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Screaming in the Cloud
Authentication Matters with Dan Moore of FusionAuth

Screaming in the Cloud

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About DanDan Moore is head of developer relations for FusionAuth, where he helps share information about authentication, authorization and security with developers building all kinds of applications.A former CTO, AWS certification instructor, engineering manager and a longtime developer, he's been writing software for (checks watch) over 20 years.Links Referenced: FusionAuth: https://fusionauth.io Twitter: https://twitter.com/mooreds TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at AWS AppConfig. Engineers love to solve, and occasionally create, problems. But not when it's an on-call fire-drill at 4 in the morning. Software problems should drive innovation and collaboration, NOT stress, and sleeplessness, and threats of violence. That's why so many developers are realizing the value of AWS AppConfig Feature Flags. Feature Flags let developers push code to production, but hide that that feature from customers so that the developers can release their feature when it's ready. This practice allows for safe, fast, and convenient software development. You can seamlessly incorporate AppConfig Feature Flags into your AWS or cloud environment and ship your Features with excitement, not trepidation and fear. To get started, go to snark.cloud/appconfig. That's snark.cloud/appconfig.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Sysdig. Sysdig secures your cloud from source to run. They believe, as do I, that DevOps and security are inextricably linked. If you wanna learn more about how they view this, check out their blog, it's definitely worth the read. To learn more about how they are absolutely getting it right from where I sit, visit Sysdig.com and tell them that I sent you. That's S Y S D I G.com. And my thanks to them for their continued support of this ridiculous nonsense.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. I am joined today on this promoted episode, which is brought to us by our friends at FusionAuth by Dan Moore, who is their head of DevRel at same. Dan, thank you for joining me.Dan: Corey, thank you so much for having me.Corey: So, you and I have been talking for a while. I believe it predates not just you working over at FusionAuth but me even writing the newsletter and the rest. We met on a leadership Slack many years ago. We've kept in touch ever since, and I think, I haven't run the actual numbers on this, but I believe that you are at the top of the leaderboard right now for the number of responses I have gotten to various newsletter issues that I've sent out over the years.And it's always something great. It's “Here's a link I found that I thought that you might appreciate.” And we finally sat down and met each other in person, had a cup of coffee somewhat recently, and the first thing you asked was, “Is it okay that I keep doing this?” And at the bottom of the newsletter is “Hey, if you've seen something interesting, hit reply and let me know.” And you'd be surprised how few people actually take me up on it. So, let me start by thanking you for being as enthusiastic a contributor of the content as you have been.Dan: Well, I appreciate that. And I remember the first time I ran across your newsletter and was super impressed by kind of the breadth of it. And I guess my way of thanking you is to just send you interesting tidbits that I run across. And it's always fun when I see one of the links that I sent go into the newsletter because what you provide is just such a service to the community. So, thank you.Corey: The fun part, too, is that about half the time that you send a link in, I already have it in my queue, or I've seen it before, but not always. I talked to Jeff Barr about this a while back, and apparently, a big Amazonian theme that he lives by is two is better than zero. He'd rather two people tell him about a thing than no one tells him about the thing. And I've tried to embody that. It's the right answer, but it's also super tricky to figure out what people have heard or haven't heard. It leads to interesting places. But enough about my nonsense. Let's talk about your nonsense instead. So, FusionAuth; what do you folks do over there?Dan: So, FusionAuth is an auth provider, and we offer a Community Edition, which is downloadable for free; we also offer premium editions, but the space we play in is really CIAM, which is Customer Identity Access Management. Very similar to Auth0 or Cognito that some of your listeners might have heard of.Corey: If people have heard about Cognito, it's usually bracketed by profanity, in one direction or another, but I'm sure we'll get there in a minute. I will say that I never considered authentication to be a differentiator between services that I use. And then one day I was looking for a tool—I'm not going to name what it was just because I don't really want to deal with the angry letters and whatnot—but I signed up for this thing to test it out, and “Oh, great. So, what's my password?” “Oh, we don't use passwords. We just every time you want to log in, we're going to email you a link and then you go ahead and click the link.”And I hadn't seen something like that before. And my immediate response to that was, “Okay, this feels like an area they've decided to innovate in.” Their core business is basically information retention and returning it to you—basically any CRUD app. Yay. I don't think this is where I want them to be innovating.I want them to use the tried and true solutions, not build their own or be creative on this stuff, so it was a contributor to me wanting to go in a different direction. When you start doing things like that, there's no multi-factor authentication available and you start to wonder, how have they implemented this? What corners have they cut? Who's reviewed this? It just gave me a weird feeling.And that was sort of the day I realized that authentication for me is kind of like crypto, by which I mean cryptography, not cryptocurrency, I want to be very clear on, here. You should not roll your own cryptography, you should not roll your own encryption, you should buy off-the-shelf unless you're one of maybe five companies on the planet. Spoiler, if you're listening to this, you are almost certainly not one of them.Dan: [laugh]. Yeah. So, first of all, I've been at FusionAuth for a couple of years. Before I came to FusionAuth, I had rolled my own authentication a couple of times. And what I've realized working there is that it really is—there a couple of things worth unpacking here.One is you can now buy or leverage open-source libraries or other providers a lot more than you could 15 or 20 years ago. So, it's become this thing that can be snapped into your architecture. The second is, auth is the front door to application. And while it isn't really that differentiated—I don't think most applications, as you kind of alluded to, should innovate there—it is kind of critical that it runs all the time that it's safe and secure, that it's accessible, that it looks like your application.So, at the same time, it's undifferentiated, right? Like, at the end of the day, people just want to get through authentication and authorization schemes into your application. That is really the critical thing. So, it's undifferentiated, it's critical, it needs to be highly available. Those are all things that make it a good candidate for outsourcing.Corey: There are a few things to unpack there. First is that everything becomes commoditized in the fullness of time. And this is a good thing. Back in the original dotcom bubble, there were entire teams of engineers at all kinds of different e-commerce companies that were basically destroying themselves trying to build an online shopping cart. And today you wind up implementing Shopify or something like it—which is usually Shopify—and that solves the problem for you. This is no longer a point of differentiation.If I want to start selling physical goods on the internet, it feels like it'll take me half an hour or so to wind up with a bare-bones shopping cart thing ready to go, and then I just have to add inventory. Authentication feels like it was kind of the same thing. I mean, back in that song from early on in internet history “Code Monkey” talks about building a login page as part of it, and yeah, that was a colossal pain. These days, there are a bunch of different ways to do that with folks who spend their entire careers working on this exact problem so you can go and work on something that is a lot more core and central to the value that your business ostensibly provides. And that seems like the right path to go down.But this does lead to the obvious counter-question of how is it that you differentiate other than, you know, via marketing, which again, not the worst answer in the world, but it also turns into skeezy marketing. “Yes, you should use this other company's option, or you could use ours and we don't have any intentional backdoors in our version.” “Hmm. That sounds more suspicious and more than a little bit frightening. Tell me more.” “No, legal won't let me.” And it's “Okay.” Aside from the terrible things, how do you differentiate?Dan: I liked that. That was an oddly specific disclaimer, right? Like, whenever a company says, “Oh, yeah, no.” [laugh].Corey: “My breakfast cereal has less arsenic than leading brands.”Dan: Perfect. So yeah, so FusionAuth realizes that, kind of, there are a lot of options out there, and so we've chosen to niche down. And one of the things that we really focus on is the CIAM market. And that stands for Customer Identity Access Management. And we can dive into that a little bit later if you want to know more about that.We have a variety of deployment options, which I think differentiates us from a lot of the SaaS providers out there. You can run us as a self-hosted option with, by the way, professional-grade support, you can use us as a SaaS provider if you don't want to run it yourself. We are experts in operating this piece of software. And then thirdly, you can move between them, right? It's your data, so if you start out and you're bare bones and you want to save money, you can start with self-hosted, when you grow, move to the SaaS version.Or we actually have some bigger companies that kickstart on the SaaS version because they want to get going with this integration problem and then later, as they build out their capabilities, they want the option to move it in-house. So, that is a really key differentiator for us. The last one I'd say is we're really dev-focused. Who isn't, right? Everyone says they're dev-focused, but we live that in terms of our APIs, in terms of our documentation, in terms of our open development process. Like, there's actually a GitHub issues list you can go look on the FusionAuth GitHub profile and it shows exactly what we have planned for the next couple of releases.Corey: If you go to one of my test reference applications, lasttweetinaws.com, as of the time of this recording at least, it asks you to authenticate with your Twitter account. And you can do that, and it's free; I don't charge for any of these things. And once you're authenticated, you can use it to author Twitter threads because I needed it to exist, first off, and secondly, it makes a super handy test app to try out a whole bunch of different things.And one of the reasons you can just go and use it without registering an account for this thing or anything else was because I tried to set that up in an early version with Cognito and immediately gave the hell up and figured, all right, if you can find the URL, you can use this thing because the experience was that terrible. If instead, I had gone down the path of using FusionAuth, what would have made that experience different, other than the fact that Cognito was pretty clearly a tech demo at best rather than something that had any care, finish, spit and polish went into it.Dan: So, I've used Cognito. I'm not going to bag on Cognito, I'm going to leave that to—[laugh].Corey: Oh, I will, don't worry. I'll do all the bagging on Cognito you'd like because the problem is, and I want to be clear on this point, is that I didn't understand what it was doing because the interface was arcane, and the failure mode of everything in this entire sector, when the interface is bad, the immediate takeaway is not “This thing's a piece of crap.” It's, “Oh, I'm bad at this. I'm just not smart enough.” And it's insulting, and it sets me off every time I see it. So, if I feel like I'm coming across as relatively annoyed by the product, it's because it made me feel dumb. That is one of those cardinal sins, from my perspective. So, if you work on that team, please reach out. I would love to give you a laundry list of feedback. I'm not here to make you feel bad about your product; I'm here to make you feel bad about making your customers feel bad. Now please, Dan, continue.Dan: Sure. So, I would just say that one of the things that we've strived to do for years and years is translate some of the arcane IAM Identity Access Management jargon into what normal developers expect. And so, we don't have clients in our OAuth implementation—although they really are clients if you're an RFC junkie—we have applications, right? We have users, we have groups, we have all these things that are what users would expect, even though underlying them they're based on the same standards that, frankly, Cognito and Auth0 and a lot of other people use as well.But to get back to your question, I would say that, if you had chosen to use FusionAuth, you would have had a couple of advantages. The first is, as I mentioned, kind of the developer friendliness and the extensive documentation, example applications. The second would be a themeability. And this is something that we hear from our clients over and over again, is Cognito is okay if you stay within the lines in terms of your user interface, right? If you just want to login form, if you want to stay between lines and you don't want to customize your application's login page at all.We actually provide you with HTML templates. It's actually using a language called FreeMarker, but they let you do whatever the heck you want. Now, of course, with great power comes great responsibility. Now, you own that piece, right, and we do have some more simple customization you can do if all you want to do is change the color. But most of our clients are the kind of folks who really want their application login screen to look exactly like their application, and so they're willing to take on that slightly heavier burden. Unfortunately, Cognito doesn't give you that option at all, as far as I can tell when I've kicked the tires on it. The theming is—how I put this politely—some of our clients have found the theming to be lacking.Corey: That's part of the issue where when I was looking at all the reference implementations, I could find for Cognito, it went from “Oh, you have your own app, and its branding, and the rest,” and bam, suddenly, you're looking right, like, you're logging into an AWS console sub-console property because of course they have those. And it felt like “Oh, great. If I'm going to rip off some company's design aesthetic wholesale, I'm sorry, Amazon is nowhere near anywhere except the bottom 10% of that list, I've got to say. I'm sorry, but it is not an aesthetically pleasing site, full stop. So, why impose that on customers?”It feels like it's one of those things where—like, so many Amazon service teams say, “We're going to start by building a minimum lovable product.” And it's yeah, it's a product that only a parent could love. And the problem is, so many of them don't seem to iterate beyond that do a full-featured story. And this is again, this is not every AWS service. A lot of them are phenomenal and grow into themselves over time.One of the best rags-to-riches stories that I can recall is EFS, their Elastic File System, for an example. But others, like Cognito just sort of seem to sit and languish for so long that I've basically given up hope. Even if they wind up eventually fixing all of these problems, the reputation has been cemented at this point. They've got to give it a different terrible name.Dan: I mean, here's the thing. Like, EFS, if it looks horrible, right, or if it has, like, a toughest user experience, guess what? Your users are devs. And if they're forced to use it, they will. They can sometimes see the glimmers of the beauty that is kind of embedded, right, the diamond in the rough. If your users come to a login page and see something ugly, you immediately have this really negative association. And so again, the login and authentication process is really the front door of your application, and you just need to make sure that it shines.Corey: For me at least, so much of what's what a user experience or user takeaway is going to be about a company's product starts with their process of logging into it, which is one of the reasons that I have challenges with the way that multi-factor auth can be presented, like, “Step one, login to the thing.” Oh, great. Now, you have to fish out your YubiKey, or you have to go check your email for a link or find a code somewhere and punch it in. It adds friction to a process. So, when you have these services or tools that oh, your session will expire every 15 minutes and you have to do that whole thing again to log back in, it's ugh, I'm already annoyed by the time I even look at anything beyond just the login stuff.And heaven forbid, like, there are worse things, let's be very clear here. For example, if I log in to a site, and I'm suddenly looking at someone else's account, yeah, that's known as a disaster and I don't care how beautiful the design aesthetic is or how easy to use it is, we're done here. But that is job zero: the security aspect of these things. Then there's all the polish that makes it go from something that people tolerate because they have to into something that, in the context of a login page I guess, just sort of fades into the background.Dan: That's exactly what you want, right? It's just like the old story about the sysadmin. People only notice when things are going wrong. People only care about authentication when it stops them from getting into what they actually want to do, right? No one ever says, “Oh, my gosh, that login experience was so amazing for that application. I'm going to come back to that application,” right? They notice when it's friction, they noticed when it's sand in the gears.And our goal at FusionAuth, obviously, security is job zero because as you said, last thing you want is for a user to have access to some other user's data or to be able to escalate their privileges, but after that, you want to fade in the background, right? No one comes to FusionAuth and builds a whole application on top of it, right? We are one component that plugs into your application and lets you get on to the fundamentals of building the features that your users really care about, and then wraps your whole application in a blanket of security, essentially.Corey: I'll take even one more example before we just drive this point home in a way that I hope resonates with folks. Everyone has an opinion on logging into AWS properties because “Oh, what about your Amazon account?” At which point it's “Oh, sit down. We're going for a ride here. Are you talking about amazon.com account? Are you talking about the root account for my AWS account? Are you talking about an IAM user? Are you talking about the service formerly known as AWS SSO that's now IAM Identity Center users? Are you talking about their Chime user account? Are you talking about your repost forum account?” And so, on and so on and so on. I'm sure I'm missing half a dozen right now off the top of my head.Yeah, that's awful. I've been also developing lately on top of Google Cloud, and it is so far to the opposite end of that spectrum that it's suspicious and more than a little bit frightening. When I go to console.cloud.google.com, I am boom, there. There is no login approach, which on the one hand, I definitely appreciate, just from a pure perspective of you're Google, you track everything I do on the internet. Thank you for not insulting my intelligence by pretending you don't know who I am when I log into your Cloud Console.Counterpoint, when I log into the admin portal for my Google Workspaces account, admin.google.com, it always re-prompts for a password, which is reasonable. You'd think that stuff running production might want to do something like that, in some cases. I would not be annoyed if it asked me to just type in a password again when I get to the expensive things that have lasting repercussions.Although, given my personality, logging into Gmail can have massive career repercussions as soon as I hit send on anything. I digress. It is such a difference from user experience and ease-of-use that it's one of those areas where I feel like you're fighting something of a losing battle, just because when it works well, it's glorious to the point where you don't notice it. When authentication doesn't work well, it's annoying. And there's really no in between.Dan: I don't have anything to say to that. I mean, I a hundred percent agree that it's something that you could have to get right and no one cares, except for when you get it wrong. And if your listeners can take one thing away from this call, right, I know it's we're sponsored by FusionAuth, I want to rep Fusion, I want people to be aware of FusionAuth, but don't roll your own, right? There are a lot of solutions out there. I hope you evaluate FusionAuth, I hope you evaluate some other solutions, but this is such a critical thing and Corey has laid out [laugh] in multiple different ways, the ways it can ruin your user experience and your reputation. So, look at something that you can build or a library that you can build on top of. Don't roll your own. Please, please don't.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by Honeycomb. When production is running slow, it's hard to know where problems originate. Is it your application code, users, or the underlying systems? I've got five bucks on DNS, personally. Why scroll through endless dashboards while dealing with alert floods, going from tool to tool to tool that you employ, guessing at which puzzle pieces matter? Context switching and tool sprawl are slowly killing both your team and your business. You should care more about one of those than the other; which one is up to you. Drop the separate pillars and enter a world of getting one unified understanding of the one thing driving your business: production. With Honeycomb, you guess less and know more. Try it for free at honeycomb.io/screaminginthecloud. Observability: it's more than just hipster monitoring.Corey: So, tell me a little bit more about how it is that you folks think about yourselves in just in terms of the market space, for example. The idea of CIAM, customer IAM, it does feel viscerally different than traditional IAM in the context of, you know, AWS, which I use all the time, but I don't think I have the vocabulary to describe it without sounding like a buffoon. What is the definition between the two, please? Or the divergence, at least?Dan: Yeah, so I mean, not to go back to AWS services, but I'm sure a lot of your listeners are familiar with them. AWS SSO or the artist formerly known as AWS SSO is IAM, right? So, it's Workforce, right, and Workforce—Corey: And it was glorious, to the point where I felt like it was basically NDA'ed from other service teams because they couldn't talk about it. But this was so much nicer than having to juggle IAM keys and sessions that timeout after an hour in the console. “What do you doing in the console?” “I'm doing ClickOps, Jeremy. Leave me alone.”It's just I want to make sure that I'm talking about this the right way. It feels like AWS SSO—creature formerly known as—and traditional IAM feels like they're directionally the same thing as far as what they target, as far as customer bases, and what they empower you to do.Dan: Absolutely, absolutely. There are other players in that same market, right? And that's the market that grew up originally: it's for employees. So, employees have this very fixed lifecycle. They have complicated relationships with other employees and departments in organizations, you can tell them what to do, right, you can say you have to enroll your MFA key or you are no longer employed with us.Customers have a different set of requirements, and yet they're crucial to businesses because customers are, [laugh] who pay you money, right? And so, things that customers do that employees don't: they choose to register; they pick you, you don't pick them; they have a wide variety of devices and expectations; they also have a higher expectation of UX polish. Again, with an IAM solution, you can kind of dictate to your employees because you're paying them money. With a customer identity access management solution, it is part of your product, in the same way, you can't really dictate features unless you have something that the customer absolutely has to have and there are no substitutes for it, you have to adjust to the customer demands. CIAM is more responsive to those demands and is a smoother experience.The other thing I would say is CIAM, also, frankly, has a simpler model. Most customers have access to applications, maybe they have a couple of roles that you know, an admin role, an editor role, a viewer role if you're kind of a media conglomerate, for an example, but they don't have necessarily the thicket of complexity that you might have to have an eye on, so it's just simpler to model.Corey: Here's an area that feels like it's on the boundary between them. I distinctly remember being actively annoyed a while back that I had to roll my marketing person her own entire AWS IAM account solely so that she could upload assets into an S3 bucket that was driving some other stuff. It feels very much like that is a better use case for something that is a customer IAM solution. Because if I screw up those permissions even slightly, well, congratulations, now I've inadvertently given someone access to wind up, you know, taking production down. It feels like it is way too close to things that are going to leave a mark, whereas the idea of a customer authentication story for something like that is awesome.And no please if you're listening to this, don't email me with this thing you built and put on the Marketplace that “Oh, it uses signed URLs and whatnot to wind up automatically federating an identity just for this one per—” Yes. I don't want to build something ridiculous and overwrought so a single person can update assets within S3. I promise I don't want to do that. It just ends badly.Dan: Well, that was the promise of Cognito, right? And that is actually one of the reasons you should stick with Cognito if you have super-detailed requirements that are all about AWS and permissions to things inside AWS. Cognito has that tight integration. And I assume—I haven't looked at some of the other big cloud providers, but I assume that some of the other ones have that similar level of integration. So yeah, so that my answer there would be Cognito is the CIAM solution that AWS has, so that is what I would expect it to be able to handle, relatively smoothly.Corey: A question I have for you about the product itself is based on a frustration I originally had with Cognito, which is that once you're in there and you are using that for authentication and you have users, there's no way for me to get access to the credentials of my users. I can't really do an export in any traditional sense. Is that possible with FusionAuth?Dan: Absolutely. So, your data is your data. And because we're a self-hosted or SaaS solution, if you're running it self-hosted, obviously you have access to the password hashes in your database. If you are—Corey: The hashes, not the plaintext passwords to be explicitly clear on this. [laugh].Dan: Absolutely the hashes. And we have a number of guides that help you get hashes from other providers into ours. We have a written export guide ourselves, but it's in the database and the schema is public. You can go download our schema right now. And if—Corey: And I assume you've used an industry standard hashing algorithm for this?Dan: Yeah, we have a number of different options. You can bring your own actually, if you want, and we've had people bring their own options because they have either special needs or they have an older thing that's not as secure. And so, they still want their users to be able to log in, so they write a plugin and then they import the users' hashes, and then we transparently re-encrypt with a more modern one. The default for us is PDK.Corey: I assume you do the re-encryption at login time because there's no other way for you to get that.Dan: Exactly. Yeah yeah yeah—Corey: Yeah.Dan: —because that's the only time we see the password, right? Like we don't see it any other time. But we support Bcrypt and other modern algorithms. And it's entirely configurable; if you want to set a factor, which basically is how—Corey: I want to use MD5 because I'm still living in 2003.Dan: [laugh]. Please don't use MD5. Second takeaway: don't roll your own and don't use MD5. Yeah, so it's very tweakable, but we shipped with a secured default, basically.Corey: I just want to clarify as well why this is actively important. I don't think people quite understand that in many cases, picking an authentication provider is one of those lasting decisions where migrations take an awful lot of work. And they probably should. There should be no mechanism by which I can export the clear text passwords. If any authentication provider advertises or offers such a thing, don't use that one. I'm going to be very direct on that point.The downside to this is that if you are going to migrate from any other provider to any other provider, it has to happen either slowly as in, every time people log in, it'll check with the old system and then migrate that user to the new one, or you have to force password resets for your entire customer base. And the problem with that is I don't care what story you tell me. If I get an email from one of my vendors saying “You now have to reset your password because we're migrating to their auth thing,” or whatnot, there's no way around it, there's no messaging that solves this, people will think that you suffered a data breach that you are not disclosing. And that is a heavy, heavy lift. Another pattern I've seen is it for a period of three months or whatnot, depending on user base, you will wind up having the plug in there, and anyone who logs in after that point will, “Ohh you need to reset your password. And your password is expired. Click here to reset.” That tends to be a little bit better when it's not the proactive outreach announcement, but it's still a difficult lift and it adds—again—friction to the customer experience.Dan: Yep. And the third one—which you imply it—is you have access to your password hashes. They're hashed in a secure manner. And trust me, even though they're hashed securely, like, if you contact FusionAuth and say, “Hey, I want to move off FusionAuth,” we will arrange a way to get you your database in a secure manner, right? It's going to be encrypted, we're going to have a separate password that we communicate with you out-of-band because this is—even if it is hashed and salted and handled correctly, it's still very, very sensitive data because credentials are the keys to the kingdom.So, but those are the three options, right? The slow migration, which is operationally expensive, the requiring the user to reset their password, which is horribly expensive from a user interface perspective, right, and the customer service perspective, or export your password hashes. And we think that the third option is the least of the evils because guess what? It's your data, right? It's your user data. We will help you be careful with it, but you own it.Corey: I think that there's a lot of seriously important nuance to the whole world of authentication. And the fact that this is such a difficult area to even talk about with folks who are not deeply steeped in that ecosystem should be an indication alone that this is the sort of thing that you definitely want to outsource to a company that knows what the hell they're doing. And it's not like other areas of tech where you can basically stumble your way through something. It's like “Well, I'm going to write a Lambda to go ahead and post some nonsense on Twitter.” “Okay, are you good at programming?” “Not even slightly, but I am persistent and brute force is a viable strategy, so we're going to go with that one.” “Great. Okay, that's awesome.”But authentication is one of those areas where mistakes will show. The reputational impact of losing data goes from merely embarrassing to potentially life-ruining for folks. The most stressful job I've ever had from a data security position wasn't when I was dealing with money—because that's only money, which sounds like a weird thing to say—it was when I did a brief stint at Grindr where people weren't out. In some countries, users could have wound up in jail or have been killed if their sexuality became known. And that was the stuff that kept me up at night.Compared to that, “Okay, you got some credit card numbers with that. What the hell do I care about that, relatively speaking?” It's like, “Yeah, it's well, my credit card number was stolen.” “Yeah, but did you die, though?” “Oh, you had to make a phone call and reset some stuff.” And I'm not trivializing the importance of data security. Especially, like, if you're a bank, and you're listening to this, and you're terrified, yeah, that's not what I'm saying at all. I'm just saying there are worse things.Dan: Sure. Yeah. I mean, I think that, unfortunately, the pandemic showed us that we're living more and more of our lives online. And the identity online and making sure that safe and secure is just critical. And again, not just for your employees, although that's really important, too, but more of your customer interactions are going to be taking place online because it's scalable, because it makes people money, because it allows for capabilities that weren't previously there, and you have to take that seriously. So, take care of your users' data. Please, please do that.Corey: And one of the best ways you can do that is by not touching the things that are commoditized in your effort to apply differentiation. That's why I will never again write my own auth system, with a couple of asterisks next to it because some of what I do is objectively horrifying, intentionally so. But if I care about the authentication piece, I have the good sense to pay someone else to do it for me.Dan: From personal experience, you mentioned at the beginning that we go back aways. I remember when I first discovered RDS, and I thought, “Oh, my God. I can outsource all this scut work, all of the database backups, all of the upgrades, all of the availability checking, right? Like, I can outsource this to somebody else who will take this off my plate.” And I was so thankful.And I don't—outside of, again, with some asterisks, right, there are places where I could consider running a database, but they're very few and far between—I feel like auth has entered that category. There are great providers like FusionAuth out there that are happy to take this off your plate and let you move forward. And in some ways, I'm not really sure which is more dangerous; like, not running a database properly or not running an auth system properly. They both give me shivers and I would hate to [laugh] hate to be forced to choose. But they're comparable levels of risk, so I a hundred percent agree, Corey.Corey: Dan, I really want to thank you for taking so much time to talk to me about your view of the world. If people want to learn more because you're not in their inboxes responding to newsletters every week, where's the best place to find you?Dan: Sure, you can find more about me at Twitter. I'm @mooreds, M-O-O-R-E-D-S. And you can learn more about FusionAuth and download it for free at fusionauth.io.Corey: And we will put links to all of that in the show notes. I really want to thank you again for just being so generous with your time. It's deeply appreciated.Dan: Corey, thank you so much for having me.Corey: Dan Moore, Head of DevRel at FusionAuth. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, along with an angry, insulting comment that will be attributed to someone else because they screwed up by rolling their own authentication.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Auto Collabs
Ringing the Bell with Dan Moore

Auto Collabs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 33:40 Transcription Available


Dan Moore helps us come back down to earth.It's easy to get caught up in the world of reports, gut feelings and keeping up with the Joneses. But Dan Moore of Vistadash has a way of seeing through the buzzwords and talking about what actually matters. Be prepared for metaphors, laughs and great insights into the world of business intelligence.What we talk about in this episode:0:00 Intro with Michael Cirillo, Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier.7:58 Having been through several acquisitions, Dan talks about the different ways that his company has had to navigate them.11:03 Dan thinks that Vistadash can be the biggest business intelligence platform in automotive. He talks about the difference between knowing the score and watching the game film.15:32 For most companies, data works best for you when there is a human element, according to Dan. We're still a ways off from a truly effective AI because the data volume isn't there.22:28 The three prongs of selling cars are the product, marketing, and the people and process. Making sure that you have the right mix of those three things is a key that Dan talks about.⭐️ Love the podcast? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider including your LinkedIn or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! We have a daily email! ✉️ Sign up for our free and fun-to-read daily email for a quick shot of relevant news in automotive retail, media, and pop culture.

The Cook & Joe Show
Transition Coming? What Was Tomlin Thinking? Can They Play Dan Moore

The Cook & Joe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 40:30


When will it flip at QB? What in the world was Mike Tomlin doing playing so many starters? Can they really start Dan Moore Jr. 

The Action Catalyst
Mind(s) Power, with Bill Ottman (Social Media, Web 3.0, Cryptocurrency, Joe Rogan, Meta)

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 20:11


Bill Ottman, CEO and co-founder of blockchain based, open source social network https://www.minds.com/ (Minds), talks to host Dan Moore about systems theory, web 3.0 and the decentralized internet, Facebook and the dawn of the Metaverse, cryptocurrency, hanging out on Joe Rogan's podcast, and more, in this wide-ranging, forward-looking interview. Mentioned in this episode: This episode is brought to you by Southwestern Coaching This episode is brought to you by Southwestern Coaching. https://the-action-catalyst.captivate.fm/southwesterncoaching (Southwestern Coaching)

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers
Dan Moore Jr., Pittsburgh Steelers' Most Improved OL in Training Camp / Omar Khan's Hot Start as GM

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:53 Very Popular


Chris Carter of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, hosts the Locked on Steelers podcast, and is joined by Jim Wexell, Steel City Insider at 24/7 Sports. The Pittsburgh Steelers needed their offensive line to make strides in progress this training camp, and Dan Moore Jr. has led the way. His camp battles with Alex Highsmith have helped him grow faster and maybe become an anchor to the future of the offensive line. Listen to Moore talk about his progress under Pat Meyer Is he the team's left tackle of the future? Jim Wexell joins Chris Carter to talk about how he could be around for a long time and why he could be very good, very soon. Also, Kevin Dotson talks about how he's much more comfortable in his muscle memory at left guard and will be more physical and technically sound this year. Are he and Moore the key to fixing the Steelers' OL? Finally, Omar Khan has now gotten team friendly extensions for Minkah Fitzpatrick, Chris Boswell and Diontae Johnson. What's behind his hot start? The secret is his steadying the ship alongside Mike Tomlin and following the Steelers' front office blueprint that he helped put together over several years. CALL INTO THE SHOW AT 412-223-6644 or if international, e-mail your audio message to LOSTEELERSTOPICBAG@GMAIL.COM Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P, and 'Too Easy' by Nerdboy. Both from their label Renaissance Music. Find more from their label here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens To make it easy, 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. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NFLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Action Catalyst
CLIP: Eating the Dogs, Burning the Boats

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 4:37


Inventor and entrepreneur https://www.tumalogroup.com/about-us (Travis Rosbach) and host Dan Moore explore the parallels between the first successful summit of Everest, and the founding of https://www.hydroflask.com/ (Hydro Flask), including how sometimes the greatest motivating force can be having no way out. Hear Travis' full interview in Episode 390 of The Action Catalyst.

The Essential 11
Dan Moore - A Man Who's Accomplishing Moore

The Essential 11

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 70:09


Dan Moore is a Sacramento native. He previously served as Sr. Director of Marketing for VinSolutions, before that he was the CEO at Smart Web Concepts, and he now is the President of Vistadash. Dan has plenty of experience with public speaking, traveling the country frequently giving keynote talks. On top of all that, he recently released his first book, Do Moore, Get More. Moore is a man of action, but he recognizes that in order to take action on the things that matter, one has to know what it is that actually matters to them, what's holding them back from actually doing it, and then know how to remove that barrier that is preventing their growth. He's passionate about helping others to do more. Now, hear his take on the Essential 11 questions. More places you can find Dan: Book - Do Moore, Get More Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mooreofdan/ Twitter - @mooreofdan Instagram - @mooreofdan

The Action Catalyst
Dan Moore on the Insumo "Habit Talks" Podcast

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 21:38


Our very own Dan Moore joins https://www.insumo.io/ (Insumo)'s Habit Talks podcast as a guest, exploring different aspects of finding and maintaining inspiration. Among the topics he discussed were practicing gratitude and grounding techniques such as box breathing, as well as some advice around adapting to the pandemic. Habit Talks host, Ceylan Ersoy, discusses how she seeks meaning and inspiration, how to leave a mark, pivots, and how to balance life. It's a great talk! Mentioned in this episode: This episode is brought to you by Southwestern Advantage This episode is brought to you by Southwestern Advantage. https://the-action-catalyst.captivate.fm/southwesternadvantage (Southwestern Advantage)

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Day Two Cloud 155: Terraform Stinks

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 52:54


Today on Day Two Cloud, we talk about why Terraform stinks. OK, maybe it doesn't stink, but just because everyone seems to love a particular tool doesn't make it right for you. We talk with Dan Moore, a developer advocate at FusionAuth, who tried to use Terraform and just couldn't get behind it. This episode is based on a presentation Dan gave at Gluecon in May 2022. The post Day Two Cloud 155: Terraform Stinks appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Day 2 Cloud
Day Two Cloud 155: Terraform Stinks

Day 2 Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 52:54


Today on Day Two Cloud, we talk about why Terraform stinks. OK, maybe it doesn't stink, but just because everyone seems to love a particular tool doesn't make it right for you. We talk with Dan Moore, a developer advocate at FusionAuth, who tried to use Terraform and just couldn't get behind it. This episode is based on a presentation Dan gave at Gluecon in May 2022. The post Day Two Cloud 155: Terraform Stinks appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed
Day Two Cloud 155: Terraform Stinks

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 52:54


Today on Day Two Cloud, we talk about why Terraform stinks. OK, maybe it doesn't stink, but just because everyone seems to love a particular tool doesn't make it right for you. We talk with Dan Moore, a developer advocate at FusionAuth, who tried to use Terraform and just couldn't get behind it. This episode is based on a presentation Dan gave at Gluecon in May 2022. The post Day Two Cloud 155: Terraform Stinks appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Behind the Steel Curtain: for Pittsburgh Steelers fans
Steelers Six Pack with Tony: The Steelers were lucky to find Dan Moore Jr.

Behind the Steel Curtain: for Pittsburgh Steelers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 49:00


The Steelers selected Dan Moore, Jr. in the fourth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. After winning the starting left tackle job in training camp, Moore started 16 games at left tackle in his rookie season. Also, Baker Mayfield traded to the Panthers, and your questions and comments on this episode of the Steelers Six Pack with veteran BTSC podcaster and writer Tony Defeo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio
The Ramon Foster Steelers Show - Ep. 112: Dan Moore Jr.'s real value in Pittsburgh

DK Pittsburgh Sports Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 27:48


On this episode, Ramon Foster and Dejan Kovacevic revisit the conversation about Dan Moore Jr., specifically what his real value is to the Steelers. Vegas has the Steelers pegged at 7.5 wins, find out why both of the guys think that's pretty low. And our Friday 'HEY 'MON!' question asks how hard it is to make the 53 man roster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Ramon Foster Steelers Show
The Ramon Foster Steelers Show - Ep. 112: Dan Moore Jr.'s real value in Pittsburgh

The Ramon Foster Steelers Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 27:48


On this episode, Ramon Foster and Dejan Kovacevic revisit the conversation about Dan Moore Jr., specifically what his real value is to the Steelers. Vegas has the Steelers pegged at 7.5 wins, find out why both of the guys think that's pretty low. And our Friday 'HEY 'MON!' question asks how hard it is to make the 53 man roster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Action Catalyst
Dan Moore on the Experience Magazine Podcast

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 31:40


In this special bonus release, we bring you an appearance by Action Catalyst host Dan Moore on Episode 12 of the https://experiencemag.org/category/podcast/ (Experience Magazine Podcast), hosted by Michael Sharp & Erik Alanson of the University of Cincinnati, and presented by https://experiencemag.org/ (Experience Magazine), a publication of https://www.ceiainc.org/ (CEIA (Cooperative Education and Internship Association)). You can find this and other episodes of the Experience Magazine Podcast at https://experiencemag.org/category/podcast/ (ExperienceMag.org/category/podcast). Mentioned in this episode: This episode is brought to you by Southwestern Advantage https://the-action-catalyst.captivate.fm/southwesternadvantage (Southwestern Advantage)

Scribble
Scribble with Dan Moore

Scribble

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 28:58


Don Wooten and Rebecca Wee in conversation with author and publisher with Pearl City Press, Dan Moore.

Strategy with Jason
Develop Your Service Experience ft. Dan Moore

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 2:08


On this episode of the Strategy with Jason Podcast, Dan Moore joins Jason in Napa Valley California at DMSC 2022 to discuss Making Sense Of The Chaos, Service Experience, Data Consciousness & Getting Vendors Involved. www.strategywithjason.com for more content, bookings and information. Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/making-sense-of-the-chaos-service-experience/id1454551179?i=1000566028908 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1ooQy7c0sVnRICZNV9g6g5 YouTube: https://youtu.be/eYZYNZt1RZU Digital Dealership Solutions: ddsolutions.ca Strategy With Jason: strategywithjason.com Bell2Bell: bell2bell.ca Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca Dan Moore: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mooreofdan/

Jonny's Secret Stash
Jonny's Secret Stash- Ep 68 with Adam Conley, Dan Moore, and Marcus Safirt

Jonny's Secret Stash

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 61:50


Dan Moore from the Dan Moore Band started out as a drummer (and even travelled with a drum corps group after high school); Marcus Safirt from Stealin the Farm also joined Adam Conley and I.  The Three of them had the chance to back up Jim Belushi a few weeks ago when Jim came to town to play some blues to some investors in a venture Jim is starting in Harbor Country.  I was lucky enough to get to sit down with them to talk about their experience, their music, and the local music scene.

Strategy with Jason
Building Vendor Partnerships That Benefit Customers and Dealerships ft. Dan Moore

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 3:01


On this episode of the Strategy with Jason Podcast, Dan Moore joins Jason in Napa Valley California at DMSC 2022 to discuss Making Sense Of The Chaos, Service Experience, Data Consciousness & Getting Vendors Involved. www.strategywithjason.com for more content, bookings and information. Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/making-sense-of-the-chaos-service-experience/id1454551179?i=1000566028908 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1ooQy7c0sVnRICZNV9g6g5 YouTube: https://youtu.be/eYZYNZt1RZU Digital Dealership Solutions: ddsolutions.ca Strategy With Jason: strategywithjason.com Bell2Bell: bell2bell.ca Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca Dan Moore: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mooreofdan/

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers
James Daniels' Leadership, Kevin Dotson's Chemistry with Dan Moore Jr., Essential to Steelers OL Fix

Locked On Steelers – Daily Podcast On The Pittsburgh Steelers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 35:41 Very Popular


Chris Carter, NFL and NCAAF analyst, hosts the Locked on Steelers podcast. The Pittsburgh Steelers worked to improve the offensive line, but there are still big things needed from the group. The top three things they need include James Daniels' leadership and pushing for Pro Bowl-level respect, Kevin Dotson's chemistry with Dan Moore Jr., and the expertise of Pat Meyer as a veteran offensive line coach. Meanwhile, a caller asks if there's a plan for backup edge rusher. Genard Avery, Derek Tuszka and Tuzar Skipper are the options behind T.J. Watt and Alex Highsmith. But is that enough? And will Omar Khan and Mike Tomlin look into free agency? CALL INTO THE SHOW AT 412-223-6644 or if international, e-mail your audio message to LOSTEELERSTOPICBAG@GMAIL.COM Follow Chris Carter on Twitter: @CarterCritiques. Theme music is 'Soul Kick' by Ceddy P, and 'Too Easy' by Nerdboy. Both from their label Renaissance Music. Find more from their label here. This show is part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens To make it easy, 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. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NFLNETWORK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Sixth Sense Society
S4E23 -Evil and Spiritual Growth with Dan Moore

Sixth Sense Society

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 60:01


Episode Notes Kabbalistic scholar Dan Moore joins the Sixth Sense Society to explore the role evil plays in our evolution of consciousness. What is the nature of evil? Must we truly face and overcome it to evolve spiritually? Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/sixth-sense-society/1c41e782-aefc-499b-b0c0-23c02f2c02cd

Strategy with Jason
Making Sense Of The Chaos, Service Experience, Data Consciousness, Get Vendors Involved ft.Dan Moore

Strategy with Jason

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 21:08


On this episode of the Strategy with Jason Podcast, Dan Moore joins Jason in Napa Valley California at DMSC 2022 to discuss Making Sense Of The Chaos, Service Experience, Data Consciousness & Getting Vendors Involved. www.strategywithjason.com for more content, bookings and information. Listen To The Full Podcast Episode Here: Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/making-sense-of-the-chaos-service-experience/id1454551179?i=1000566028908 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1ooQy7c0sVnRICZNV9g6g5 YouTube: https://youtu.be/eYZYNZt1RZU Digital Dealership Solutions: ddsolutions.ca Strategy With Jason: strategywithjason.com Bell2Bell: bell2bell.ca Listen To The Strategy With Jason Podcast: Apple Podcast: apple.co/3IwlT3v Spotify: spoti.fi/3fT8V3H Soundcloud: bit.ly/347rnDb Jason Harris Twitter: twitter.com/StratWJason Instagram: www.instagram.com/strategywithjason/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/StrategyWithJason LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/strategywithjason/ Website: www.strategywithjason.ca Dan Moore: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mooreofdan/

Talking Headways: A Streetsblog Podcast
Episode 386: City Culture and Sports Stadiums

Talking Headways: A Streetsblog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 40:38 Very Popular


This week we're joined by writer Dan Moore to talk about his piece in The Ringer entitled “What Do Cities Lose When they Lose Pro Sports?” Dan chats about why stadium deals are A bigger story about cities and how they can be harmful or potentially beneficial. Follow us on twitter @theoverheadwire Support the show on Patreon http://patreon.com/theoverheadwire Buy books on our Bookshop.org Affiliate site! 

Your Wealth
Why the market suddenly cares if a company makes money again

Your Wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 33:29


After years of ‘valuing' businesses on sales, total addressable market and other blue sky metrics, the market is suddenly getting very serious about… profits. So should investors rethink their holdings in this new (old) world? Popular guest and fund manager, Dan Moore of Investors Mutual, shares his thoughts on: Why the days of growth at any cost are over Where to find value as the market rotates into formerly unloved sectors What to look for as the outlook remains subdued, and How to love boring stocks again. You can access this and previous episodes of the Your Wealth podcast now on iTunes, Podbean, Spotify or at nabtrade.com.au/yourwealth If you're short on time, consider listening at 1.5-2x speed, which should be shown on the screen of your device as you listen. This won't just reduce your listening time; it has also been shown to improve knowledge retention.

DevSec For Scale Podcast
Auth Security (Part 1) w/ Dan Moore, FusionAuth

DevSec For Scale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 27:48


We all know about Identity Providers today. But where did they come from and why are they so important to security? In this episode, Dan Moore, solutions architect and head of DevRel at FusionAuth, answers questions on a variety of auth related questions, and helps us understand the ways developers are impacted by things like IAM, SSO, and more. ----- https://www.w3.org/community/fed-id/ - W3C group mentioned https://martinfowler.com/articles/agile-threat-modelling.html - threat modelling https://owasp.org/www-project-top-ten/ - OWASP top ten

Masters in Psychology Podcast
26: Daniel T. Moore, PhD – Psychologist and Owner of Your Family Clinic, LLC creates Holistic Psychology Website

Masters in Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 27:53


Dr. Daniel T. Moore is a licensed psychologist in Mississippi. In this podcast, I learned that Dr. Moore is unique in a number of ways, and he shared some of his experiences in hopes that those interested in the field of psychology can apply what he has learned to their own academic and professional journey. Dr. Moore didn't immediately continue working on his education after completing his undergraduate work. Instead, he went on a church mission for two years in Argentina. When he returned, he applied to graduate schools and found that it was competitive, but he was able to attend the University of Arizona where he received his master's degree in Child Development and Family Relations. He then applied to graduate schools again and this time he was accepted into the Industrial Organizational Psychology program at Purdue University where he received his second master's degree. When he applied to doctoral programs, he found a home with Ball State University where he received his PhD in Counseling Psychology. In this podcast, Dr. Daniel T. Moore shares more about his academic and professional journey and discusses where he received most of his practical experience. He also worked in the Military (Navy and Army) as a psychologist and admits this gave him more experience that he could apply to his clients when he opened his own private practice in Petal, MS. Your Family Clinic, LLC is a private practice where independent psychologists work and take a Holistic approach to psychology. Indeed, the website for Your Family Clinic, LLC is a collection of materials and information related to Holistic Psychology (a.k.a., Integrative Psychology or Functional Medicine). The goal of the website is to “provide the world with helpful information related to Holistic Psychology” which will “lead to an individual's empowerment and functionality” as it relates to mental health and well-being. Dr. Moore shares more about his professional journey and provides advice to those interested in psychology, neuropsychology, and those wanting to start their own practice. He also provides information on future goals for the website including developing applications and other resources for parents who have children struggling with neurodevelopmental issues such as the sequential memory needed to learn algebra. He is also working with functional medical doctors and nutritionists to help individuals with autism. You can learn more about his future plans around 15 minutes into our conversation. Connect with Dr. Daniel T. Moore: LinkedIn | Facebook | Business Facebook | Twitter | Medium | WebsiteConnect with the Show: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn https://vimeo.com/717191493 Interests and Specializations Dr. Daniel Moore is trained in several types of psychotherapy including EMDR, hypnosis, psychological testing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. He has experience working with Military personnel, families, couples, and individuals and works with a variety of concerns such as people struggling with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, Autism, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Education Bachelor of Science (BS), Psychology (1979); University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.Master of Science (MS), Child Development and Family Relations (1984); University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.Master of Science (MS), Industrial Organizational Psychology (1985); Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN.Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Counseling Psychology (1993); Ball State University, Muncie, IN. Podcast Transcription 00:00:12 BradleyWelcome to the Master's in Psychology podcast where psychology students can learn from psychologists, educators, and practitioners to better understand what they do, how they got there, and hear the advice they have for those interested in getting a graduate degree in psychology. I'm your host, Brad Schumacher, and today we welcome Dr. Dan Moore to the show. Dr. Moore received his doctorate from Ball State University and ha...

The Action Catalyst
Pavel Aleabov: Moldova, Ukraine, and Southwestern Spirit

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 17:49


On this special episode, host Dan Moore is joined by Pavel Aleabov, a close associate from Action Catalyst parent company, Southwestern Family of Companies, with a strong personal connection to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. From a poor upbringing in his native Moldova, to great successes in athletics and business, to having to flee his home at the outbreak of the current war, he shares his unique experiences, and the determination, and will, of the people of Moldova.  https://southwestern.com/newsletter/we-are-with-you-in-spirit-swfc-sends-aid-to-ukraine/ (And for anyone wishing to provide relief for U.S. and international aid foundations supporting the Ukrainian people, visit Southwestern.com for a list of organizations who provide for electronic donations.)  To the people of Ukraine, Southwestern is with you in spirit. Mentioned in this episode: This episode is brought to you by High School in the USA https://the-action-catalyst.captivate.fm/highschoolintheusa (High School in the USA)

Run with Fitpage
Ep 65: Importance of Protein Intake for Runners with Dan Moore, PhD

Run with Fitpage

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 47:07


Daniel Moore is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education and a member of the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology and the American Society for Nutrition. In this episode of Run with Fitpage, Dr. Moore speaks all about protein intake for runners with our host, Vikas Singh.Episode Summary:00:27 - About this episode02:50 - Welcome Dr. Moore to the show!06:06 - How is protein important in endurance sports training?11:08 - About amino acids13:54 - How does a runner actually benefit from protein while training?20:26 - Is there a time limit after a workout for protein intake?26:37 - Body's upper limit to optimally digest protein29:15 - How protein intake may be different due to sex difference32:39 - The right protein for you - whey protein, whole foods, or plant protein?38:07 - The role of leucineGuest Profile:Dr. Dan Moore's research explores the interplay between exercise and nutrition and how the two can be used to optimize the quantity and quality of muscle across a range of different populations including children, athletes, and older adults. He has authored over 75 peer-reviewed papers and was the recipient of a Canada Foundation for Innovation to build a high-performance muscle metabolism research lab at UofT. His excellence in research was recognized by the American Society for Nutrition as the 2012 recipient of the Peter J. Reeds Young Investigator Award.About Vikas Singh:Vikas Singh, an MBA from Chicago Booth, worked at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, APGlobale and Reliance before coming up with the idea of democratizing fitness knowledge and helping beginners get on a fitness journey. Vikas is an avid long-distance runner, building fitpage to help people learn, train, and move better.For more information on Vikas, or to leave any feedback and requests, you can reach out to him via the channels below:Instagram: @vikas_singhhLinkedIn: Vikas SinghGmail: vikas@fitpage.inTwitter: @vikashsingh1010About the Podcast: Run with FitpageThis podcast series is built to bring science and research from the endurance sports industry. These may help you learn and implement these in your training, recovery, and nutrition journey. We invite coaches, exercise scientists, researchers, nutritionists, doctors, and inspiring athletes to come and share their knowledge and stories with us. So, whether you're just getting started with running or want to get better at it, this is the best podcast for you!Learn more about fitness and nutrition on our website, www.fitpage.in, or check out our app Fitpage on iOS and Android. This podcast was recorded on Riverside.fm

The Dealer Playbook
Dan Moore: Stop Buying Your Way Out Of Operational Inefficiencies

The Dealer Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 37:53 Transcription Available


Dan Moore is the President of Vistadash, an automotive analytics company that helps dealers understand what metrics are contributing to actual growth. Dan is also a best-selling author and Ted-X speaker who has a unique set of skills that can help any organization understand and deploy strategies that will achieve defined outcomes. What we discuss in this episode: Without defined outcomes, it's easy to mistake tactics for strategy. A bunch of tactics, widgets, and gadgets are elements of a strategy but do not make up the strategy itself. The sooner that dealers understand that every supplier has its own outcomes to achieve, the sooner dealers can understand how a supplier's services will help map or detract from their desired targets. History in retail automotive shows that most dealers try and buy their way out of operational inefficiencies. It's easily recognized by the number of suppliers that dealerships usually work with in order to achieve small gains that might be possible without them. There is a lot of noise getting in the way. A lot of hype. It's okay to start small when developing a strategy. Dan Moore explains that it can be as simple as some sticky notes and markers and making a list of all the friction points that currently exist in the business. Some might be operational, departmental, or human resources, for example. Once dealers have a clear picture of their current circumstances, then it's possible to move on to defining the desired outcome — the goal that they hope to achieve and by what deadline. It's easy in this day and age to see the perceived success of others and to subconsciously start living their life. That never leads to fulfillment and happiness because you've unknowingly abandoned your definition of success. Enjoying your career in retail automotive is about more than just defining success, though. It's about accepting what you've defined. Because we see what others are doing, and haven't taken a hard look in the mirror, we're often left with a void in our own happiness. That's often what leads us to think we need to keep up with others' achievements instead of taking the time to define and work toward our own. Listen to the full episode featuring Dan Moore for even more insights!   Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider including your LinkedIn or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally!  Thanks, Dan Moore If you enjoyed this conversation with Dan Moore, please let them know by clicking on the links below and sending him a message. Click here to thank Dan Moore on LinkedIn Click here to let Michael know about your number one takeaway from this conversation

Getting Out of The Way with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 16:21 Transcription Available


All of us get in our own way at times. We second guess everything, based on what we see others do. What is worse is doubting ourselves based on what we see online. Social media is great, but can also hinder our efforts. We also get in the way of our teams. Even with the best intentions, we push them aside to help, yet forget we must train. In this epsidoe i discuss my journey, what you can do to help yourself and offer a few of my podcast guests who can help.  Enjoy, please rate, share and subscribe. Dan Moore: https://youreinchargepodcast.sounder.fm/episode/is-your-why-a-lie-with-dan-moore Frank Lopes https://youreinchargepodcast.sounder.fm/episode/creating-powerful-goals-in-only-7-minutes-with Nikou Loshe https://youreinchargepodcast.sounder.fm/episode/what-you-are-getting-wrong-about-the-food-you About Glenn Pasch: "Everyone finds themselves in charge at some point in their lives. Yet many of us lack the skills to generate consistent results. My goal is to help you learn the skills to adapt and grow in your personal and business life.” Glenn Pasch is CEO of PCG Digital, a full service digital marketing agency that specializes in helping businesses create and deliver customers raving, recommending & returning for more. He is author of 2 books including "The Power of Connected Marketing" and has spoken and educated audiences throughout the US and internationally. Let's Connect: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glennpasch/​ Personal Website http://glennpasch.com/​ Company website: https://pcgdigital.com/

Sixth Sense Society
S4E9 -Egregore: Group Mind with Dan Moore

Sixth Sense Society

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 59:51


Episode Notes Join our guest Occultist Dan Moore as we explore the topic of Egregore, an occult concept representing a "thoughtform" or "collective group mind", an autonomous psychic entity made up of, and influencing, the thoughts of a group of people. The symbiotic relationship between an egregore and its group has been compared to the more recent, non-occult concepts of the corporation (as a legal entity) and the meme. Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/sixth-sense-society/64fd241d-e983-4365-8faa-f327ff355204

The Action Catalyst
Seizing Moments of Possibility, with Rick Maurer

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 23:44


Author, speaker, consultant, and resistance expert https://www.rickmaurer.com/ (Rick Maurer) talks with host Dan Moore about identifying the 3 major levels of resistance and support, infusing energy into even the mundane, how learning jazz trombone changed his work mindset, the wisdom of Yogi Berra, and “seizing moments of possibility”. Mentioned in this episode: This episode is brought to you by Southwestern Legacy Insurance Group. https://the-action-catalyst.captivate.fm/southwesternlegacy (Southwestern Legacy Insurance Group)

Colorado = Security Podcast
233 - 3/7 - Dan Moore, Developer Relations at FusionAuth

Colorado = Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2022 60:50


Dan Moore, Head of Developer Relations at FusionAuth is our feature interview this week. News from Frontier Airlines, Whataburger, Evolve, Lares, Coalfire, Ping Identity, Red Canary and a lot more. Support us on Patreon! Fun swag available - all proceeds will directly support the Colorado = Security infrastructure. Come join us on the new Colorado = Security Slack channel to meet old and new friends. Sign up for our mailing list on the main site to receive weekly updates - https://www.colorado-security.com/. If you have any questions or comments, or any organizations or events we should highlight, contact Alex and Robb at info@colorado-security.com This week's news: Join the Colorado = Security Slack channel Survey finds Denver neighbors rank among the best in the country for being the least annoying Frontier merger could bring around 1,000 high-paying Spirit jobs to Colorado Colorado's first Whataburger will open next week Denver vacation rental company raises $100M round after busiest year yet Introducing the Colorado Inno Madness Bracket Matthew Sharp of Logicworks and "Rock" Lambros of RockCyber on "The CISO Evolution." New Defensive Guidance from the NSA COALFIRE LAUNCHES APPLICATION SECURITY SOLUTIONS POWERED BY THREADFIX PLATFORM How Can Your Enterprise Grow Securely in the Metaverse? | Ping Identity Take MDR beyond the endpoint with Red Canary Threat Investigation CISO of the Year Winner is... Job Openings: Red Canary - GRC Analyst Elevations Credit Union - VP Information Security (Broomfield Basecamp) SSR Mining - Manager, Cyber Security Operations RTD - Senior Cybersecurity Engineer DispatchHealth - Information Security Manager Global Medical Response - Sr Cyber Security Engineer Air Methods - Cyber Security Analyst Ball Aerospace - Cyber Security Professional II Trustwave - Information Security Advisor Couchbase - IT & Cyber Security Auditor Upcoming Events: This Week and Next: ISSA Denver - March Chapter Meeting - 3/9 ASIS - Happy Hour FOCOWYO - 3/10 Denver CSA - March Meeting - 3/15 Denver ISACA - March: Security and Controls in Amazon Web Services (AWS) - 3/17 Let's Talk Software Security! - Hiring, Developing, and Retaining Software Security Talent - 3/18 ISSA C.Springs - 9th Annual ISSA-COS Cyber Focus Forum - 3/22 ISC2 Pikes Peak - March Meeting - 3/23 Denver ISSA - DEFCON Cloud Hacking Village CTF - 3/23 ASIS Denver - WIS BRUNCH : SOLDIER'S IN PETTICOATS - 3/31 View our events page for a full list of upcoming events * Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at carrrladams@gmail.com. Check out his other voice work here. * Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0

JavaScript Jabber
OAuth Explained - JSJ 523

JavaScript Jabber

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 71:44


Is OAuth all it's cracked up to be? In this episode, the Jabberers sit down with Dan Moore, an expert in the OAuth world. They discuss the GIANT perks of OAuth (even if you're a beginner), how to fix OAuth's biggest issues, and what you NEED to watch out for in OAuth if you're a prospective client. “The end goal of OAuth is let someone else handle authentication, and based on tokens you get, you have the insurance that the authentication was valid.” - Dan Moore In This Episode 1) The HUGE perks of using OAuth in 2022 (and how to get started) 2) What you SHOULD be looking for in OAuth as a client 3) How to resolve OAuth's biggest drawbacks and feel confident in your security Sponsors Top End Devs (https://topenddevs.com/) Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial (https://raygun.com/?utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=jsjabber&utm_campaign=devchat&utm_content=homepage) Coaching | Top End Devs (https://topenddevs.com/coaching) Picks AJ- Otter.ai (https://otter.ai/) AJ- Dash (https://www.dash.org/) AJ- Elgato Stream Deck (https://amzn.to/33qvtpW) Follow CoolAJ86 Live Streams: YouTube: https://youtube.com/coolaj86 Twitch: https://twitch.tv/coolaj86 Follow Beyond Code: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2KJHARTj6KRpKzLU1sVxBA Twitter: https://twitter.com/@_beyondcode Charles- Tally (https://www.withtally.com/) Charles- GiveSendGo (https://www.givesendgo.com/) Charles- Encanto | Disney Movies (https://movies.disney.com/encanto) Charles- Workshops | Top End Devs (https://topenddevs.com/workshops) Dan- Descript (https://www.descript.com/) Dan- The Leanpub Process Dan- Security Engineering (https://amzn.to/3psLSSt) Steve- Twitter: Dad Jokes ( @Dadsaysjokes ) (https://twitter.com/Dadsaysjokes) Special Guest: Dan Moore.

The Action Catalyst
From Long Shot to Hot Shot, with Michael Stein

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 21:20


If you want your movie to win awards, consider casting Michael Stein in it!  In addition to starring in Oscar winning and nominated films such as La La Land and Boogie Nights, Michael is also a successful entrepreneur, comedian, writer/director, and podcast host of the https://longshotleaders.com/ (Long Shot Leaders Podcast).  Michael and host Dan Moore dive into how you can “direct the movie of your own life”, create a physical trigger for jumping into your peak mental state, and develop “unconscious competence”, and touch on real lessons learned from movies such as Rocky, The Natural, The Matrix, and It's a Wonderful Life.

Black Hole Films
Ep 241 - Scream

Black Hole Films

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 47:58


Stephen Krecklo and Dan Moore join Jeremy for SCREAM and talk about why they all avoided horror films for most of their lives…

The Action Catalyst
Run to the Roar, with Coach Paul Assaiante

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 28:17


Coach Paul Assaiante, a two-time Olympic Coach-of-the-Year, and the winningest coach in college sports history with 17 NCAA championship titles and the longest winning streak in college sports, talks with Action Catalyst host Dan Moore about empathy as a coach and a leader, measuring the character of a player and a person, how all sports are team sports, but they all start with the individual, and his friendship with world famous author Tom Wolfe and how it inspired his book, “Run to the Roar:  Coaching to Overcome Fear”, which is about to be made into a motion picture, as well as the interesting story behind its title.

The Action Catalyst
Welcome to 2022, with Host Dan Moore

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 1:07


Action Catalyst host Dan Moore reflects on one of the best parts of 2021, and looks forward to a prosperous 2022.

The Action Catalyst
Host Dan Moore Wishes You a Joyous Holiday Season

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 1:12


Action Catalyst host Dan Moore explores the true meaning of "joy" and gratitude here in the holiday season.

The Action Catalyst
Happy Thanksgiving, from Dan Moore

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 1:23


Action Catalyst host Dan Moore explains what he's thankful for this Thanksgiving holiday.

The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
An Anonymous 43.2M Call, Private Acquisitions To The Moon, and Phone Call Friday

The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 16:25


Today we talk about the last minute call that thwarted the peoples DAO to buy a remaining copy of the Constitution, Public acquisitions outpaced private ones by a HUGE margin and it's Phone Call Friday and we got a hold of the, always ready to rock, Dan Moore, President of VistaDash.

Dan Moore: Are You a Pretend Leader? Or Do Your Actions Match Your Vision

"You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 28:22 Transcription Available


Dan Moore, President of VistaDash, author and TedEx speaker asks the question:  "Do you know why your business exists?" "Are you pretending or leading?  Understanding why you are working at your business or leading your team really matters and at times can just be words. We may think our family is our "Why" but do your actions match up to that? Are you actions matching up to what you think you are sharing with your team? Always a great conversation with Dan Moore. Enjoy it. Don't forget to subscribe, share and rate the podcast. About Dan Moore: Dan is a big-idea thinker and strategist currently serving as the President of Vistadash and Author of the book “Do Moore, Get More". He also is a TedEx speaker. A devoted husband and father of three, he lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. Despite his commitment to self-awareness (or perhaps because of it), he remains steadfast in his dislike of tomatoes. Get Dan's book: https://amzn.to/3uVg7D2 Connect with Dan: linkedin.com/in/mooreofdan/ About Glenn Pasch: "Everyone finds themselves in charge at some point in their lives. Yet many of us lack the skills to generate consistent results. My goal is to help you learn the skills to adapt and grow in your personal and business life.” Glenn Pasch is CEO of PCG Digital, a full service digital marketing agency that specializes in helping businesses create and deliver customers raving, recommending & returning for more. He is author of 2 books including "The Power of Connected Marketing" and has spoken and educated audiences throughout the US and internationally. Let's Connect: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glennpasch/​ Personal Website http://glennpasch.com/​ Company website: https://pcgdigital.com/

The Action Catalyst
Inspiring Kindness, with Mac Anderson

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 16:04


https://inspirekindness.com/ (Inspire Kindness) founder Mac Anderson speaks to host Dan Moore about the beginnings and mission of his organization, how kindness generates tremendous Return on Investment and how companies like https://www.southwest.com/ (Southwest Airlines) and https://www.chick-fil-a.com/ (Chick-fil-A) embrace this philosophy, why kindness as a company culture only works from the top down, and why, in a world where you can be anything, you should be kind.

The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
New Look Coming, Stellantis Privacy Issues, and Tim Cox...well, kind of.

The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 16:06


To our already loyal audience, thanks so much for listening so far! On Monday, you will get a fresh new look with the same great content. Thanks to Tim Martell, CEO of Wikimotive, we learned about a big data privacy issue Stellantis if facing with their uConnect app. We can't get enough of Tim Cox (CarNow SVP) and though he didn't answer, we got to talk about a very interesting part of their growing organization.If you haven't signed up for the ASOTU weekly email, you can do that at dealerspushingback.com.

The Action Catalyst
Premier Leadership, Personal Growth, Career Success, with National FFA CEO Scott Stump

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 22:28


https://www.ffa.org/ (National FFA) CEO Scott Stump and host Dan Moore navigate Scott's long career in education, from the https://www.ed.gov/ (U.S. Department of Education) to the head of one of the nation's largest youth organizations, share how FFA has adapted for COVID as well as to become more inclusive, the importance of making a difference every single day, and why you just can't beat a good book. 

Is Your "Why" a Lie? with Dan Moore

"You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 62:08 Transcription Available


Dan Moore, President of VistaDash, author and TedEx speaker shares his journey to understanding your "Why" with host Glenn Pasch.   Understanding why you are working so hard, why you act certain ways and what really matters at times can just be words. We may think our family is our "Why" but do your actions match up to that?   One of the highlights is when Dan challenges Glenn to think of the times he is speaking with his wife, but when the phone dings with a message and your eyes dart to check. So if family is your why, was his wife really the most important in the moment? Fascinating conversation that will make you think about your why and how to be present to deliver the actions to validate it.    Always a great conversation with Dan Moore.   Enjoy it. Don't forget to subscribe, share and rate the podcast.   About Dan Moore:   Dan is a big-idea thinker and strategist currently serving as the President of Vistadash and Author of the book “Do Moore, Get More". He also is a TedEx speaker. A devoted husband and father of three, he lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. Despite his commitment to self-awareness (or perhaps because of it), he remains steadfast in his dislike of tomatoes.      Get Dan's book: https://amzn.to/3uVg7D2 Connect with Dan: linkedin.com/in/mooreofdan/   About Glenn Pasch:   "Everyone finds themselves in charge at some point in their lives. Yet many of us lack the skills to generate consistent results. My goal is to help you learn the skills to adapt and grow in your personal and business life.”   Glenn Pasch is CEO of PCG Digital, a full service digital marketing agency that specializes in helping businesses create and deliver customers raving, recommending & returning for more.  He is author of 2 books including "The Power of Connected Marketing" and has spoken and educated audiences throughout the US and internationally.      Let's Connect:    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/glennpasch/​ Personal Website http://glennpasch.com/​ Company website: https://pcgdigital.com/

The Action Catalyst
Progress Through Imperfection, with Futurist Rebecca Costa

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 24:23


Former Silicon Valley executive, author, and renowned futurist https://www.rebeccacosta.com/ (Rebecca Costa) joins host Dan Moore to explain how to be “pre-daptive” versus reactive, why it's best to fail early and fail often, how technology is leading to the end of all marriages, and the ways our own biology holds us back from planning for future problems. 

The Action Catalyst
The Mathematics of Company Culture, with MaryBeth Hyland

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 29:08


As many workers begin to return to the office, anxiety about reinstating "normalcy" is skyrocketing, and it is becoming increasingly apparent that many workplaces can't just return to "normal."  Speaking with host Dan Moore, author, https://www.sparkvisionnow.com/ (SparkVision )founder, and award-winning company culture expert https://www.sparkvisionnow.com/about/ (MaryBeth Hyland) tackles the challenges of reinstituting a supportive and mindful physical workplace, identifying and doubling down on core values in times of hardship, the simple math equation for measuring company culture, and having https://www.sparkvisionnow.com/book/ (“permission to be human”.)

The Action Catalyst
Dave Ramsey on Finding Your Calling, True Leadership, and Living an Unbalanced Life

The Action Catalyst

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 34:11


We've heard from a lot of you that one of our most popular episodes was a little hard to find, so we're sharing it with you again! America's trusted voice on money and business, https://www.ramseysolutions.com/ (Dave Ramsey), is a personal money management expert and extremely popular national radio personality. Dave joins https://theactioncatalyst.com/ (Action Catalyst) host Dan Moore to talk about how to find your calling by fulfilling a need, how true leaders don't push; they pull, how living a "balanced" life isn't necessarily the key to success, and why attitude = action. https://theactioncatalyst.com/2019/02/13/find-your-calling-by-fulfilling-a-need-episode-269-of-the-action-catalyst-podcast/ (Find the original episode here.)