TODAY´S EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE FLOW RESEARCH COLLECTIVE Are you an entrepreneur, a leader, or a knowledge worker, who wants to harness the power of flow so you can get more done in less time with greater ease and accomplish your boldest professional goals faster? If you´ve answered this question with “hell yes” then our peak-performance training Zero to Dangerous may be a good fit for you. If this sounds of interest to you all you need to do is click here right now, pop in your application and one of our team members will be in touch with you very soon. ABOUT THE GUEST: Get ready to have your multitasking myths shattered and your mind blown! Join us for an eye-opening episode with Dr. Alan Barnard! In this episode, we'll learn why multitasking is a myth, challenge basic assumptions, and discover 5 steps to better decision making. Plus, you'll get a glimpse into the world of problem definition and the Theory of Constraints. And if that's not enough, we'll explore the fascinating topic of flow in organizations. Are you ready to flow with the punches? Tune in now. ABOUT THE EPISODE: In this episode, you will learn about: Intro (0:00) Why Multitasking Doesn't Work (0:34) Challenging Basic Assumptions (10:30) 5 Steps To Better Decision Making (16:27) The Skill of Problem Definition (27:35) The Theory of Constraints (29:19) 3 Types Of Flow Within 3 Organizations (41:18) RESOURCES LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dralanbarnard/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dralan.barnard Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dralanbarnard Twitter: https://twitter.com/dralanbarnard Steven Kotler, the founder and executive director of the Flow Research Collective, is one of the world's leading experts on human peak performance. He is an award-winning journalist and an author with over ten bestselling books. Some of his works include: The Art of Impossible, The Future is Faster Than You Think, The Rise of Superman, Stealing Fire, and so much more! Look out for his latest upcoming book, Gnar Country: Growing Old, Staying Rad, where he debunks the old myths about aging and how you can boost your longevity through flow!
MI Leggett (he/they), upcycle designer, artist, and founder of Official Rebrand talk about seeing the vibrancy of gender, the benefits of limitations in art, and genderless fashion. You can find MI on Instagram @official_rebrand.•••Check out upcoming classes and recorded classes from Consent Wizardry. Get your luxurious goodies at Foria Wellness. Use the code MIAS20 for 20% off. Advertise on the pod. Please consider supporting the show financially at Patreon.com/sharetheload.Share the Load explores all things consent including and beyond sex. I'm your host, Mia Schachter. I'm an intimacy coordinator for film, television, and theater in residence at the Geffen Playhouse, and a writer and educator in Los Angeles. You can find me on IG @consent.wizardry and you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org with listener questions for future episodes. www.consentwizardry.comWays to work with me:1:1 private sessionsGroup classes and long-form programsTrain with me to be a Somatic Consent Educator Hire me to Intimacy Coordinate on your projectConsulting for you or your company/organization or scriptI offer customized workshops and speeches You can book me through email@example.com.Video version with subtitles on youtube!Music by Amelie Rousseaux @sofiabolt
In this podcast we cover: The difference between roadblocks and constraints. Why it is important to distinguish them. What they do for each part of the system. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode. And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two
I've met many people who's journey leaves me speechless, but this dude right here is literally a badass. Met Tariq King, VP of Product-Service Systems at EPAM, but more importantly a man who learned how to code at 3 years old (yup you read that right). A man who is also a thought leader, published author, and international keynote who can talk for hours about software testing, artificial intelligence, AI & more. On this episode we break down his career trajectory (this man has tried a lot of roles so come learn about what you can potentially do), what it means to be a VP at a global company, and share in our passion of the latest tech with our discussion around 2023 tech trends. ____________________________________ Connect with Tariq: • LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/tariqking • Twitter | https://twitter.com/tariq_king ______________________________________ Follow BTU on social: • Twitter | twitter.com/blktechunplged • Instagram | instagram.com/blacktechunplugged • Facebook |facebook.com/blacktechunplugged • Linkedin | www.linkedin.com/blacktechunplugged • Email | firstname.lastname@example.org ____________________________________ Get Career Coaching From Deena: • https://calendly.com/deena-m-mckay/15min
As humans, we all have a unique set of perceived limitations. Anytime you try to reach for something beyond those limitations, you will experience a set of challenges that will either keep you where you are or push you to your next level. In this episode, Kinsey shares about the four core hidden barriers that Gay Hendricks discusses in relation to your Upper Limit which he talks about in his book, ‘The Big Leap'.At the end of this podcast, you will be able to see where you're running up against your Upper Limit and how you can stop the pattern of self-sabotaging (even if you don't think you're self-sabotaging).(Reference: The Big Leap, book by Gay Hendricks)Do not miss these highlights: 00:45 One year older and wiser! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KINSEY! Ready to soak in a more profound level, the gratitude, the joy, and the fulfillment ahead. 02:11 On the other side of that wisdom is a feeling of so much more to learn. 02:21 Then the more that you learn, the more that you realize that there's so much that you don't know. 02:31 Let's talk about your “upper limit” and the different concepts or methods of this. 02:50 Within the context of an identity crisis, it is the idea of separating from a former version of yourself and stepping into a new one. 03:08 A lot of times when we have to bust through the other side of that, it requires you to also bust through an “upper limit.” 03:23 It's this perceived limitation that is what keeps people stuck. 03:44 As you evolve as an entrepreneur, as a woman, you're going to notice these breakdowns to breakthroughs, and it's all related to these upper limits.04:01 The book “The Big Leap” by Gay Hendrick, is so good at talking about the “upper limit.” 04:16 This whole concept that we basically self-sabotage because there's this limitation that exists whether it's subconsciously or consciously04:59 What Gay Hendricks does is actually talk out the four cores of “upper limits”05:08 One of these is ultimately going to continue to keep you below the limit. 06:15 Constraints are important. They create discipline, they create focus, and create parameters for us.06:33 The four different types of “upper limits,” will help you think about what is your upper limit.06:52 A correlation to one of these barriers, he calls them the “hidden barrier,” which is basically an upper limit that you can't necessarily see.07:27 It'll be helpful for you, once you actually understand and become aware of it, it's so liberating. 07:51 The whole book is about these patterns, what to do, and how to move through them. So go on and read the book. 08:03 The first “hidden barrier” that he talks about, is this barrier that's basically feeling fundamentally flawed.08:12 It's something that is related to you not feeling capable of doing the thing, or that you're missing something.08:35 It is the worst thought to have because it just remains an open loop in your brain. 09:08 The other thing that he notes is the related fear that comes with you making a full commitment to living in your full zone of genius that you will likely fail. 10:00 The second barrier that he addresses here is disloyalty and abandonment.10:27 This is common when people are starting to see their lives as extraordinary, above the average.11:15 If there's really no acknowledgment of expansion, and you have this idea that if I grow, if I am successful, it means that I'm leaving people behind.12:05 If it is a very deep-seated or deep-rooted belief in you, it will come up and basically become your limitation. 12:34 The third “hidden barrier” is this belief that more success brings a...
Ed and Ron are honored to host Dr. Jay Baruch, author of Tornado of Life: A Doctor's Journey through Constraints and Creativity in the ER. When a patient comes into the hospital with cardiac arrest or a compound fracture, doctors know what to do. The problem is evident, and the solution is practically algorithmic. Dr. Baruch contends that the biggest challenge and the biggest part of an ER doctor's work is often caring for people who come in with not just problems with their body, but also social issues, emotional issues, and substance use issues—and oftentimes all of them at once. In Tornado of Life, we come to see that the toughest part of an emergency physician's work isn't the high-wattage drama, the mayhem and the blood, that is portrayed on television, but rather the actual getting to the heart of the patient's story—and figuring out how to address it. Because they're real, these stories often end without closure or solutions. Sometimes underlying causes aren't found. Sometimes serious problems are missed. Some patients leave against doctor's orders. Some are simply discharged into the night. A profoundly human book, Tornado of Life is poised to change the way we view doctors, illness, and the “emotional and moral contact sport” that is emergency medicine. Join us for what will be a profoundly human discussion.
Astrophotography is different from any other genre of photography. Portraits, Products, Landscapes, Food, Sports - what do they all have in common? They are photographing something that exists here on earth. And you could correctly make the argument in landscape-astrophotography (or nightscapes) that we are too.But I believe the big difference is that in our photos the inclusion of a celestial body is key. I could just take landscape photos during the day, but it's the connection I find between the landscape and the stars that create the meaning in my work.And that means photographing the stars, shooting something that is not physically here on earth.Why does that matter? Because there are specific challenges and constraints that come from having a subject that is not part of our earth. The benefit is that our view of the cosmos is predictable and pretty “constant” which means that we can come up with categories and rules to work within for our image creation.This episode looks at the differences between astrophotography and other genres and then goes into the different types of Milky Way photos that you can create. Spoiler alert, every Milky Way image you take can be broken down into 6 categories. And while some may bristle at the idea their images can be categorized. I find there is freedom that comes when you know you are working within specific bounds.If I gave you a camera and said- go create an amazing photo that will make me smile and I'll buy it from you… What would you do? The options would be limitless.But what if I gave you a camera and said - go and create an amazing photo that will make me smile and I'll buy it from you. I love the landscape that you live in and the phone photos from the hike you went on last week had stunning views. I can't believe that there are wildflowers already this early in the year.All of a sudden I've given you constraints and limits. If you wanted to sell me a photo you would very likely go back on that hike and take better photos of the wildflowers and the scenery. The latter is setting you up for success, and that is the premise behind this episode. You will have clarity and be better able to reach your goals when you have the constraints to work within to get there. You can't play the game well if you don't know the rules, so let's figure out those rules and get going.
On this episode, I welcome Dr. Lisa Lang to the show. She is one of the foremost Theory of Constraints experts in the world. She’s been named the “Manufacturing Trendsetter” by USA Today and “Manufacturing Champion” by Newsweek. She is the president of The Science of Business, specializing in increasing profits for manufacturers by applying the...
This is part 2 of my interview with Dr. Lisa Lang. She is one of the foremost Theory of Constraints experts in the world and has been named the “Manufacturing Trendsetter” by USA Today and “Manufacturing Champion” by Newsweek. On this follow-up interview, we’ll be discussing the psychology behind the Mafia Offer.
"I wanna live a life where I actually can look back and go, no, I did. I did all those things that I wanted to do. I achieved what I wanted. I built what I wanted." -- Ian Lobas Diving into the second part of Ian's interview, he shares the beginnings of his Men on Purpose podcast and how it transpired into this movement that transformed the lives of thousands of men across the globe. Ian emphasizes as well as the importance of being present with your family. His "future project regret" technique helps him make conscious decisions, especially when it comes to prioritizing and making time for his family. Ian shares how they allocate funds for MME (Moments-Mories-Experience) to ensure they create the best possible experiences with the people closest to his heart. Listen as the interview on Empowering Men To Free Themselves of Internal Restriction and Constraint To find Their Purpose and Live Their Most Authentic, Fulfilling and Regret Free Lives caps off with Ian talking about: Finding advisors to trust How he gets his family more entwined with his purpose His podcast, Men on Purpose, business model Get to know more about Ian and Men on Purpose: ⬇️ Ian's Instagram Men on Purpose's Website Men on Purpose's Directory ➡️ Do you want to find balance and discover who you are and why you are here with inescapable clarity, confidence and courage? Check Ian's course and mastermind program at Men on Purpose Website and begin your journey into being teh authentic you! ➡️Do you want to join the growing community of People of Purpose? Follow and like our Facebook and Instagram pages to get inspired and connected with purpose-driven people like you!
The South African Wind Energy Association (SAWEA) is hoping to convince Eskom to conduct an independent technoeconomic assessment of whether there is potential to extract more capacity from the constrained grid in the Cape provinces after none of the 23 wind projects that participated in the most recent public procurement round were appointed as a preferred bidder. In December, Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe announced the appointment of only six utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects, with a combined capacity of just 860 MW, as preferred bidders, following Bid Window Six (BW6) of the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP). This, despite the round having been expanded from 2 600 MW to 4 200 MW as part of announcements made by President Cyril Ramaphosa in July to combat intensifying loadshedding. In fact, the round had initially been doubled to 5 200 MW, but the Ministerial determinations to allow for the procurement of 2 000 MW of solar PV were not in place, so BW6 was reduced by 1 000 MW to 4 200 MW, with 3 200 MW set aside for wind, for which determinations were in place. The failure to appoint any wind projects was attributed to an unavailability of grid capacity in the Eastern, Northern and Western Cape provinces, where all the projects are located. It emerged that capacity deemed to be available ahead of BW6 had been subsequently reserved for projects being pursued by independent power producers (IPPs) that were being developed on the basis of private power purchase agreements. SAWEA CEO Niveshen Govender tells Engineering News that its members want an independent assessment of the grid constraints in the Cape provinces to assess whether there are technical solutions available to immediately unlock additional grid capacity, or commercially viable ways to implement grid sharing. Should solutions emerge, the association could then request the IPP Office to consider launching an “expedited bid window”, through which wind projects frozen out by the grid constraints have an opportunity to bid again. As things stand, projects that could be delivering about 10 TWh of electricity yearly within the next 24 to 36 months are side-lined, despite intensifying loadshedding. Govender says a meeting has been scheduled with Eskom and reports that SAWEA members are more than willing to fund the study, which could be implemented by the Eskom system operator. Strong views have already emerged on either side of the debate, with some warning of costly curtailment should grid sharing be pursued, and others arguing that grid capacity is still available in areas where Eskom says it is not and that only limited curtailment is likely, especially if allocations are made on a timely basis. Debates are also emerging over the effectiveness of battery energy storage in augmenting the grid, even though there is a growing acceptance that batteries can definitely ease pressure in certain areas and provide vital ancillary services. SAWEA also intends to engage with Eskom and the IPP Office on the grid-access rules that will govern both future public procurement rounds and the private projects. It will also be seeking an update from Eskom on the implementation of the Transmission Development Plan, which is theoretically geared towards adding the grid capacity required to unlock new generation capacity, including in the Cape provinces, where South Africa's best wind resources are located. “We believe that there is space for both public and private procurement and that the grid-access rules should not discriminate in favour of one over the other. “However, we need the rules to be fair and transparent and there also needs to be regular communication when circumstances are changing,” Govender says. During BW6, there had been no updates from Eskom after the Generation Connection Capacity Assessment, which guided bidders on what grid capacity was available, was published, even when developers of ...
So I'm torn but leaning in. God made it evidence and confirmed multiple times my word for the year 2023. But then I read the book the “12 Week Year” and it rocked my world and how I now set goals, which I taught all about inside Leading Ladies this month including a goal-setting sheet like I've never before seen to help you plan and dream and execute from a place of love and PURPOSE and powerful, meaningful decisions instead of fear and past failure and self-hatred. (Oh how I wish I could condense that hour-long training into a 3-minute email!!) So in light of all that I now view my life in quarters instead of years, but I digress, back to my word of the year, or should I say quarter. I'll reevaluate at the end of March ;) Right now it's my guiding light. Do you have a word for 2023? Hit reply and let me know! Mine is PRESENCE What does that mean? Being fully present. All in where I am and what I'm doing and who I'm with. Also, present to FEEL every single emotion that comes up without stuff or avoiding or dismissing. Constraining to focus on work when it's work time and rest when it's rest time and play when it's playtime and…getting the point here? Did you know that most people feel “burn out” or struggle with anxiety because they are not in the PRESENT? They are thinking about what needs to get done, or what didn't get done. How they wish they could change something from the past or worry about what is to come in the future. Neither of these scenarios is PRESENT. Once again sneaky sneaky satan wants you to focus on what you literally CANNOT change (your past) and worry about every negative possible outcome (in your future) so you will be so distracted and not fully PRESENT in the right now, today. THE ONLY THING YOU HAVE CONTROL OVER IS TODAY. The only way you can bring heaven to earth and partner with God is through the work he is calling you to is TODAY. Do you know another sneaky sneaky time and energy sucker? Thinking about work when you are off and thinking about being off when you should be working. Or thinking about this notification and that text and this voice message and that email and this and that and this and that and this and that. The skill and muscle I'll need to develop to make PRESENCE possible in 2023 are very very important. Are you ready for it? Are you ready to hear HOW the only way presence is possible for me and for you if you choose? CONSTRAINT. CONSTRAINING myself to FOCUS. Focus on the task or non-task at hand. Being FULLY present requires constraint to decide ahead of time to not let anything that is distracting you from being ALL IN and finishing what you set out to do in that specific time period. It will change everything! It will bring peace. You will get more done in less time. You will enjoy life more. You will have less anxiety and more enjoyment. It's a great place to start. Interested in hearing AND implementing the teachings mentioned above? It will take some new ways of thinking and feeling that you may not be familiar with. But you have to ask yourself is what I am currently doing working? Am I where I truly want to be? Do I feel how I truly WANT to feel about my work and my life? Did you know when you join Leading Ladies you get access to that entire month's training and coaching replays and the 6 months moving forward?! Don't worry you didn't miss a thing, see you on the inside. It's time! click join… https://jessica-hefley-bb8e.mykajabi.com/leading-ladies
In Episode #21 of Thriving Artist, Podcast, 5 Reasons to do an Art Residency, we share why we think artist residencies are so important and how they can impact your entire practice! We wanted to make this episode now because we believe in the power of art residencies and if you are on the fence about joining us in February or joining another art residency this year we wanted to share our thoughts on why they are so important. We just absolutely love reserving space for dedicated studio time! Jamie and Kaylan's 5 reasons you should do an art residency are: Our Art Is Our Cornerstone: An art residency provides a sacred container of time to focus on the work, to get back to basics and to come back to our cornerstone - we are artists and we make art. Create a mental break: It can be a challenge to make great art while mentally multitasking about other things! By doing an art residency and claiming that space in your life and mind you are creating a time to just think about your art. Creativity thrives under constraints: Constraints can lead to action and creativity! The month-long residency format provides enough time to really dig into a project and get creative, but it isn't so much time that you get lost in the weeds…because you have to get it done! Take up space: Don't just take up space with your physical studio space, take up the space in your schedule as well. Label this time as your art residency to tell everyone in your life that you are an artist and you take yourself and your work seriously. Goals matter: When we have goals and benchmarks in our practice, amazing things happen. An artist residency doesn't just impact the time during the residency, it pushing you forward throughout your entire year! The power of a residency is that you can then say yes to other opportunities later in your year because of the results of your hard work during your residency. We hope you will join us next year in February for our Virtual Artist Residency on the Thrive Together Network so we follow your progress each week in our live Art & Tea Sessions! Head to thrivetogethernetwork.com to join and participate in the residency as one part of a full year of THRIVING!
How do you measure personal growth? Some of Ian's coaches once told him that personal growth cannot be measured. But the defiant version of himself has never believed in that. After figuring it out for himself, he discovered that if you are formulaic and remove emotions from the equation, you can measure internal growth. Today, Ian uses his journey to deliver a breakthrough formulaic coaching program that empowers high-level men to find balance and discover who they are and why they are here with inescapable clarity, confidence, and courage so they can live authentic, purpose-driven, fulfilled, and regret-free lives. His trusted systems in the Men on Purpose Coaching Program provide structure and support for sustainable change. He educates and empowers men to find clarity, confidence, and courage to align with who they authentically are, enabling them to connect with themselves and their families and eliminate what no longer serves them. Listen to this episode if you are curious about Ian's systematic process for discovering your real self and your purpose. Get to know more about Ian and Men on Purpose: ⬇️ Ian's Instagram Men on Purpose's Website Men on Purpose's Directory These are the other key
This episode is the first of two interviews by Brian Willis of the Excellence in Training Academy.Brian reached out to both myself and Standard Jiu-jitsu's Greg Souders to talk about our application of Ecological Dynamics to Striking and Grappling respectively. With Brian's blessing he allowed me to share these interviews here on my podcast, given his interviews (over 350 of them) are available for his subscribers to his online platform. Brian was a very engaging and great interviewer and both Greg and I were thankful for the opportunity and fun conversations. While neither Greg or I have much insight into law enforcement, Brian similarly is in a constant pursuit of how we can make training more optimal and effective for our domains. Brian can be found best on his training academy site and at his other online resource site https://winningmindtraining.com/ Should any one want to reach Brian directly through the show, please email me at email@example.com
My guest is Dr. Pat Davidson, an exercise physiologist, strength and conditioning coach, bestselling author, and host of the Pat Davidson Podcast. In this episode, we discuss Pat's model - Rethinking the Big Patterns, an algorithmic way of thinking that aids in precise exercise selection to accomplish specific goals. We also discuss how constraints (i.e., environmental, individual, task) improve training outcomes and provide a roadmap for long-term exercise/training progressions. These principles can be applied to anyone pursuing improved performance, from elite athletes to recreational exercisers. Purchase A Coach's Guide to Optimizing Movement - Rethinking the Big Patterns Follow Dr. Pat Davidson on Instagram Sign up for Erik's weekly newsletter - Adaptation Join the AIM7 Beta CommunitySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Just Dave on this short solo episode talking about constraints & guardrails.If you want to make better marketing decisions and struggle with a blank slate, listen to this. Make constraints. Put in a guardrails. Sometimes you will have plenty already in place, like budget, deadlines, or what's technically possible. But even without obvious constraints like those, you can force yourself to have some to help guide the decision making process. Guardrails can help move you from being stuck on making decisions because of the infinite possibilities of channels and campaigns. This is also why so often the answer to many marketing strategy questions here are "it depends" or "tell me more about X."Thanks to our 2023 presenting sponsors Demandwell, Jasper, and Zapier.This episode is brought to you by Demandwell. Demandwell is the best SEO solution for B2B SaaS marketers. They've helped customers like Lessonly drive 40% of their revenue from organic search. And they helped Terminus's make organic search their number one source of demosHere's how it works: Results: Demandwell is built for driving the outcomes that b2b marketers care about - demand, traffic, leads, and revenue. Ease and control: Junior team members can follow recommended steps in the platform, while experts can customize and maintain full control over their work. Speed: With everything in one platform, Demandwell helps you crank out content that ranks and drives leads in minutes rather than hours. SEO expert or not, you should give Demandwell a try, and listeners of the Exit Five podcast can get a free competitive SEO Audit to see how you're ranking relative to your competitors. Go to demandwell.com/fomo to get your free SEO consultation today.Thanks to my friends at hatch.fm for producing this episode and handling all of the Exit Five podcast production. They give you unlimited podcast editing and strategy for your B2B podcast. Get unlimited podcast editing and on-demand strategy for one low monthly cost. Just upload your episode, and they take care of the rest. Visit hatch.fm to learn more
The modern narrative frames structure and systems as oppressive. As though we should never be held back by systems that interfere with our ability to express our unique selves.But being ourselves at all times with no system to govern our behavior is its own trap. The unfiltered and unstructured life is an unproductive and unfulfilled one. I argue that there is a difference between the real you and the true you, with the latter being realized through a system of ideals, and made possible thorugh things like ritual. In this episode I talk about the importance of structure, and how it paradoxically leads to more freedom.Support the showhttps://seanamcclure.medium.com/
In this follow-up to last week's, “The Theory of Constraints and Ice Cream” Chris reminds us that all talent problems are wrapped up in lots of politics. And it turns out the key to all of this, whether you're like Corey and Chris and your company provides a discontinuous innovation. Something that naturally could bring change too fast or if you are the leader and something needs to change because it's the constraint and it's time to go after it no matter what. If you fail the finesse test, you fail all the tests. Because then the politics turn on you. And quite rightly, by the way. Finesse is a very elegant way of describing the search process, reading the signals, reading the tea leaves, and understanding where the constraints are. Understanding that in this discontinuous innovation process, you're going to have of extraneous pipeline that's going to come in very rapidly at a flow rate that you're not used to. And finesse is, as a way to almost like when you see a bullfighter, they have this big two 3000 pound beast that's bearing down at you and bull bullfighter. And he just finesses his way from one to the next and dances and it's a glorious thing to see in action where internally they may be sweating. People underestimate the power of finesse and the reason that you need it. We are all machines when we sell, we're a machine that turns a potential opportunity into something that's taking a next step. That's all we do. So the more mathematically you are, that is, if you're listening to this and you're going, yeah, gold red theory of constraints I'm in, I'm in. Right? You probably need to spend more of your life thinking about and exercising the finesse components. Listen to this episode, “The Power of Finesse and the Bullfighter.” If you missed the first part of this conversation, "The Theory of Constraints" you can catch up here.
We've heard the phrase, "Be careful what you wish for..." It's not unlike wanting to build pipeline quickly and how it relates to a kid in an ice cream store. What is the goal? Build as much - eat as much as possible to gain as much success and pleasure as possible. Think of the system of building pipeline like a child who isn't sufficiently mature enough to handle all that ice cream. Belly aches will ensue. So the issue with too much too fast is you can't find the bottleneck anymore. And if you can't find the bottleneck anymore, you can't manage. In this episode, Corey asked Chris to visit the theory of constraints. Businesses are artificial, in the sense, that we say we're going to do something for others, and they're going to pay us money for it. And then the question is, what are the inputs to the business? And whenever you have a system with inputs and outputs, you always have exactly one constraint within that system. That's what the theory of constraints says. The reason that people like Mark Cuban, Steve Jobs, and Elon Musks, and the like are such outstanding business leaders is they put their eye on the bottleneck regardless of the noise that's produced by the change that they are willing to induce in order to improve. Most of us can't do that. Listen to this episode of Market Dominance Guys, "The Theory of Constraints and Ice Cream."
“Keep it simple, stupid” is a popular refrain which might be better translated as “make it harder, stupid”!One of the most common misunderstandings Gabor Bittera encounters in his mission towards simplicity is the belief that simple = easy. Far from it, in fact. Sometimes, creating simplicity is the hardest task in a workshop.Thankfully, Gabor has done the hard miles and has advice that can save you from complicating the process of simplifying your workshops… leaving you just with the fact that it isn't always easy!We explore what it means to facilitate simplicity, with simplicity, and for simplicity in this episode—jumping from practical advice and templates to deeper questions around purpose and effectiveness. It was a joyful conversation and I hope you will get as much from it as I did.Find out about:Why Gabor prioritises simplicity over ease — no matter how complex it can be to simplifyHow to facilitate using principles from Scrum, linguistics and storytellingWhy simple facilitation requires more of our attention and careWhich part of the workshop process Gabor believes is hardest to simplifyWhy the art of facilitation includes designing constraints and restrictionsWhat the perfect group size is for both subgroup and whole-group workHow to use specific accountability to create more impactful workshopsDon't miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.LinksWatch the video recording of this episode on YouTube.Subscribe to Gabor's Substack — Scrum TimesRead or subscribe to Gabor's MediumConnect to Gabor:On LinkedInSupport the show
Discover how to declutter your business and apply seven-figure constraints to create a sustainable business that is custom made for you. You'll learn what happens when you don't apply constraints, and how being intentional about the constraints you're going to put in place will create a cash machine that can build wealth, impact thousands of people, and grow well beyond you. Get full show notes and more information here: https://safimedia.co/533
Embracing constraints can be a powerful tool to help us create better solutions. It is not the same as arguing for their limitations, which can be counterproductive and lead to stagnation. Instead, by understanding and accepting the boundaries of a situation, we are able to find creative and innovative solutions that can help us move forward. By accepting and understanding the limitations of a situation, we can challenge ourselves to come up with solutions that work within those limits, while still achieving the desired outcome. As a computer person, you may find yourself using the command prompt and notepad often, because you appreciate the power of arguments and patterns to achieve certain outcomes. And you adapt quickly when a parameter is nerfed, removed or changed. When it comes to people, however, it is important to recognize that the same argument may not work each time. Instead of getting stuck in a loop of trying the same argument, or the same person try speaking out loud what might work, or why you might be wrong. By embracing constraints, you can find new and better ways to connect with people, rather than continuing to arguing in loops without connecting, or without finding other people to help that appreciate AND act on the help you provide.
In this Special Episode of ODEON CAPITAL CONVERSATIONS, we prepare for 2023. So it's in with the New Cycle of monetary restraint and more investment in production and key areas of the American economy, manufacturing, energy and more, according to DICK BOVE, chief financial strategist at ODEON CAPITAL GROUP. Out goes the Old Cycle of Easy Money and Debt, he explains in an interview with BNN Bloomberg replayed here for our listeners. BOVE spells it out in the context of a wider question about the reported layoffs, numbering thousands, at Goldman Sachs. Happy & Prosperous New Year! Questions & Comments: Podcast@OdeonCap.com
Martin is a player development and sports performance coach in Uruguay, South America. He's a mad genius when it comes to player development, he's able to apply the science of skill acquisition to his sessions at an extremely high clip. I think he's also one of the best in the business at creating one of the best environments for his athletes.We talk about international hoops, using constraints to develop skill, can we build a player like Kyrie, creativity and much more! EnjoyCheck Martin out on social:IG - https://www.instagram.com/onlyaboutbball/Website - https://www.onlyaboutbball.com/
On today's show Thorsteinn Siglaugsson discusses with Jason Olbourne about the long road to recovery with a population lacking critical thinking. GUEST OVERVIEW: Thorsteinn Siglaugsson is an Icelandic consultant, entrepreneur and writer and contributes regularly to The Daily Sceptic as well as various Icelandic publications. He holds a BA degree in philosophy and an MBA from INSEAD. Thorsteinn is a certified expert in the Theory of Constraints and author of From Symptoms to Causes – Applying the Logical Thinking Process to an Everyday Problem.
Today I'm joined by Bryant Coston and Seneca Savoie, Historical European Martial Artists who specialize in coaching the sword at their club, Arena Weapon Arts. In this episode, Bryant and Seneca recount their journey from a traditional technique and drill-based sword coaching, to games-based practice, and finally arriving at a full-bore constraints-led approach. They go into detail about how they approach practice design, curriculum development, as well as coaching and correction. We also talk at length about representativeness and how previous experience in other skills can form "attractor states" that influence the way you move when acquiring and developing a newer skill. Of note also is their account of how training with more aliveness actually lowered their injury rates instead of making it worse. So if you're excited to jump in, hit the subscribe button on your podcatcher and enjoy the show. --- Join the email list now: combatlearning.com/newsletter --- Find Bryant & Seneca: Website: https://www.academyofwma.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ArenaWeaponArts/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arenaweaponarts/ --- Produced by Micah Peacock Intro Theme by Micah Peacock Outro Music is Synergy by Juche --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/combatlearning/message
This week and next week we will break down the two biggest levers we have in the fight against climate change. Carbon reduction and carbon removal. Today, we will focus on carbon removal. To break down where we stand and what needs to be done, I'm joined by Nan Ransohoff. Nan is Head of Climate at Stripe and she also leads Frontier, which is an advanced market commitment of some $1 billion to kickstart a market for carbon removal solutions. We discuss the broad climate picture, the state of technology today, and the potential for good if we can scale up low carbon energy sources. Please enjoy this primer on Carbon Removal. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Tegus. Tegus is the new digital hub for market intelligence. The Tegus platform empowers Investors and Corporate Development teams to invest smarter by pairing best-in-class technology with the highest quality user-generated content and data. Find out why a majority of the top firms are using Tegus on a daily basis. If you're ready to go deeper on any company and you appreciate the value of primary research, head to tegus.co/breakdowns for a free trial. ----- Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss | @ReustleMatt Show Notes [00:02:14] - [First question] - Overview of the presence of carbon in the environment [00:03:35] - Relevant trends in carbon emissions and energy use [00:05:17] - How to handle a continued rise in energy consumption [00:06:49] - Energy demand and electricity grids as supply chains [00:08:09] - Why carbon removal is important [00:09:52] - Current state of carbon capture technology and methods [00:13:10] - Promising carbon removal concepts for the future [00:14:02] - Demand level for carbon removal solutions companies [00:15:22] - Carbon offsets versus proper removal [00:16:53] - Constraints on arable land for removal projects [00:17:24] - How Stripe Climate sparked interest and showed that demand exists [00:21:17] - Logistics of engaging companies to build carbon removal solutions [00:24:39] - Governments are gradually accelerating decarbonization efforts [00:28:03] - Her personal motivations for decarbonization [00:29:49] - Roles of for-profit and nonprofit entities in carbon removal [00:31:50] - Frontier's philanthropic motives [00:32:16] - The role of geopolitics in global carbon pollution [00:34:31] - Key geophysical attributes of different regions in the world [00:35:24] - Increasing investment in hard tech for climate problems [00:36:57] - Biggest technological players today in the space [00:37:30] - Best and worst potential outcomes of decarbonization efforts [00:39:24] - Resources to learn more and the positive side effects of decarbonization [00:41:58] - Lessons learned from creating a marketplace for carbon removal [00:43:21] - What it's like working as a climate-focused branch of a big company [00:46:40] - What she's most excited about in the near future for carbon removal
**This episode is sponsored by Full Spectrum Features, a nonprofit social justice organization that uses film to inspire dialogue and create impact. They're a Chicago-based 501(c)(3) committed to driving equity in the independent film industry by producing, exhibiting, and supporting the work of women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ filmmakers.You can find out more about Full Spectrum Features and their support of artist caregivers in this episode and on their website at fullspectrumfeatures.com as well as their Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.**—-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------We're excited to share with you this season finale compilation episode that draws together the voices and insights from this season. Together, we've examined how we wrestle with our conceptions of motherhood, the constraints of patriarchal structures on caregiving and art, and ways in which the fractured inevitability of early motherhood could perhaps provide new frameworks for creative production that work against existing norms and provide wholly new opportunities for expression, empowerment, and community.Timestamps:11:51 - Namrata Poddar, EP 1312:32 - Sara Petersen, EP 0813:09 - Heather Powell, EP 0714:08 - Nancy Reddy, EP 1215:02 - Amanda Montei, EP 1515:27 - Namrata Poddar15:45 - Nora Fiffer, EP 1116:57 - Sarah Chaves, EP 0118:18 - Nora Fiffer20:30 - Emily Pérez, EP 1221:27 - MM De Voe, EP 0922:04 - Dani Rowe, EP 0622:34 - Vanessa Hua, EP 0523:17 - Jackie Leonard, EP 0223:58 - Sarah Chaves24:57 - Vanessa Hua26:40 - Amanda Montei, EP 1526:57 - Minna Dubin, EP 1527:16 - Cindy DiTiberio, EP 1527:47 - Heather Powell28:30 - Sara Petersen 29:38 - Emily...
Guest: Joe Crispin, Rowan Head CoachRowan head coach Joe Crispin joins the Basketball Podcast to share insights on offense wins and how to help players enjoy the game more. As Head Men's Basketball Coach at Rowan University, Joe Crispin has advanced the team to the NCAA Division III Championships and been selected as the NABC Atlantic District Coach of the Year and the D3Hoops.com Atlantic Region Coach of the Year. Prior to being named head coach, Joe spent two seasons as the assistant coach for both the Men's and Women's Basketball teams at Rowan University. Joe Crispin is also the primary director for Crispin Basketball where he runs various camps, clinics, and club teams throughout the year. He focuses his energy on our overall development philosophy and programs. He enjoyed an extensive and successful playing career that has seen him play basketball for 28 different coaches. Breakdown1:00 - Offensive Tempo and Creating Pace6:00 - Have Fun11:00 - Mantra13:00 - Basics of Walking16:00 - Half and Full Court18:00 - Structure the Workout21:30 - Fundamentals25:00 - Three-Leg Program28:00 - Playing in the Triangle32:00 - Constraint-Led Approach35:19 - 36:04 - Membership Sales Ads37:00 - Game Situations39:30 - Constraints of the Shot Clock42:00 - Security vs Pressure49:30 - Importance of Recruiting52:00 - Creating Decisions55:30 - Changing Mentality1:02:00 - Mindset for Success1:07:00 - Part of the Process Joe Crispin's Bio:Bio/Website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_CrispinTwitter: https://twitter.com/joecrispin Basketball ImmersionWebsite: http://basketballimmersion.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/bballimmersion?lang=enYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/basketballimmersionFacebook: https://facebook.com/basketballimmersionImmersion Videos:Check out all our all-access practice and specialty clinics: https://www.immersionvideos.com
Books and Selected Other Work by S. YarberryA Boy in the City (Deep Vellum, 2021Also ReferencedRachel ZuckerKathryn DavisAphroditeCharon, boatkeeper of the underworldCAConradWilliam BlakeThe OdysseyIcarusJohn KeatsAudre Lorde, Sister Outsider: Essays & Speeches, “The Uses of the Erotic”Maggie Nelson, On Freedom: Four Songs of Care and Constraint, "The Ballad of Sexual Optimism"Jose Esteban MunozJack Halberstam, The Queer Art of FailureSamuel L. Delany, Times Square Red, Times Square BlueCommonplace has no institutional or corporate affiliation and is made possible by you, our listeners! Support Commonplace by joining the Commonplace Book Club: https://www.patreon.com/commonplacepodcast
Casey Handmer writes a blog that many of you may already read called, well, Casey Handmer's blog. His posts regularly explore fascinating space topics such as e.g. explaining misconceptions about Starship or how to terraform Mars. We could not possibly do justice to the wealth of topics he's written about in one podcast episode, but we are talking somewhat of a whirlwind tour through some of his best known posts on space. I think you'll really enjoy it! https://caseyhandmer.wordpress.com/ Follow us: https://www.twitter.com/podcast_space Instagram: @raphael_space Learn more about space & the space economy: Check out the edX/EPFL Space Economy MOOC: https://www.edx.org/course/new-space-economy There is now a certificate for those wanting to enter the space sector: https://www.spacecertificate.com Do you want to specifically learn about investing in Space? Join the pre-release of Raphael's new live-taught course on Maven: https://maven.com/space-business-institute/investing-course The Space Business Podcast is sponsored by NanoAvionics. Support us at https://www.patreon.com/spacebusinesspodcast Timestamps 0:00 Intro 2:30 Casey's blog 3:57 Target audience 4:51 Topic selection 7:53 Lunar base post 8:59 Power delivery to the Moon 12:24 The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress 13:09 Understanding Starship 17:04 Getting humanity to Mars 21:50 Why come back to Earth? 26:05 Starship use cases on Mars 31:47 Constraints on building a self-sufficient city on Mars 33:50 Terraforming Mars 40:34 Convincing people to go to Mars 44:02 Space babies 51:51 Sci-Fi
Do you feel like you're constantly grasping at straws during IVF? Trying anything and everything but still telling yourself that it's not enough. Join me today, and I will discuss how this is another aspect of perfectionism and how consciously deciding where you want your focus to go is an act of self-love, a gift you give yourself.
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss ENUMs vs. check constraints, querying table facets with roaring bitmaps, a better way to handle scaling and whether you should store your business logic in Postgres. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.crunchydata.com/blog/enums-vs-check-constraints-in-postgres https://www.cybertec-postgresql.com/en/faceting-large-result-sets/ https://github.com/cybertec-postgresql/pgfaceting https://pganalyze.com/blog/5mins-postgres-roaring-bitmaps-pgfaceting-query-performance https://thenewstack.io/iso-better-scaling-instacart-drops-postgres-for-amazon-dynamodb/ https://www.rubberduckdevshow.com/episodes/68-should-you-store-business-logic-in-your-database/ https://www.ongres.com/blog/debugging-postgres-wal-events-with-pg_walinspect/ https://kmoppel.github.io/2022-12-09-the-bountiful-world-of-postgres-indexing-options/ https://andreas.scherbaum.la/blog/archives/1125-PGSQL-Phriday-003-What-is-the-PostgreSQL-Community-to-me.html https://www.crunchydata.com/blog/state-of-json-in-postgres-2022 https://postgres.fm/episodes/timestamps https://postgresql.life/post/ales_zeleny/
Jay Baruch, a practicing emergency room physician, is Professor of Emergency Medicine at Brown University's Alpert Medical School and the author of two award-winning short fiction collections, What's Left Out and Fourteen Stories: Doctors, Patients, and Other Strangers. His latest book is Tornado of Life: A Doctor's Journey through Constraints and Creativity in the ER (MIT Press, August 2022). He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.
In this beast of an episode, Jonathan shares his Whales and Minnows philosophy that he uses to drive his business and live his life, how his positioning of the Online Trainer Academy hurt the business, and Ren shares how his client had their images and social media quotes taken for an article without her permission. For more, listen and subscribe to the Goodman Show on your favourite podcast app. The Goodman Show is presented by Quickcoach.Fit, free professional software for trainers to impress their clients. Register your free account today at www.QuickCoach.Fit
Paul Venner is founder and CEO of Ultimateinstability.com and inventor of the Aquabag, Aquaball and Hydrovest. He holds a MSc in Strength & Conditioning and during his bachelors he studied directly under Frans Bosch with whom he collaborated as a course expert in the years following. From 2011 to 2016 he worked as S&C coach for the Netherlands Olympic Institute with various Olympic sports and medal-winning athletes and from 2016 to 2022 he was the Athletic Performance Manager for the Dutch Baseball Federation. Signup for our free e-book and weekly inspirational newsletter through: ultimateinstability.com/newsletter Or check out for more content and inspiration: Instagram: @ultimateinstability Youtube: @ultimateinstability Twitter: @Aquabags Checkout my Multidirectional Plyometric Course: www.multidirectionalpower.com
Happy December! Today we've got a solocast and it's all about what holds small towns back. There are five things, and Rebecca is here to talk through all of them. So what are those five things that hold small towns back? Constraint-led thinking Underestimating the cost of doing nothing Treating today's decisions as if they're only about us An unwillingness to right-size ideas Accepting sliding standards Links + Resources Mentioned How to Combat Apathy In Small Towns with Jeff Siegler: https://www.growingsmalltowns.org/post/episode99 How to Host a Community Cleanup Event with Aaron Baker: https://www.growingsmalltowns.org/post/episode102 Keeping Your Fire Lit in a Small Town with Rebecca Undem: https://www.growingsmalltowns.org/post/episode103 Get In Touch Have an idea for a future episode/guest, have feedback or a question, or just want to chat? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Subscribe + Review Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of The Growing Small Towns Show! If the information in our conversations and interviews has helped you in your small town, head out to Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or Spotify, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help us continue to deliver relevant, helpful content, but it will also help us reach even more small-town trailblazers just like you!
This week on the podcast Joel interviews the artistic director of Clock & Spiel Productions in Sydney - Hailey McQueen. Hailey shares her story from moving to Sydney to study acting at 17, to learning to create her own opportunities in the acting world and finding her way into artistic directing, now running a professional theatre company that works with some of Australia's best talent. Meanwhile Joel & Hailey take on an impromptu challenge to write a monologue mid podcast (!!) and then dissect the process as it happens. This is a good one folks, get ya cuppa's and listen in! Our sponsors are The Practice Co. and ACOM This podcast is hosted by Joel McKerrow & Produced by Richelle Bourne
"Picture this. A patient in a hospital or rehab facility has just finished exercising with therapy. He is thirsty, and he thinks he might as well ask for a snack now because he will be hungry in 30 minutes. His therapist sets him up in his wheelchair (brakes locked), tray table with all necessities positioned in front of him, with his call bell within reach. As she approaches the door to leave, she turns and asks, 'Is there anything else I can do for you?' The patient nods and asks for a refill of his water cup and some peanut butter crackers. The therapist grimaces. What should she do?" Hannah T. Todd is a physical therapist. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "A pervasive culture of time constraints in health care." The Podcast by KevinMD is brought to you by the Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience. With so many demands on their time, physicians today report record levels of burnout. Burnout is caused by many factors, one of which is clinical documentation. Studies indicate physicians spend two hours documenting care for every hour spent with patients. At Nuance, we are committed to helping physicians do what you love – care for patients – and spend less time on clinical documentation. The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, is an AI-powered, ambient clinical intelligence solution that automatically captures patient encounters securely and accurately at the point of care. Physicians who use DAX have reported a 50 percent decrease in documentation time and a 70 percent reduction in feelings of burnout, and 83 percent of patients say their physician is more personable and conversational. Rediscover the joy of medicine with clinical documentation that writes itself, all within the EHR. VISIT SPONSOR → https://nuance.com/daxinaction SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → https://www.kevinmd.com/podcast RATE AND REVIEW → https://www.kevinmd.com/rate FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM → https://www.instagram.com/kevinphomd FOLLOW ON TIKTOK → https://www.tiktok.com/@kevinphomd GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → https://earnc.me/4ErMAl Powered by CMEfy.
Learning how to practice constraint around the holidays can be challenging when you constantly think that more is better. Yet eating, drinking, spending, and scheduling more usually leads to a less satisfying experience. On today's show, learn how constraining your thoughts can create a more abundant relationship with your body, time and money.
After business school, David Velez moved to Latin America to become a venture capitalist. But after finding a dearth of startups to invest in, he founded one of his own. Since then, Nubank has grown into the largest independent digital bank in the world. The Brazil-based company has over 39 million users and a valuation north of $25 billion. David shares how Nubank built a waitlist of over a million people in just 18 months, why the company's first product was a purple credit card, and how waking up at 5am every day makes him a better founder. (Original Air Date: Jun-9-2021)
Kelly talks to former Obama White House staffers Marina Nitze and Nick Sinai about their new book: “Hack Your Bureaucracy: Get Things Done No Matter What Your Role on Any Team.” “Constraints can unleash creativity.” “You should always question ‘water cooler rules.'” “If you are trying to make a change in a large organization, you're selling, whether you […]
Today we talk to CharacterStrong co-founder Houston Kraft about practicing gratitude. He shares how when it comes to gratitude, constraint increases creativity, specificity drives significance, and absence amplifies. Houston also shares some words of gratitude to all of those in education that are serving students and families every day.
Most if not all real estate entrepreneurs rely on an effective advertising campaign to attract investors. So, how do you execute an effective real estate ad campaign? What metrics do you need to track to monitor its effectiveness?In the second episode of this three-part series with Dan Barrett of AdWords Nerds, he elaborates on what an effective ad campaign is and looks like. Dan also discusses the difference between top and bottom funnel, the role of keywords in your campaign, and how numbers can help find the weakest link in the business process. He then discusses the expenses to expect when running a campaign as well as how to make it stand out from the rest. Enjoy our #TechandTacticsTuesday episode!Key Points From This Episode: Why is it important to have a sense of what kind of audience you want to reach out to?What does it mean when you say top funnel and button funnel in online marketing?What is the Theory of Constraints?Why do you need to find that one thing that hindrances your success and fix it?How can numbers shape and help real estate investors find the weakest link in the business process?What is an ad campaign?Dan describes Google Ads as an auction.What should one expect in terms of expenses using AdWords?Why do you need to consider the size of your market when thinking about your ad campaign?How to make sure that your ad campaign stands out from the rest?Tweetables:“If you back up and you say, "Okay, my real estate investing business is a system, it is a series of interconnected pieces." And those pieces interact with each other, right? Like my marketing funnel interacts with my acquisitions person, my acquisition person, and how they close interacts with my CRM, which interacts with how much money I get in my checking account when I close on a deal, right? These are all interacting pieces.”“You could spend all your time making every other link in the chain stronger, it doesn't make the chain any better. You have to make the weakest link stronger, and sort of back this up and say, ‘Okay, let's bring this down to Earth and talk about marketing.'”“The more specific the keywords you put in, the fewer the amount of people you are going to get in front of and the more focused those people are going to be.”“The number one rule of being successful in the market is don't lose money and stay in the market.”Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:AdWord Nerds websiteWS1485: Why I Gave Up Teaching To Focus on REI Marketing | Dan BarrettAbout Dan BarrettDan Barrett helps real estate investors get more leads and deals online.Dan is Head Nerd at AdWords Nerds, the world's largest Google Partner agency working only with real estate investors. He's managed over 5 million dollars a year in client ad spend, found hundreds of real estate deals for his clients, and been behind extensive industry experimentation and original research. He's worked with investors and companies like Joe McCall, Alex Joungblood, Tom Krol, 1-800-Fair-Offer, Investor Carrot, and more.Dan also runs the exclusive REI Lead Gen Mentorship Group, an intensive online workshop where he personally helps a small group of investors automate their lead acquisition processes and dominate their local markets online.You can find out more about him at AdWordsNerds.com.
Venturing behind the scenes of the best kitchens of the world and Dave's own decidedly uneven TikTok feed, Dave and Chris map out the best ways to navigate over-the-top marathon dinners, social media pseudo-experts, and several other perils of modern life—and then debate how and when the Wheel of Constraint might rear its spinning head again. Plus: Nobu water, temperance menus, surviving the French Laundry wine pairing, Kool Moe Dee, brutally hard canapé stations, bailing after the bread course, moonlighting in WWE, steak-prep superstitions, going to war with Gordon Ramsay, caveman artists, Max Verstappen, yam-shaming, onigiri stuffing, and imagining a world history fantasy league. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass, Cory McConnell, and Aleya Zenieris Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices