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Young Heretics host and The American Mind editor Spencer Klavan rejoins the pod to discuss his new book How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for Five Modern Crises. Klavan sets hot-button culture war battles like gender ideology and the Metaverse in context of some of the most important philosophical questions grappled with by the greatest minds of […]
Crises can occur in our businesses and personal lives at any moment, but that doesn't mean they have to consume us and take over our lives. Just like any other skill set, learning how to anticipate and work through a crisis well beforehand is the key to building the resilience and know-how to work through any difficult situation. In this episode, Brendon shares some tips and insights on tangible areas you can focus on today, in order to navigate a future crisis in your business or personal life. “Give yourself some credit. If you don't give yourself credit, then your self-esteem bank account goes bankrupt and you won't be able to handle the next crisis. You need to journal and learn to capture the little moments each day where you win.” If you're looking for help on how to prepare yourself to handle a crisis with ease in the future, this episode is for you! 1. Get the GrowthDay app for all your personal development in one place: https://growthday.com 2. Read my bestselling book, High Performance Habits: https://amzn.to/2vhf82C 3. Get the High Performance System online (the full course and assessment!): https://www.growthday.com/hps 4. Get the Confidence Masterclass: https://www.growthday.com/confidence 5. Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brendonburchard
This week, we're joined by writer and Modern Money Network research director Nathan Tankus (@NathanTankus) to discuss the recent events with Silicon Valley Bank. Is the US Government going to insure all deposits? Have we nationalized a bank, but only in service of its creditors? Is this a re-run of 2008, but dumber? We discuss all this, and more, in the following episode. Check out Nathan's site ‘Notes on the Crises' here: https://www.crisesnotes.com If you want access to our Patreon bonus episodes, early releases of free episodes, and powerful Discord server, sign up here: https://www.patreon.com/trashfuture *WEB DESIGN ALERT* Tom Allen is a friend of the show (and the designer behind our website). If you need web design help, reach out to him here: https://www.tomallen.media/ *MILO ALERT* Check out Milo's upcoming live shows here: https://www.miloedwards.co.uk/live-shows and check out a recording of Milo's special PINDOS available on YouTube here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRI7uwTPJtg Trashfuture are: Riley (@raaleh), Milo (@Milo_Edwards), Hussein (@HKesvani), Nate (@inthesedeserts), and Alice (@AliceAvizandum)
With the shotgun wedding of UBS and Credit Suisse along with the US governments intervention over Silicon Valley Bank another banking crisis may be upon us. But is this a new crisis or a renewal of an older one that began back in 2008? In this episode I explore why the need for US imperialism is to either find follow Andrew Mellons old advice to "liquidate capital, liquidate labor" to purge the system or to find new places to wage aggressive imperialist wars, or possibly both. I also look at why they have been constrained from taking the extreme actions the system requires thus far. Outro music is The Hymn of the Paris Commune
Tom welcomes back Chris Irons from the Quoth the Raven podcast to discuss the lack of fear in the markets, which is questionable considering the current circumstances. We are still far from the despair of a bear market, and the belief in a return to normalcy has kept equities overvalued. Recent events have pointed to a much harder landing than predicted, and this is just the beginning of the problem cycle. It may take months for rate hikes to affect the financial plumbing and cause further dominos to fall. Nobody knows if the Fed has things under control or when more issues will arise. The Fed is attempting to quell panic with more panic, and they will likely choose to let inflation win over destroying the economy. This should be a great time for precious metals investors to sit back, relax, and watch the show. The Fed will probably be late with the right response, kick-starting a supercycle for gold. Eventually, they will cave and resume printing, supposedly to restore prosperity. Any move by the Fed will be amplified substantially. Chris believes there will be a major blow up within crypto and the stablecoins, with most of the dollar-pegged coins eventually going to zero. He suggests if dabbling the space then invest solely in Bitcoin and avoid other riskier crypto assets. Lastly, he touches upon the problems with the dollar's reserve status and a recent interview with Andy Schectman on Kitco. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:36 - Panic With Panic6:29 - Market Psychology9:36 - Speculative Excrement14:16 - Contagion Risks18:04 - Soft Landing/Bailouts23:12 - Market Risk & Gold27:22 - Fed Policy Effects29:16 - Inflation Re-Targeting32:55 - Crypto Contagion & Banks39:20 - Crypto Dollar Peg Frauds43:50 - Dollar Hegemony Status47:25 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Week's Episode Recent events have pointed to a much harder landing than predicted, and this is only the beginning of the problem cycle.Precious metals investors should be in an excellent position to relax and watch the show as the Fed willlikely be late with the appropriate action.Why the Fed will allow inflation to win out given the alternatives. Guest Links:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxUo55-0ScpOQNdug8FCzzA/videosPodcast: https://quoththeraven.podbean.comSubstack: https://quoththeraven.substack.comTwitter: https://twitter.com/QTRResearchAndy Schectman Interview: https://quoththeraven.substack.com/p/a-tsunami-of-inflation-one-interview Chris Irons is the host of The Quoth The Raven Podcast, a show dedicated to discussing Fringe Finance topics and exploring the boundaries of investment decisions. Irons has spent years reading the news and has developed a strong opinion on the mainstream media's ability to drive a narrative which serves the interests of a small minority. His focus is to provide content that is rarely found elsewhere and to curate content from people he respects. Irons is not afraid to challenge the mainstream narrative or succumb to it when it serves the collective best interests. Chris is not providing investment advice and the content on The Quoth The Raven podcast/substack is not meant to be taken as such. Anything mentioned should not be taken as a recommendation to buy or sell anything.
In this particularly timely episode of AM Now, Embarkers Adam Olsen and Nicole Harger roll up their sleeves to discuss: The recent banking crises, ASC 275, FDIC insurance, risk management, and other areas finance leaders should know in light of the events around SVB & Signature Bank Auditing standard and digital asset updates from the AICPA by way of SAS 149 and its Digital Assets Practice Aid For more information on these and related topics:Crypto Accounting: Decrypting Digital Assets for CFOs and CAOsASC 275—Risks and UncertaintiesSAS 149 New Group Audits StandardAICPA Digital Assets Practice AidConnect with Embark on: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Listen to AM Now on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify.
For many women, perimenopause and midlife changes feel like they happened overnight. Most of them can't see it coming because of the lack of information available; they miss the subtle signs their body sends. In this episode, I'm joined by the fabulous Karen Cerezo, Women's Health Coach and Personal Trainer, and Certified Health Coach & Trainer for Midlife Women. After being a school teacher for 17 years, Karen really got into fitness and health and decided to become a health coach to help others become their best version. Although she was aware of how harsh midlife could be on women, she didn't grasp the concept until one day, she woke up with joint pain, feeling slow, and with the sensation that the extra 30 lbs she had were somehow injected into her body the night before. Throughout this episode, Karen shares her journey in dealing with perimenopause and midlife effects and helping other women to be ready and prepared to deal with them the best way possible. We talk about the four pillars of health: nutrition, movement, mindset, and education, and the massive importance of community for midlife women. Tune in to Episode 96 of the Joy Found Here podcast to hear how Karen learned to thrive in midlife and helps other women do the same. In This Episode, You Will Learn:About Karen's journey into becoming a Certified Health Coach & Trainer for Midlife Women (2:39)Midlife kicks us right in the middle (pun intended) (12:02)The four pillars of health (19:39)You can't out fitness or out diet menopause (23:09)Why community is so crucial for midlife women (32:32)Connect with Karen:WebsiteInstagramFacebookLinktr.eeLet's Connect:Website Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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“The narrative that old books are worthless is designed to keep you from discovering that they are not.” Spencer Klavan, author of How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for Five Modern Crises discusses the West: why it’s so important to preserve it, how its greatest ideas can still help us today, and the limits […]
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“The narrative that old books are worthless is designed to keep you from discovering that they are not.” Spencer Klavan, author of “How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for Five Modern Crises” discusses the West: why it’s so important to preserve it, how its greatest ideas can still help us today, and the limits […]
"The narrative that old books are worthless is designed to keep you from discovering that they are not." Spencer Klavan, author of "How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for Five Modern Crises" discusses the West: why it's so important to preserve it, how its greatest ideas can still help us today, and the limits of science in addressing modern problems. Spencer Klavan received his PhD in Classics from Oxford and is Associate Editor of the Claremont Review of Books and Features Editor at the American Mind. His book, How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for Five Modern Crises, https://www.regnery.com/9781684513451/how-to-save-the-west/ Dr. Klavan's podcast, Young Heretics, https://youngheretics.com/ "Hey hey ho ho Western Civ has got to go," https://intellectualtakeout.org/2019/06/hey-hey-ho-ho-western-civ-has-got-to-go/ Spencer on C.S. Lewis's science fiction novel "That Hideous Strength," https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdutZEHonLc More on Plato's Timaeus, https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/plato-timaeus/#:~:text=In%20the%20Timaeus%20Plato%20presents,%2C%20purposive%2C%20and%20beneficent%20agency. More on Lucretius, a prominent Epicurean philosopher: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/lucretius/ More on Stoicism, https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/stoicism/ C.S. Lewis's The Discarded Image, https://portalconservador.com/livros/C-S-Lewis-The-Discarded-Image.pdf Wordsworth's Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood, https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/45536/ode-intimations-of-immortality-from-recollections-of-early-childhood
We The People, Our American Story
Crises on the southern border; and no, crises is not misspelled. Crises is the plural of crisis; drugs, human trafficking, and the cartels are exploding on America's southern border. Heather Hobbs and John Ferguson know first hand the atrocities and tragedies occurring there on a daily basis. Heather and John are on the forefront of the deluge trying to take over our country. These two extraordinary individuals spend several days on the southern border using state of the art drones to save people of all ages, including children from sex, labor, and organ harvesting human trafficking. The evil is very real, and Americans do not understand the complexity and severity of the forces trying to take apart our great country. We are not being told the truth. This episode is a must listen for every American patriot. https://www.facebook.com/heather.hobbs.9659 https://heatherhobbs.org/photos/ https://www.savethe1.com/ https://www.facebook.com/saxonunmanned https://saxonunmanned.com/
ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
In the latest episode of our special Women in Leadership series of the ESG Insider podcast, we're speaking with Priscilla Sims Brown, CEO of New York-based Amalgamated Bank — a company she describes as “a little bit unusual” in the financial services world in that it is a socially responsible bank focused on ESG and sustainability. Priscilla's path to the CEO role has spanned continents and industries — from growing up in an Ethiopian family in Germany to working in business journalism in California to holding an executive role at Australia's largest bank. She also tells us how her experiences working through crisis — from natural disasters to COVID-19 — have shaped her leadership style and her approach to diversity, equity and inclusion. “I'm not uncomfortable with discomfort,” she says. Priscilla explains how attitudes about leadership have evolved. “Often, you found women emulating men, you found women doing what was comfortable to men in the workplace in order to be accepted,” she said of her early career. “What's really nice today is that a lot of the women I see in the workplace are very comfortable dressing, acting, talking, thinking differently.” Diversity in leadership has received increasing attention in recent years from stakeholders in the sustainability world. Investors have pushed for diversity on company boards and management teams, and in some parts of the world, that push has extended to laws and regulations. But the number of women in top roles remains low. Read recent research from S&P Global on women in leadership here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/insights/featured/special-editorial/women-ceos-leadership-for-a-diverse-future And here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/insights/featured/special-editorial/the-path-to-gender-parity You can listen to previous episodes in our Women in Leadership series here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/women-in-leadership-no-horace-mann-ceo-is-not-working-the-coat-check Here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/women-in-leadership-seventh-generation-ceo-on-importance-of-being-radically-human- And here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/women-in-leadership-how-norwegian-industrial-ceo-puts-diversity-on-the-agenda We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Esther Whieldon (email@example.com). Photo source: Amalgamated Bank Copyright ©2023 by S&P Global DISCLAIMER This piece was published by S&P Global Sustainable1, a part of S&P Global. By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties. S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST.
We need to act fast to address the three interrelated crises facing our planet—climate change, biodiversity loss, and the threat of zoonotic pandemics. We must not only protect the last of the wild, but also actively restore wildlife and wild places. WCS Wild Audio recently spoke with John Lotspeich, Executive Director of Trillion Trees— a conservation partnership attempting to meet the scale needed at this critical time.To learn more about Trillion Trees, read their 2022 Impact Report.
Qadry Ismail talks about the Ravens' situation this offseason, Lamar Jackson's future with the organization, Eric DeCosta's comments on the wide receiver position and Rashod Bateman's reaction to them and how Deshaun Watson's contract will impact the quarterback market around the league.
If you've been a business owner for any length of time, you will relate to today's topic. We have all had those times when crisis strikes, like a severe illness in your family or team, a key team member quitting unexpectedly or even a global pandemic. We are usually moving along and making progress when these things happen, and we shift into survival mode, putting our heads down to do what we must to do keep the business afloat. The problem is that we drop our goals and our larger vision, which turns into a significant setback in the business. I want to challenge you during those times of crisis to look for the opportunities within the situation to make yourself and your business even stronger. Let's take a closer look in today's episode! Profit by Design is a Tap the Potential Production Production. Show Highlights: How a common example of a business crisis can be turned into growth opportunities, like when a key team member unexpectedly quits Why it's important to manage the crisis quickly and get the business back on track How there are powerful opportunities for reflection about what contributed to the crisis How a personal crisis brings opportunities for you to ask powerful questions about the support you need, what tasks you can drop, and who you can get to help you manage the situation Why a business or personal crisis is NOT the time to pause coaching Why support and accountability become even more important to entrepreneurs during a crisis Why increasing your time for self-care and being with those you love become more important than ever during a crisis Powerful questions to ask yourself when you encounter a crisis and get pulled into the survival trap Links and Resources: Let us help you and your business! Book a call with us today! Get your FREE copy of the Tap the Potential Strategic Planner for 2023 at www.tapthepotential.com/planner. Download our Workbook and take our Better Business Better Life Assessment. New! Now Available!! The 4 Week Vacation book with bonuses! Follow the steps to claim your spot for the upcoming live training, The 4 Week Vacation Better Business Better Life Jumpstart! Download Dr. Sabrina's Introductory Training: How to Make Your Time Worth $10,000 an Hour
As an award-winning director, producer, showrunner, television and film writer, and author of six novels, "Fargo" creator Noah Hawley isn't afraid to tackle some of the biggest issues we face. His most recent work, the novel Anthem, is no different. Billed as "an adventure that finds unquenchable lights in dark corners" and a "leap into the idiosyncratic pulse of the American heart," Anthem takes an unflinching look at our most challenging problems and the obstacles we encounter as a society as we attempt to address these crises. In this wide-ranging conversation, Hawley talks about why he wanted to write Anthem, why climate change plays such a crucial role in his characters thoughts and the novel's environment, how we address conspiracy in our culture, the influence of Kurt Vonnegut, the battle of good and evil in Fargo, and much, much more. Read Anthem here Subscribe to our Substack newsletter "The Climate Weekly" As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group.
Prepare-se, porque o tema deste episódio é um pacote de crises. A gente vai falar sobre o mercado de trabalho para mulheres 50 mais. Mas pra falar sobre isso, vamos ter que falar sobre menopausa. Ou não? Vem ouvir pra saber. O papo conta com a participação de Adriana Prates, especialista em recrutamento executivo e desenvolvimento de líderes e sócia da Dasein Executive Search, e da Fran Winandy, autora do livro “Etarismo, um novo nome para um velho preconceito”, palestrante e consultora em Desenvolvimento de RH e Diversidade Etária nas Organizações. Esta é mais uma edição do 50 Crises oferecida por IssViva, que tem produtos e soluções pra ajudar as mulheres a viver plenamente durante o climatério. A IssViva também tem uma comunidade no Facebook: um ambiente seguro pra gente falar sobre a menopausa e seus sintomas com especialistas e outras mulheres que estão passando por isso. Pra participar basta acessar este link. Oferecimento: IssViva Menopausa Edição e montagem: Nélio Costa Roteiro, narração e direção: Cris Pàz Trilha sonora: Oitava Criações Fonográficas Design: Alexandre Braga Arte: Ramon Navarro Foto: Márcio Rodrigues Make: Petty Instituto de Beleza Contato comercial: email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crispaz/message
Une nouvelle étude indique que les crises cardiaques qui surviennent le matin sont plus mortelles que celles qui arrivent plus tard dans la journée. Traduction: Heart attacks that occur in the early morning are deadlier than those that occur later in the day, a new study suggests. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Business Elevation Show with Chris Cooper - Be More. Achieve More
Our world is becoming increasingly “VUCA”—volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous -- every day. The leaders who understand and prepare for changes in their environment and who fight to learn will be the ones who excel, while those who ignore these evolutions are doomed to mediocrity or failure. So, are you ready to excel? My guest Jeff Buchanan as a lieutenant general, commanded the US Army North (Fifth Army), and after a 37-year Army career, retired from active duty in September 2019. He expertly led both Soldiers and civilians in complex combat and humanitarian operations all around the world. Jeff has appeared on numerous national and inter-national television shows on all the major US networks (CNN, FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS, CSPAN). He has been interviewed and quoted in more than 50 newspapers including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the LA Times, and USA Today. AP, AFP, Reuters, the BBC, and Al Jazeera have all sought his expertise and quoted him. Join us as we explore leading in the eye of the storm with a special guest whose great experience, wisdom and humility brings great clarity and insight.
On this Salcedo Storm Podcast:Congressman Chip Roy is the effective conservative who represents the 21st congressional district in the great state of Texas. He serves on the House Judiciary, Rules, and Budget Committees and is the Policy Chair of the House Freedom Caucus.
In this episode of The Development Podcast, we mark one year of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and explore the depth and breadth of fragility, conflict and violence (FCV) around the world. What are the spillover effects of war as we see increased displacement of populations, high energy and food prices, shocks to natural disasters and more? And what is the World Bank Group's position and long-term strategy on FCV, and how can we begin to tackle some of these challenges we face head on? Axel Van Trotsenburg, the World Bank's Managing Director of Operations, the Honorable John Dabi, Deputy Commissioner of South Sudan Commission for Refugees Affairs, Fidel Saad, Save the Children Lebanon's Food Security, Livelihoods and Social Protection Technical Advisor, and Lara, a Ukrainian refugee living in Oxford, talk to us on these issues and more. Tell us what you think of our podcast here >>>. We would love to hear from you! Featured VoicesAxel Van Trotsenburg, the World Bank's Managing Director of Operations. "The human suffering that we are seeing in many countries affected by fragility, conflict, and violence (FCV) settings are calling out for solidarity."Honorable John Dabi, Deputy Commissioner of South Sudan Commission for Refugees Affairs. "The whole area is prone to climate change and it's also prone to conflict. So you either become displaced because of the conflict or because of the climate change."Fidel Saad, Save the Children Lebanon's Food Security, Livelihoods and Social Protection Technical Advisor. "There's the food security crisis, but there's also the employment crisis. There's an education crisis in Lebanon and we've seen an increased number of cases of child protection, meaning children engaged in labor."Lara, a Ukrainian refugee. "We didn't know where to move. We knew only that I take my kid, I take my 70-year-old mom and we're crossing the border. Where? We didn't know where." Timestamps[00:00] Welcome and introduction of the topic[01:20] Fragility, conflict, and violence (FCV) settings[03:50] The case of Lara, a Ukrainian refugee living in Oxford, UK[08:16] South Sudan: Food security, climate change, conflict, and displacement[11:22] The case of Lebanon and FCV settings[14:05] Global overlapping crises and their impact[15:25] Conflict in fragile settings and middle-income countries[17:37] The support from the World Bank Group[21:04] Closure and thanks for tuning!ABOUT THE DEVELOPMENT PODCASTThis international development podcast brings together the data, research—and solutions—that can pave the way to a sustainable future. Through conversations focused on revealing the latest data, the best research, and cutting-edge solutions, let us introduce you to the folks working to make the world a better place. Listen and subscribe for free on your favorite platform. And rate our show! ;) Tell us what you think of our podcast here >>>. We would love to hear from you! ABOUT THE WORLD BANK GROUPThe
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When U.S. Sen. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania checked himself into the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for treatment of depression this month, he got an unusual reaction from his colleagues in Congress: compassion. It's a far cry from how politicians once kept their mental health issues under wraps at all costs. Meanwhile, GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley is stirring up controversy by proposing that all politicians over age 75 be required to pass a mental competency test to hold office. Joanne Kenen of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Politico, Sarah Karlin-Smith of the Pink Sheet, and Rachel Roubein of The Washington Post join KHN chief Washington correspondent Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more.Plus, for “extra credit,” the panelists suggest health policy stories they read this week that they think you should read, too.Julie Rovner: Stat's “Current Treatments for Cramps Aren't Cutting It. Why Aren't There Better Options,” by Calli McMurrayJoanne Kenen: The Atlantic's “Eagles Are Falling, Bears Are Going Blind,” by Katherine J. WuRachel Roubein: The Washington Post's “Her Baby Has a Deadly Diagnosis. Her Florida Doctors Refused an Abortion,” by Frances Stead SellersSarah Karlin-Smith: DCist's “Locals Who Don't Speak English Need Medical Translators, But Some Say They Don't Always Get The Service,” by Amanda Michelle Gomez and Hector Alejandro Arzate Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hilco Global Smarter Perspectives Podcast Series
On this podcast, we discuss how the current period compares to the Great Recession of ‘08/'09 for the Class 8 Truck market, and explore the numerous macro factors presently in play that do not typically exist all at the same time.
Caregiving expert Pamela D Wilson shares how to know if you are a caregiver who is one crises away from getting help. Learn how to minimize unexpected situations when caring for others.
Timestamps: Liverpool's Top 4 Hopes - 1:20 The Chelsea Shitshow - 15:19 Arsenal Leap City into 1st - 31:10 Wayy Too Early Previews - 38:50 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Social Media: Twitter | Instagram Featuring Alex Moss Javier Arevalo Intro/Outro Music Love Syndrome - Enamour
WRINT: Wer redet ist nicht tot
Mit Rüdiger Bachmann und Christan Bayer. Rüdiger war auf der ASSA 2023. Webcast: Economic Shocks, Crises and Their Consequences, Außerdem: American Economic Assosiation – Verein für Socialpolitik – Plurale Ökonomik – Schmitt-Grohe, Uribe: What Do Long Data Tell Us About the Inflation Hike Post COVID-19 Pandemic? – Rogoff, Yang: A Tale of Tier 3 Cities – Fertilitätsrate China, […]
Townhall Review | Conservative Commentary On Today's News
In this episode, Chris Stigall is joined by Spencer A. Klavan, author of "How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises," to explore timeless truths that can help us understand the current crises facing Western society. These lessons from the past offer a path forward in overcoming similar challenges today.
Cash Flow Connections - Real Estate Podcast
Today's guest doubts that The Fed will be able to hit it's 2% Inflation goal anytime soon… This is because Energy prices are the biggest driver of inflation. Energy is needed to make, operate, or do anything! Unfortunately, Energy was the cause of inflation in the 70s, as well… However, in today's episode, Bob Fraser identifies numerous investable trends coming out of this crisis! Crisis and opportunity are two sides of the same coin. Right now, inflation is coming down, but as soon as economic activity picks back up, Inflation will likely come back… This is because we have massively underinvested in energy over the last 5 years. In other words, we have a limited supply of energy, so increases in demand will increase prices. However, this energy crisis will be particularly good for certain business plans and asset classes, so this episode is definitely a must-listen if you are investing in 2023 or 2024! Take Control, Hunter Thompson Resources mentioned in the episode: 1. Bob Fraser Website Podcast Interested in investing in ATMs? Check out our webinar. Please note that investing in private placement securities entails a high degree of risk, including illiquidity of the investment and loss of principal. Please refer to the subscription agreement for a discussion of risk factors. Tired of scrambling for capital? Check out our new FREE webinar - How to Ensure You Never Scramble for Capital Again (The 3 Capital-Raising Secrets). Click Here to register. CFC Podcast Facebook Group
Hank Unplugged: Essential Christian Conversations
Western Culture is in a state of crisis. Objective truth is replaced by virtual reality, humanity by “transhumanism,” meaning by meaninglessness, religion by whole-hearted devotion to scientism, and the republican government by the liberal internationalist regime. This cultural chaos inevitably leads to the question—Can the West be saved? On this episode of Hank Unplugged the Oxford-educated classicist Spencer Klavan joins Hank Hanegraaff to discuss his new book How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises in which Klavan identifies five “essential crises”: The Crisis of Reality, The Crisis of the Body, The Crisis of Meaning, The Crisis of Religion and The Crisis of Regime. Klavan's deep understanding of the roots of Western civilization make him a trustworthy guide for those concerned about the future of Western civilization. The situation is dire. But every crisis we face today we have faced—and surmounted—before. For more information on How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises and how to receive for your partnering gift, please click here.Topics discussed include: Hank explains how he became familiar with Spencer Klavan's work and their differences on human sexuality (:45); the crisis that ensues when we fail to communicate even when we disagree (7:25); how do we define Western Civilization? (9:35); does maintaining the traditions of Western Civilization matter? (13:45); are we experiencing a reality crisis? (19:30); if you can't tell what is real or fake, then how can you determine good vs. evil? (24:30); what is reality privilege? (29:00); the connection between Mark Zuckerberg's Metaverse and Plato's Cave (32:45); the crisis of the body, consciousness and the soul (37:00); the purely fabricated notion of gender (43:00); the slippery slope from transgenderism to transhumanism (45:45); the state of our culture wars and the crisis of meaning (49:15); where do the rules of reality come from for a materialist? (53:45); the new religions of scientism and social justice (59:50); the disservice that the Enlightenment did to Western Civilization (1:04:50); the modern infatuation with the multiverse theories (1:09:10); why most people do not have the courage to live according to their convictions (1:13:45); the mythology that follows in the wake of science—the problem with science trying to answer questions that it was never designed to ask (1:17:20); our current political crisis is a crisis of civic love (1:20:05); the bright side of technology (1:30:00); how can we save the West? (1:31:35). Listen to Hank's podcast and follow Hank off the grid where he is joined by some of the brightest minds discussing topics you care about. Get equipped to be a cultural change agent.Archived episodes are on our Website and available at the additional channels listed below.You can help spread the word about Hank Unplugged by giving us a rating and review from the other channels we are listed on.
Comedian Roseanne Barr joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to talk about her new Fox Nation special “Cancel This!”, and shed light on how her industry has changed over the years. Jimmy slams Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg for spending more time worrying about diversity among construction workers than addressing the horrific disaster caused by the train derailment in Ohio. South Carolina Republican Senator Tim Scott explains how President Biden's weak posture on the world stage is being exploited by our adversaries. PLUS, co-host of “The Big Money Show” on Fox Business Brian Brenberg stops by to break down the January consumer price index report. [00:00:00] Secretary Buttigieg finally addresses Ohio train disaster [00:37:03] Roseanne Barr [00:47:23] Senator Tim Scott [00:55:30] Assessing the 2024 GOP field [01:13:50] Reacting to the January CPI report [01:32:20] Brian Brenberg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Sara welcomes scholar and podcaster Spencer Klavan to discuss his new book, “How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises.” Klavan explains how ancient Greece and Israel have plenty to say about what we think of as only modern day challenges – from sexuality to defining truth to the future of our […]
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What can ancient wisdom teach us about today’s crises? According to Spencer Klavan, author of “How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises,” it can teach us a lot. “Whenever you call a book something like ‘How to Save the West,’ you have a certain imposter syndrome, or it’s impossible not to […]
Sara welcomes scholar and podcaster Spencer Klavan to discuss his new book, "How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises." Klavan explains how ancient Greece and Israel have plenty to say about what we think of as only modern day challenges - from sexuality to defining truth to the future of our republic.Sara also takes a deep dive into the theme of how our political battles are currently a fight between normal and crazy, a comparison stressed by Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders during her response to the State of the Union on Tuesday. And she reacts to the chilling Washington Examiner report that progressive elites are actively trying to silence conservative media voices.Please visit our great sponsors...Allegiance Goldhttps://protectwithsara.comClick or Call 877-702-7272 tell them Sara sent you and get $5,000 of free silver on a qualifying purchase. Donors Trusthttps://donorstrust.org/saraLet my friends at Donors Trust help minimize your tax liability while maximizing your giving. My Pillow https://www.mypillow.com/carterSleep cool with the new MyPillow 2.0 now Buy One Get One Free with code CARTER.The Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.Buy "How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises" : https://www.amazon.com/How-Save-West-Ancient-Wisdom/dp/1684513456Sara's Op-Ed: https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/sarah-sanders-slam-dunk-choice-between-normal-or-crazy-parents-stand-upWashington Examiner Investigation: https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/technology/disinformation-conservative-media-censored-blacklists
What can ancient wisdom teach us about today's crises?According to Spencer Klavan, author of "How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises," it can teach us a lot. "Whenever you call a book something like 'How to Save the West,' you have a certain imposter syndrome, or it's impossible not to feel a kind of trepidation, but that's actually why I wrote the book in a certain sense, that feeling of just overwhelm and despair that I think we all can relate to," Klavan, associate editor at the Claremont Institute, says on today's podcast. Klavan adds: What's the role of a human being? What's our place in the universe? What is good and what is evil? Those sorts of questions actually are human-sized.And so I wanted to give people just a taste of some of the wisdom that we can get if we access these great texts and incorporate their wisdom into our lives, because we think of these things as kind of inaccessible or beyond us, but actually they're there for you, and the book is designed to equip you with some of that. Klavan joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss his new book, what he thinks the West needs to be saved from, and what he views as the biggest threat to the West. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Why we need a new eco-social contract – a conversation with Paul Ladd In this episode we discuss with Paul Ladd, Director of the UN Research Institute on Social Development, about the contribution of the Institute to multilateralism at this 60-year milestone since UNRISD's establishment. In particular, we take a deep dive into the latest report, "Crises of Inequality", which shows why, in order to break the cycle of multiple, interlocking crises and to address inequality, we need a new eco-social contract. Paul Ladd tells us about how UNRISD's research has, in many instances, been ahead of the curve leading to positive impact. He explains in depth key themes in the recent UNRISD flagship report and gives us clear pointers to ways in which multilateralism must evolve. Resources Flagship report: https://www.unrisd.org/en/library/publications/crises-of-inequality UNRISD website: https://www.unrisd.org/en UNRISD Twitter: https://twitter.com/unrisd Where to listen to this episode Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy YouTube: Content Speakers: Paul Ladd Host: Francesco Pisano Production, editing and social media: Amy Smith and Panha Theng Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva
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My son Spencer Klavan (no relation) joins me discuss his new book, How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises. We tackle such pertinent questions as: how we all can save the world on a small scale, how the modern trend of transhumanism is making us deeply unhappy, how western philosophy defined […]
In this wide-ranging episode, Jamie and Kent sit down with Bob Smietana, a veteran news reporter and author of Reorganized Religion: The Reshaping of the American Church and Why It Matters. Together they discuss why people are leaving American churches, examine the loss of resources from current trends (and scandals), and discuss what we can do to continue moving forward. Listen in to learn more about: Crises that Jamie and Kent are not prepared for—like cat-worshiping cults. The changing landscape of religion in America; it's not your grandmother's church anymore. How churches and denominations collaborate to get things done at the local level. As resources become scarce, how can churches and nonprofits effectively weigh the cost-benefit factor? Bob's thoughts on actions we can each take towards “doing better, faithfully.” Bob's tips for excellent storytelling, whether your audience is church members, donors, or readers. Bio: Bob Smietana is an award-winning religion reporter and editor who has spent two decades producing breaking news, data journalism, investigative reporting, profiles, and features for magazines, newspapers, trade publications, and websites. His book on the changing face of the American Church was recently named to Christianity Today's 2023 Book Awards. Publisher's Weekly called it “a must-read for anyone invested in the fate of the American church.” RESOURCES: Reorganized Religion: The Reshaping of the American Church and Why it Matters Bob's piece on “The Better Samaritan” blog: The Organized Kindness of Strangers, and Why It's in Danger Bob's article “Apocalypse Meow” Bob's website: bobsmietana.com This episode was produced by WildfireCreative Theme Song: “Turning Over Tables” by The Brilliance Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | TuneIn | Stitcher | RSS Follow us on Twitter: @drjamieaten | @kentannan Follow on Instagram: @wildfirecreativeco (Note to the listener: In this podcast, sometimes we'll have Evangelicals, and sometimes we won't. Learning how to do better involves listening to many perspectives with different insights and understanding. Sometimes it will make us uncomfortable, sometimes, we'll agree, and sometimes we won't. We think that's good. We want to listen for correction– Especially in our blind spots.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nesta semana, muita movimentação extracampo na Europa. Em Manchester, o City foi acusado pela Premier League de burlar mais de 100 leis do Fair Play Financeiro ao longo das últimas 9 temporadas. O que isso significa a curto, médio e longo prazo? Como irá influenciar o clube? Na Baviera, o goleiro Manuel Neuer deu entrevista descontente com o andamento interno do clube, como a demissão do preparador de goleiros do Bayern de Munique. Dentro de campo, a equipe venceu pela primeira vez desde a volta da Copa e reassumiu a liderança. A equipe que enfrenta o PSG, também com problemas após a eliminação para o Marseille na Copa da França. Em Barcelona, Raphinha agarrou com unhas e dentes a oportunidade após a lesão de Dembélé e cresce cada vez mais. Já são 6 participações em gol nos últimos 6 jogos e o brasileiro vive ótimo momento no líder espanhol e semifinalista da Copa do Rei. CONHEÇA O FOOTURE • Acesse o Site: https://footure.com.br/ • Footure Club: https://footure.com.br/footure-club/ • Loja Futeboleira: http://footure.com.br/loja • Cursos de Análise Tática: https://footure.com.br/footure-lab/ AS NOSSAS REDES SOCIAIS • Twitter: http://twitter.com/footurefc • Instagram: http://instagram.com/footurefc • Facebook: http://facebook.com/footurefc • LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/footurefc
In this episode of season 5, Sandhya Sridhar, Oxford Saïd MBA and host, discusses the world of family business with fellow student Shwe Yee Win. Shwe Yee runs her family garment manufacturing business - SPZ Garment and Embroidery - in Yangon, Myanmar. She dives into her experience of working for her family business and elaborates on the times the business faced crises such as COVID-19 and the military coup in her country, and how these required constant strategic restructuring and revamping of the business model and functioning. She also shares her experience promoting women to the forefront of management by motivation and methodical planning. Featuring: Sandhya Sridhar - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandhyas0594/ Shwe Yee Win - https://www.linkedin.com/in/shweyeewinsyw/ Resources: SPZ Garmet and Embroidery - https://www.facebook.com/spz.mm/ Link to the school website - https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/ Link to the podcast - https://www.sbs.ox.ac.uk/about-us/school/our-community/future-business-podcast/season-five
How can the news better reflect important global issues? In Humanitarian Journalists Covering Crises from a Boundary Zone (Routledge, 2022), Drs Martin Scott, an Associate Professor in Media & Development at the University of East Anglia and Kate Wright, Senior Lecturer and Chancellor's Fellow in Media and Communication at the University of Edinburgh, and Prof Mel Bunce, a Professor of International Journalism at City University of London, explore the context that shapes the lives and practices of humanitarian journalists. The book uses rich case study materials, detailed interview data, and a framework drawing on field theory to analyses how humanitarian journalists exist between the journalistic and humanitarian fields. This comes at a cost to them, as well as offering significant positives for both their activities and for news itself. Accessible, and available open access here, the book is essential reading across media studies, humanities, and social sciences, as well as for anyone concerned about the need for a better system for reporting the news. Dave O'Brien is Professor of Cultural and Creative Industries, at the University of Sheffield. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory
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How can the news better reflect important global issues? In Humanitarian Journalists Covering Crises from a Boundary Zone (Routledge, 2022), Drs Martin Scott, an Associate Professor in Media & Development at the University of East Anglia and Kate Wright, Senior Lecturer and Chancellor's Fellow in Media and Communication at the University of Edinburgh, and Prof Mel Bunce, a Professor of International Journalism at City University of London, explore the context that shapes the lives and practices of humanitarian journalists. The book uses rich case study materials, detailed interview data, and a framework drawing on field theory to analyses how humanitarian journalists exist between the journalistic and humanitarian fields. This comes at a cost to them, as well as offering significant positives for both their activities and for news itself. Accessible, and available open access here, the book is essential reading across media studies, humanities, and social sciences, as well as for anyone concerned about the need for a better system for reporting the news. Dave O'Brien is Professor of Cultural and Creative Industries, at the University of Sheffield. 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
My son Spencer Klavan (no relation) joins me discuss his new book, How to Save the West: Ancient Wisdom for 5 Modern Crises. We tackle such pertinent questions as: how we all can save the world on a small scale, how the modern trend of transhumanism is making us deeply unhappy, how western philosophy defined most of the problems we face today, and how we can refer to ancient wisdom to solve these modern crises. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Many COVID-19 restrictions and mandates have been rolled back, but the infrastructure remains in place, “ready and waiting for the next declared public health crisis,” Dr. Aaron Kheriaty says. Kheriaty, a psychiatrist who directs the Bioethics and American Democracy program at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, chose to speak out against the COVID-19 vaccine mandates, That decision cost him his job at the University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine.Kheriaty says he is concerned that the "pretext of public health and safety has proven to be a good fulcrum, a good lever to get people to do things that otherwise they would be very reluctant to do.""It's also been an occasion for the accumulation of power, mostly by the executive branch of government," he says.In his new book "The New Abnormal: The Rise of the Biomedical Security State,” Kheriaty details the ways in which governments past and present have used public health crises to gain power.Kheriaty joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss how, unless placed in check, the government will use public health orders to further its own agenda, whether about COVID-19, climate change, or abortion. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jack Horgan-Jones and Pat Leahy join Hugh Linehan to talk about the week in politics:A letter from Minister Roderic O'Gorman to cabinet colleagues asking for help in securing “sports centres… conference facilities, arts centres, student leisure centres [and] any other large buildings that are deemed safe” in order to house refugees shows just how bad this crisis has become.The Government is increasingly worried about the protests against the housing of refugees and asylum seekers around the country.A report this week that a deal between the UK and the EU over the Northern Ireland protocol was done turned out to be premature - but a deal may be imminent.The story about a legal strategy to discourage claims against the state by citizens overcharged for nursing home care shows again how the system favours the well-resourced when disputes ariseWith any subscription you'll get unlimited access to the very best in unique quality journalism from The Irish Times. Subscribe today. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit andrewsullivan.substack.comRod is an old-school blogger and author living in Budapest. He's a senior editor at The American Conservative and has written several bestsellers, including The Benedict Option and Live Not by Lies. He's currently writing a book about bringing the enchantment back to Christianity in a time of growing secularism. He was enchanted himself after taking LSD in college, putting him on the path to Christianity — something he hasn't talked about in public until now. We've been sparring online for a couple of decades, while remaining friends. For two clips of our convo — Rod coming to terms with his father being in the KKK, and breaking from the Catholic Church after learning of suicides by sex-abuse victims — pop over to our YouTube page. Other topics: television as a way for Rod to escape the racism of the rural South, his struggle for his father's acceptance, meeting gay kids for the first time in boarding school, his youthful indiscretions of drinking and casual sex, his family rejecting him after moving home for his dying sister, reconciling with his dad, his friendly correspondence with a gay meth addict, his current divorce and moving to Budapest, and Rod believing that homosexuality and transness are “disordered” — and my profound disagreement with him on both counts. It's one of the most revealing episodes we've had yet.Peruse the Dishcast archives for another episode you might enjoy — more than one hundred at this point. The podcast is part of The Weekly Dish on Substack. To subscribe and receive the weekly emails and full offerings, including the entire episodes, go here: https://andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe
“Capitalism, it turns out, is more than just the exchange of goods in a market economy,” Katharina Pistor writes. “It is a market economy in which some assets are placed on legal steroids.”Pistor is a professor of comparative law at Columbia Law School, the director of the Center on Global Legal Transformation at Columbia University and the author of “The Code of Capital: How the Law Creates Wealth and Inequality.” In the book, Pistor argues that economic value isn't just captured by markets; it is created by the legal system. An asset like a piece of land or a machine has some intrinsic value. But it is only when you graft legal attributes onto those assets — backed by the coercive power of the state — that they are transformed into wealth-generating capital.Pistor's theory has sweeping implications for some of the most fundamental economic questions of our time: How is wealth actually created? Why does our current economic system produce such huge inequalities? What causes financial crises? In Pistor's telling, you can't begin to answer such questions without understanding the legal foundation that our economy is built on.This is a conversation that delves into the deepest layer of our economic system — one that shapes all of our lives even as it remains largely invisible. We discuss the four legal attributes that transform an ordinary asset into a wealth-generating device, how the law creates corporations and financial instruments out of thin air, the “feudal calculus” that underpins our modern economy, why focusing solely on wealth redistribution will never be sufficient to solve economic inequality, how private lawyers — operating outside democratic institutions — end up shaping the rules of our economic system, the “law and finance paradox” that explains why financial crises happen, how legal manipulation has eroded the “social contract” of capitalism, whether the law can work as a tool to help fight climate change and more.Mentioned:“A Legal Theory of Finance” by Katharina PistorBook Recommendations:Capital in the Twenty-First Century by Thomas PikettyCrashed by Adam ToozeAges of American Capitalism by Jonathan LevyThis episode is guest-hosted by Rogé Karma, the senior editor for “The Ezra Klein Show.” Rogé has been with the show since July 2019, when it was based at Vox. He works closely with Ezra on everything related to the show, from editing to interview prep to guest selection. At Vox, he also wrote and conducted interviews on topics ranging from policing and racial justice to democracy reform and the coronavirus.Thoughts? Guest suggestions? Email us at email@example.com.You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more episodes of “The Ezra Klein Show” at nytimes.com/ezra-klein-podcast, and you can find Ezra on Twitter @ezraklein. Book recommendations from all our guests are listed at https://www.nytimes.com/article/ezra-klein-show-book-recs.“The Ezra Klein Show” is produced by Emefa Agawu, Annie Galvin, Jeff Geld, Kristin Lin and Rogé Karma. Fact-checking by Michelle Harris and Mary Marge Locker. Original music by Isaac Jones. Mixing by Jeff Geld and Sonia Herrero. Audience strategy by Shannon Busta. The executive producer of New York Times Opinion Audio is Annie-Rose Strasser.