09/18/22The Healthy Matters PodcastEpisode - 21 - More of the Myriad Myths in Medicine - Let's Debunk Again!We've heard them all before, but is there any truth to the common myths in medicine? Can cold weather actually make you sick? Will cracking your knuckles lead to arthritis? Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? Join us for Episode 21 where Dr. Hilden covers the origins, validity, or shoddiness behind these theories and many more of the myths we've all grown up with. Got a question for the doc? Or an idea for a show? Contact us!Email - firstname.lastname@example.orgCall - 612-873-TALK (8255)Twitter - @drdavidhildenFind out more at www.healthymatters.org
Hi y'all! In this episode Tori and I talk about what God's faithfulness really looks like.Help us keep this Podcast ad free by joining our online family on Patreon!Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themastersfamBible.com Devotional: https://www.bible.com/et/reading-plans/13780-if-god-is-for-celebrating-the-power-of-gods-grace/day/6Find us on YouTube and IG:YouTube- https://youtube.com/c/ToriMastersTori's- https://www.instagram.com/torimasters/Chad's- https://www.instagram.com/chadmasters/Podcasts- https://www.instagram.com/morningswiththemasters/ & https://www.instagram.com/thatshotpodcast/
There are many myths and stereotypes surrounding the millennial generation in the workplace. Debunking these stereotypes will help you have a greater understanding of the unique differences as well as help you attract and retain staff. In this episode of The Art of Dental Finance and Management podcast, Art meets with Ryan Vet, author of Cracking the Millennial Code, to discuss how dentists can motivate and manage millennials on their dental team.Reach out to Art if you have any questions regarding dental finance and management for your dental practice. More information about the Eide Bailly dental team can be found at www.eidebailly.com/dentist.Being more strategic in all aspects of your dental practice will lead to increased profitability. https://www.eidebailly.com/industries/health-care/dentists#chatForm
On todays episode we are joined by Marcus Lashley, the director of the UF Deer Lab. Marcus shares some information about the rut, the conditions that help to start the rut, as well as shares some cool experiments done to help test rut theories. He will DEBUNK a few myths involving the rut, hog and deer relationships as well as a deer's diet. We will chat about predators, specifically the FLORIDA PANTHER and it's effect on a deers movement. He discusses CWD as well as what to do if you happen to come within range of a radio collared deer while hunting. This is guaranteed to be a super educational episode full of knowledge for everyone but especially those hunting in the sunshine state. As always make sure you follow What Off SZN on instagram Follow the UF Deer lab @ www.instagram.com/ufdeerlab Follow Marcus @ www.instagram.com/drdisturbance DISCOUNT CODES www.rekbroadheads.com CODE WHATOFFSZN15 www.instagram.com/dirtyropeco CODE WHATOFFSZN15
A healthy relationship with yourself comes from accepting and loving our bodies. It takes looking at yourself in the mirror or taking photos and wholly loving every part you see. The experience of boudoir photography has helped women embrace body confidence, sexuality, and inner beauty. It allows women to see themselves in a raw, transformative way. In this episode of The Pollen Podcast, Devin of Devin Helen Boudoir joins and shares her journey in empowering women through her craft. She imparts her experiences being a boudoir photographer, including the challenges of breaking the stigma around her work and surviving the pandemic. Devin encourages us to embrace this one life we have, and live well and fully in the body we are given. Listen to this episode and be empowered by Devin's story and craft! Create your own creative entrepreneurship story of clarity, professional confidence, and profit. Join Diana's 90-day group course Camp Clarity and learn everything you wish you already knew, like how to land dream clients, harness the power of social media, and make the money you deserve. Learn more here.
After experiencing a surge in medical misinformation during the pandemic, Dr. Vineet Arora and Sara Serritella decided medical professionals needed training to help combat it. Reset sits down with Dr. Arora and Serritella to learn about their new course and how to prevent medical misinformation from spreading.
Learn more about the North Carolina Network for Fair, Safe and Secure Elections. To register for an event in your area click here. To attend a virtual statewide event on September 19th, register here: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EhV2LqJiQeubJ6G5K4PNyA The post Former Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts and former state Supreme Court Justice Bob Orr about their new bipartisan effort to debunk conspiracy theories and assure North Carolinians about the security and honesty of state elections appeared first on NC Policy Watch.
This episode is your invitation to opt out of the lies you've been told about what your journey ‘should' look like. Debunk and unpack these lies with me, so that you can continue on your own terms, in your own time, and in a way that works for you. Please do excuse some of the sections of this episode where the numbers are a little all over the place. My brain was addled with a cold, but I promise you the content still rocks!
Kail is joined by longtime friend Keith Wilson Jr (@keith_splash). They address the rumors of them hooking up and talk about Keith's connection to one of Kail's baby daddies. Kail and Keith talk about their first impressions of each other in college and how their relationship has evolved since then, with Keith occasionally providing security detail for her. They get into topics like Kail being rushed at the VMA's, the double standards of cheating, and Keith's signature voice.
It's Fake News Friday with Andrew Lawton and Harrison Faulkner! This week, the CBC attempted to debunk the “conspiracy theory” that a London facility was producing crickets for human consumption. Unfortunately for the state broadcaster, the facility's developers acknowledge that crickets are in fact being made for humans. Whoops –another failed attempt by the CBC to debunk a “conspiracy theory.” Next up on the cancellation block is – surprise, surprise – Winston Churchill. According to an op-ed in the CBC, the leader who defeated the rise of fascism in Europe has “outdated views” and should no longer be commemorated as per the standards of 2022. Lastly, news that really matters to Canadians – do Nanaimo bars have flour in them? This week, Conservative leadership candidate Pierre Poilievre was blasted for promoting the story of a baker who's expenses for flour, eggs and butter has risen due to inflation, making it harder to bake Canada's national treat: Nanaimo bars. Time for some top-tier journalisming to figure out if these tasty treats have flour! Tune in to Fake News Friday on True North!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ashli Babbitt's mother joins the show to share Ashli's story and debunk the lies that have been told about her. Bobby Powell joins the discussion with indisputable proof of federal agents instigating the “insurrection.” If you want to support the show, you can donate here: http://bit.ly/cd-donate The late Dr. Zelenko left quite a legacy for Americans fighting the COVID agenda. The Z-Stack Protocol is one of them! Your immune system can be weakened by over 300 immunodeficiency disorders, poor diet, lack of sleep, and adverse reactions to various vaccines. Get your Z-Stack right now and stay healthy amid the attack on our bodies at http://zstacklife.com/cdp 10% of Z-Stack profits go to the https://www.zfreedomfoundation.com/ This episode of Conservative Daily is brought to you by DCF Guns. We all see what is happening in America right now. It has never been more important for you to arm yourself, and most importantly, learn how to use your arms safely and effectively. Check out DCF Guns at: https://dcfguns.com/ Become a Conservative Daily member right now for massive savings on Faxblasts, discounts at Joe's Depot, and more perks like backstage time with the hosts of Conservative Daily! Use the link and sign up today! https://conservative-daily.com/forms/Step1b Make sure you Like, Comment, and Share! Text FREEDOM to 89517 to get added to our text list to receive notifications when we go Live! Please make sure you join our newsletter to receive our action alerts: https://bit.ly/joinconservativedaily Get you and your family prepared at the Brighteon Store right now and stock up on high quality storable food, survival gear, and the cleanest supplements on the planet! https://bit.ly/3PezXDd Liberty Cigars is a Patriot owned business with an extensive line of historically themed individual cigars and cigar collections including the Commander Series, Founders Series, and the Presidents Series. All packaging is proudly made in the USA by American workers. A truly unique gift for both cigar and history lovers. All orders over $76 will receive a free Patrick Henry cigar, the perfect gift for anyone who says, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" this holiday season. Use code REPUBLIC at www.libertycigars.com Go to IPVANISH.com/daily and use promotional code DAILY - and claim your 70% savings. That's I-P-V-A-N-I-S-H.com/daily. If you want to support Mike Lindell and our show, use promo code CD21 to get up to 66% off at https://www.mypillow.com/radiospecials or by placing your order over the phone at 800-872-0627. When you use promo code CD21, a Queen Sized MyPillow is just $29, the cheapest it has ever been! Conservative Daily is on Rumble! https://rumble.com/user/ConservativeDaily We are now also going to be streaming on dlive! Check us out here: https://dlive.tv/ConservativeDaily Click here to donate: http://bit.ly/cd-donate Subscribe to our daily podcast at Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ConservativeDailyPodcast on Google Podcasts (for Android users): https://bit.ly/CDPodcastGoogle We are also available on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/2wD8YleiBM8bu0l3ahBLDN And on Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/conservative-daily-podcast/PC:37034 And on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-conservative-daily-podcast-53710765/ on TuneIn: https://tunein.com/radio/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-p1350272/ And on Podbean: https://conservative.podbean.com/ And now also on Audible! https://www.audible.com/pd/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-Podcast/B08JJQQ4M Support Joe Oltmann in his legal battle against Eric Coomer: https://givesendgo.com/defendjoeoltmann
Welcome to my FREE 5 Days to a Fitter YOU Challenge! If you're listening and have not signed up, head over to www.bicepsafterbabies.com/challenge and get registered. You literally have nothing to lose! Today is Day 4 which is all about debunking nutrition myths and helping you recognize what will actually help you move forward with your journey. Let's do this challenge together and by the end, you'll have a customized plan to fit you, your goals, and your life!
On this episode of Let's Talk Risk, Professor Jun Zhuang, the Morton C. Frank Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Buffalo, joins to talk misinformation on social media. Zhuang breaks down what misinformation on social media is and why it's important for us to think about.
Limiting beliefs are nothing more than ideas that we've told ourselves repeatedly until we believe them to be true. However, just because we believe something doesn't make it true. . Most of our beliefs are formed in childhood and they often come from the messages that we received from our parents, teachers, and other authority figures. For example, if you were told repeatedly as a child that you were stupid, you would likely believe that to be true about yourself as an adult. The good news is that we can choose to change our beliefs at any time.REGISTER FOR THE UPCOMING WORKSHOP ON SEPTEMBER 20TH & 22ND @ 5PMPST https://www.padmaali.com/dharma/ Don't forget to share your biggest takeaways with me and tag me on Instagram. Take a screenshot and share your takeaways on Instagram @padmaali www.padmaali.com ********* Padma Ali is a coach and a guide helping evolved purpose driven, executives like you to create impact by aligning with your highest potential For more information visit www.padmaali.com ****Special Announcement**** I have just a few spots for one on one coaching in 2022, please Email email@example.com to request a call or schedule a one time session here . Serious interest only. *************** If you've enjoyed this episode and felt inspired, we'd love to hear about it and know your takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, post it to your insta stories and tag me @padmaali. OTHER RESOURCES FOR YOU Don't forget to leavea review on iTunes or Spotify! InstagramLinked InYouTube ChannelFacebook
In this episode Brett calls on the community to debunk Hobby myths that invade our space, discusses the intoxication with unproven QBs, and shares some perspective on his selling process recently. Sign up for the Stacking Slabs Weekly Rip Newsletter using this linkSign up for Card Ladder and show your support for the show by using this linkFollow Stacking Slabs: | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | Tiktok
Join us in this very candid and casual conversation. Dr Wilson is a PhD molecular biologist who runs the YouTube Channel Debunk the Funk. He is passionate about science communication and debunking covid and vaccine misinformation. He is meticulous, yet easy to understand. I highly recommend his channel to get the information to debunk any current misinformation trends. We talk about his most recent episode, parenting, covid, science communication, and working in the STEM field.
I'm a chatterbox and we ended up doing a midwest goodbye. I do go on! Join us in this very candid and casual conversation. Dr Wilson is a PhD molecular biologist who runs the YouTube Channel Debunk the Funk. He is passionate about science communication and debunking covid and vaccine misinformation. He is meticulous, yet easy to understand. I highly recommend his channel to get the information to debunk any current misinformation trends. We talk about his most recent episode, parenting, covid, science communication, and working in the STEM field.
What are you capable of? Do you doubt yourself? Do you doubt if you're enough? Do you wonder if you have what it takes to change, to transform your life, to re-animate your present day with passion? Join us with Pro Dog Trainer, Dan “Tower” Anderson, as we dive into his dog training journey and what an amazing journey it has been! From a trainer confident with using aversive tools to achieve the outcomes his client's desired to a Pro Dog Trainer, a trainer guided by positive reinforcement, games-based training, Tower's story will charge you, ignite your passion and will fan those flames… In this episode, featuring his dogs, Bagheera (you might hear the toy squeaks!) and Roo, we go on a journey through real-life transformation, reflection, and a powerful evolution. Tower's journey urges us to be more intentional about getting off the fence of some of life's great choices. Get inspired to take a path that might look just a little uncomfortable and yet has the most amazing of views! If you're inspired by Tower's story (we have no doubt you will be!), contact the Ask team at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how you can take a step toward embracing a future full of playing games and getting real-life results…Support the show
In honor of our upcoming IO2022 Innovation Accelerated Summit, which is happening September 19th and 20th in Lincoln Nebraska, thought it'd be nice to pull some of the best interviews and sessions from our IO2020 Virtual Event. So, over the next few weeks, check out some of our amazing speakers and grab a ticket for the upcoming event. We'd love to see you there. Tickets and more information can be found IO2022.com. And now back to the show. Inside Outside Innovation is a podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Karen Holst, Author of Start WithinBrian Ardinger: Karen Holst is the Author of Start Within. Karen and I met a couple months ago. Probably in mid pandemic. She had me on her show. She has a LinkedIn show that she hosts and you're always bringing on some amazing guests. I had a great opportunity to talk to her and talk about what's going on in innovation and entrepreneurship, and this intersection between corporate and startups and such. I'll turn it over to Karen to talk a little bit more. Karen Holst: Great. Thank you. I am coming in from New Zealand. I originally was in San Francisco and then moved to Montreal for a couple years and still had San Francisco based work. So, I never really changed my profile in LinkedIn. It was very confusing. I had these, this double life going on, where I was spending half my year in California and half in Montreal. And then had the opportunity to come to Auckland and, and it's been an adventure, especially given the, the time that we're in right now.So, thank you for joining and I appreciate everyone sharing why they're joining here today. And I, I will tell you what I get excited about when it comes to innovation. It is unlocking people and doing this work and oftentimes that can be myself when I feel blocked up or maybe a little over my head in what I'm trying to do. Or it might be the team members and the people I'm consulting and bringing along and doing this work. So that's what I'm here to talk about today. Quick introduction on myself. My background, I had started a company after acquisition. I joined the California Department of Education and had this moment of what does it mean to innovate in a large organization, a state agency, no matter. And that being very different and that leading to writing the book. I joined IDEO and I also teach through LinkedIn learning. So that's the quick and dirty on me. I want to share a quick story on the importance of being bold and what it means to innovate and be the person that's igniting that in others. And this goes back to my ed tech startup. I was a co-founder in my early twenties and definitely feeling a little over my head.We were going after another round of funding. And I really needed to catalyze teams to think differently and start solving new challenges. And I had reached out to a woman that I, I didn't know, but she was someone I really respected in the corporate world and had grown businesses. She was gracious enough to give me 15 minutes of her time.And I sat down with her in a video call and said, explain where I was coming from and wanting to, you know, ignite passion and innovation in others. And what advice did she have for me in leading those teams? And she shared out of the gate, she said, don't bake goods and bring them into the office. You'll be seen as the mother caretaker, you know, the baker instead of the leader. And I was floored by that response. One, I'm not a baker. I would not put anyone into the, the task of trying to eat something that I make. I, I can do maybe a simple cake with a mix and cookies. But that is not something I would pride and force on my colleagues.But what I took out of that comment was, you know, assimilate. Fit in. And I looked around and I had, you know, an all-male board from our investment. And we were still looking to diversify our team and hadn't quite landed on how to do that. And so, I did slip a bit in my, what I think was my superpowers and being myself.And that is one of the takeaways is, you know, being yourself and acknowledging your strengths is a big part of this work and innovating. And also doing that with others when you're leading others. So, to be yourself with the caveat of, but better. And I think what all of this leads to is whether you're the optimistic yaysayer and that's me, or the kind of cross your arm, realistic, you know, pointing and poking holes at problems. All of those are great perspectives to have. It's trying to find that balance. And it's in yourself, it's in the teams that you lead. It's how your organization culture is built. All very important. And what it boils down to is being hard on the ideas and soft on people. So not focusing in on, you know, the person that's sharing the idea or talking about it, but really about the, the thing that's being said.And I really want to go deeper in that today. We have such a short amount of time. I'm going to go quickly. Please feel free to ask questions throughout. I can't see them. So, Brian, if you can let me know of any come in, I can slow down. I'll just kick off with, Start Within framework. And that's the book that I co-authored.And then we'll talk about the assumptions and mindsets about, around this work and go into two exercises that come from the book that you can use in your own work. Or you can take the teams. And then finish up with questions, of course. Where the book came from was again, when I had gone from my startup, I was hired within the California Department of Education to be entrepreneurial, but what that means within a larger state agency is very different. We obviously had lots of government funds and policies to work through and to be responsible around. But also needed to move quickly. It was all about bringing technology into the classroom. So that has to move quickly, but also responsibly.And it's also bringing in different ways of thinking. I was looking around for tools to do that. And there's so much amazing work out there on the culture of innovation and what leaders can do. But when you're a doer and you're tactically doing this work, I felt that there was an opportunity for Start Within in writing something about how to launch ideas within a big organization.So that's where it was born. It was focusing in on these doers. And I, I think so much about innovation is around this word that can feel very exclusive. But the people that are doing this work they're innovators. They're close to the problems that are plaguing the company, the customers, the employees. They see the problems and want to fix them.So, they're not just sitting back and saying, that's a problem for someone else. They're ready to take, you know, action. And they want to make things happen. In addition to that, the challenges, the tension is between getting them from that idea to actually seeing it through. That the organization that they work within there's often bias towards doing things the same. Even when we say we want to do, you know, innovate and do things differently, we just have this inclination to go back to, you know, status quo.There's also this amount of work outside of, you know, this idea. It's our day job, but we are hired to do our real responsibilities. And so that can feel overwhelming to try to juggle all of that. And then finally the tools and resources, the tactical support in making this happen. So again, this is where the framework for Start With and kind of was born from. The book is written around having models to identify the viable opportunities, the exercises to unlock creative problem solving. So, each chapter has an exercise that you can do solo, or you can take back to a team and do together. Thinking about the process and, you know, launching an idea with an organization and what that means. And then the strategies to come, overcome the, the obstacles and the roadblocks that come along the way.So, the three phases of Start Within starts with getting ready, then goes into getting set, and go. Briefly covering that, getting ready is all about identifying if your idea is ready to pursue. The assumptions and mindsets and the biases that we have around our idea that might get in the way. And then getting yourself and your idea organized so that when you're moving forward, you have the right things in place.The second section has the chapters around evaluating your organizational's readiness. Building your idea around the processes in place and finding opportunities for, for new ways of thinking. And then aligning to the organizational strategies and finding the people, you know, the stakeholder buy-in along the way.Finally, we finish up with go, and that is building your prototypes. Experimenting your way forward. How to turn a no into a yes, which we're going to cover one exercise today. And then forming and supporting, support as you go and launching your idea. Today, we're going to cover something from Chapter Two, Section One, Assumptions and Mindsets. And then something from Section Three, Turning a No into a Yes.I quickly want to talk about an example of the importance of getting past assumptions and biases. So, in 1997, crash test dummy was kind of the official way that in the United States, we were testing the airbags and effectiveness of, you know, safety belts. And these dummies were built in the seventies by an all-male engineering team.And what we are finding today is that crashes are, are more likely to impact women, children, people of different sizes than these dummies that were built. And they were really reflective of the all-male American engineering team that built them. You know, they didn't take into account all the different sizes and body parts that we have as humans.The data today from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, females wearing a seatbelt are 17% more likely to be killed when in a frontal car crash than a male. And then there's also a 2019 study from the University of Virginia that the odds of a female occupant being injured in a frontal car crash is 73% greater than the odds of a male occupant.So, all of this was, you know, the crash test dummies were really built to prevent injuries and make the safest cars on the market. But there were assumptions and biases built in them as, you know, humans and making them reflect what they look like versus what, you know, the variety we have in riding and driving cars.In the book, we talk about the layers of assumptions. I'm not going to go deep in them here, but it does start with ourselves, our background, and then goes out into the world that we are surrounded by. And all of this is part of when you recognize these layers and start to peel them back, you get closer to understanding what's blocking great ideas from becoming truly innovative and just being more of the same and incremental changes.The first exercise we're going to go through is debunk the truth. And again, this is something you can do yourself. So, if you have an idea, a, you know, problem you want to solve, you can do this solo. But I think it's far better when you can find a partner and think about it out loud or better when you're leading teams through this work as well.So, the Debunk the Truth exercise is really about you have an idea you're ready to go forward, or you have a problem that you think you've landed on, and before you move on, just pause and say, is what my assumptions and biases that are built into this idea this problem that I'm trying to solve. Actually, taking an account everything. The steps that you go through, there's five steps and it's deceptively simple. You start by listing out the self-evidence statements. Then you're taking out anything that is irrefutable fact. By the way, we're going to go through an example of this. Next to that you're putting the opposition statements. So, this must be true. Then you're giving the statement an opposition. From that point, you reflect on what activities you can do to test and then you're prioritizing them. So, this will all make sense as we walk through it. To think about this, I just challenge you to think about what problems, what ideas are you trying to solve for right now. And that can be in building your business. That can be in specific to a product or service. But if you think about a specific idea or problem, it could be across the spectrum in this phase that you're trying to solve for. Then as I go through these steps, you can think about the steps and how it relates to your work. Now we're going to go through the Debunk the Truth. So, the first step is listing out self-evidence statements about your idea. And this is really easy to do as a consultant or someone outside of the problem, because you can really poke holes. When you're in it, and you're stuck and saying it the same way over and over. But, you know, on a post-it note, you would capture self-evidence statements. About your idea. And each post-it note would be its own statement. For the purpose of this exercise. The idea that I'm going to focus in on was one that I had done with a, a large software company and it was around automation. You know that they're going to move forward on some innovation that would help automate and change their way of thinking. And way of working within the, the company. That would be the idea. The problem that they're trying to solve for. And thinking about the self-evidence statements, some of the ones that we captured were automation will save time. You know, that's an obvious one. Automation will save money. In other words, automation will improve employee morale. You know, there was a lot of work that was being redundant, and these employees could be better using their time elsewhere. And that cost reduction is a business priority.So, we captured lots and lots and lots. I mean, these are just for examples. We didn't just spend a couple minutes thinking about it. We really started to go deeper. And when people would talk generically, you know, trying to get more specific or if they got very specific, trying to get more generic, we're just pulling at this in different directions so we can get as much self-evident statements about that idea of improving automation.This step that is Remove Irrefutable Facts. Most of what you say will not be removed. I mean, we're trying to debunk the truth. So, if you believe everything to be true, it'd be, it's an urge to say, well, these are all irrefutable. But one that we did, you know, cross off in this example was cost reduction is a business priority.The CEO had clearly articulated that it was within all the KPIs and OKRs, and that is not something that we needed to debunk. It is a business priority. So, cost reduction is a business priority, we can take that off. And the rest of these, we kept up there as things to, you know, statements of opposition. That's the second step. The third step is for each of these truths, creating a statement and opposition. So, the thing that makes the opposite, the self-evidence statement here on the left automation will save time. The opposition statement is automation requires time. Self-evidence statement automation will save money. Opposition statement, it will cost money again. To create is one and to maintain is another. Or automation will improve employee morale. Automation may create fear for employees, job loss. So, we went through each one of these statements in opposition and created truth. And created the opposition statement. And when you present this with the team and explain that we're going to do the Statements of Opposition, as humans we immediately want to jump to this step. So we'll say, well, automation saves time, and then we'll immediately want to say, well, that could be, you know, actually the hope is that you could stay in the positive moment and capture as many of those, and then go to the statements of opposition. Rather than doing them concurrently.There's something about the brain that when you focus on the positive truths and then flip it, you get more creative and more insights. The next step is taking these statements of opposition and saying, okay, this is a new insight. Maybe there's more to learn here. And once you're identifying them, putting the activities that you could do to go after.So again, on the left, you have the opposition statements and on the right, you're seeing what were some of the activities that came from that, that we can find more learning to either prove the truth or disprove it. So, on the left automation requires time to create and maintain. Well, maybe we need to investigate frameworks that make automation more simple. Or automation will cost money to create and maintain. What's the breakeven analysis that we need to do? You know, one of the things that came out of that and the opportunities for learning was the team stepping back and saying, actually, you know, we know we want to save money, but we also know that it's going to be a big overhaul if we want to do it right. How much are we allowed to move forward in automation? And how much is this going to have to be over a period of time? It started to ask other questions. And some of the opportunities for learning was going back to leadership and saying, you know, here are the different scenarios. How do we want to break this down? And then the final one was automation may create fear for employees. The activity was, can we interview employees about how they view the future? About how automation might affect their day to day? And they actually had some, HR had done some surveys already. So, in talking about this out loud, HR was like, oh yeah, we have some of this data. I can share that with you. And so, they were able to then go fine tune and go deeper in doing these interviews.But again, you're going to potentially have multiple activities to one opposition statement. You're going to have a whole board of all of this. And you have to step back and say, all right, if we're going to debunk the truth and start uncovering assumptions and biases, we can't do all of these things. So, the final step is actually identifying what has priority. What has the highest risk if it's not disproven or proven. And the highest impact to the efforts that we're taking on.So, in this example, as we rated it with this company, three of them that came up the, you know, higher impact was conducting the break-even analysis and interviewing employees, and then lower impact, lower risk was investigating frameworks that make automation more simple. They had spent a few years doing some of that research.And so, they had some strong findings that they could rely on for that. But again, it was, this is how they would value, rank the activities. If you're in a different company, doing the exact same exercise on the exact same idea, how you prioritize it might look very different. So that is a very, very quick version of this.If you're using this, I say you could do this in 15 minutes and get some people thinking differently. Spending more time going deeper is where you have the aha moments. The having 15 to 30 minutes per step, at the very least you could extend this over days and have it up there and kind of, you have the opportunity for it to ruminate and think about, but really the big opportunity in an exercise like this is also assigning someone to be the yaysayer and someone to be the naysayer.And you might find people that are typically the optimistic person to say, hey, I want you to poke holes in this idea. Or the person that simply got has their arms crossed and can point out all the problems, asking them to be embracing the yaysayer and being the yes, and. And by putting that on people and the team you're making them use their brain differently. And that is all what, you know, innovation is about, is unlocking people and being bolder and expanding their spectrum of how they think about problems and how they identify ideas. So, the second exercise won't take as long to go through. It's also deceptively simple. I love this one for myself when I do it. I try not to do it by myself. I love to do it over wine with my husband, or I'll find a colleague and do it over coffee. Or when I'm doing it, mentoring companies or executives and people within teams, this is a great tool to use. So, it's called the One Maybe at a Time. And then we'll go into the steps, which is the next slide.Three very simple steps. You're finding out why there's a, about, you know, a barrier to the problem. You're exploring the opportunities and then you're finding the tactical solutions for how to move forward. So again, pausing here. What challenge are you currently, or might you be facing soon? An example that I hear often is cut back in resources. Whether that's funding, the number of people that can work toward a project, these are all great barriers to consider.But what challenge are you seeing right now? Or are you predicting and building for, into the future? If you think about that as we go through these steps, I'll give you an example again, but you can use your challenge, your idea, as you know, we go through the steps as well. When I do this in Mural, you have the three sections, you can do it on a whiteboard. You can do it on a wall. Each thing that you're capturing is going to be on its own post-it note. But the first, very first part of the, the problem that you're thinking about is the, the why behind there's a barrier, the roadblock. The, the no, because, and I'm going to give an example from a different software company. So, I was hired to think about, you know, creating the, the 10 vision and working with the leadership to make their innovation roadmap happen. As I was there and looking around recognized that they had a very big problem in diversity. Something that they recognize as well. There were no women in leadership. The diversity of the people that worked there, they had a lot of work to do.And so, towards the end of my project, raising that to the executive that had brought me on as an issue that I'd like to try to address. I got a big fact, no. Because we just hired someone to lead D and I efforts and they're, they're getting onboarded. They're going to take this on. Other, no, because that I would, you know, captured in doing this exercise was, well, no, you weren't hired to do this at all. This is completely out of the scope. No, we don't have the money to, to help, you know, pay for you to do this work. No, you're not an expert in this besides, you know, just being an experienced human in, in the corporate world. So, there were lots of No Becauses and some of them, I heard. Some of them, I believed to be there. Some of them, I predicted if I tried to take this work on. Capturing each of them on a post-it note, and then I paused and said, where's their room for me to do something like what's the, maybe if what's the reframed approach. And again, when you're thinking about innovation, people can get blocked up and wanting to go towards the big prize.But if you can find these incremental tears and thinking differently. And exercising the muscle of finding new ways forward, this will only lead later on down the line to the radical, big thinking. So, I, I love this example for very tactical specific needs. But it is a sprint towards the innovation marathon.It's just one of the things that's going to continue to tweak you and make you better at doing this work and leading this work. So, the maybe if in this example, recapturing the, you know, reframing the opportunities. Maybe if I talked to hiring managers, actively recruiting, we could evaluate effectiveness of currently posted job openings.This was something I could do without big lift. This is something that could make an immediate impact. And teaching and learning from it. Wasn't going to step on any toes. There were some other ideas that we came up with too. I, I sat down with a team of women that were very passionate about this. And thinking about what we could do that was not going to go against what we're there hired to be doing.Final step is the Then What. Like, what is the action plan? What are you going to actually do to move forward and start testing how to move beyond this moment. And that was creating the volunteer led task force that would review the current job postings. And when we did that, there were ideas of putting the job postings in front of women groups, programmers, engineers, product leaders, and getting their feedback.And the feedback immediately was so helpful. It. It allowed us to rethink how we wrote those job descriptions and what requirements we had. In all of this, again, doesn't necessarily feel like a truly innovative new approach. But just the exercise of doing something where you don't accept, no. You find a new way forward. That kind of re pulled back some of the scar tissue of like, oh, you know how things are around here?No, you know, can't make change without it being slow. People started to see that if they move forward, even if it's slowly, incrementally. That they can make a big impact. So, I really love this exercise for that reason because it's super simple. It's easy to do and can make an impact in the long run. Again, this is a, an overview of how you might want to use this either with yourself or by leading teams, but you can do it in very quickly. Spending more time and reflecting, I think, to get true new, you know, ways of approaching it's coming back to it and continuing to say, where are their new opportunities to experiment our way forward?So that is the very, very fast version. If you want to reach out. Just to highlight what we covered, two exercises, this is a way to reach me. I teach an innovation product innovation course on LinkedIn. That's the Bitly. You can find the book on the Link, or you can email me directly. And of course, I'm on LinkedIn. So, you can find me there as well.Brian Ardinger: I love that very much, Karen. You know, the book is great because it's, it's so tactical. You know, it forces you to, you know, here's the questions I need to ask myself or my team. And it gives you that kind of playbook in a variety of different circumstances. So, I encourage people to check that out for sure.Thank you for coming out and being part of this. I know you've got a whole day ahead of you. It's early morning there in, in New Zealand. So, I appreciate you coming out for IO2020 and being a part of it. I want to thank all the attendees for jumping in here. Thanks again.That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. 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If there were a Mount Rushmore of American Black intellectuals, the three guests on this show would certainly be on it: Glenn Loury is a professor of the social sciences in the Department of economics at Brown, a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, and the host of his wildly successful podcast, The Glenn Show. Ian Rowe is the cofounder of Vertex Partnership Academies and the author of the new book Agency: The Four Point Plan (F.R.E.E.) for ALL Children to Overcome the Victimhood Narrative and Discover Their Pathway to Power. Robert Woodson is the founder of the Woodson Center, an organization devoted to “empowering community-based leaders to promote solutions that reduce crime and violence, restore families, revitalize underserved communities, and assist in the creation of economic enterprise.” In this wide-ranging conversation, the three men debunk The 1619 Project, advocate for the restoration of the Black family and the Black church, describe their own very different upbringings and formative experiences, and discuss the many reasons why they are optimistic about the future of Black Americans, despite the narrative commonly expressed in the media. Recorded on May 13, 2022, at the Old Parkland Conference in Dallas, Texas.
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Do you want tips, examples and resources to make your eLearning more accessible? In this episode we: - Debunk some myths around accessibility. - Provide examples of assistive technologies and how they can be used. - Spotlight tips on how we might make alt text, hyperlinks, the order of content more accessible. - Create an accessibility consideration checklist that you can use for the training you design. - Share resources. Thank you to the passionate and purposeful team behind the LinkedIn group, Learning Content Accessibility Spotlight: Ivett, Sabrina and Teresa. Your practical tips and reflective opportunities expose many ways we can consider accessibility in the training we design. You share sooo many useful tips to help us consider a more accessible learning world. Thank you.
Today I'm going to dig into who you allow into your personal space and how to handle the objections that come up with sales calls. Bottom line, you want them to evaluate whether they can come up with the money to invest or if they have the time to continue to figure it out on their own. When someone comes at you with objections, there are some things you should do: Validate their beliefs. They want to feel seen, understood, and heard. Debunk the myths. Dig deep into their goals, peel back the layers, and ask why they're looking to outsource. ROCK SOLID ACADEMY IS NOW ENROLLING! https://jadejessicacoaching.mykajabi.com/Rock%20Solid%20Academy%202-0 (https://jadejessicacoaching.mykajabi.com/Rock%20Solid%20Academy%202-0) https://www.instagram.com/jadejessicacoaching/ (https://www.instagram.com/jadejessicacoaching/) Music credit: Bouncin' Back by Reaktor Productions A https://www.angiemjordan.com/podcast-launch-bestie (Podcast Launch Bestie) production
Wondering which extracurricular activities to invest in while in high school to stand out against the crowd when applying to colleges? Tiffany shares common extracurricular activities that aren't as helpful for your college applications. Watch to learn what activities to avoid and pursue. Note: these activities apply to very selective universities and is not a comprehensive list. These activities are also not discouraged. The goal is to really stand out by having a unique application. WHAT TO WATCH NEXT: Financial Aid Expert Shares Everything You Need to Know (get more aid, when to appeal, manage loans) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5_hm0QACco
Here are 13 common stories you may be telling yourself to not ask for what you want. Overcome these myths so that you can finally make requests and start getting more of what you want faster. ✔️Discover the top 13 myths preventing you from asking ✔️Debunk your asking myths ✔️Gain more confidence to express your needs and desires Links: 9 episodes to help you find courage to speak your mind: https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/048-find-courage-to-speak-your-mind-in-these-9-episodes A Breakthrough Career Conversation You Need To Pursue Your Dreams (With Google UX Researcher Ojuolape Junaid): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/find-courage-even-if-you-are-scared-of-embarrassment-with-google-us-researcher-ojuolape-junaid Assertiveness free resources: https://assertiveway.com/free/ Assertive & Liked 10-Day Challenge: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/10daychallengeoffer Assertiveness free training: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/getahead Assertive Communication Newsletter: https://assertiveway.com/newsletter/ Please leave the podcast a rating or review to support it: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-your-mind-unapologetically-podcast/id1623647915 Leave the podcast a rating or review guide: https://youtu.be/iN96MGnmFdk
Timothy Caulfield (@CaulfieldTim) is Professor of health law & science policy, speaker, TV host & author. He joins Seth Andrews for a compelling and fun conversation about information and misinformation in the media age.VIDEO of this conversation: https://youtu.be/QkocEE3cans
Do you compare yourself to other entrepreneurs? The grass always looks greener on the other side — if you've compared your business to a 100k or 200k business on social media, you are not alone! What does it mean to have a 100k or 200k business? In this episode of The Pollen Podcast, we'll talk about how money, business, and revenue are often portrayed online. Sometimes, how people frame their financial accomplishments can be misleading. But if you have a firm understanding of revenue, you can build a 100k or 200k business, as well. Listen to this episode to learn the truth behind revenue and financial wins. Create your own creative entrepreneurship story of clarity, professional confidence, and profit. Join Diana's 90-day group course Camp Clarity and learn everything you wish you already knew, like how to land dream clients, harness the power of social media, and make the money you deserve. Learn more here.
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for July 1, 2022 is: debunk dee-BUNK verb To debunk something, such as a story, theory, or idea, is to show or expose the falseness of it. // The article thoroughly debunks the notion that life exists on Mars. See the entry > Examples: "The idea that dogs spend every waking moment trying to usurp their human masters and become 'the alpha' in the house ... [was] first introduced by a wolf ecologist in the mid-20th Century, [and] was later debunked after ecologists realised that the original observations of dominance behaviours were based on captive wolves (unrelated to one another) kept in a zoo enclosure." — Jules Howard, Science Focus, 19 May 2022 Did you know? To debunk something is to take the bunk out of it—that bunk being “nonsense.” (Bunk is short for the synonymous bunkum, which has political origins.) Debunk has been in use since at least the 1920s, and it contrasts with synonyms like disprove and rebut by suggesting that something is not merely untrue but is also a sham—a trick meant to deceive. One can simply disprove a myth, but if it is debunked, the implication is that the myth was a grossly exaggerated or foolish claim.
Elizabeth Warren Suggests Putting Abortion Clinics in National Parks More than 100,000 march for life in Spain Lloyd - Did Mary maintain her virginity through child birth and was she in pain? Can you explain the different rites? Someone said he was Catholic but not “Roman Catholic.” How to Debunk 7 Common Myths About Overturning Roe v. Wade Jo - What is the Didache, and where can I get it? Patrick recommends “The Four Witnesses” by Rod Bennett Howard - Did the Angels actually move Mary's original birth home and moving it away from the Muslims? Bill - Will everyone experience purgatory even if they are not Catholic? Every branch of the U.S. military is struggling to meet its 2022 recruiting goals Army relaxes tattoo policy, approves some hand, neck ink as it faces recruiting shortfall NATO to dramatically increase forces on high alert to over 300,000 from 40,000 amid Russia threat Mike - What was the agreement between protestants and Catholics in the late 90s about how to attain salvation? A Catholic Priest here said that Protestants got it right.
Konrad chats with YouTuber Debunk the Funk about COVID, Science & Misinformation. We discuss; - How to navigate misinformation - Anti-Vax v pro-vax - Tactics used to create an anti-vaxxer - The problem with science - The problem with big Pharma - Can science be trusted? - Can you really "do your own research"? - Who can you trust? - Trusting science OR yourself - Your personal bias' - How much does a scientist earn - Is Anthony Fauci from the Devil? - Robert F Kennedy, hero or deluded? - Ivermectin and other covid treatments. Previous episode exploring the book The Real Anthony Fauci https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ideas-digest/id1456290043 Connect with Dr Wilson https://www.youtube.com/c/DebunktheFunkwithDrWilson Support the show https://ideasdigest.supercast.com/ Plus subscribers will also get access to bonus content. Connect with us Tune in to our live podcast recordings on instagram https://www.instagram.com/ideasdigest/ https://twitter.com/ideas_digest Email: Ideasdigest@gmail.com Music: Lawson Hull https://www.instagram.com/lawsonhull/
‘Manifesting is just woo woo, you can't think your thoughts into reality' Let's break down why this statement isn't true & why manifesting is the secret behind how SO many people have built their dream reality ✨ We've spoken a lot on this poddy about what manifesting is, but in today's chat we are giving you the actual steps you need so you can get anything your heart desires… There's so much information out there, but today you're going to hear the formula G has been using & testing for 6 years, that is the very reason she wakes up every day feeling like her life is a dream… You can find our website here. You can join our Facebook group here. You can download our Ebook here. The Rise & Conquer Project is coming back for round 5 & the cart opens on July 4th. Click here to find out more information about the Rise and Conquer Project, our 7 week self-development and manifesting course. AD/ Want to elevate your day and fuel your workouts naturally? Use ‘Riseandconquerpodcast' at checkout for 10% off your order at www.nakedharvestsupplements.com
Brian goes to Fairfax to witness Judge Azcarate's final orders in the trial and speaks with Johnny Depp's lawyer Ben Chew! And Karen, Alison and Brian respond to the Dateline interview with Amber Heard.
Remember when Cameron Diaz put the 'seed' in her hair in 'There's Something About Mary"? Or what about dodging bullets Matrix-style!? We test if these stunts can ACTUALLY happen in real life, PLUS is it even possible to get out of a car boot!? Let's try it when we kidnap Mayo!!
Back to the Grey Eagle Resort and Casino in beautiful Calgary, Alberta as we recap Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final, discuss some breaking news around the NHL, preview Week 3 of the CFL season and so much more! Special guests include Julie Stewart-Binks! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Quantum Nurse www.quantumnurse.life presents Freedom International Livestream On June 21, 2022 Tuesday @ 12:00 PM EST 5:00 PM UK 6:00 PM Germany Guest: Matthew Ehret https://risingtidefoundation.net/ https://canadianpatriot.org/ Topic: “Transforming Useless Eaters into Useful Creators” where we can debunk the myth of overpopulation. Matthew is a journalist and co-founder of theRising Tide Foundation. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Canadian Patriot Review, Senior Fellow at the American University of Moscow and BRI Expert for Rogue News. Matthew has published scientific articles with 21st Century Science and Technology, Nexus, Principia Scientifica, and is a regular author on Strategic Culture, Washington Times, The Cradle and Global Research. He has authored the book series “The Untold History of Canada” and the recently published book series“The Clash of the Two Americas. Volumes 1-3: Vol 1- The Unfinished Symphony, Vol 2- Open vs. Closed System and vol 3 - most recent - The Birth of a Eurasian Manifest Destiny.” Interview Panel Grace Asagra, RN MA Podcast: Quantum Nurse: Out of the Rabbit Hole from Stress www.quantumnurse.life https://www.bitchute.com/channel/nDjE6Ciyg0ED/ Dr. Jayne Marquis, ND Podcast: INpowered https://linktr.ee/INpoweredhealth Hartmut Schumacher Podcast: GO YOUR OWN PATH https://anchor.fm/hartmut-schumacher-path Roy Coughlan Podcast: AWAKENING https://www.awakeningpodcast.org/
We are in the middle of a mini-series all about hard conversations. Last week we discussed the real reasons we avoid them. This week we are diving into why we need to have them. I'm coming to you today from the place of both a therapist and a person with personal experience in this area. Why we need them: Debunk assumptions and expose invisible walls Restore relationships Release relationships Conversation Challenge: Think about one relationship in your life that matters to you. It matters because God has put that person in your life and He has asked you to invest in the relationship. Do you feel a distance in that relationship? Would you like to be closer? Ask God to highlight one thing you could bring to attention in that relationship. Pray over that relationship this week. Resource mentioned: Communication guide Connect with Rachael: website | Instagram | Facebook
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It takes faith to put God first in your finances. Did you know that the Bible talks about money 5x more than prayer and faith? God is very interested in our finances. Debunk what you think you know about tithing and learn why we do it.
Today on the Matt Walsh Show, it finally happened. One brave left wing journalist watched and reviewed What Is A Woman. They didn't like it, shockingly. Also, the January 6th hearings were held last night and nobody cares. I certainly don't. More shocking and damning revelations about the law enforcement response, or lack thereof, in Uvalde. A former NBA star opens up about his “trans” child. Parents sue Instagram for the damage it did to their daughter. And in our Daily Cancellation, Old Navy tries to virtue signal to the body positivity crowd and it backfires in a major way. Watch my new Daily Wire original documentary “What Is A Woman?” at whatisawoman.com. I am a beloved LGBTQ+ and children's author. Reserve your copy of Johnny The Walrus here: https://utm.io/uevUc. Join Matt and the Daily Wire crew for Backstage Live At The Ryman on June 29th. Get your tickets now: https://utm.io/uezFr — Today's Sponsors: Download the FREE Upside app with promo code 'WALSH' and earn 25¢ or more CASH BACK on your first tank. Shop auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Visit www.RockAuto.com and enter "WALSH" in the 'How Did You Hear About Us' Box. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Putin's de-nazification narrative, weaponized biolabs, and conspiracy theories about the atrocities in Bucha are just a few examples of the Russian disinformation campaign that a shocking number of Americans on the left and right are falling for. National security expert Thomas Rid joins us to explain the history of Russian propaganda and the current tactics used by the Putin regime to commit disinformation and political warfare. Dr. Thomas Rid is the author of "Active Measures: The Secret History of Disinformation and Political Warfare" and the Professor of Strategic Studies at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies. Follow him on Twitter at @RidT.