It's been about three years since Chef Todd Harrington challenged himself to make a knife - with no knowledge of how to do it. Now, his one-of-a-kind works of art are the prized tools of chefs and cooks all over. Al went to Chef Todd's home to get the full story - and, it turns out, a knife! Also: news of two sudden closings, some holiday wine paring events, and of course, lots of sharing by Al, Gemini and Rich about meals of the past week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
CAR-T cell therapy harnesses the immune system to attack blood cancers. Six years after approving the first treatment, the FDA is investigating whether it can give rise to secondary cancers. Read this story here.
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Why You Should Listen: In this episode, you will learn about cutting edge approaches to support children dealing with autism. About My Guests: My guests for this episode are Dr. Christian Bogner and Alex Zaharakis. Christian Bogner, MD, FACOG, CFMNP is a lecturer, educator, and experienced practicing clinician. He has four children, with his oldest affected with autism. He is a certified Functional Medicine physician with additional board certification in OBGYN. He has obtained his certification in Plant-Based-Nutrition from Cornell University. Dr. Bogner is a clinical consultant for MaxGen Labs, LLC, a nutrigenomics lab analyzing genetic data, utilized by over 800 practitioners around the world. He has lectured throughout the United States and abroad regarding integrative approaches to disease with a focus on genetics, the microbiome, and toxicities. Alex Zaharakis, MA, MS, DABR is a grateful husband and father of two beautiful children. His interest in the microbiome and biomedical healing is driven by his son's regressive autism at 17 months, after a culmination and spark of several timely medical insults several of which were microbiome focused. Alex has devoted his spare time and efforts to researching and learning about the microbiome while helping other parents to navigate the biomedical and microbiome issues experienced in autism to develop strategies for intervention. Alex is a licensed and board-certified Medical Physicist in Radiation Oncology, a scientist with background in physics, mathematics, and biology who has utilized his life experiences to develop an analytical method for quantifying and intervening with intestinal dysbiosis which he believes to be significant in the development and severity of autism and other disease states. He has devoted his personal time to studying the microbiome through analysis of 16s type sequencing, and he has developed software to analyze raw 16s data and provide suggestions to improve dysbiosis in a targeted manner. Alex feels that providing support for dysbiosis is a direct window into increasing the quality of life for all individuals, including his own son which has been the driving force in the work that he does. Key Takeaways: What are the top contributors to autism? What is the role of 16s microbiome balancing? What role might mold and mycotoxins play in autism? How might cyanide play a role in autism? What is the role of ammonia in autism? What tools may be helpful for neuroinflammation? What are the mechanisms by which sodium thiosulfate may support the body? How might sodium thiosulfate assist the body in increasing reduced glutathione? Is sodium thiosulfate generally well-tolerated in those with sulfur sensitivities? Might the body need additional detoxification support when starting to use the sodium thiosulfate lotion? How important is constipation when attempting to support detoxification? Is the potential for glutamine to convert to glutamate a real concern? How well-tolerated are herbal products in those with sensitivities to phenolics or salicylates? Connect With My Guests: Christian Bogner, MD, FACOG, CFMNP Alex Zaharakis, MA, MS, DABR Related Resources: Researched Elements Get 15% off with discount code BETTERHEALTH Thiogenics Interview Date: November 15, 2023 Transcript: To review a transcript of this show, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com/Episode192. Additional Information: To learn more, visit https://BetterHealthGuy.com. Disclosure: BetterHealthGuy.com is an affiliate of Researched Elements. Disclaimer: The content of this show is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any illness or medical condition. Nothing in today's discussion is meant to serve as medical advice or as information to facilitate self-treatment. As always, please discuss any potential health-related decisions with your own personal medical authority.
For young Michael Doukas, everything was going great...until mom stepped in and ruined everything! Members-Only Series on Patreon: For a dollar per month, you can hear multiple varying stories and storylines so far through the 11th century. Every dime donated will be put directly back into the show, so I hope you consider becoming a Patreon member! Just follow this link to our Patreon page to peruse the right “subscription” for you: https://www.patreon.com/FortunesWheelPodcast. Social Media: YouTube Page: Fortune's Wheel Podcast Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/fortunes.wheel.3 Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/WheelPodcast Music: Music for this episode is called “Cutting Edge” from the talented artist Hemlock! Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/hemlock/cutting-edge License code: Y0ZLEPLIZYV2RTMJ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/fortuneswheelpodcast/support
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As Native American Heritage Month comes to a close, for our "Hidden Histories" series, we look at the life and legacy of Mary Golda Ross, the first Native American woman to become an engineer and a pioneering figure of the space age. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
Creating new products or being on the cutting edge of technology can be exciting. However, they can also be very strange when dealing with fantasy beings. The Goblin King calls our adventurer for a new idea. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this short story. Thanks for listening!This story was written and narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on X @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and Facebook – Midnight Slumber.
In the wake of my father's recent cancer diagnosis, my focus has sharpened on the critical realm of early cancer detection. This unexpected event injected a surge of urgency into my unyielding quest for preventive wellness, leading me back to the brilliant Dr. Ahvie Herskowitz. Embark on a journey into preventive health as I reunite with Dr. Ahvie, the founder of Anatara Medicine, one of the most comprehensive IV treatment centers in Northern California. The multidisciplinary integrative center in San Francisco treats some of the most difficult chronic health conditions using a unique integrative approach and a host of modern medical technologies and tools. Dr. Ahvie is a former Clinical Professor of Medicine at UC San Francisco (UCSF) and the personal physician to some of the Bay Area's top biohackers, celebrities, actors, and longevity enthusiasts, along with a wide range of patients looking for eradication of issues like mold, spike protein, fungus, viral particles, and much more. His training includes a medical degree from The Albert Einstein College of Medicine and a Chief Residency in Anatomic Pathology and Internal Medicine, followed by fellowship training in cardiology at The Johns Hopkins Medical Center. During his 12 years at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Ahvie was co-appointed in the Departments of Medicine and Molecular Immunology and Microbiology. His clinical responsibilities were complemented by directing a multidisciplinary NIH-sponsored research team in the study of molecular immunological and genomic mechanisms of inflammation and cell injury, autoimmunity, transplantation, congestive heart failure, and myocarditis. Today, Dr. Ahvie is back to impart his wealth of knowledge on colon cancer, spanning early detection methods, cancer screening, preventive remedies, and the vital role lifestyle and diet play in managing and preventing this condition. This episode promises a thought-provoking journey into the intricacies of colon health and its profound implications for overall well-being. Full show notes: https://bengreenfieldlife.com/cancerepisode Episode Sponsors: Essentia: Save an additional $100 on your mattress with code BENVIP at myessentia.com/bengreenfield. LMNT: Go to DrinkLMNT.com/BenGreenfield to get a free gift with your purchase! Calroy: Visit calroy.com/ben save 20% when you bundle a 3-month supply of Arterosil HP. KetoMed: Visit ketomed.com/ben use code Ben40 for $40.00 off, free shipping, and no tax. FUM: Head to tryfum.com/BEN and use code BEN to save an additional 10% off.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On our latest weekly roundup, we started with an update from Terri on her broken wrist and how her recovery is progressing. She still does not recommend breaking a bone.What we're watching: On Dancing with the Stars, it was Whitney Houston Night and Barry Williams danced his last, after a good long run. Kudos to you, Greg Brady!On The Gilded Age, season 2, episode 4, "His Grace the Duke," saw more Opera Warring, romantic entanglements beginning and ending, and the start of Bertha's takedown of her former maid, Turner.Catherine's library find this week is in the who knew?? category: It's series of thrillers based on the famed (at least locally) Lake Geneva mailboat. It's called, of course, the Mailboat Suspense series.In the archives, we revisit episodes in which we discussed finding positive places online (November 23, 2020), gratitude for those who co-parent with us (November 25, 2019), and what we're thankful for (November 22, 2018). Mentioned: Heidi Wrangles Cats, an Icebreaker-inspired TikTok, and its predecessor, the movie Cutting Edge.Next week, our TV watch will cover Taylor Swift Night on Dancing with the Stars and "Close Enough to Touch" (S2 E5) on The Gilded Age. Until then (and anytime you're in need), the archives are available!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3680863/advertisement
“The time has come for serious, well-funded, and cutting-edge academic research into the nature of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and their broad cosmological and political implications.” So reads a statement appearing on the website of the Sol Foundation, a new California-based think tank that has positioned itself to become “a premier center for UAP research.” This week on The Micah Hanks Program, Micah reports on the Sol Foundation's first annual event that was recently held at Stanford University, which he and several colleagues attended, along with many of the biggest names in the field of UAP study. We provide a comprehensive overview of the event, those who attended from government and academia, and also the big issues that were discussed at this groundbreaking event. Have you had a UFO/UAP sighting? Please consider sending us your sighting report, which may be of great importance to our scientific understanding of these phenomena. You can submit your sightings here, and we are happy to ensure anonymity for those who prefer not to share their information publicly. The story doesn't end here... become an X Subscriber and get access to even more weekly content and monthly specials. Want to advertise/sponsor The Micah Hanks Program? We have partnered with the fine folks at Gumball to handle our advertising/sponsorship requests. If you would like to advertise with The Micah Hanks Program, all you have to do is click the link below to get started: Gumball: Advertise with The Micah Hanks Program Show Notes Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode: NEWS: Mixed results for SpaceX's Super Heavy-Starship rocket on 2nd test flight SpaceX Starship: A Musing on Rockets and Their Effect on the Earth - The Debrief Microsoft Hires Sam Altman Hours After OpenAI Rejects His Return Commercial Flights Are Experiencing 'Unthinkable' GPS Attacks and Nobody Knows What to Do A Mystery Object Left a Bizarre, Double Crater as It Smashed into the Moon Last Year The Sol Foundation: Official Website How a New Think Tank of Academics is Applying 'Cutting-Edge Research' to the UAP Mystery BECOME AN X SUBSCRIBER AND GET EVEN MORE GREAT PODCASTS AND MONTHLY SPECIALS FROM MICAH HANKS. Sign up today and get access to the entire back catalog of The Micah Hanks Program, as well as “classic” episodes of The Gralien Report Podcast, weekly “additional editions” of the subscriber-only X Podcast, the monthly Enigmas specials, and much more. Like us on Facebook Follow @MicahHanks on Twitter Keep up with Micah and his work at micahhanks.com.
EPISODE SUMMARY Join scientist and mindset & high-performance coach Claudia Garbutt and CEO of Smarter Not Harder & of Health Optimization Medicine and Practice, Boomer Anderson, as they talk about various aspects of health optimization & entrepreneurship. In this episode, we talk about: - The importance of health optimization for entrepreneurs - Which health metrics to track & how often - Favorite wearables & how to use the data EPISODE NOTES If curiosity killed the cat, Boomer's 9 lives expired decades ago. Boomer is an entrepreneur, husband, podcast host, health optimization practitioner, investor, and retired BBQ champion. Boomer is the CEO of Smarter Not Harder, Inc. makers of Troscriptions. He is also the CEO of Health Optimization Medicine and Practice, a 501(c)3 non-profit focused on educating doctors and practitioners on how to optimize for health rather than treat disease. In his own Health Optimization Practice, Boomer works with entrepreneurs leveraging large swaths of data and health technology. He also serves as a Strategic Advisor to Welldium and is a TEDx Speaker. Prior to working on sitting on the intersection of health and finance, Boomer was based in Singapore where he ran the South Asia Debt Capital Markets business for a bulge-bracket investment bank. Links: · Podcast · Connect on LinkedIn · Follow on Instagram · https://troscriptions.com · https://homehope.org Help me keep this show ad-free and awesome: Hit subscribe and join the tribe! THANK YOU for your support!
In this podcast episode, we learn about the new Tangram Vision HiFi 3D sensor with Adam Rodnitzky and Brandon Minor from Tangram Vision. The company recently launched a Kickstarter for their new hardware product and the specs on this new sensor are promising to disrupt the depth sensor market for price and performance. Listen to the interview to learn more about this new product and search “HiFi 3D Sensor” on Kickstarter to see the complete product specs and get in the queue for your own camera. Also on this episode, we sit down with David Pepper, cofounder and CEO of Next Generation Robotics, to learn how they innovate by offering “optimization as a service” for expanded capabilities in fleet management and inventory movement within warehouses. The company has been developing its algorithms and setting up a cloud-based service for robotics vendors and warehouse management software (WMS) providers to tap into optimization algorithms for their specific workflows. The service is now available for use. Finally, cohosts Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman discuss the news of the week, focusing on Kyle Vogt's departure from Cruise and what this means for the autonomous robotaxi market. If you like the show, please subscribe and tell a friend about it, this helps us grow our audience. Thanks.
Host: Brad McNutt | Released Monday, November 20, 2023 In this episode of the Book Club, Brad reviews a book on the importance of reading and ministry! Episode Resources Purchase The Pastor's Bookshelf: Why Reading Matters for Ministry here. We want to hear from you! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Voicemail: 903-26-LIGHT (903-265-4448) Subscription Links
The next phase in artificial intelligence could be “edge AI,” which lowers costs and improves security by embedding AI capabilities directly in smartphones and other devices.----- Transcript -----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Ed Stanley, Morgan Stanley's Head of Thematic Research in Europe. And along with my colleagues, bringing you a variety of perspectives, today I'll discuss Edge A.I. It's Monday, the 20th of November at 2 p.m. in London. The last year has seen a surge in adoption of artificial intelligence, particularly for foundational model builders and consumer-facing chatbots. But we think the next big wave of A.I will be embedded in consumer devices, this is smartphones, notebooks, wearables, drones and autos, amongst others. Enter Edge A.I. This means running A.I algorithms locally rather than in centralized cloud computing facilities in order to power the killer apps of the A.I age. Generative A.I., cloud computing, GPUs and hyperscalers, that is, the large cloud service providers that run computing and storage for enterprises. They all remain central to the secular machine learning trend. However, as A.I continues to permeate through all aspects of consumer life and enterprise productivity, it will push workloads to hardware devices at the edge of networks. The US data firm Gartner estimates that by 2025, half of enterprise data will be created at the Edge, across billions of battery powered devices. The key benefits of A.I computation performed at the Edge are lower cost, lower latency personalization and importantly, higher security or privacy relative to centralized cloud computing. And the prize in moving these workloads to the Edge is large, we're talking some 30 billion devices by the end of the decade, but the hurdles are also significant. We think 2024 will be a catalyst year for this theme. And the companies that could benefit range from household name hardware vendors to key components suppliers around the world. But just as there are benefits to Edge A.I, there are constraints as well. Not all Edge devices are created equal, for example. The clearest limitations across hardware media are battery life and power consumption, processing capabilities and memory, as well as form factor, i.e. how they look. For example, mass market smartphones and notebooks today don't have the battery life or processing capability to run inferencing of the largest large language models. This will have to change over time, which will require investment predominantly in advanced proprietary silicon or custom ASICs as they're known, of which we've seen a number of announcements from big tech companies in recent weeks. The hardware arms race is really heating up in our view. It's important to note, though, that generative A.I. and Edge A.I are not mutually exclusive. In fact, Generative A.I. has reinforced the already growing need for edge A.I. Our consumer and investor trend analysis suggests that the theme is already moving into its upswing phase. Moreover, a slate of new product releases as soon as Q1 2024, such as Edge A.I enabled smartphones with embedded custom silicon, should drive further investor interest in this theme over the coming 12 months. And we think smartphones stand the best chance of breaking the bottleneck soonest and they also have the largest total addressable market potential in the short and medium term. This is an uncrowded theme which we think is in pole position for 2024. Thanks for listening. If you enjoy the show, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts and shared Thoughts on the Market with a friend or a colleague today.
How did a pair of over-priced soccer cleats become the catalyst for our guest's "dirty hands turned cutting-edge tech" trajectory? (We love stories like this.) This week, we sat down with the CEO and co-founder of GreenPal, Bryan Clayton. From starting a simple lawnmowing business in high school to building a successful tech company that connects homeowners with local care professionals, his career has had its share of highs and lows. Bryan discusses the challenges and triumphs he experienced over the past decade in growing GreenPal into a nationwide network, his grassroots approach to customer acquisition, lessons he's learned from being in the home services industry, and that even though he sometimes has 100-hour work weeks, he's not worked a day in the last ten years. Service-based businesses, startups, app developers, and those with an idea just itching to be explored - don't miss this episode. Episode Highlights: How he transitioned from brick-and-mortar to the tech space Evolving as a business owner Why he taught himself to code The importance of investing in different marketing strategies Foundational lessons from a home service business Why they don't operate a discount model Product versus Distribution Favorite Quote: “Pick up your phone, call your 20 customers, and let that data speak.” Connect with Bryan: https://yourgreenpal.com/ https://instagram.com/bryanmclayton https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryan-clayton-a96b33214 https://twitter.com/bryanmclayton Stay Connected: Connect with Matt and Luigi on Instagram: @matthew.r.meehan @luigi_rosabianca @theLiquidLunchProject @ShieldAdvisoryGroup. Visit The Liquid Lunch Project website and subscribe to The Weekly, our Friday morning newsletter, for all the latest in the world of finance, tech, small business, and more. www.theliquidlunchproject.com Make sure you never miss an episode — check out The Liquid Lunch Project on Apple Podcasts, and don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review.
Host: Brad McNutt | Released Monday, November 20, 2023 In this episode of the Book Club, Brad reviews a book on the importance of reading and ministry! Episode Resources Purchase The Pastor's Bookshelf: Why Reading Matters for Ministry here. We want to hear from you! Email: email@example.com Voicemail: 903-26-LIGHT (903-265-4448) Subscription Links
Tiger fans: we're giving you an exclusive look into the latest episode of the Cutting Edge with Jack Marucci, a premium LSU GOLD podcast, which you can watch here. On this edition, Marucci and Mario Macaluso detail how LSU Football's use of virtual reality has enhanced quarterback training, specifically with Heisman contender Jayden Daniels. Plus, an exclusive look into some of the other technologies that players are using around the building to prosper in competition. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heyfightinpodcast/message
Episode Summary In this episode of Sunny Side Up, Philip Warren chats with Siara Nazir about integrating your marketing strategy with artificial intelligence and data science. Siara discusses the transformative impact of Mixed Media Modeling, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the MarTech stack's future direction in the evolving digital marketing landscape. Siara also shares her experience creating an AI chatbot powered by natural language processing that improved customer engagement and boosted non-branded keyword revenue. About the Guest Siara Nazir is an award-winning global digital marketer and media leader who has pioneered AI-based solutions that quadrupled conversions and doubled engagement for marketing programs at Autodesk. She's led digital transformation for two Fortune 500 companies and her strategies have been featured in Forrester and other industry publications. She speaks at many industry conferences and was recently the recipient of the Equality Impact Award for women in tech. Connect with Siara Nazir Key Takeaways ● Beyond just sales and clicks, recognising the revenue contribution of your brand's equity is crucial. ● Mixed media modelling's advantage – This approach goes beyond traditional attribution models, helping marketers understand the revenue implications of their brand's presence across different channels. ● Multi-touch attribution, while popular, may not give a comprehensive picture of a brand's value and impact. Consider alternative models for a fuller perspective. ● Achieving success in non-branded spaces, which are highly competitive and challenging, can significantly boost a brand's visibility and conversions. ● Utilize AI tools to automate various marketing tasks, from content creation to customer engagement. These tools not only speed up processes but also enhance quality. ● Tomorrow's Martech stack will thrive on seamless interaction between software components. Ensure interoperability with robust API connections. ● Balance the decision between choosing best-in-breed solutions and integrated ones. The right choice can significantly impact data flow and efficiency. ● Established tech platforms, though significant, might not always provide the most agile solutions. Quote“The beauty of mixed media modelling is that the software that it sits on actually looks at many other parts of the business that influence revenue, including brand presence.” – Siara Nazir Connect with Siara Nazir | Follow us on LinkedIn | Website
They're back for 2023! The Hauraki Big Show with Jase, Mike and Keyzie answering your questions, reading your jokes and solving your problems on the Big Show Podcast Outro! Need some advice of your own, or have any jokes? Get in touch with us on the Big Show Instagram @haurakibigshow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
LSU Director of Performance Innovation Jack Marucci, along with Performance Innovation & Analytics Assistant Mario Macaluso take listeners through some of the cutting edge technology - like virtual reality training - that student-athletes are utilizing to prosper in competition. That, and more, on this week's episode of Play by Play, presented by The Advocate. Stay tuned for an episode of The Cutting Edge with Jack Marucci, dropping later this week on LSU GOLD. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/heyfightinpodcast/message
Welcome to Episode 410 of the Outdoor Biz Podcast. Brought to you this week by Four Wheel Campers. Today I'm talking with Kirk Ohly and Spencer T Houser about their new project Suweeka, a modular, vehicle rack system – engineered to support the lifestyle of active and passionate people in original and innovative ways. Facebook Twitter Instagram Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Sign up for my Newsletter HERE I'd love to hear your feedback about the show! You can contact me here: firstname.lastname@example.org Show Notes First Bikes Spencer Takara BMX Bike First 10 speed Kirk Moxie - Monoshock First 10-speed Favorite Books Build by Tony Fadell He headed up the iPod & iPhone team and also started the NEST brand. A Trip to the Beach, By Melinda Blanchard and Robert Blanchard a husband and wife team that moved from Vermont to Anquila and followed up on their crazy idea to open a beachside restaurant. It's a great read, and it didn't dawn on me until we started Suweeka that it's a great take on starting a business. Favorite outdoor gear purchase under $100 This hasn't changed from my last appearance, A hammock from Eagles Nest Outfitters. I think we have six of them right now Also, a special mention for @Belmont Blankets. They are the kind of blanket our parents carried, and we didn't understand why. They are cozy and bombproof, and now my kids fight over who gets to share mine with me. https://belmontblanket.com/ Dometic water jug and rechargeable faucet https://www.dometic.com/en-us/outdoor/outdoor-drinkware/jugs?gad=1&gclid=CjwKCAjw7oeqBhBwEiwALyHLM0ocRQcdG83s_gX4fWDHkRg_Q9HhrK9sBBVouLj2HXQZzalv4TVvDxoCTRIQAvD_BwE Knipex tools https://www.knipex-tools.com/ Follow up https://suweeka.com/ Instagram: @suweeka_pnw @kirkohly Facebook Linkedin Kirk email Suweeka email: email@example.com
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In this episode of Cutting the Curd, we sit down with Martijn Bos, the innovative mind behind Boska Food Tools, a company dedicated to revolutionizing the world of cheese tools and accessories. Martijn shares his passion for cheese tools and discusses the creative process behind designing unique cheese tools that enhance the cheese experience. Join us for a fascinating conversation on the art and science of cheese cutting and serving!Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Cutting the Curd by becoming a member!Cutting the Curd is Powered by Simplecast.
Have you ever wondered about the intricate world of soccer and the role of play in nurturing creativity? Imagine a heartfelt conversation with Scott Martin, an ardent football coach and storyteller. Listen as he takes you on a nostalgic journey into the authentic days of the North American Soccer League. Scott shares how ethnic backgrounds played a pivotal role in the formation of clubs and how the genuine love for the sport soared high above the allure of money. He passionately advocates the significance of unstructured play in fostering creativity, a lesson he highlights with a nod to the Finnish education system. Shifting gears, we enter an essential discourse on the cutting-edge field of prosthetics. Did you know that many disabled veterans lack insurance for repairing their artificial limbs? We discuss how such challenges impact their lives, throwing light on the need for durable, repairable, and culturally fitting prosthetic options. The conversation gets even more interesting as we talk about the importance of user involvement in the design process of these devices, a factor that could lead to more beneficial results.Finally, we navigate through the intriguing universe of assistive technology, highlighting the challenges and costs associated with it. Ever considered why the price tag on these devices is sky-high, especially in the global north? Or how governmental subsidies can exclude individuals who can't afford to pay? We bring a fresh perspective by comparing the healthcare costs between the US and Portugal. Wrapping up, we share a sense of optimism for the future generation, believing that they hold the power to bring about a positive change in the world. A rich blend of stories, insights, and thought-provoking discussions, this episode is one you shouldn't miss!Support the showFollow axschat on social mediaTwitter:https://twitter.com/axschathttps://twitter.com/AkwyZhttps://twitter.com/neilmillikenhttps://twitter.com/debraruhLinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/antoniovieirasantos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/axschat/Vimeohttps://vimeo.com/akwyz
We're back! This week Chris and Whammy discuss some early-season observations from the NBA season.Fantasy hoops fans, follow along with the Swish FM+ Listener League!Swish FM is Chris Wendelken and Ben Craw. Joining us as always is friend of the pod Brandon Lisy AKA Whammy. SWISH FM:Web: SwishFM.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @SwishFMRadioInstagram: @SwishFMRadioApple: apple.co/2NXjMP8Spotify: spoti.fi/2T7ZmjYGoogle: bit.ly/32KIiWsiHeart: ihr.fm/312LC1lMUSIC: Artist: LetheretteAlbum: Brown Lounge, Vol. 1Title: Montego FuzzLabel: WulfApple: apple.co/2kyOBLOSpotify: spoti.fi/2kqAhoT
In this enlightening episode, I sit down with Jane Rogers, who has been a patient of mine, a health activist, and podcast host of Cutting Edge Health - Preventing Cognitive Decline. We discuss Jane's journey to heal from cognitive decline and improve her brain health using functional and regenerative medicine. Tune in to hear about the importance of support, being open to new paradigms of healing, and finding the right practitioner in the context of cognitive decline. For the full show notes please visit my website: www.drchristineschaffner.com/Episode214
Episode Five – Cutting Edge Curriculum - Part Two: Nada Yorke's 'Another Way Choosing Change. Release Date – November 10th, 2023. Summary – In this two-part episode, we sit down with Nada Yorke, the brain behind the transformative curriculum 'Another Way Choosing Change.' Research backed curriculum in the fight against domestic violence, Yorke delves deep into the inspiration behind her authorship—a curriculum that places victims at the forefront and aims to break the distressing cycle of domestic violence. We discuss the innovative approaches Yorke is testing as she pilots an adolescent version of the curriculum, reflecting the crucial need to address the issue in younger generations. We delve into the importance of fidelity to the curriculum, a component that Nada passionately upholds, ensuring its consistent, impactful delivery. Join us on this enlightening journey to understanding 'Another Way Choosing Change' and the promise it holds for a safer tomorrow. Guest Information – Jose Alfredo Hernandez LMSW Domestic Violence Intervention Treatment Director and Clinical Supervisor at Trivium Life Services. Nada Yorke LSCW Co-Owner of Yorke Consulting and author of “Another Way Choosing Change”. Links and Resources www.triviumlifeservices.org What Works (and Doesn't) in Reducing Recidivism by Edward J. Latessa, Shelley J. Listwan, Deborah Koetzle. Call to Action Want more information on the services offered by Trivium Life Services or how to support our mission? Visit our website at www.triviumlifeservices.org. Podcast and host information Hi! I'm Michelle Schaller, Senior Director of Behavioral Health, your host for this series of podcasts by Trivium Life Services. Each week, I'll be introducing you to real professionals who dedicate their lives to helping others, and individuals who have found hope amidst their struggles with mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, and those with intellectual and physical disabilities. Our aim is to reduce the prejudices and misconceptions surrounding these challenges and create awareness and understanding in our communities. Disclaimer The contents of this podcast, including discussions, interviews, and shared resources, are for informational and educational purposes only. They are not intended to serve as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you are a victim of domestic violence or intimate partner violence, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) or visit the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence website at www.ncadv.org. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. Acknowledgements Special thanks to Webberized Inc for their invaluable contribution to this episode. To learn more about their services visit them at www.webberized.com.
Welcome to another episode of The En Factor! I'm Rebecca White and today, I am excited talk with former guest, Cory Hymel, a technology enthusiast shaping the future of work and decentralized economies. When I decided to use this podcast as a platform to learn more about the future of workforce and the role of an entrepreneurial mindset, Cory immediately came to mind. Today Cory is VP of Product & Research at Gigster, where he focuses on innovating the future of work by enabling scalable access to the human cloud. He is also the Head of Academic Partnerships, collaborating with prestigious institutions such as Stanford and Berkeley to lead research into the dynamics of distributed teams at scale. Prior to these roles, Cory's passion for blockchain technology led him to serve as the Director of Blockchain, overseeing various aspects of blockchain adoption, including NFTs, cryptocurrencies, and enterprise applications. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Cory's expertise spans across a wide range of cutting-edge technologies, positioning him as a leading figure in the field. I'm so excited to dive deep into Cory's insights on building a decentralized future, leveraging the human cloud, and the transformative power of emerging technologies. Join us as we explore the fascinating world of technology and its impact on the future of work.
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In the ever-evolving world of entrepreneurship, traditions often play a defining role in shaping industry norms and practices. For many, entering a traditional market can feel like stepping into a time capsule, where established conventions are deeply rooted and resistant to change. The narrative often echoes sentiments of skepticism and caution, questioning whether innovation and modernization can truly find a place in sectors entrenched in tradition. Now, consider Obi Omile Jr., a disruptor navigating this dynamic landscape with theCut, rewriting the playbook of a traditional industry—the barbershop business. Obi, listed on Forbes 30 Under 30 and a Techstars '18 alum, brings a wealth of experience from the tech and financial services sectors. His journey unfolds in an industry steeped in tradition—the barbershop business. However, his story is not just about transforming haircuts; it's a testament to challenging norms, infusing innovation, and crafting cutting-edge customer experiences. DURING THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN: Strategies for modernizing and innovating within traditional frameworks. Tips for adapting technology to diverse business needs for efficiency How to overcome challenges in tech integration for non-tech sectors Key principles for crafting standout customer experiences in resistant industries. How to build trust and transparency with technology in business So, whether you're in retail, service, or any sector where tradition runs deep, Obi's insights will serve as a compass, guiding you through the uncharted territories of modernization. His success in challenging norms and crafting cutting-edge customer experiences makes this episode a valuable resource for entrepreneurs navigating the delicate balance between tradition and innovation. Don't miss out on the resources mentioned in this episode by checking out the show notes at blacktobusiness.com/173 Thank you so much for listening! Please support us by simply rating and reviewing our podcast! Got a question? We'd love to answer it in an upcoming Q&A. Simply record your quick question → https://blacktobusiness.com/QA Connect with us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blacktobusiness/ Don't miss an update! Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://blacktobusiness.com/mailinglist
It's time. This week we begin our deep-dive into the kingdom of movie madness with The Rocketeer (1991). Set in 1938 Los Angeles, California, The Rocketeer tells the story of pilot Cliff Secord, who discovers a hidden rocket pack that he thereafter uses to fly without the need of an aircraft. His heroic deeds soon attract the attention of Howard Hughes and the FBI, who are hunting for the missing rocket pack, as well as the Nazi operatives that stole it from Hughes.As a reminder, The Rewindables and Swish FM are now two separate podcasts, both of which will be available right here, on this feed. The Rewindables will be available for free every Monday. And Swish FM+ will be available via Patreon. If you're in a position to support and keep our pods independent and ad-free, we greatly appreciate it! Support The Rewindables and Swish FM+ via Patreon!The Rewindables is Chris Wendelken, Ben Craw and Cousin Christian. THE REWINDABLES:Website: therewindables.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @therewindablesInstagram: @therewindablesThreads: @therewindablesApple: apple.co/2NXjMP8Spotify: spoti.fi/2T7ZmjYGoogle: bit.ly/32KIiWsAudacy: bit.ly/45RV8SFMUSIC: Artist: LetheretteAlbum: BL6Title: Tell MeLabel: WulfApple: apple.co/2kyOBLOSpotify: spotify.link/0da7hxNWBDb
Season 2: Episode 4 – Part One – Cutting Edge Curriculum: Nada Yorke's 'Another Way Choosing Change. Release Date – November 3rd, 2023. Summary – In this two-part episode, we sit down with Nada Yorke, the brain behind the transformative curriculum 'Another Way Choosing Change.' Research backed curriculum in the fight against domestic violence, Yorke delves deep into the inspiration behind her authorship—a curriculum that places victims at the forefront and aims to break the distressing cycle of domestic violence. We discuss the innovative approaches Yorke is testing as she pilots an adolescent version of the curriculum, reflecting the crucial need to address the issue in younger generations. We delve into the importance of fidelity to the curriculum, a component that Nada passionately upholds, ensuring its consistent, impactful delivery. Join us on this enlightening journey to understanding 'Another Way Choosing Change' and the promise it holds for a safer tomorrow. Guest Information – Jose Alfredo Hernandez LMSW Domestic Violence Intervention Treatment Director and Clinical Supervisor at Trivium Life Services. Nada Yorke LSCW Co-Owner of Yorke Consulting and author of “Another Way Choosing Change”. Links and Resources www.triviumlifeservices.org What Works (and Doesn't) in Reducing Recidivism by Edward J. Latessa, Shelley J. Listwan, Deborah Koetzle. Call to Action Want more information on the services offered by Trivium Life Services or how to support our mission? Visit our website at www.triviumlifeservices.org. Podcast and host information Hi! I'm Michelle Schaller, Senior Director of Behavioral Health, your host for this series of podcasts by Trivium Life Services. Each week, I'll be introducing you to real professionals who dedicate their lives to helping others, and individuals who have found hope amidst their struggles with mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, and those with intellectual and physical disabilities. Our aim is to reduce the prejudices and misconceptions surrounding these challenges and create awareness and understanding in our communities. Disclaimer The contents of this podcast, including discussions, interviews, and shared resources, are for informational and educational purposes only. They are not intended to serve as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you are a victim of domestic violence or intimate partner violence, contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) or visit the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence website at www.ncadv.org. If you are in immediate danger, call 911. Acknowledgements Special thanks to Webberized Inc for their invaluable contribution to this episode. To learn more about their services visit them at www.webberized.com.
On episode 446 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Sandra Shallcross, PhD, LP regarding her use of evidence-based, cutting-edge strategies for to combat burnout and moral distress in healthcare professionals. In the course of their conversation, Keith and Dr. Shallcross discuss how commonly used, well-meaning, yet cookie-cutter wellness and self-care techniques cannot get to the core of the moral distress and burnout being experienced by healthcare professionals at this time in history. The solution to the many dangerously ubiquitous challenges to the health and well-being of thousands of healthcare professionals worldwide lies in addressing both systemic issues and individual narratives that stand in the way of healing. Dr. Shallcross's "Joy in Practice" online course offers a comprehensive yet efficient approach to achieving real change. Sandra Shallcross, PhD, LP received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Minnesota and completed a fellowship in Trauma Psychology at the Minneapolis VA Medical Center. She has devoted much of her career to exploring the core dimensions of human resilience and purpose. In 2015, she embarked on a mission to change the landscape of healthcare practitioner training. She has carefully crafted resources across educational modalities, from one-on-one services, to dynamic presentations and transformative workshops. In 2022, Dr. Shallcross expanded her services to create Restore Health Academy, an accessible, online resource grounded in cutting-edge clinician well-being approaches. She is committed to foregrounding gold-standard, evidence-based strategies in all her training, including cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based practices. Her teaching, informed by 25 years of personal practice in yoga and meditation, is rooted in compassion and an ethical dedication to supporting the well-being of clinicians and patients alike. Connect with Dr. Sandra Shallcross: The Restore Health Academy Dr. Shallcross on LinkedIn ----------- Did you know that you can now earn CEUs from listening to podcasts? That's right — over at RNegade.pro, they're building a library of nursing podcasts offering continuing education credits, including episodes of The Nurse Keith Show! So just head over to RNegade.pro, log into the portal, select Nurse Keith (or any other Content Creator) from the Content Creator dropdown, and get CEs for any content on the platform! Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. Connect with Nurse Keith at NurseKeith.com, and on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Nurse Keith lives in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico with his lovely fiancée, Shada McKenzie, a highly gifted traditional astrologer and reader of the tarot. You can find Shada at The Circle and the Dot. The Nurse Keith Show is a proud member of The Health Podcast Network, one of the largest and fastest-growing collections of authoritative, high-quality podcasts taking on the tough topics in health and care with empathy, expertise, and a commitment to excellence. The podcast is adroitly produced by Rob Johnston of 520R Podcasting, and Mark Capispisan is our stalwart social media ringmaster and newsletter wrangler.
With harvest well underway and the end of the year looming, many farmers are starting to think about what equipment they might upgrade or purchase before 2024 arrives. And there is a lot to consider. From the increasing opportunity to acquire autonomous tools like grain carts to upgrades on tractors, combines, and implements, the world of farm equipment is advancing fast, and staying on top of the latest can feel like a fulltime job. Luckily, it literally is Progressive Farmer Senior Editor Dan Miller's full time job, and he spent his summer and fall at shows like Farm Progress and keeping up with the latest releases directly from major manufacturers. We'll dive into what he's learned about new releases, and get a look under the hood of his big story about the shortage of equipment technicians, and what the big companies are doing about it. We'll talk training, job opportunities, and how competition for tech-savvy mechanics might only be increasing.Register for the 2023 DTN Ag Summit here.
Dr Joe Dusseldorp is a Reconstructive Plastic Surgeon. He completed his specialist training through the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, and graduated with Honours from University of Sydney Medical School. Joe didn't always know he wanted to be a surgeon, but when he unexpectedly discovered more about his family history, you can see it's not so surprising that he has found a deep sense of purpose in medicine.For more from Joe, please visit his website: https://www.joedusseldorp.com/ --As always, thanks so much for tuning into Breaking Brave! If you like the show, please subscribe, review, and/or send us your suggestions or questions via the platforms below! For more from Marilyn Barefoot or to get in touch with her directly, please connect via:Marilyn's website: https://marilynbarefoot.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marilynbarefootbigideas/ Twitter: @MarilynBarefoot Instagram: @marilynbarefoot ABOUT Marilyn Barefoot, the Host of Breaking Brave:Breaking Brave is Hosted by Marilyn Barefoot, one of the foremost business coaches & creative ideators in North America - Marilyn gets hired by several of the world's biggest brands, companies, and organizations (the NHL, McDonald's, Deloitte, Coca-Cola, MTV, Viacom, The CFL, Forbes Magazine; to name just a few) to help them get unstuck and generate big, creative ideas.It helps us so much to have your feedback which goes a really long way in helping us shape the future of Breaking Brave and host the guests you're most interested in hearing from! So if you have the time, please subscribe, review, and connect with Marilyn on social media or through her website! And as always, thanks so much for tuning in!
Join us on a cutting-edge episode where talk all things knives with Evan Seimbida, a master craftsman from Siembida Custom Knives. If you've ever wondered about the intricate details of knives, the importance of ergonomics, or the pros and cons of different blade options, you're about to discover a wealth of knowledge. Evan, with his deep expertise, guides us through a lively discussion, offering insights on the recent trend shift from replaceable blade knives to fixed blade options.Our conversation doesn't stop at blades, we also carve our way through the complex world of knife steels and the importance of finding a balanced steel that suits your specific needs. Evan introduces his Magpie model, a versatile do-it-all knife that embodies the principles of balance and multifunctionality. We talk the significance of ergonomics in knife selection. We share our favorite handle materials, ranging from carbon fiber and G-Carta to stabilized woods and ivory. So, join us for a conversation that's sure to be a cut above the rest for both knife enthusiasts and novices alike. GEAR THAT I USE Please Leave Us a Review on your podcast platform! WATCH this podcast on YouTube! > https://www.youtube.com/@jordan-budd Visit our website to submit a question, give feedback or request a topic > http://www.jordan-budd.com Drop us an audio voicemail to be heard on the podcast! > www.speakpipe.com/toolkit Follow me on Instagram @jordan.budd and Facebook, at Jordan Budd. Thank you to our partners: www.firstlite.com www.sigsauer.com www.onxhunt.com www.themeateater.com
Facelift surgery has come a long way since the 1980's, amplifying the degree of correction and preserving a natural look. Dr. Sherrell Aston, a leader in facelifting, joins Dr. Bass to discuss the evolution of facelift techniques and how they are customized to each patient. In the last 40 years, the focus has moved from lifting the skin to altering the underlying foundation, removing excess skin, and redraping over a changed foundation in the face, cheeks, neck, and jawline. Today, the facelift is often combined with other treatments for well-rounded, dramatic, long-lasting results. It can be complemented with fat transfer into areas of the face with lost volume, or radio frequency technology such as FaceTite or AccuTite or Morpheus8 to improve the quality of skin. While the facelift/necklift is the gold standard for facial rejuvenation, there's not a single best technique for how that procedure is performed. The approach is customized to every patient not cookie cutter. Hear about current controversies in facelift technique from the experts. Learn more about the various facelift techniques Drs. Bass and Aston use regularly, in what circumstances they find a mini facelift or neck lift alone to deliver meaningful results, and why they advise against getting continuous filler treatments when it's time for surgery. About Dr. Sherrell Aston Dr. Sherrell Aston is a professor of plastic surgery at New York University, a past president of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and was the chair of plastic surgery at Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital for 23 years. He also has run an international symposium that was for many years the largest aesthetic plastic surgery meeting in the world. Learn more about Dr. Sherrell Aston About Dr. Lawrence Bass Innovator. Industry veteran. In-demand Park Avenue board certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Lawrence Bass is a true master of his craft, not only in the OR but as an industry pioneer in the development and evaluation of new aesthetic technologies. With locations in both Manhattan (on Park Avenue between 62nd and 63rd Streets) and in Great Neck, Long Island, Dr. Bass has earned his reputation as the plastic surgeon for the most discerning patients in NYC and beyond. To learn more, visit the Bass Plastic Surgery website or follow the team on Instagram @drbassnyc Subscribe to the Park Avenue Plastic Surgery Class newsletter to be notified of new episodes & receive exclusive invitations, offers, and information from Dr. Bass.
This episode is all about Tirich Mir in Pakistan's High Hindu Kush. This past summer, two Japanese climbers completed an ascent of the secretive north face of this 7,708-meter mountain—an isolated wall that probably had never been attempted before. For the last decade, Kazuya Hiraide and Kenro Nakajima have formed one of the most successful partnerships in the world for lightweight, alpine-style new routes on high 7,000-meter peaks. Kazuya had dreamed of climbing Tirich Mir for more than 20 years, and the route they pieced together was a creative and committing solution to a very complex mountaineering problem. We'll also hear about their next goal: an audacious attempt on an alpine-style ascent of K2's west face. To introduce Tirich Mir and its long history, we spoke with AAJ senior editor Lindsay Griffin, an expert in the climbing history of the Greater Ranges. Among other things, we learn why a member of the first ascent party carried a huge rock to the summit! The Cutting Edge is presented by Hilleberg the Tentmaker, with additional support from Bivouac Coffee and Blue Ice. This podcast is hosted and produced by AAJ editor Dougald MacDonald and is published by the American Alpine Club.
With David Schultz, a psychotherapist who created the Mind Targeting™ method to guide his clients to a deeper understanding of self through "parts work" and thinking of self as a system. David helps his executive and entrepreneur clients around the world increase their capacity for leadership through this work. David holds Doctorate and Masters degrees in Clinical Psychology (CSPP), accredited by the American Psychological Association, a Masters in Research Psychology from California State University, Long Beach), and a Bachelor of Science in Business. He has worked with and trained many psychotherapists, business coaches and graduate students around the world in the Mind Targeting™ Method. Join us for this conversation where we dive into the world of inner dialogue and personal growth. In this episode, we explore the transformative power of using parts work and language to help clients better understand and relate to their own emotions and desires leading to resolving the dissonance among them. David also shares his valuable insights on the roles of inner parts in shaping personalities, and practical conflict resolution through his Mind Targeting™ Method.
Ralph and Kasim delve deep into the intricacies of business, from the art of evaluating copy to the power of surrounding oneself with the right minds. They share invaluable insights, including a game-changing method for assessing ideas and the potential pitfalls that can cost millions. As we navigate through real-life experiences, strategies, and revelations, listeners will uncover the secrets to mastering business and the essence of smart networking. Dive in for a transformative journey that promises to reshape your business perspective.Chapters:00:00:00 - Strategic Lead Generation: Elevating Business Success00:03:08 - Mastering Networking: Strategies for Introverted Marketers00:04:17 - Collaborative Innovations: The Role of Community and Accountability00:08:57 - Specializing for Success: The Value of Niche Marketing00:11:21 - Excellence in Digital Marketing: Our Ascendancy to Global Leadership00:12:51 - The Financial Edge: Harnessing Passive Income for Stability00:17:25 - Digital Marketing Evolution: Lessons from Costly Oversights00:20:01 - Power Connections: Effective Networking for the Modern CMO00:21:26 - Boundary-Pushing Insights: Where Inspiration Meets Strategy00:25:30 - Building Marketing Communities: Aligning with the Right Minds for Growth00:28:22 - Elevate Our Voice: A Plea for Podcast Feedback and RatingsLINKS AND RESOURCES:Tier 11 JobsPerpetual Traffic on YouTubeTiereleven.comSolutions 8 Perpetual Traffic SurveyPerpetual Traffic WebsiteFollow Perpetual Traffic on TwitterConnect with Kasim on Twitter and Connect with Ralph on LinkedInThanks so much for joining us this week. Want to subscribe to Perpetual Traffic? Have some feedback you'd like to share? Connect with us on iTunes and leave us a review!
In this episode, Uzair talks to Dr. Bilal Khatri about his journey from Iqra University to Freiburg, where he is currently doing cutting-edge scientific research. We talked about the difference in how sciences are taught in Germany and Pakistan, why teaching the scientific method is important, and how innovation is going to transform our society. We also talked about how young students from places like Pakistan can do cutting-edge research in Europe, with Bilal sharing some thoughts on how to go about settling in a non-English speaking country. Bilal Khatri completed his Bachelors in Electronic Engineering from Iqra University, Karachi, Pakistan and his Masters in Microsystems Engineering from the University of Freiburg, Germany. In 2019, he completed his PhD on the development and characterization of functional composite materials for additive manufacturing (3D-printing) technologies. Since then, he is working as a postdoctoral researcher and academic at the Institute for Sustainable Systems Engineering (INATECH) at the University of Freiburg. His research interests include additive manufacturing, hybrid and composite materials with tailored properties, and the development of more sustainable materials and processes as well as circular strategies for materials used in the automotive and aerospace sectors. Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 1:20 Bilal's educational journey 8:30 How to adjust to life in Germany 13:10 Education in Pakistan v. Germany 26:35 State of scientific research in manufacturing 43:30 Innovation and its potential for Pakistan 55:05 Risks from rapid innovation to developing countries 1:16:30 Reading recommendations Reading recommendations: - Materials and Sustainable Development by Michael F. Ashby - No Bad Parts by Richard Schwartz - Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality by Eliezer Yudkowsky
In this episode, we delve into the cutting-edge advancements in cognitive assessments. Our host, Christopher Habig, welcomes Tom O'Neill, the CEO of Cognivue, to Healthcare Americana. Together, they explore the pressing questions of how we can improve healthcare practices and whether we should embrace new innovations just because they are available.The pair addresses the growing concern that our bodies are often outliving our minds, leading to a rise in cognitive impairments, including mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease. Tom sheds light on the transformation of cognitive assessments, which traditionally relied on outdated paper-and-pencil tests. Cognivue, on the other hand, offers a game-like approach to cognitive evaluation. The podcast episode highlights the importance of cognitive assessments not only as a diagnostic tool but also as a means to educate patients about modifiable risk factors, such as lifestyle, exercise, and diet, which can significantly impact brain health. Tom emphasizes the need for a collaborative approach in addressing cognitive health, combining innovative medications and lifestyle changes to combat conditions like dementia and Alzheimer's.More on Freedom Healthworks & FreedomDocSubscribe at https://healthcareamericana.com/episodes/More on Tom O'Neill & CognivueFollow Healthcare Americana:Instagram & LinkedIN
Jennifer Williams is a distinguished US Navy Veteran, an esteemed international speaker, and a fervent advocate for global education. With an unwavering commitment to fostering tailored learning experiences, Jennifer champions the development of blended learning programs that cater to the unique needs of individual students, nurturing their academic success within a supportive environment. At the forefront of Jennifer's mission is empowering individuals to discover their ideal career paths, both domestically and internationally. In early 2022, she embarked on the establishment of GPS (Global Pathways for Success). This groundbreaking initiative offers access to over 65+ career tracks and 50+ pathways, equipping students with more than 100 certifications across various industries. Jennifer's vision is to train and support students and adults worldwide in finding fulfilling careers they are passionate about. While GPS currently focuses on Career and Technical Education (CTE), the ultimate goal is to expand its reach to include an international K-12 school. “Social emotional learning is important. You're not gonna like everybody that you work with in the future and they are not gonna like you... and that's okay." - Jennifer Williams Time Stamps 00:27 – Welcome to the ‘Strong by Design' podcast 00:58- Get to know today's special guest, Jennifer Williams 1:45 - Unlocking opportunities: What is the 'Global Pathways' Academy? 3:00 - Discover how the 'Career Discovery' courses guide the passive seekers 8:00 - The 'Aha!' moment: Jennifer on what inspired her to launch an online school 10:35 - Jennifer reveals the secrets to keeping students engaged in digital learning 14:00 - Beyond the books: Redefining education through life skills, critical thinking and social-emotional learning 17:38 - How 'Global Pathways' addresses the issue of limited access to technology and the internet 20:16 - Jennifer talks about how 'Global Pathways' raises funds for scholarships and teachers 24:18 - Empowering minds, everywhere: 'Global Pathways' mission in online curriculum 29:16 - 'Global Pathways' teaching positions: Where to apply and make an impact 31:39 - Online education and socialization: How to keep your child connected 33:51 - Cyberbullying: What is it and why is it vital to educate students about internet safety 36:02 - How 'Global Pathways' defines and measures student success 39:39 - Into the future: What's next for 'Global Pathways' and where you can go to connect with Jennifer Williams Resources: Global Pathways Academy Connect w/ Jennifer: Facebook LinkedIn Email – email@example.com Connect w/ CriticalBench: Youtube Facebook Instagram CriticalBench.com StrongByDesignPodcast.com
Happy Opening Night! This week we reveal the results from our initial straw poll of league executives and anonymous sources, who share some thoughts and predictions on NBA MVP, ROY, COY, 6th Man, MIP and DPOY. Swish FM is Chris Wendelken and Ben Craw. Joining us as always is friend of the pod Brandon Lisy AKA Whammy. SWISH FM:Web: SwishFM.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @SwishFMRadioInstagram: @SwishFMRadioApple: apple.co/2NXjMP8Spotify: spoti.fi/2T7ZmjYGoogle: bit.ly/32KIiWsiHeart: ihr.fm/312LC1lMUSIC: Artist: LetheretteAlbum: Brown Lounge, Vol. 1Title: Montego FuzzLabel: WulfApple: apple.co/2kyOBLOSpotify: spoti.fi/2kqAhoT
After a brief hiatus, Swish FM is back! (The Rewindables will be back at the usual time on Monday.) This week we weigh in with questions for every team in the Eastern Conference headed into the upcoming NBA season.Swish FM is Chris Wendelken and Ben Craw. Joining us for some preseason chatter is friend of the pod Brandon Lisy AKA Whammy. SWISH FM:Web: SwishFM.comEmail: email@example.comTwitter: @SwishFMRadioInstagram: @SwishFMRadioApple: apple.co/2NXjMP8Spotify: spoti.fi/2T7ZmjYGoogle: bit.ly/32KIiWsiHeart: ihr.fm/312LC1lMUSIC: Artist: LetheretteAlbum: Brown Lounge, Vol. 1Title: Montego FuzzLabel: WulfApple: apple.co/2kyOBLOSpotify: spoti.fi/2kqAhoT