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The Cabral Concept
2376: How to Break Free From the Status Quo (MM)

The Cabral Concept

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 18:10 Very Popular


Oftentimes we are taught that it is wrong to want more…   Conventional teaching allows us to reach the status quo, and that is not necessarily a bad thing, but you may want more for yourself and your family.   You have so much more potential to reach beyond the status quo but in order to do that, you must first know where you want to be going.   So on today's #CabralConcept 2376 I want to share with you how to break free from the status quo and truly live to your fullest potential– Enjoy the show and let me know what you thought!   - - - For Everything Mentioned In Today's Show: StephenCabral.com/2376 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!

Mindset & Motivation
How to Break Free From the Status Quo

Mindset & Motivation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 18:37


Most of us are taught that it is wrong to want more out of life…   Conventional teaching allows us to reach the status quo, and that is not necessarily a bad thing, but what if you have bigger dreams and goals?   I believe you have so much more potential inside of you, and so much more to offer to this world…   So on today's #CabralConcept 2376 I want to share with you how to break free from the status quo and truly live to your fullest potential– Enjoy the show and let me know what you thought in the comments!   - - - For Everything Mentioned In Today's Show: StephenCabral.com/2376 - - - Get a FREE Copy of Dr. Cabral's Book: The Rain Barrel Effect - - - Join the Community & Get Your Questions Answered: CabralSupportGroup.com - - - Dr. Cabral's Most Popular At-Home Lab Tests: > Complete Minerals & Metals Test (Test for mineral imbalances & heavy metal toxicity) - - - > Complete Candida, Metabolic & Vitamins Test (Test for 75 biomarkers including yeast & bacterial gut overgrowth, as well as vitamin levels) - - - > Complete Stress, Mood & Metabolism Test (Discover your complete thyroid, adrenal, hormone, vitamin D & insulin levels) - - - > Complete Food Sensitivity Test (Find out your hidden food sensitivities) - - - > Complete Omega-3 & Inflammation Test (Discover your levels of inflammation related to your omega-6 to omega-3 levels) - - - Get Your Question Answered On An Upcoming HouseCall: StephenCabral.com/askcabral - - - Would You Take 30 Seconds To Rate & Review The Cabral Concept? The best way to help me spread our mission of true natural health is to pass on the good word, and I read and appreciate every review!

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg
Home Sweet Home Chicago (08/06/22) – David Hochberg with Kari Kohler with the Kohler Group at Coldwell Banker, Mike Long of Mike's Landscape Lighting, Builder Supply Outlet's Tom Jahnke, Real Estate attorney Dave Schlueter

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022


We started off this week's show by chatting with Kari Kohler of the Kohler Group at Coldwell Banker about the current real estate market trends.  Next, THE Mike of Mike's Landscape Lighting, Mike Long, joined the program to share how he helped a listener who just bought a new home in a dark neighborhood in and wanted […]

The Intermediate Line Podcast
Episode 141 - Keith Rose-Innes (Alphonse Fishing Company)

The Intermediate Line Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 144:52


On Episode 141- We are really excited to bring you a true GOAT as we chat to Keith Rose-Innes. Keith is well known around the world for playing a major role in exposing the Seychelles as one of the most iconic Flyfishing destinations known, however there is so much more to Keith that we talk about on this show. Keith's influence on the greater fishing community goes beyond his results on the water, as many will know that Keith has been integral in the development of some of the most popular flies that have comes from the Seychelles such as the Alplexo Crab, The Brush Fly and the NYAP. On this show we talk about the very first Alplexo Crab and how that pattern came about. Keith is also part owner of Shilton Reels, as well as an ambassador/ advisor for Thomas &Thomas Fly Rods and Cortland Fly Lines. We cover a lot of interesting stuff on this episode, but what will be of a lot of interest to many is the " Do bumpies actually eat" discussion.  Also on this show, we chat about industry ethics, of the back of a recent run of plagiarism that we seen target Aussie innovators in both the Fly Industry and the Conventional industry. We chat about how this legal but unethical practice is actually affecting you and offer a few thoughts on how you can benefit your time on the water by your actions off the water regarding this ugliness. This show is brought to you by Nervous Water, Kettafly Apparel and Beast Brushes

The Big Show
Multi-Crop Conventional Family Farm receive Award

The Big Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 23:25


The Wenger's of Elgin, IA raise many diverse crops as well as manage Wenger Seed and complete custom farming. For their outstanding practices, they received the Wergin Good Farm Neighbor Award. The second hour of The Big Show features discussion of their operation with the Wenger's themselves and others there to celebrate the achievement.

The Dream Job System Podcast
5 Things I Didn't Need To Start My Side Hustles / Business | Ep #262

The Dream Job System Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 10:58


Austin shares 5 things that he absolutely did not need to start his side hustles or business!Time Stamped Show Notes:[0:30] - Conventional wisdom isn't always right[1:30] - A fancy website[3:33] - A business plan[6:10] - Funding[7:57] - Incorporating/LLC[9:07] - Business CardsHave questions about how to start a successful side hustle? Text them to Austin at (201) 479-9511.Ask Austin Anything:Click here to get your question answered on a future #AAA episodeShare Your Feedback:Want a free resume or LinkedIn profile review from Austin? Leave us a rating or review on iTunes to automatically be entered to win. We choose winners every week, click here to learn how to leave a review and enter to win.What should Austin talk about next? Ask a question or share your thoughts at CultivatedCulture.com/FeedbackConnect With Austin:Cultivated CultureLinkedInInstagram@austinbelcak on TwitterTry Austin's free Resume Builder, free Resume Scanner, and free Mailscoop email finder tool

The Innovative Mindset
What Does It Take To Succeed as a Multi-faceted Entrepreneur

The Innovative Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 25:05


Can a Multi-faceted Entrepreneur Really Succeed? Conventional wisdom has said that if you are to succeed as either a creative and/or an entrepreneur that you have drill down to the one thing and do that one thing exclusively. But recently, more people have broken out of the mold and embraced being multi-faceted. Like a gorgeous gem, you have many faces, facets, talents, and skills. How do you need to structure your time if you have multiple interests and revenue streams? What will success look like if you are a multi-faceted creative or entrepreneur? Can a generalist really make it? In this episode, I break down some of the key techniques you can apply to do just that. Connect with me. Book a Discovery Call Answering a Question? We'd love to hear from you! Leave Us A Voicemail (and yours might get picked to be in an episode) This episode is brought to you by Brain.fm. I love and use brain.fm! It combines music and neuroscience to help me focus, meditate, and even sleep! Because you listen to this show, you can get a free trial and 20% off with this exclusive coupon code: innovativemindset .* URL: https://brain.fm/innovativemindset You'll love this episode if you want to spark your inner genius. And don't forget there's a bonus mini-episode here if you join the coffee by the water club. Liking the Show? You can now show your support with Innovative Mindset Merch! Get LIT! Grab the lightbulb logo on a bottle, hat, phone case, button, and more.   Support the Podcast. Or join my brand new Coffee By The Water Club and get a bunch of extra goodies like bonus podcast episodes, art no one else sees, and music no one else hears! Social Media LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/izoldat/ Website: IzoldaT.com Author Website: https://izoldatauthor.com/ Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/IzoldaST Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/izoldat/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@izoldat Twitter: https://twitter.com/Izoldat Listen on These Channels Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts | Podbean | MyTuner | iHeart Radio | TuneIn | Deezer | Overcast | PodChaser | Listen Notes | Player FM | Podcast Addict | Podcast Republic | I'm thrilled that you're tuning in to the Innovative Mindset. Get in touch if you have questions or comments. *Affiliate link. If you purchase it through the above links and take the 20% off, I'll get a small commission.  

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast
331 | Motivational Housecat

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022


He only asked us to review his work, but there were so many questions we asked Drew Gold to join us and discuss Motivational Housecat!, old comic strips, underground comix, animation, tools, art direction and getting his work seen. DOWNLOAD … Continue reading →

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Todd White | The Best vs Worst Alcohol to Consume on the Keto Diet KKP: 442

The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 67:42


Today, I am blessed to have here with me Todd White. As the founder of Dry Farm Wines, a writer, speaker, and leader in the organic/Natural Wine movement, Todd White has widely educated communities on conscious consumption. Todd is a self-described biohacker who practices daily meditation, Wim Hof breathing, cold thermogenesis, a ketogenic diet, and daily 22-hour intermittent fasting. He is also a frequent speaker on topics including meditation and the Dry Farm Wines unique company culture. Built on a foundation of honesty and peace, Dry Farm Wines has seen remarkable growth, making it one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S., without any debt or investors. Dry Farm Wines is endorsed by many leading U.S. performance influencers with pure Natural Wines that are lab tested to ensure each bottle is sugar-free (0-0.15g per glass), lower in sulfites, and lower in alcohol (under 12.5% alc/vol). The wines are friendly to low carb, Paleo, ketogenic, and low sugar diets. Dry Farm Wines is proud to be the largest Natural Wine merchant in the world, bringing awareness to Natural Wine consumption and supporting farmers who honor the soil. In this episode, Todd reveals the inspiration behind his company Dry Farm Wines. Following a ketogenic lifestyle, Todd started to relate to alcohol negatively. Eventually, this led to the creation of Dry Farm Wines and Todd's immense passion for organic natural wine. Todd explains why you can't buy healthy wine at a conventional store and why organic wine isn't the same as natural wine. Tune in as we chat about corruption in the wine industry and why you should consider getting Dry Farm Wines. Find their products here: http://www.ketokampwie.com / / E P I S O D E   S P ON S O R S  Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KETOKAMP15 at checkout for 15% off your order.  Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list.  *Some Links Are Affiliates* [00:50] Are You Having an Adverse Relationship With Wine During Ketosis?  When Todd was therapeutically ketogenic, he had a negative relationship with wine.  For many people who become ketogenic, it's common that their relationship with alcohol also changes. Several factors that impact your relationship with alcohol - sugar and stress are significant.  After stumbling upon an organic natural wine, Todd did some lab testing on wines. Eventually, Todd started Dry Farm Wines. Learn more here: http://www.ketokampwine.com [15:30] Why You Can't Buy Healthy Wine at Your Conventional Store  Excess drinking can cause inflammation.  Todd will drink wines that are between 10 and 11% alcohol. Conventional wines are generally 14 to 15% alcohol. Because there is less alcohol in natural wine, it dramatically affects how you feel, your brain health, and your inflammation.  Wine used to be a healthy drink; now, wine is unhealthy.  Multi-billion dollar marketing conglomerates are making wine production cheaper and faster. So, the wines in your typical store are unhealthy and cheaply made.  [26:50] Did You Know That Wine Is the Only Major Food Group Without a Contents Label? Wine is the only major food group without a contents label. There is no content label or nutritional information on the wine.  Sugar is the most widely addictive and abused drug on the planet, leading to chronic illness. The wine industry has spent millions of dollars in lobby money over the years to keep content labeling off of wine because they don't want you to know what's in it. [29:40] Health Leaders Recommend Drinking Tequila; However, It May Not Be the Best Choice Many health leaders recommend tequila as the alcohol of choice if you're going to drink. Tequila is a distilled spirit that is pure and clean. Plus, it comes from a plant. The problem with tequila is that it is 45% alcohol. Alcohol is not your friend; it has limited benefits in the right dosage in the right way.  The more alcohol you drink, the more likely you will consume even more.   [34:00] Natural Wine Is Always Organic or Biodynamically Grown The most significant hallmark of natural wine is it is always organic or biodynamically grown. Not all organic wines are natural; however, natural wines are always organic.  Drinking organic wine is better than drinking non-organic wine.  Biodynamic farming was developed in 1925 as an advanced form of organic farming.  This type of farming will include harvesting based on the lunar cycle, and they create natural organic potions for the vines.  [38:35] Natural Wine Is Always Fermented With Wild Indigenous Native Yeast The next hallmark of natural wine is that they are always fermented with wild indigenous native yeast.  Commercial wines are always fermented with GMO lab-cultured yeast.  You can't make commercial wines using wild native yeast because the yeast is too unstable, and it won't work in large volumes. That's why natural wine growers don't have brand names; they can't create enough wine using wild yeast.  [46:15] We Love That Dry Farm Wines Are Sugar-Free and Keto Friendly All Dry Farm Wines are sugar-free.  If you are following the ketogenic lifestyle, Dry Farm Wines suits you!  Plus, Dry Farm Wines test for sulfites. The only way to claim that wine is sugar-free is to test it.  Last year, Todd tested the top 20 best-selling wines in America. Only two of them met the criteria for sugar-free.  AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode:  Check out Dry Farm Wines: http://www.ketokampwine.com Follow Dry Farm Wines Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dryfarmwines/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dryfarmwines Twitter: https://twitter.com/dryfarmwines Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dryfarmwines/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/dryfarmwines Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸clubhouse | @thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. If you think you have a medical problem, consult a licensed physician.

Anticipating The Unintended
#179 The Flesh is Willing but the Mind is Weak

Anticipating The Unintended

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 23:45


Global Policy Watch: Energy Is Flagging Insights on burning policy issues from an Indian lens— RSJWho do you think has a better long-term view of the world? An administration struggling to control inflation and rising oil prices, one that’s facing midterm elections with the lowest approval ratings, or large institutional investors projected to own about 20 per cent of all US listed companies by 2028? I don’t know. I mean, it is conventional wisdom that all that the likes of Blackrock, Vanguard and State Street care about is making profits on their investments. On the other hand, the government is expected to take long-term decisions in the interest of society. But when you own 20 per cent of everything, I would suspect you will conclude there’s no other way to maximise profits except trying to do good for everyone. I mean, there won’t be a lot of arbitrage left anymore in choosing specific industries or sectors. You will have to do ‘sabka saath, sabka vikaas’. No wonder ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) investing has been important for these large institutional investors. That ESG is now a critical agenda tracked by the board of every company because of these investors' efforts. All good. Now, let’s look at the incentives of political parties. It is to win elections. Everything else follows only after you have the keys to power. And elections in democracies are a permanent affair. There’s a key election of some kind happening every other year. Will a political party craft a policy that’s painful in the short run but good in the long run? They do, but it requires a combination of inspiring leadership or ideology, a looming crisis and a powerful communication strategy to walk on this difficult path. That’s rare. Instead, what you have is parties taking the easy, opportunistic way out while hoping it will somehow make sense in the long run. Two Roads DivergedHere are two news items from last week for you.#1: Democrats may be on the verge of passing historic climate legislation after all.The $369 billion of climate spending in the Inflation Reduction Act that Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) announced on Wednesday includes funding for clean energy and electric vehicle tax breaks, domestic manufacturing of batteries and solar panels, and pollution reduction.If the bill’s policies work as intended, it would push American consumers and industry away from reliance on fossil fuels, penalize fossil fuel companies for excess emissions of methane, and inject needed funds into pollution cleanup.The bill would use tax credits to incentivize consumers to buy electric cars, electric HVAC systems, and other forms of cleaner technology that would lead to less emissions from cars and electricity generation, and includes incentives for companies to manufacture that technology in the United States. It also includes money for a host of other climate priorities, like investing in forest and coastal restoration and in resilient agriculture.#2: Blackrock warns it will vote against more climate change resolutionsBlackRock (BLK.N) said on Tuesday it expected to support fewer shareholder resolutions on issues such as climate change in the current season of annual general meetings, as many proposals were too prescriptive.While BlackRock said its view on the importance of managing climate risk remained unchanged and it continued to engage with companies over their efforts, a number of resolutions put forward at recent AGMs were too constraining on boards.Among such resolutions that it said it could oppose were those requiring management to stop providing finance to traditional energy companies, or those requiring alignment of bank business models to a specific climate scenario.Among votes that BlackRock has already opposed was an April 13 call for Canadian lender Bank of Montreal to adopt a policy to link financing with the International Energy Agency's Net Zero Emissions by 2050 Scenario.While the US administration is going down the path of spending more on tackling climate change, Blackrock seems to be signalling a u-turn. What Led Them HereSo, back to the question with which we started. Who do you trust is taking a long-term view here?Some context here will help. These moves have come on the back of an energy crisis facing the world today. Most of the commentary on this has attributed this to the Ukraine war and the sanction on Russia that followed. The general view is that this crisis will disappear once the war ends. How true is this? Not very if you look closely. Over the past many years, the energy inventory has been declining because the supply has held flat or gone down while the demand continues to be robust (except for the pandemic blip). The green sources of energy haven’t been able to fill the gap on the supply side. As we have come out of the pandemic, the global demand has gone up (though still below 2019 levels) while the supply isn’t keeping pace. This was even before the Russian invasion. The reasons for this aren’t hard to locate. Conventional energy companies have found it hard to fund new projects because ESG investing norms have made the availability of capital difficult. The so-called ‘extractive industries’ are orphans in capital and debt markets. Most of the growth in energy supplies in the last decade has come from shales. A lot of money was put to work to increase the efficiency of pumping out oil from shales. The three big shale fields in the Permian, the Bakken and the Eagle Ford pumped out enough oil to not have anyone worry about supply shortages anytime in the last decade. But like all good things, we have depleted these fields at rates faster than predicted. There’s been hardly any capacity developed that has backfilled these fields elsewhere. And it is unlikely we will get a second-time lucky so soon in finding rich fields like them. If the market were efficient, we would have seen capital find its way into funding newer sources. But the ESG overdrive led by the Big 3 index funds put up a barrier to that flow. And the energy companies that are making big profits now because of the high prices aren’t themselves putting money into conventional extraction. That would be seen as a negative in the market. So, even they are being constrained by the ESG norms. Into this decadal low in investment in production came the Ukraine war. Things have gone further south since. Europe needs Russian gas, and Putin is enjoying the gradual choking of the supply that will make things worse during the oncoming winter. Only last week, Russia’s Gazprom told its customers in Europe it cannot guarantee gas supplies because of ‘extraordinary’ circumstances. Heh!Gazprom said stopping another turbine at the Nord Stream 1 pipeline would cut daily gas production to 20%, halving the current level of supply. It is likely to make it more difficult for EU countries to replenish their stores of gas before winter.The Nord Stream 1 pipeline, which pumps gas from Russia to Germany, has been running well below capacity for weeks, and was completely shut down for a 10-day maintenance break earlier this month.The European Commission has urged countries to cut gas use by 15% over the next seven months after Russia warned it could curb or halt supplies altogether. Under the proposals, the voluntary target could become mandatory in an emergency. On Tuesday energy ministers will meet in Brussels in an attempt to sign off the plans.But numerous opt-outs are expected amid resistance from some member states.To this, add that the US has been depleting its SPR (Special Petroleum Reserves) to boost supply and keep prices under control. Last week it announced another 20 million barrels were released from SPR. But this isn’t sustainable, and it is likely this is the last of it.I don’t know about you, but I think the supply situation looks to worsen in the future. Evaluating the ResponsesNow, look at the two news articles that we started with. After a decade of not adding real capacity to boost energy supply, starving investments in conventional energy, stupidly shutting down nuclear plants and going for investments in wind and solar that are by themselves energy and capital intensive to set up, we are here with two kinds of response.  One is from the US government. Instead of finding ways to invest in the sector to solve this crisis is going the other way. Releasing special reserves, cutting taxes on gasoline, placing more restrictions on the conventional energy sector and planning to deficit fund more investments in green energy without a clear answer on how it will help with supply. These will only increase demand in the short term without any corresponding increase in supply to address it.The other is from the face of greedy capitalism, Blackrock, who thinks we might have overdone the ESG investment thesis without fully appreciating the unintended consequences of starving the oil and gas sector of investments. Maybe the rhetoric against conventional energy has gone overboard without an immediate answer to the supply shortfall. So, some calibration is needed now. Else, there will be significant pain ahead with misallocation of investments and a deepening energy crisis. The poor and the developing nations are most affected by higher oil prices. And poverty is worse for climate change. More than fossil fuels.  Those then are the two narratives. As London and NYC sweat in an unprecedented heat wave this summer, you know who will win the narrative battle. The war will be lost though. Thanks for reading Anticipating the Unintended! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support our work.A Framework A Week: Building Models Tools to help think about public policy— RSJLast week I came across this piece on ‘Models as mediating instruments’ by Margaret Morrison and Mary S. Morgan. You should read the full chapter. The authors lay out the importance of model building in helping us learn about theories and how they might operate in the world:Models are one of the critical instruments of modern science. We know that models function in a variety of different ways within the sciences to help us to learn not only about theories but also about the world. So far, however, there seems to be no systematic account of how they operate in both of these domains.And then, they proceed to outline how we should think about developing models that function as autonomous agents and as instruments of investigation of the world. Here’s a short extract from their introduction to model building:In order to make good our claim, we need to raise and answer a number of questions about models. We outline the important questions here before going on to provide detailed answers. These questions cover four basic elements in our account of models, namely how they are constructed, how they function, what they represent and how we learn from them.Construction What gives models their autonomy? Part of the answer lies in their construction. It is common to think that models can be derived entirely from theory or from data. However, if we look closely at the way models are constructed we can begin to see the sources of their independence. It is because they are neither one thing nor the other, neither just theory nor data, but typically involve some of both (and often additional ‘outside’ elements), that they can mediate between theory and the world. In addressing these issues we need to isolate the nature of this partial independence and determine why it is more useful than full independence or full dependence. Functioning What does it mean for a model to function autonomously? Here we explore the various tasks for which models can be used. We claim that what it means for a model to function autonomously is to function like a tool or instrument. Instruments come in a variety of forms and fulfil many different functions. By its nature, an instrument or tool is independent of the thing it operates on, but it connects with it in some way. Although a hammer is separate from both the nail and the wall, it is designed to fulfil the task of connecting the nail to the wall. So too with models. They function as tools or instruments and are independent of, but mediate between things; and like tools, can often be used for many different tasks. Representing Why can we learn about the world and about theories from using models as instruments? To answer this we need to know what a model consists of. More specifically, we must distinguish between instruments which can be used in a purely instrumental way to effect something and instruments which can also be used as investigative devices for learning something. We do not learn much from the hammer. But other sorts of tools (perhaps just more sophisticated ones) can help us learn things. The thermometer is an instrument of investigation: it is physically independent of a saucepan of jam, but it can be placed into the boiling jam to tell us its temperature. Scientific models work like these kinds of investigative instruments – but how? The critical difference between a simple tool, and a tool of investigation is that the latter involves some form of representation: models typically represent either some aspect of the world, or some aspect of our theories about the world, or both at once. Hence the model’s representative power allows it to function not just instrumentally, but to teach us something about the thing it represents. LearningAlthough we have isolated representation as the mechanism that enables us to learn from models we still need to know how this learning takes place and we need to know what else is involved in a model functioning as a mediating instrument. Part of the answer comes from seeing how models are used in scientific practice. We do not learn much from looking at a model – we learn more from building the model and from manipulating it. Just as one needs to use or observe the use of a hammer in order to really understand its function, similarly, models have to be used before they will give up their secrets. In this sense, they have the quality of a technology – the power of the model only becomes apparent in the context of its use. Models function not just as a means of intervention, but also as a means of representation. It is when we manipulate the model that these combined features enable us to learn how and why our interventions work.The whole chapter and Mary Morgan’s book (The World in the Model: How Economists Work and Think) is a great tool for building models.  India Policy Watch: Hoping Against HopeInsights on burning policy issues in India - Pranay KotasthaneEarlier this week, the union cabinet approved a revival package for the ever-embattled Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) worth ₹1.64 lakh crores. Let’s analyse this decision ground-up Let’s look at the two stated aims. The first argument is that the presence of BSNL in the telecom market acts as a market balancer; it plays a significant role in providing services to rural areas and during natural disasters. The second argument is that the telecom sector is strategic; hence, BSNL will become the vehicle for the government to “promote indigenous 4G technology development”. In other words, BSNL will have to commission an atmanirbhar 4G technology that Tata Consultancy Services and C-DOT are developing. A part of the bailout—₹22,471 crores—is allocated for capital expenditure on this deployment.For a moment, assume that both objectives are desirable. The question is, are there alternative methods to achieve the two stated objectives?Given the positive externalities of network infrastructure today, government intervention in rural connectivity makes sense. But the instrument required to achieve this objective doesn’t require the government to produce this service by itself through a public sector unit. The same objective could be achieved by a government procurement contract which finances private sector players for capital expenditure on network infrastructure in low-density areas. Think of a non-coercive version of the Regional Air Travel Connectivity Scheme - UDAN, but for mobile connectivity. This method would likely be far cheaper than attempting to revive a government-run company that incurs losses despite playing a game in which the umpire also belongs to the same team. This would be beneficial for the people living in far-flung areas too. Why condemn them to slow 3G services of BSNL when the government can finance private players to provide 4G services instead?Next, consider the strategic necessity argument. 4G was introduced in India a full decade ago. When the world (and India) is commissioning 5G connectivity, an Indian consortium has now done trials for home-grown 4G technology. Granted, that 4G is not going away anytime soon, but why should it now be shoved down BSNL’s throat? To me, it seems like a classic error—a violation of the Tinbergen Rule, which we had discussed in edition #135. The rule says: use one policy instrument for just one target (or as few as possible). Burdening one instrument with several objectives often results in a system that fulfils none. In the current case, it means that BSNL can either be an instrument to connect remote areas or it can be a testbed for indigenous technologies, but not both. To expect it to do both would make things tougher for an already troubled entity. More important, it would be a waste of taxpayers’ hard-earned money.Since allowing adversaries to manage your core networks is a strategic vulnerability, a better alternative would be to give domestic players a target for eliminating Huawei from their 4G networks over time. If the indigenous solution is any good, some players will consider opting for it. The second option is to support the indigenous 4G’s go-to-market programmes in other countries. Either way, the objective can be achieved without hoping against the BSNL hope.Finally, a reminder. The cost to society for one rupee raised by governments in India is ₹3 (Marginal Cost of Public Funds). So, Indians will be incurring nearly ₹5 lakh crores. For comparison, that is nearly 10 per cent of RBI’s foreign exchange reserves in equivalent rupees. Is protecting BSNL really worth this kind of expenditure?Course Advertisement: Admissions for the Sept 2022 cohort of Takshashila’s Graduate Certificate in Public Policy programme are now open! Visit this link to apply.PolicyWTF: Playing with Fire AgainThis section looks at egregious public policies. Policies that make you go: WTF, Did that really happen? - Pranay KotasthaneA couple of weeks ago, a film poster depicting Kaali Maa began an outrage cycle. As it happens with frightening regularity nowadays, it culminated in a couple of FIRs being filed against the director. Forget the fact that the movie was released in Canada by an Indian citizen from Tamil Nadu; the FIRs were nevertheless registered in Delhi and UP. It’s not worth spending time and energy on these Whack-A-Mole outrages. What concerns me more is the Indian High Commission in Ottawa’s press release. It read:We have received complaints from leaders of the Hindu community in Canada about disrespectful depiction of Hindu Gods on the poster of a film showcased as part of the 'Under the Tent' project at the Aga Khan Museum, Toronto.Our Consulate General in Toronto has conveyed these concerns to the organizers of the event.We are also informed that several Hindu groups have approached authorities in Canada to take action.We urge the Canadian authorities and the event organizers to withdraw all such provocative material. In the past, the official Indian position would have been to play the matter down and leave the issue to the host country. It is unusual and disappointing for an Indian embassy to act as a messenger for religious groups in other countries. Canadian citizens of the Hindu faith aren’t Indians. This admonishment by an Indian government entity is out of place.I say that the government is playing with fire here because acting on behalf of citizens of other countries—for whatever reason—is a slippery slope. There’s a reason that Indian immigrants are welcomed in many countries. Contrast that with China. The aggressive opposition by some Chinese immigrants against criticisms of the Chinese Communist Party in their host country ends up being detrimental to all Chinese immigrants. It’s in India’s interest that emigrants become trustworthy members of their host community. We shouldn’t go down the path China has.HomeWorkReading and listening recommendations on public policy matters[Article] In the last edition, we had written about the Enforcement Directorate’s zeal to slap charges of money laundering. This week, the Supreme Court upheld its powers under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). In his latest column, Pratap Bhanu Mehta explains why this implies, “Rather than being the guardian of rights, the Supreme Court is now a significant threat to it”.[Podcast] In the latest Puliyabaazi, we take a long hard look at the consequences of emigration on India. [Article] How can the government intervene to reduce dependence on Chinese pharma APIs? Bambawale et al. explain.[Paper] Jonathan Haidt has helpfully combined all the latest research on social media’s impact on society in this one master document. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit publicpolicy.substack.com

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg
Home Sweet Home Chicago (07/30/22) – David Hochberg with MegaPros Joe, Realtor Amy Kite, Sara Andreas with Robert R. Andreas and Sons, Rich Dykstra of Dykstra Home Services

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022


We started off this week's show by chatting with Dykstra Homes Services'  Rich Dykstra to talk about getting your house ready for winter, by scheduling a time to have them come check out and clean your furnace. Next, Sara Andreas with Robert R. Andreas and Sons joined the show to talk about their new financing options. Then, […]

NETWORK MARKETING MADE SIMPLE
How To Get Out Of The Corporate Rat Race with Liam Leonard

NETWORK MARKETING MADE SIMPLE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 33:11


About Liam: My goal is to get the best financing solution for you and your family to purchase your next home, save money through a refinance, or by getting cash-out based on your home equity. When you work with me, you work with someone who is communicative and transparent. You will be well informed, receive detailed responses, and will always get a response from me. I believe in long-term relationships and my aim is to be able to help you with your current loan as well as all your future financing needs. I am well versed in multiple product types such as Conventional, FHA, VA, Jumbo, NON-QM, Commercial, and Hard Money to ensure you are getting the solution that's right for you. I'm also a real estate investor myself. I love being able to review other investors' portfolios to see how we can optimize their financing to save money or create additional liquidity. I work with a lot of fix-and-flip and rehab-to-rent (BRRRR) clients to do just that. I love being a part of the community and being able to offer finance solutions that help revitalize the dilapidated housing stock. I grew up in Southern California before heading back East to attend college at Yale University where I received a B.A. in Economics. I returned to Southern California to stay warm and obtained an MBA from UCLA Anderson in international management with a real estate and finance concentration. However, my home is in the Pacific Northwest now, where I live just outside of Seattle raising two energetic boys with my wife. liam.leonard@dmlcapmtg.com https://www.theprosperityperspective.com/

Wellness By Design
Outsmarting Menopause for Smart Women

Wellness By Design

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 35:58


Link to the Becoming Pain-Free summit: https://painfree.byhealthmeans.com/?idev_id=26750 The smart woman's guide to menopause. Join me and my guest, Dr. Jessica Drummond, to learn more about how you can get control over your symptoms so you can feel more comfortable. In this episode you'll learn: ⏰ 6:49 Perimenopause and menopause symptoms and conventional ⏰ 9:54 Symptoms are exacerbated by disruption of the autonomic nervous system  ⏰ 14:32 Conventional treatments for the uncomfortable symptoms of perimenopause ⏰ 18:25 How to shift out of the ‘freeze' state of the nervous system  ⏰ 25:46 How to increase libido ⏰ 28:33 The ONE thing you can do today to upgrade your health Listen to Wellness By Design on the go with these apps: Apple Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Subscribe, rate and review! Check out Dr. Jessica's Bio: Dr. Jessica Drummond is the CEO of The Integrative Women's Health Institute and author of Outsmart Endometriosis. She holds licenses in physical therapy and clinical nutrition and is a board certified health coach. She has 20 years of experience working with women with chronic pelvic pain, facilitates educational programs for women's health professionals in more than 60 countries globally, and leads virtual wellness programs for people with endometriosis. Dr. Drummond lives and works with her husband and daughters between Houston, Texas, and Fairfield, Connecticut. Connect with Dr. Jessica Drummond: Website: https://integrativewomenshealthinstitute.myshopify.com/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IntegrativePelvicHealth  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/integrativewomenshealth/ ***** Hi there! I am Jane Hogan, the Wellness Engineer, and the host of Wellness By Design. I spent 30 years designing foundations for buildings until the pain and inflammation of rheumatoid arthritis led me to hang up my hard hat and follow my heart. Now I blend my backgrounds in science and spirituality to teach people how to tap into the power of their mind, body and soul. I help them release pain naturally so they can become the most wonderful fine version of themselves.  Wellness By Design is a show dedicated to helping people achieve wellness not by reacting to the world around them but by intentionally designing a life based on what their own body needs. In this show we explore practices, methods and science that contribute to releasing pain and inflammation naturally. Learn more at https://janehoganhealth.com Would you like to learn how to release pain by creating more peace and calm?  Download my free guided meditation audio bundle here: https://janehoganhealth.com/audiobundle  Connect with Jane:  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JaneHoganHealth/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janehoganhealth Janehoganhealthcoach thewellnessengineer  Bewonderfulfine DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this podcast is for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. You should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition before undertaking any diet, exercise, supplement, health program, or other procedure discussed in this podcast.

Simply Financial with Kevin Wray
Challenging Conventional Wisdom

Simply Financial with Kevin Wray

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 40:56


Conventional wisdom may not always be correct. We'll analyze and challenge some pieces of "wisdom" from the financial world that might be wrong. Contact Information: Website: https://insightfolios.com/ Phone: 704-529-9500

The Healthy Skin Show
254: Common Nutrient Deficiencies in Kids with Skin Rashes w/ Jennifer Brand MS, MPH, CNS

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 35:54


Ever wonder how it could be possible for little kids to have low levels of nutrients? Have you thought that they haven't really had “time” to lose nutrients, so they should be OK? We're learning more about this, and it's important to test before deciding on a plan of action. Improving micro AND macronutrients are important when rebuilding skin health! My guest today is Jennifer Brand, MPH, MS, CNS. She is a clinical nutritionist and the CEO of Jennifer Caryn Brand Nutrition LLC. Jennifer helps children with dry, flaky, weepy, red, itchy, painful rashes navigate the journey to healthy skin and enjoy a childhood free from disruptive skin symptoms. Instead of managing symptoms with more diet restrictions, environment changes, and prescription creams, Jennifer uses functional testing and a detailed health history to uncover unique imbalances at the heart of the problem and provides a roadmap to restore balance so that your child can eat more foods, feel good in their skin, regain normalcy, and be a child. Jennifer's own struggle with gut problems and disordered eating made worse with elimination diets, and her father's, brother's, and mother's struggles with psoriasis, eczema, and vitiligo left Jennifer frustrated. Conventional recommendations fell flat and didn't help her, or her loved ones get relief from these health problems. These experiences inspired her to search for a different approach, one that addresses the root causes of health problems like these. Jennifer has been a faculty member of LearnSkin, and her work has been featured in peer-reviewed scientific journals, Voyagela, as well as on podcasts, online summits, and in-person presentations at venues such as Casa Colina Hospital in California. Join us as we discuss how low levels of certain nutrients may contribute to your kid's skin rashes. Have you identified certain LOW or maybe even HIGH nutrient levels and it made a difference in your little one's skin health? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: What nutrient imbalances are common with kids that have eczema How kids get so low in critical nutrients How to test for this and what can be done about this from a dietary perspective What role gut health plays in resolving skin rashes What you can do RIGHT NOW to start rebuilding healthy skin Quotes “When it comes to the micronutrients, the ones that I'm seeing low levels of are vitamins A, C, E, alpha lipoic acid, CoQ10, glutathione, and plant-based antioxidants. Also B vitamins are commonly low in they're mineral imbalances and also high lipid peroxides. But really, the common thread that I see here with all of these micronutrient findings, is that they can be linked to antioxidant status and oxidative stress.” [4:48] “Supplements are not benign. And all nutrients work together in the body, so if you supplement with individual ones and it's not necessary, it can throw off other ones and cause other problems. And so it's also why it's important to test and not guess and supplement where it's actually needed.” [16:09] Links Interested in trying MegaSporeBiotic? Click HERE to grab a bottle! Find Jennifer Brand online Get Jennifer Brand's FREE Guide To Probiotics For Skin Rashes Get Jennifer Brand's free guide: Tips to Ditch the Itch Healthy Skin Show #008: Identifying The Chemical Triggers Behind Your Skin Flare-Ups w/ Jennifer Brand Healthy Skin Show #110: Missing Links Between Your Little One's Skin Rashes & Mom's Health w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, CNS Healthy Skin Show #178: Using Probiotics For Eczema in Little Ones w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, MPH, CNS Healthy Skin Show #222: Food Allergies + Skin Rashes in Kids w/ Jennifer Brand, MS, MPH, CNS Follow Jennifer on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter

The Power Hour
David Parker: A San Francisco Conservative Challenges Conventional Political Beliefs – July 28, 2022 (Hour 2)

The Power Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 54:03


  1st half: David Parker A San Francisco Conservative Challenges Conventional Political Beliefs The ancient wisdom...

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous
Can you lose fat and gain muscle at the same time?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 7:44 Very Popular


Conventional wisdom tells us to eat less to lose fat and eat more to gain muscle. How should you eat if you want to do both at the same time?Don't miss last week's episode where I talk about some of the nuances of the "calories in/calories out" equation: https://nutrition-diva.simplecast.com/episodes/are-some-calories-more-fattening-than-othersNutrition Diva is hosted by Monica Reinagel. A transcript is available at Simplecast.Have a nutrition question? Send an email to nutrition@quickanddirtytips.com or leave a voicemail at 443-961-6206.Find Nutrition Diva on Facebook and Twitter, or subscribe to the newsletter for more diet and nutrition tips.Nutrition Diva is a part of Quick and Dirty Tips.Links: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/nutrition-diva-newsletterhttps://www.facebook.com/QDTNutrition/https://twitter.com/NutritionDiva https://nutritionovereasy.com/

Mises Media
Austrian Alternatives to Conventional Economic Statistics

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022


Good theory leads to better statistics and better predictions. Download the slides from this lecture at Mises.org/MU22_PPT_19. Recorded at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 27 July 2022.

Dr. Westin Childs Podcast: Thyroid | Weight loss | Hormones
Which is the Best Type of Doctor to See for Your Thyroid? (Endos vs Holistic vs PCP vs Ob/Gyn)

Dr. Westin Childs Podcast: Thyroid | Weight loss | Hormones

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 14:20


Which is the best type of doctor to see if you have a thyroid problem? It's a question that many thyroid patients ask. Why? Because so many thyroid patients don't feel like their regular doctors are either helping them or listening to them when they talk about how they feel. With that in mind, let's talk about the various types of doctors that you CAN see if you have a thyroid problem. You can place them into 2 large groups. Conventional doctors and holistic doctors. As a brief spoiler, it's often the case that thyroid patients will feel much better when seeing holistic doctors over conventional doctors but this isn't always true (for reasons discussed in the video). When looking for a doctor to treat your thyroid, I recommend sticking to MDs and/or DOs or practitioners that prescribe thyroid medication. This will make it easier for you to get what you need. Conventional doctors include: Family practice and PCPs - Family practice doctors can be good but they are often very busy and have a lot to keep in mind so they may not be up to date on the research. Endocrinologists - Endos may be one of the worst types of doctors to see because they are often very set in their ways. General surgeons - Avoid if possible. Oncologists - Avoid if possible. Ob/GYN - Can actually be better than endos and PCP's in the right setting. They may be more inclined to provide T3 medications for fertility purposes. NP and PAs - Similar to PCP's and family practice doctors but your mileage may vary. If you can find a good NP or PA then stick with them! Alternative doctors and holistic doctors: Look for MDs and DO's that specialize in integrative medicine, functional medicine, or anti-aging medicine - These specialties tend to be the most open-minded when it comes to using alternative thyroid medications and comprehensive lab testing. Doctors that specialize in bioidentical hormone management - Doctors that specialize in bio-identical hormone management can also be great options. Naturopaths - Naturopaths, if they can prescribe medication, are also worth exploring if you can find one near you. Chiropractors - Some chiropractors are very knowledgeable in thyroid health but they can't prescribe medications. Health coaches - Health coaches are great for helping to optimize diet and other lifestyle factors which can influence your thyroid. What type of doctor are you currently seeing? Download my free thyroid resources here (including hypothyroid symptoms checklist, the complete list of thyroid lab tests + optimal ranges, foods you should avoid if you have thyroid disease, and more): https://www.restartmed.com/start-here/ Disclaimer: Dr. Westin Childs received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic medicine in 2013. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Childs is no longer practicing medicine and does not hold an active medical license so he can focus on helping people through videos, blog posts, research, and supplement formulation. To read more about why he is no longer licensed please see this page: https://www.restartmed.com/what-happe... This video is for general informational, educational, and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Childs and you. You should not make any changes to your medications or health regimens without first consulting a physician. If you have any questions please consult with your current primary care provider. Restart Medical LLC and Dr. Westin Childs are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis, or any other information, services, or product you obtain through this website or video. #thyroid #hypothyroidism #hashimoto's

Creating Wealth through Passive Apartment Investing
EP#266 Breaking through conventional barriers with Jeffrey Donis

Creating Wealth through Passive Apartment Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 25:27


Jeffrey Donis is the Head of Investor Relations at Donis Investment Group.  To empower others to achieve their financial goals through apartment investing. The Donis Brother's passion for helping people began at an early age and has bonded them as brothers and business partners. They also the host Real Estate Monopoly Podcast, a show where they interview investors who are dominating the real estate industry.Episode Spotlights- Jumping into what they wanted to end up in - Overcoming the fear of rejection - Working with brothers & working for the "WHY"- The challenge of setting proper expectations with investors- Outlook on the current market situation Book Recommendation: Fed Up, Think & Grow Rich Connect with Jeffrey Playbook: https://www.donisinvestmentgroup.com/playbookPodcast: Real Estate Monopoly Grab your freebie - Tips for Multifamily Investing at www.ushacapital.comFound this episode insightful? Show us some love by spreading the word on social media or  rating and reviewing the show here - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/multifamily-ap360/id1522097213Follow Rama on socials!LinkedIn | Meta | Twitter | InstagramConnect to Rama KrishnaE-mail: info@ushacapital.comWebsite: www.ushacapital.comThe Retirement Power Hour, with Joe Allaria, CFP®Helping listeners invest wiser and retire betterListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Cheating: When Love Lies
They Cheated On Me. I Left. Then I Replaced Them Immediately !

Cheating: When Love Lies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 34:34


Your wife has been sleeping with her assistant. Your partner has been doing the naughty-nasty in the park with the dog walker. Your boyfriend decided to go to his college reunion alone and ran into his ex: the ex he once called the “love of my life.”  Uh oh.  What if when you find out you've been cheated on, you refuse to become the devastated, dejected partner who feels cast aside, and instead you immediately start a new, passionate relationship with someone else. Conventional wisdom says take time for yourself to heal after an affair. But my guest Dr. Jennifer Guttman shares inspiring stories of betrayed spouses and partners who immediately went on to find new love - that flourished!  Dr. Jennifer Guttman is a clinical psychologist and motivator specializing in cognitive-behavior therapy featuring the Sustainable Life Satisfaction ® brand. 

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Revenue Revolutionaries
Greg Daines of Total Customer Strategy on why customers renew with suppliers, challenging conventional customer management strategies, and the role Sales plays in driving retention and growth.

Revenue Revolutionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 36:03


“Some of our most traditional, original ideas of business strategy have turned out to be profoundly flawed.”  The research is in,  the key to driving world-class customer retention and growth rates is not customer happiness or customer satisfaction. While both are important, it's the results the customer achieves with a supplier that matter most.   It may seem obvious, but conventional wisdom and behavior have not always led companies down a path to embracing the importance of ensuring customers achieve results.  In this enlightening episode of Value Builders, Dave sits down with customer retention, growth, and strategy expert, Greg Daines, to discuss how Greg's economics background and retention research are providing a clearer understanding of how to  effectively attain better retention and growth rates by changing behavior and creating meaningful results for customers.About Greg Daines Greg Daines is a leading expert in customer retention, growth, and strategy. Throughout his career as both a founder and executive, he has regularly challenged the conventional thinking. He has spent the past several years working with companies around the world to transform their results using his unique Total Customer Strategy playbooks. Greg is known for his thought-provoking and data-driven approach, and he holds advanced degrees in business and economics from MIT and Cambridge University.

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast
330 | Headless – Alex Banchitta

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022


Headless is a comic working on a second season and Alex Banchitta comes on to talk about storytelling, publishing, printing, script writing, Salem Witch Trials and Knights Templar. Just try and keep up with him. DOWNLOAD Headless By Alex Banchitta … Continue reading →

Reset Renew Revive
62: Dr. Brittany Henderson MD: Bridging Traditional Medicine with Complementary Medicine

Reset Renew Revive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 24:12


Today Dr. Brittany Henderson MD speaks to the challenges of treating thyroid patients with strictly conventional medicine. She implores patients and doctors to develop a comprehensive approach to their treatment. Conventional medicine tends to ignore or is completely unaware of the positive effects lifestyle and nutritional care can have when paired with medication. Dr. Henderson teaches us that a patient's experience can be more informative than lab results alone.   Key Takeaways [3:25] The research vs the clinical. Patient feedback saying the medicine is NOT working and they are in pain.  [4:15] Shifting the focus from simply medicating  but also taking into account nutrition, lifestyle and healing the immune system. [6:10] Conventional medicine is looking at the TSH hormones range which is so broad and Optimized is the key within all hormones not simply one hormone. [7:55] Lab results are only part of a diagnosis, a patient's input can really inform a doctor on how the treatment is working. [9:50] Can you treat your thyroid naturally? [13:10] The American College of Thyroidology: bridging conventional medicine and integrative medicine. [16:50] better late than never..we are moving in the right direction [17:40] There is hope for reversal and improval: entering remission is possible with Hashimoto's disease Resources    The American College of Thyroidology WWW.ACTthyroid.org  (providers)   https://mythyroiddoctor.com/  (patients)    Dr. Henderson's book : “What you must know about Hashimoto's disease” https://www.amazon.com/What-Must-About-Hashimotos-Disease/dp/075700475X   IG: @drhendersonmd   Quotes  “Conventional endocrinologists have not been trained, at all, in any kind of nutritional therapy for Hashimoto's disease, nor have they looked into the data.” [8:33] -Dr. Brittany Henderson “Unlike the liver, which can regenerate, the thyroid does not regenerate so if you have had 20 years of Hashimoto's disease; where your immune system is continuing to kill off thyroid function. You're not going to get that back with JUST a dietary change .”  [10:18] -Dr. Brittany Henderson   “Really, there is a solution to this. I think as providers that  know how to do this correctly we really need to start talking and opening the conversation between ourselves and those endocrinologists or providers that maybe aren't open to combination treatment.[12:42] -Dr. Brittany Henderson   “There really is a lot of benefit to lifestyle medicine, in diet, in nutrition, in exercise, in vitamins, why would we ever think that there is not, that there is no impact…There IS an impact! Of course there is an impact. The training there just needs to improve in our fellowship programs. Patients are demanding that and rightfully so.” [15:00] -Dr. Brittany Henderson   “If you listen to the patient, you will figure out what the right path is.” [19:55] -Dr. Brittany Henderson  

The Soccer Specialist Podcast
Why Working On Your Weaknesses Will Doom Your Development (Do This Instead)

The Soccer Specialist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 15:33


Conventional wisdom is to spend a lot of time working on your weaknesses. Is that really the best way to go about becoming a great soccer player? Let's take a deep dive into the reality of that wisdom and see if we can come up with a better plan for your development. Take a listen! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoccerspecialist/message

Spell of the Day
Gonoz Polop

Spell of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 1:19


 Gonosz polip is a first level conjuration spell cast upon the self with an instant casting time and duration.  This spell with a Hungarian origin taps into dark energy releasing powerful tendrils around the castor for ten feet.  Anything within this radius will develop various forms of necrosis much like what occurs after frostbite or when bitten by a brown recluse spider.  The radiation emitted from the release of dark energy causes death on a cellular level usually no deeper than the epidermis of the skin.    Conventional treatment of the damage requires minor surgery to remove the dead tissue; a procedure called debridement.   Gonosz polip is currently banned in all state but Colorado and Illinois. 

The First Time Home Buyer Podcast
The Surprising 2 Advantages Of Interest Rates Going Up with Dawn Ferreiro - The First Time Home Buyer Podcast - Episode 183

The First Time Home Buyer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 36:18


Introduction Dawn Ferreiro is a is a loan officer in Dallas, Texas. She has been in the mortgage business for 17 years. She specializes in Conventional, FHA, VA, Jumbo, Renovation, and USDA products. She loves helping her clients attain the dream of home ownership and she genuinely enjoys getting to know them on a personal level. Get In Touch If you'd like to get in touch with our guest today, click on the link below and I will send you a warm introduction: https://lauramoreno.com/podcast-guest-warm-introduction/ Awesome Resources For First-Time Home Buyers If you'd like to access other great resources for first-time home buyers just click on the link below: https://lauramoreno.com/homebuyer_resources/ Podcast Guest Search If you'd like to find podcast guests for your specific location or profession just click on the link below to search for them: https://lauramoreno.com/podcast-guest-search/ Subscribe To The Podcast Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Connect With Me On Social Media YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg
Home Sweet Home Chicago (07/23/22) – David Hochberg with Roy Spencer of Perma-Seal, Builder Supply Outlet's Tom Jahnke, Kari Kohler with the Kohler Group at Coldwell Banker, Miracle Method's David Haas, Mega Pros Joe

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022


We started off this week's show by chatting with Founder and President of Perma-Seal, Roy Spencer to talk about how air quality and the humidity can affect the home inside.  Kari Kohler of the Kohler Group at Coldwell Banker about high migration patterns we are seeing from Chicago to Las Vegas. and how Kari can help you […]

Fruit Grower Report
Organic Vs Conventional Blueberries Pt 2

Fruit Grower Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022


An Oregon State study shows organic blueberry growers can compete with conventional operations.

Fruit Grower Report
Organic Vs Conventional Blueberries Pt 1

Fruit Grower Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022


An Oregon State study shows organic blueberry growers can compete with conventional operations.

Inside Outside
Using Uncertainty to Drive Innovation in World-Class Restaurant R&D Teams: IO2020 Replay with Vaughn Tan, Author of The Uncertainty Mindset

Inside Outside

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 26:07


In honor of our upcoming IO2022 Innovation Accelerated Summit, which is happening September 19th and 20th in Lincoln Nebraska. Thought it'd be nice to pull some of the best interviews and sessions from our IO2020 virtual event. So, over the next few weeks, check out some of our amazing speakers and grab a ticket for the upcoming event. We'd love to see you there. Tickets and more information can be found at io2022.com. And now back to the show. Inside Outside Innovation is podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Vaughn Tan, Author of The Uncertainty MindsetSusan Stibal: Today Vaughn Tan will share learnings from internationally renowned cutting-edge restaurant, R and D teams on how to prepare for uncertainty and respond to it with grace and innovation. Vaughn is a London based strategy consultant, author, and professor. Vaughn's book, The Uncertainty Mindset, is about how uncertainty can be used to drive innovation and adaptability. Vaughn is also an Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at University College London, School of Management. So Vaughn, I'll turn it over to you. Vaughn Tan: Thanks very much for having me and thanks also for everyone who's here. Thanks for joining me today. I just want to say a few things about myself, just as context.I was born and raised in Singapore, but these days, as Susan said, I'm a strategy professor at UCL school of management. I teach courses in how design thinking can update and. Conventional approaches to strategy and management. So I used to live in London, but at this very moment in Corona time, I'm physically located in a very rural part of France in a mountainous and volcanic region called the of van.And this is basically my apology in advance. If there are any internet connectivity problems that develop along the way. So, in any case, my focus as a consultant or researcher, and as an author is I try and understand how to design organizations that are more innovative. And more resilient to uncertainty.And these organizations include businesses, nonprofits, teams, communities. I'm particularly interested as I think the book's title and what I've just said may suggest in the role that uncertainty plays in making businesses better at doing innovation work. And I think that's maybe a little bit counterintuitive. And I'm going to unpack that a little bit more in the rest of this talk.I got here by quite a circuitous path. Quite literally a decade ago, late in 2010, I found myself in a basement kitchen of a restaurant in Washington, DC. And I was just dodging kitchen porters while watching a team of R and D chefs come up with a menu of new dishes for a restaurant. And the owner and the head chef of that restaurant group is the Spanish chef Jose Andres, who you may know because of his philanthropic disaster relief activities.There's an arrow pointing at Jose, right there. This is Jose's philanthropic side project, you know, which eventually turned into a huge one. If you're in the US, I think he's quite famous there. People know about him. It's called World Central Kitchen. And what they do is they create field kitchens for emergency food relief during natural and, and other disasters.The thing that many people don't know is that World Central Kitchen is able to spin up these field kitchens to produce hundreds of thousands of meals a day very quickly because, it's how they organized. Right. So they use a very unusual way of thinking about how to design their teams, to be able to go from a very small, permanent team, to a large operation in any particular disaster setting that they choose to go into because of how they're organized. And how they're organized is actually about what I call The Uncertainty Mindset. Because Jose's way of thinking about how his teams get organized for his for-profit organization. Think food group is actually the same way that he infused into what World Central Kitchen does, So, I'm going to come back to this in a little bit. I wanted to say also a little bit about how I came to study culinary innovation. It was all by accident. I did my PhD at Harvard Business School. And when I went in, I was interested in understanding how to organize innovation teams. And this focus for me was because of my experiences before starting the PhD. I'd just come from working at Google in California. And while I was there, I worked on some really unusual teams doing quite interesting innovation work.We were basically trying to develop parameters for new problems to solve. So, the first team I was on at Google back in 2005 at the very dawn of ad tech, as we know it today was trying to create an automated ad unit targeting engine. It didn't work then, although some of the machine learning foundations have been baked into the rest of Google AdWords and Ad Sense. But I was also on the launch team for street view, which is one of the rare hardware business units at Google while working at earth and maps. And I also worked on Google's Space flight program, which was actually in partnership with the XPRISE foundation, where we tried to put a Lunar Lander on the moon, an unmanned Lander. And I also worked on structured data. I worked with the Pure Research Group on a new structured data storage and management product, which while it was still externally available was called Fusion Tables. And it's now used exclusively internally to run the data layers for earth and map. I sort of burned out a little bit at Google and I left just before the 2008 global financial crisis to make furniture. I went to work at a wood studio in an art foundation in Colorado. And the strange thing is when I got there, I found again, something that felt a lot, like all the really interesting teams I worked with at Google.It was an interesting network of people who came together to try and develop new techniques for working with materials. I guess the thread that connected all those bits of my former life before academia was that I was exposed to this wide range of teams and businesses that were all pretty good at coming up with new problems to solve and solving them well.And so, when I decided to do a PhD about organization, my main question was something I think you all are interested in too, right? How do you organize companies and teams, so that they're good at coming up with new ideas so that they're innovative companies. So, it was pretty early in my doctoral research and I was casting around for a research project to like really work on, to write a dissertation about.And if you know anything about Singaporeans, you know, that we're really interested in food. So, this is one of my favorite dishes from Singapore. It's called Bak Chor Mee which basically means pork mince noodle. And it is a kind of innovation in itself. Like every stall that makes this, usually the people who make this dish only make one thing. And everyone develops their own kind of interesting take on what this dish should be.And the ones who are really good have made it very distinctive. But anyway, we're very interested in food. And so, Jose who I didn't know at the time was giving a lecture at Harvard during which he mentioned, how his innovation team, the Think Food Tank was not only how he made his restaurants innovative, but also how he made them really effective.And so, I went to his office hours and more or less as a joke, I asked him if he would let me come observe the Think Food Tank for my PhD research. And he said, yes. So. I'm just saying, be careful what you wish for. This is how I fell into studying this really strange world of high-end cutting edge culinary innovation teams.I eventually spent a lot of time at some of the best known of them. And what I realized along the way after having come away from tech was that innovation work is more or less the same work across industries. Even if the output and the input look very different. So having worked in both hardware and software tech and with startups after Google, I knew from the inside how tech innovation feels.And I quickly saw that while the type of new product may be different. The process of coming up with good new ideas and executing them well is really similar even in food. So, innovation work, I think has enough similarities across industries that we can learn from looking at how innovation work is done at the frontiers of food.And then apply those learnings more generally to other businesses in other kinds of industries. So, while I was at these R and D teams in high end cuisine, what I was doing was I was watching really good innovation organizations doing high level innovation work. Whether the innovation was creating a new experience of dining by adding cross modal sensory stimuli.So, what you see on the screen now is a dish at the Fat Duck called the Sound of the Sea. Where the seafood that you eat is made more intensely marine by hearing the sound of waves lapping at the shore that come out of the iPod that you're plugged into at the same time. Another kind of innovation that people work on is Material Innovation. In this case, they're discovering how to cook a new type of material, incredibly old clams, 200 years old at a restaurant that I will call Amaya. And these require developing a new cooking protocol that are unlike the cooking protocols used for other types of shellfish. Other kinds of innovation are developing new media products. And this is Nathan Myhrvold's most expensive cookbook in the world. He was only able to do this by developing a novel vertically integrated business model for content creation and publication. And he has then used that same business model to produce series of books after that, that would not be publishable, and they are very successful. But they wouldn't be publishable under conventional business models in publishing.Other innovations that I see in there that have analogies to other industries are new approaches to narrative storytelling. Instead of telling it in the form of a movie or play. Restaurants like the Fat Duck, when it reopened in 2016, use individual dishes in a meal, as the elements of story, they have to figure out how to do that.And some of them are like IO2020 right. Developing an influential conference and a global multidisciplinary network, like a restaurant called Noma in Copenhagen did with a Mad Symposium, at this point almost 10 years ago. Or as we began creating a novel operational model for field kitchens that are meant to serve disaster relief situations like Jose did at World Central Kitchen.Anyway, I ended up spending almost a decade and embedded in these world-renowned R and D teams, in an industry where basically the state of the art is changing frequently and unpredictably. It sounds a lot like high tech. It sounds a lot like media today as well. And these are the connections that I'm hoping that you all will see that I try and draw from outside of this domain of high cuisine into other industries that I also feel like I know and have worked in before. So, some of the places that I was at the Fat Duck in the UK, one of the first pioneering culinary innovation restaurants in the world. A restaurant that I call Amaya that I claim is in South America. I'm under NDA, so I can't say where they are. A restaurant that at this point is quite famous called Noma, which is in Copenhagen and Denmark, and the mad organization, which is the conference and thought leadership organization that they set up in Copenhagen. The Cooking Lab, which is Nathan Myhrvold, he's the ex-CTO of Microsoft. His organization, which is in Bellevue, Washington, which produce really interesting media around food and cooking and technology.And of course, Jose Andres's Think Food Group of restaurants. Ultimately, I just want to leave you with a few key takeaways from the research that I did. And the first and most foundational piece of insight is that all of these teams were innovative and resilient and adaptable. Not because they managed away the uncertainty that they faced or pretended that the uncertainty didn't exist, but because they had a different way of thinking about uncertainty. What I call the uncertainty mindset is simply explicitly treating the future as something unknown and unknowable, not as something risky.I know this sounds like a trivial distinction, but I think it really isn't. Risk is not the same as uncertainty, even though most people confuse the two. Risk is when you don't know exactly what will happen, but you know, all the possible outcomes and how likely each possible outcome is. So if that's the case, you can do risk management through cost benefit analysis.Real uncertainty on the other hand is when you don't know what exactly will happen and you don't know all the possible outcomes. Or you don't know how likely these known or unknown outcomes are. So just to illustrate the difference, flipping a fair coin, is truly a situation of risk. There's a 50 50 chance that you get heads or tails. And you can bet on that outcome. Real businesses like the ones that we all are in, rarely face this kind of risk in the real world. What they face instead is true uncertainty. And now it's actually really undeniable. The current business environment is filled with true uncertainty where we have no idea what many of the possible outcomes in the next 6 months might be, or even 12 months. And we don't know how likely each one of those outcomes are. So, the problem that I also, this was another insight from looking at these R and D teams, is that even though risk is not the same as true uncertainty, we've all been trained to think of not knowing only in terms of risk. And so, because of that, we think of every unknown situation as being risky.And this is in its own way, it's kind of comforting, right? Because risk can be managed away. We can do cost benefit analysis. We can risk manage the situation. This kind of thinking is an unmistakable hallmark of the risk mindset. And it can be fatal, right? So just look for instance, at the UK and the US government responses to coronavirus this year, or thinking back to 2008 and before the Fed's reaction to complex derivatives in 2008, just to see what happens when we use risk management and a risk mindset to think about and react to situations that are truly uncertain.The problem for businesses is that the risk mindset all starts with an organization's ability to innovate. Because innovation is by definition about not knowing exactly where you end up. When businesses over invest in managing the risk of known outcomes, they under invest in building flexible, adaptable organizations that let them change to be whatever they need. As the situation changes. The risk mindset also leads businesses to over optimize and try and be too efficient and profitable. And it leaves insufficient slack in the system to permit real innovative thinking. And maybe the biggest problem is that they create organizations in which all the incentives are to do what's well understood. And not to learn by failing, which is inevitable, if you're trying to do something, which is really, really innovative. I think the uncertainty mindset, as I said before, is simply acknowledging that you don't know enough about the future to optimize for it. And simply making this acknowledgement explicitly as a leader and as an organization changes how a business acts and how people and teams in those businesses act.The nice thing is that it makes these people and these teams inside businesses, more flexible and more able to learn and change when they need to. I'll talk about three things after this, just to finish off, but injecting uncertainty into organizations I've found is the best way to make them resilient to uncertainty and innovative at the same time.So, this is really the biggest, most counterintuitive thing. When I talk about this book to other people. They don't just try and say that, yes, we see that the world is uncertain. The organizations that I looked at that have been most successful, and this is not only in food, but outside of it, the ones that are most successful at dealing with uncertainty and being innovative. They actively create uncertainty inside of themselves. And it's this intentional creation of uncertainty inside the organization that makes them continually able to come up with new ideas that are good ideas. So how do they do it? They do it in three ways. They do it by making the roles that their employees have open ended. They do it by having open ended goals. And then they also do it by stimulating a sense of really carefully designed and calibrated desperation among their teams. And I'll say more about each one of these things in turn very quickly. So open ended roles are simply roles where your definition of what you do as an employee is not fully defined at the beginning. What this means is a large part of your role is quite clear and it's quite stable, but a part of your role is not. So, if you think about Google's 20% time or 3Ms 15% time, this is something like an open-ended role. It makes the role malleable and it also encourages people to, in a sense, negotiate what role they're going to play by testing things out with their colleagues.Right? So, to try something that they think is worth doing that they're good at doing to show the results of that test to their colleagues, and if that test is shown to be useful, then that becomes part of role. The result of this is more innovative, higher performing teams where all that testing also helps team members learn what other team members are good at doing and what they like to do.And what this leads to in the end, not only are the roles adaptable because they're constantly changing along the way, this also creates teams that are incredibly high functioning, where everyone knows what everyone else is good at doing. And also, is interested in doing. These teams, barely need management of the conventional sort.So open-ended goals, I think are very similar to open-ended roles except in the context of goals. So we often think about goals as being very concrete. Want to achieve this micro growth in profits. By the end of next year. Open-ended goals for innovation are about saying how you think about abstractly, what success looks like.So that there's lots of possible things inside success that could be successful. So open endedness just means defining goals, more abstractly and less concretely. But being very clear about what tradeoffs you are willing to make to achieve those goals so that you give the people in your organization, more freedom to come up with unanticipated, but valuable problem definitions.And finally, uncertainty can also be injected into how you motivate teams and individuals in your organization. The conventional approach to motivation is to give people something that they want, like more money or promotion to encourage them to work better. This only really works when the things that they need to do to be successful are very clearly defined and very stable, but this doesn't work for innovation, right?Because these incentives are usually not enough to overcome the inherent fear of failure that everyone has. And failure is necessary to do any kind of real innovation work. So, what these teams did was that they publicly and irrevocably committed to projects that were just beyond what they knew they could deliver.And what this does is it creates desperation, right. It creates the sense that we can't simply keep doing what we're doing, that we're good at doing, in order to be able to deliver on this product. And what that does in turn is it drives the teams to abandon these comfortable, old ways of doing things.And try new ways of doing things and generally learn new stuff. So, it creates a situation like in the gym with resistance training, where the teams and the people inside the organization gradually become better at taking on things that they don't already know to do very well. There's much more to be said about all of those things, but it's mostly in the book, which I encourage you to read. There wasn't space in the book for everything, so I'm continuing to think through some of the implications of not knowing every week in an email newsletter, which I also encourage you to sign up for. It is completely free. I want to open up now to a very casual conversation. So, Austin is curious about injecting uncertainty. Austin, do you want to say a little bit more about what you're curious about in terms of injecting uncertainty? Austin's question is structurally what programs might help inject uncertainty in a careful calibrated way into the organization? I, I think it's a really good question. So, I often make the distinction between having a program that is about injecting uncertainty and simply changing how people work. So that the way they work naturally encompasses more things that are not fully defined upfront. So, we can talk about injecting uncertainty into roles. For instance, by saying, let's say you're trying to hire someone new. At the moment, the default position for most hiring is to say, I'm going to define a, a job description. And then I'm going to put that out to a recruiter to find people who might be good fits.And one way that you can simply inject uncertainty into that is to say, here is the job description. That is 80% of the job that we're hiring for the other 20%, for instance, it can be any percentage, but I think 20% is a good starting point. The other 20%, we don't know. The 80% that we do know is clearly defined. You got to do these things and we're going to hire to make sure that you can do those things. The other 20%, on the other hand, we want you to come in, and spend one day a week or two days, every two weeks or whatever you choose to do telling us and showing us what that other 20% should be and why it's important to us. Simply that's one program that will inject uncertainty into who you hire and what they do for you.Right. And then along the way, if you make this explicit, it will force people to say, okay, what is this person doing in his or her 20% time, that is so valuable. Is it actually valuable? Can we help this person do something which is more valuable that we don't expect to need yet, but we actually realize that we do need now? I think programs like that inject uncertainty to how organizations work.So, Ron Thomson asks great insight on what's needed for organizations to innovate for impact. Over the years, what are the most valuable lessons you've learned? It's a great question again, Ron. I think the biggest thing is uncertainty in an organization has this effect on organizations of making them innovative and adaptable. All the way through the organization, but for it to actually begin the most senior leaders need to be able to show one thing and they need to be talking about it constantly. And that one thing is being able to constantly talk about how they have themselves failed in the past, not hypotheticals. They have to actually say how they did fail in the past and how that failure led to their success today.So, I want to reemphasize this point. It's that we talk a lot about success and why it's good. We don't need to talk more about that. We all know why success is a good thing. What we don't talk about is how, when you design failure correctly, you can learn from it. So not all failure is good. You can fail in ways that don't teach you anything, but you can also design work. You can design projects so that if you fail, you learn as much as if you succeed. The Uncertainty Mindset is partly about being comfortable with failure because you know that failure teaches you stuff. And this, I think almost has to come from the top down, right? So, the most senior people will mean if the most senior people say that failure is okay, they will make the people underneath them say that failure is okay, and that will percolate all the way down.And then at that point, it'll become possible for someone who is very junior to say, I can now take a risk at doing something, which I don't know how to do yet, because the failure might teach me something if I design it correctly. So I, I think the biggest lesson is if you're a leader, your most important job, other than setting the direction of, of the organization is to constantly not shut up about how you failed in the past and how it helped you to learn.Okay. So, Jason also asks having too much stock on hand can hide a lot of problems. Absolutely. So, I think one key thing to say about what I've been saying, in this presentation is that I don't think that uncertainty injection is good for all kinds of businesses. It's only good for businesses that really want to innovate.So, if you are in manufacturing and the manufacturing is well understood, you've got a proper well developed stable protocol for manufacturing a thing, you should be in a situation where you're trying to maximize efficiency and reduce waste. This is not the same thing as trying to be an innovation organization that is trying to find new ways of doing things.I absolutely agree that if you're trying to exploit, if you're trying to be efficient, having a lot of organizational slack is not necessarily a good thing, because as you point out having too much stock on hand, having too much slack can hide a lot of problems, especially problems associated with people who are simply coasting, instead of doing what they know they need to do. How they know they need to do it.But if you are trying to build an innovation organization that is trying to do new things that have never been done before, you must have slack. Because if you don't have slack, you cannot fail. And if you don't fail, you can't learn how to do something new. Yes. And Austin makes a great point, which is failure in certain environments, which are efficiency operation environments should be mitigated as quickly as possible with a known solution. A hundred percent agree. And failure in uncertain environments should be designed to encourage learning and should be encouraged as well. Right? So, it's two things you should encourage failure that is designed so that when you fail, you learn something interesting and useful.You should encourage that kind of failure, not the kind of stupid failure where you fail for no good reason. And you don't know why you failed. Let's see. So, Ron has another question, I guess, with the uncertainty mindset, like the fear of failure being foreign in most enterprises, any insight on the lessons learned from Trump maintaining the status quo?Well, so I think one thing that I, I want to say wrapping up, which is actually relevant to Ron's question. I'm not sure that especially now any business anywhere can think of itself as being in a certain business environment. So, I wouldn't say to embrace the uncertainty mindset 100%, but at least if you are a business that is exposed to any kind of external environment, like if you are operating any kind of business where you have customers or suppliers, you need to be thinking about how to build your employees up. Your team organization up so that they're able to adapt if things suddenly change.The organizations and the businesses that were able to pivot really fast, when the last wave of the pandemic hit us, were the ones who had people who were able to change what jobs they did at a moment's notice because they were used to developing new jobs.Right. So, if they had open ended roles along the way, they were used to changing what they. And I think what every business needs to do is to encourage people who are employed by them, their suppliers, everyone who they work with needs to expect that things are going to be changing unpredictably in the future and to be ready for that to happen.And a large part of that is simply not expecting that things will stay the same or that you can predict what they are and that at the very base level, Is the Uncertainty Mindset, in a nutshell. Just the moment you start to think and plan as if the future is not known and not knowable, you instantly have a leg up on everyone else who thinks, oh, I'm going to optimize. Because I can expect what the future will be. And I can predict it with some certainty, if you just don't even think that everything you do will be slightly different and then very different as a result. And you'll be much more adaptable. Back to you, Susan. Susan Stibal: Vaughn thank you very much. Those were great things to think about. Really, we appreciate you being here from France. And we want to thank our sponsors of the Inside Outside Innovation Summit. So Vaughn, hope to see you soon. Vaughn Tan: Thanks for having me. Hope to see you all sometime.Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company.  For more innovations resources, check out IO's Innovation Article Database, Innovation Tools Database, Innovation Book Database, and Innovation Video Database.  Also don't miss IO2022 - Innovation Accelerated in Sept, 2022.

Fly-Fishing Insider Podcast
Episode 179 - Burly Fishing - Cross Pollinating Conventional and Fly Fishing Techniques - Fly Fishing Insider Podcast - FFIP

Fly-Fishing Insider Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 77:53


Your host Christian Bacasa speaks with Burly Fishing on this Fly Fishing Insider Podcast episode. The crew from Burly Fishing is always having fun fishing and is pumped to be on the water or talking about fishing. Learn how they crossover tactics and techniques from conventional fishing to fly fishing. Now available on WAYPOINT TV - www.waypointtv.com Connect with me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, LinkedIn Business, Pinterest, and YouTube. Contact Information:  @burlyfishing @paul_i_glass @producer_ch_oz Burly Fishing's Other Channels Paul's Other Channels This Episode's Sponsors: This episode is proudly sponsored in part by the following:  TroutRoutes - www.troutroutes.com or www.troutinsights.com - @troutroutes - Designed by anglers, for anglers, TroutRoutes is the #1 trout fishing app for exploring trout streams. Spend less time on the road and more time on the water.  Start exploring with TroutRoutes today with a FREE TRIAL! Angler's Coffee - www.anglerscoffee.com - @anglerscoffeeco - Business owners and anglers, Angler's Coffee has been on the leading edge of coffee for over 40 years.  Lidrig - Innovative products for fly fishing created by Scott Wilday with a by the people and for the people approach, enveloped by customer feedback. More than nippers, go take a look at www.lidrig.com or @lidrig Dupe a Fish - Register Now; we aim to have a comprehensive list of service providers that can guide you in selecting the perfect trip for you and your party. Book a trip now and have your own adventure of a lifetime! www.dupeafish.com and @dupeafish  Like the Podcast, Show Us:  Leave a review! - Here is how I know you will love this podcast and the guests; please share, like, and support this episode.  Do you have an excellent idea for a guest or an Episode? Please let us know. You can reach the team at www.flyfishinginsiderpodcast.com. We are also very social where you can find a ton of great fly-fishing content, giveaways, tips, and more follow us on Instagram @flyfishinginsiderpodcast or see our Facebook page Fly Fishing Insider Podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast
329 | Raze – Sam Willis

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022


Sam Willis comes on and leads us through the creative process of the ongoing comic series Raze. DOWNLOAD Raze 1 Cover By Ivan Lugomer. Raze 1 By Sam Willis, Tremayne Primm, Sam MacDonald, Tremayne Primm, Joshua Christian, Montis Echo Boeher, … Continue reading →

Live Foreverish
Sciatica and what you can do

Live Foreverish

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 21:38


Overcoming sciatica pain Sciatica and lower back pain can be debilitating. Conventional solutions include addictive drugs and surgery, but there is a better way. On this episode, Dr. Mike and Crystal discuss nutrition and movement with Dr. Ashley Mak, a physical therapist that specializes in sciatica.

The First Time Home Buyer Podcast
Top Tips From My 30-Year-Experience Processing Mortgage Loans With Mimi Montgomery - The First Time Home Buyer Podcast Episode 176

The First Time Home Buyer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 25:44


Introduction Mimi Montgomery is the owner of Baymont Mortgage, a full-service mortgage company based in League City, Texas. She has over 18 years of experience in all different types of mortgage products including FHA, VA, Conventional, USDA, etc. and she would like to teach us what to expect when getting a mortgage loan. Get In Touch If you'd like to get in touch with our guest today, click on the link below and I will send you a warm introduction: https://lauramoreno.com/podcast-guest-warm-introduction/ Awesome Resources For First-Time Home Buyers If you'd like to access other great resources for first-time home buyers just click on the link below: https://lauramoreno.com/homebuyer_resources/ Podcast Guest Search If you'd like to find podcast guests for your specific location or profession just click on the link below to search for them: https://lauramoreno.com/podcast-guest-search/ Subscribe To The Podcast Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Connect With Me On Social Media YouTube | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg
Home Sweet Home Chicago (07/16/22) – David Hochberg with Access Elevator's Frank Wasilewski, Meg Caswell with Welcome Home Angel, Mr. Floor himself, Igor Murokh, Deck Tech's George Argyri, and Mega Pros Joe

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022


We started off this week's show by chatting with Access Elevator's VP of Sales, Frank Wasilewski who is joined by Meg Caswell from Welcome Home Angel and they talk about how they have partnered to help families who have members with with life-altering conditions or injuries get accessible living spaces. Next, A Mr. Floor himself […]

Dear Alice | Interior Design
Keeping Traditional Fresh | Reviving Conventional Design

Dear Alice | Interior Design

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 37:52 Very Popular


Today we have a special treat for you. We've got Kristina Kellett and Jessica Talbot who are both senior designers at Alice Lane Home. We had a question from one of our listeners about how to keep traditional design fresh, so we brought in the designers to get their opinions, some of the work they're doing, and some of the risks they take to just update, freshen, or even what our fresh approach is to keep things looking amazing. Kristina's and Jessica's expertise 2:18Where they get their inspiration from 4:44Paint colors and finishes 9:52How to keep traditional design fresh 12:40Some more projects we're doing to keep it fresh 19:01Wallpapers 20:43Tricks for pattern on pattern 22:04Tile 26:09Window treatments 29:40Final advice 33:40“You're gonna pair something really geometric with something very flowy. So if you get this really cool Gracie paper, you probably want something more structured on the floor and maybe less opinionated because you want this Gracie paper to shine, but it's still OK to put a pattern on the floor. It's still OK to layer a piece of art on top of your Gracie paper, and it's still great to start layering in mirrors and these sparkly elements that all just add to the story.” 22:11@kristinakellett @jesstalbotdesignhttps://www.instagram.com/alicelaneinteriors/https://www.instagram.com/alicelanehome/https://alicelanehome.com/https://www.facebook.com/AliceLaneHomehttps://www.pinterest.com/alicelanehome/https://www.youtube.com/alicelanehomecollectionsaltlakecityNews Letter:https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=HZENWY&g=PFcqV5

The Rewired Soul
Why you should never trust your gut with Seth Stephens-Davidowitz

The Rewired Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 59:45


Episode Notes So many of our decisions are run by conventional wisdom and advice from others, but what if most of it is wrong? Conventional wisdom tells us how to find the best relationships, how to raise our kids, and how to become successful, but most of it may be completely bogus. Today's guest is Seth Stephens-Davidowitz to discuss his brand new book that sheds a light on what really works when it comes to some of our most important decisions. Follow Seth on Twitter @SethS_D Get a copy of Don't Trust Your Gut Get a copy of Everybody Lies Become a paid Substack subscriber at TheRewiredSoul.Substack.com and get early access to episodes! Get your free books by Chris here: https://bit.ly/3vkRsb6 Follow @TheRewiredSoul on Twitter and Instagram Subscribe to The Rewired Soul Substack Support The Rewired Soul: Get books by Chris Try BetterHelp Online Therapy (affiliate)

Your Mileage May Vary
Mike Mansplains, Low Effort Men, Conventional Attractiveness, Fingering

Your Mileage May Vary

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 63:04


Mike tackles the questions that women want answered, with a sensitivity few modern men can muster. Women everywhere drop whatever they're doing to offer him what they think he wants: A relationship with a fun, quirky woman. Mike, unhappy by this turn of events, takes time to clarify for them that men are much more interested in carnal affairs than affairs of the heart, but they don't believe him. Mike is frustrated, and so are the women. Topics range from what women want to what men want, what do prostitutes and porn actresses want? And, what is the best VR porn? To listen to the interview clip discussed in the episode: https://ymmv.me/75/porn-actress We get a lot of our questions from Reddit, so for our listeners' enjoyment, here are links to some of the questions we discussed this week: https://ymmv.me/75/want-anal https://ymmv.me/75/half-of-men https://ymmv.me/75/sex-effort https://ymmv.me/75/tired https://ymmv.me/75/reality https://ymmv.me/75/attractive https://ymmv.me/75/fingered https://ymmv.me/75/bj-advice https://ymmv.me/75/morning-sex Twitter: @ymmvpod Facebook: ymmvpod Email: ymmvpod@gmail.com

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg
Home Sweet Home Chicago (07/09/2022) – David Hochberg with realtor Amy Kite, restoration specialist with BluSky Restoration Cory Ambrose, and Janelle Iaccino AKA ‘The Bug Lady' with Rose Pest

Home Sweet Home Chicago with David Hochberg

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022


We started off this week's show by chatting with The Kite Team's Amy Kite about whether or not now is a good time to buy an investment property. Next, restoration specialist at BluSky Restoration, Cory Ambrose, about all things storms, tornadoes, lightning strikes, and structure fires and what is the first step if you’re affected […]

What's The Craic?
Secondary school and university degree: do we really need conventional education?

What's The Craic?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 67:24


Высшее образование или жизненный опыт: что важнее в современном мире? Нужны ли нам школы в традиционном понимании или всему можно научиться дома? Действительно ли тест на профориентацию помогает определиться с будущей профессией? Разбираемся со всеми этими вопросами и не только в свежем выпуске подкаста. Текстовую расшифровку, полезные ссылки и тайминг вы можете найти на странице эпизода: BigAppleSchool.com/p/Episode142

iCritical Care: All Audio
SCCM Pod-460 CCE: Multiple PCR for Direct Detection of Bloodstream Infection After Pediatric Cardiac Surgery

iCritical Care: All Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 22:22


Nosocomial infections are a prevalent cause of death and complications in critically ill children. Conventional cultures are able to detect only up to 25% of bacteremias. Several studies have suggested that molecular tests could be a faster and effective tool for detection of bacterial infections.

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast
328 | Embers – Kevin Knox

Two Dimension | Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022


A history of Germans in Texas an almost divided state, Teutonic Knights and other things we did not know are talked about when Kevin Knox joins us to discuss Embers 1. DOWNLOAD Embers By Kevin Knox, Camron Johnson And Jeremiah … Continue reading →

Next Level Human
On Naturopathic vs. Conventional Medical School – Ep. 171

Next Level Human

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 57:07


In this episode of Next Level Human Podcast, Dr. Jade talks more about his background: his experience as a personal trainer, his degrees and certifications, and the early stages of his career as a practitioner of naturopathic medicine. To contribute to the discussion, he welcomes his colleague Tracy whose similar interest in naturopathy made the two of them connect through social media. Diving deep into the curriculum of his own education, Dr. Jade talks about what inspired him to follow the medical path, what interests he had as a student that eventually made him get interested in integrative medicine, and how he has combined both conventional and alternative methods in his practice over the years. They also discuss the benefits of continuing education for personal development. Tune in! Check out the Next Level Human sponsors! Go to drinklmnt.com/NEXTLEVEL to claim your free LMNT Sample Pack - you only cover the cost of shipping. Visit https://paleovalley.com/nextlevel to learn more about the gut-friendly 100% grass fed beef sticks and save 15%! Connect with Dr. Jade Teta Website: www.jadeteta.com Instagram: @jadeteta

Carnivore Cast
Dr. Elie Jarrouge - Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Without Conventional Advice

Carnivore Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 35:04 Very Popular


Dr. Elie Jarrouge (@elie_jarrouge) is a metabolic doctor who focuses on helping people reverse and overcome Type 2 diabetes. Several years ago Dr. Jarrouge ended up with high blood pressure and pre-diabetes following conventional medical advice. He pursued knowledge to improve and reclaim his own health by questioning everything he had learned.   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elie_jarrouge/ Website: https://www.metabolichealthmd.com/   This episode is brought to you by Upgraded Formulas. It's incredibly difficult and important to know what mineral and nutrient deficiencies you may have, on any diet and on a carnivore diet as well. Blood tests are an incomplete picture and we know that there are problems with applying recommended daily allowances to our diet and lifestyle. Upgraded Formulas offers an Upgraded Hair Test kit and consultation, as well as minerals that absorb really well so that you can vanquish any of those hidden deficiencies that are affecting the thyroid, adrenal, or much more.   Go to UpgradedFormulas.com and use code "CARNIVORE15" to save!   Thanks to BiOptimzers and their amazing MassZymes product for improving digestion. Try it yourself at masszymes.com/carnivorecastfree and use code "carnivore10" to save!   What questions would you like answered or who would you like to hear from in the carnivore or research community?   Let me know on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.  

New Books in History
Ashley Remer and Tiffany Isselhardt, "Exploring American Girlhood through 50 Historic Treasures" (Rowman and Littlefield, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 65:50


Who are the girls that helped build America? Conventional history books shed little light on the influence and impact of girls' contributions to society and culture. This oversight is challenged by Girl Museum and their team, who give voice to the most neglected, yet profoundly impactful, historical narratives of American history: young girls. Exploring American Girlhood through 50 Historic Treasures (Rowman and Littlefield, 2021) showcases girls and their experiences through the lens of place and material culture. Discover how the objects and sites that girls left behind tell stories about America that you have never heard before. Through a fascinating collection of historic sites, archaeological evidence, artifacts, literature, and music, the authors tell a groundbreaking new story of America itself, one that finally showcases the role that girls have played in the nation's history and development. In this interview, Allison Leigh talks to Ashley Remer and Tiffany Isselhardt about how they researched 12,000 years of history, how they picked the objects, sites, and monuments they describe, and the difficulties of reconstructing a history of girlhood when so much has been lost or deliberately destroyed. This episode is for anyone who is yearning for a more balanced representation in historic narratives, as well as those who are interested in advocacy-based history. Allison Leigh is Associate Professor of Art History and the SLEMCO/LEQSF Regents Endowed Professor in Art & Architecture at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Her research explores masculinity in European and Russian art of the eighteenth through the early twentieth centuries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Ashley Remer and Tiffany Isselhardt, "Exploring American Girlhood through 50 Historic Treasures" (Rowman and Littlefield, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 65:50


Who are the girls that helped build America? Conventional history books shed little light on the influence and impact of girls' contributions to society and culture. This oversight is challenged by Girl Museum and their team, who give voice to the most neglected, yet profoundly impactful, historical narratives of American history: young girls. Exploring American Girlhood through 50 Historic Treasures (Rowman and Littlefield, 2021) showcases girls and their experiences through the lens of place and material culture. Discover how the objects and sites that girls left behind tell stories about America that you have never heard before. Through a fascinating collection of historic sites, archaeological evidence, artifacts, literature, and music, the authors tell a groundbreaking new story of America itself, one that finally showcases the role that girls have played in the nation's history and development. In this interview, Allison Leigh talks to Ashley Remer and Tiffany Isselhardt about how they researched 12,000 years of history, how they picked the objects, sites, and monuments they describe, and the difficulties of reconstructing a history of girlhood when so much has been lost or deliberately destroyed. This episode is for anyone who is yearning for a more balanced representation in historic narratives, as well as those who are interested in advocacy-based history. Allison Leigh is Associate Professor of Art History and the SLEMCO/LEQSF Regents Endowed Professor in Art & Architecture at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Her research explores masculinity in European and Russian art of the eighteenth through the early twentieth centuries. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Hormonally Yours with The Hormone Dietitian
Feeding the Root for Better Hair

Hormonally Yours with The Hormone Dietitian

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 64:44


A Hair and Hormones Episode Hair is one of the first things people notice about us. And according to hair and nutrition expert Samaria Grandberry, hair is also a barometer of our inner health. Hair issues like thinning, loss, dryness, and breakage and scalp issues like seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, and eczema are common. But what is the root cause of these hair and scalp issues? In this episode with RDN and Certified Trichologist Samaria Grandberry, we dive deep into root causes of hair issues, and treatment regimens, lifestyle factors, and nutrition for hair health. Samaria is a Memphis-based registered dietitian and certified trichologist. Her background in nutrition and hair science, combined with her own struggles with skin and hair, makes her uniquely equipped to help women get to the root cause(s) of their hair loss. She uses holistic nutritional and trichological therapies - focusing on all aspects of a person's life. And she encourages honoring your heritage while pursuing overall health and wellness. Her goal is to help you reclaim the power within through nutrition, hair, and lifestyle therapies. This Week We Talk About:  Common hair issues such as hair loss and thinning, breakage, and more How styling practices like heat treatments, chemical colors and relaxers, and certain hairstyles can increase hair loss and damage Common scalp issues including eczema, psoriasis, and seborrheic dermatitis Root causes of hair and scalp issues, such as genetics, styling issues, nutrient deficiencies, stress, illness, hormonal imbalances, and natural hormonal shifts Why an individual, whole-person approach to hair care based on root causes is necessary — and what a healthy hair care regimen might look like Why you might want to consider making a cup of tea... for your hair! The connection between hair health, mindset, and mental health Nutrition for hair health - which nutrients you should really be focusing on and which one many people are taking that isn't actually helping What to expect during a hair consultation and which lab tests and other findings can help identify the root cause(s) of your hair issues Conventional hair and scalp treatments and some of Samaria's favorite off-the-shelf brands and products   Mentioned in this episode PCOS Meal Prep Made Easy Workshop – In this hour-long workshop, I break down what foods you want to include for PCOS and what you may want to consider avoiding or minimizing. Learn my simple 3-step formula for planning meals with PCOS, which includes learning how to eat to balance blood sugar.   Where to find Samaria Grandberry, MS, RDN, WTS: Samaria's website: Feeding the Root Samaria's Instagram: @feedingtheroot World Trichology Society     Love the podcast? Leave a rating and review! Or share an episode with a friend who could benefit! Give us a follow on Instagram or Facebook for daily posts on PCOS, hormones, and fertility. Check out our website for more articles and information and to learn how to work with Melissa.

Mark Bell's Power Project
Jake Nadermann - Should You Stop Conventional Weightlifting to Improve the Way You Move? MBPP Ep 760

Mark Bell's Power Project

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 110:59 Very Popular


Jake is driven to help athletes and people from all walks of life discover that they are free to move without pain and thrive without relying on the modern surgical/medical model. Jake diverged from a traditional medical science education to learn from industry disruptors GOATA and Electrons Plus (Guided PEMF); and he wants to teach you how to take ownership of your health too. Follow Jake on IG: https://www.instagram.com/upleveledmovement/ Join The Power Project Discord: https://discord.gg/yYzthQX5qN Subscribe to the new Power Project Clips Channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UC5Df31rlDXm0EJAcKsq1SUw Special perks for our listeners below! ➢https://thecoldplunge.com/ Code POWERPROJECT to save $150!! ➢Enlarging Pumps (This really does work): https://bit.ly/powerproject1 ➢https://www.vivobarefoot.com/us/powerproject Code POWERPROJECT20 for 20% off Vivo Barefoot shoes! ➢https://markbellslingshot.com/ Code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off site wide including Within You supplements! ➢https://mindbullet.com/ Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off! ➢https://eatlegendary.com Use Code POWERPROJECT for 20% off! ➢https://bubsnaturals.com Use code POWERPROJECT for 20% of your next order! ➢https://vuoriclothing.com/powerproject to automatically save 20% off your first order at Vuori! ➢https://www.eightsleep.com/powerproject to automatically save $150 off the Pod Pro at 8 Sleep! ➢https://marekhealth.com Use code POWERPROJECT10 for 10% off ALL LABS at Marek Health! Also check out the Power Project Panel: https://marekhealth.com/powerproject Use code POWERPROJECT for $101 off! ➢Piedmontese Beef: https://www.piedmontese.com/ Use Code POWER at checkout for 25% off your order plus FREE 2-Day Shipping on orders of $150 Follow Mark Bell's Power Project Podcast ➢ https://lnk.to/PowerProjectPodcast ➢ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ https://www.facebook.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbpowerproject ➢ LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/powerproject/ ➢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/markbellspowerproject ➢TikTok: http://bit.ly/pptiktok FOLLOW Mark Bell ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksmellybell ➢https://www.tiktok.com/@marksmellybell ➢ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkBellSuperTraining ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/marksmellybell Follow Nsima Inyang ➢ https://www.breakthebar.com/learn-more ➢YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NsimaInyang ➢Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsimainyang/?hl=en ➢TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@nsimayinyang?lang=en Follow Andrew Zaragoza on all platforms ➢ https://direct.me/iamandrewz #PowerProject #Podcast #MarkBell #FitnessPodcast

Healthful Gypsy
Why Conventional Medicine Has Failed Women with Hormonal Imbalances with Vince Pitstick of Nutrition Dynamic

Healthful Gypsy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 44:52


Conventional medicine leaves women wondering if they can ever truly balance their hormones and lose weight. In this episode, Vince Pitstick discusses why conventional medicine has failed women with hormonal imbalances. We go over my DUTCH hormone test as an example to show how hormones change throughout a women's life and all the ways in which traditional medicine has missed the mark. He gives actionable advice on losing weight and feeling better when your hormones are out of wack. This is a great episode to start if you're suffering from hormonal imbalances! You may head to KatKhatibi.com for the sample DUTCH test to follow along. Vince Pitstick has been in the health and wellness field for over 15 years. Beginning as a personal trainer, and competition/lifestyle nutrition coach. Working as a Functional Medicine Consultant, he has helped hundreds of Physicians in the Midwest bring natural based programs to their office with the latest in natural technology and coaching to help their patients. Specializing in the areas of gut health, auto immunity, blood sugars, weight management, fibromyalgia, and PCOS, Vince has helped develop programs that have transformed thousands of lives across the world. BLOG POST WITH CONTACT AND DUTCH TEST EXAMPLE: Reach Kat: https://www.katkhatibi.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katkhatibi/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katkhatibipodcast FB Estrogen Dominance Support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/246063502794666 FB General Female Hormonal Imbalances Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/461743274271991/ SUPPORT THE PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/healthfulgypsy/support Be a guest in a future episode: https://www.katkhatibi.com/podcast/ Leave a voice comment or question and maybe get it answered or heard on a future episode: https://anchor.fm/healthfulgypsy/message BECOME A PATRON TRY Femminessence to Balance Hormones code KAT15 for 15% off https://femmenessence.com/katkhatibi --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healthfulgypsy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healthfulgypsy/support