On Culture Friday, Mary Reichard and Myrna Brown talk to John Stonestreet about the fractures in evangelicalism; Sharon Dierberger reviews the new Christmas special from the creative team behind The Chosen; and on Ask the Editor, Leigh Jones answers questions about how we put the program together. Plus: the music of Advent, lights out in Anchorage, and the Friday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Dordt University. Degrees in engineering, social work, agriculture, and more – all from a Christ-centered worldview. More at Dordt.edu/apply. From Samaritan Ministries. It's not insurance, it's Christians paying one another's medical expenses. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast. And from Christianbook.com. It's not what we celebrate, it's Who—at Christianbook.com.
Cory, Sauce, Hawk, Halvy and Maxx talk about 98 Degrees and the varying level of attractiveness among their members, Lisa Ann talks about her book and gives her Lock of the Week, and Elvis Presley and more is discussed on What Really Matters!
To go along with the main episode we thought it would be fun to rank all of the albums by Pantera. But First, we get into our 6 Degrees of Tom Delonge. Enjoy! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe on iTunes. Leave a comment on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or AsinineRadio.com. Email us at AsinineRadio@gmail.com. We're even on Spotify! iTunes: www.itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/asi…130289553?mt=2 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/60pYwZVJoOm2NvmmQHcks7 Twitter: www.twitter.com/AsinineRadio Instagram: www.Instagram.com/asinineradio/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/asinineradio/
Episode 224 (Season 6, Episode 5) Working with Sellers Todd may be the only one that truly enjoys working with sellers, but don't let that stop you from giving it a go. If you really want to be good with sellers—which you should—go get a Costco-sized box of #2 pencils. You'll want to take copious notes today, then be ready to show every buyer's agent the good life of selling with sellers. Oh, and we talk about 90's boy bands, so there's that. All here on the latest version of the Boom Real Estate Podcast! (Which will probably be owned by Marky Mark by the time you read this.) SHOW NOTES Todd just can't wait for the Intro to end [2:14] Christian hits the team with some 98 Degree trivia [4:24] “Marky Mark” Walberg now owns the Boom Podcast [6:50] Todd sets the table on what this episode is all about [8:10] Christian rocks the wrong, yet so right, sounder [8:55] Better quality content [10:30] Tip #1: Fill the Void [12:45] Set reminders for regular check-ins with your sellers [14:15] Todd's “Dad Joke and Death” [16:02] The greatest defense strategy ever! [18:40] Terry reveals just how much he loves rainbows [20:12] Tip #2: Milk your listings for leads [20:35] Focus your marketing on getting listings! [22:30] Don't trip over dimes to pick up pennies [24:20] Tip #3: Fight to Win [26:12] Tip #3 1/2: Go last [28:24] Producer Christian: Cut the amount of time you're talking about yourself in half and double the amount of time you talk about them [31:13] Don't automatically cut your commission [32:46] The first one that talks loses the money [34:05] SHOW LINKS 98 Degrees official website: https://www.98degrees.com/ F45: https://f45training.com/ What happened to LFO: https://www.thethings.com/what-happened-to-90s-boy-band-lfo/ The wrong Mark Walberg: https://markwalbergtv.com/ Railfan vs. Foamer: https://cs.trains.com/trn/f/111/t/134435.aspx#1508751 Best popcorn: https://www.tasteofhome.com/article/best-popcorn-taste-test/ BOOM LINKS Email: email@example.com Web: www.boomrealestatepodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/boomrealestatepodcast Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt1P-rEDZ1h2UYT20EN4mYQ 30-Day Jumpstart: www.Boom30.com Coronavirus Playbook: www.BoomPlaybook.com
"Hospital Administration Part Two: Why Should Physiatrists Consider Going Into Administration?" Speakers: Dr. Mohammad Agha and Dr. Victoria Whitehair Timestamps: :44 Why did Dr. Agha go into Hospital Administration? 5:20 Why did Dr. Whitehair go into Hospital Administration? What decisions has she made and why has she made them? 7:35 What decisions has Dr. Agha made as an Administrator and why has he made them? 10:45 What else do Drs. Agha and Whitehair like about Hospital Administration? 22:05 How do you get where you want to go? Any career planning advice? 34:20 Degrees, and do you need one?
Jason Swann's childhood in the rural south included living in “a small shanty in the middle of a cow pasture.” Sure, he played outdoors—but he wasn't exactly hiking in wild places. He grew up to become a financial analyst, but that career ended after an encounter with the police ruined his reputation. His life upended, he moved from Nebraska to Colorado. There, he tells host Yesh Pavlik Slenk, “I found respite in the melodic powers of the outdoors.”Inspired by his new connection with nature, Jason reinvented himself. He did what some career sustainability pros mistakenly think is impossible: He became a land policy analyst without first getting an advanced degree in environmental science or sustainability. Now, as an analyst with Western Resource Advocates and co-founder of Rising Routes, an environmental, social, and mental wellness advocacy business, he helps underserved communities gain access to the outdoors. He helped pass Colorado's Create Outdoor Equity Grant Program, ground-breaking legislation that allocates millions of dollars for outdoor activities and education to those in need. The Create Outdoor Equity Grant Program and similar national initiatives seek to address the historical exclusion of BIPOC communities from enjoying outdoor recreation in the U.S.Jason has little patience for sustainability career seekers who allow themselves to be stymied by a lack of an advanced degree. “For those who think you need to have a PhD or an environmental science degree or any of that, I say the hell with it…. Half of this job, if not 90% of it, is about relationships,” he tells Yesh. “You can learn technical things,” he says. “What you can't learn and you can't hide is your passion and love and appreciation for what you're doing.”Be bold, he urges. Speak your truth. “If you are being quiet, you don't have the power to shape the future of this work.”Resources mentioned in this episode:Colorado.gov: Create Outdoor Equity GrantOutdoor Afro: Outdoor AfroLatino Outdoors: Latino OutdoorsWestern Resource Advocates: Western Resource AdvocatesRising Routes: Rising RoutesAdditional resources:Outdoor F.U.T.U.R.E.: Outdoor Future Initiative This BIPOC-led group advocates for the National Outdoor Equity Initiative, which would allocate funds to make all U.S. public lands and parks financially accessible to underserved youth.American Trails: Historical Perspective on Racism in the OutdoorsFollow Jason Swann:Instagram: @jason_g_swannFacebook: Rising RoutesTwitter:@Jason_G_SwannRising Routes Rising RoutesWestern Resource Advocates: Western Resource AdvocatesFollow EDF:Sign up for the Degrees newsletter!Twitter: EDF (@EnvDefenseFund)Facebook: Environmental Defense FundInstagram: environmental_defense_fundLinkedIn: Environmental Defense FundBe sure to explore the back catalog of Degrees. If you liked this episode, you'll love the conversation with environmental justice and green jobs advocate, Michelle Romero. If you're seeking a job tackling climate change, and I hope that you are, check out our "Land a Green Job 101 Bootcamp."
Jennifer Stafford is a licensed psychotherapist practicing in Manhattan. where she runs Ivy Relationship Consultants. She received both of her Master's Degrees in Psychological Counseling from Columbia University and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from San Diego State University. On the podcast we chatted about:-Making mental health a priority-Why unpacking our trauma is so important-How she helps her clientsTo find her goto: https://www.ivyrelationships.com-----follow me:www.facebook.com/stayathomemomyeahrightwww.instagram.com/stayathomemomyeahright
Women have been the main drivers of sustainable finance, or investing with environmental, social and governance (ESG) values in mind. After years of slow growth, sustainable investing is showing dramatic financial returns. According to Moody's, “In 2020, ESG products saw strong returns and investment outperformance that marked it as a watershed year.”And yet the mostly male leaders in the world of finance continue to discount sustainable investing, or give it lip service. So says Taeun Kwon. And she's sick of it. To combat the problem, Kwon and two cofounders created Women in Sustainable Finance (WISF). The organization educates women on sustainable finance and empowers them to have a positive impact. WISF offers mentoring, coaching, and courses on ESG strategy and communication. Kwon's path has been anything but straight, as she tells Degrees host Yesh Pavlik Slenk in a lively conversation that follows her journey as a failed collegiate entrepreneur to the heights of global sustainable finance. Resources mentioned in this episode:Website: Women in Sustainable FinanceGreenbuzz: GreenbuzzAdditional Resources:Moodys: ESG Investing a Boon for Asset ManagersFortune: Women lead in responsible financing. Now men want in. Moody's: Moody's ESG SolutionsFollow Taeun Kwon and Women In Sustainable Finance (WISF):LinkedIn: Taeun KwonTwitter: Women in Sustainable Finance (@wisf_int)Website: Women in Sustainable FinanceFollow EDF:Sign up for the Degrees newsletter!Twitter: EDF (@EnvDefenseFund)Facebook: Environmental Defense FundInstagram: environmental_defense_fundLinkedIn: Environmental Defense Fund
Mikhail gives his impression of US sitcoms and Bass continues his interviews. Dr. Waynewright learns of a new threat to the station. The station receives interesting data from a faraway galaxy! 90 Degrees South releases new episodes every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. Please take a moment to leave a review and help spread the word. “New Land” (90 Degrees Theme Song) by Ian Post. “Open up my Heart” (First Date) by Foster.All songs were properly licensed and obtained through Artlist.io. 90 Degrees SouthA BMB Production, LLCTranscripts can be found at: https://90degreespodcast.com/transcripts90 Degrees is in no way affiliated nor endorsed (that we're aware of) by the United States National Science Foundation (NSF) nor the United States Marshal Service (USMS). We are 100% independently funded and not accepting commercial endorsements or affiliations. No Bothans died in bringing you this episode
Robby speaks with Chris Birchall, author of Re-Engineering Legacy Software and Lead Software Developer at 47 Degrees. They cover how to identify both dead and zombie code in your software, approaches to consciously taking on technical debt, and when rewrites might be appropriate.Helpful Links47 DegreesRe-Engineering Legacy SoftwareFollow Chris on TwitterBook Recommendation: Sherlock Holmes Series by Sir Arthur Conan DoyleSubscribe to Maintainable on:Apple PodcastsOvercastSpotifyOr search "Maintainable" wherever you stream your podcasts.
On Culture Friday, Nick Eicher and Myrna Brown talk to John Stonestreet about religious liberty, masculinity, and deaths from despair; Collin Garbarino reviews King Richard, King Richard a new movie about the man behind the success of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams; and on Word Play, George Grant explains why simpler isn't always better. Plus: a delayed volcanic reaction, and the Friday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Dordt University. Degrees in engineering, social work, agriculture, and more – all from a Christ-centered worldview. More at Dordt.edu/apply. From Samaritan Ministries, connecting Christians who care for one another spiritually and financially when a medical need arises. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast. And from Christianbook.com. It's not what we celebrate, it's Who—at Christianbook.com.
We've never had back-to-back “Degrees Of Separation…” episodes, but when you get a call from around the world; you answer! Our good friend and bronze medalist winner: Craig “Tres” Elvin is back to educate us all on the more obscure side projects and solo releases from a not-so-obscure you may have heard of... This week we bring you the might and majesty of Brian, Roger, John, and Freddie… QUEEN. How do they fare on their own you ask??? New to InObscuria? It's all about excavating obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal from one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. While we may be talking about one of the biggest bands ever in this episode, perhaps you are not aware of the depth of side projects they have had over their long careers. Our hope is that we turn you on to something new!Songs this week include:Brian May - “Resurrection” from Back To The Light (1992)Roger Taylor - “No Violins” from Fun In Space (1981)Brian May + Friends - “Star Fleet” from Star Fleet Project (1983)Jive Junior & Man Friday - “Picking Up Sounds” from Single (1983)John Deacon & The Immortals - “No Turning Back” from Biggles: Adventures In Time Soundtrack (1986)Black Sabbath - “When Death Calls” from Headless Cross (1989)Magnum - “Vigilante” from Vigilante (1986)Foo Fighters + Brian May - “Have A Cigar” from Mission Impossible 2: Music From & Inspired By M:i2 (2000) Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uIf you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/Check out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/
To go along with the main episode we thought it would be fun to rank all of the albums from Limp Bizkit. But First, we get into our 6 Degrees of Tom Delonge. Enjoy! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe on iTunes. Leave a comment on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or AsinineRadio.com. Email us at AsinineRadio@gmail.com. We're even on Spotify! iTunes: www.itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/asi…130289553?mt=2 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/60pYwZVJoOm2NvmmQHcks7 Twitter: www.twitter.com/AsinineRadio Instagram: www.Instagram.com/asinineradio/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/asinineradio/
On Washington Wednesday, Mary Reichard talks to The Heritage Foundation's Katie Tubb about the Biden administration's plan to bring down energy prices; on World Tour, Onize Ohikere reports on Russia's military buildup, a terror attack in the U.K., and thwarted protests in Cuba; and Julie Spencer concludes her story about one family's quest for the perfect dining room table. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, a pricey piece of real estate, and the Wednesday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Christianbook.com. Hundreds of thousands of gifts—just a click away at Christianbook.com. From Samaritan Ministries, connecting Christians who care for one another spiritually and financially when a medical need arises. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast.And from Dordt University. Degrees in engineering, social work, agriculture, and more – all from a Christ-centered worldview. More at Dordt.edu/apply.
Some people know from an early age that they are environmentalists. Dan Schnitzer certainly did. Inspired by childhood nature walks with his mom, he studied pond water under a microscope. At age 13, he conducted the first of many environmental experiments—for a science fair, he made clean fuel from fruit.After learning about the concept of "poverty traps" in college, Dan realized that lack of energy access is an infrastructure failure—and a massive burden on disadvantaged communities. Approximately two billion people worldwide either don't have energy access or it's unreliable. Without reliable sources of electricity, people are forced to rely on dirty fuel like charcoal and kerosene to generate power, which are dangerous and expensive. The use of these fuels, particularly indoors, leads to devastating health outcomes, including early death from pneumonia, heart disease, and lung cancer.Dan traveled to Haiti in 2008 and worked with communities to learn more about their energy needs. Within a year, his nonprofit, EarthSpark International, was helping to build a different, more reliable kind of infrastructure called microgrids. That was just the beginning of his entrepreneurial journey. Today, SparkMeter sells software that helps utilities in 25 developing countries provide reliable, affordable electric service in rural areas. SparkMeter recently ranked #1 on Fast Company's 10 Most Innovative Energy Companies of 2021. Dan tells Degrees host Yesh Pavlik Slenk that his mother instilled in him an ethos of gratitude and responsibility. She encouraged him to pursue a career helping other people. He wanted to make sure, though, that his service was actually useful. “There's a long history of development working to help people, but in ways that really didn't go well,” he says. “And as the old saying goes, the road to hell is paved with good intentions.”Dan believes everyone should be invested in helping developing nations access clean, reliable, and affordable energy. “The climate problem is a global problem,” he says. “The emissions that come from Nigeria into the atmosphere are going to have the same effect on climate change as the emissions here.”Resources mentioned in this episode:IFC: The Dirty Footprint of the Broken GridAdditional resources:Fast Company: The 10 Most Innovative Energy Companies in 2021 WHO: Household Air Pollution and HealthNorthwestern University: Poverty TrapGreentech Media: Sparkmeter Closes 12m to Expand From Metering Minigrids to Analyzing Broken GridsResearchgate: Microgrids for Rural Electrification Dan Schnitzer's 2016 critical review of microgrid practices in rural areas Follow Daniel Schnitzer and SparkMeter:LinkedIn: Daniel Schnitzer, CEO SparkMeterSparkMeter: SparkMeterTwitter: @SparkMeterFollow EDF:Not yet receiving the Degrees newsletter? Join us here! Twitter: EDF (@EnvDefenseFund)Facebook: Environmental Defense FundInstagram: environmental_defense_fundLinkedIn: Environmental Defense Fund
Welcome to Spencer and Vogue!On this week's ep, Spencer is wanting to rename the pod "AM I RIGHT GUUURLS?!", back from NYC we get all the name drops and all the food low down, plus a lot of flight information, are degrees pointless? Do we need to remember our friends' birthdays? How did a man have a relationship with a dolphin? Those and many more questions answered on Spencer and Vogue. Remember, if you want to get involved you can:Email us at Spencerandvoguepod@gmail.com OR drop find us on socials @voguewilliams @spencermatthewsListen and subscribe to Spencer and Vogue on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts.
How the needs-college and don't-need-college types are both right about the importance of education for getting into InfoSec. Support the show: https://danielmiessler.com/support/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's show rundown: Children and Parents have been indoctrinate to be so afraid of COVID, we are now going to inoculate 5 years olds. Over this whole "pandemic" 9 kids have died thats it. If the Government can't FORCE you to take their vaccine, they will punish you, in any way they can find. Mind you anyone with the vaccine is not any less able to spread COVID, there is nothing the vaccine does to stop one from being able to spread the virus. Fear - really works, this administration has done a great job keeping people AFRAID of COVID, even thought you have a fraction of a percent's chance of dying to COVID. But 40 percent of Democrats think they have a 50/50 chance of dying from COVID. Govt. just doesn't care about the fallout of anything, they just want to make policy to make policy. Government officials and their familial ties to different places. Mark wants to talk about Antony Blinkin. We made this guy the Secretary of State. Mark's belief is that George Soros personally picked him for this role. Now we are against the former President of The Balkans. The Balkans most staunch opponent of Communism, and a supporter of anti-communism, we have put travel restrictions on him, and made him an enemy of our state. This administration is now, the enemy of America. Soros and his cronies want open borders, open everything, to the detriment of this country. Who the heck is the Left going to run in 2024? And on what platform - "I'm not Trump" isn't going to cut it this time. I mean who...Kamala, AOC, Who? Mark thinks they might go after a Hollywood type, like Dwayne Johnson, Oprah, something like that. The double down group thinks the American People actually WANT candidates that are FURTHER left. https://worldmission.cc/donate-humanitarianoutreach/
On Legal Docket, Mary Reichard details oral arguments in a Supreme Court case about pastoral prayer in the death chamber; on the Monday Moneybeat, Nick Eicher talks to financial analyst David Bahnsen about the latest economic news; and on History Book, Katie Gaultney recounts significant events from the past. Plus: birth caught on camera, and the Monday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Samaritan Ministries, connecting Christians who care for one another spiritually and financially when a medical need arises. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast. From Dordt University. Degrees in engineering, social work, agriculture, and more – all from a Christ-centered worldview. More at Dordt.edu/apply. And from Christianbook.com. Christian books, Bibles, music, toys, and gifts—at Christianbook.com.
In this jam packed show, Deb and Samantha share tips, questions and information about how to get started reading the tarot. Some of the books mentioned in this week's show include 78 Degrees of Wisdom, The Complete Guide to the Tarot by Eden Gray and Meditations on Tarot: A Journey into Christian Hermeticism.Please help support the show by going to audible.com/psychicteachers to get a free month of Audible and enjoy their holiday specials.Consider joining us on Facebook and Instagram. If you like the show, please tell a friend or leave us a kind review. Thanks so much. Have a great week. Be the Light!
To go along with the main episode we thought it would be fun to rank all of the albums from Green Day. But First, we get into our 6 Degrees of Tom Delonge. Enjoy! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe on iTunes. Leave a comment on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or AsinineRadio.com. Email us at AsinineRadio@gmail.com. We're even on Spotify! iTunes: www.itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/asi…130289553?mt=2 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/60pYwZVJoOm2NvmmQHcks7 Twitter: www.twitter.com/AsinineRadio Instagram: www.Instagram.com/asinineradio/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/asinineradio/
12 degrees of humility + Saint Bernard the Wonderworker Book 1: Excerpts of: Mills, Barton Reginald Vaughan. Saint Bernard the twelve degrees of humility and pride. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge ; 1929. and is in the Public Domain. Book 2: Saint Bernard the wonder worker, excerpts from the Life and Times of Saint Bernard by Abbot Theodore Ratisbonne and Heroic Virtue: A Portion of the Treatise of Benedict XIV on the Beatification and Canonization of the Servants of God Volume III. source: https://www.alleluiaaudiobooks.com/
Wintry cold is certainly a feature of November, especially across the northern plains, Rockies and Great Lakes in the United States. Usually though, persistent arctic cold is not the rule. In fact, the average is for temperatures in that region to remain cold in the first half of the month of November for a short time of just a day or two, perhaps three. On November 13, 2014 an amazing stretch of early winter cold came to an end. Readings on that day reached a high temperature of 32 degrees in Chicago ending a 7-consecutive-day streak of sub 32 Degrees high temperatures. The below freezing cold lasted 180 consecutive hours, or more than 7 days in a row, that stands as a record for November. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Twenty months since the start of the pandemic, economic recovery has been uneven at best. This week, On the Media takes a look at one sector that's been booming: cryptocurrency and, in particular, NFTs. Hear how a technology invented to give artists more control over their work has become a tool for speculators hoping to win big. 1. Anil Dash [@anildash], CEO of Glitch, helps explain the origin of NFTs. Listen. 2. OTM Correspondent Micah Loewinger [@MicahLoewinger] attends an NFT auction featuring Carlos Matos, one of crypto's most unlikely proponents. Listen. 3. Anil Dash [@anildash] on his ambivalence of what has come from his creation. Listen. Music:72 Degrees and Sunny by Thomas NewmanEye Surgery by Thomas NewmanHorizon 12.2 by Thomas NewmanOkami by Nicola CruzBitconnect Carlos Matos (What Is Love) by PsycholPenguins by Michael HurleySolice by Scott JoplinCarlos Matos (Take On Me) by MemeskiBubblewrap by Thomas NewmanVie En Rose by Toots Thielemans
This week we dig up an old series for the 5th installment of, “Degrees Of Separation…” where we discuss the more obscure side projects and solo releases from some not-so-obscure artists. Continuing a discussion that began a few weeks ago that has since percolated into a flurry of InObscuria social media debates, we bring to you, IRON MAIDEN versus JUDAS PRIEST! Who's metal side projects will reign supreme??? New to InObscuria? It's all about excavating obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal from one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. While we may be talking about bands that you know intimately in this episode, perhaps you are not aware of the depth of side projects they have had over their long careers. Our hope is that we turn you on to something new and that we resolve the age-old question: MAIDEN or PRIEST???Songs this week include:Bruce Dickinson – “Accident Of Birth” from Accident Of Birth (1997)Fight – “Life In Black” from War Of Words (1993) British Lion – “Elysium” from The Burning (2020)Glenn Tipton – “Baptizm Of Fire” from Baptizm Of Fire (1997)Smith / Kotzen – “Running” from Smith / Kotzen (2021)KK's Priest – “Raise Your Fists” from Sermons Of The Sinner (2021)Who Cares? – “Out Of My Mind” from Out Of My Mind (2011)Racer X – “Into The Night” from Extreme Volume [Live] (1988)Halford – “The One You Love To Hate” from Resurrection (2000)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uIf you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/Check out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/
TJ and Richie invite Larion Bing (Roll Up & 26 Degrees Podcasts) to chat about this weekend's upcoming FSU vs Miami games. Double Fries No Slaw is brought to you by Guthrie's in Tallahassee. Visit both of their locations at 1818 W Tennessee St and 2550 N Monroe Ave!
Most people don't think about running for office when pondering environmental careers. However, California Assemblyman Eduardo Garcia may change your mind.In a state ravaged by air pollution and wildfires, Garcia has crafted policy that fights climate change. Recently, he introduced AB 1500, which helped inspire the Climate Resilience Bond. This allocates $3.7 billion of the state's 2021-22 budget toward shoring up disadvantaged communities against “catastrophic wildfire, sea level rise, drought, extreme heat and flooding.” It also provides for infrastructure investments. “The connection here to climate, the drought, the fires . . . is recognizing that we have a serious crisis with mother earth,” Garcia said. “We've got some work to do when it comes to not just building the infrastructure, but the conservation aspect of it is key for the first time.”Garcia hardly followed a traditional “green” education and career path. He took time off after high school, then attended his local community college and completed his bachelor's degree at the University of California Riverside. His journey eventually led him to the Coachella City Council at 27. At 29, he became Coachella's mayor, the youngest ever elected in that city. In 2014, Garcia became assemblyman. Garcia believes that young people can help save the planet by serving others. “I never thought that going into public service would end up being a career,” he said. “When I came to realize that it is something that one can do to contribute to the betterment . . . of conditions in our communities, I kind of got married to the idea. I've been doing it since.”Resources included in this episode: Ca.gov: Budget Summary A breakdown of how the Climate Resilience Bond will be used. Climate Candidates: https://climatecandidates.org/ To help people who want to run for officeAdditional Information:Sierra Club: The Great Western Drought, Explained New solutions are required for water droughts caused by climate change.Ca.gov: Bill Text AB 1500 Safe Drinking Water... Details of the Safe Drinking Water, Wildfire Prevention, Drought Preparation, Flood Protection, Extreme Heat Mitigation, and Workforce Development Bond Act of 2022 that Garcia introduced February 19, 2021.Desert Sun: Eduardo Garcia Continues Momentum in Assembly 2015 profile of Garcia's work in the CA Assembly.Follow Eduardo Garcia:Official Website: Eduardo Garcia Official WebsiteFacebook: Assemblymember Eduardo GarciaFollow EDF:Sign up for the new Degrees newsletter!Twitter: EDF (@EnvDefenseFund)Facebook: Environmental Defense FundInstagram: environmental_defense_fundLinkedIn: Environmental Defense Fund
A new MP3 sermon from Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: The Spirits of Just Men Made Perfect Subtitle: The Songs of Degrees Speaker: Rev. John Greer Broadcaster: Ballymena Free Presbyterian Church Event: Funeral Service Date: 11/9/2021 Bible: Hebrews 12:23 Length: 45 min.
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Wendy Ryan about the impact of COVID on leaders, how leadership needs to change, and the 3T Model™. See the video here: https://youtu.be/H2UzK7PKSog. Wendy Ryan (https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendyryankadabra/) is the CEO of Kadabra based in Silicon Valley. A strategic advisor to board members and CEOs and an angel investor, Wendy is an expert on leadership and gender issues in the workplace, and is a sought after mentor for rising talent - including other consultants and consulting firms. With over 25 years of combined experience in human resources, organizational development, non-profit leadership and executive coaching, Wendy has worked with hundreds of individuals and organizations. Throughout her career, Wendy's outstanding ability to build trust and rapport with diverse audiences, and her agility in assessing and engaging individuals and groups from "where they are" has facilitated breakthroughs and business results. As a speaker, her natural warmth and humor captivates her audience and her intellect challenges their assumptions about what is possible for us to achieve individually and collectively. In her consulting work, Wendy customizes research-based best practices to work with each client's unique culture and business model. She is an expert in organizational and individual assessments, leadership development, strategic visioning and implementing organizational change. Wendy also understands the dynamics of entrepreneurship, venture capital and private equity funding and seamlessly integrates those dynamics into her work for the benefit of her clients. Wendy holds a Master's Degree in Human Resources and Organizational Development from the University of San Francisco in addition to a post-graduate Certificate in Management and Innovation from Bentley College and dual Bachelor's Degrees in Psychology and Spanish from the University of California at Davis. Check out Dr. Westover's new book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hcipodcast/support
What to Know Before You Hire Help for Your Business With Emily Perron How do you know when to hire help for your business and what do you need to avoid before making the commitment? There's a lot of things to unpack here and we dig into the popular questions and we even talk about some warning signs that no one else is talking about! Emily Perron helps bloggers and online entrepreneurs expand and improve their teams with talented freelancers. Her number one goal is to align the right person with the right role, so business owners and freelancers alike feel empowered to work within their individual skill-sets and strengths. Her expertise lies in hiring and managing in your Zone of Genius. After years of struggling to bring on quality freelancers in her own business, Emily figured there had to be a better way to find great support. Through a lot of trial and error, she learned that hiring freelancers for online businesses is a lot different than traditional corporate hiring strategies. Emily spent years refining her strategic hiring process that has allowed her to connect hundreds of knock-out freelancers with online entrepreneurs. She also teaches her hiring methods inside her self-guided digital course, The Hiring Fix. Emily has a Master's Degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Bachelor's Degrees in Psychology and English. Her professional background includes working in marketing, coaching and organizational consulting. Her past work and education make Emily uniquely qualified to understand what business owners need help with, and to put systems in place to find the best person to fill that role. When she's not working, you can find Emily reading, enjoying the outdoors of the Upper Midwest, playing the piano, and relaxing with a crafty project. She and her husband recently welcomed their first child, Tommy, and their family loves spending time together at home with their energetic dog. Emily's links: https://www.emilyperron.com/ https://www.thehiringfix.co/ https://www.instagram.com/emily.perron/
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On Culture Friday, Nick Eicher and Myrna Brown talk to John Stonestreet about the role education played in the Virginia governor's race; Emily Whitten reviews Sabina, a new movie about a woman who faced severe persecution but chose to forgive; and on Ask the Editor, Paul Butler offers some tips for how to disagree with us. Plus: a milestone birthday, and the Friday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Dordt University. Degrees in engineering, social work, agriculture, and more – all from a Christ-centered worldview. More at Dordt.edu/apply. From Samaritan Ministries. It's not insurance, it's Christians paying one another's medical expenses. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast And from Christianbook.com. It's not what we celebrate, it's Who—at Christianbook.com.
Today, nearly any group or nation with violence in its past has constructed or is planning a memorial museum as a mechanism for confronting past trauma, often together with truth commissions, trials, and/or other symbolic or material reparations. In Exhibiting Atrocity: Memorial Museums and the Politics of Past Violence (Rutgers University Press, 2018), Amy Sodaro documents the emergence of the memorial museum as a new cultural form of commemoration, and analyzes its use in efforts to come to terms with past political violence and to promote democracy and human rights. Through a global comparative approach, Sodaro uses in-depth case studies of five exemplary memorial museums that commemorate a range of violent pasts and allow for a chronological and global examination of the trend: the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC; the House of Terror in Budapest, Hungary; the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Rwanda; the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago, Chile; and the National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York. Together, these case studies illustrate the historical emergence and global spread of the memorial museum and show how this new cultural form of commemoration is intended to be used in contemporary societies around the world. Amy Sodaro is an associate professor of sociology at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, The City University of New York. Schneur Zalman Newfield is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York, and the author of Degrees of Separation: Identity Formation While Leaving Ultra-Orthodox Judaism (Temple University Press, 2020). Visit him online at ZalmanNewfield.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Betsy Sodaro (Duncanville, We Love Trash) joins the 'boys to talk about corn, Montreal eats, and their last time touring together before a review of 800 Degrees. Plus, a Pepsi edition of Jingle All The Whey. Sources for this week's intro: https://www.basketball-reference.com/draft/NBA_2003.html https://www.sun-sentinel.com/entertainment/restaurants-and-bars/fl-et-800-degrees-aventura-dwyane-wade-restaurant-review-20190116-story.html https://800degreesaventura.com/2019/09/18/wade-and-haslem-on-1st-year-800/ https://radaronline.com/p/dwyane-wade-eviction-lawsuit-udonis-haslem-restaurant/ https://www.laweekly.com/the-story-behind-800-degrees-ridiculous-pizza-deal/ Commercials featured in the Jingle All The Whey segment: The Choice of a New Generation Have a Pepsi Day You Got The Right One Baby Pepsi Challenge/Pepsi's Got Your Taste Generation Next See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
To go along with the main episode we thought it would be fun to rank all of the albums from Dr. Dre. But First, we get into our 6 Degrees of Tom Delonge. Enjoy! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe on iTunes. Leave a comment on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or AsinineRadio.com. Email us at AsinineRadio@gmail.com. We're even on Spotify! iTunes: www.itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/asi…130289553?mt=2 Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/60pYwZVJoOm2NvmmQHcks7 Twitter: www.twitter.com/AsinineRadio Instagram: www.Instagram.com/asinineradio/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/asinineradio/
Meredith Soleau has arrived in the world of marketing. Her done-for-you full-service social media agency, 424 Degrees, now has 9 team members, 50+ clients, and is now doing work across the US with clients ranging from small businesses to car dealerships to state government agnecies. A bulldog's determination and pure grit has contributed to her success. Her team handles my social media marketing, and we're happy with the work! Connect with Meredith: Work: 424degrees.com Facebook: facebook.com/meredith.soleau Instagram: instagram.com/meredithsoleau Follow her podcasts: girlsgirlsmedia.com
On Washington Wednesday, Mary Reichard talks to Republican strategist Matt Klink about his party's approach to the midterm elections; on World Tour, Onize Ohikere has a special report on the coup in Sudan; and Josh Schumacher visits a one-room schoolhouse in Pennsylvania where students are testing out new methods for learning. Plus: commentary from Janie B. Cheaney, distracted driving, and the Wednesday morning news. Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Samaritan Ministries. It's not insurance, it's Christians paying one another's medical expenses. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast From Christianbook.com. Hundreds of thousands of gifts—just a click away at Christianbook.com. And from Dordt University. Degrees in engineering, social work, agriculture, and more – all from a Christ-centered worldview. More at Dordt.edu/apply.
The clothing retail industry is not known for being climate friendly. The textile industry, as a whole, emits 1.2 billion tons of carbon and uses five trillion liters of water per year.Dawnielle Tellez, an EDF Climate Corps alum, is candid and thoughtful about the challenges of making the outdoor apparel industry more sustainable. “What's been tough for me to realize is that at the end of the day, the outdoor industry and broadly apparel industry is reliant on fossil fuels,” she tells Yesh Pavlik Slenk. She finds reasons for hope, though. Tellez says the circular economy, the adoption of lower carbon materials, and scaling decarbonization are exciting, emerging ways the apparel industry will be reducing negative environmental impacts going forward. Tellez advises people looking to get into sustainability careers to set goals, ask for informational interviews, and explore the kinds of degrees she and other sustainability specialists have pursued. “The space is just wide open right now,” she says. “I feel like you can really carve out whatever it is that you want.”Tellez fights social challenges as well as climate change—particularly the historical exclusion of marginalized groups from outdoor activities. She hopes to see them become more visible and included in the outdoor imagination—some of which is modeled by high-profile outdoor apparel companies like REI.“Looking to groups that are bringing access and knowledge of sport, [such as] Black Girls Run, Outdoor Afro, Latino Outdoors, organizations that are doing incredible work to build community amongst different BIPOC groups is, I think, hugely valuable to how we're going to be able to make the outdoors actually accessible for all people going forward.”Resources mentioned in this episode:REI: A Sustainable Future, REI's blog about their sustainability initiativesGRID Alternatives: GRID Alternatives. Dawnielle worked for this nonprofit, which provides affordable solar panels to low-income communities.EDF: Climate CorpsGreenBiz: The 2021 GreenBiz 30 Under 30Black Girls Run:Black Girls Run. Outdoor Afro: Outdoor AfroLatino Outdoors: Latino OutdoorsAdditional information: EDF's Supply Chain Solution CenterREI's 2020 Impact Report (its corporate sustainability report) Nature: The price of fast fashionWorld Resources Institute: Apparel Industry's Environmental Impact in 6 GraphicsUSC Diving: USC Dornsife Scientific Diving, Dawnielle's 2012 blog post about scientific diving at USCFollow EDF:Not yet receiving the Degrees newsletter? Join us here! Twitter: EDF (@EnvDefenseFund)Facebook: Environmental Defense FundInstagram: environmental_defense_fundLinkedIn: Environmental Defense Fund
On Legal Docket, Mary Reichard details oral arguments in a Supreme Court case about when one crime ends and another begins; on the Monday Moneybeat, Nick Eicher talks to financial analyst David Bahnsen about the latest economic news; and on History Book, Katie Gaultney recounts significant events from the past. Plus: most valuable sneakers, and the Monday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Christianbook.com. Christian books, Bibles, music, toys, and gifts—at Christianbook.com. From Dordt University. Degrees in engineering, social work, agriculture, and more – all from a Christ-centered worldview. More at Dordt.edu/apply. Additional support comes from Samaritan Ministries. It's not insurance, it's Christians paying one another's medical expenses. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast
American artist Riva Lehrer was born with spina bifida. She endured countless medical procedures through her childhood and adolescence and was told she would never have a job, a romantic relationship or an independent life. But everything changed when as an adult Riva was invited to join the Disabled Artists Collective, a group of artists, writers and performers who were challenging myths around disability in their work. She tells Emily Webb how she began to paint their portraits - and through her art started to transform the stories she'd been told about herself. (This interview contains language that some listeners might find offensive) Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Presenter: Emily Webb Producer: Zoe Gelber Picture: '66 Degrees'. A self-portrait by Riva Lehrer, 2019. Credit: Riva Lehrer
Many students already saddled with undergraduate debt choose to take on even more to pursue a master's degree in business administration. WSJ business education reporter Patrick Thomas joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss whether a business degree pays off, including borrowing and repayment options. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
LaUra Schmidt co-founded the non-profit Good Grief Network in 2016 with her wife, Aimee Lewis-Reau, to provide a space to help people cope with climate anxiety. Passionate about saving endangered species and panic-stricken about the climate emergency, LaUra had been suffering from her own climate grief and impotence. A childhood trauma survivor, LaUra had found solace in Adult Children of Alcoholics. So she took that group's 12-step model (an offshoot of AA) and developed a 10-step program for others like her. Today, it's helped more than 2,500 climate anxiety sufferers from more than 14 countries—and growing. Schmidt describes the despair of climate anxiety as “when we wake up to how severe the climate crisis is, paralleled with our social injustice issues... our ecosite issues and our habitat destruction issues.” That wake-up call can make anyone question themselves, she says: “It really takes on a personal blend of, ‘ What can I possibly do?'” The Good Grief Network arrived right on time. A recent study published in the medical journal The Lancet found that of 10,000 young people, ages 16 to 25, in 10 countries, 84% are worried about the climate. The same study found more than 50% feel sad, anxious, angry, powerless, helpless and guilty about climate change.Forty-five percent said climate anxiety was affecting their ability to function in daily life.The authors wrote that this stress threatens the health and well-being of young people and there is an “urgent need” for an increase in research and governmental response to this critical issue. Since its founding, The Good Grief Network has served more than 2,500 participants in more than 14 countries. Schmidt, who describes herself as a “truth-seeker, cultural critic, grief-worker, and the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor” hopes to help others around the world develop the resiliency and skill set to create change.Resources mentioned in this episode: IPCC: AR6 Climate Change 2021The Lancet: Young People's Voices on Climate Anxiety and Government Betrayal, and Moral Injury: A Global PhenomenonAdditional Information:Today: Climate Anxiety is Real: How to Cope When it Feels Like the World is Burning Results of the first large-scale, global peer-reviewed study on climate anxiety in children and young adults was published in the scientific journal The Lancet on Tuesday, September 14.Gizmodo: The Kids Are Not Alright In what Gizmodo called “rare candor” by scientists, the authors said that they had hoped for significant results. But they added, “We wish that these results had not been quite so devastating.”Washington Post: Climate disasters will strain our mental health system. It's time to adaptThe Atlantic: A World Without ChildrenFollow Good Grief Network: LinkedIn: laUra schmidtWebsite: Good Grief NetworkTwitter: Good Grief Network (@GoodGriefNetwk)Instagram: Good Grief Network (@goodgriefnetwork)Follow EDF:Not yet receiving the Degrees newsletter? Join us here! Twitter: EDF (@EnvDefenseFund)Facebook: Environmental Defense FundInstagram: environmental_defense_fundLinkedIn: Environmental Defense Fund
Le Batard and the crew discuss the Miami Heat and Florida Panthers being contenders this season and Greg Cote addresses his Tua column. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This, my friends, is a conversation that I've been looking forward to sharing with you for quite some time. In this episode, I'm joined by Drs. Marah Vanderzell and Erik Jacobson from the Upstate Cerebral Palsy Center. As you'll hear right out of the gate, we started the episode off by attempting to operationally characterize the Boy Band pop music genre. You read that correctly... but, don't worry if you're not a fan of Nsync or 98 Degrees... there's a lot of fantastic insights into the clinical leadership model in this conversation. And if you are indeed interested in organizational and clinical change on a big scale, this is the episode for you. As Erik and Marah describe, residential and day treatment centers have historically provided treatment from a care model. Over the past few years however, the leadership at UCP has been busy changing this philosophy to an active treatment model. As such, they've made considerable investments in bringing in various thought leaders in the field to implement things like Essential for Living, Pre-school Life Skills, the BALANCE program, Skills-Based Treatment, and much much more. In our conversation, we discuss what they've learned from this process, and where the organization is going moving forward. We also went down a few unexpected rabbit holes here and there, so you'll want to check out the entire conversation. One of those included Marah telling us about what it was like to be a student of Ted Carr. That's a segment you definitely don't want to miss. If you're a Patreon subscriber, well, you're not listening to this feed as the ad-free subscriber feed was published last week. That episode also featured an additional 15-20 minutes of content at the end of the interview, where the three of us discuss things like running, cross-fit, and health/fitness more generally. So if you'd like to learn more about this, please check out patreon.com/behavioralobservations. Last but not least, I'd like to thank Dr. Tony Cammilleri, the Director of Education at FTF and all around great guy, for his help in crafting the questions and talking points for this conversation. Here are the links to the things we referenced in the show: Carr and Durand 1985. Carr 1977. Upstate Cerebral Palsy. UCP YouTube Clinical Playlist. Practical Functional Assessment. FTF Behavioral Consulting. Essential for Living. DoBetter. Pyramid Educational Consultants. The Daily BA. John Kotter. Adam Grant. Motivating Human Resource Staff, Reed and Parsons, 2006 (*disclosure: Amazon Affiliate Link). This episode was brought to you with the support from the following sponsors: The Secret Agent Society Small Group Program helps kids 8 to 12 years old crack the code of emotions and friendships through an animated ‘secret agent' theme. Now with flexible face-to-face or telehealth options, services who have used the SAS program for many years are blown away and excited by the new digital health solution. Mention this podcast for a free Secret Agent Society Assistant Short Course to sample the SAS program. Also, if you're interested in learning more, there will be a free SAS demo on November 2nd. Institutional Tier Patron Greenspace Behavioral Technology. Greenspace behavior offers cutting edge supervisor coaching, performance and competency-based trainings, and organizational supports for new BCBA and trainees. Find out how you can optimize your supervision practices, improve clinical outcomes, and increase employee satisfaction at Greenspacebehavior.com. HRIC Recruiting. Barb Voss has been placing BCBAs in permanent positions throughout the US for just about a decade, and has been in the business more generally for 30 years. When you work with HRIC, you work directly with Barb, thereby accessing highly personalized service. So if you're about to graduate, you're looking for a change of pace, or you just want to know if the grass really is greener on the other side, head over to HRIColorado.com to schedule a confidential chat right away.
On Culture Friday, Paul Butler and Myrna Brown talk to John Stonestreet about a pandemic silver lining: parents getting more involved in their children's education; Sharon Dierberger reviews the new movie, Mass; and Myrna Brown reviews the new album from Newsboys. Plus: a coffee-loving crow, and the Friday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Ambassadors Impact Network, a group of faith-driven investors who finance private companies led by gospel-advancing entrepreneurs. More at ambassadorsimpact.com. From Dordt University. Degrees in engineering, nursing, criminal justice, and more – all from a Christ-centered worldview. More at Dordt.edu/apply. And from Compelled Podcast, featuring missionaries, addicts, prisoners, and other Christians sharing their unique and compelling testimonies. Listen on your favorite podcast app or CompelledPodcast.com.