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In this month's episode, Dr. Alysha Helmrich sits down with Marissa Webber, a PhD Candidate at Carnegie Mellon University, to discuss her recent publication: A Review of Decision Making Under Deep Uncertainty Applications Using Green Infrastructure for Flood Management. We also introduce our new sponsor, NATURA. Review Paper: Coming soon!DMDU Book: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-05252-2---If you have questions, comments, or suggestions for future episodes, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Twitter @FutureCitiesPod. Learn more about the NATURA project at natura-net.org.
Mike & Jim work through the considerations a tactical commander has to account for to accelerate the decision making process, navigate risk, and ultimately encourage initiative and violence of action. Like what we're doing? Head over to Patreon and give us a buck for each new episode. You can also make a one-time contribution at GoFundMe. Intro music credit Bensound.com
Welcome to Episode 19 of the Garlic Fries and Baseball Guys Podcast. The Giants are taking things a little too far with platooning. Not everyone needs to be platooned, especially Joc Pederson. Later, Willard and Shasky discuss how Gabe Kapler may still be trying the perfect balance between data and gut feeling when managing. It's a tough line to stand on. Finally, the Nationals appear to be close to locking in Juan Soto for a very long time, but there is still some hope he could one day don the Orange and Black. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Roger Pielke, Jr. has been on the faculty of the University of Colorado Boulder since 2001, where he teaches and writes on a diverse range of policy and governance issues related to science, technology, environment, innovation and sports. Roger is a professor in the Environmental Studies Program. Roger is currently focusing his research on a NSF-sponsored, 16-country evaluation of science advice in the COVID-19 pandemic. Roger holds degrees in mathematics, public policy and political science, all from the University of Colorado. In 2012 Roger was awarded an honorary doctorate from Linköping University in Sweden and was also awarded the Public Service Award of the Geological Society of America. In 2006, Roger received the Eduard Brückner Prize in Munich, Germany in 2006 for outstanding achievement in interdisciplinary climate research. Roger has been a Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan since 2016. From 2019 he has served as a science and economics adviser to Environmental Progress. Roger was a Fellow of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences from 2001 to 2016. He served as a Senior Fellow of The Breakthrough Institute from 2008 to 2018. In 2007 Roger served as a James Martin Fellow at Oxford University's Said Business School. Before joining the faculty of the University of Colorado, from 1993 to 2001 Roger was a Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. At the University of Colorado, Roger founded and directed both the Center for Science and Technology Policy Research and the Sports Governance Center. He also created and led the university's Graduate Certificate Program in Science and Technology Policy, which has seen its graduates move on to faculty positions, Congressional staff, presidential political appointees and in positions in business and civil society. His books include Hurricanes: Their Nature and Impacts on Society (with R. Pielke Sr., 1997, John Wiley, full text free as PDF), Prediction: Science, Decision Making and the Future of Nature (with D. Sarewitz and R. Byerly, 2001, Island Press), The Honest Broker: Making Sense of Science in Policy and Politics published by Cambridge University Press (2007), The Climate Fix: What Scientists and Politicians Won't Tell you About Global Warming (2010, Basic Books). Presidential Science Advisors: Reflections on Science, Policy and Politics (with R. Klein, 2011, Springer), and The Edge: The War Against Cheating and Corruption in the Cutthroat World of Elite Sports (Roaring Forties Press, 2016). His most recent book is The Rightful Place of Science: Disasters and Climate Change (2nd edition, 2018, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes).
Rachel and David answer three big questions: 1. How to learn to love being single and on your own at 43… 2. Tips on making decisions and sticking to them for example which goals to focus on… 3. How to get yourself out of a rut. Rachel and David dive deep into why age is only a number, how to uncover hidden beliefs you have surrounding love and relationships later in life, why it may be better to be single at 43 than 23 (you'll LOVE this one!), and how to actually enjoy the process of dating rather than seeing it as a chore or something to be endured! We all know people that exude charisma and that special something but what is it that makes someone truly sexy? Rachel and David explore what that secret ingredient is, the precursor to sexy (it's not the six pack), how to be happy on your own, and just what exactly you're supposed to do in the meantime while you're waiting around for Mr or Mrs Right… Moving on, the two dive into decisiveness and the importance of knowing yourself, the 2 big factors that get in the way of making decisions, and the 3 underlying fears that hold so many of us back when it comes to taking action (number 2 will blow your mind!). Finally, Episode 67 closes with the answer to one of the biggest blocks in life: THE RUT. Find out practical tips on how to break out of yours, what to focus on, how to reframe, and how to learn to let go and let the answers come to YOU. If you have any questions for the podcast please send them to: Podcast@ChaseLifeConsulting.com If you're ready to take decisive action to resolve your struggles with binge / emotional eating, stress, overwhelm, or low self esteem, you can book in for a call at: https://calendly.com/chaselifeconsulting/chaselifeintensivecall To find out more about who we are and what we do go to: www.ChaseLifeConsulting.com
https://youtu.be/xYSvQT1TIhQ Karen O'Brien is the author of the new book, You Matter More Than You Think: Quantum Social Change for a Thriving World. Karen is a Professor in the Department of Sociology and Human Geography at the University of Oslo, Norway. She is co-founder of cCHANGE, an organization that links research with action for with transformations to sustainability. Karen was named by Web of Science as one of the world's most influential researchers of the past decade in 2019 and 2020. In 2021 she was co-recipient of the BBVA Foundations Frontiers of Knowledge Award for Climate Change. More information about the guest can be found at https://www.youmattermorethanyouthink.com/
When making hard decisions it can feel paralyzing, as if one decision could derail our entire life. You may be asked to make incredibly hard decisions on a path to becoming a parent so I created this for you. It is one of my favorite time out of thinking exercises I use to get in touch with my higher self when I am struggle to make the "right" decision. Enjoy! P.S. Please do not listen to this while driving or operating heavy machinery. Save it for a time when you can listen and be open to all that your mind and body have to offer you.
The NBA Free agency is looking and the Utah Jazz decison making tree is becoming more and more clear. David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, takes you through the steps the Utah Jazz front office is going through to determine what they do in the off-season. the real question is there a good solution and a correct route for the Utah Jazz and do they dictate that ability. Yesterday we looked at the case for the Utah Jazz assistant coach Alex Jensen as the Utah Jazz head coach. Today we do the same with New York Knicks and former Utah Jazz assistant coach Johnnie Bryant. The case for Bryant is very similar to numerous other coaches in the search. Then it is time to go shopping and look at the menus of NBA rosters. Locked On Jazz Podcast https://www.lockedonjazz.net/ LockedOnJazz.com https://buff.ly/2FEZTVY Apple https://apple.co/3Dc8QBq Spotify https://spoti.fi/3IfvgVX Stitcher https://bit.ly/3pkGyzB Google https://bit.ly/3I8TwJz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the Definitely, Maybe Agile podcast Dave and Peter dive into executive decision-making. We discuss what can happen when powerful, informed people with a lot of authority and responsibility try to come together to make decisions.This week's takeaways:Pace of change – decision-making is an essential skillEmotional intelligence to recognize if we need to step backRoot of leadership changeDecision gap (lead time)Is the decision being made in the right place?We love to hear feedback! If you have questions, would like to propose a topic, or even join us for a conversation, contact us here: email@example.com
The 2022 Environment Performance Index (EPI), which evaluates countries on their track record in mitigating climate change, improving environmental health, and protecting ecosystem vitality, has ranked India last – at 180th out of 180 countries. The government of India has rejected the Index, claiming that it is based on “biased metrics”. The report, produced by researchers from Yale and Columbia Universities, has ranked Denmark at the top with a score of 77.90, while India is at the bottom with a score of 18.90. So, what is the EPI all about? How valid are the government's claims that its metrics are biased and unfair to India? Can it reshape environmental policy, or change the way countries take decisions that impact the environment? Guest: Kanchi Kohli from the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), New Delhi Host: G. Sampath, Social Affairs Editor, The Hindu Edited by Reenu Cyriac
Posted by Adam Turteltaub Good and bad decisions are at the heart of compliance efforts. So much of our work is dedicated to helping people make better informed choices. In this podcast, Rupert Evill, Founding Director of EthicsInsight shares practical advice for making good decisions. He begins, though, with outlining several factors that lead to bad decision making. Pressure is, not surprisingly, a very large factor, whether it is time-based or financial. Ethical hazing wrongly gives people permission to do something that they shouldn't. Faulty assumptions are another persistent challenge. Still another factor is failure to plan. Not taking the time to foresee issues can leave individuals suddenly confronted with circumstances where it is already too late to do the right thing. So how do we encourage and make good decisions? He lays out four steps: Consider possible outcomes. Take the time to assess what might happen and encourage diverse opinions. One handy trick he recommends is asking people to write down ideas rather than sharing them publicly. That can lead to more diverse thinking. Consider the likelihood of each outcome. When doing so, he recommends using a numerical scale rather than words like “it's possible.” That phrase can mean very different things to different people. Rank the preferred outcomes and their likelihood. Look for assumptions in decision making and test them to see if they are true. Consider carefully your strategy for achieving your goals. Consider what can be done now to favorable affect the outcome. Think through what the options are, don't show your cards too soon and remember that there is usually more than one option. Listen in to learn more. It could be the best decision you make today.
Katy Milkman - Creating Lasting Behavior Change for Good. | Brought to you by AppSumo and Gusto. The first 100 people to click https://social.appsumo.com/passion will get 10% off of their first purchase with AppSumo! Gusto is offering our listeners three months free https://www.gusto.com/passionstruck. Dr. Katy Milkman is the James G. Dinan Endowed Chair at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, host of Charles Schwab's popular behavioral economics podcast Choiceology, and the former president of the International Society for Judgment and Decision Making. She is also the co-founder and co-director of the Behavior Change for Good Initiative, a research center with the mission of advancing the science of lasting behavior change. 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From full-service payroll and benefits to team management tools and more, Gusto makes it easy to support your hardworking team in one intuitive platform. Gusto is offering our listeners three months free https://www.gusto.com/passionstruck. Thank you AppSumo for Sponsoring. This episode is also sponsored by AppSumo. Over 1 million entrepreneurs and creators trust AppSumo to help them discover, buy, and sell the products they need to grow their business and audience. As a special bonus, AppSumo is giving 10% off the already discounted price to the first 100 people who click the link in the show notes: https://social.appsumo.com/passion. What I discuss with Katy Milkman In this episode of the Passion Struck Podcast Katy Milkman joins us to discuss how she is advancing the science of behavior change to understand which strategies work best overall, what works best for whom, and how to most effectively use behavioral science to help people transform their lives for the better. We go into why she created the largest interdisciplinary effort in history to solve the problem of enduring behavior change. 0:00 Announcements 2:36 Introducing Katy Milkman 4:47 Better Change for Good Initiative 11:35 Using a megastudy approach 12:21 Importance of intentionality in behavior change 14:54 How to master behavior change 23:09 We think we will change far less than we actually do 26:55 The micro-choices determine our lives 29:34 Internal barriers to change 35:20 Fresh start effect 42:43 The psychology of persuasion 44:34 Effortless perfection 50:02 How we live matches our goals 54:43 Why we chose immediate gratification 57:09 Wrap-Up and Synthesis Where you can find Katy Milkman: * Website: https://www.katymilkman.com/ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katymilkman/ * Choiceology Podcast: https://www.katymilkman.com/podcast * Twitter: https://twitter.com/katy_milkman * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katy-milkman/ * Behavior Change for Good Initiative: https://bcfg.wharton.upenn.edu/ Links from the show * My interview with David Yaden on self-transcendence, psychedelics, and behavior change: https://passionstruck.com/david-yaden-on-self-transcendence-experiences/ * My solo episode on why you must feel to heal: https://passionstruck.com/why-you-must-feel-to-find-emotional-healing/ * My interview with Cathy Heller: https://passionstruck.com/cathy-heller-how-do-you-find-your-lifes-passion/ * My interview with Michael Slepian: https://passionstruck.com/michael-slepian-the-secret-life-of-secrets/ * My interview with Jordan Harbinger on Why Legacy is Greater Than Currency: https://passionstruck.com/jordan-harbinger-on-why-building-your-legacy-is-greater-than-currency/ * My interview with Sarah Fay on the fallacies of the DSM: https://passionstruck.com/sarah-fay-pathological/ -- Welcome to Passion Struck podcast, a show where you get to join me in exploring the mindset and philosophy of the world's most inspiring everyday heroes to learn their lessons to living intentionally. 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With the increasing severity of the climate problem, thankfully, there are organizations like Cervest that offer their climate intelligence program to empower companies and individuals to analyze their climate risk and make climate-informed decisions. For this reason, Cervest's Founder and CEO Iggy Bassi joins us today to educate us on why we need to quantify and act on climate risks. Some of the highlights of this episode include the extremely useful advice that Iggy shares on building a mission-driving business, hiring the right people, finding the right investors, cultivating great relationships with both your staff and investors, and getting through the dark days. He also talks about why you need to marry method with conviction, which he emphasizes a lot, as it has a big role to play for founders when building a company. This is an episode you won't want to miss.Iggy's key lessons and quotes from this episode were:“Conviction needs to be high on mission, but also needs to marry with method as well, because the real impact you're looking to make has to be scalable.” (27:17)“There'll always be dark days… The question is, who do you want around your board when times get dark, and do they believe in the same thing that you believe?” (27:52)“You may be very strong on vision, but you've got to surround yourself with the right talent, and you have to build the right culture, because [...] for every power you have, you have a corresponding weakness as well.” (31:43)In this episode, we also talked about:Cervest and how it works (6:32)Why people use Cervest (17:54)Iggy's hardest lessons learned (26:47)Finding mission-aligned investors (34:55)Support the show
Guest Brendan Doherty had entered college thinking he was a math and science person, was then drawn to government but his choice of major—geography—ultimately felt made for him when the government courses were all full. His post-college decision points, however, seemed to always weigh the balance between two weighty options. First he needed to decide whether he would stick with the favored idea of law school and not fully enjoy the work or choose a riskier unsure path. Then, when conflicting religious beliefs complicated his burgeoning relationship with a wonderful woman, he needed to decide whether they should break up or figure out a compromise. He weighed keeping a commitment to the Peace Corps with returning to a safer environment with loved ones and then whether to cut a west coast adventure short to move east or make a 5,000-mile trip to keep the California dream alive. Not always was the first choice the choice that stuck.In this episode, find out from Brendan how sometimes just making any choice shows you, ultimately, the way to the right path…on Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestBrendan Doherty is a Professor of Political Science at the United States Naval Academy. Fittingly for someone who was our class president for much of his time at college, he focuses his research and teaching on the U.S. presidency, campaigns, and elections. Brendan lives in the D.C. area with his wife and their two children. Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian Burrows Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Email the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
Sonali De Rycker is a Partner @ Accel, one of the leading firms of the last 3 decades with a portfolio that includes the likes of UiPath, Miro, Spotify, and many more incredible companies. As for Sonali, Sonali led Accel's investments in Avito (acquired by Naspers), Spotify (NYSE: SPOT), Primer, Monzo, Letgo (acquired by Naspers), Kry/Livi, Soldo, Hopin, and Sennder. Prior to Accel, Sonali was with Atlas Venture (now Accomplice). She also previously served on the board of Match.com (NASDAQ:MTCH). In Today's Episode with Sonali De Rycker You Will Learn: 1.) From Small Town in India To Leading Venture Capitalist: How Sonali made her way from a small town in India to becoming one of the most prominent VCs of the last decade? What were some of Sonali's biggest lessons from seeing the booms and busts of 2000 and 2008? What climate does the crash today resemble more? Why so? How does Sonali advise younger investors who have not lived through a downturn? What should their investor psychology be right now? 2.) Firm Building: Accel: What are the most challenging and non-obvious elements of building a firm today? What have been some of the biggest mistakes Accel has made when adding to the team? What qualities do Sonali and Accel specifically look for when interviewing candidates to join the team? What specific questions tease out whether the candidate has these traits? What specific structures does Accel have in place to encourage the team to work together as one cohesive unit? How do they use bonuses as a team incentive? 3.) Sonali: The Investor: How has Sonali's investing style changed over the years? What moments caused these changes to happen? What are some of the biggest mistakes Sonali has made in her investing career? What did she learn from them? On the flip side, from winners such as Spotify and Supercell, what did Sonali learn from her biggest winners? Why does Sonali believe that market sizing and outcome scenario planning is useless and will lead you to make the wrong decision? 4.) Decision-Making and Risk: What does Sonali mean when she speaks of Type 1 and Type 2 decisions? How should one's decision-making process change according to which type of decision it is? What are the two biggest risks startups are facing today? Does Sonali believe that seed-stage companies will take money from crossover funds? What does Sonali do when she loses faith in the founder? How does she communicate that to them in the right way? What have been some of her biggest lessons here? What have been some of Sonali's biggest lessons when it comes to reserves management? How does Sonali determine when to double down vs reserve cash? Items Mentioned in Today's Episode with Sonali De Rycker: Sonali's Favourite Book: A Fine Balance Sonali's Most Recent Investment: BeReal
I'd like to invite you to attend a special bootcamp on Decision Making I'll be teaching on July 20th at 11am EST. I'll share actionable frameworks with special clips from Annie Duke, the legendary decision-making expert, bestselling author, and former professional poker player. The one-hour webinar is one of the most popular classes of Capital Allocators University and is chock full of insights to take back to your team in the investment office. The cost to attend is $250 and Capital Allocators premium members will receive a 50% discount. If you're interested in attending and are not yet a premium member, you may want to consider subscribing first and receiving our library of transcripts, weekly email, and a whole bunch more, for effectively half off the first year of membership. Log on to capitalallocators.com and click University to register for the bootcamp. And before you do that, click on Premium and sign up. Hope to see you on July 20th.
Join me as I delve into the process I use to make decisions. If you are at all like me... I would typically use a lot of logical thought to make decisions... until I found a better way. Curious? Have a listen... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/robert-bolden/message
Second Baptist Church - Houston, TX | 1 Kings 12 documents "Rehoboam's Folly," where certain burdens unmet by God are driving certain decisions that are destructive. How do we make good decisions? What's the driving force behind them?
We humans are pretty good problem solvers - we probably wouldn't have gotten to where we are now if we weren't. But do we fully utilise this skill in the workplace and if not, how do we get better at doing it? Arnaud Chevallier, Professor of Strategy and Decision Making at IMD & co-author of ‘Solvable - A Simple Solution to Complex Problems' joined Jonathan.
While the OODA Loop was been heralded in the domain of conflict, we often find the concept in business and there is no greater business analogy to dogfighting that David Greenberg's experience as a trader on the floor of the world's largest physical commodities exchange. David's job required rapid decision making based on constantly changing information and the mental fortitude to move onto the next decision and rapidly learn from both successes and mistakes. In addition to his work as a trader, David also guided the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) through its largest period of growth and through a digital transformation. In this OODAcast, David shares his story and talks about how to make decisions in complex environments, but also developing the mental resiliency to deal with rapid change and impactful mistakes. David also shares his experiences from 9/11 and how one tiny circumstance saved his life and re-focused his energy on helping others. Full bio: Mr. Greenberg is the President of Greenberg Capital. He served as an Executive Board and Board Member of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX). He oversaw a decade of its largest growth from $800 million to $12 billion. Notably, at the time it was the world's largest physical commodities exchange. While at NYMEX, David was the Chairman of the Corporate Governance, Marketing, International Expansion, Electronic Trading and Security Committees. Mr. Greenberg's twenty years as President of Sterling Commodities shaped the firm into one of the largest local clearinghouses at NYMEX. Mr. Greenberg served as Director of Development for Executive Education at Florida Atlantic University. As a seasoned speaker, he has graced the podiums of the country's most prestigious colleges and universities: West Point Military Academy, Columbia Business School, New York University, Syracuse University's Whitman School of Business and Sacred Heart University's Jack Welch School of Business. He currently serves on the Executive Committee of Junior Achievement of South Florida and the Leadership Council for the United Negro College Fund of South Florida. Mr. Greenberg is a graduate of Connecticut's Suffield Academy, where he later served on the board. David is a graduate of Syracuse University. In addition to his successful career in significant advisory capabilities, he is a globally renowned and noted market analyst and media contributor. Having appeared on CNN, Fox Business News, Bloomberg and CNBC, Mr. Greenberg is often quoted on times such as the present. Mr. Greenberg's expert opinions can be found in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, The Financial Times and other publications. Additional Resources: https://www.instagram.com/tradingshrink/ https://daviddouglasgreenberg.com/ Recommended Book: Raven Rock by Garrett Graff
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New Guest! This week we are joined by an old co-worker (and friend?) of Nahum. Jeffie was excited to make her podcasting debut and has an eye opening discussions. First up is one about co-workers, friends, sex workers and friends who are sex workers being hired by co-workers. Second is a conversation about helping strangers and what level of help is one morally obligated to give. The levels and reasons for all were truly surprising.
Lazetta Rainey Braxton is the co-CEO of 2050 Wealth Partners, a financial planning firm. She is also the Founder and CEO of Lazetta and Associates, a consulting practice that helps financial services firms create culturally aware and hospitable workplace environments. Today we are focusing on financial decision making when returning to work after a career break. Relaunching can impact Social Security benefits, tax brackets, budgeting and more. If a spouse or partner is involved, money-related conversations can change significantly when a non-working partner is working again. Listen in to the conversation as Lazetta offers financial advice to relaunchers coming back from a career break.
Episode 27 - How to Regret-Proof Your Decisions Research has found there are two types of regret: regret for what you didn't do or missed opportunities or experiences and regret for what you did. While, over time, people get over the things they've done, those who regret what they didn't do have a lingering regret because they imagine what they missed as being better than what they have. Letting go of regret is admittedly easier said than done, but living in regret is far worse damaging to your health and your ability to trust yourself. This week on the podcast, I'm talking about the connection between fear, decision-making, and regret and how you can manage it. In this episode of the Midlife Career Rebel Podcast, you'll discover… What is regret? The types of regret people struggle with. What regret does to us and our ability to trust ourselves. The underlying assumptions of regret. Why it's important to let go of the binary idea of right or wrong decisions. How to deal with regret. Accept that life is 50/50 and redefine failure. Featured On the Show: Career Rebel Academy: https://bit.ly/3mZ7Mwm TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/nVH4s8cGWC8 Dent Conference: https://youtu.be/sgu1yHXuKMc Regret-Proof Your Career Decisions - AMNW: https://youtu.be/WYSQ_9eJA0E Episode 2: Decision-Making & Fear of Choice: https://buff.ly/3baKeAA The Boardroom Monthly Roundtable: https://buff.ly/3ljiYls Additional Resource: Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error by Kathryn Schultz: https://buff.ly/3tV0zQD Check out my FREE three-part video series 10 Minute Career Jumpstart. Rate, Review & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I'm loving the Midlife Career Rebel Podcast!" If that sounds like you, help us support more people like you to create a career and life they love. After all, the Midlife Career Rebel Podcast would not be possible without you. Click on the link below to subscribe, give us a five-star rating, and leave a review on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Apple Podcast Spotify Thanks for listening, Carol Be sure to follow me: Website: https://www.carolparkerwalsh.com/podcast LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/parkerwalsh Instagram: https://instagram.com/drcarolparkerwalsh Twitter: https://twitter.com/drcpwalsh Facebook: https://facebook.com/DrCarolParkerWalsh YouTube: https://youtube.com/carolparkerwalsh Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever experienced "paralysis by analysis"? There are many variables that can complicate your financial decisions - we'll dive into the most common ways and how you can overcome them. Contact Information: Website: https://insightfolios.com/ Phone: 704-529-9500
Pat Connaughton has opted in to his contract for the 2022-23 season. While the move was a little bit of a suprise, it does give some hints to what the Milwaukee Bucks could be thinking moving forward. Kane and Frank discuss the decision, update the salary cap situation before moving onto final thoughts on the 2022 NBA Draft. Will the Bucks pick at 24? Will they trade up? Will they trade down? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! PrizePicks Check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Arcade1up Pre-order now from arcade1up.com - that's Arcade, the number 1, Up, dot com - for an estimated early September ship date! They are giving away a NBA JAM Shaq edition to a Locked On listener! Enter for a chance to win a game console for your man-cave at arcade1up.com/lockedon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's the most storied rivalry in finance. The current self versus the future self. The very nature of financial planning work with clients is heavily focused on the future. Yet, the current self often calls the shots when it comes to financial decisions. In a profession so heavily focused on the future, the key to improving client's behaviors, decisions, and outcomes starts by addressing the most storied rivalry in finance. By striking a balance between their current self and future self. Fortunately, Hal Hershfield is renowned for his work in research on the future self and joined the show to explain everything we need to know. We discuss: The current versus future self in financial decision making How to help clients better connect to their future self The undicussed pitfalls of focusing too heavily on the future self The quesiton to ask clients who don't spend as much as they could The "Illusion of Wealth" and how it effects retirement and social security planning *For more resources discussed in this episode, check out www.wiredplanning.com/episode53 *For more resources and insights on mastering the human side of money (including our popular "Wisdom Round-Up" email), go to www.wiredplanning.com. *Follow Brendan for insights on mastering the human side of advice: Twitter LinkedIn
Making decisions as an individual has its challenges, but having to make decisions as a group adds many other layers of complexity. To talk about that, I brought my friend, Alexis Gonzales-Black onto today's show. Alexis is a Partner and the org design lead at August Public. Before August, she led the implementation of Holacracy at Zappos and helped shape an emerging org design practice for world-class clients at IDEO. She is an expert in organization design and is driven by a desire to make workplaces more inclusive, agile, and fun.In this episode, we talk about what she's noticing about the future of work in a hybrid environment, why consensus is not the right approach 90% of the time, what truly inclusive decision processes look like, and a quick reframe that enables you to make group decisions faster.Topics covered03:02 Moving from remote to hybrid06:16 Decision making as a persistent challenge09:04 We love consensus09:47 Decision making as a spectrum10:46 Two other approaches to try16:22 Stakeholder mapping18:26 Inclusion in decision-making processes21:05 What's possible when you reframe decision making as a skill learned over time22:25 What happens when you push decision making down to the levels closest to the work23:29 Leading the roll out of Holocracy at Zappos25:09 A tangent on releasing ourselves from the idea that we can achieve certainty26:01 Back to Holocracy at Zappos29:13 Human centered org design at IDEO31:28 What has been most fascinating about the work at August Public35:23 Decision making as a perfect proxy for understanding what's going on in an organization37:30 Key things to remember or tryGuest BioAlexis is a Partner and the Org Design lead at August Public. She is an expert in organization design, change activation, and the future of work. Over the past 15 years, she's worked with some of the world's most respected companies to design innovative organizational practices and implement large, complex change programs. Before August, she led the implementation of Holacracy at Zappos and helped shape an emerging org design practice for world-class clients at IDEO. She is driven by a desire to make workplaces more inclusive, agile, and fun.ResourcesLearn from the experts at August Public: https://www.aug.co/learningTo learn more from Michelle about decision making, check outThe Ask A Decision Engineer websiteHer Stanford Continuing Studies course (now enrolling, class starts July 14)Her Personal Decision Toolkit course on MavenHer Decision Toolkit course for coaches and thought partners on Maven
Roger Spitz is the CEO of Techistential and Chairman of the Disruptive Futures Institute.In this thought-provoking discussion, Roger discusses why neither humans nor AI systems are great at decision making in complex environments. But why humans should be. Roger unveils the insidious influence of AI systems on human decisions and why uncertainty is a pre-requisite for human choice, freedom, and agency. Kimberly and Roger discuss the implications of complexity, the rising cost of poor assumptions, and the dangerous allure of delegating too many decisions to AI-enabled machines. Outlining the AAA (antifragile, anticipatory, agile) model for decision-making in the face of deep uncertainty, Roger differentiates foresight from strategic planning and anticipatory agility from ‘move fast and break things.' Last but not least, Roger argues that current educational incentives run counter to nurturing the mindset and skills needed to thrive in our increasingly complex, emergent world.A transcript of this episode can be found here.
As technology continues to eliminate many of the tasks humans used to do manually, the question remains what can be fully automated and what is still best guided by a human hand. For some, it's all or nothing, man or machine. But what of a much more complex situation? To say go from a self driving car to one that no longer requires a steering wheel?For retail executives the choice of what automation to use - and how much - is an especially intriguing question in an industry that has put best practices into place which have worked successfully for decades. In this episode of Tech Talks, EDITED's Senior Vice President of Retail Science, Michael Ross, and John Squire, Founder of Dynamic Action discuss the human versus automation equation. What is the difference between humans making decisions and those where humans are in the loop, being assisted by a machine? From human in the loop with exceptions to human on the loop and finally to a world of full automation.Data Scientist or Retail Strategist - this is the show for you!
توی این اپیزود از پادکست ناجی درباره مدلهای تصمیم گیری ذهن صحبت کردیم که لازمه هرکس دربارشون بدونه تا تصمیمات اشتباه کمتری توی زندگی بگیره. حامی مالی این اپیزود شرکت طراحی سایت رایان : www.rayanitco.comسایت ناجی و مقاله ها پیج اینستاگرام آکادمی ناجی کانال تلگرام ناجیمنابع این اپیزود : Thinking fast and slow by Daniel KahnemanWinning the brain game by Matthew Mayپیشنهاد پادکست: گنبد کبود
Do the Scriptures contain all we need to know to find God's will for our lives? Listen to this message to hear examples of Old and New Testament believers who were guided in their decisions. See how Balaam and his talking donkey were shown God's will. Hear about New Testament decision making which came from the wisdom found in the Word of God. On a personal level in making a decision, always consider how it will impact your spiritual life.
Indians are refusing to be silent spectators of Modi govt's disruptive policies. Agnipath protests are the latest indicator from a society that won't be muzzled. ----more---- https://theprint.in/opinion/modi-has-actually-given-democracy-a-shot-in-the-arm-with-his-usual-decision-making-style/1004917/
Parliamentary procedure is at work when you hear "so moved," "second," and "call the question!" in a meeting. It may sound confusing and Byzantine, but it supports productive conversation, deliberation, and both the majority and minority on a public body like an elected council or board. Greenville County Councilman Dan Tripp, known to be one of the most well-versed on council regarding parliamentary procedure, joins us to discuss what it is and how it's used. _ Produced by The Greenville Podcast Company.
In this episode, we welcome Certified Life Coach, Public Speaker, and Author of READY ENOUGH: YOUR 7-STEP GUIDE FOR LIFE'S HARDEST DECISIONS, Marin Laukka. Marin holds a Masters in Positive Developmental Psychology and is the Founder of Yes& by Marin. Over the course of an hour, Marin discusses how she walks women through hard and rewarding decisions. She also emphasizes the significance of not only navigating through the aftermath of decision making but exercising that muscle of positive decision making continuously throughout your entire life. While studying psychology, Marin made the decision to focus on the proactive approach to psychology, which is often forgotten. And lucky for us because there are so many gems that she has to share. Grab some coffee and tea and settle in for another inspiring episode. Join Our Facebook Community Femme Parler Website https://femmeparler.libsyn.com/rss email@example.com
What does Formula 409 have to do with decision making? Find out in this episode where we're talking about taking action—flippin' trying stuff and maybe even failing!—versus that ugly ass habit of overthinking (you know, the thing that's keeping you from living your best life). Here's a hint: make the decision, THEN make the decision right.
Decision Making for Reliability Abstract Greg and Fred discussing risk based, decision making for reliability and quality engineers. Key Points Join Fred and Greg as they discuss decision making in reliability, quality, and engineering. Good decision making may be the key personal differentiator for all engineers in an age when a work smart phone will […] The post SOR 767 Decision Making for Reliability appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
The last week was a bit of a tough one for me. It was actually a painful one but I learned a valuable lesson from it. One we can all learn from and use to make sure our later days are much better than our former days.I share what happened to me as well as what I learned.
In this episode of Skills To A Happy Life, we discuss critical thinking and decision-making. We dive into what these skills are, why they are important and how to practice these skills in your own life. A special thanks to Péter Szalay and his Lego Ideas - Dogs' Fun Park - Playable Run Lego design! To support this podcast and Péter, go to the following link, create a free account and cast your vote to turn this Dog Park design into a reality! :https://ideas.lego.com/projects/ecdd9c17-3ec3-4663-9179-16edffc9ce79 For more content, visit RealwithRyan.com
Would you like to create more freedom in your agency? How can you spend less time making decisions? How can you make the right decisions to grow your agency without too much emotion or personal bias? It's time to improve your decision-making skills and spend less time on small agency tasks. Today's expert uses science to explain how you can greatly improve your decision-making skills in order to create the role you really want within your agency. All you need is discipline and the right framework to keep yourself accountable. Dr. Frederic Bahnson is a surgeon who found a new career path in coaching. Initially, he needed information on how to make a career decision and found valuable resources that helped him not only with his career but with other aspects of his life. He decided to share those tools and created his own framework, which he now shares in his book Better Than Destiny. In this episode, we'll discuss: Why struggles with decision-making could start with your ego. 3-step framework for making better decisions How to know when it's time to replace yourself in daily agency operations. Sponsors and Resources Wix: Today's episode is sponsored by the Wix Partner Program. Being a Wix Partner is ideal for freelancers and digital agencies that design and develop websites for their clients. Check out Wix.com/Partners to learn more and become a member of the community for free. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM The Process and Skill of Decision-Making As much as we theorize about decisions, we can all fall into these same mistakes again. Decision-making is a skill and as such, you'll get better with practice. You develop a framework, evaluate how you're doing with it, get feedback, and observe the results about why something might have gone wrong. Sometimes you can attribute a bad outcome to bad luck. You can't control everything, but always make sure to assess the results you get from implementing the decision-making process. Pay attention to how you go about making important decisions and see if it's effective, and if not, go back and revise. The important thing is to have a process. Being Honest and Self Aware Making Decisions for Your Agency You can approach decision-making from many angles. Dr. Bahnson encourages us to remember we all have biases and blind spots. You may have tendencies to go for things that will be beneficial in the short term but not so much in the long term. There are systematic ways in which we make decisions that are not in our best interest or fail to follow through with the decisions we've made. We find ways to justify this to ourselves but if we were honest we could identify the patterns of how we consistently fail to make the best decision or double down on a bad decision. We fool ourselves into thinking we can't give up on a project because we've already invested so much in it. You may think giving up is admitting the resources you poured into something are really lost. That leads to you digging and digging deeper into a hole, ultimately not where you want to be. Is Your Ego Playing a Role in Making the Right Decision? Some of it is ego and some of it is just your ego tripping you up into thinking you're being objective. You think you understand yourself well enough not to worry about biases. Recognizing your own biases when you're calm does not mean they won't be a problem for you. That perspective disappears once you're in the heat of the moment. You start to make decisions based on your emotional reaction or the status quo and not consider that you're being affected by your blind spots. This is something that we can much sooner recognize in another person than in ourselves, which is where our ego comes into play. Should we completely remove emotion from the equation when making an important decision? No, Dr. Bahnson does not recommend that. Understanding how we feel about something is an important part of the decision-making process. The idea is to use emotion as a piece of information but it shouldn't be in the driver's seat when we're making a decision. One way to do that is to have a process you can implement as a series of steps to making a sound decision. 3 Step Framework to Making Better Decisions Decide how much time, effort, and resources are worth spending on a particular decision. Don't fall into the trap of small decisions when you're building your agency. Otherwise, you may end up spending too much time on things like what color to paint the walls. It's not that the details don't matter, just not so much if you're doing it at the expense of strategy. Think about what's important to you when it comes to a particular decision. People approach different decisions in different ways depending on their priorities. What are your priorities and how much of a role do they play in the decision you're making? Consider your options and narrow them down to a few viable ones. If you determine the decision is in fact important and you need to spend time on it, figure out how to thin out your options by identifying a top few that you'll spend time researching. It becomes less overwhelming when you have a few concrete options to consider. Deciding When to Step Out of Daily Agency Operations A common decision agency owners face at some point is when to step out of daily operations. It is one of the most important decisions you'll need to make for your agency to start empowering your team and grow. You need to be clear on the direction you want to take your agency and which skills you personally bring to the table. If you're honest with yourself, you'll be able to identify tasks someone else could be doing much more efficiently so you can focus on agency growth. As he details in his framework, Dr. Bahnson suggests that you start by recognizing all the little things that you're spending time on, like making follow-up customer calls. Whatever it is, if it's taking up more time than building your strategy then you should ask yourself if you're better off paying someone to do that. That person would at least be able to put 100% of their attention on those tasks. You shouldn't spend more time on the day-to-day operations than on the big initiatives for your agency. Instead, try to focus on things that will matter two or three years down the road. Why Do People Struggle So Much With Delegating? It requires a certain level of humility to recognize you might like how you do something but someone else could do a much better job. It can be hard to admit for an agency owner who built their business from scratch. However, it is very likely someone who doesn't do it exactly your way could actually get better results doing it their way. When is it time to start looking to replace yourself in some agency tasks? When you assess how you're spending your time and realize you're focusing too much and spending too much time on small tasks. If you're spending more time on a three-day framework than you are on three-year planning and strategy, it's time for a change. Decision-Making for Agency Owners Similar to Dr. Bahnson's framework, Jason advises mastermind members to consider two things when they are making a decision: Is it going to save you time? Is it going to give you freedom? If you want your time and freedom to be a priority when it comes to agency decisions, then it could be useful to create rules and make decisions based on the rules. Giving yourself rules around decision-making is a good way to keep yourself accountable. If it's well thought out, these rules will be easy to follow and something you can evaluate and update. Giving yourself a goal with rules will force you to focus on what truly matters. You just need to be honest about the amount of time and energy a decision is worth. Dr. Bahnson says a good rule of thumb is asking yourself -- how much will that decision matter in three days, three months, and three years from now? Growing an agency, you need to focus on the three-year term. You shouldn't be focusing on the three-day horizon. You won't have the energy to focus on both and do it well. Want the Support of Amazing Digital Agency Owners? If you want to be around amazing agency owners that can see you may not be able to see and help you grow your agency, go to the Digital Agency Elite to learn all about our exclusive mastermind.
In this classic episode, I talk about why it is essential to understand mimetic theory and how it impacts the choices you make every single day. Check out full episode transcripts at https://foundersjournal.morningbrew.com to learn more, and if you have any ideas for our show, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or my DMs are open @businessbarista.
This is the 200th episode of the podcast series and to celebrate this milestone, we will revisit some of the central and essential themes stretching throughout the past. For today's episode, Alex and Jason criticize some of the contemporary philosophies challenging the essential meaning of Free Will. We center around the discussion of David Hume's philosophical concept of “Voluntarist” free will, a stark deviation from the Creational wisdom of Free Will we come to embrace in this channel. We are also expanding enlightening contents for the human consciousness as we jointly explore the philosophies of man. This episode brings focus on drivers of choices. What is the catalyst of change? Change in itself is not exclusively determined by nature as the definition of nature in of itself means catalysts for creation. Change is only possible by the effects of Free Will, that is, taking action and decentralizing agents of Creation working hand in hand to move forward the progress of evolution. Thus, we will learn that Free Will is inextricably tied to awareness of responsibility. It is not a deterministic agent of nature nor nature in itself an automatic machinery of arbitrary consequences. Let us join Alex and Jason as they revisit some discussion on Free Will and human nature. www.higherdensityliving.com
Today is an extra special Episode. I get to have the most inspiring and juiciest conversation with Carolin Limburg from Germany - she is one of the 1% of Humans that are called Reflectors in the Human Design World. We probably don't know enough yet about the pure glow and potentiality that they have for humanity. She is a 2/4 Reflector and literally this is her first appearance on an English speaking podcast - but you will hear... not even an accent. She is a natural talent.... We talk about what it means to be a Reflector, in particular we cover the 28 Day Decisions Making Cycle - what is means and what it does not mean. Very empowering let me tell you..... I learnt so much from her stories! Besides we have tons on fun, talk about Top Gun Maverick - because she is a retired Commercial Pilot for 747 Boeings..... amongst many other things (Wife, Mom of 2, Raw Food Chef, Yoga Teacher...) Enjoy this epic and life-changing episode. The manifestation stories she shares are literally mind-blowing. If you want more from Carolin - you can also get access to another free training from her during the Human Design Summit (June 27 - July 1, 2022). And here you can get in touch with her: www.CarolinLimburg.de (her Book Journal GRACE) Carolin's Instagram Get in touch with Analena: www.AnalenaFuchs.com Analena's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/analena.fuchs/ www.AlignedLivingAcademy.com (Human Design Certification - next Cohort July 2022) Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-slowing-down/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-art-of-slowing-down/support
Is fear limiting your ability to live your fullest life? Are your emotions defining who you are? Your emotions are important, but they are NOT your identity. In this episode, Dr. Kinga Mnich shares: The critical differences between emotions (chemical) and feelings (environmental), and thoughts (mental) The "3 layers of fear" How emotions do not equal our IDENTITY How to interrupt your thoughts Why she committed to a "Year of Non-Judgment" How to make rational decisions when we're experiencing strong emotions It is not possible to be unemotional, emotions are part of your human experience. But YOU are NOT your emotions.
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Madelaine Claire Weiss about peak performance decision making and the impact of decision making on work and life. See the video here: https://youtu.be/guajOA9-xJk. Madelaine Claire Weiss, LICSW, MBA, BCC (https://www.linkedin.com/in/madelaineweiss/) is a Harvard trained Licensed Psychotherapist, Mindset Expert, and Board-Certified Executive, Career, Life Coach with an MBA, currently in private practice in Washington, D.C. She is a co-author in the Handbook of Stressful Transitions Across the Lifespan, and bestselling author of “Getting to G.R.E.A.T. 5-Step Strategy for Work and Life.” Madelaine is a former group mental health practice administrative director, a corporate chief organizational development officer, and associate director of the Anatomical Gift Program at Harvard Medical School. Please leave a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out the Ready for Takeoff podcast at Wix.com/readyfortakeoff. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Go to Swag.com/HCI and use promo code HCI10. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Ranked #5 Workplace Podcast Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast Ranked #7 HR Podcast Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
So you picked a travel destination…and then what? We're sharing the (only somewhat insane!) steps we take and the resources we love for planning a vacation. Also: Let's spend a moment discussing the late nineties/early aughts trends that are re-catching our eyes and the ones we think we won't wear again. Some reflections on the Miu Miu skirt ℅ this NYT article “Brief Encounters With a Micro Miniskirt.” When thinking about trip-planning, this Harvard Busiess Review article on "The Hidden Traps in Decision Making" and this installment of Val Monroe's newsletter came to mind. We love scoping out hotels on Welcome Beyond, Tablet Hotels, iescape, and Mr. & Mrs. Smith (hot tip, their write-ups of what to do nearby will also point you toward good sites, shops, and restaurants). We also check out the press section on a hotel's website, see if they've won any awards (which led Erica to amazingplaces.cz for Czech Republic recs), and use TripAdvisor and Instagram location tags to see some realistic photos of each hotel. For rentals, we search Airbnb and Vrbo reviews for terms like “noisy,” dig into host profiles for other properties, and remind ourselves that you can reach out to hosts with Qs. Our favorite guides come from Goop, Curbed (like "The 21 Best Things to Do in Milan If You Love Design") Eater, Sight Unseen, Remodelista, Afar, Here, Fathom, Stranger's Guide, and New York mag's “Steal My Vacation", and Cabana. The physical Wallpaper* City Guides are great, and 1,000 Places to See Before You Die by Patricia Shultz is a satisfying book to have + mark up. Share your planning tips and the trends you're retreading (or rejecting) with us at 833-632-5463, email@example.com, or @athingortwohq. For many more recommendations, try out a Secret Menu membership. Seek out BetterHelp for professional counseling and take 10% off your first month with our link. Download Best Fiends—for free—on the App Store or Google Play. Entertain and educate kids with Little Passports and get 20% off when you use our link. YAY. Produced by Dear Media