersia & CEO of Five star extracts Jason Winkler.

Cannabis Talk 101

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 45:34


CEO of Catalyst Connect Elliot Lewis goes off on the government, Attorney at The Foxx Firm Freddy Sayegh tries to calm him down. CEO of Five star extracts & Co-Founder of Immersia Jason Winkler & John Reese share how their vision of Harvest for Heroes came to be. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Southridge Church Podcast (Audio)

Southridge Church is on a mission to be the perfect place for imperfect people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Experience impactful teaching and incredible music at Southridge Church Sunday mornings at 9:00 and 11:00, plus experience Catalyst on Wednesdays at 6:30pm on Facebook LIVE! Connect on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: SRCWV www.southridge.org

Southridge Church Podcast (Audio)

Southridge Church is on a mission to be the perfect place for imperfect people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Experience impactful teaching and incredible music at Southridge Church Sunday mornings at 9:00 and 11:00, plus experience Catalyst on Wednesdays at 6:30pm on Facebook LIVE! Connect on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: SRCWV www.southridge.org

Dream Power Radio
Jennifer M. Alemany – How Grief Can Be a Catalyst for Growth

Dream Power Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 30:00


Death is a fact of life, and eventually we all have to face the passing of a loved one. Grief is hard for everyone and can be devasting when having to face multiple losses within a short amount of time. How do we cope with this pain and manage to go on with our lives? My guest on this episode of Dream Power Radio faced this challenge. The death of her partner forced her to come to grips with the passing of her mother, making her realize she had not fully mourned her loss. How she transformed herself from heartbreak to happiness is the subject of her book, Mark My Love, where she details how the depths of her despair spurred her on to greater personal growth. Jennifer tells us:•how she changed pain into fuel•the main thing that helped her cope with grief•how her dreams helped process her sorrow•the advice she got in a dream that changed the trajectory of her life•how staying physical helps the healing process If you need help dealing with the loss of a loved one, you may find inspiration in this important episode of Dream Power Radio. Jennifer M. Alemany was born in Brooklyn, New York, she is Latin American with a background from Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Cuba. She was the first to graduate from college in her family with an Associate degree in Early Childhood Education from SUNY Cobleskill and a Bachelor degree in Psychology from Brooklyn College. After receiving her Associate degree, Jennifer went on to be a live-in Nanny for a little over a year while she decided which direction to take her career in. While working towards her Bachelor degree, Jennifer started her career in the field of Human Resources. For the past 22 years, Jennifer has paved her own path in that space and has been very successful in both the academic and corporate worlds. During her professional career, Jennifer has and continues to mentor high school and college age students, along with young adults just starting their career journeys. Optimal wellness is important to Jennifer, she has been practicing yoga for 12 years. Jennifer is a spiritualist and has been meditating for over 10 years. Jennifer also enjoys listening to all kinds of music, her love of music and dance began at a very young age. She enjoys going to the ballet, Broadway shows, and concerts. Jennifer loves cooking, she enjoys trying new recipes to expand her horizons. She currently lives in Albany, New York with her dog Leo Luna. "Mark My Love" is her first book. Website: https://jennifermalemay.comLearn how dreams can help you. Get a complementary Dream Discover Session with me by scheduling time here: https://calendly.com/thedreamcoach53/interview-pre-call

Buttoned Up
KKW's final rose? Bachelor Drama + the catalyst for breakups in Hollywood

Buttoned Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 60:11


Hi friends! This episode we discuss Kim K and Pete Davidson's relationship (with a personal story of Pete from Mariah), Shawn and Camila's breakup, Hannah B sleeping with pilot Pete + we read some infamous FML stories that might haunt you in your sleep. Enjoy!

Crina and Kirsten Get to Work
Empathy: Cultivating Compassion at Work

Crina and Kirsten Get to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 43:51


Cultivating an empathetic workplace is all the rage, but how do we do it? It begins with a commitment to ensure that empathy is baked into your workplace culture. Next, you and your coworkers need to be willing and able to recognize and respond to each other's emotions. Finally, when you truly act in order to relieve each other's suffering, you may have found the key to unlocking the benefits of empathy.   SHOW NOTES Today on Crina and Kirsten Get to Work our gals engage in an exciting exchange on empathy.  Let's get clear about what we are talking about.  We often use sympathy, empathy and compassion interchangeably and narrowing down on what each means helps us better understand the concepts.   Sympathy means we can understand what the other person is feeling. Empathy means that we feel what a person is feeling. Compassion is the willingness to feel what a person is feeling and to relieve the suffering of another.   Now that we know what we are talking about, why are we talking about empathy?  Because it turns out it is a really good thing and we all should want to give and receive more of it in the workplace.  We rarely “should” on our listeners, but this is a first for a reason.  Empathy is powerful.   Of course, Brene Brown has created a spectacular and hilarious video should be the first stop on a tour of empathy. Brené Brown on Empathy - Bing video It turns out that we are hardwired for empathy.  Children as young as two demonstrate an appreciation that others hold perspectives different than their own, as evidenced in a study at Lund University in 2018.  Lund University, And research at the University of Virginia found when people saw their friends experiencing threats, they experienced activity in the same part of their brain which was affected when they were personally threatened. See - literally - empathy is wired into our brains.   Empathy contributes to better mental health, better physical health and more ease with work-life balance for employees.  And it turns out that what is good for employees is good for employers - empathy increases innovation, engagement, inclusivity and performance, according to a .2021 study by Catalyst.   What about the gender gap in empathy?  Women self-report that they are more empathetic; however, it turns out the vast majority of studies on this issue report no significant gender difference in empathy ability.   How can we bring more empathy to work:   Give your full attention to people Consider other people's perspectives Actively support people  Start meetings, calls, emails and other communication with a personal check in Open your written communication with a signal of gratitude Ask specific questions (not “how's it going) and be curious about the answer/body language Speak directly with individuals Show active listening skills Follow up after life events (how was your time with your parents this weekend?) Create more informed policies and statements about social issues See The Power of Empathy in Times of Crisis and Beyond (Report)

The Business Elevation Show with Chris Cooper - Be More. Achieve More

Are you a great business developer, prospector and networker who knows how to create a positive connection with the people you meet? Are you a catalyst that creates a chemical reaction between strangers, and have the ability to effortlessly convert these opportunities into new business? My guest David Kean is an expert at catalysing strangers into contacts and converting contacts into clients - and even into friends and has helped hundreds of companies around the world win billions in new business by applying the same methods. During this interview we will discuss wisdom from his new book ‘Catalyst: using personal chemistry to convert contacts into contracts' which was co-authored with Louisa Clark. If you need more clients to buy your services and you're not completely sure how to find them, convince them or win them then do join us for what will be a potentially valuable interview.

Catalyst with Shayle Kann
Kickstarting a $1 trillion market for carbon removal

Catalyst with Shayle Kann

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 39:15


Stripe, a fintech startup worth $100 billion, is trying to kick-start a $1 trillion market for carbon removal. The company is being extremely transparent about its processes, which means we get a window into the exciting, messy, often very experimental world of removing gigatons of CO2 emissions from the atmosphere. Traditionally, carbon removal has involved planting lots of trees. There have also been a select few companies toiling away at expensive-but-promising direct-air capture. But it turns out there are many ways to remove CO2. The earth already has a massive carbon cycle — plants, rocks, oceans and soil are already part of it. So there are many candidates for tapping electrochemistry and synthetic biology to accelerate natural processes. It's still a small market — and one that needs to grow massively over the coming decades. So how do we build it? Shayle addresses that question with Nan Ransohoff, Stripe's head of climate. Shayle and Nan break down lessons from Stripe's first two carbon-removal portfolios. They discuss whether carbon removal will become a commodity market. They also cover learning curves, the sources of demand and the parallels between carbon removal and vaccine development. And Shayle asks: What does a winner look like? Will a single technology dominate? Catalyst is a co-production of Post Script Media and Canary Media. Catalyst is supported by Atmos Financial. Atmos offers FDIC-insured checking and savings accounts that only invest in climate-positive assets like renewables, green construction and regenerative agriculture. Modern banking for climate-conscious people. Get an account in minutes at joinatmos.com.

Serial Progress Seeker
#51 My Bitcoin Strategy (2 Catalyst that get me Excited)

Serial Progress Seeker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 26:31


In today's episode, Ben walks you through why he's looking at Bitcoin from a different angle and why he's getting extremely excited about the future of Bitcoin. We dive into 2 catalyst that Ben believes will put Bitcoin specifically into a rare position. Warning: Not financial advice. No one knows what will happen with Bitcoin (especially Ben). Show notes: http://www.serialprogressseeker.com/whybenlikesbitcoin

Catalyst Sale Podcast
Find My Catalyst & Getting Your Message Out with Jody Maberry - 263

Catalyst Sale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 42:57


In this episode, Mike has some exciting news and he talks with Jody Maberry, about getting your message out, those who are catalysts in your life and podcasting. Key Takeaways: A catalyst is somebody that gets you started. A spark or inspiration that gets you started down the path. You have a lot in your head that other people are going to find valuable. It helps sometimes to have another person to bounce things off of or to give you a reason to speak it out loud. When you have to show up every week and have something to say, you start to understand what you believe and what you stand for and what your experience really is. This is a great benefit of doing a podcast. It is so powerful to have to say what you think and believe all the time.  Call To Action:  Think about the thing you have been putting off and go out and start doing it. Email us at hello@catalystsale.com and let us know who your catalyst was that encouraged you to start  - we would love to have them on the show! Show Links:  www.jodymaberry.com Jody on Instagram The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz This podcast is brought to you by Catalyst Sale - you can learn more about Catalyst Sale, and the products and services we provide via the following links. Growth Acceleration - Plateau Breakthrough Product Market Fit Work With Catalyst Sale: Listen to our free resource (this podcast) and then put the action items into practice. Share your work with us via Twitter or hello@catalystsale.com Invest in a Catalyst Sale course - self directed. Find our courses here  Hire us as a consultant/advisor within your team or organization  Please send listener questions and feedback to hello@catalystsale.com or contact us directly on twitter, facebook or LinkedIn. Thank You 

NPS I Love You by Catalyst
Do One Thing a Day That Scares Your CEO (with Mike Roberts, Head of Marketing, Catalyst Software)

NPS I Love You by Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 56:55


Mike Roberts is the Head of Marketing at Catalyst Software, AKA Ben's boss. In this episode, Ben and Mike discuss some of the projects they're most proud of in their careers so far, the importance of reflecting on our progress overtime, and achieving optimal work/life balance. They also touch on how they've cultivated careers they love, and the correct pronunciation of La Croix.

Investing in Impact
How Private and Philanthropic Capital can be a Catalyst in Prevention and Recovery for Millions Dealing with Mental Health Issues - Alexander Holt // Founding Partner at Limitless Ventures

Investing in Impact

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 34:02


If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe, review, and share this podcast!In episode of the Investing in Impact podcast, I speak with Alexander Holt, Founding Partner at Limitless Ventures, on his journey through addiction and how private and philanthropic capital can be a catalyst in prevention and recovery for millions dealing with mental health issues.Limitless Ventures is an independent growth capital sponsor in the lower middle market combining private and philanthropic capital to scale multi-disciplinary solutions for those impacted by mental health challenges and substance use disorder. They are a team looking for opportunities to support recovery across all walks of life.The investment committee represents a broad array of perspectives as they invest along the continuum of care, seeking to solve the continuum of pain. Limitless Ventures believes in excellence, both through team and in the opportunities they seek. The organization is open to all types of thought leadership, seeking balance across neuro-diversity, equity backgrounds and inclusive perspectives.They believe that mental health and addiction broaden the ESG framework, mandating a new category, "H" for Health based impact investment metrics. "ESG+H" is a risk, which their principles, philosophy and portfolio seeks to mitigate and thereby paves the way for standardizing the economic and impact measurements across the healthcare and financial communities.Limitless is not aligned with any sect, denomination, or political party. The firm does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any other causes. The primary purpose is to return capital to our investors and to help people, heal people.Limitless Venture's Founder Alexander Holt started the “Recovery Fund” in 2018 with the goal of creating 500,000 sober lives in the next 10 years through LV's investments. Limitless Ventures is an independent growth capital sponsor in the lower middle market combining private and philanthropic capital to scale multi-disciplinary solutions for those impacted by mental health challenges and the addiction epidemic.Listen to more Causeartist podcasts here.We are powered by:ImpactInvestor - Discover Impact Investors from around the world.Podcast Made with TransistorPodcast cover design Made with CanvaBuild amazing web platforms with Webflow

JR.'s Sermons
Transformation 2021 - Church of Theseus

JR.'s Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 37:09


Too often, faith is reduced to an intellectual exercise. But Jesus pressed for transformation, change so dramatic it was described as 'resurrection' or 'rebirth'. What does it look like for us to pursue this sort of new life here at Catalyst in the coming year?

In Conversation
SWE #8 Canusa Street with Zack Morrison

In Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 69:24


Join us and creator Zack Morrison as we explore his story world, Canusa Street! Canusa Street is a 30-minute comedy series written specifically for network tv, much like a Parks and Rec.  The story takes place in an absurd small town cut in half by the Vermont/Quebec border following a jaded US Border Patrol attempts to solve local cases while maintaining a fierce rivalry with her twin sister in the Canadian Mounties.This pilot explores the absurdity of the small town which is split in half by the Canada/US border.  Throughout much of its history the border didn't matter, but after the 9/11 attacks the border began to be enforced.  This forcibly highlighted the differences between being an American and Canadian in a town where your neighbors, even half of your house, may be on the other side of the border.  Cansua Street aims to showcase the small differences between everyone that we take such pride in, but ultimately don't mean anything.We spoke about these strange hills we choose to die on, came up with Zack's TikTok and podcast strategy, and had a bunch of laughs about an underground poutine speakeasy. Follow Zack: Website: https://www.zackmorrison.comPrevious work: Everything's Fine: A Panic Attack in D Major - https://vimeo.com/342875021 Canusa Poster Art designed by Connor Simpson #canusastreet #comedy #border #pilot #catalyst #catalystcontent #storyworld #storytelling #transmedia #collectivejourney #artists #creatives #worldbuilder #producers #indie #newconcepts #storyworldexplorersSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/inconversation)

EventHubs Podcast
Street Fighter 4 vs. Street Fighter 5 - which is the better fighting game? Plus which characters actually won the Street Fighter tournaments canonically?

EventHubs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 53:09


If you'd like 20% and free shipping then go to @Manscaped and use the code EHUBSPOD https://www.manscaped.com/   Which game is better? Street Fighter 4 or Street Fighter 5? We pit these two together across five categories to see which comes out on top, and then Catalyst takes us to Lore-ville as he covers the actual tournament winners according to Street Fighter canon.    

Stories From Women Who Walk
How Quiet Disruptors Are Rearranging Our World for the Better Led by Sue Heatherington. Part 1.

Stories From Women Who Walk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 38:24


Coming to you from Whidbey Island, Washington this is Stories From Women Who Walk. You'll recognize yourself in these true-life stories from women who are walking their lives while their lives walk them and the lasting difference these journeys have made. I'm your host, Diane Wyzga.Today my guest is Sue Heatherington, writer, catalyst and thinking partner for pioneers, innovators and change-makers who want to cultivate a better change perspective in the world. In 2018 Sue coined the term “Quiet Disruptor” as a short-hand introduction to her unusually broad back story, which includes 10 years as a pioneering public service chief executive. Now, Quiet Disruptors: Creating Change Without Shouting is the title of her newly published book.Sue is joining us all the way from Swansea, Wales where she writes daily thought-provoking blog posts while inviting us to explore her valley through the lens of her camera. I've invited Sue to talk with us about the practice of writing, changing the narrative around conversations and belonging, her manifesto, her book, and most significantly doing it all without shouting. Welcome to the podcast, Sue!Minutes 38:2400 to 4:02       Intro and AlpacasSue (along with her podcaster husband, Steve Heatherington) are raising about 45 AlpacasDid you know that alpacas hum?They also anxiously look around: “Where's the baby! Where's the baby!”Some cluck to their babies weeks before the babies are bornSue learns so much from them4:02 to 6:28       Start From Where You AreHost: One of these fine days we will return to travel and Wales - among other places - is on my hiking itinerary. If I met up with you on one of your favorite walks, where is it and what might I notice about you?Sue smiles!Sue's valley makes she feel so good, to be in her own skinSue strolls to be where she is instead of fast walking to get somewhereSue is a wanderer, taking everything in, open to seeing what she needs to noticeSue is a stopper and a looker and a listenerSue's intention is to be very presentHost: Sue's blog posts with her photography comes from a place of slowing down, pausing and being aware.6:28 to 20:05       A Bit of Back Story. Before we get to your manifesto and your book, entitled Quiet Disruptors: Creating Change Without Shouting, I'd like to know a bit about how you coined the term “Quiet Disruptor” in 2018. Would you share with us how that came about and what you discovered about yourself in that process.A beautiful defining moment that Sue didn't see comingSue had gone through challenging times professionally and personally and not expecting beauty to emergeSue's approach (how can we do this differently) is not traditional and may make folks uncomfortable, like The Emperor's Clothes storyHealth, family, and Sue's own purpose, direction and income challenges together created a constellation of taxing and trying times and then Sue's diagnosis of breast cancerOut of all of this acute chaos, in her recovery time Sue was exploring “Now what?”Sue joined an online community with Bernadette Jiwa and coined “Quiet Disruptor” as a means of introducing herself with honesty but without dramaAlso reading David Hieatt and The DO Lectures As well as Susan Cane and her Quiet Power book  Being a Quiet Disruptor is Sue's life - in a quiet voiceAfter Sue began using this phrase she was stunned by how much people were drawn to it and wanted to use it as well: I can be a change-maker my own way; I feel seen and heard. Quiet Disruptor changes how people perceive themselves because change is theirs to say and do - call out the status quo, etc. but differentlyNow the “do” happens: as a way of changing the conversation for folks Sue wrote a Manifesto to enable those who want to be seen and heard to have a way to quietly disruptSue was seeing that the voices of the Quiet Disruptors were experiencing their time having come as a collective connective, to say, do, explore and createOne person can no longer be The HeroOrganizations will have to be on the forefront of the global changeHost: an unrealistic burden to expect The One to have the answers, especially when imposed by society. If The One has no answers or, not the right answers they might push, shove, shout or masqueradeSue is extending a welcome to The OthersCome on board and work together, all voices are to be heard    20:05 to 36:30       Manifesto for Quiet DisruptorsThe word Manifesto is strong, a public declaration of intention, of design. Would you give us the opportunity to hear your Manifesto.Sue reads her Manifesto as an advocate for Quiet DisruptorsWe need Quiet Disruptors and here's why.Host: There is so much in the invitation to come along. People drawn like filings to a magnet. Sue named qualities or attributes shared by the Quiet Disruptors: stubborn courage, do work quietly and insistently. Question: How might we notice change makers among us or even notice if we could be a change maker?Those who have read Sue's book and claim the Quiet Disruptor label for themselves, are self-identifyingBeing seen and heard is keySue uses tree and fruit as metaphor to explain how to notice the others.The Others have certain characteristics which we recognize: thoughtfully curious, how they are in the world, with others, those who ask the questions, delve deeper, join the dots, see the bigger picture, expression of creativity, the effect on othersHost: I imagine you have people and situations in mind. Question: would you share a few who are already carrying on as a Quiet Disruptors.The book highlights who is already out there - some well known, some not so well known - making courageous connectionsOne example: Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen, MD:  as a practicing physician could see her patients in a way colleagues could not. Also saw that her colleagues were unseen and unheard and became protectively hardened. Remen shifted this experience and radically changed clinical practice in the United StatesHost: One woman begins the shift and then change happens over the course of time. Similarly in the legal profession. Litigators who learned to tell their own stories - doing an archeological dig on themselves - were better able to tell their clients' stories. Being seen and being heard goes toward our understanding and being understood.So often people struggle to listen deeplyThe traditional model is waiting to get the next word inCultivating your curiosity has more value in the questionsWe are at a space of asking deeper questionsQuestion: Let's assume you might have to work with or encounter someone who is not so agreeable to this notion of disrupting quietly, how would you suggest working with folks like that to get them to see the necessity of hopeful, quiet change?Here we are, at the end of the road but not the journey. Thank you for listening to Part 1 of this episode of Stories From Women Who Walk with your host Diane Wyzga and my guest Sue Heatherington, Quiet Disruptor, blogger, author of the book Quiet Disruptors:Creating Change Without Shouting, and a catalyst for pioneers, innovators and change-makers who joined us from her small valley in Swansea, Wales. We hope you enjoyed and are motivated by our quietly disrupting conversation. We'll be back in a week with Part 2.You're also invited to check out over 450 episodes of this podcast Stories From Women Who Walk found on Simplecast, your favorite podcast platform and my website: Quarter Moon Story Arts. This is the place to thrive together. Come for the stories - stay for the magic. Speaking of magic, I hope you'll subscribe, follow, share a nice shout out on your social media or podcast channel of choice, and join us next time! You will have wonderful company as we walk our lives together.About Sue Heatherington  Sue Heatherington offers fresh sight from the quiet edge and believes that our words shape our reality. She is a writer and host of Waterside Conversations from a little valley in South West Wales.Sue coined the phrase 'quiet disruptor' in 2018 when trying to make sense of the journey of her life and work. Her book Quiet Disruptors: Creating Change Without Shouting was published in January 2021 and has been read across the globe.Her short daily pause points combine words of inspiration, provocation and encouragement, with a beautiful photograph from her home in the valley, which she shares with her husband, learning disabled brother and a herd of alpacas.Quiet Disruptors: Creating Change Without Shouting is available on Amazon in printed and Kindle versions. The short ebook Being Seen and Heard… Quiet Disruptors: Companion Notes for People Professionals is also available for free to those who have the main titleLINKS to Stay in Touch With Sue:email: sue@quietdisruptors.comhttps://thewaterside.co.uk/  https://quietdisruptors.com/  linkedin.com/in/sue-heatherington-98a87013https://twitter.com/SueWaterside Stories From Women Who Walk Production TeamPodcaster: Diane F Wyzga: Quarter Moon Story ArtsMusic: Entering Erdenheim from Crossing the Waters by Steve Schuch & Night Heron MusicSound Editing: Darwin Carlisle & First Class ReelsAll content and image © 2019 - Present: for credit and attribution Quarter Moon Story Arts 

Catalyst with Shayle Kann
Can Deeptech Venture Capital Solve Climate Change?

Catalyst with Shayle Kann

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 51:23


Can investors win by betting on early-stage innovations in hard-to-decarbonize sectors such as energy, transportation, agriculture and heavy industry?  The answer doesn't matter only to venture capitalists. If you believe that we need fundamental science and engineering innovation to climb our way out of the climate crisis, it's an important question. Plenty of reasonable observers say the answer is no. Case in point: The 2016 MIT report Venture Capital and Cleantech: The Wrong Model for Clean Energy Innovation by Ben Gaddy and Varun Sivaram. But things have changed since “Cleantech 1.0,” the first wave of investment in the sector that resulted in a lot of bankruptcies -- but also some big hits like Tesla, Sunrun, and Nest. Capital is flowing back into the sector at stunning rates, as venture investors all turn their attention to climatetech. So do the arguments against deeptech climate venture capital hold up today? To explore this question, Shayle turns to Ramez Naam, another veteran of Cleantech 1.0. Ramez and Shayle go point by point, covering questions such as: Does climatetech take too much capital to scale? Is the time to commercialization too long? Is the exit landscape still relatively unattractive? Will this new climatetech boom lead to another bust? Catalyst is a co-production of Post Script Media and Canary Media. Catalyst is supported by Atmos Financial. Atmos offers FDIC-insured checking and savings accounts that only invest in climate-positive assets like renewables, green construction, and regenerative agriculture. Modern banking for climate-conscious people. Get an account in minutes at joinatmos.com.

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
Digital Core Transformation as a Catalyst for Success

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 44:16


Most core banking operations run on aging platforms that were deployed in the 1980s and 1990s. These platforms are either homegrown or heavily customized since their origination. The needs of the digital consumer and functionality required by banks going forward require solutions that enable and support the digital transformation journey of financial institutions that are endeavoring to become future-ready. Our guest on the Banking Transformed Podcast is Michael Haney, Head of Digital Core at Technisys. We will discuss the steps needed to modernize current core platforms and how firms are implementing these solutions. This episode of Banking Transformed is sponsored by Technisys Technisys is the next-gen digital banking platform that redefines the customer experience. Our unique end-to-end digital backbone enables financial institutions to create and deliver financial products, dynamically, at every customer touchpoint. Giving banks and fintechs the agility to tailor offerings that become integral to a customer's lifestyle in new and profound ways, down to the segment of one. For more information visit technisys.com

Catalyst Podcast
EPISODE 627 - Ken Coleman // The Clear Path to Doing Work You Love

Catalyst Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 68:24


In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Brad Lomenick sits down with former Catalyst podcast host & America's leadership coach, Ken Coleman for a conversation about how to find a clear path to doing the work you love, a holistic view of vocation, and what we all can learn from the great resignation. Listen in as Ken draws on what he learned from his own ten-year journey as well as from coaching thousands of others to walk you through the seven stages to discovering and doing meaningful work. Get involved in an Operation Christmas Child campaign! Collection week is November 15-22, 2021! Keep up with Ken:  Instagram: @kencoleman Facebook: Ken Coleman Twitter: @KenColeman Get Clear Career Assessment: https://www.ramseysolutions.com/store/digital-products/get-clear-career-assessment Mentioned in this episode: The Evangelical Church is Breaking Apart: https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/10/evangelical-trump-christians-politics/620469 How to Reach the West Again podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/part-1-a-missionary-encounter/id1504466939?i=1000469458195 Brene Brown and Charles Duhigg: https://brenebrown.com/podcast/brene-with-charles-duhigg-on-habits-and-productivity/ How to Improve Your Sales Skills, Even if Your Not...: https://hbr.org/2017/05/how-to-improve-your-sales-skills-even-if-youre-not-a-salesperson

Inside Modular: The Podcast of Commercial Modular Construction
Best Practices—and Processes—of Modular Construction Projects w/ Catalyst Offsite

Inside Modular: The Podcast of Commercial Modular Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 22:48


Blair Davies, P.Eng, COO of Toronto-based Catalyst Offsite, joins the podcast to discuss the processes necessary to properly plan and start a modular building project.Blair also talks about common mistakes that first-time modular building developers make and shares best practices learned over decades in the building industry.Support the show (https://www.modular.org/HtmlPage.aspx?name=application)

Southridge Church Podcast (Audio)
Box of Chocolates Week 3

Southridge Church Podcast (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021


Southridge Church is on a mission to be the perfect place for imperfect people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ--impacting lives around the corner and around the world. Experience impactful teaching and incredible music at Southridge Church Sunday mornings at 9:00 and 11:00, plus experience Catalyst on Wednesdays at 6:30pm on Facebook LIVE! Connect on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: SRCWV www.southridge.org

Burning Man LIVE
Danger Ranger

Burning Man LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 59:13


Founder. Catalyst. Mythic character in the Burning Man world. Also known as Michael Mikel, Danger Ranger shares some of his stories of pranks and potential in the wild west (rural and urban) - this time with twists that tie together his other tales. Stuart talks with him about what happened, what's happening, and what might happen next  - from difficult topics to revelatory contexts. It starts with "stuff no one has ever heard."Some of the topics explored:Prank activism / Coyote teachingFrom PaperMan to a non-profit CorporationBeach pagans and “Satanists with guns”The harshness and opportunities of the high desertThe BRC mono-story of “naked white people”Anti-consumerism (in a spendy way)“Smiley” the Man's balls and “Burn the Man Early”Cacophony Society's Santas, Brides & BillboardsA divided society and “the one click dopamine kick”The rest of M2's stories will be told at some point in the future or the past.BurningMan.org FoundersDangerRanger.orgMichael Mikel

The Produce Moms Podcast
EP188: A Catalyst For A Better Food Future With Meg Savage, Co-Founder And Chief Growth Officer At Feed Forward

The Produce Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 20:08


“It's going to take us all to work together to get the food system in a place that we really need it to be.” Meg Savage (14:24 - 14:30)   For some food insecure families, it's not a simple task getting access to food, let alone healthy food. Pantries are sometimes in scarce supply, or simply don't provide healthy options. In the five boroughs of New York, Feed Forward is on a mission to make healthy food accessible to those in need.   While working on corporate America, Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Feed Forward Meg Savage discovered that she had an auto-immune condition that completely changed her relationship with food. Since then, she diverted the way that she works, bringing her to the food innovation field to find ways to get people better access to quality food. Coming together with her Co-Founders, Winston Chiu and Elizabeth Peralta Foxwell during the COVID-19 pandemic just six months ago, they set a mission to align technology and innovation with the actual needs of their communities.    At its core, Feed Forward focuses on empowering a healthy and sustainable food economy by implementing programs to help secure better food access and even getting better food into supermarkets. Feed Forward does this through their three verticals: programs, products and consultancy.    “Essentially, we view ourselves as the bridgemakers and the connectors.” Meg Savage (06:35 - 06:38)   Feed Forward's “More Than A Meal” Program was one of the first established. The technology around the program matches food insecure individuals and families with meals and groceries. After signing up for the program, people are matched with a restaurant or grocery store within walking distance of their home and are able to order and pick up a meal. This becomes a more practical approach to helping those in need, as they won't waste time waiting in a line for food they don't know if they'll eat, or even get.    Feed Forward also works closely with specific tech products that utilize blockchain to make certain food supply chains more sustainable, traceable and affordable. With different applications in tech, Meg states they are vital to making healthy food more accessible to food insecure communities.   “A lot of people who are in this situation are looking to overcome certain obstacles and need that support. Their time is so valuable.” Meg Savage (11:36 - 11:46)   Feed Forward's consultancy arm works with organizations big and small on how they can be contributors to a better food system. Their collaboration focuses on giving back to the community and even how to actually make their operations more sustainable. Oftentime clients want to include programs that have been created by Feed Forward, as the company's verticals typically end up crossing each other.    Aside from giving feedback on FeedFWD.com, individuals that want to contribute can do so in simple everyday experiences. Meg encourages that if consumers see the Feed Forward logo at their local grocer, to make sure they shop there as they're aiming to get to a point where a portion of what's purchased goes back into programs like More Than a Meal.    How to get involved Join The Produce Moms Group on Facebook and continue the discussion every week!  Reach out to us - we'd love to hear more about where you are in life and business! Find out more here.    If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!

WorkPlay Solutions Podcast
Ep. 07 | How Do I Build My Team (With Catalytic Events)? - Part 2 of 2. With guest Rhonda Campbell

WorkPlay Solutions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 31:53


Part 2 of 2. How should I build my team? What are good examples of catalytic events? Why is Rhonda so distracted by David's legs?Shoutouts and References: Springfield College, Dr. Al Petipas, Dale Jarrett Racing Adventure, Talladega Superspeedway, Mark Horstman, Nina, and JessHost: Mark SuroviecGuest: Rhonda CampbellFor more info, visit www.workplaysolutions.com or email mark@workplaysolutions.comFollow us on Facebook: WorkPlaySol

CATALYST
Make a paws-itive impact

CATALYST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 24:26


Donating money and volunteering at nonprofits or your favorite charity are wonderful ways to give back to your community, especially during the holiday season. But combining your passions, professional expertise and education? That is paws-atively extraordinary.     Through her experiences at the Fox School, Sarah Bergstein got to do all of that and help animals in need at Morris Animal Refuge in the process. After adopting two rescue cats, Bergstein wanted to do more—so she decided to use her unique work experience in the U.S. Air Force and education to approach volunteering through a business lens with Fox Board Fellows.    In this episode of Catalyst, Bergstein takes us through her journey of leveraging the community engagement experience she gained as a public affairs officer to help her during her MBA program and eventually as a member of the board at her favorite nonprofit. She will offer tips on how anyone can get involved and start creating real change in their communities.   Find out more details at www.fox.temple.edu/catalyst.    Key Links Fox Board Fellows Philly's own chonky cat may soon have a forever home. Good job, internet.   ----- Follow us on Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Instagram ----- Subscribe to our newsletter.

EventHubs Podcast
Considering what Street Fighter 6‘s mechanic could be, and 5 old Street Fighter things Catalyst HATED and hopes never come back

EventHubs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 36:44


If you'd like 20% and free shipping then go to @Manscaped and use the code EHUBSPOD https://www.manscaped.com/   Mechanics are a major part of what give fighting games their unique identities, and with Street Fighter 6 somewhere out there in the not too distant future, we consider a particular mechanic that might be especially refreshing for the franchise. Plus Catalyst has seen it all in his day, and remembers five things the Street Fighter franchise has done that he hopes never ever come back.

Catalyst with Shayle Kann
Introducing: Catalyst w/ Shayle Kann

Catalyst with Shayle Kann

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 1:25


Shayle Kann has been thinking about the technology and market fixes for climate change for almost two decades. On Catalyst, he brings on the smartest people in climate tech to think through those hard problems. This show is about how we overcome the climate challenge. Not just at a theoretical level, but using actual technologies, tackling actual market structures, and accounting for the biggest variable of them all -- money. Subscribe everywhere. The show is a co-production of Canary Media and Post Script Media.

Southridge Church Podcast (Audio)

Southridge Church is on a mission to be the perfect place for imperfect people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ--impacting lives around the corner and around the world. Experience impactful teaching and incredible music at Southridge Church Sunday mornings at 9:00 and 11:00, plus experience Catalyst on Wednesdays at 6:30pm on Facebook LIVE! Connect on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: SRCWV www.southridge.org

NPS I Love You by Catalyst
The Grass Is Always Greener (with Stacy Schmitz, Enterprise Account Executive at Catalyst Software)

NPS I Love You by Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 41:55


Stacy Schmitz is an Enterprise Account Executive at Catalyst Software. In this episode, Ben and Stacy discuss how she has seen incredible success in her career so far, reaching 200% of her quota last quarter. Stacy also shares her unique approach to sales, what motivates her, and how the industry has evolved in recent years.

The Modern Craftsman Podcast
#190 Catalyst Built

The Modern Craftsman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 156:32


Travis Brungardt & Joe Cook from Catalyst Built join the guys.  Episode brought to you by: https://www.durationmillwork.com/ https://podcast.renorun.com/moderncraftsman Where to find our guest: http://www.catalystbuilt.com/ https://www.instagram.com/catalystbuilt Where to find our hosts: Nick Schiffer  https://www.instagram.com/nsbuilders/ https://bit.ly/nsbuildersyoutube Tyler Grace  https://www.instagram.com/trghomeconcepts/ John Hourihan https://www.instagram.com/heresjohnnyh/ https://www.instagram.com/vintagebuilders/ The Modern Craftsman https://www.instagram.com/the.moderncraftsman/ Music: "Dessert" by Nate Gusakov https://www.instagram.com/nategusakovmusic/

Bethel Church Sermon of the Week
We Are the Catalyst for Revival

Bethel Church Sermon of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 48:16


We have not exhausted our pursuit of revival. In this launching service, Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton commission Dann Farrelly as Bethel's Lead Pastor and Chris Cruz as Associate Pastor. Hear from Dann Farrelly as he teaches on Bethel's history of revival in order to demonstrate where we are going. Grow in your grace to be the Church with one another. 

EventHubs Podcast
EventHubs Street Fighter 5 Season 5 tier list part 2

EventHubs Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 78:33


Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code EHUBSPOD at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod https://www.manscaped.com/   We're back with the second half of our Street Fighter 5 Season 5 tier list as Catalyst and I share our picks for the top half of the game's 44 character roster.

The Great Battlefield
Using Analytics to Drive Change with Erek Dyskant of BlueLabs

The Great Battlefield

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 73:15


Erek Dyskant joins The Great Battlefield podcast to talk about his career in data and analytics in politics, working at Catalyst, the DNC and on the Obama campaign, and founding BlueLabs where they're using data science to help campaigns, businesses and the government solve problems.

Battleground America Podcast

The world's big media outlets don't just want to misinform you. They plan to rule you, controlling your speech directly from your keyboard. But last week they made a major mistake that blew their cover. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Catalyst Podcast
EPISODE 625 - From the Stage // Robert Madu: From the Water to the Wilderness

Catalyst Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 64:11


In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, we feature Robert Madu from the Catalyst stage, where Robert utilizes the temptation of Christ in the wilderness to remind leaders of the tension we will face between the water (baptism) and the wilderness (temptation). Listen in as Robert emphasizes the importance of the identity God has given us in allowing us to lead and fulfill our calling when things are challenging and wraps up with four essentials for fighting the war in the wilderness. Keep up with Robert: Instagram: @robertmadu Facebook: Robert Madu Twitter: @robertmadu Website: http://robertmadu.com Dads on Duty: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dads-louisiana-high-school-student-violence

Beyond Medicine
Ruby Gadelrab - Co-Founder/CEO MDisrupt - The Catalyst for Digital Health.

Beyond Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 43:26


Ruby is a seasoned commercial health exec in the biotech, healthcare and healthtech industries. She is CEO and Co founder of MDisrupt, the world's first platform for connecting clinicians and scientists with digital health companies. After working with high profile companies including 23andMe, Ruby has expert insights when it comes to how tech and healthcare collide.

Jacobin Radio
Long Reads: Vanessa Chishti on Kashmir's History of Repression and Resistance

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 59:55


Vanessa Chishti joins Long Reads for Kashmir's past and present. Vanessa is professor of history at the O.P. Jindal Global University in Delhi, India. Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers, both contemporary and historical, with the magazine's longform writers. Hosted by Features Editor Daniel Finn.Read Vanessa's essay "Kashmir: The Long Descent" in Catalyst here: https://catalyst-journal.com/2020/03/kashmir-the-long-descentProduced by Conor Gillies, music by Knxwledge.

Core Intuition
Episode 485: Everybody's Dying On That Hill

Core Intuition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021


Daniel and Manton talk about Apple's just-announced Tech Talks, and whether this is a clue to the future of WWDC. They celebrate the announcement of new Apple Silicon based MacBook Pros, and compare notes on their buying plansa. Finally, they take stock of the state of macOS as Monterey is about to be released, and revisit their ongoing grief over Apple's strategy with respect to Swift UI, Catalyst and AppKit. The post Episode 485: Everybody's Dying On That Hill appeared first on Core Intuition.

Jacobin Radio
Jacobin Show: Behind the Republican Party Crack-up w/ Paul Heideman

Jacobin Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 99:11


Paul Heideman debunks the myth that the Republicans are now a working-class party and explores how the structural weakness of the American party system and conflicting business interests drove the Republicans' rightward turn.The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of liberalism, and the prospects of rebuilding a left labor movement in the US. This is the podcast version of the show from October 19, 2021 with Jen Pan and Ariella Thornhill hosting.Read Paul's article in Catalyst: https://catalyst-journal.com/2021/09/behind-the-republican-party-crack-upVerso book club: https://www.versobooks.com/bookclubSubscribe to Jacobin for just $10: https://jacobinmag.com/subscribe/?code=JACOBINYTMusic provided by Zonkey: https://linktr.ee/zonkeyPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/jacobinmag