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Veggies & Virtue: Easy Meal Ideas for Families, Healthy Snacks for Kids, Picky Eating Help
102. Candy-Free Valentines Ideas for Kids: Fun & Festive Ways to Say ”You're So Sweet” without Sugar

Veggies & Virtue: Easy Meal Ideas for Families, Healthy Snacks for Kids, Picky Eating Help

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2023 22:59


Want some fun and festive ideas for your kids to hand out as Valentine's that aren't candy? I hear you! As a dietitian mom of three, I have learned a few things over the years. That's why, in this episode, I share with you: 5 Criteria to Keep in Mind when coming up with a "good" idea for Valentine's 12 Fun Ideas for Valentine's + One Bonus Idea to show teachers, coworkers, family, or friends that you love them a latte!   12 Fun & Festive Candy-Free Ideas for Kids to Pass Out for Valentines Crayons: You color my world Bubbles: You blow me away Crazy Straws: You are X-straw special Stampers: Your friendship is stamped on my heart Keychains/Pop-it Keychain: You make my heart pop Pencils: I think you are SHARP Pens: You're the one WRITE one for me Whoopie Cushion: WHOOPIE! It's Valentine's Day Ruler: You RULE! Sticky Hand (or Stickers): I am STUCK on you! Puzzle: I love you to pieces! Maze (or coloring page w/ a fun coloring item): I am aMAZEd by you! SHOWNOTES: 9 Clever Non-Candy Ideas (on the Veggies & Virtue blog) Join my email community here. Leave me a voice message to be answered on the podcast here. Find out more about Mealtimes Made Easy Method here. Work with me 1:1 here.

CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast
Is Dylan Cease a Top-10 Pitcher in MLB? | CHGO White Sox Podcast

CHGO Chicago White Sox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 63:54


MLB Network released their Top 10 Starting Pitchers list for 2023 and oh boy, is it bad. Only 3 American League pitchers were featured in the Top 10. That list of three AL pitchers did not include either Gerrit Cole or Dylan Cease. The CHGO White Sox crew, Herb Lawrence, Sean Anderson, and Vinnie Duber create their own Top 10 MLB Starting Pitchers list. TIMESTAMPS 2:26 - MLB Network's Top 10 Starting Pitchers list 8:35 - Why is Dylan Cease not on MLB Network's list? 17:50 - MLB Network's list was compiled by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' nemesis, Shredder (funny) 23;17 - Criteria for ranking starting pitchers 1 through 10 26:44 - Herb gives his list of the top 10 MLB starting pitchers right now 31:22 - Vinnie shares his list for MLB's top 10 starting pitchers in 2023 38:18 - Sean vividly describes why he chooses his top 10 starting pitchers with stats to back up his opinion 50:23 - MLB top 11-15 starters (just missed the cut)   BUY WHITE SOX TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.hnyj8s.net/c/3442941... TAILGATE WITH US: https://bit.ly/3SRS03z  SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CHGOSports ALL THINGS CHGO: https://linktr.ee/chgosports  WEBSITE: http://allCHGO.com/ BUY MERCH:  http://CHGOLocker.com  FOLLOW ON SOCIAL:  Twitter: @CHGO_Sports Instagram: @CHGO_Sports Use Code: CHGO for 50% off 2 or more pairs at https://ShadyRays.com - Buy One, Get One Free. Check out pinsandaces.com and use code CHGO to receive 15% off your first order and get free shipping. GET OUR FREE NEWSLETTER:  http://www.allchgo.com/newsletter Check out FOCO for merch and collectibles here https://foco.vegb.net/CHGO and use promo code “CHGO” for 10% off your order on all non Pre Order items. Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Just visit https://athleticgreens.com/CHGOSox Visit https://dkng.co/chgo to sign up for DraftKings Sportsbook using the code “CHGO” If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MD/MI/NJ/PA/TN/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MD/MI /NJ/ NY//PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. VOID IN OH/ONT. Valid 1 per new customer. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 bet. Promo code req. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Free Bets are non-cashable and cannot be withdrawn. Free bets must be wagered 1x and stake is not included in any returns or winnings. Free Bets expire 7 days (168 hours) after being awarded. Promotional offer period ends 2/12/23 at 11:59:59 PM ET. See terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/footballterms When you shop through links in the description, we may earn affiliate commissions. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. #WhiteSox #ChicagoWhiteSox #ChangeTheGame Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Tolkien Professor
512: SilmFilm 6-22: Season 6 Casting Criteria

The Tolkien Professor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 29, 2023 131:42


Tonight on SilmFilm: casting for Season 6, including Beren!

Web3 Breakdowns
Magdalena “Mags” Kala: Hot Takes on Consumer Culture - [Web3 Breakdowns, EP.55]

Web3 Breakdowns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 69:17


This is Eric Golden and my guest today is Magdalena Kala, or "Mags" as she's better known. Mags has an incredible back story, which involves immigrating from Poland on her own to attend boarding school in the United States. Admission to Harvard and Stanford, working for Bain Capital, and even running a notorious female blackjack ring. She's now the founder of Double Down, an early-stage investor focused on Web3 companies. We discuss her story, how she learned to invest in the consumer space, and why people like the owner of Boston Celtics trust her with their capital. Please enjoy my conversation with Mags.   For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here.   -----   This episode is brought to you by OKX. You may have seen OKX on McLaren's Formula 1 race car or Manchester City's football kit. But what is OKX? OKX has over 730 spot trading pairs, 280 derivatives markets, and 1000 options markets. It processes 400,000 requests per second with 99.95% uptime. That's why over 20 million traders and institutions choose OKX when they want to trade. Visit okx.com to learn more.   -----   Web3 Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Web3 Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes.   Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here.   Follow us on Twitter: @Web3Breakdowns | @ericgoldenx | @patrick_oshag    Show Notes [00:02:23] - [First question] - Her surprising and unique background [00:04:31] - To what she attributes her drive and ambition [00:05:25] - Her big move from Poland to the US at 16 years old [00:07:42] - Challenges in adapting to American culture [00:08:57] - Her analysis of the world as a game [00:10:44] - How she approaches both failure and risk [00:14:10] - Her time with a group of all-female card-counting blackjack hustlers [00:16:14] - Her most memorable blackjack game [00:17:29] - Getting a start in consumer investing at Bain Capital [00:20:24] - Criteria she looks for in consumer investment targets [00:23:27] - Analyzing the stickiness of identity-driven consumer brands [00:25:58] - Using customer demographics to pinpoint long-lasting brands [00:28:18] - Why she goes after cheap partnership arbitrage [00:29:44] - The push-pull between exclusivity and mainstream success of a brand [00:31:38] - Her transition from Bain Capital to striking out on her own [00:34:13] - Why she chose to pursue early-stage VC investing [00:36:57] - What drew her to Web3-integrated consumer products [00:40:02] - Her focus on mainstream adoption of crypto and blockchain tech [00:43:00] - How both traditional brands and crypto natives are impacting the space [00:46:34] - The gestation period of a crypto-native brand compared to traditional big brands [00:48:46] - Venture pitch deck characteristics she's seeing in 2022 and 2023 [00:52:22] - The eccentric non-crypto-native people that back her fund [00:54:14] - How she managed to close her fund right before the FTX collapse [00:57:35] - Her philosophies for handling both early adopters and mainstream consumers [01:00:28] - Her current hot takes on the venture market [01:01:42] - How LPs are handling committing their capital in 2023 [01:03:57] - What she looks for when evaluating founders [01:06:06] - Why a founder might want to avoid picking her as an investor [01:06:46] - What she's most excited to see built over the next six months and six years

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice
747. 3 Criteria Needed To Condition Yourself For SUCCESS

The Sales Life with Marsh Buice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 10:28 Transcription Available


You don't run a marathon on Day 1, nor do you squat 525 lbs. the day you join a gym. Success in any area is possible IF you condition yourself for success. In this episode, you'll learn the 3 criteria for conditioning yourself for success especially in your weak areas. (Gotcha!)Don't have time for the full episode? Skip around using the episode's chapter markers. (I use this for listening to long-form podcasts.)YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiNqFo05MJ6_yCu1vJ3rX4ALeave a quick rating and review for any platform: https://www.marshbuice.com/reviews/new/Coaching: https://www.marshbuice.com/p/the-sales-life-coaching-program/Share: https://www.marshbuice.com/episodes/See my daily stories: https://www.instagram.com/marshbuice/Selling is more than a profession, it is a mindset you can apply to every area of your life to embrace uncertainty, handle adversity, and never settle again. Master 5 disciplines to be RFA: Ready For Anything. Go to marshbuice.com to start your coaching today.

Irish Breakdown
IB Nation Sports Talk: Applying Bill Polian's Coaching Criteria To Marcus Freeman's First Season

Irish Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 53:13


Hall of Fame former NFL executive Bill Polian has 11 standards he uses when he's evaluating a potential head coaching hire. IB Nation applied them to Marcus Freeman last summer before his first season started and today we go through them to see how Freeman stood up to them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Equestrian Performance Mindset
#68. Our 3 Success Criteria

Equestrian Performance Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 36:12


Are you eager to succeed in life? Then this podcast episode is for you!In today's episode, Lorna and I discuss the three essential criteria to make you succeed long-term. So, whether you're just starting out on your journey to success or looking for ways to stay motivated and focused, be sure to tune in!Sign up to receive our Weekly Mindset and Performance Hacks: www.mindeq.eu/weeklyhacks Get in touch with Jocelin on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jocelinlillienau/

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RBN Energy Blogcast
Stuck in the Middle With You, Part 2 - U.S. Outlines Criteria for Direct Air Capture Hubs

RBN Energy Blogcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 15:56


School Safety Today
Connecting Grant Criteria to School Safety Needs with Dr. Paula Love

School Safety Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 21:29


Finding adequate funding can be difficult task for some schools. But there is a benefit when a school district, and ultimately its schools, become a grant recipient. These grants can help schools implement more educational and extracurricular programs, and even hire more staff, which can have a major impact on the quality of education provided. However, there are stipulations that come with these grants and schools often must meet certain guidelines to be awarded a grant. That is an area of expertise for Dr. Paula Love, who guides schools on how to apply for the grants best suited for their needs.What are the types of grants out there for schools? How can schools ensure that they have better chances at winning a grant, given strict criteria?Exploring the ways grants are utilized and the basis on which they are created, Dr. Paula Love discussed the matter with host Michelle Dawn Mooney, on an episode of “School Safety Today.” The two talked about the application process that schools have to go through in order to qualify, and how grants can play a significant role in school safety.Mooney and Love further explored:1. The types of grants, including competitive and formula grants2. Examples of specific grants and their eligibility criteria, such as programs for special needs students and school safety3. Importance of applying for state grants, eligibility odds, and federal grants“State grants are so good right now and the reason that I say that is it gives us [more of a] window,” said Love. “...At the federal level, and you're competing for this money, there may only be a few winners. At state levels like what we're seeing in Texas and other states, the opportunity to go after those is even greater.” Dr. Paula Love is an author and the founder of RFP Match, a company she created to consult schools on applying and receiving grants. She's worked in the education field for over three decades and found her calling in grant-writing.Raptor Technologies provides resources on school funding information as well as works with RFPMatch to help schools apply for and earn grant dollars.

Lean Out with Tara Henley
EP 66: 'As scientists, we have strong criteria for what we accept is true'

Lean Out with Tara Henley

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 36:05


On the Lean Out podcast, we've talked a lot about the state of open debate in our society. The public conversation these days frequently involves highly contentious and nasty arguments — and science is no exception. Michael Powell at The New York Times recently reported out one such example, involving the naming of a telescope after a late NASA head, and allegations of homophobia. Several of the scientists behind the movement to rename the telescope have issued a statement since The New York Times piece came out, arguing that Powell “has attempted to transform a debate on the naming of JWST into one that raises ‘personal' issues involving Professor Oluseyi.” You can read that statement in full here.  Today, on the podcast, we'll hear from the astrophysicist at the centre of this controversy. Hakeem Oluseyi is the visiting Robinson Professor at George Mason University, and the president of the National Society of Black Physicists. He's also the author of A Quantum Life: My Unlikely Journey from the Street to the Stars.You can find Tara Henley on Twitter at @TaraRHenley, and on Substack at tarahenley.substack.com

Real Talk With Susan & Kristina
Teaching Young Women Resilience and Grit

Real Talk With Susan & Kristina

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 30:40


In this episode of Real Talk, KJK Student Defense Attorneys Susan Stone and Kristina Supler are joined by Charlotte Wasserman, co-founder of “It's a Girls Life”, an organization dedicated to teaching young woman grit and resilience.  Topics they discuss grit.  The conversation includes what grit means and what the acronym stands for, the importance of finding the right people to surround yourself with and how you can be the right person for someone else, and the biggest challenges facing young women today. Links from this Episode: It's a Girls' Life Website: https://www.itsagirlslife.org/ It's a Girl's Life Podcast (Apple Podcast) It's a Girl's Life Podcast (Spotify) Show Notes: (03:10)  What does G.R.I.T. stand for? (04:49) What inspired Charlotte to start G.R.I.T.? (06:45)  An inspiring example of how Charlotte used grit to go against the grain and make the best decision for her (10:46)  The struggles of finding the right Team to support you (11:30)  Why it's important to have the right Team (12:55)  Is teaching grit different for girls than for boys? (16:14)  Can grit grow to meet the really big challenges in life? (17:31)  A project to help people deal with really big challenges (18:32)  “It's a Girl's Life” Podcast - what will listeners get from this podcast? (21:15)  How to be a good, supportive Team member for someone else? (22:05)  Why sometimes it's better to be a good listener (23:57)  The biggest challenge girls face today (25:00)  What's in the future for the “It's a Girl's Life” program (26:43)  How Charlotte plans to help more college and high-school girls with her program (27:52)  Sororities:  Confidence Builder or Resilience Killer (28:15)  How to pick out the right sorority for you Transcript: Susan Stone: Kristina, what's so sad is we never get to meet people under. , everything's great. Kristina Supler: Ordinary circumstances.  Susan Stone: Yeah. like, Hey, you know, come you, if you call us for help, that means  Kristina Supler: most of our clients are in a bad place. So when we're dealing with students, it's some type of crisis  Susan Stone: and we don't see the post crisis. We don't get to see the bounce back.  Kristina Supler: Rarely. Yeah. I mean, sometimes we stay in touch with families and, and receive updates, but yeah, I think you're, you said it exactly right. We, we see the worst and we don't get to see the best or the recovery,  Susan Stone: but the one aspect of getting through a legal process at least, or a challenging situation, I think is how resilient a student is when they come to us, because, uh, the students that have a little bit more grit. Mm. Yeah. That's gonna be the word for today of day. The word of the day. The students that show a little more grit are just more present and get through the process a lot. Well, frankly, better for them and better for us. Right. Kristina Supler: I agree. It does help us. Uh, it makes it a little easier for us to do our job in terms of guiding and supporting students going through the crisis. Susan Stone: So I wanna know, and the question always is that we talk about. What makes regardless of the circumstances, Why are some people are just more resilient than others?  Susan Stone: And that's it. Kristina Supler: It's great question. And on that note, I'd like to introduce today's guest. Today we are pleased to be joined by Charlotte Wasserman, who is a freshman at Southern Methodist University, SM u Charlotte hails from Cleveland. And she's really passionate about empowering girls to become the best versions of themselves through her nonprofit. Called, it's a Girl's Life. Charlotte's been working on, it's a Girl's Life since its creation in middle school for her. Kristina Supler: She's hosted several events for teen girls, primarily focused on teaching them about grit and resilience, and her current focus is on growing and being the host of It's a Girls' Life podcast, which empowers young women to be creators of their own stories. Welcome Charlotte.  Kristina Supler: Welcome  Charlotte Wasserman: Charlotte. Hi, . Thanks for having me. Susan Stone: Y. And I have to say that, um, I've known Charlotte since she was been born, and if you wanna talk about grit, someone that I respect a lot and is incredibly strong, beautiful, and resilient, is Charlotte's mom, Halle. So big fan. You can tell her. I did a shout out about her today.  Charlotte Wasserman: I will tell her after this. Susan Stone: So, charlotte, . Grit is a word, but it's an acronym. When we looked at your website, yes, G R I T in all caps, tell us what it stands for and what it really means.  Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah, so. Grit. So grit is obviously as a one word definition about like resilience and getting back out, up and out there after you like fall down or have a challenge in kind of overcoming that. Charlotte Wasserman: But. As to girls' life, we saw grit as more than that and kind of like a framework for people and like girls specifically to live by. So the G stands for Growing Guts and that is growing courage. And confidence I guess you could say. And then the R stands for resilience. Which is, getting back out there after, times are tough and you're experiencing different things, "I" is imperfections and accepting your own imperfections and that, you're not perfect. All around people make mistakes and that's what makes us human.  Charlotte Wasserman: And then T is team, and that means surrounding yourself and the importance of surrounding yourself with people who build you up and support you and can help you through those tough times as well. So between all those, that's like the most important things that I think are for someone who wants to build grits, I guess you would say, and what you need or to like accept when you're building grit in your own life. Susan Stone: That's a lot to unpack actually. That's a lot. .  Kristina Supler: I love that. And I'm just trying to imagine as a, as a middle school student having the maturity and awareness and insight to think about creating this platform and, and executing it. So tell us a little more about what inspired you to do what you're doing and create grit. Charlotte Wasserman: The first thing I would say is that I can't take full responsibility for like the whole G R I T framework because that was actually established a foundation out in California that I found when I was in middle school that was teaching girls, but very like small group settings, middle school and maybe high schools as well about grit and resilience. Charlotte Wasserman: So what happened is that when I was in middle school I was like facing a lot of academic and social challenges as a lot of girls do. And I just realized that there has to be like some way to teach girls about everything that we're all experiencing that will like provide them Clarity on like what they're experiencing, but also how to fix it. Charlotte Wasserman: And when I heard about what this organization out in California was doing and teaching girls about, which was grit I just, my own research and found out was a topic that was mostly taught to adults. And I thought it was so interesting in how you can actually teach that to girls and how meaningful it would be. Charlotte Wasserman: So then I reached out to them. We just started talking about creating an event series for teen girls here in Cleveland. So it wasn't just going to specific middle schools or high schools, but anyone who wanted to come could attend, learn what grit is, hear about it in like real life examples from speakers. Charlotte Wasserman: And again, reminder, reminds them that like, you're not the only person who's dealing with something, whatever that could be. Susan Stone: I have a two-part question, if you'll bear with me a little bit. Mm-hmm. , I struggle with the idea, can you teach grit? Mm-hmm. ,  Susan Stone: is it something you just have to live through something tough and look back, but if, right. Susan Stone: Your whole group is based on the idea that you can. So I'm assuming your answer is yes. , but can you give me an example of a situation where someone learned some tools, what those tools were and they actually got gritty? Charlotte Wasserman: Hmm. That's so interesting question that I really like. No one's ever asked me that question before. Charlotte Wasserman: I think like the part that's teachable about grit is that the reflection part, what you said is helping people realize that like it's something. You grow over time and I think that it's like you have to almost focus on realizing that you have it based on like experiences you've dealt with in the past and how those experiences impact where you are now and how you deal with the different things happening to you right now. Charlotte Wasserman: Or it could be like identifying the problem and realizing, you know, what that taught you. , and that's like a practice of grit because you're realizing like, what is something that I one struggled with and how is that teaching me something about like what I could use today? So I think it's more like the teaching part is more of like the realizing and reflecting part and then a real example of grit and I guess how you see it teaching someone something. Charlotte Wasserman: there's I've, I guess I've talked to a lot of people about it, so I'm trying to pick like my favorite one, but let me think for a second. I would say I can use like my own kind of like personal story as an example, but when I was going to college, which was a recent decision, obviously like last year, a year ago today, I was apply, I was hearing back from a bunch of colleges. Charlotte Wasserman: I remember this time specifically I was hearing back from the college of at now. But one thing was like, . My college decisions were back to back two days in a row. One was a rejection from a school that I made an early decision to, and one was a school that I'm currently at right now. And those were a day apart from each other. Charlotte Wasserman: And I chose, well, I mean through all of the other places that I got accepted into later on, I was able to make the decision to go to the school I'm at right now. And that was a school that no one really from, like my hometown, talked about going to. And it was, I knew it was, I was going from Ohio to a school in Texas and a lot of people had a lot of specific things to say about where I was going off to that weren't always. Charlotte Wasserman: Like a lot of like questions like, oh, like why would you go all the way over there? Or I never ha, I don't have any, any family down there. So I was like, oh, this is so nerve-wracking. Like new experiences, new people, something totally outside of my comfort zone. Charlotte Wasserman: But now that I'm there, I realized that like, even though this was maybe like a tougher decision or something that was a little bit different from just going to a school in Ohio maybe where a lot of people went to, I knew it taught me that. Charlotte Wasserman: I could do something where I don't know anybody and like find people to, be friends with or that I could do something that was like outside of the known and be just fine. So that's like an example. Susan Stone: Well, you're more than just fine. You're actually thriving.  Kristina Supler: But it's interesting to hear you speak about, just taking what you've just shared with us the process of settling on your, your college and you made a decision and people were questioning you and you were sort of doing something different from a lot of your peers surrounding you, and then you found new people. Kristina Supler: It makes me think of the "T" and Grit Team. Mm-hmm. so, . How do you know when to change up your team or what to look for in quote unquote teammates  Susan Stone: and teams change. Right, right. Yeah. I think sometimes we realize. Uh, I know I've had a lot of different life experiences and I've, I feel like I'm a cat who's lived nine lives. Susan Stone: Mm-hmm. and sometimes I look back and I think these were lovely people in my life, but they weren't my team. I'm a little bit of an odd duck, wouldn't you say?  Kristina Supler: Yeah. I mean, I think you've especially gone through experiences where there was a place and a time for a relationship that was supportive and meaningful, and then we evolve and. you reevaluate. But Charlotte, I'm, I'm curious to hear more of your thoughts on changing up your team.  Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah. I think it's really important, like topics to talk about because when I was in high school and middle school, I really struggled with finding the right people to surround myself with. Susan Stone: It's hard, it's hard for everyone. Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah. At any, yeah. I guess it's like kinda a constant thing, but I just remember that was a specific time. , I realized I was hanging out with people who weren't really like supportive I guess, of the direction I was heading in. So then I had to decide that I wanted to find people who were gonna be more supportive of that. Charlotte Wasserman: And that was really scary cuz then I was like, oh, well I didn't really know who to lean on to when I was like going through transition of people. But then I realized that, you know, when you do find people who are not only like supportive of what you're working on, but supportive of like your goals and maybe you have some things in common. Charlotte Wasserman: I think that it is really important because it provides some confidence around things that maybe you find that are important to you but also provides like people who, you know, you can, reach back onto when like things are getting really challenging and you might need support that you don't feel like you can provide only by yourself. But I've realized that even if. And even so like, when I went off to college, I knew that it was gonna be a really exciting experience for me to find even more people that I connected with because when I was in high school and initially was trying to find different groups of people that support me, I always felt like really limited cuz I had a really small high school class. Charlotte Wasserman: And then when I went to college I knew like I would have so many different people that are around me, so I could really go and Look for the kind of people that I wanted to surround myself with. And then it just helped me feel like more confident in myself, but also like confident in things I wanted to work on too, which is really important that I found. Susan Stone: And your team's going to grow again? Yeah. After college. It always changes. , it always changes.  Kristina Supler: Absolutely. Well, and I think it's really nice to hear you talk about taking some risk, the g and then having confidence and, and finding your team people to build you up and support. , Tell us about, I, I wonder this idea of grit and your organization is focused on young women. Kristina Supler: Is teaching grit different for boys and girls, or is it the same?  Charlotte Wasserman: I. Honestly don't exactly know what it's like to teach grit to boys cause I've never had that experience before. I do have one brother.  Susan Stone: But you do have two brothers. Charlotte Wasserman: Well, I do. I was just gonna think about that . However, I don't really talk to them about these top. Charlotte Wasserman: Well, I mean I guess like if I ever had an event or was working on something that's a girl's life, obviously they knew about it, but I never like saw the impact of what that could be because I never focused on a group of got boys before. Fair.  Susan Stone: No, that's fair. And you went to an all girls school? Yes. Charlotte Wasserman: Growing up. Had much experiences. Like until, and I still haven't because even at college it's not like I talked to, I don't really there's obviously it's like a co-ed school, but I'm not, I haven't done like an event with boys ever, so I don't really know the difference. I would just say I've always focused on girls because I am a girl and that was an experience that I knew is. Charlotte Wasserman: Some things that girls do are unique to girls course. So that's why of course I kind of chose to focus in that area Kristina Supler: well and it's work you enjoy doing, so that Right. That makes sense.  Charlotte Wasserman: Yes.  Susan Stone: I'm gonna ask a tough question. Okay. Life is not fair and I thought it was. Yeah, well, equitable at all times. Susan Stone: Equitable. At all. At times. And how do you impart grit when some people's problems are just different in scale with what other people have to deal with. I mean, certainly people dealing with broken homes or disease or illness is different than people dealing with. My boyfriend just broke up with me. Susan Stone: Right. I'm  Kristina Supler: Or, or what we sometimes refer to as mean girl behavior or mean  Susan Stone: girl behavior. Yeah. We deal with a lot of parents calling us, saying, my child's bullied and I have to break it to them that bullying is a technical word and. , you can't make people invite you, your child to the birthday party. That is not a reason to call a lawyer. Susan Stone: It's sad, it's painful. Mm-hmm. , but it's not necessarily now total exclusion. Can be bullying, right? Mm-hmm. , it depends to degrees, but what we're seeing is we've seen some really, really, really bad bullying cases where kids have been assaulted and yeah, psychologically devastated, but that is just a difference from someone not. Susan Stone: liking you  Kristina Supler: and Well, and I think parents sometimes have a, a, they recoil a little when they hear us say, oh,  Susan Stone: we're always given bad news, and unpopular news.  Kristina Supler: Well, and, we're not minimizing the impact of, the quote unquote mean girl behavior. But it's just the reality is that not. All obstacles or difficulties are of similar magnitude or import on an individual's life. Kristina Supler: So,  Susan Stone: so I don't know, have you had experience with someone coming to you crying saying, God forbid I have, you know, I, my mom's got, God forbid, cancer, or my father or I don't have enough money, and it just seems like you can't compare problems, but I just wanted to know what your reflection is. scalability of issues in life. Charlotte Wasserman: Right. I think it's definitely interesting cuz I've always thought about how like, it's amazing that like grit can be. Applied to like such different problems and yet, it could still teach people about what to do when they're experiencing those things. So I always thought that's great that there's a, there's like a need for it because you can teach it to people who are going through like very, very different situations such that you talk about that are maybe life threatening and, but you can also teach it to people who are dealing with Problems that are like, you know, the mean girl thing, sort, sort of situation. Charlotte Wasserman: So I always thought that was very interesting how like, one topic could be taught, like people were experiencing very different things. But I remember like a speaker we had at one of our events, we would always have a, an example person who would share their story. And one year it was a speaker who was talking about how she lost her mom when she was really young and how it. Impacted her in a way that made her start something where she could ha have people share their own stories. Not only as like a way to heal, but also to bring attention to what different things people are dealing with and how to talk about hard feelings that are difficult in life because those are really difficult situations. Charlotte Wasserman: And so it's called Never ever Give Up, and it was like a letter writing. Project where people could submit their own stories about what they were dealing with. And she shared those stories. And then we had all of the attendees write their own stories. And so it was really interesting because you're right, people have different types of problems and some of them are. Charlotte Wasserman: do are more urgent than others, I would say. But that doesn't, I've also found that that doesn't mean that and I don't think you're saying this invalidate like different people's problems because they're both problems. It's just different about what their problems kind of entail and how big that's gonna impact them. Charlotte Wasserman: But grit can be taught to both situations.  Susan Stone: That was really. Well said. Well said. Said that you have a tool that works for any type of problem. Wow. I.  Susan Stone: Yeah.  Kristina Supler: Whoa. So Charlotte, you have your own podcast called It's A Girl's Life. What type of topics do you cover? Who are your guests? You plug your  Susan Stone: podcast, Charlotte. Charlotte Wasserman: Oh yeah. Okay. So it's called, it's a Girl's Life. And it's a lot of empowering and inspirational interviews for young women. So we've talked to a lot of not only like female entrepreneurs, because those stories always have a lot of grit I found in the beginning of their stories and throughout. Charlotte Wasserman: But also I've talked to like young women who are like teenagers that are, some of them have been entrepreneurs, some of them have not been. And then also like what I started to get more interested in was different things that young women could be dealing with and inviting on guests to unpack those situations and help them, provide them advice and what to do when you're dealing with those situations. Charlotte Wasserman: So I had an interview yesterday that was really fun, that I really liked, and she was actually a food nutritionist and we talked a lot about how to deal not only with moving away to college and not having like, , everything that like you would have in your home, like kitchen and everything. Charlotte Wasserman: But also like the mindset of food and that can be really get really toxic for girls. So it's just like a very Yeah. How to be healthy. Yeah. Right. Yeah. And something that I think everyone has kind of dealt with, so I thought that was really interesting to hear her opinion about it, but it's just kind of like empowering and educating girls about not only grit but also different specific topics that can help them when they're growing. Susan Stone: I wanna shift focus a little bit. We talk about using grit to develop our own resilience and then getting a team, but I wanna get your insight on what it takes to be a supportive team member. Mm-hmm. , a supportive mentor, or a supportive friend. And I'm gonna share a story about your own mother. Oh, tell us about, yeah, I, I've got a. Susan Stone: Grit, giving gift from your mom. So I was going through a really, really, really dark period and I mean dark. It was bad. And I was on the phone with Halle and I was driving, driving a court that day, and I just was telling her how low I felt and how dark it felt for me, and I just felt like it was never gonna end. Susan Stone: I'm like getting teary talking about this and Hailey, pause. And said, don't you wanna know how your story ends? I'm really curious. I know this is gonna be an awesome story. Kristina Supler: That's a great question.  Susan Stone: Oh my gosh. It was like the best enough of a sudden. I'm like, that's so smart. Yeah. Yeah. It was so smart because it made me think a, she believed in me. Susan Stone: Mm-hmm. . And it made me believe in me because I was like, yeah, I can do this. So I think we all need someone in our life, but can you give a couple tips out there for women, mothers, students on what it takes to be a good team member? . Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah, I think that's something I've definitely been working on like developing over the past few years. Charlotte Wasserman: Cuz I realized like I wanted to find my own kind of group of people, but that also comes with you are becoming part of someone else's group of people as well. And especially with college has, that's been so fun to realize that. I'll find, I'll like make friends and then not only will I go to them for advice, but I see them coming to advice to me, which is really fun and, and like interesting to see. Charlotte Wasserman: But I think some really good things to focus on is like that I'm also always working on is listening. You have to be like a good listener. So important, hear what they're dealing with and, and not always just come like super quick to respond because sometimes like people just need to kind. Talk about what's happening and get it off their chest. Charlotte Wasserman: And then I think that you need to, I feel like it's really important to like maybe share sometimes. Something you're dealing with that can maybe be on like a similar level sometimes because that can help them see like, oh, if she got through this, maybe a similar situation. Or it could be something of different if you haven't gone through the same things, which won't always happen. Charlotte Wasserman: Maybe that could help them kind of see like there is an end like what I might be dealing with. But then also, Sometimes you just don't know what to say, which is also really hard. And so that's when you just like should be honest with them and be like, I've never had to deal with this myself. Charlotte Wasserman: I don't even know, is, this is like a hard thing for me to grasp poo. And I think honesty is always everyone can understand honesty. And it's good to be honest with the people who you care about cuz it like shows that like, not even, go for like telling them the wrong thing. Charlotte Wasserman: You just wanna tell them like, I'm here for you and like you come and talk to me about this. And like, make sure that they know, like you're here to support them as well, I guess.  Susan Stone: I think that's a great curriculum. Mm-hmm. , I think you should really write that down, what you said, and I'm picking up what you're throwing down. Susan Stone: It's great.  Kristina Supler: Charlotte, based on your experiences and then your guests on your podcast and, and the work you're doing with your organization, what is the biggest challenge impacting young women today in your opinion? Charlotte Wasserman: I think one of the biggest challenges is like, overall confidence for girls. I think we, we see that a lot. Charlotte Wasserman: Which is why sometimes girls are really hesitant to not only like start their own thing, but they think that like they just can't do it and they can't get through it. And I think that. It gets true for all ages. Oh my God. outta the mouth. God. Yeah, you're spot on. Yep. Problem that like, I mean, everybody of course has, but I just see a lot in like girls, they just think there's no, yeah. Charlotte Wasserman: And I also think like another thing is they don't think they're like worth being able to get better too, which I think is like really sad because like everyone's worth improve themselves. and then they just don't do anything and they like won't like, try to improve their situation. Charlotte Wasserman: So I think that's definitely a big problem. Susan Stone: what are your dreams for this organization? Is this something that you wanna continue with? Or after you graduate from college, do you think you're gonna pass the baton?  Charlotte Wasserman: Hmm. I think like I've been like, constantly asking myself that as well. Once I went to college, I knew like I wanted to give myself the time to evolve myself and like figure everything out there. Charlotte Wasserman: But now that I've settled more into the college experience I found that like it's definitely impacting girls and girls who are younger than me too has always been a part of me. So I don't ever really see that ever going away because. . Just certain moments in my own experiences where I've seen like the impact we've done has been really inspirational. Charlotte Wasserman: But I think that, I think probably the way that we do what we do will continue to change over time and maybe our mission will change slightly too, but I'm not really sure. And I think that there's definitely still a need for this content to be taught. I just don't know exactly what it will turn. Charlotte Wasserman: Who's we?  Susan Stone: Who do you work with?  Charlotte Wasserman: Oh, well I do, I work with the organization still in California. They're just kind of like the person that I worked with there. Sarah Anderson. She left the organization and started her own coaching business for girls, but we worked together on the events for the past four years, and I would work with her on it, but I also think what, and then we also did some podcast episodes together too, but I. Charlotte Wasserman: something that I always wanted to do was grow the kind of like it's a girls life team and involve some other girls that are around my age to work with them on it because I've always kind of done a lot of the work by myself and I think it's fun to involve other people and help them, like make an impact on girls too. Charlotte Wasserman: So I would love to work on it with someone else as well, but I have to find that person.  Kristina Supler: What do you see as next for the organization?  Charlotte Wasserman: Well, I really want to, since I go to school in Dallas, Texas and it's a really close-knit community I've found so far, especially with the university that I go to. Charlotte Wasserman: I really would love to do an event with Dallas girls in the schools in the area, cuz there's a lot of schools that are right near my college. And then maybe something with college girls. I just don't know what that.  Susan Stone: Kristine and I work with a lot of Greek organizations. Yeah. And  Charlotte Wasserman: That could be cool  Susan Stone: too. Susan Stone: that could be really cool question. Mm-hmm. , do you think sororities are good for building the resilience for girls or do you think the whole rush process where we basically girls go and select on. Criteria that's not always based on depth. Do you think Substitute. Thank you. I was open for the word super blur. Susan Stone: Uh, I mean, do you think sororities take away from resilience, build resilience, or good, bad, or. Neutral.  Kristina Supler: Hmm. Interesting question I had to ask. I'm very curious to hear what your thoughts are, Charlotte. Yeah, this is  Susan Stone: real talk. This is real Talk with Susan and Kristina. You gotta get real  Charlotte Wasserman: with you. Right. I think it's interesting cuz I'm actually gonna go through that process in January myself which I'm really excited about. Charlotte Wasserman: Ooh, you'll have to  Susan Stone: report back. Yeah. We're gonna have you back to talk about do sororities foster resilience.  Charlotte Wasserman: Yeah, it's definitely interesting cause. . There's so much I've been hearing about it for the past few months, but also like so much is still like unknown about the experience. Cause I haven't done it yet. Charlotte Wasserman: But I think it depends on the individual and like what they want out of the process. Because obviously there's some cases where people are going to join a sorority for maybe like the quote unquote wrong reasons. Sometimes It depends what they want out of it. And like for me personally, like I really wanna find like a group of people who have similar like values as me, I guess. Charlotte Wasserman: Like they wanna make an impact with the people that they like surround themselves with, but also like wanna find a group of people that are like supportive. So like knowing that I think is probably setting me apart from other people or just, maybe doing it to. For social stuff, which is obviously another reason why I wanna join sorority, but not the only reason. Charlotte Wasserman: And. It also depend, I don't know, they kept talking to us about we would have these p and m like potential new member meetings before Rush actually started, and they would tell us about like how they viewed it as like a values based system. So how you should be finding the houses that align with similar values as you. Charlotte Wasserman: Probably not. A lot of people think about it as much as I have, but like I always thought about like how that means. Oh, I should be clear than on what I want and why I want it. And hopefully that will work out in the end too.  Susan Stone: Oh, we have to have you come back. Such an interesting  Kristina Supler: gossip. You are such an impressive young woman. Kristina Supler: Oh my gosh. Such a treat speaking with you today, and I really encourage our listeners to check out it's a girl's life and check out the podcast, the organization, everything you have to offer. This has really been a lot of fun.  Susan Stone: and I hope this organization goes viral on every campus. There should be, and it's a girls' life organization everywhere and in every high school, and much success. Susan Stone: I know I am beaming with pride.  Charlotte Wasserman: Thanks for joining so much.

Do I have ADHD? | systems, strategies, tips, and hacks that actually work for ADHD adults + kids
58: do I have ADHD? Adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms, DSM-5 criteria for adhd

Do I have ADHD? | systems, strategies, tips, and hacks that actually work for ADHD adults + kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 7:18


Today we're talking about the symptoms of adhd in women and men by looking at the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria. Here's the link if you want to follow along: https://www.qandadhd.com/diagnostic-criteria If you want support in making life work WITH your unique brain or in learning how to support your child, let's get connected.

Dental Business RX
Ep. 70: How Good is Your Receptionist? 10 Criteria for Grading Their Performance

Dental Business RX

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 49:51


The receptionist is an incredibly important part of your dental office. Their skill at answering the phone will determine how many patients schedule and come into the office—and therefore have a big affect on practice production and growth. But how do you evaluate their performance and determine where you can make improvements? Special guest Jeff Santone joins us this week to give his 10-point criteria for grading the receptionist's performance.   4:10 – The things the receptionist needs to say every time they answer the phone 8:38 – Are you missing phone calls? 12:07 – Shoppers 17:34 – 3 pieces of info the receptionist needs to collect on every phone call 24:21 – Answering patients' questions and showing that you care 36:22 – Are they making difficult to become a new patient? 45:19 – Did they pass or fail the phone call?   10-Point Call Grading Sheet - https://www.mgeonline.com/call-grading-sheet/ New Patient Call Log - https://www.mgeonline.com/np-call-log New Patient Intake Form - https://www.mgeonline.com/np-intake-form Mystery Call - https://www.mgeonline.com/your-mystery-call The MGE New Patient Workshop - https://www.newpatients.net

Starting Strength Radio
Career Advice for Prospective Coaches | Starting Strength Gyms Podcast #42

Starting Strength Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 58:35


Ray Gillenwater and Head of Recruiting Inna Koppel discuss important career advice for becoming a coach and some current openings at Starting Strength Gyms across the United States. 05:07 - Growing slowly 06:33 - Who the apprenticeship program is for 11:15 - Coaching as a career 23:47 - College learning 33:07 - Career advice 36:43 - Coach's salary 39:35 - Target audience 48:22 - Looking for mentors 51:40 - Criteria for a great place to work 56:34 - Coaches can become gym owners

Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators
Shorts | Daniel Allan & Reo Cragun: Biggest Challenges While Creating 'Criteria'

Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 2:39


Web3-native music artists Reo Cragun and Daniel Allan joined Season 6 and shared some of the biggest challenges they faced while creating their new project 'Criteria'Full EpisodeSeason 6 Episode 30About Mint ShortsEnjoy the best moments from the podcast in bite-size segments.---------------------------------------------------------------------------Sign up for Adam Levy's newsletterhttps://levychain.substack.com---------------------------------------------------------------------------Follow Adam Levy on social media:Twitter:https://twitter.com/levychainInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/levychainLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/levy-adamWebsite:https://adamlevy.io

Matt Waldman's RSP Cast
Kyler Murray, Justin Fields-Bryce Young, Tyjae Spears, and RB Eval Criteria: Matt Waldman’s RSP Scout Talk with Russ Lande

Matt Waldman's RSP Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023


Montreal Alouettes' head of U.S. scouting Russ Lande and the RSP's Matt Waldman discusses the Cardinals' changes on Kyler Murray's development challenges, the Justin Fields-Bryce Young offseason conundrum, our criteria for scouting RBs, and Tulane RB Tyjae Spears. Topics This week: The backdrop for Kliff Kingsbury's firing and what's ahead for Arizona. The work ahead for Kyler Murray and what's missed about evaluating success for NFL quarterbacks. Why the Bears could be legitimately considering drafting a first-round QB. Why the Bears might not be legitimately considering a first-round QB but what us to think so? Where we stand on Justin Fields. Thoughts on Bryce Young. Our criteria and red flags for scouting running backs. What people misunderstand about "tackling" when charting RB performance. The skills of Tyjae Spears and how they fit into some of these criteria as examples. And of course, if you want to know about the rookies from this draft class, you will find the most in-depth analysis of offensive skill players available (QB, RB, WR, and TE), with the 2023 Rookie Scouting Portfolio for $21.95. Matt's new RSP Dynasty Rankings and Two-Year Projections Package is available for $24.95 If you're a fantasy owner and interested in purchasing past publications for $9.95 each, the 2012-2022 RSPs also have a Post-Draft Add-on that's included at no additional charge.   If you're a fantasy owner and interested in purchasing past publications for $9.95 each, the 2012-2022 RSPs also have a Post-Draft Add-on that's included at no additional charge.   Best yet, proceeds from sales are set aside for a year-end donation to Darkness to Light to combat the sexual abuse of children. 

Learn Jazz Standards Podcast
Becoming a Jazz Expert With Your Tune of Destiny

Learn Jazz Standards Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 25:51 Very Popular


Hey, listen, there are a lot of jazz standards out there and it can be pretty overwhelming which ones to learn, how often should you learn a new one?But if we can take all that pressure away and instead you are only responsible for becoming an expert in just one jazz standard? What would that look like? How would that work and how would that actually help you become a much better jazz player at all the other jazz standards out there as well?So, I'm going to dive into that today. We're going to be talking about discovering your tune of destiny and how to utilize this strategy.In this episode: 1. The concept of the "Tune of Destiny" by Justin Nielsen2. The 3-Track System for Skyrocketing Your Jazz Playing3. Criteria for picking a song of your destiny      a) one that you really enjoy playing      b) it contains a lot of common chord progressions in most jazz standards      c) level of difficulty 4. How learning your song of destiny contributes to your progress at learning the     other jazz standards and vice-versa. 5. Call to action Important Links:Free Guide to learning standards by ear: Learn Jazz Standards the Smart WayLJS Inner Circle MembershipListen to the Learn Jazz Standards PodcastGet 50% off your first month of Learn Jazz Standards Inner Circle membership: CLICK HERE

Criteria: The Catholic Film Podcast
Theology of the body shop - Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Criteria: The Catholic Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 81:08


Animation director Timothy Reckart (The Star) joins Criteria to discuss his theory that the greatest action movie of recent years, Mad Max: Fury Road, is best viewed in light of Pope St. John Paul II's theology of the body. Themes of the discussion include: The film's depiction of a society based on use of persons as objects How the story reverses the very mechanisms of that use and domination and transforms them into means of self-giving love Storytelling through action rather than dialogue How this apparently feminist film complicates an ideological reading Complementarity rather than enmity between the sexes Note: This discussion contains adult themes. Music is The Duskwhales, “Take It Back”, used with permission. https://theduskwhales.bandcamp.com This podcast is a production of CatholicCulture.org. If you like the show, please consider supporting us! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio  

Behavior Analysis in Practice- The Podcast
S4E7: The Effects of Mastery Criteria on Maintenance: A Replication of Least-to-Most Prompting with Emily Longino and Sarah Richling

Behavior Analysis in Practice- The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 70:34


Emily Longino and Sarah Richling join us to talk about their paper, The Effects of Mastery Criteria on Maintenance: A Replication of Least-to-Most Prompting   Show Notes   Remember to join us on Facebook to suggest articles to review and questions for authors. https://www.facebook.com/BApractice Acknowledgments Host and Executive Producer: Cody Morris, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA https://salve.edu/users/dr-cody-morris Assistant Producers Elizabeth Narvaez Jesse Perrin Organizational Support ABAI https://www.abainternational.org/welcome.aspx Behavior Analysis in Practice Editor, Stephanie Peterson, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBA https://www.abainternational.org/journals/bap.aspx Music Cruising Altitude by Jim Carr and his band New Latitude http://www.newlatitudemusic.com Link to Article https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40617-021-00562-y References   Fienup, D.M., & Carr, J.E. (2021). The use of performance criteria for determining “mastery” in discrete‐trial instruction: A call for research. Behavioral Interventions. https://doi.org/10.1002/bin.1827 Fuller, J. L., & Fienup, D. M. (2017). A preliminary analysis of mastery criterion level: Effects on response maintenance. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 11(1), 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-017-0201-0 Hamrick, S. A., Richling, S. M., Davis, W. T., Rapp, J. T., Longino, E. B., Kimber, P., Brogan, K. M., & Law, S. M. (2020). Fluency and the maintenance of skills related to sex laws for individuals adjudicated for illegal sexual behavior. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 14(1), 110–119. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-020-00496-x Longino, E., Richling, S.M., McDougale, C.B., & Palmier, J. M. (2022). The effects of mastery criteria on maintenance: A replication with most-to-least prompting. Behavior Analysis in Practice 15, 397–405 https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-021-00562-y McDougale, C. B., Richling, S. M., Longino, E. B., & O'Rourke, S. A. (2019). Mastery criteria and maintenance: A descriptive analysis of applied research procedures. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 13(2), 402–410. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40617-019-00365-2 Richling, S. M., Williams, W. L., & Carr, J. E. (2019). The effects of different mastery criteria on the skill maintenance of children with developmental disabilities. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 52(3), 701–717. https://doi.org/10.1002/jaba.580 Schneider, A., Fienup, D. M., Gussin, R., & Moss, P. (2021). A preliminary comparison of mastery criterion frequency values: Effects on acquisition and maintenance. Behavioral Interventions, 37(2), 306-322. https://doi.org/10.1002/bin.1834 Wong, K. K., Bajwa, T., & Fienup, D. M. (2022). The application of mastery criterion to individual operants and the effects on acquisition and maintenance of responses. Journal of Behavioral Education, 31(3), 461–483. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10864-020-09420-3 Wong, K. K., & Fienup, D. M. (2022). Units of analysis in acquisition-performance criteria for "mastery": A systematic replication. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 55(3), 971–985. https://doi.org/10.1002/jaba.915 Wong, K., Fienup, D., Richling, S., Keen, A., & MacKay, K. (2022). Systematic review of acquisition mastery criteria and statistical analysis of associations with response maintenance and generalization. Behavioral Interventions.https://doi.org/10.1002/bin.1885

#ELOsoFumarTakes
#ELOSOFUMARTAKES - 236th Take - 2022 Top Ten Cigars with George Brightman

#ELOsoFumarTakes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 190:12


This week, #ELOsoFumarTakes counts it down! That's right, our Top 10 Cigars of 2022 will be brought to you in countdown fashion. This year, I wanted to bring something special (you all know I like the twist). So, here it is - I've enlisted some help this year with my Top 10, so that's why for our #236thTake and our 2022 Top Ten Countdown the incomparable George Brightman will join us to give his own blind assessment on my Top 10!!! It'll be one to remember, Enjoy!   Criteria: 1) It's vitola based. 2) I had to have smoked the cigar for the first time in the last year and a half.* 3) It must not suck. 4)No limited edition cigars (i.e. TAA, shop exclusive) are eligible. 5) A previous number 1 cigar winner (blend-specific, i.e. 2017 Winner Espinosa Habano) cannot be on this year's Top 10 or repeat as winner.* 6) A company cannot have more than 1 cigar on the Top 10, however, may be considered for honorable mention.* 7)THE BIG ONE: frequency of smoke. Basically, I had to have the means AND opportunity AND did, in fact, smoke the cigar frequently.   Top 10 Cigars of 2021 (reference from last year): 1) Dissident Rave  2) Diesel Esteli Puro toro 3) Adventura The Queen's Pearls robusto 4) Rocky Patel Edicion Unico 2011 toro 5) Alec Bradley Kintsugi Robusto 6) E.P. Carrillo Pledge Prequel 7) Pichardo Clasico Sumatra 8)  Montecristo 1935 Anniversary Nicaragua Churchill  9) RoMa Craft Baka Ota Benga 10) Micallef A Churchill   2022 Top Honorable Mentions: 1. BLK WKS Studios Intergalatic Corona Larga 2. Alec Bradley Fine and Rare BC 1(13)4EV 3. Tatuaje Cohete Capa Especial 2022 4. Espinosa 10th 5. Powstanie SBC 20   Top 10 Cigars of 2022 (this year): 1) Espinosa Crema Box Press Toro 2) Artista Cigars Buffalo Ten Connecticut 3) St. Luis Rey Carenas Toro 4) Howard G Magic Stick Cameroon Toro 5) CAVALIER GENÈVE BII Japala Viso Robusto Gordo 6) Crux Bull & Bear Double Corona 7) Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust Brulee Blue 8) Rocky Patel Disciple Robusto 9) The Arrival Robusto 10) Luciano Cigars (ACE Prime) The Seargeant   https://www.history.com/news/george-washington-little-known-facts      

Ear Hustlin' 404: The Podcast
Episode 144| Throatalopolis!

Ear Hustlin' 404: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 116:57


Don Draper & Bigg Doom Start a recap of their Holiday, What Destinations Bigg Could Visit if He Saved $ on "Gas", and Criteria for Sending Folks Down The Road $. Next, Hood Trivia, Demar Hamlin Incident (Happened As We Are Recording), Exposing Rats, Giving Parents Grace, and Do Rappers Sell Their Soul. Lastly, Can Abusers Check Another Abuser, Being Friends with Your Siblings Cheating Ass Spouse More! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/earhustlin404/support

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
Why You Should Change Your Strategy Rather Than Your Criteria When Dog Training #188

Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 17:28 Very Popular


Visit us at shapedbydog.com    As a professional dog trainer, I regularly see a lot of people working with their dogs. A common error people make when things don't go well is changing criteria in the middle of training to help their dogs be successful. At first glance, this might make sense, but today we're talking about why it's a huge mistake, where it could lead you, and what you can do instead.   In the episode you'll hear:   • Why criteria will help your dog and reduce frustration. • The reason changing your strategy is better than changing the goal. • How consistently reinforcing the behavior you want creates clarity. • Why to remember that ‘sometimes' is ‘anytime' for dogs. • How to create calm confidence and set training up for your dog's success. • About splitting things down to grow correct behaviors without changing criteria. • Examples of changing strategy with weaving and targeting in agility and trick training backing up.   Resources:   1. Podcast Episode 155: 10 Ways To Teach A Sit WITHOUT A Food Lure! Unreal Results For Puppies And Dogs Of All Ages - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/155/ 2. Podcast Episode 172: How To Teach Your Dog Anything With My Training Plan - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/172/ 3. Podcast Episode 114: Dog Agility Training: 3 Big Mistakes All Dog Owners Should Avoid - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/114/ 4. Podcast Episode 141: Average Or Better Dog Training Question: What Did You Just Reward? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/141/ 5. Podcast Episode 27: Do Dogs Need Rules? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/27/ 6. YouTube Playlist: Loose Leash Walking with Susan Garrett - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy1mGMfdVKXq_hiJ27Ej1shW 7. Crate Games Online - https://get.crategames.com/ 8. Podcast Episode 110: Is Your Over-Aroused Dog Just Over-Faced In Training? - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/110/ 9. Podcast Episode 139: Remove Confusion And Build Your Dog's Confidence With One Simple Dog Training Habit - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/139/ 10. YouTube Playlist: Target Training for Dogs with Susan Garrett - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLphRRSxcMHy3ylCyQ2bJQSCwo_ERiVHj3 11. Podcast Episode 87: Canine Fitness: Why ALL Dogs Need It And 3 Easy Exercises To Start - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/87/ 12. Podcast Episode 32: 20 Easy Ways to Exercise Your Dog at Home (Includes Back Up) - https://dogsthat.com/podcast/32/ 13. Watch this Episode of Shaped by Dog on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbpocBiKbfM

Zen and the Art of Real Estate Investing
025: How to Find and Attract the Ideal Mid-Term Rental Clients with Zeona McIntyre

Zen and the Art of Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 38:47


One of the most important traits for investors is the ability to pivot. As a real estate investor, you need to have multiple exit strategies or opportunities so you're always ready in case life happens. That's exactly what Zeona McIntyre had done when she saw that her short-term rentals (STRs) were not doing well during the pandemic and discovered a better market with medium-term or mid-term rentals (MTRs). On today's conversation, Jonathan speaks with Zeona all about the value of mid-term rentals, the ideal markets, and some things to consider before you decide to jump in like she did. MTR is new and so there's a lot of growth available. Zeona McIntyre has been investing in real estate since 2012. She is the co-host of the Invest2FI podcast with Craig Curelop. Owning over 12 properties, Zeona is a licensed real estate agent in Colorado and she is the co-author of the new BiggerPockets book, 30-Day Stay, about mid-term rentals. In this episode, you will hear: The benefits of mid-term rentals Why you can consider arbitrage as your real estate training wheels Starting with a one-bedroom condo How to negotiate terms for arbitrage Criteria for MTR tenants The three tiers of finding your MTR market The importance of having an open mind as a real estate investor Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to our podcast? We'd love for you to subscribe if you haven't yet. We'd love it even more if you could drop a review or 5-star rating over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps spread the word about the podcast. Supporting Resources: Website - https://www.zeonamcintyre.com/  YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChQViQdjrSdFaoZnchKHEMw  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/zeona.mcintyre  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/zeonamcintyre/  LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/zeona-mcintyre/  Real Estate Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ZeonaMcIntyreRealEstate/  Calendly - https://calendly.com/Zeona  Book: 30-Day Stay - https://store.biggerpockets.com/products/30-day-stay  Airbnb Investing FB Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/airbnbinvesting Zen and the Art of Real Estate Investing Resources Website - www.streamlined.properties  YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/JonathanGreeneRE/videos  Instagram - www.instagram.com/trustgreene  Instagram - www.instagram.com/streamlinedproperties  TikTok - www.tiktok.com/@trustgreene  Zillow - www.zillow.com/profile/Streamlined%20Prop%20eXp  Bigger Pockets - www.biggerpockets.com/users/TrustGreene  Facebook - www.facebook.com/streamlinedproperties/  Email - info@streamlined.properties Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com Let them know we sent you.

the HIP talks
Family: The Adoption Process in Hong Kong

the HIP talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 27:47


Frances Tsang and Raphael Wong discuss key elements related to adoption: criteria and procedures for adopting, the difference between doing an adoption privately or through the Social Welfare Department, getting consent following a court application, and the effects of adoption. They also highlight cases and first-hand experience in recent years. Show Notes01:03 Different types of adoption 02:05 Statistics 03:08 Criteria 05:16 Consent and restrictions 16:27 Adoption by same-sex couples 17:51 The role of the Social Welfare Department 23:25 Overseas relocation Learn more: https://www.hugillandip.com/2023/01/podcast-s4e4-family-the-adoption-process-in-hong-kong/

Oncotarget
Serum microRNAs as New Criteria for Referral to Early Palliative Care Services

Oncotarget

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 3:47


A new research paper was published in Oncotarget's Volume 13 on December 17, 2022, entitled, “Serum microRNAs as new criteria for referral to early palliative care services in treatment-naïve advanced cancer patients.” A major obstacle to the implementation of early palliative care (EPC) is the lack of objective criteria for referral to EPC. Circulating microRNAs (miRNAs) have been recognized as promising biomarkers. In the current study, researchers Tomofumi Miura, Shuichi Mitsunaga, Juntaro Matsuzaki, Satoko Takizawa, Ken Kato, Atsushi Ochiai, and Takahiro Ochiya from National Cancer Center Research Institute, National Cancer Center Hospital, Keio University, Toray Industries, Inc., and Tokyo Medical University investigated objective definitions for referral to EPC using microRNA. A total of 178 serum samples were obtained from patients with lung, gastrointestinal, colorectal, bile duct, pancreas, and bladder cancers who were treatment-naïve and received chemotherapy between January 2011 and December 2013 at National Cancer Center Hospital East. “The aim of the present study was to develop predictive models using serum miRNAs for patients who [were] admitted to a PCU [palliative care unit] ≤6 months after starting anti-tumor treatment.” The team investigated expression levels of miRNAs using microarrays. The primary outcome was prediction of admission to a palliative care unit ≤6 months after first visit. Diagnostic models using clinical characteristics, miRNAs and combinations of both were constructed. The miRNA models were constructed using 6 miRNA levels. The best areas under the receiver operating characteristic curve (AUCs) of the clinical model was 0.741, while the average AUCs of miRNA-based models and combination models were 0.769 and 0.806, respectively. Combination models showed higher AUCs than the clinical model (p < 0.023). The researchers assert that the present combination models might offer new objective definitions for referral to EPC and thus contribute to real-world implementation of EPC. “The present study developed a predictive model using miRNA for patients admitted to a PCU ≤6 months after starting anti-tumor treatment. The present models might offer objective criteria for oncologists to facilitate the referral of patients to the EPC.” DOI: https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.28327 Correspondence to: Shuichi Mitsunaga - smitsuna@east.ncc.go.jp Keywords: microRNA, early palliative care, integration, cancer, referral About Oncotarget: Oncotarget (a primarily oncology-focused, peer-reviewed, open access journal) aims to maximize research impact through insightful peer-review; eliminate borders between specialties by linking different fields of oncology, cancer research and biomedical sciences; and foster application of basic and clinical science. To learn more about Oncotarget, visit Oncotarget.com and connect with us on social media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/Oncotarget Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Oncotarget YouTube – www.youtube.com/c/OncotargetYouTube Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/oncotargetjrnl/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/oncotarget/ Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/oncotarget/ LabTube - https://www.labtube.tv/channel/MTY5OA SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/oncotarget For media inquiries, please contact: media@impactjournals.com.

The Shape of Work
#283: Malavika Sahoo on people strategy, the future of HR, and criteria for hiring from a good pool of candidates

The Shape of Work

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 17:51


In this episode of The Shape of Work, our guest talks about the function and uniqueness of her role as Director of People and how it is different from other HR roles."Aligning HR strategy with overall organizational strategy requires an understanding of business."We welcome Malavika Sahoo, Director of People at FalconX-  a digital asset trading platform that provides clients fast, secure and reliable execution using data science to eliminate slippage and hidden fees.Prior to working at FalconX, she had 8-plus years of experience in human resources at Myntra and Flipkart. She is a human resource professional with experience in driving large-scale change management, organizational design, and mergers & acquisitions.Episode Highlights:Exploring the Function and Uniqueness of the Director of People RoleDeveloping a People Strategy to Achieve Company ObjectivesThe future of the HR industryCriteria that are the most crucial when hiring from a pool of good candidatesFollow Malavika on LinkedinProduced by: Priya BhattPodcast Host: Riddhi AgarwalAbout Springworks:Springworks is a fully-distributed HR technology organisation building tools and products to simplify recruitment, onboarding, employee engagement, and retention. The product stack from Springworks includes:SpringVerify— B2B verification platformEngageWith— employee recognition and rewards platform that enriches company cultureTrivia — a suite of real-time, fun, and interactive games platforms for remote/hybrid team-buildingSpringRole — verified professional-profile platform backed by blockchain, andSpringRecruit — a forever-free applicant tracking system.Springworks prides itself on being an organisation focused on employee well-being and workplace culture, leading to a 4.8 rating on Glassdoor for the 200+ employee strength company.

Fuel for the Soul with John Giftah | Inspirational Christian Sermons
Year of the OVERFLOW | The Criteria to Live the Overflow Life | John Giftah | (TV Sermon Excerpt)

Fuel for the Soul with John Giftah | Inspirational Christian Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 6:27


Wishing you and your family a very blessed and an overflowing 2023! Be blessed by this short excerpt from Dr. John Giftah's TV sermon where he declares the Promise Word for the year 2023 - OVERFLOW and how you can tap into it in your life! You can buy my new bestselling book, UNVEIL YOUR PURPOSE (a #1 Newly Released Bestseller on Amazon) here: India: https://www.amazon.in/UNVEIL-YOUR-PURPOSE-John-Giftah/dp/B08K2CJKP2/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=john+giftah&qid=1611990618&sr=8-1 Global Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Unveil-Your-Purpose-Complete-Created-ebook/dp/B08L7XX9PJ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=john+giftah%27&qid=1611990705&sr=8-2 You can stay in touch with me through these platforms: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/johngiftah Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johngiftah Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sjohngiftah/ Website: https://www.johngiftah.com/ If you're blessed by this sermon, don't forget to share it with someone, and please do rate/ review the podcast so that it will help us reach more people with the message of hope. For supporting the ministry financially: PayPal: paypal.me/johngiftah Link to The Inspiration Hub Podcast: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/in/podcast/the-inspiration-hub/id1596599540 Link to Weekly Tamil Christian Messages Podcast (John Giftah) : Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/in/podcast/tamil-christian-messages-john-giftah/id1596445581 Check out the "Fuel for the Soul with John Giftah" podcast (Among the Top Christian Podcasts in India Ranking #1 / #2 on multiple podcast platforms and among the Top Podcasts in the world (2021)) : Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fuel-for-the-soul-with-john-giftah-inspirational/id1588234296 #JohnGiftah #JohnGiftahPodcast #Christian #Christianity #BibleStudy #Faith #Hope #InspirationalSermon #ChristianMotivation #ChristianInspiration #Motivation #Motivational #Inspirational #Bible #BibleStudy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/john-giftah/message

Sustaining Sport
What is motorsport's state of play regarding sustainability and inclusivity?

Sustaining Sport

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 59:47


To try to answer this complicated question we have Tristan Niesslein of Niesslein Sustainability Partners on the show. We discuss (1) the contradictions facing motorsport's efforts to reduce its environmental impact, (2) how it's time for ‘stick over carrot' on sustainability regulations, (3) questions about the source of sponsorship funds, and (4) the big issues regarding diversity and inclusivity. We perhaps raise more questions than provide conclusive answers, but it's essential to know where we are so we know where we need to go, and there is definitely some hope for this industry to improve.Please feel free to reach out to the show onWeb: sustainingsport.comInstagram: @sustainingsportLinkedin: /sustaining-sportFacebook: @sustainingsportTwitter: @SustainSportPodDonate to our patreon.com/sustainingsportor contact us at: benmole@sustainingsport.com

Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators
Shorts | Reo Cragun & Daniel Allan: Writing the Playbook for the Largest Music NFT Project 'Criteria'

Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 4:06


Web3-native music artists Reo Cragun and Daniel Allan joined Season 6 to explain the significance of their new project 'Criteria' which has served as their largest music NFT mint to date.Full EpisodeSeason 6 Episode 30About Mint ShortsEnjoy the best moments from the podcast in bite-size segments.---------------------------------------------------------------------------Sign up for Adam Levy's newsletterhttps://levychain.substack.com---------------------------------------------------------------------------Follow Adam Levy on social media:Twitter:https://twitter.com/levychainInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/levychainLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/levy-adamWebsite:https://adamlevy.io

TV BFFs
S2 Ep14: Dan & Brandy's Updated TV BFFs + S2 Criteria Draft

TV BFFs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 47:00


The time has come!  We're finally updating our personal Best, Favorite and Forever shows and must make some very tough choices along the way.  Insecure and 30 Rock are new to the list for Brandy while Dan brings in Stranger Things and must make his final decision between Better Call Saul and Breaking Bad.  But which shows will drop out to make room for the new picks?  Plus: our updated Almost Shows, and don't forget to stay tuned for our Season 2 Criteria Draft where we each choose a Mini-BFF from our incredible guest picks this season! What are YOUR Best, Favorite and Forever shows? Send us your own TV BFF Criteria @tvbffpodcast on Instagram or email: tvbffpodcast@gmail.com 

The Passive Income Attorney Podcast
EP 111 | Retiring Early and Living with Aloha Through Simple Passive Cashflow with Lane Kawaoka (Encore)

The Passive Income Attorney Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 44:28


On this encore episode of the Passive Income Attorney podcast, Seth is joined by passive investing expert Lane Kawaoka as they talk about how having multiple streams of income allows you to have the flexibility and freedom to live on your own terms. Lane is a seasoned real estate investor who controls over 4,800 units. Frustrated by the wealth-building dogma of corporate America, he walked away from his W-2 engineering job, designed a life for himself through real estate, and now mentors other high-paying professionals how to do the same. Enjoy the episode! “Success is a bunch of binary yes's and no's strung together in the right order.” HIGHLIGHTS: Here's a breakdown of what to expect in this episode: - Why commercial syndications and private equities are much more scalable than single-family investments - What Lane realized about his 401(k) that made him look into alternative investments and real estate  - How to transition from a high-paying W-2 job to become a full time investor - How to create multiple streams of income to give you the freedom and flexibility you desire - Criteria you should consider with regards to the market and the type of asset - Indicators that you must watch out for when deciding whether or not to invest - How to turn your emergency fund into an opportunity fund - How to know who to trust when investing your hard earned cash - And so much more! ABOUT | LANE KAWAOKA: Lane Kawaoka has been investing for over a decade and now controls 4,800+ units. As the owner of CrowdfundAloha.com, SimplePassiveCashflow.com, and ReiAloha.com, Lane is responsible for finding investment opportunities, analysis, and marketing. Lane obtained a BS in Industrial Engineering and an MS in Civil Engineering and Construction Management from the University of Washington. In addition to an analytical engineering background, Lane has real-world experience working as a project manager for over $250 million of capital construction projects in both the public and private sectors. Working as a high-paid professional in corporate America and frustrated by the traditional wealth-building dogma, Lane was compelled to inspire and mentor other working professionals via his Top-50 Investing podcast at SimplePassiveCashflow.com. FIND | LANE KAWAOKA: Crowdfund Aloha: https://crowdfundaloha.com/ Simple Passive Cashflow: https://simplepassivecashflow.com/ REI Aloha: https://reialoha.com/ Email: lane@simplepassivecashflow.com CONNECT | SETH BRADLEY: Get Started | Download The Freedom Blueprint: http://www.attorneybydesign.com Subscribe and Leave a Rating and Review: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-passive-income-attorney-podcast/id1543049208  Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5a0Qp9G2x337nZCDWoVgoO?si=MKn01_t8Tfu0JBZCnagrCw  Join EPIC | The Esquire Passive Investor Club: https://passiveincomeattorney.com/join-the-passive-income/ Join | The Passive Income Attorneys Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/passiveincomeattorneys Follow Us: Website:  https://passiveincomeattorney.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sethpaulbradley/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/passiveincomeattorney Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passiveincomeattorney/

Sales Funnel Radio
Build The Funnel, Then The Business…

Sales Funnel Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 18:41


I was taught to build a business plan and borrow money to build it. Hopefully, the business you planned on paper made money.  It's so much better and safer to do the exact opposite. Build a product and sell it. Then build the business. My point is that a sales funnel and a business are two completely different things. They are separate to build, and they accomplish different things. A sales funnel core function is to generate revenues, whereas a business is all about systems. One criterion for determining if you have a business is if you can step away from it for 3 months.  Would it still run? You don't have a business if you do all the fulfillment, replying to emails, and all the customer support by yourself. You just have a funnel that is making money.   Tune in to hear me out…. Key Takeaways - My full circle moment (00:47) - A funnel is not a company (04:57) - Do you have a business, or are you the business (09:27) - Criteria for gauging the health of a business (11:13) - How to build a business around a sales funnel (14:12) - Can you take a hiatus from your business? (15:30) Additional Resources  - Get your Capitalist Pig Swag Here  - Capitalist Pig Facebook Group  - Interview me on your show - Connect with me here  --- Download Season 1 episodes here -- Sales Funnels Radio is a podcast for all passionate digital marketing pros looking to up their game and stay ahead.  

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens
Daniel Schmachtenberger: "Bend Not Break Part 5: Criteria and Categories for Response" | The Great Simplification #50

The Great Simplification with Nate Hagens

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 140:44 Very Popular


Show Summary: On this 5th and final installment of the Bend Not Break series with Daniel Schmachtenberger, we unpack the framework and mindset needed to begin thinking about responses. This conversation touches on what it means to work on personal development in the light of a polycrisis, and how it is truly a never ending but necessary challenge. Finally, Daniel and Nate break down a 3x3 grid on time frame and category of responses.  Whilst this is the end of this series, there is, of course, much left to be unpacked. If there are any specific topics you want covered in a follow up Daniel/Nate conversation, we encourage you to leave your questions in the comments of the Youtube video, which can be found here -> https://youtu.be/Kep8Fi_rUUI    About Daniel Schmachtenberger: Daniel Schmachtenberger is a founding member of The Consilience Project, aimed at improving public sensemaking and dialogue.  The throughline of his interests has to do with ways of improving the health and development of individuals and society, with a virtuous relationship between the two as a goal. Towards these ends, he's had particular interest in the topics of catastrophic and existential risk, civilization and institutional decay and collapse as well as progress, collective action problems, social organization theories, and the relevant domains in philosophy and science. For Show Notes and More visit: https://www.thegreatsimplification.com/episode/50-daniel-schmachtenberger To watch this video episode on Youtube → https://youtu.be/Kep8Fi_rUUI 

Court Leader's Advantage
Hiring Court Employees: Can Selection Criteria Be Objective?

Court Leader's Advantage

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 35:29


December 20th Court Leader's Advantage Podcast Episode Courts have committed to the advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion particularly in recruiting and selecting court employees. This commitment however has not been without controversy. One criticism has been that personnel recruitment and selection should be entirely objective and merit based. An evaluation format often cited as an example is the NFL Combine. The Combine measures prospective professional football players by a number of objective skills: How fast and far can one run? How high can one jump? How much weight can one lift? How far and how accurately can one throw a football? How often can one catch a football and then run with it? How effectively can one block another player? In addition, there are physical attributes that can be objectively measured including height, weight, percentage of body fat, lung capacity, and previous injuries. This month we ask the questions can and should hiring criteria be objective? Are there measures that we can use to hire managers and supervisors that are devoid of personal or institutional bias? Today's Cohost Stacy Worby, State Jury Coordinator for the Alaska Court System Today's Panel · Zenell Brown, Executive Court Administrator for Michigan's Third Circuit Court in Detroit · T.J. BeMent, District Court Administrator for the 10th Judicial Administrative District in Athens Georgia · Elizabeth Rambo, Trial Court Administrator for the Lane County Circuit Court in Eugene, Oregon and · Stacey Fields, Court Administrator for the Municipal Court in Crestwood, Missouri

My Amazon Guy
Weekly PPC Q&A with Matthew Davis and Wajahat Noor

My Amazon Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 92:39


00:00 Weekly PPC Q&A with Matthew Davis and Wajahat Noor09:56 Introduction11:29 How to stay competitive in a lucrative time of the year13:47 Teaching the existing campaign what you want from it versus trying to start over fresh 17:22 Criteria for getting a good CTR24:19 SEO indexing and ranking, advertising targeting indexing and ranking being tied together27:03 Focusing more on the purchase KPI31:56 Taking a deep dive into the data 35:15 DSP adds huge value40:27 Negative it from the negative list 41:45 Cerebro vs search query performance43:27 Dynamic down is the most conservative bidding strategy47:04 Broad match campaigns are more useful51:55 Making little adjustments on bid and bulk upload it53:55 Look into the market before launching55:42 Whenever you are using the report, look at the big picture59:20 Making sure that your ads are driving relevant traffic1:03:27 Change your build strategy if not getting enough impressions1:05:31  Amazon decides what to get accepted while the other get rejected1:07:00 Sample structure of a PPC campaign1:11:59 The good use of strike zone thing1:13:56 Doing a performance oriented budget rule1:15:43 Look at the relevancy behaviors as like a web cloud1:19:00 Repeating keywords in the product title1:21:48 Using broad match modifiers to target keywords effectively1:23:43 Display ads can have different targeting behaviors1:26:43 If it's converting, you never pause it1:27:49 Exporting targeting reportsWrite your questions as a comment on this video. Join the channel today at https://www.youtube.com/myamazonguyRead nearly 100 testimonials about My Amazon Guy at https://myamazonguy.com/testimonials/Watch the most popular Amazon Tutorial playlists at https://myamazonguy.com/amazon-seller-fba-tutorials-guides-videos/Support the show

TV BFFs
S2 Ep13: Ellie Cano & Brawley Chisholm Are in Love with Their TV BFFs...and Each Other

TV BFFs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 54:15


It's our first ever TV BFFs couples episode! TV connoisseurs and lovebirds Ellie Cano (TV and Film Producer) and Brawley Chisholm (Actor, Model and Harlem Globetrotter) are sharing their love of TV, both individually and as a couple. From Black Mirror, Jane the Virgin and The Last Dance to Lovecraft Country, Martin, The Wire and more, these two watch just about everything! What will end up on their individual Best, Fave and Forever lists, and what will they choose together as their Couples' Criteria? What are YOUR Best, Favorite and Forever shows? Send us your own TV BFF Criteria @tvbffpodcast on Instagram or email: tvbffpodcast@gmail.com 

45 Graus
#135 [EN] Dale Martin - An historical look at the New Testament and early Christianity

45 Graus

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 82:41


Dale B. Martin is a New Testament scholar and historian of Christianity, currently Woolsey Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at Yale University. Professor Martin specializes in New Testament and Christian Origins, including attention to social and cultural history of the Greco-Roman world.  -> Apoie este projecto e faça parte da comunidade de mecenas do 45 Graus em: 45grauspodcast.com _______________ Index: (5:57) [Beginning of the conversation] How an historian studies the Bible and early Christianity (Historical criticism). | Gospel of Thomas. | Q source (21:36) How separate true from fiction in the gospels? Criteria: multiple attestation, dissimilarity (see also this book) Jesus saying in all four gospels that “a prophet has no honor in his own country” [e.g. Mark 3:33-35: «Who are my mother and my brothers?” he asked. Then he looked at those seated in a circle around him and said, “Here are my mother and my brothers! Whoever does God's will is my brother and sister and mother.»  How Christianity changed Jesus from being the «Son of Man» (Mark) to becoming «God the Son, the second Person in the Trinity | Council of Nicea |  A puzzling passage in the Bible - Mark 14:51: “A young man, wearing nothing but a linen garment, was following Jesus. When they seized him, he fled naked, leaving his garment behind.» (32:14) The historical Jesus. Was Jesus literate? Archeological findings in Nazareth. Miracles and the resurrection. | Science vs myth | Similarities between Asclepius and Christ. (49:24) What did really Jesus believe in? How Jesus was influenced by the Book of Isaiah. And Jeremiah. |  The puzzle of Jesus's speech in the Sermon on the Mount in Mathew 5 (1:05:25) The message of Paul the Apostle (St Paul). | The role of James (Jesus's brother). | The role of Mary. (1:12:43) How the Christian message on death evolved from the resurrection of the body to the resurrection of the soul.  Book recommendation: Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver _______________ O convidado deste episódio é Dale Martin, professor na Universidade de Yale, e tem uma especialidade académica tão incomum no nosso país que nem temos (que eu saiba) uma expressão corrente para ela. O convidado é aquilo a que em inglês se designa por “New Testament scholar” -- ou seja, um investigador que se decida ao estudo histórico do Novo Testamento e das origens do Cristianismo, combinando análises histórica, cultural e linguística.  Dale Martin tem uma longa carreira de investigador sobre o Novo Testamento, com vários livros publicados. E podem encontrar também no Youtube os vídeos de uma cadeira sua dada em Yale sobre precisamente a História do Novo Testamento e do Cristianismo. E foi precisamente com essa cadeira que esta conversa surgiu. As ditas aulas --  a leitura da Bíblia -- deixaram-me com muitas dúvidas que não tinha a quem perguntar, por isso decidi que estava na altura trazer Dale Martin ao 45 Graus.  Foi, como vão ver, uma conversa fascinante, em que falámos da Bíblia, da figura de Jesus e do Mundo antigo em que Jesus e os primeiros cristãos viveram. O convidado, além disso, tem uma perspectiva interessante, porque, embora seja um historiador de pleno direito, que fala dos textos cristãos com uma frieza implacável quando usa o chapéu de historiador, é também crente, o que é uma combinação invulgar neste meio dos estudos bíblicos, onde, normalmente, sobretudo nos Estados Unidos, há uma espécie de diálogo de surdos entre teólogos e historiadores agnósticos.  Nesta conversa -- porque o tempo não chega para tudo -- acabámos por abordar sobretudo a figura de Jesus, pelo que nos focámos mais nos quatro evangelhos -- ou cinco, porque também falámos do “Evangelho de Tomé”, um dos muitos evangelhos apócrifos (não incluídos na Bíblia) a que os historiadores também dão muita importância.  Comecei a nossa conversa por perguntar ao convidado como é que um historiador aborda o estudo da Bíblia e dos escritos religiosos. Isso levou-nos aos evangelhos, e que critérios os historiadores usam para tentar separar o que há neles de histórico do que é …criatividade literária ou religiosa. Falámos também, inevitavelmente, da figura de Jesus: do que podemos dizer sobre quem era, se sabia ler, o que pensava realmente, e o modo como o entendimento que o Cristianismo faz de Jesus foi galgando terreno nos primeiros séculos do Cristianismo, começando como o “filho da Humanidade”, em Marcos, e culminando no Deus-Filho, na Santíssima Trindade. No final, tivemos ainda tempo para falar um pouco do Apóstolo Paulo, de Tiago (irmão de Jesus -- pouco relevante nos evangelhos mas que se tornou uma figura relevante no início do Cristianismo) e, claro, de Maria, mãe de Jesus (em quem o contraste entre o papel que tem no Novo Testamento e o papel importantíssimo que veio a assumir no Cristianismo é ainda maior). Espero que gostem. Para mim, foi uma conversa muito interessante e destas que puxam pela cabeça -- embora, deva dizer, que talvez tenha saído com mais dúvidas ainda do que tinha antes.  _______________ Obrigado aos mecenas do podcast: Julie Piccini, Ana Raquel Guimarães Galaró family, José Luís Malaquias, Francisco Hermenegildo, Nuno Costa, Abílio Silva, Salvador Cunha, Bruno Heleno, António llms, Helena Monteiro, BFDC, Pedro Lima Ferreira, Miguel van Uden, João Ribeiro, Nuno e Ana, João Baltazar, Miguel Marques, Corto Lemos, Carlos Martins, Tiago Leite Tomás Costa, Rita Sá Marques, Geoffrey Marcelino, Luis, Maria Pimentel, Rui Amorim, RB, Pedro Frois Costa, Gabriel Sousa, Mário Lourenço, Filipe Bento Caires, Diogo Sampaio Viana, Tiago Taveira, Ricardo Leitão, Pedro B. Ribeiro, João Teixeira, Miguel Bastos, Isabel Moital, Arune Bhuralal, Isabel Oliveira, Ana Teresa Mota, Luís Costa, Francisco Fonseca, João Nelas, Tiago Queiroz, António Padilha, Rita Mateus, Daniel Correia, João Saro João Pereira Amorim, Sérgio Nunes, Telmo Gomes, André Morais, Antonio Loureiro, Beatriz Bagulho, Tiago Stock, Joaquim Manuel Jorge Borges, Gabriel Candal, Joaquim Ribeiro, Fábio Monteiro, João Barbosa, Tiago M Machado, Rita Sousa Pereira, Henrique Pedro, Cloé Leal de Magalhães, Francisco Moura, Rui Antunes7, Joel, Pedro L, João Diamantino, Nuno Lages, João Farinha, Henrique Vieira, André Abrantes, Hélder Moreira, José Losa, João Ferreira, Rui Vilao, Jorge Amorim, João Pereira, Goncalo Murteira Machado Monteiro, Luis Miguel da Silva Barbosa, Bruno Lamas, Carlos Silveira, Maria Francisca Couto, Alexandre Freitas, Afonso Martins, José Proença, Jose Pedroso, Telmo , Francisco Vasconcelos, Duarte , Luis Marques, Joana Margarida Alves Martins, Tiago Parente, Ana Moreira, António Queimadela, David Gil, Daniel Pais, Miguel Jacinto, Luís Santos, Bernardo Pimentel, Gonçalo de Paiva e Pona , Tiago Pedroso, Gonçalo Castro, Inês Inocêncio, Hugo Ramos, Pedro Bravo, António Mendes Silva, paulo matos, Luís Brandão, Tomás Saraiva, Ana Vitória Soares, Mestre88 , Nuno Malvar, Ana Rita Laureano, Manuel Botelho da Silva, Pedro Brito, Wedge, Bruno Amorim Inácio, Manuel Martins, Ana Sousa Amorim, Robertt, Miguel Palhas, Maria Oliveira, Cheila Bhuralal, Filipe Melo, Gil Batista Marinho, Cesar Correia, Salomé Afonso, Diogo Silva, Patrícia Esquível , Inês Patrão, Daniel Almeida, Paulo Ferreira, Macaco Quitado, Pedro Correia, Francisco Santos, Antonio Albuquerque, Renato Mendes, João Barbosa, Margarida Gonçalves, Andrea Grosso, João Pinho , João Crispim, Francisco Aguiar , João Diogo, João Diogo Silva, José Oliveira Pratas, João Moreira, Vasco Lima, Tomás Félix, Pedro Rebelo, Nuno Gonçalves, Pedro , Marta Baptista Coelho, Mariana Barosa, Francisco Arantes, João Raimundo, Mafalda Pratas, Tiago Pires, Luis Quelhas Valente, Vasco Sá Pinto, Jorge Soares, Pedro Miguel Pereira Vieira, Pedro F. Finisterra, Ricardo Santos _______________ Esta conversa foi editada por: Hugo Oliveira _______________ Bio: Dale B. Martin is a New Testament scholar and historian of Christianity, currently Woolsey Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at Yale University. Professor Martin specializes in New Testament and Christian Origins, including attention to social and cultural history of the Greco-Roman world. Before joining the Yale faculty in 1999, he taught at Rhodes College and Duke University. His books include: Slavery as Salvation: The Metaphor of Slavery in Pauline Christianity; The Corinthian Body; Inventing Superstition: from the Hippocratics to the Christians; Sex and the Single Savior: Gender and Sexuality in Biblical Interpretation; Pedagogy of the Bible: an Analysis and Proposal; New Testament History and Literature; and most recently, Biblical Truths: The Meaning of Scripture in the Twenty-First Century. He has edited several books, including (with Patricia Cox Miller), The Cultural Turn in Late Ancient Studies: Gender, Asceticism, and Historiography. He was an associate editor for the revision and expansion of the Encyclopedia of Religion, published in 2005. He has published several articles on topics related to the ancient family, gender and sexuality in the ancient world, and ideology of modern biblical scholarship, including titles such as: “Contradictions of Masculinity: Ascetic Inseminators and Menstruating Men in Greco-Roman Culture.” He currently is working on issues in biblical interpretation, social history and religion in the Greco-Roman world, and sexual ethics. He has held fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany), the Lilly Foundation, the Fulbright Commission (USA-Denmark), and the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (elected 2009).

PACIFIC COAST BOXING
Fight 8 Round 4 - Teofimo Wins ugly / Warrington Loses / HOF Criteria

PACIFIC COAST BOXING

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 66:12


Teofimo Lopez wins ugly, and has not looked impressive at 140, what's next? Warrington loses to Lopez - is he done as an elite fighter?  What is and should be the criteria for making the Boxing IHOF? We've got answers to all of these questions. Plus the rest of the boxing news covered by the most entertaining, insightful, and educated boxing hosts on the planet - Alfonso and Rick. Real fight fans talking real boxing. Protect yourself at all times!

Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators
Web3 Music Mavericks: Daniel Allan and Reo Cragun Talk Collaboration and Their New Project 'Criteria

Mint | Where Crypto Meets Creators

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 89:44


Mint Season 6 episode 30 welcomes artists Daniel Allan and Reo Cragun on their collaboration process and upcoming project "Criteria". They share their creative routines and challenges faced while creating the project, while also discussing the significance of releasing "Criteria" as their largest mint to date. Furthermore, they share thoughts on the future of labels, distribution the intersection of crypto and live music.I hope you guys enjoy our conversation.Additional ResourcesDaniel's TwitterReo's TwitterEpisode Timestamps and Transcripts---------------------------------------------------------------------------Claim Season 6 NFThttps://adamlevy.io/nft/---------------------------------------------------------------------------Support Season 6's NFT Sponsors

Dj Optick - Obsession - Ibiza Global Radio
Dj Optick - Obsession - Ibiza Global Radio - 11.12.2022

Dj Optick - Obsession - Ibiza Global Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 66:08


In my daily search for the best club tracks, I find lots of amazing songs, deep house & melodic grooves that I like and fit perfectly in a daytime mix. So I compile them in this weekly podcast, broadcasted every Sunday from 12:00 CET on Ibiza Global Radio. Sit back, relax and enjoy a 60 min journey through the freshest deep house vibes. The image I used for the cover was #OpenAI generated on #DALL-E website. Criteria: "impressionist painting of a girl running on the beach" Subscribe to free podcast on Apple Podcasts: goo.gl/j0GoFg Find me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/djoptick Find me on Facebook: www.facebook.com/djoptick Listen on Deezer: deezer.com/show/1743732 Ibiza Global Radio Live player: www.ibizaglobalradio.com/player

TV BFFs
S2 Ep12: Matt Rogers' Peak Millennial Criteria ft. Mad Men, 30 Rock, Survivor, Lost + more

TV BFFs

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 81:17


Matt Rogers is a fabulous actor, writer, comedian and podcaster and his TV BFFs are giving super-sized episode energy! With his Best, Favorite and Forever picks ranging from Mad Men and 30 Rock to Survivor, Lost and more, it's very clear this TV-obsessive came into adulthood in the 2000s and we are HERE for this peak millennial moment! PLUS: Where will The Real Housewives fall on Matt's list, and which franchise will he choose?  Will recent-fave The Morning Show make the cut?  And make sure to stay tuned until the end for a very special holiday-themed Lightning Round where, in celebration of his hit Showtime comedy special: Matt Rogers: Have You Heard Of Christmas?, we reveal Matt's all-time Christmas content picks! What are YOUR Best, Favorite and Forever shows? Send us your own TV BFF Criteria @tvbffpodcast on Instagram or email: tvbffpodcast@gmail.com 

Almost Heretical
Canon: The Criteria of the New Testament

Almost Heretical

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 67:21


How did the early church determine which texts would go into the canon and which would not? Are all texts outside the New Testament heretical or dangerous? Does the truth of the canon formation process change how we think about the Bible we have? Nate & Shelby look at how we got the books we have in our bibles and debunk some myths about the process. ☆★☆ Support us on Patreon for monthly episodes of our Patreon-only podcast called Utterly Heretical, a monthly Zoom call and access to a private Facebook Group where we all hang out. (Just $5!) Hosts: Nate Hanson & Shelby Bennett (MA in Biblical Studies) Music: Jpoetic, Cale Haugen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Wine Pair Podcast
High QPR Pinot Noir #1 (What is QPR? Criteria for selecting wines with high QPR, Reasonably priced Pinot Noir)

The Wine Pair Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 48:37 Transcription Available


Who doesn't love a good deal, especially when it comes to wine?!? In wine, you often hear about QPR as a measure for a good wine at a great price. But, can you really find good Pinot Noir at a price that is reasonable? And what is QPR anyway? We'll tell you!  In this episode, we begin our search for high QPR Pinot Noir, and we taste and review three Pinot Noirs with strong reviewer ratings and that are under $20 to see if we think they fit the bill! And, we discuss what QPR is, as well as what criteria you can use to determine if a wine has a good QPR. Join us on this fun and funny adventure! Wines reviewed in this episode: 2020 District 7 Pinot Noir, 2021 McManis Family Vineyards Pinot Noir, and 2020 The Pinot Project Pinot Noir.Contact The Wine Pair Podcast - we'd love to hear from you!Visit our website, leave a review, and reach out to us: www.thewinepairpodcast.comFollow and DM us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewinepairpodcast/Send us an email: joe@thewinepairpodcast.com

Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever
JF3012: Establishing & Sticking to Your Criteria ft. Luis Vilar-Carrasquillo

Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 26:09


Luis Vilar-Carrasquillo is a mechanical engineer who joined a group focused on acquiring apartment buildings through syndications and joint ventures. In this episode, he discusses how persistence and market knowledge have helped him get great deals, the importance of developing and sticking to your own criteria, and his top networking tips.  Luis Vilar-Carrasquillo| Real Estate Background Mechanical engineer who joined a group focused on acquiring apartment buildings through syndications and joint ventures.  Portfolio: GP of 176 doors Based in: West Palm Beach, FL Say hi to him at:  Facebook LinkedIn Greatest Lesson: Stick to your criteria. It is super important to establish your criteria and stick to them from the beginning. Join the newsletter for the expert tips & investing content.   Sign up to be a guest on the show. FREE eBook: The Ultimate Guide to Multifamily Deals & Investing Register for this year's Best Ever Conference in Salt Lake City Stay in touch with us! www.bestevercre.com YouTube Facebook LinkedIn Instagram Click here to know more about our sponsors: PassiveInvesting.com | DLP Capital |Reliant

Flusterclux: Fix Anxiety With Lynn Lyons LICSW
Is High Functioning Anxiety Really A Thing?

Flusterclux: Fix Anxiety With Lynn Lyons LICSW

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 39:39


The term High Functioning Anxiety has been showing up, used to describe those that feel anxious but perform at a high level. Criteria are given, symptoms are listed. Is this a new category of anxiety and does this label offer us anything new?  BUY LYNN'S NEW BOOK, THE ANXIETY AUDIT Lynn's fourth book focus on adults and their anxiety. Buy your copy of The Anxiety Audit: Seven Sneaky Ways Anxiety Takes Hold and How to Escape Them now. “Once in a while a book comes along that instantly changes the way you think and act for the better. The Anxiety Audit joins this club. I challenge you to put it down and not move through your day differently. Buy this book—it will guide you along the journey to being the person in relationships, and inside yourself, that you are hoping to become.”  —Rachel Simmons, bestselling author of Odd Girl Out and Enough As She Is  THE LATEST ANXIETY MANAGEMENT COURSE FOR PARENTS! MANAGING ANXIETY IN CHILDREN: A GUIDE FOR PARENTS This self-paced course covers the core tools a family needs to manage their anxiety, the same principles Lynn teaches to families in her private practice. This course includes 6 video modules from Lynn Lyons, LICSW, and 9 additional Q&A videos from Lynn and Robin of Flusterclux. What you'll get: Understand how anxiety works so that you can help manage your kids and your own. Learn what to say when anxiety shows up for you or your kids. For Kids: A special video that explains how anxiety works suitable for those ages 6 and up.  VISIT OUR SPONSORS FOR SPECIAL OFFERS JUST FOR YOU As a special offer, you can get $15 off your purchase of a Skylight Frame when you go SkylightFrame.com and enter code FLUSTERCLUX. Ritual is offering our listeners 10% off your first 3 months. Visit ritual.com/fluster to start Ritual or add Synbiotic+ to your subscription today. FOLLOW US Join the Facebook group to get news on the upcoming courses for parents, teens, and kids. Follow Flusterclux on Facebook and Instagram. Follow Lynn Lyons on Twitter and Youtube. New episodes arrive Friday at 5:00AM EST. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Neurology Today - Neurology Today Editor’s Picks
Modifiable risk factors for monogenic stroke, health care systems prepare for wave of new Alzheimer's therapies, criteria for selecting neurology residents

Neurology Today - Neurology Today Editor’s Picks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 5:15


In this week's podcast, Neurology Today's editor-in-chief discusses modifiable risk factors for monogenic stroke, what health care systems need to do to prepare for new Alzheimer's therapies, and criteria program directors apply in selecting neurology residents.

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
Bloom Where You're Planted Before You Take on the World, Principled-Based Living, and The Criteria for Finding a Church | ASK ME ANYTHING

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 56:10


In this week's ASK ME ANYTHING, Ryan Michler and Kipp Sorensen respond to the top questions of the week. Hit Ryan up on Instagram at @ryanmichler and share what's working in your life.  ⠀ SHOW HIGHLIGHTS   (0:00) Show kick-off⠀ (1:30) Bloom where you've been planted or go forth and change the world? (8:00) Do you have any thoughts on finding and retaining good team members for my construction business? (14:20) What are you guys focusing on in Jiu Jitsu right now? (23:40) Do you think you still start putting on a father-daughter event? (23:30) How important is it to have a morning and nightly routine? Would you share what you do for your routines? (30:00) What criteria do you have for getting involved with a church? (33:00) What can we do to start making tough people as soon as possible? (37:00) What are some ideas for a side hustle while I am a full-time seminary student? (41:52) How can you take time to relax and focus on family in between the grinds of work and life? (45:40) Do you have any tips for me and my daughter as we prepare to start a podcast together? (48:20) How do you deal with having one son who has chosen an activity that you are also interested in, while another son has not shown interest in anything yet, without showing favoritism? (52:20) My family does a monthly call to stay in touch but it is growing stale.  How do I start trying to change it so that it can be more valuable than it is now?     Get your signed copy of Ryan's new book, The Masculinity Manifesto   For more information on the Iron Council brotherhood.   Want maximum health, wealth, relationships, and abundance in your life? Sign up for our free course, 30 Days to Battle Ready ⠀ Download the NEW Order of Man Twelve-Week Battle Planner App and maximize your week.

The Visual Lounge
Strategies for Learning

The Visual Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 41:11


If you want your learning content to have the best possible impact on your audience, there's only one thing for it...you need a solid strategy in place! Whether your go-to learning method includes videos, images, or something else entirely, starting out with a strategy is the best way to ensure you're choosing the right medium to deliver training. Treion Muller, CEO and Founder of The Modern Learning Architect, is on The Visual Lounge to share his strategy secrets and frameworks for delivering the best learning content. He explores the power of video, why your content should be problem-led, not solution-led, and how to measure success and tie metrics to wider business goals. Learning points from the episode include: 00:00 Intro00:59 Matt introduces Treion Muller02:48 How Treion got started using images in videos04:25 Defining success for learning content06:26 Why less descriptive text is more on slides09:00 What does a Chief Learning Architect do?18:35 Innovation in the L&D space20:14 Criteria for the modality of a piece of learning26:16 Ask the right questions when creating your content32:01 Treion's C.A.R.E.S framework35:01 Speed round questions 40:26 OutroImportant links and mentions: Connect with Treion on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/treionmuller/ The Modern Learning Architect: https://modernlearningarchitect.com/ The C.A.R.E.S. framework: https://blog.elblearning.com/who-c.a.r.e.s.-how-learning-got-its-bad-rap-what-we-can-do-about-it

Sweat Elite
Doping and the case against Kenya

Sweat Elite

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 31:05


Welcome to Episode 1 of Pro Running News - a new podcast series covering the current events of the professional running scene hosted by David Lipman and Matt Fox. In episode 1 we discuss doping and the possibility of Kenya being banned by World Athletics this week.  Search for future podcast episodes of Pro Running News on your podcast player "Pro Running News" - Coming Dec 1. Resources dissussed in the podcast: Article on Potential Ban: https://www.aljazeera.com/sports/2022/11/25/kenya-faces-threat-of-athletics-ban-amid-doping-crisis Article on Sharon Lokedi who won NYC Marathon: https://www.cbssports.com/general/news/2022-new-york-city-marathon-officials-admit-sharon-lokedi-was-not-drug-tested-before-her-victory/  Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) Documents on Categorisation of Countries:  https://www.athleticsintegrity.org/know-the-rules/national-federation-anti-doping-obligations https://www.athleticsintegrity.org/downloads/pdfs/know-the-rules/en/2021_01_01_Rule-15_Extract.pdf  https://www.athleticsintegrity.org/downloads/pdfs/know-the-rules/en/Criteria-for-Categorisation-under-Rule-15-PCH-TCD.pdf Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) List of Banned Athletes and Staff:  https://www.athleticsintegrity.org/disciplinary-process/global-list-of-ineligible-persons/ Document from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) about Kenyan Doping:  https://www.wada-ama.org/sites/default/files/2022-02/Kenya_%20final_public_print%20%28003%29.pdf Podcast Episode with Sarah Shibutse is the Director of Standards and Compliance at the Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya (ADAK): https://cleancompetition.org/2021/09/21/62-the-anti-doping-agency-of-kenyas-commitment-to-clean-sport-sarah-shibutse/ 

BloodBath w/ Annie, & Esther, & Khalyla
The Girls' Guide to Getting Girls

BloodBath w/ Annie, & Esther, & Khalyla

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 76:57


Tickets to the Trash Tuesday Livestream! https://www.moment.co/trashtuesdayThank you to our Sponsors: Athletic Greens - Go to https://athleticgreens.com/tuesday to get a free 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your first purchaseShipStation - Use promo code trashtuesday today at https://shipstation.com to sign up for your FREE 60-day trialNutrafol - Your hair story could help another woman.  Join the conversation at http://shedthesilence.com Subscribe! https://bit.ly/HitOurButtonsOfficial Clips Channel: https://bit.ly/2QDAi8XTrash Tuesday Podcast iTunes Audio Feed: https://bit.ly/TrashTuesdayPodTrash Tuesday Podcast Spotify Audio Feed: https://bit.ly/TTPodAudioTrash Tuesday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/itstrashtuesday 0:00 Our New Trash Tuesday Host!4:50 Everyone is in Esther's Movie Except Annie6:50 Khalyla's Date With a Girl11:48 Esther Goes Full Detective on Finding Out Identity of TikToker With Famous Twin Brother27:04 Under the Influence and Polyamorous 30:36 Issues With Alcohol & Hair of the Dog Etymology34:45 Annie's Hallucinagenic Trip at Skankfest40:30 Khalyla's Criteria for Donors47:09 Esther's Banana Routine & Past Sugar Addiction49:19 What Age Were We the Hottest?52:47 Good At Eating P1:02:44 Nip Hair Tweezing1:05:42 Getting Blocked by an Ex  Listen to our other Podcasts: TigerBelly - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tigerbelly/id1041201977 Meanspiration - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/meanspiration-with-annie-lederman/id1475056491 Esther Club - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/esther-club-with-esther-povitsky/id1494518220 Follow Us: Khalyla Kuhn - https://www.instagram.com/khalamityk Annie Lederman - https://www.instagram.com/annielederman Esther Povitsky - https://www.instagram.com/esthermonster Produced by: 7EQUIS Podcast Producers: Pete Forthun & Carlos Herrera Editor: Bryce Hallock