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Rich Zeoli
Biden Insists He's Not Stupid…Before Forgetting Congressman's Name

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 44:45


The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3: Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his most recent opinion editorial for Fox Business, “GDP Report Reveals Ominous Great Depression Warning Sign Not Seen Since 1932.” Read the article at: https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/gdp-report-reveals-ominous-great-depression-warning-sign-1932 In a Philadelphia Inquirer opinion editorial, Adam Sanchez, a teacher at Central High School in Philadelphia, denounced the Union League's decision to honor Florida Governor Ron DeSantis earlier this week. Sanchez baselessly accused DeSantis of forbidding the teaching of racism and slavery in public schools—critiquing the Governor's comprehension of American history. Ironically, Sanchez concludes his editorial by espousing the beliefs of historian Howard Zinn, a Marxist with a history of making unsubstantiated claims, and the Zinn Education Project—even revealing that he uses material from the Zinn Education Project in his lesson plans. Daniel J. Flynn of George Washington University documents Zinn's most outlandish history rewrites. For example, in “A People's History of the United States,” Zinn writes of America's founding: “certain important people in the English colonies made a discovery that would prove enormously useful for the next two hundred years. They found that by creating a nation, a symbol, a legal unity called the United States, they could take over land, profits, and political power.” Flynn notes Zinn completely rejects the idea America was founded on liberty and equality. Why is this being taught to kids in Philadelphia's public schools? While delivering a speech on Thursday, President Joe Biden made a joke about people thinking he's “stupid” mere moments before forgetting the name of a Congressperson in attendance. 

Rich Zeoli
Economic Warning Signs

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 13:20


Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his most recent opinion editorial for Fox Business, “GDP Report Reveals Ominous Great Depression Warning Sign Not Seen Since 1932.” Read the article at: https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/gdp-report-reveals-ominous-great-depression-warning-sign-1932

Rich Zeoli
Executive Branch Attempts to Stifle Congressional Oversight

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 174:55


The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 1: 3:05pm- According to a report from NJ.com, the New Jersey state government spent $522,000 in COVID-19 relief money on the purchase of eight SUVs used to transport Governor Phil Murphy and other state officials. Murphy's administration also spent an estimated $15 million to improve the state's prospects of hosting the 2026 World Cup. 3:10pm- Republican Dave McCormick is exploring the idea of running against U.S. Senator Bob Casey Jr. in 2024. In 2022, McCormick lost the Republican nomination for Pat Toomey's vacated Senate seat.  3:20pm- According to a report from CNN's Senior Legal Affairs Correspondent Paula Reid, the Justice Department was fully prepared to seek a warrant to search President Joe Biden's Wilmington, Delaware home had Biden's team not consented to a search. Reid emphasized that “there could be more searches.”  3:35pm- Speaking with the press on Wednesday, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) explained that Congress should have access to the classified documents discovered at President Biden's home and UPenn office. Cotton argued that it's necessary to review the documents in order to properly assess whether they could have impacted national security. Cotton also said he would like to review the classified documents discovered at Mike Pence's Indiana home. The Executive branch has not yet granted bipartisan requests for access to the aforementioned documents.  3:45pm- Remember that time when Joe Biden plagiarized a speech initially delivered by former leader of Britain's Labour Party Neil Kinnock?  4:05pm- New York Times journalist & “1619 Project” author Nikole Hannah Jones will be paid an astounding $33,350 to deliver a one-hour lecture at Fairfax County Public Library—Northern Virginia taxpayers will pay the exorbitant speaker fee.  4:30pm- While appearing on Fox News, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo applauded Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy's decision to remove Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) from the House Intelligence Committee. Pompeo accused Schiff of routinely leaking classified information while serving on the committee.  4:40pm- Zeoli complains about “having” to go to a black-tie event. What a burden! 4:45pm- While speaking with Charlie Kirk, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis endorsed Harmeet Dhillon over Ronna McDaniel for Republican National Committee Chairwoman. McDaniel has been RNC Chairwoman since 2017. 4:50pm- Meta has restored former President Donald Trump's Facebook page. The Washington Post writes, “[b]eing reinstated to Facebook means Trump will be able to resume fundraising to his presidential campaign.”  5:00pm- Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his most recent opinion editorial for Fox Business, “GDP Report Reveals Ominous Great Depression Warning Sign Not Seen Since 1932.” Read the article at: https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/gdp-report-reveals-ominous-great-depression-warning-sign-1932 5:20pm- In a Philadelphia Inquirer opinion editorial, Adam Sanchez, a teacher at Central High School in Philadelphia, denounced the Union League's decision to honor Florida Governor Ron DeSantis earlier this week. Sanchez baselessly accused DeSantis of forbidding the teaching of racism and slavery in public schools—critiquing the Governor's comprehension of American history. Ironically, Sanchez concludes his editorial by espousing the beliefs of historian Howard Zinn, a Marxist with a history of making unsubstantiated claims, and the Zinn Education Project—even revealing that he uses material from the Zinn Education Project in his lesson plans. Daniel J. Flynn of George Washington University documents Zinn's most outlandish history rewrites. For example, in “A People's History of the United States,” Zinn writes of America's founding: “certain important people in the English colonies made a discovery that would prove enormously useful for the next two hundred years. They found that by creating a nation, a symbol, a legal unity called the United States, they could take over land, profits, and political power.” Flynn notes Zinn completely rejects the idea America was founded on liberty and equality. Why is this being taught to kids in Philadelphia's public schools?  5:45pm- While delivering a speech on Thursday, President Joe Biden made a joke about people thinking he's “stupid” mere moments before forgetting the name of a Congressperson in attendance.  6:05pm- On Twitter, the Associated Press Stylebook recommended not using dehumanizing “the” labeling. The examples they provided: “the poor, the mentally ill, the French.” What? 6:10pm- Appearing on “The Midnight Miracle” podcast, comedian Dave Chappelle stated that his jokes don't incite violence—but people protesting his jokes frequently justify violence in order to get their way. 6:20pm- On Wednesday, the U.S. Senate held a hearing to determine if Live Nation Entertainment has become a monopoly. Musical artist Clyde Lawrence told Senators that Live Nation Entertainment controls the “promoter, venue, and ticketing company.”  6:30pm- President Biden's U.S. District Judge nominee Charnelle Marie Bjelkengren was unable to tell Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) what is discussed in Article II or V of the United States Constitution.  6:45pm- Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez repeatedly says she's in New York…while standing in front of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C.

Python Bytes
#320 The Bug Is In The JavaScript

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 28:26


Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training Test & Code Podcast Patreon Supporters Connect with the hosts Michael: @mkennedy@fosstodon.org Brian: @brianokken@fosstodon.org Show: @pythonbytes@fosstodon.org Join us on YouTube at pythonbytes.fm/stream/live to be part of the audience. Usually Tuesdays at 11am PT. Older video versions available there too. Brian #1: markdown-it-py Yes. another markdown parser. Rich recently switched markdown parsers, from commonmark to markdown-it-py. Let's look at those a bit. Michael #2: Sketch via Jake Firman Sketch is an AI code-writing assistant for pandas users that understands the context of your data A Natural Language interface that successfully navigates many tasks in the data stack landscape. Data Cataloging: General tagging (eg. PII identification) Metadata generation (names and descriptions) Data Engineering: Data cleaning and masking (compliance) Derived feature creation and extraction Data Analysis: Data questions Data visualization Watch the video on the GitHub page for a quick intro Brian #3: Fixing Circular Imports in Python with Protocol Built on Subclassing in Python Redux from Hynek We covered this in the summer of 2021, episode 240 However, I re-read it recently due to a typing problem Problem is when an object passes itself to another module to be called later. This is common in many design patterns, including just normal callback functions. Normally not a problem with Python, due to duck typing. But with type hints, suddenly it seems like both modules need types from the other. So how do you have two modules use types from each other without a circular import. Hynek produces two options Abstract Data Types, aka Interfaces, using the abc module Requires a third interface class Structural subtyping with Protocol This is what I think I'll use more often and I'm kinda in love with it now that I understand it. Still has a third type, but one of the modules doesn't have to know about it. "Structural Subtyping : Structural subtyping is duck typing for types: if your class fulfills the constraints of a [Protocol](https://docs.python.org/3/library/typing.html#typing.Protocol), it's automatically considered a subtype of it. Therefore, a class can implement many Protocols from all kinds of packages without knowing about them!” The Fixing Circular Imports in Python with Protocol article walks through one example of two classes talking with each other, typing, circular imports, and fixing them with Protocol Michael #4: unrepl via/by Ruud van der Ham We've seen the code samples: >>> board = [] >>> for i in range(3): ... row = ['_'] * 3 ... board.append(row) ... >>> board [['_', '_', '_'], ['_', '_', '_'], ['_', '_', '_']] >>> board[2][0] = 'X' >>> board [['_', '_', '_'], ['_', '_', '_'], ['X', '_', '_']] But you cannot really run this code. You can't paste it into a REPL yourself nor can you put it into a .py file. So you unrepl it: Copying the above code to the clipboard and run unrepl. Paste the result and now you can. Unrepl can be used as a command line tool but also as a module. The REPL functionality of underscore (_) to get access to the last value is also supported. Extras Michael: You'll want to update your git ASAP. Get course releases at Talk Python via RSS Gist for using Turnstile with Python + Pydantic Joke: there's a bug in the js You've checked all your database indexes, You've tuned all your API hooks, You're starting to think That you might need a drink, Because there's only one place left to look: … There must be a bug in the javascript Because everything else was built properly But the frontend's a pile of crap ;)

JALM Talk Podcast
On Developing Better Practices for Reproducible Data Analysis in Laboratory Medicine

JALM Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 14:44


Rich Zeoli
World Economic Forum's Push for Stakeholder Capitalism

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 70:03


The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3:  Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss the expectation that the United States will hit the debt ceiling on Thursday. In a letter to Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned, “[f]ailure to meet the government's obligations would cause irreparable harm to the U.S. economy, the livelihoods of all Americans, and global financial stability.” Meanwhile, Congressman James Comer (R-TN) told Jake Tapper that “our national debt is one of the biggest threats to our national security.” So, who is right? Dr. Antoni breaks it all down. During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, former Vice President Al Gore stated that we aren't doing enough to combat climate change and, consequently, we are “boiling the ocean.” PLUS Rich and Matt obtain exclusive audio from the elites in Davos… In an interview from October 2022, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab stated that the “future” is a global economy that embraces “stakeholder capitalism.” In fact, Schwab wrote the book on stakeholder capitalism: “Stakeholder Capitalism: A Global Economy the Works for Progress, People and Planet.” A man on social media discovers it will take 5-days to charge his brand-new Hummer EV… President Joe Biden ordered a cheeseburger for lunch—and The Washington Post wants you to know all about it. James Varney—Writer at RealClearInvestigations—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to talk about his latest editorial, “Shopping Spree 101: How Refunds of Federal Loan Overpayments Leave Student Borrowers with Your Money to Burn.” Zeoli is preempted for sports!

Rich Zeoli
U.S. Debt Ceiling: Everyone Freak Out!

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 213:58


The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (01/18/23): 3:05pm- The winner of a local school board race in Monmouth County, New Jersey has been changed after it was discovered that there were multiple electronic voting machine errors. After investigating the tabulating irregularities, it was determined that Jeffrey Weinstein defeated Steve Clayton by a single vote.  3:10pm- Earlier in the week, Springfield Township in Montgomery County voted to ban the “Thin Blue Line” logo from its government buildings. According to a CBS3 news report, one member of the Board of Commissioners even compared the logo to the Confederate Flag.  3:25pm- According to a Wall Street Journal report, “[t]he Justice Department considered having FBI agents monitor a search by President Biden's lawyers for classified documents at his homes but decided against it.” 3:30pm- During her Wednesday press briefing, White House Press Secretary refused to directly answer questions about why there wasn't a visitor log for President Joe Biden's Delaware homes considering how frequently he works from home.  3:40pm- According to a report from Jessica Chasmar at Fox News, President Joe Biden “met with at least 14 of Hunter Biden's business associates while he was vice president in the Obama White House, casting further doubt on the president's repeated claims that he had no knowledge of his son's foreign business dealings.” The report contradicts President Biden's 2019 statement—when he vociferously stated he had never met with any of Hunter Biden's business associates. 4:00pm- Fox News White House Correspondent Jacqui Heinrich questioned Karin Jean-Pierre about whether the Department of Justice (DOJ) or White House would be investigating possible national security risks to President Joe Biden's mishandling of classified documents. Unsurprisingly, Jean-Pierre declined to answer the question and instead referred reporters to the DOJ—which, according to several reporters, is also reluctant to provide comprehensive answers.  4:25pm- On Twitter, billionaire Elon Musk wrote, the World Economic Forum “is increasingly becoming an unelected world government that the people never asked for and don't want.” Panelists during one of the WEF's meetings predicted that there could soon be a catastrophic cyber attack. 4:35pm- Eli Lake—Contributing Editor at Commentary Magazine & Host of The Reeducation Podcast—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest article, “American Nomenklatura.” In the piece, Lake writes of social media's content moderators and the role they play according to revelations in the “Twitter File” releases: “In just a few short years, this nomenklatura has come to constitute an implicit ruling class on the Internet, one that collectively determines what information and news sources the rest of us should see on major platforms. Talk about ‘free speech' and ‘the First Amendment' may actually be beside the point here. The Twitter that Musk bought was part of a larger machine—one that attempts to shape conversations online by amplifying, muzzling, and occasionally banning participants who run afoul of its dogma.” You can read the full article at: https://www.commentary.org/articles/eli-lake/twitter-files-reveal-american-nomenklatura/ 4:50pm- On Tuesday night, Flyers' defenseman Ivan Provorov chose not to participate in pre-game warmups—citing a reluctance to wear rainbow-colored “Pride Night” gear. Speaking with the press after the game, Provorov stated “I respect everybody. I respect everybody's choices…my choice is to stay true to myself and to my religion.” Despite his explanation, sports journalists from outlets like Sports Illustrated and The Athletic expressed outrage over his decision not to wear “Pride Night” equipment.  5:00pm- Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss the expectation that the United States will hit the debt ceiling on Thursday. In a letter to Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned, “[f]ailure to meet the government's obligations would cause irreparable harm to the U.S. economy, the livelihoods of all Americans, and global financial stability.” Meanwhile, Congressman James Comer (R-TN) told Jake Tapper that “our national debt is one of the biggest threats to our national security.” So, who is right? Dr. Antoni breaks it all down.  5:10pm- During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, former Vice President Al Gore stated that we aren't doing enough to combat climate change and, consequently, we are “boiling the ocean.” PLUS Rich and Matt obtain exclusive audio from the elites in Davos… 5:25pm- In an interview from October 2022, Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum Klaus Schwab stated that the “future” is a global economy that embraces “stakeholder capitalism.” In fact, Schwab wrote the book on stakeholder capitalism: “Stakeholder Capitalism: A Global Economy the Works for Progress, People and Planet.” 5:50pm- A man on social media discovers it will take 5-days to charge his brand-new Hummer EV… 5:55pm- President Joe Biden ordered a cheeseburger for lunch—and The Washington Post wants you to know all about it.  6:15pm- James Varney—Writer at RealClearInvestigations—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to talk about his latest editorial, “Shopping Spree 101: How Refunds of Federal Loan Overpayments Leave Student Borrowers with Your Money to Burn.”  6:25pm- Zeoli is preempted for sports!

Paths in Progress
Kate: City Government Employee, Data Analyst, Founder of Consulting Group; degrees in Political Science and Urban Planning

Paths in Progress

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 80:19 Transcription Available


After a surprise in her college admissions process, Kate started college thinking she wanted to be a psychology major.  After realizing her interests were better aligned with Political Science, Kate found herself on a path in local government, which often presented her with opportunities to learn new skills and take her down new career path possibilities.  We talk about the nerves involved with leaving home to go far away to college, working and interning for politicians, graduate work in Urban Planning, how local governments are organized and how they can use data to better our communities, and why Kate decided to leave her long-term city position to venture out on her own with her business partner.  You can follow the work Kate is doing at https://www.porchlightinsights.com/.

Building Great Sales Teams
#AskMeAnything: Doug vs AI Sensation ChatGPT

Building Great Sales Teams

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 39:54


 ChatGPT,  is a cutting-edge language model developed by OpenAI. ChatGPT has been trained on a massive dataset of text, allowing it to understand and generate human-like language. It can be used for a variety of natural language processing tasks such as language translation, text summarization, and question answering. Today, we challenge  ChatGPT with questions that pertain to building out a great sales team!From customer service to content creation and data analysis, ChatGPT can be a powerful tool for any entrepreneur looking to take their business to the next level. And the best part is that, its capabilities are continually being updated and improved by the team at OpenAI, so it's always getting better. However Can ChatGPT replace the human factor that is required when dealing with people?Written by ChatGPT:"Join Doug Mitchell as he sits down with the AI sensation, ChatGPT, for a fascinating conversation on the key elements of starting and scaling your business. From understanding the different business structures and making your business attractive to buyers, to the importance of having a clear vision, work ethic and resilience. Learn the key differences between a taco and a burrito and the most common mistakes that sales teams make. This podcast is a must-listen for any millennial entrepreneur looking to make their mark in the business world and understand the power of Artificial Intelligence technology."

The Dana & Parks Podcast
D&P Highlight: Data analysis reveals alleged gender bias of one former Lawrence Police Officer.

The Dana & Parks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 9:20


Stories from the Hackery
Jacob Morgan - PT Data Analytics Cohort 7

Stories from the Hackery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:03


Jacob Morgan graduated with part time Data Analytics Cohort 7. My first foray into data analytics was all to prove a point. I kept a journal of inbound calls over a period of time. I compiled it into a presentation and asserted that the amount of time spent on the phone as a result of an inbound call was affecting productivity. It was mundane and boring, but I liked it. At the time, I had no idea I could make it a career. Eventually, my journal evolved into a primitive MS Excel dashboard to track my performance across multiple metrics. My plan was to identify and monitor trends in my performance, then make improvements. I did this for several years before I learned about the field of Data Analysis. Fast forward to now. My tool belt has expanded to include SQL, Python, Power BI, and Tableau, to name a few. My ability to explore and analyze data has grown exponentially. My next step is to take these tools as well as my years of professional experience and transition into the world of data!

Stories from the Hackery
Rachel Kocheran - FT Data Analytics Cohort 8

Stories from the Hackery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:41


Rachel Kocheran graduated with full time Data Analytics Cohort 8. Solving problems is one of my favorite things to do. From daily challenges to long-term projects, SQL scripting to database diving, the more complex, the better. My current work experience involves childcare services and retail, and I am excited to now invest in the Data Analysis industry. With a natural penchant for creative solutions, I look forward to contributing to the dynamic and swiftly growing field of data exploration and visualization.

Ojo's Dojo
Lab Diary 4: Data Analysis for Load shedding Companies, Introducing Edna Labs

Ojo's Dojo

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 58:25


Lmao I can't think of anything now. I'll do a proper description later

PPC Den: Amazon PPC Advertising Mastery
Case Study: How Do I Fix An Amazon Campaign With 6,000 Keywords?

PPC Den: Amazon PPC Advertising Mastery

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 32:31


This episode is just the first of a two-series Case Study episode with Clement Hynaux, Ad Badger's Campaign Manager. Let's see how Michael and Clement work on an actual client's problem who had 6,000 keywords in his campaigns. Is that too many keywords? Find out how two experts approach this challenge. The fun isn't over yet! Tune in next week for part two, where we will share the result of the campaign restructure. Highlights 00:00 Keyword Campaign - Topic Overview 02:45 Intro 03:57 Migration from Another Solution to (Ad Badger) 05:23 Importance of Account History 08:35 Data Analysis on Amazon PPC 10:25 Market and Data Analysis 13:39 Importance of Keyword Research 17:55 Tools for Keyword Research 20:25 Isolation of Branded Keywords 26:03 Bidding of New Keywords 28:05 Campaign Restructure 31:47 Outro If you like what you hear, leave us a video review! We might share it on the show. https://www.videoask.com/flzfqx0jt Resources & Links Get our content library with a checklist that covers every nook and cranny of Amazon Marketing: https://www.adbadger.com/amazon-ppc-checklist/ How Do I Structure Amazon Campaign Names? [The PPC Den Podcast]] https://youtu.be/2y751qK6Z9Q Campaign Naming Systems [PPC Den Podcast, Ep 8 -- From the Archive] https://youtu.be/VzD8mKDe9oQ Should You Segment Your Branded Keywords In Amazon Ads? [PPC Den Podcast Ep. 40] https://youtu.be/OZCjjU0_Q_E How Should You Name Your Amazon PPC Campaigns? https://youtu.be/oWdYZWJrZsM LIVE Amazon PPC Campaign Audit [PPC Den Podcast Ep 60] https://youtu.be/ECxuSTo9mDI How to Create Single Keyword Campaigns in 20 Seconds with Ad Badger (and why you should) https://youtu.be/9WtkBsNOgBo What To Do About Low Click - Low Sale Keywords [PPC Den Podcast 135] https://youtu.be/o-O0kJlGogQ How Do I Optimize My Amazon Campaign Structure? [The PPC Den Podcast] https://youtu.be/2wMnLvVReAw

Mapping It Out: The Roadmap of Entrepreneurship
42. How to Start An Apparel Brand in 2023

Mapping It Out: The Roadmap of Entrepreneurship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 32:16


In this podcast, the LAST one of the year, Ryan and Kota look back on the changing landscape of business in 2022, what we learned from the year, problems we encountered, solutions we're currently deploying, and how they might apply to your own business.   And also what to expect in 2023.   This episode also dives into the specifics of a new product/group we're launching (and why we're doing it), so if you've been toying with the idea of starting an apparel line, or maybe you already started one and it's not going the way you expected, you're definitely gonna want to see this.   The new course ITW is launching is a complete guide to get started on your journey of building and scaling an apparel brand; what to expect, how to go about it, and how to avoid the MANY pitfalls on the path.   After 15 years in the apparel game and helping hundreds of other brands grow and scale (as well as his own), the course is a road map of all the lessons learned and best practices. Everything from how to search for a name, to how to scale a modern e-comm apparel brand, to how to establish a valuation model and plan an exit when the time comes.   The course includes 15 video lessons that go in-depth on these topics.  1. Mindset 2. Partnerships 3. Choosing a Name & Creating a Brand 4. Branding & Lifestyle (what is it and how to create it) 5. Business & Banking Structure (banking set up and how to use credit cards to get free money) 6. Creating Digital Infrastructure (your websites & social media) 7. Choosing Products (it's not always T shirts!) 8. Developing Art & Creatives 9. Sizing Ratio 10. Initial Launch Blueprint 11. Fulfillment 12. Data Analysis 13. Scaling Reach & Conversions 14. Advertising & Marketing 15. Valuation & Positioning for Sale For all of these 15 lessons, we have them available as full videos, but also as downloadable PDFs as well as an audio playlist so you can absorb the info whichever way is best for you.  We also have a private Facebook group that has some of our friends and fellow brand owners that have 6,7, and even 8-figure businesses that can answer your questions and get you the info that actually WORKS. As you already know, it's super important to be a part of a community that wants you to succeed, and lifts you up, instead of dragging you down. We also have monthly LIVE ZOOM calls where Ryan and the best professionals in the industry come in and answer all of your questions!    The group will also have access to exclusive events that are very unique to the apparel world.   If you are interested in learning more about the Industry Brandworks course, click the link below!   Check out the FULL INDUSTRY BRANDWORKS course here: www.industrybrandworks.com/home   If you'd like a more a la carte option, each of the products is available individually here: www.industrybrandworks.com/products

The Nonlinear Library
EA - I have thousands of copies of HPMOR in Russian. How to use them with the most impact? by Samin

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 3:22


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: I have thousands of copies of HPMOR in Russian. How to use them with the most impact?, published by Samin on December 27, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. As a result of a crowdfunding campaign a couple of years ago, I printed 21k copies of HPMOR. 11k of those went to the crowdfunding participants. I need ideas for how to use the ones that are left with the most impact. Over the last few weeks, I've sent 400 copies to winners of IMO, IOI, and other international and Russian olympiads in math, computer science, biology, etc. (and also bought and sent copies of Human Compatible in Russian to about 250 of them who requested it as well). Over the next month, we'll get the media to post about the opportunity for winners of certain olympiads to get free books. I estimate that we can get maybe twice as many (800-1000) impressive students to fill out a form for getting HPMOR and get maybe up to 30k people who follow the same media to read HPMOR online if everything goes well (uncertain estimates, from the previous experience). The theory of change behind sending the books to winners of olympiads is that people with high potential read HPMOR and share it with friends, get some EA-adjacent mindset and values from it, and then get introduced to EA in emails about 80k Hours (which is being translated into Russian) and other EA and cause-specific content, and start participating in the EA community and get more into specific cause areas that interest them. The anecdotal evidence is that most of the Russian EAs, many of whom now work full-time at EA orgs or as independent researchers, got into EA after reading HPMOR and then the LW sequences. It's mostly impossible to give the books for donations to EA charities because Russians can't transfer money to EA charities due to sanctions. Delivering the copies costs around $5-10 in Russia and $40-100 outside Russia. There are some other ideas, but nothing that lets us spend thousands of books effectively, so we need more. So, any ideas on how to spend 8-9k of HPMOR copies in Russian? HPMOR has endorsements from a bunch of Russians important to different audiences. That includes some of the most famous science communicators, computer science professors, literature critics, a person training the Moscow team for math competitions, etc.; currently, there are news media and popular science resources with millions of followers managed by people who've read HPMOR or heard of it in a positive way and who I can talk to. After the war started, some of them were banned, but that doesn't affect the millions of followers they have on, e.g., Telegram. Initially, we planned first to translate and print 80k and then give HPMOR to people together with copies of 80k, but there's now time pressure due to uncertainty over the future legal status of HPMOR in Russia. Recently, a law came into effect that prohibited all sorts of mentions of LGBTQ in books, and it's not obvious whether HPMOR is at risk, so it's better to spend a lot of books now. E.g., there's the Yandex School of Data Analysis, one of the top places for students in Russia to get into machine learning; we hope to be able to get them to give hundreds of copies of HPMOR to students who've completed a machine learning course and give us their emails. That might result in more people familiar with the alignment problem in positions where they can help prevent an AI arms race started by Russia. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

The John Steigerwald Show
The John Steigerwald Show - Tuesday December 27, 2022

The John Steigerwald Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 51:54


Happy Kwanza               Today:  The annual celebration was a big deal for Vice President Harris growing up.  As she and her husband share their well-wishes for the holiday, John recounts the history of its founder.  First up, PA District 44 Representative Valerie Gaydos explains why PA politics are heated now and poised to become utter chaos in the near future.  Later, E.J. Antoni with the Center for Data Analysis at the Heritage Foundation talks about the new Omnibus Bill that passed with the support of 29 GOP members.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Get Authentic with Marques Ogden
How To Create Authentic Alignment, With Dr. Shira Ackerman!

Get Authentic with Marques Ogden

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 24:35


Dr. Shira A. Ackerman has her Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Columbia University, ten years of experience in the field of Behavior Analysis, and twenty-plus years of experience as an Educator (Preschool through Graduate School; Special Education, General Education, University Level). Dr. Ackerman is the Co-Founder & CEO for Creating Young Minds and the CYM Undiscovered League. She works with the families of all the young men, monitors their education both in high school and college, and has built relationships with community members in the Dallas Fort Worth area, as well as with many college coaches and NBA/GLeague/NBL Executives. Dr. Ackerman uses her academic expertise to help the young men in the program to grow and develop on and off the court. She monitors their academics, tutors them, communicates with high schools, and supervises the young men attending the year-round academy.Dr. Ackerman is also an experienced Academic Director with a demonstrated history working within the research industry. She has strong business development professional skills with Nonprofit Organizations, Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Developmental Disabilities, and Data Analysis.http://www.creatingyoungminds.org

The Medical Marketing Executive
"Marketing in Healthcare: Data Analysis and Personalized Comms" with Zack Barlow

The Medical Marketing Executive

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 17:48


Kurt interviews Zack Barlow, Director of Marketing Operations and Product Marketing at PharMerica. In his role, Zack oversees branding and content teams, and supports the sales team in their lead generation efforts. Zack and Kurt discuss innovating solutions for complex problems, root cause analysis, and how personalized communication is key.

Rich Zeoli
Biden's Fiscal Philosophy: Just Keep Spending!

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 183:38


The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (12/21/2022): 3:05pm- On Tuesday evening, the U.S. Senate advanced a massive $1.7 trillion spending package with a bipartisan 70 to 25-vote—less than one day after it was unveiled. At 4,155 pages, how was any Senator able to read the bill in its entirety before voting? 3:25pm- According to The Daily Wire, Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) “requested at least 19 earmarks totaling more than $60 million in the $1.7 trillion bill.” Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) called the process by which the omnibus bill was advanced in the Senate an “abomination.”  3:40pm- Vincent Kolber—Chairman of RESIDCO, a transportation equipment leasing company—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his recent Wall Street Journal opinion editorial, “How Much Washington Really Owes: $100 Trillion.” Kolber writes that, according to calculations from the U.S. Treasury, “[t]otal liabilities were $34.8 trillion at the end of fiscal 2021. The Treasury reported assets at $4.9 trillion. Simple arithmetic brings us to the net position, negative $29.9 trillion. But this accounting leaves a lot out. Social insurance net expenditures calculates the difference between the expected future liabilities of Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and similar programs over the next 75 years and the income these programs are expected to generate during the same period under current law. The Treasury reported these unfunded liabilities at $71 trillion at the end of fiscal 2021. That brings us to the alarming milestone. Add the net position of $29.9 trillion to the social insurance net expenditures of $71 trillion, and you find that they topped $100 trillion.” Read the full article at: https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-much-washington-really-owes-100-trillion-debt-social-insurance-expenditure-medicare-medicaid-treasury-11671571955?mod=opinion_lead_pos7 4:05pm- Justin Goodman—Senior Vice President for Advocacy & Public Policy at White Coat Waste Project—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss one silver lining of the $1.7 trillion omnibus bill: it will cut funding for foreign labs like the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Astoundingly, as of now, the institute remains eligible to receive U.S. tax-payer money.  4:30pm- On Wednesday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited President Joe Biden in the Oval Office—but why was he wearing a sweatshirt? Shouldn't he have thrown on a jacket and tie?  4:40pm- In a new Wall Street Journal editorial, journalist Simone Goa hypothesized that Chinese officials may suddenly be embracing less strict COVID lockdown policies because the government is “running out of money.” Gao calculates that the annual cost of “nucleic-acid testing” could potentially “exceed $240 billion.”  4:55pm- While speaking at a school board training event, Governor Ron DeSantis vowed to work tirelessly to get more conservatives elected to school boards throughout Florida. DeSantis also introduced an updated version of the “Freedom Blueprint”—which would end the automatic withdrawal of union dues for teachers. 5:00pm- Dr. E.J. Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to break down the most egregious earmarks (and there are many) in the $1.7 trillion omnibus bill advanced by the U.S. Senate.  5:10pm- On Wednesday, U.S. President Joe Biden held a joint press conference with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Biden has promised to supply Ukraine with a $1.86 billion security assistance package. During the press conference, Biden emphasized the package would include defensive weapons only.  5:35pm- Listeners weigh-in on funding war between Ukraine and Russia—what's the limit? And what's our end goal?  6:00pm- If the Biden Administration is as committed to stifling Russian aggression as they claim, why aren't they doing more to expand the production of domestic oil? It would undoubtedly damage Russia's economy and limit their ability to spend militarily.  6:20pm- The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board noted that embedded within the 4,155-page omnibus bill is authorization to further empower the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)—specifically giving it expanded control over the cosmetics industry.  6:45pm- Senator Rand Paul released his own, hilarious version of “Twas the Night Before Christmas.”

Rich Zeoli
What's Really in the 4,155 Page Omnibus Bill?

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 47:32


The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3:  Dr. E.J. Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to break down the most egregious earmarks (and there are many) in the $1.7 trillion omnibus bill passed by the U.S. Senate. On Wednesday, U.S. President Joe Biden held a joint press conference with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Biden has promised to supply Ukraine with a $1.86 billion security assistance package. During the press conference, Biden emphasized the package would include defensive weapons only. Listeners weigh-in on funding war between Ukraine and Russia—what's the limit? And what's our end goal? 

Rich Zeoli
Economist: It Pays Not to Work in Biden's America

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 16:13


Dr. E.J. Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his recent New York Post editorial, “It Pays Not to Work in Biden's America. And Here's the Proof.” Dr. Antoni writes, “[t]here are many reasons for the worker shortage, but one is that in many states, welfare pays more than or nearly as much as respectable middle-class jobs…New Jersey is a state where a family can earn the equivalent of $100,000 a year if both parents are collecting unemployment benefits and ObamaCare subsidies for health care.” Read the article at: https://nypost.com/2022/12/18/it-pays-not-to-work-in-bidens-america-thanks-to-welfare-benefits/

Rich Zeoli
Jan 6. Committee Recommends Criminally Charging Trump

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 49:05


The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 1: On Monday, the House's January 6th Committee voted to recommend the Department of Justice (DOJ) charge former President Donald Trump with inciting an insurrection on January 6th, 2021—as well as several other federal crimes. As the New York Times notes, the DOJ does not have to act on the committee's recommendations. During the January 6th Committee's final public meeting, Rep. Bennie Thompson accused Donald Trump of summoning an angry mob to the U.S. Capitol and telling them to “fight like hell” before directing them to enter the building. Dr. E.J. Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his recent New York Post editorial, “It Pays Not to Work in Biden's America. And Here's the Proof.” Dr. Antoni writes, “[t]here are many reasons for the worker shortage, but one is that in many states, welfare pays more than or nearly as much as respectable middle-class jobs…New Jersey is a state where a family can earn the equivalent of $100,000 a year if both parents are collecting unemployment benefits and ObamaCare subsidies for health care.” Read the article at: https://nypost.com/2022/12/18/it-pays-not-to-work-in-bidens-america-thanks-to-welfare-benefits/

Rich Zeoli
Democrat Election-Denier Denies His Own Reelection

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 186:19


The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (12/19/2022): 3:00pm- On Monday, the House's January 6th Committee voted to recommend the Department of Justice (DOJ) charge former President Donald Trump with inciting an insurrection on January 6th, 2021—as well as several other federal crimes. As the New York Times notes, the DOJ does not have to act on the committee's recommendations. 3:30pm- During the January 6th Committee's final public meeting, Rep. Bennie Thompson accused Donald Trump of summoning an angry mob to the U.S. Capitol and telling them to “fight like hell” before directing them to enter the building. 3:40pm- Dr. E.J. Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his recent New York Post editorial, “It Pays Not to Work in Biden's America. And Here's the Proof.” Dr. Antoni writes, “[t]here are many reasons for the worker shortage, but one is that in many states, welfare pays more than or nearly as much as respectable middle-class jobs…New Jersey is a state where a family can earn the equivalent of $100,000 a year if both parents are collecting unemployment benefits and ObamaCare subsidies for health care.” Read the article at: https://nypost.com/2022/12/18/it-pays-not-to-work-in-bidens-america-thanks-to-welfare-benefits/ 4:00pm- The House's January 6th Committee has voted to recommend the Department of Justice pursue criminal charges against Donald Trump for inciting his followers—but what does this mean for political speech? Trump never explicitly called for destructive protests. Could other politicians potentially be criminally punished for distasteful rhetoric?  4:35pm- While interviewing Texas Governor Greg Abbott on ABC, journalist Martha Raddatz stated that she has never heard Biden say the border is open but bizarrely accused Abbott, Donald Trump, and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis of repeatedly saying the border is open—ultimately suggesting the three men are encouraging illegal migration.  4:40pm- On Monday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre referred to claims that the U.S. Southern border is open as “misinformation” being spread by smugglers and human traffickers. She refused to state whether the Biden Administration supported the court ordered end of Title 42—but, as one White House reporter noted, didn't the Administration initiate the legal challenge that led to the discontinuation of Title 42? 4:50pm- What's the worst Christmas song? Unsurprisingly, Rich hates anything performed by Bruce Springsteen. Meanwhile, Matt expresses his disdain for “The Christmas Shoes”—who wants to be bummed out on Christmas? 5:00pm- According to a report from CNBC, “porch pirates” stole an estimated 260 million packages in 2021. 5:10pm- The Washington Examiner reported that emails discovered via a Freedom of Information Act request have revealed that in private Dr. Anthony Fauci suggested a "lab leak" could be responsible for the origins of COVID-19—though, he simultaneously dismissed the theory as a conspiracy while speaking publicly.  5:20pm- According to The Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Supreme Court has temporarily blocked the Biden Administration from ending Title 42. The decision halts a lower court's order to end the Trump-era border policy.  5:40pm- Twitter Files- Part 7: In a series of tweets on Monday, author Michael Shellenberger revealed “[h] ow the FBI & intelligence community discredited factual information about Hunter Biden's foreign business dealings both after and before The New York Post revealed the contents of his laptop.” Ben Zeisloft of The Daily Wire writes, “the FBI also paid Twitter more than $3.4 million for their ‘legal process response,' apparently referencing the time Twitter executives spent coordinating with the agency.” 6:05pm- On Monday, the House's January 6th Committee voted to recommend the Department of Justice (DOJ) charge former President Donald Trump with inciting an insurrection on January 6th, 2021—as well as several other federal crimes. Will Merrick Garland and the DOJ follow the committee's recommendation?  6:35pm-Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Linemen Jason Kelce, Jordan Mailata, and Lane Johnson are releasing a Christmas album, “A Philly Special Christmas.” While several songs are currently available for purchase/download, the full album is set to be released on December 23rd. All proceeds will go to the Children's Crisis Treatment Center in Philadelphia.  6:45pm- Despite record breaking voter turnout in Georgia's run-off election, as well as record setting early voter turnout in a midterm election, Senator Raphael Warnock strangely continues to insist his state is plagued by voter suppression. Is he denying the results of his own reelection??? 6:50pm- Washington Post writer Taylor Lorenz was temporarily suspended from Twitter for her history of doxing—but she found no sympathy on TikTok.  

The Analytic Mind
Exploring ChatGPT and the Future of AI with Brian Julius - Ep. 51

The Analytic Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 45:49


On the Analytic Mind Podcast, Sam McKay invited Brian Julius, the Chief Content Officer of Enterprise DNA, to discuss ChatGPT, a promising new tool that could revolutionize data analytics. They shared their initial thoughts on ChatGPT and its potential to enhance careers in the field, rather than pose a threat. ChatGPT, short for "Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3," is an OpenAI language generation model that uses machine learning to generate human-like text. While it is not specifically related to Power BI, it could potentially improve certain aspects of Power BI workflows or development. What You Will Learn Why Chat GPT is not a threat to your Data Analysis career, but an enabling tool. Open AI's potential to upend Google's dominance. Insights on the recent Power BI Updates and Features A sneak peek at what Enterprise DNA has in store Resources Mentioned Chat GPT - https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt/ DALL·E 2 - OpenAI - https://openai.com/dall-e-2/ The use of advanced language generation models like GPT-3 in data analytics could increase the efficiency and effectiveness of Power BI processes, as well as enhance the skills and career prospects of data analysts. However, it is important to note that GPT-3 and similar models are still in the early stages of development and may not always be reliable or accurate. It is therefore essential to exercise caution and judgment when using these tools, and to thoroughly validate and verify any results or insights they generate. For full show notes, and the links mentioned visit: https://www.enterprisedna.co/podcast Be our guest, register here: https://www.enterprisedna.co/be-our-podcast-guest/ Connect with me: Brian Julius LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianjuliusdc/ Blog: https://blog.enterprisedna.co/author/brian-julius/ Sam McKay Website: https://www.enterprisedna.co/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sammckayenterprisedna/ Loved this episode? Leave us a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-analytic-mind/id1541066997

UBC News World
Real-world data, analysis, and tips for recruiting remote and non-remote jobs

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 4:59


Real-world data, analysis, and tips for hiring teams from the R&D team at Datapeople.

Agriculture Technology Podcast
Ep. 182 Data Analysis

Agriculture Technology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 21:06


See what's happening in your operation right now, plus learn from your performance over time through analyzing data in the John Deere Operations Center. Whether you are targeting a specific area or want a full report on certain crops, RDO Ag Expert Tony Kramer highlights how to use the Field Analyzer tool and its benefits for your operation. From tillage, to planting, to harvest, the data the operations center collects can help you make educated decisions year after year that save time, optimize yield, and maximize profits.

Women Who Code Radio
WWCode Career Nav #23: Emerging Careers: Data Platform Engineering

Women Who Code Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 25:57


Karina Pangaro, Senior Engineering Manager with Eventbrite, joins Women Who Code in an interview, “Emerging Careers: Data Platform Engineering.” She discusses Eventbrite, a data platform, how this platform handles data, and how they analyze user interactions and make decisions based on that.

Her CEO Journey
The Power of Intentional Forecasting

Her CEO Journey

Play Episode Play 58 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 10:32 Transcription Available


What happens when the economy drastically shifts? Will your business survive? We've seen this in the wake of the pandemic where companies were forced to change or close. This is where forecasting comes in. Most people think forecasting is future-proofing and predicting the future in some way, but that's not the case. Instead, forecasting is a continuous process that allows you to know when you need to change. Don't leave it up to chance. We're taking you through the six steps of intentional and purposeful forecasting and how it can help you make better business decisions, even when times are tough. If you want to learn how you can use forecasting to protect and grow your business, this episode is for you!3 reasons why you should listen to the full episode:Understand the importance of forecasting and how it can help you make decisions. Learn the 6 steps of intentional and purposeful forecasting.Find out the most important step that most business owners forget about when doing forecasting. Episode Highlights[01:04] What is Forecasting? [02:28] Step 1: What's Your Impact? [04:29] Step 2: Data Gathering [05:44] Step 3: Data Analysis   [06:33] Step 4: Make Assumptions    [07:58] Step 5: Financial Forecasting     [08:15] Step 6: Update the Forecasting  Enjoyed This Podcast?Write a review and share this with your friends.Connect With MeReady to transform your purpose into an impactful business financial story, profit, and joy? Schedule a chat with me at any time

The Accidental Safety Pro
#98: How to Use Data Analysis to Improve Your EHS Program

The Accidental Safety Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 64:03


There are many hats to be worn as a safety professional, and data collector/analyzer is often one of them. Jill sits down with Arianna Howard to better understand how safety data analytics and software systems play a role in the EHS environment. Arianna is a Manager of EHS IT Data Platforms and Digital Software Systems in the electric vehicle manufacturing industry. She has over 8 years of environmental, health, and safety consulting and industry experience focused on data management and information systems. Learn how you can better use data analysis and EHS software to create a safer and smarter workplace.

Access 2 Perspectives – Conversations. All about Open Science Communication
Toward Global Research Equity from an African perspective - A conversation with Joy Owango

Access 2 Perspectives – Conversations. All about Open Science Communication

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 51:09


As the director at TCC Africa with a demonstrated history of working in professional training and research capacity, Joy has experience in Government and Donor Relations, Research Analytics, Management, Data Analysis, and Business Strategy. It is her mission to democratize higher education through access to high-impact open data. Explore all our episodes at access2perspectives.org/conversations Host: Dr Jo Havemann, ORCID iD 0000-0002-6157-1494 Editing: Ebuka Ezeike Music: Alex Lustig, produced by Kitty Kat License: Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) At Access 2 Perspectives, we provide novel insights into the communication and management of Research. Our goal is to equip researchers with the skills and enthusiasm they need to pursue a successful and joyful career. | Website: access2perspectives.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/access2perspectives/message

Golf 360
Episode 087: Lou Stagner – How data analysis is changing the game, The best things to improve if you want to break 100, 90, 80, or 70, and What's the difference between some of the best putters on the PGA Tour vs the rank and file.

Golf 360

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 105:33


Lou Stagner (T: @LouStagner, IG: @loustagnergolf ) is one of the people behind the scenes that is having a massive impact on the game of golf. He is sought out by coaches, touring professionals, and amateurs around the world for his unprecedented work in statistics and data analysis. Using the PGA Tour's Shotlink data and through his work with ARCCOS Golf he's able to analyze tens of millions of golf shots to identify, and quantify some long held believes to determine if they are helpful or harmful to a golfer's game. He is also able to show golfers where they can make the biggest gains, based off their skill level, so time spent on improvement is as efficient as possible. Through Lou's help many golfers have been able to not only play better but also adjust their expectations allowing them to enjoy the game more too. Sponsors: Get your 15% discount on your next order of JustThrive Probiotic at https://justthrivehealth.com/ (use code: GOLF360) Looking to play one of the best golf courses in the Hilton Head Island area? Be sure to check out Old South Golf Links and have one of your best golf experiences ever https://www.oldsouthgolf.com/ Others: The Stack is the game's premiere training device to increase your swing speed. Check them out at https://www.thestacksystem.com/ and be sure to enter GOLF360 at checkout for your discount.

Doug.Show by Niche Site Project
How much content to hit $1k, $5k, and $10k per month? [Data Analysis] - DS409

Doug.Show by Niche Site Project

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 29:11


Doug and Mark, from Niche Website Builders, discuss a data analysis. They looked at thousands of sites to determine how much content is needed and the authority ratings for specific earning thresholds. NWB Black Friday Sale 2022 20% more content on aged domains, done-for-you sites, or one-off bulk content orders 20% more content on subscriptions 5% Discount on all digital PR subscriptions (Extra Offers Available) Offer valid until Cyber Monday. I'm an affiliate, so if you sign up, I get a commission. Thanks! More with Doug: Mile High Fi Mile High Fi Store Contact me. Ask Questions! Send me an email here: feedback@doug.show Leave a voicemail: (406) 813-0613

Paisa Vaisa
Make Strategic Investments with AIF & PMS Experts India

Paisa Vaisa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 34:04


On this episode of #PaisaVaisa, Anupam Gupta talks to Vikas Agrawal- Founder & CEO of AIF & PMS Experts India. They discuss the AIF and PMS avenues and the latest updates in the space. They also discuss about the value migration of investors from Mutual funds to PMS, importance of data in investment allocation, and significance of planning and strategy while making investments.Broking, Alternative Investment Funds, Data Analysis, Portfolio Management and much more on this episode of Paisa Vaisa! About the ShowPaisa Vaisa is India's leading podcast on personal finance with 2m+ downloads, 130+ hours of content and conversations, 150+ guests, and 300+ episodes. Since 2017, Paisa Vaisa has interviewed experts across the spectrum of personal finance covering diverse topics such as mutual funds, stocks, housing, loans, education, crypto, and much more. Listen in now to make smarter decisions with your money! Find more about AIF & PMS Experts India on www.aifpms.com Find Vikas Agrawal on social media:Twitter: https://twitter.com/vikas_ag_14Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vikas_10rt/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vikas-agrawal-410b7325/ Get in touch with our host Anupam Gupta on social media:Twitter: ( https://twitter.com/b50 )Instagram: ( https://www.instagram.com/b_50/ )Linkedin: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/anupam9gupta/ ) You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app. You can check out our website at https://www.ivmpodcasts.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bloomsbury Academic Podcast
Queer Data by Kevin Guyan

Bloomsbury Academic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 36:17


If you would like to buy your own copy of Queer Data, go to the Bloomsbury website and use code pod35 followed your respective country code, US, UK, CA, AU, depending on where you are located.  How do we decide who counts? Kevin Guyan, queer author, activist and scholar, joins us to discuss his latest book Queer Data: Using Gender, Sex and Sexuality Data for Action to break down how data shapes the world around us, and how we in turn, shape it. Numbers, after all, can hold an entire history of power and politics. We turn to Kevin's experience with the film and television industry to discuss the limitations of using quantitative data to represent and solve problems and more broadly the complications behind using language to represent identity and lived experience. Take a listen. Americas customers (excluding Canada): POD35US UK and rest of world customers: POD35UK Canada customers: POD35CA Australia and New Zealand customers: POD35AU Want to hear more? Make sure to check out all our episodes here, or wherever you get your podcasts

Rod Arquette Show
Rod Arquette Show: Utah Government Leaders Urge DeSantis to Run for President in 2024

Rod Arquette Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 106:57


Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Monday, November 14, 20224:20 pm: E.J. Antoni, a Research Fellow in Regional Economics at the Heritage Foundation's Center for Data Analysis, joins the show to discuss his piece in the Daily Caller about why inflation wasn't a bigger issue for voters in the midterm elections4:38 pm: Clare Anne Ath, a County Commissioner in Jefferson County, West Virginia joins Rod to discuss her piece in the Daily Caller about how toxic femininity is costing Republicans elections6:05 pm: Senator Dan McCay joins Rod to discuss why he, and a large number of other state officials, are urging Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to run for President in 20246:20 pm: Paul Gottfried, American Political Philosopher and an Associated Scholar at the Mises Institute, joins the show to discuss his piece in American Greatness about whether Florida Governor Ron DeSantis carries national appeal6:38 pm: Washington Times Columnist Michael McKenna joins Rod to discuss his piece on the lame duck Congress and America's discontent with their work

Our Hometown News
Online payment trends in 2022

Our Hometown News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 3:18


From Finances Online's 51 Key Online Payment Software Statistics You Must Learn: 2022 Data Analysis & Market Share: "This year's findings from McKinsey's Digital Payments Consumer Survey revealed a prevailing trend: 4 in 5 Americans used some form of online payment system. The survey also reveals some new online payment method statistics trends, such as cryptocurrency and 'buy now, pay later' (BNPL) (Goel et al., 2021)." The Breakdown According to McKinsey's survey: "Not only has digital-payments penetration increased to 89 percent in 2022, but the share of respondents who report using two or more forms of digital payments has grown...Article LinkLet us know your thoughts about this episode by reaching out on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ourhometownincInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ourhometownwebpublishing/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ourhometownincLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/our-hometown-com/..........Our Hometown Web Publishing is The Last Newspaper CMS & Website You'll Ever Need.  We help you generate revenue, engage with readers, and increase efficiency with Our Hometown's Digital & PrePress CMS features to fit your needs & budget.OHT's Web Publishing Platform is:-Powered with WordPress-Hosted on Amazon Web Services-Integrated with Adobe InDesign & Google Drivehttps://our-hometown.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKw6KpKUiQkWldrX2-J1Kag?view_as=subscriberOur-Hometown can be reached via email for comments or questions at: ops@Our-Hometown.com

Pitlane Life Lessons
EP49 - Creating Your Own F1 Data Analysis

Pitlane Life Lessons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 59:42


This week I'm passing on something I learned at McLaren in 2007, which led to winning the F1 World Championship in 2008 with Lewis Hamilton and how the same thing continues to help me every day and can help you too.In this week's episode, after a personal experience myself, I'm appreciating the benefits of putting some care and attention into the needs of your team. Plus, two words uttered by Sebastian Vettel to a friend of mine this week, have highlighted their much under used power.Enjoy and don't forget to check out my new partners, Car Gods Detailing. Links below.Car Gods Detailing:https://cargods.com/Follow me on Twitter:https://twitter.com/f1elvis...and Insta:https://instagram.com/f1elvisAudio only version of Pitlane Life Lessons podcast:https://podfollow.com/1552890037Download our new SeedStream App for all your F1 news & content:https://www.seedstream.org/Buy my F1 book, The Mechanic, in all formats here:https://amazon.co.uk/Mechanic-Secret-...Thanks Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Tech Path Podcast
854. JP Morgan: Bitcoin To $13k | CPI Data Analysis... Does it Matter?

Tech Path Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 20:07


Amidst the drama surrounding the busted deal between FTX and Binance, banking giant JP Morgan has commented on the current state of Bitcoin and the broader crypto market. If FTX does file for bankruptcy, the contagion could be massive. according to the latest report from JP Morgan, it could go even lower as the market faces a “cascade of margin calls.” According to JPMorgan strategists led by Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, the Bitcoin price could fall as low as $13,000.~This episode is sponsored by Binance.US~Binance.US ➜ https://binance.pxf.io/pbn

Tifo Football Podcast
Tifo Talks: The role tactics play in data analysis with Dan Pelchen

Tifo Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 63:07


The use of data in football is now commonplace. But the use of data in the sport isn't without its pitfalls.  Jon Mackenzie is joined by Dan Pelchen, founder of Traits Insights, to talk about how football clubs can use data in such a way as to benefit their operations. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rich Zeoli
Pandemic Amnesty, Bikini Baristas, & Landmark SCOTUS Cases

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 182:36


The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Show (11/01/2022): 3:05pm- While appearing on CNN with Don Lemon, Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate John Fetterman claimed he has always been a strong supporter of fracking. However, a montage from RNC Research reveals he has opposed fracking in Pennsylvania until just recently.    3:15pm- According to a report from The Hill, U.S. and global diesel supplies are “seriously low”—with domestic diesel supplies dwindling to a mere 25-days-worth. With winter just around the corner, will diesel shortages only exacerbate inflation?    3:30pm- According to CNN Business, customers are beginning to turn to McDonald's as food prices rise. Despite McDonald's being forced to raise its prices 10% year-over-year, grocery store prices have increased 13%—making the fast-food restaurant a less expensive alternative.    3:45pm- Is it too early for Christmas music?   4:05pm- In a recent opinion editorial for The Atlantic, Brown University economist Emily Oster advocated on behalf of a “pandemic amnesty”—forgiving overly protective policies to combat COVID-19 that ultimately proved to be ineffective or negatively impactful, including remote learning and extreme masking policies. Should we just overlook these government encroachments on individual liberties?    4:40pm- While on Fox News, Virginia Lt. Governor Winsome Sears reacted to American Teacher Federation president Randi Weingarten's support for a “pandemic amnesty.” Sears explained, “[Weingarten] was one of the major proponents of closing our schools. And unfortunately, most of these Democrat governors listened to her and did exactly that.”   5:00pm- After a rain-induced postponement on Monday night, the Phillies will face off against the Houston Astros for Game 3 from Citizen Bank Park tonight!   5:10pm- While appearing on MSNBC's Morning Joe, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy suggested that Republicans who are campaigning on “crime relentlessly” are engaging in racism—stating they're adopting a strategy similar to “Nixon's Southern Strategy.”   5:20pm- During s press conference on Monday, San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said her office will detain Paul Pelosi's alleged attacker David DePape without bail.   5:40pm- Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest editorial, “Like FDR's New Deal, Biden's Tax-and-Spend Policies Have Been an Economic Wrecking Ball.” Dr. Antoni debunks the myth being espoused by Democrats that the Biden Administration is making the economy stronger. Dr. Antoni writes: “The idea that Biden's agenda somehow saved a stalled economy is also fallacious. Biden inherited an economy growing at a $1.5 trillion annualized rate. In only a year, the administration's policies have caused the economy to shrink, contracting in the first six months of this year.”   6:10pm- While speaking with radio host John Catsimatidis, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo stated that the federal government is primarily responsible for the U.S. Southern border being overwhelmed.    6:15pm- On Monday, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina—which challenges the constitutionality of race-based admission practices established by Grutter v. Bollinger in 2003. During oral arguments, Chief Justice John Roberts' questioning of Lawyer for Harvard University Seth Waxman seemed to indicate he believes race is the determinative factor for at least a small portion of college applicants—violating the Equal Protection Clause. Waxman countered by arguing that being a good oboe player could also be the determinative factor. Roberts explained, “we did not fight a Civil War about oboe players.”   6:40pm- Bikini baristas in Everett, Washington have won their court battle over the constitutionality of their skimpy uniforms.   6:55pm- Who Won Social Media? + Zeoli's Final Thought

Rich Zeoli
Biden Administration Takes “Wrecking Ball” to Economy

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 10:55


Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest editorial, “Like FDR's New Deal, Biden's Tax-and-Spend Policies Have Been an Economic Wrecking Ball.” Dr. Antoni debunks the myth being espoused by Democrats that the Biden Administration is making the economy stronger. Dr. Antoni writes: “The idea that Biden's agenda somehow saved a stalled economy is also fallacious. Biden inherited an economy growing at a $1.5 trillion annualized rate. In only a year, the administration's policies have caused the economy to shrink, contracting in the first six months of this year.”

Rich Zeoli
King Philip Returns...with Hair Plugs and a Mediterranean Tan!

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 49:11


The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 3: 5:00pm- After a rain-induced postponement on Monday night, the Phillies will face off against the Houston Astros for Game 3 from Citizen Bank Park tonight!   5:10pm- While appearing on MSNBC's Morning Joe, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy suggested that Republicans who are campaigning on “crime relentlessly” are engaging in racism—stating they're adopting a strategy similar to “Nixon's Southern Strategy.”   5:20pm- During s press conference on Monday, San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins said her office will detain Paul Pelosi's alleged attacker David DePape without bail.   5:40pm- Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest editorial, “Like FDR's New Deal, Biden's Tax-and-Spend Policies Have Been an Economic Wrecking Ball.” Dr. Antoni debunks the myth being espoused by Democrats that the Biden Administration is making the economy stronger. Dr. Antoni writes: “The idea that Biden's agenda somehow saved a stalled economy is also fallacious. Biden inherited an economy growing at a $1.5 trillion annualized rate. In only a year, the administration's policies have caused the economy to shrink, contracting in the first six months of this year.”

Daily Signal News
INTERVIEW | Why New GDP Report Showing Economic Growth Is Misleading

Daily Signal News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 12:37


The U.S. economy grew by 2.6% in the third quarter of 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis reportreleased Thursday.Compared with the gross domestic product figure from the second quarter, which showed the economy shrunk 0.6%, that appears to be solid economic growth.Not quite—according to E.J. Antoni, a research fellow in regional economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation. (The Daily Signal is the news outlet of The Heritage Foundation.)"Usually, when we talk about these numbers, we always think a growing GDP means a growing economy, and that's good for people, but this is one of those instances where that's not really the case," Antoni says. Antoni offered his predictions for future GDP reports."As a former bartender, I'll use a bit of an alcohol analogy here. This last report—the third-quarter report, that is—I think was last call. So, if you want to judge the party based on alcohol consumption, things are looking great. That's a high number, " he says. "But viewed in context, the party's over. And I think from here on out, we go back to negative numbers," he added.Antoni joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to discuss the GDP further, as well as President Joe Biden's false claim that he won congressional passage of his student-loan forgiveness plan, and how the economy is affecting Americans. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Follow The Brand Podcast
Season 6 Episode 6: Wishing to Winning featuring Alvin "Joe” D'Angelo V.P. of Operations at Johns Hopkins Medicines' Suburban Hospital

Follow The Brand Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 35:28


Do you fully realize your full potential and breadth of experience? Are you encouraged to seek new experiences and opportunities within your purview? These are the questions answered by my next guest Alvin “Joe” D'Angelo.To possess a long-lasting successful career you must have a playbook that outlines your steps to succeed Says D'Angelo.  He has written a book to help healthcare executives to gain a competitive edge and reach their full potential.He understands the power of mentors, complacency in career and business, and why you need to have a clear focus for upward mobility. He understands that growth comes with patience and challenging yourself to keep learning.Alvin J. D'Angelo is a highly qualified and experienced healthcare/engineering professional with over 7 years of applicable experience in the areas of project management, quality assurance, process engineering, health information technology, and financial management. Professional, dependable, and service-oriented, Alvin offers a unique combination of creativity and analytical skill with the ability to assess both vantage points for creating practical solutions to complex technical issues involving internal and external stakeholders. Mr. D'Angelo's prior educational and professional background has provided him with a solid foundation in the sciences and mathematics. This has afforded him the opportunity to apply and utilize various problem-solving techniques while gaining practical experience in positions that require extensive knowledge in the areas of but not limited to Production and Data Analysis, Professional Management, and Critical Decision Making. Additionally, Mr. D'Angelo is a graduate of the prestigious Johns Hopkins University where he completed his Masters of Engineering in Systems Engineering. Alvin currently serves as the Vice Preside of Operations for John Hopkins hospital, where he leads a team of healthcare systems engineers, nurses, and analysts, while also providing direct support to the Executive Leadership Team of Duke Raleigh Hospital. He has served in several key leadership capacities at Emory and  Duke University Health System, where he provided leadership and operational oversight for multiple hospital-based surgical clinics that included 18 different specialties and subspecialties.Joe received his formal education from the University of South Carolina where he graduated from the Norman J. Arnold School of Public Health, obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology, shortly followed by a Master of Healthcare Administration. As a firm believer in STEM, Joe later earned a Master of Science in Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins University, where he graduated with Honors. He has also completed advanced training and certification as a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt practitioner and a Kaizen – Rapid Improvement Event (RIE) Facilitator, both from North Carolina State University.A recipient of many professional awards and recognitions, Joe is an active member and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and the Parliamentarian and Executive Board member for the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) – Atlanta Chapter. In 2021, Joe became a published author with the release of his book ‘From Wishing To Winning - 21 Approaches to Unleashing Long Lasting Success.In his spare time, he enjoys traveling with his family to different countries, writing, DIY projects, and spending time with close friends and family. Above all, Joe governs his life by Matthew 6:33 and is a firm believer in the quote "Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can." - Arthur Ashe Let US Welcome Alvin “Joe” D'Angelo to the Follow the Brand Podcast Where we are building a 5 STAR Brand That You Can Follow!

Rich Zeoli
How Much Money is the Biden Economy Costing You? $34k on Average

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 9:35


Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins the show to talk about his recent New York Post editorial, “Average American is Losing $34k and Everything Else on Biden's Watch.”

Rich Zeoli
Trump Filled Petroleum Reserves, Biden is Emptying Them (Zeoli Full Show 10-19-22)

Rich Zeoli

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 181:39


The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Show (10/19/2022) 3:05pm- At a White House press conference on Wednesday, President Joe Biden announced the release of an additional 15 million barrels of oil from the nation's Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). Biden denied that the new SPR release is politically motivated as we approach November 8th midterms. During the nearly 15-minute address, the President continually abdicated responsibility for increased gas prices.   3:20pm- The Wall Street Journal's Editorial Board documented how “the price of heating fuel will soar this winter, thanks to climate policies.”    3:30pm- In March of 2020, former President Donald Trump advocated on behalf of filling America's Strategic Petroleum Reserves (SPR) while oil prices were low. However, Democrats opposed the measure—calling it a bailout for big oil. On Wednesday, when asked about Democrats' 2020 opposition, as the Biden administration relies upon reserves accumulated under Trump to temporarily lower gas prices, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre dismissed criticisms by arguing, “it was a different time then.”    3:40pm- Dr. EJ Antoni—Research Fellow for Regional Economics in the Center for Data Analysis at The Heritage Foundation—joins the show to talk about his recent New York Post editorial, “Average American is Losing $34k and Everything Else on Biden's Watch.”   4:05pm- According to reports from Fox News, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) may issue guidance to add the COVID-19 vaccines to the childhood immunization schedule, which could potentially result in vaccination being required in order to attend school. Johns Hopkins Professor Dr. Marty Makary said, if the guidance is ultimately issued by the CDC, it would be despite no clinical data supporting vaccination against COVID-19 for young children being made available to the public.    4:15pm- According to the Daily Mail, when asked about COVID-19 boosters, Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel stated: “If you're a 25-year-old, do you need an annual booster every year if you're healthy? You might want to… but I think it's going to be similar to flu, where it's going to be people at high-risk, people above 50 years of age, people with comorbidities, people with cancer and other conditions, people with transplants.”   4:30pm- Rich somehow manages to break his studio microphone mid-segment…   4:50pm- While appearing on MCNBC's Morning Joe, Democrat candidate for Georgia Governor Stacey Abrams claimed that expanding abortion access is a way to potentially fix inflationary worries, stating: “having children is why you're worried” about a rise in prices.    5:05pm- Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked White House Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre if the Biden Administration's attempt to put the oil industry out of business has had an impact on energy availability.   5:10pm- Chess Grandmaster Hans Niemann has been accused of cheating—with some suspecting he has been using a “wireless device” that he “inserted into his rectum.” At the US Chess Championships, Niemann underwent a metal detector sweep. Niemann has admitted to cheating in the past.    5:40pm- Daniel Turner—Founder & Executive Director of Power the Future—joins the show to discuss the Biden Administration's decision to release an additional 15 million barrels of oil from the nation's Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). Turner explains, this is a “desperate election-time band-aid.”    6:05pm- Harvard University's endowment has shrunk by $2.3 billion (a 1.8% negative return)—this comes after the school announced it would discontinue investments within the fossil fuel industry. According to reporting from the Daily Wire, in a letter, Harvard Management Company CEO N.P. Narvekar wrote, Harvard's abandonment of new fossil fuel investments “weighed upon performance.” Similarly, BlackRock has seen its stock downgraded over its embrace of “environmental, social, and governance movement” investing strategies.    6:40pm- The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is denying they had anything to do with a series of postings warning of potential Bigfoot encounters in state parks. In a statement, the department emphasized, “Bigfoot is not real.”    6:55pm- Who Won Social Media? + Zeoli's Final Thought ReplyForward