*Fair warning, this inadvertently wound up being a MUCH longer part 2 than anticipated. I tend to dive deep and when the case takes place in a different country, more explaining is needed about court processes etc. So, that being said, this is a 2+ hour episode.* This is Part 2 of The Murder of Ana Kriegel, a beautiful 14-year old teen girl whose life was taken too soon. Even more tragically, her killer was a classmate. A 13-year old boy. This case is my pick for Level 3 on the 22 level 'Gradations of Evil Scale' that I'm covering during Season 2. Level 3 can include: Willing companions of killers, impulse-ridden killers usually with some antisocial traits. A level of carelessness is seen when attempting to cover up the crime, and they are typically easily caught. Their crimes are also seen as 'one offs', a one time event that takes everyone by surprise. But, as with any level I will be covering, it's not always that cut and dry. This case being one. Due to the fact that not one but two 13 year old boys were ultimately found guilty, but the guilt of the 2nd boy is NOT cut and dry, unlike the guilt of the 1st boy. As with Levels 1 and 2, finding a case to fit in this level is not easy as they are not highly publicized or known. Luckily, another thank you to Denis from @SomethingStrange, is in order for suggesting this case to me. I fought with the audio quality on this episode, so I am merely hoping that everyone is able to follow my thoughts. I think that by the end you will be left questioning the conclusion of the case. *Not sure what I mean by the 22-Level 'Gradations of Evil Scale' ? If you would like to know more, go back and listen to the Season 2 Premiere episode which will be linked below: https://spotify.link/Za5dQ4S9aDb Resources used: https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/courts/criminal-court/ana-kriegel-murder-trial-the-complete-story-1.3929570 Eleanor Neale (part 1): https://youtu.be/xU5D4ZzMqcI Eleanor Neale (part 2): https://youtu.be/oGCAlhJ8vt8 Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org send us a DM on one of the socials, or leave a review for us! just click the link below to find all the listening platforms our pod can be found on, all the socials (FB, IG, etc.) donation page, case request form, and more! https://linktr.ee/nocturnaldistractionspodcast
A new paper by Denis Rancourt and colleagues looks at Covid™ vaccine-related deaths in 17 countries in the southern hemisphere. These countries include Argentina, Australia, Brazil, and South Africa, among others. Full show description Join our tribe
In this episode, Lisanne de Moor talks with four researchers in the field of personality and aging about common trends in personality change into old age, antecedents and consequences thereof and, most importantly, individual differences.
What are the strategies for moving forward and effectively leading a team or organization in our fast-paced world?Join Denis and Dan Michelson as they discuss the qualities of a successful leader in the modern world. As the CEO and founder of InCommon, he aims to tackle one of the most significant and fastest changes in history and make shift happen. With his new book "Holy Shift: Moving Your Company Forward to the Future of Work", Dan encourages leaders to see the shift, shift their mindset, and make shift happen. Dan and Denis discuss trust in a leader, mistakes as learning opportunities, how to create an environment of trust and compassion, mental health impacts from managers, and more.Listen to Dan's inspiring story of self-growth and becoming a leader!In this episode:Dan introduces his recent book, Holy Shift: Moving Your Company Forward To The Future Of WorkDan explores the CORE approach and three things you need to know about shifting mindsetUnravel why finding someone who's authentic and relatable from a leadership perspective is super important from an employee perspectiveMain takeaways:Trust is the most essential quality of any leaderLeadership is not about a scorecard but helping people around you and advancing the businessFavorite leaders are those who take risks to help others and lead with passion and compassionLeaders should see the shift, shift their mindset, and make shift happenLeaders have a responsibility and opportunity to have a massive impact on people's mental healthPeople expect four things from a company or leader: Community, Opportunity, Relationships, and ExperiencesWork is no longer defined by time or place for half the people on this planet. Employees expect something more flexible that flows with their lifeQuotes:“We don't need to think about how to bring people back to work. We need to think about how to bring people forward to the future.”- Denis Gianoutsos“We have to realize the level of our responsibility as leaders because the impact that we have on people from a mental health perspective is massive.” - Denis Gianoutsos“We've gone from what used to be called workflow, where everything revolves around our work, to now life flow, where it's all integrated together.” - Denis GianoutsosConnect with Dan:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danmichelson/Website: https://incommon.com/ Connect with Denis: Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page:
What happens when key personnel leave? How can leaders ensure their people are heard, valued, and part of the team? What processes and systems need to be in place to ensure that intellectual property is not lost? We explore these questions and more on this episode of Ask Denis. We discuss the importance of having standard operating procedures (SOPs) and processes in place to document information, store it in a repository, and retain IP even when people leave. We also look at ways to brainstorm and create processes for any type of organization – from large corporations to small businesses. Tune in for an invaluable discussion on how to keep intellectual property within a business!In this episode:Discover how you can keep IP (Intellectual Property) in your businessExplore different methods for documenting systems and processesThe reason why investing in people is essential for your team and businessMain takeaways:As a leader, ensure you are conducting one-on-one sessions with individuals to understand their current states and positions and subsequently assign them tasks, initiatives, and projects that will challenge and encourage their growthManaging people is essential, but processes and systems are also importantAnyone successful in life and business has standard operating procedures (SOPs) in placeDocumenting processes and systems is vital to retaining IP within the businessEnsure you care for your team members by regularly meeting with them, fostering their involvement and collaboration, and encouraging them to share their knowledge with othersQuotes:“Make sure you're not being caught out by people leaving your organization with the IP of your business.” - Denis Gianoutsos“Organizations and leaders that are great are the ones that actually have in place standard operating procedures (SOPs)” - Denis GianoutsosConnect with Denis: Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
For the first episode of Season 2, Ted Stank and Tom Goldsby speak with Denis Reilly, president and CEO of Kenco Group, a logistics provider based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. They discuss innovating, automating, and driving productivity even in the midst of a labor shortage. Denis, a member of the GSCI Advisory Board, also shared his approach to developing talent and what it'll take to succeed as a senior leader in the future.Beyond the interview, listen in as Ted and Tom discuss consumer confidence reports, unemployment figures, the state of the current job market, economic projections for the remainder of 2023, and more. Related links:Consumer confidence wanes with high prices and a cooling job marketFed, economists make course correction on US recession predictionsWhat holiday shopping could look like in 2023Hiring settles into low gear as August unemployment rose to 3.8%Labor unions pushing for raises and better hoursTom Goldsby on the United Auto Workers strike's roots in AI and ramifications for auto logisticsGen Z reconsidering the value of college degreesRead about Kenco's Innovation Test LabListen to the Season 2 trailer and most popular episodes from the first seasonSubscribe to GSCI's monthly newsletterLatest news and insights from the GSCI team
Raised in Florida, schooled in Tennessee, steeped in southern California and heat-tested in Texas, Denis brings 14 years of fitness leadership to Peloton. With an athletic history ranging from college football to aerial acrobatics, and a musical taste to match, Denis will keep you moving, grooving and guessing what comes next.
We have once again partnered with the Association of Black Cardiologists and the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association for a three-part content series. This year's collaboration is a three-episode podcast series. Today's first episode features special guests Sam Hoeffler of Reinvestment Partners and Dr. Rimsky Denis, a structural and interventional cardiologist, as they join our Frank Jaskulke to discuss the importance of community-based initiatives to improve health outcomes and promote health equity.
The LA Derby never disappoints. Sure, the result might not always fall in our favor, but the excitement, the buildup, the anticipation, and the energy of the matchup with Carson is usually exceeded only by the football played on the pitch. It's very safe to say that, for Episode 275, this version of the derby definitely didn't disappoint. LAFC took the lead twice, first on a Bouanga banger from Chiqui, and then after Ryan Hollingshead poached a pass for Denis and turned it into a goal of his own. But just as many times as we took the lead, Carson would score soon after to bring it level. But just when we thought the match couldn't get any more intense, LAFC goes and totally redeems themselves. A Bouanga brace followed by Tillman's first in forever gave the home side a lead, a win, and all three points. Also on this episode, Olly meets a Heisman winner, Filly leaves the show for a few minutes, and Scarf is still waiting for his paper airplane show. Enjoy Episode 275 as we begin out final gauntlet of matches before MLS Cup Playoffs.
In what ways can continued learning impact long-term success and goal attainment?Today, Denis reflects on his journey to get to 500 episodes and how it took two years of dedication and hard work. He talks about "The Circle of Excellence" and how it helps entrepreneurs take their careers to another level. Denis emphasizes that consistency is vital to success, whether delivering content for a podcast or researching a topic. He encourages listeners to take time out for themselves to let ideas come to them and never stop learning to reach their goals. Join us as we discuss the basics for achieving success and celebrate Denis' amazing accomplishment!In this episode:Discover The Circle of Excellence and how Denis got to episode 500 Why consistency and mastering the basics are the keys to success in podcasting and beyondMain takeaways:Master the basics, understand what truly drives success, and consistently apply them to achieve your goalsNever think that you've already reached the top of the mountain, and that's it. You've got to keep growing, working and learningWhat you say and what you do has an impact, can be influential, and actually will impact othersConsistency is crucial, so make sure to allocate time for thoughtful planning and a deep understanding of your subject matterQuotes:“It's not all the fancy stuff that's going to make you successful, it's going to be the basic stuff.” - Denis Gianoutsos“If you can stick to the basics and then make those things count, that's where you can become successful.” - Denis GianoutsosConnect with Denis: Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
Bem amigos do Bola Presa, mais um podcast no ar! Nesta semana, Denis Botana e Danilo Silvestre começam o Preview da Temporada 23/24 da NBA! Faltam seis semanas para o início do campeonato e temos seis divisões para analisar. Começamos com a Divisão Sudoeste! É a divisão das dores de cabeça: Memphis Grizzlies e o suspenso Ja Morant, New Orleans Pelicans e as lesões de Zion Williamson, Dallas Mavericks e as reclamações de Luka Doncic, Houston Rockets e o novo caso de agressão de Kevin Porter Jr. Mas pelo menos tem o San Antonio Spurs e Victor Wembanyama! No Both Teams Played Hard respondemos perguntas sobre perguntas do BTPH, premiações individuais no futebol, propagandas em transmissões de basquete e como responder perguntas de crianças. ... |OS PARÇAS DO BOLA PRESA| ASSINE O BOLA PRESA NO SPARKLE E RECEBA CONTEÚDO EXCLUSIVO - http://tiny.cc/BPSparkle São planos de R$14 e R$20 reais e mais de 80 podcasts para apoiadores Agora há opção de pagamento anual único via Pix - http://tiny.cc/BPAnual MOMENTO ALURA: Ganhe 15% de desconto na Alura em https://alura.tv/bolapresa São mais de 1000 cursos em dezenas de áreas que podem te ajudar a CATAPULTAR sua carreira O BOLA PRESA É PARCEIRO DA KTO Receba 20% de bônus no primeiro depósito com o cupom BOLAPRESA e faça suas apostas CONHEÇA AS NOVAS ESTAMPAS DA LOJINHA BOLA PRESA NA CAPHEAD Temos camisetas, moletons e canecas inspiradas na mitologia do Bola Presa ... NESTE EPISÓDIOCarinha do Jabá - 3:30Memphis Grizzlies - 6:49Dallas Mavericks - 29:29New Orleans Pelicans - 43:28Momento Alura - 49:50Houston Rockets - 52:20San Antonio Spurs - 1:09:50Both Teams Played Hard - 1:15:44 ... CONHEÇA OS OUTROS PODCASTS DA AD&D STUDIO Escuta Essa - Toda quarta-feira Denis e o Danilo trazem casos, relatos ou alguma boa conversa Pouco Pixel - Série de 6 episódios analisando a arqueologia de jogos modernos de videogame Ilha Quadrada - Série de 7 episódios com a mais completa introdução ao mundo da música clássica
This past weekend I had the privilege of traveling to Colorado Springs for Pikes Peak Gamer (PPG) Con! This local convention with a library of over 1,300 great games was an absolute blast. In this episode I talk all about the convention and speed run through the some of the games we played. Of course we also give an important update on Tabletop Alliance, our 501c3 nonprofit that spreads games to students across the US! Games Discussed: All Creatures Big & Small Carooka (both snooker & pool) Darwin's Journey Terraforming Mars: Aeres Expedition Strike & Tournament Azul Japanese Card Games Volltreffer (Underground labyrinth and Five Tribes) Nana Potato Man Special shoutouts to Jon, Lainie, Jose, Angela, Sean, Peter, Mitchel, Denis, Dwayne, and others for making the weekend so great! To learn more about and support Tabletop Alliance, visit TabletopAlliance.Org To learn more about Board Game Impact you can: Join the Patreon: Board Game Impact Like the Facebook Page: Board Game Impact Instagram: @boardgameimpact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Motivational Speaker, Author, and College Professor Dr. Denis Kimbro returns to our classroom on Wednesday morning. Dr. Kimbro, the author of Think and Grow Rich, A Black Choice, and several other books, will discuss Black Cultures' strengths. Before Dr. Kimbro, Sports Psychologist Dr. Kweku Smith will talk about the impact of Black Fathers on Coco Gauff and Deion Sanders's sons. Maryland State Senator Jill Carter will also explain why the saying, "nothing can be done for young offenders" is a false narrative and Psychologist Dr. Jason Anthony will also join us. Revolution! 10 Notable Black Uprisings Text "DCnews" to 52140 For Local & Exclusive News Sent Directly To You! The Big Show starts on WOLB at 1010 AM, wolbbaltimore.com, WOL 95.9 FM & 1450 AM & woldcnews.com at 6 am ET., 5 am CT., 3 am PT., and 11 am BST. Call-In # 800 450 7876 to participate, & listen liveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It takes an experienced director like Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049, Arrival, Prisoners) to tackle a project like the sci-fi epic “Dune.” Denis joined Tom to discuss his lifelong love of Frank Herbert's classic sci-fi novel, and what it's like to adapt a book that's long been considered "unfilmable.”
Srebro! Ne ono koje sija zlatnim sjajem, nego srebro! Pravo srebro! Borili su se naši košarkaši u odličnom finalu protiv jakih Nemaca koliko su god mogli, ali više na kraju ipak nije moglo. Sa dodatno skraćenom rotacijom, bez Ognjena Dobrića koji se povredio u prvim minutima meča, „plavi“ su imali snage da dobro ispariraju, ali su na kraju ipak ostali kratki. Šteta, ali i to je sport! Nemcima pružamo ruku. Oni su odigrali odličan turnir, završili bez poraza i impresionirali i svoje fanove i neutralce. Braća Vagner, sjajni Denis Šreder, svi su imali svoju ulogu u velikom trijumfu koji je Nemcima doneo prvu zlatnu medalju. A nije da nismo najavili, iz starta smo rekli da je Nemačka jedan od favorita...eto, bar nešto pogodismo. Treće mesto – iznenađenje! U duelu dve severnoameričke ekipe trijumfovali su Kanađani, kojima je ovo ujedno i najbolji plasman na svetskim prvenstvima u istoriji. Opet su Amerikanci došli na utakmicu u „plažnom“ izdanju, i čak ih ni magija Majkla Bridžisa pred kraj nije trgnula da zaigraju bolje u produžetku. Savršen je bio Dilon Bruks, koji je konačno „isterao svoje“, a poslovično odlično je odigrao i Šaj Gildžus-Aleksandar. I tako se završava i ovo svetsko prvenstvo u košarci. Radovali smo se mnogo više nego 2019, kada smo takmičenje završili već u četvrtfinalu. Naši momci iz Manile donose srebrnu medalju, i još jednom, svaka im čast na tom velikom uspehu. Priliku da odu korak dalje imaće dogodine u Parizu na olimpijskom turniru! A mi? Mi odosmo malo da se odmorimo. Vidimo se na početku klupske sezone! Pozdrav i hvala svima što ste nas slušali!
This week's guest, musician Denis Tetreault, brings us the 1999 debut record by Washington D.C. post-punk band Burning Airlines - the blistering Mission: Control! Singer/guitarist J. Robbins and bass player Bill Barbot (Jawbox) along with drummer Peter Moffett (Government Issue) made a gloriously furious racket in the band's short existence, and we're here for it! Songs discussed in this episode: Action (Sweet Cover) - Burning Airlines; Final Solution - Pere Ubu; Cooling Card - Jawbox; Chivaree - Channels; Harden Your Heart - Office Of Future Plans; Burning Airlines Give You So Much More - Brian Eno; Carnival, Wheaton Calling - Burning Airlines; London Calling - The Clash; Pacific 231 - Arthur Honegger; Pacific 231, Scissoring, The Escape Engine, (My Pornograph), Meccano - Burning Airlines; Forget - Mission Of Burma; 3 Sisters, Flood Of Foreign Capital, Crowned - Burning Airlines; Are You Receiving Me? - XTC; Sweet Deals On Surgery, I Sold Myself In, Back Of Love (Echo & The Bunnymen Cover) - Burning Airlines
ESTAMOS DE VOLTA! Nesta semana, Denis Botana e Danilo Silvestre estão de volta das férias para falar de basquete. O Preview da Temporada 23/24 da NBA começa semana que vem, mas antes temos a chance de discutir um pouco da Copa do Mundo de Basquete. Tivemos uma grande vitória do Brasil sobre o Canadá, seguida de eliminação na segunda rodada e uma vaga olímpica que escapou pelos dedos. Mas não foi só isso, tática, grandes personagens, críticas ao basquete da NBA e grandes jogos também renderam nessas últimas semanas. Também falamos um pouco sobre a chegada de Christian Wood ao Los Angeles Lakers. No Both Teams Played Hard respondemos perguntas sobre música no DNA, empate, ansiedade com o futuro, superação de relacionamento adolescente e sinceridade com o orientador do doutorado. ... |OS PARÇAS DO BOLA PRESA| ASSINE O BOLA PRESA NO SPARKLE E RECEBA CONTEÚDO EXCLUSIVO - http://tiny.cc/BPSparkle São planos de R$14 e R$20 reais e mais de 80 podcasts para apoiadores Agora há opção de pagamento anual único via Pix - http://tiny.cc/BPAnual MOMENTO ALURA: Ganhe 15% de desconto na Alura em https://alura.tv/bolapresa São mais de 1000 cursos em dezenas de áreas que podem te ajudar a CATAPULTAR sua carreira O BOLA PRESA É PARCEIRO DA KTO Receba 20% de bônus no primeiro depósito com o cupom BOLAPRESA e faça suas apostas CONHEÇA AS NOVAS ESTAMPAS DA LOJINHA BOLA PRESA NA CAPHEAD Temos camisetas, moletons e canecas inspiradas na mitologia do Bola Presa ... NESTE EPISÓDIOCarinha do Jabá - 3:50Copa do Mundo - 8:06Momento Alura - 50:40Christian Wood no Lakers - 55:55Both Teams Played Hard - 1:08:14 ... CONHEÇA OS OUTROS PODCASTS DA AD&D STUDIO Escuta Essa - Toda quarta-feira Denis e o Danilo trazem casos, relatos ou alguma boa conversaPouco Pixel - Série de 6 episódios analisando a arqueologia de jogos modernos de videogameIlha Quadrada - Série de 7 episódios com a mais completa introdução ao mundo da música clássica
Riley assesses the relative merits of various potato chip flavours, while Denis reveals the exciting new world of "girl maths". It's not as problematic as it sounds. Theme music: Lowrider by Joakim Karud Support the show on Patreon! patreon.com/havealistentothis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Why is the last third of the year crucial for leaders to reflect on their organization's progress?In this episode, we dive into the powerful metaphor of seasonal change and how it can inspire leaders to embrace adaptability and transformation. We discuss how the last third of the year is a great time to assess progress and make the necessary adjustments. Explore how nature's annual transition from one season to another can be used as a guide to drive success in organizations.Join us for this inspiring conversation on how leaders can transform their organization and guide it toward growth, transformation, and a bright future!In this episode:Why leaders need to be flexible and focus on the last part of the year to grow and changeExplore leaders embracing seasonal change in the years' financial stretchHow the last third of the year is an ideal time to reinforce resilience strategiesMain takeaways:Whether you lead a business, a team, or an organization, understanding the shifting dynamics of your environment is importantLeaders who communicate their vision clearly where people understand it ensure that each team member understands their role in achieving goalsJust as numerous cultures celebrate the transition of seasons with festivals and traditions, leaders too should take a moment to honor and recognize the milestones achieved throughout the yearLeaders should be inspired by the adaptability, goal-setting, resilience, and celebration found in natureThe last third of the year offers you a valuable opportunity to reassess, recalibrate, and refocus efforts to achieve success.Quotes:“As nature adapts to its changing environment. We as leaders should be equally adaptable and focused on the last third of the year to drive growth, transformation, and success.” - Denis Gianoutsos“If you can acknowledge accomplishments, that can actually motivate employees. Then really inspire them to help finish the year on a strong note.” - Denis GianoutsosConnect with Denis: Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
Welcome to the latest Music Business Worldwide podcast supported by Voly Music.On this 'cast, MBW founder Tim Ingham is joined by Denis Ladegaillerie, founder and CEO of Believe.Paris-headquartered Believe is now well established as one of the largest recorded music companies in the world, both via its Believe-branded artist and label services operation, as well as its subsidiary, TuneCore, which announced the close of last year that it had paid out over USD $3 billion to independent artists to date.Believe currently is valued at around USD $1 billion on the Paris Euronext stock exchange, having turned over around USD $450 million in revenue in the first half of 2023. (Believe reports its revenues in Euros.)On this podcast, MBW's Ingham asks Ladegaillerie all about a number of key topics including: - How the music industry should deal with streaming fraud;- Why Asia is set to commercially explode in music in the years ahead;- What Believe's strategy is to challenge the ‘major' music companies; and- Yep... Artificial Intelligence. (AI is a particularly timely subject at Believe and TuneCore, which recently partnered with Grimes to distribute music created by other artists using an AI replication of her voice.)One other important point: Believe is no longer just a recorded music company. Since March it has also run its own global music publishing operation, housed under TuneCore, following Believe's acquisition of the $51 million-valued Sentric Music.The Music Business Worldwide Podcast is supported by Voly Music.
What essential qualities differentiate a phenomenal leader from the rest?In this episode, Denis brings back Hermann Simon and Peter Hopwood to explore what it takes to be a phenomenal leader and how to use soft skills communications for leadership. Tune in to hear their unique stories growing up and transitioning into leadership roles. Plus, discover the key traits of successful leaders and how communication and connection are essential elements for success.Get inspired by their stories and gain valuable tips on how to lead with confidence and clarity in an ever-changing world!In this episode:Hermann shares about joining the Air Force and how it was necessary for his experience as a young leaderWhy not wanting to have a boss above you is the ultimate motivation to becoming a leaderPeter discusses how he got into leadership and communication, his work as a speaker coach, and how leaders can connect with their audiencesHow the way we speak and how we look will influence the way that people think about usMain takeaways:Being a leader means standing on your own two feetPhenomenal leaders are characterized by unity of person and purposeTake advantage of gestures when speaking to provide emphasisHow you present yourself matters in people's mindsCommunication is all about connection and making people feel comfortable Giving people space to think and feel comfortable is essential for successful leadershipQuotes:“If you do not want to have a boss above you, you must become a leader; you must stand on your own feet.” - Hermann Simon“Make sure that what you share intrigues the brain of the person looking at you.” - Peter HopwoodConnect with Denis: Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
This week on The PorterWay Podcast, we're going live to discuss a wide range of boxing topics, including Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo, the rumored Shakur Stevenson vs. Frank Martin and David Benavidez vs Demetrius Andrade matchups, OTX (Overtime Boxing), ProBox TV. and MORE! Thank you to Life Savers Restoration for sponsoring this episode! https://www.lifesaversrestoration.com/ The PorterWay Podcast is hosted by two-time welterweight world champion "Showtime" Shawn Porter alongside longtime friend and co-host Anthony Brenagh, and is produced by Ryan Hafey of Hafey Digital. **NEW EPISODES EVERY TUESDAY** WATCH A REPLAY OF THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: https://youtube.com/live/IbFD2ooO4Z8 SUPPORT THE PORTERWAY PODCAST BY BECOMING A PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/TPWP SHOP TPWP MERCH: https://theporterway.com/TPWP/shop/home SHOP SHAWN PORTER MERCH: https://shopshawnporter.com/ FOLLOW US: Instagram.com/theporterwaypod Twitter.com/ThePorterWayPod Facebook.com/ThePorterWayPodcast TikTok.com/@theporterwaypodcast Subscribe to The PorterWay Podcast wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts!
Playlist: Roy Hargrove Quintet: Strasbourg/St. Denis; Mingus Bigband 93: Moanin'; John Coltrane: Equinox; John Coltrane: Giant Steps; Clifford Brown, Max Roach quintet: Cherokee; Dubbelaar: Miles Davis quintet: Freddie Freeloader; Jon Hendricks, Bobby McFerrin, Al Jarreau, George Benson: Freddie Freeloader; Dave Brubeck: Blue Rondo a la Turk. Lees verder →
Denis talks about how bad he is at organising surprises, while Riley had finally managed to fix a longstanding issue with his headphones. Theme music: Lowrider by Joakim Karud Support the show on Patreon! patreon.com/havealistentothis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Esta é a última semana de férias do Bola Presa, mas hoje vocês não ficam sem basquete! Primeiro o Denis tem alguns comentários para fazer sobre a Copa do Mundo de Basquete e as tretas de James Harden e Daryl Morey. Depois liberamos para vocês um PODCAST ESPECIAL PARA ASSINANTES! Todo mês nossos apoiadores recebem pelo menos dois podcasts especiais, e um deles foi esse onde revisitamos e reorganizamos o Draft 2013, aquele que teve Giannis Antetokounmpo, Rudy Gobert e não muito mais que isso. Um jeito divertido de revisitar a NBA de 10 anos atrás e descobrir o que aconteceu com um montão de gente por aí. Se nas últimas semanas trouxemos novos podcasts do nosso estúdio, o AD&D, hoje também temos novidade, o Ilha Quadrada, criado pelo Adriano Brandão para falar sobre música clássica. Por direitos autorais não pudemos colocar o episódio aqui como nas últimas semanas, mas ele já está no ar no Spotify. O Ilha Quadrada é exclusivo do Spotify, mas nossos outros projetos, o Escuta Essa e o Pouco Pixel, você pode escutar em qualquer agregador. OS PODCASTS DA AD&D STUDIOSegundas - Pouco Pixel Terças - Ilha Quadrada (apenas no Spotify)Quartas - Escuta EssaQuinta - Bola Presa ao vivo no YouTubeSexta - Bola Presa Podcast ... |OS PARÇAS DO BOLA PRESA| ASSINE O BOLA PRESA NO SPARKLE E RECEBA CONTEÚDO EXCLUSIVO - http://tiny.cc/BPSparkle São planos de R$14 e R$20 reais e mais de 80 podcasts para apoiadores Agora há opção de pagamento anual único via Pix - http://tiny.cc/BPAnual MOMENTO ALURA: Ganhe 10% de desconto na Alura em https://alura.tv/bolapresa São mais de 1000 cursos em dezenas de áreas que podem te ajudar a CATAPULTAR sua carreira >>>Participe da IMERSÃO DADOS COM INTELIGÊNCIA ARTIFICAL, é de graça!
By letting go of control and embracing delegation, leaders enable innovation, empower team members, and set the stage for massive growth. In this episode of Ask Denis, we dive into how effective leadership involves letting go of control and fostering autonomy for growth. We dive into the importance of delegation, loosening the reins to empower others and create an environment for innovation. We examine how leaders must be flexible and adaptable to respond quickly to changing circumstances, share their knowledge, provide constructive feedback, and empower others with leadership roles. It's time to take a look at how empowering employees with autonomy is key for successful organizations!In this episode:Discover why leadership is about letting go and how it can lead to long-term successDelve into six areas around the letting go approachThe art of delegationFoster innovationEmpowerment breeds loyaltyGrowth through mentorshipAdaption to change Build a legacyMain takeaways:When leaders allow their team members to take the reins and experiment with ideas, they open the door to a whole range of perspectives and approachesIf you can let go of that need for absolute control, then you, as a leader, can start to foster an atmosphere that encourages risk-taking and breakthrough thinkingBy sharing knowledge, providing feedback, and offering guidance, leaders help their team build vital skills and confidence, benefiting the entire organizationLeaders who really understand the importance of letting go can more effectively adapt to new situations and challengesLeaders who recognize that their role includes shaping the future of the organization and its members really understand the importance of letting goQuotes:“Delegation is not only about giving out work and tasks to people, but it also encourages the team members to take ownership of their roles and also foster a sense of accountability.” - Denis Gianoutsos“Innovation often thrives in an environment where mistakes are viewed as opportunities for learning and growth.”- Denis Gianoutsos“When leaders let go of the need to control every aspect, and instead they start to focus on mentorship and coaching. Then they start to contribute to the professional development of their team.” - Denis Gianoutsos“True leadership is not just about achieving short-term goals; it's about leaving a lasting impact.” - Denis GianoutsosConnect with Denis: Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
Read along to practice your English and to learn the English phrases COULD BE WORSE and TO GO FROM BAD TO WORSEIn this English lesson I wanted to help you learn the English phrase “could be worse”. Now, this is a phrase that we use in two different situations. If you said to me, Hey, Bob, how's it going? I might answer. Could be worse. This is a response to that greeting that means nothing's really bad in my life, but nothing's really good. It's a very neutral answer and kind of a funny one. So you might say, Hey, Bob, how's it going? And I could say, Ah you know it could be worse. The other way we use this or the other situation we use this in is when someone's talking about something bad that's happened and you want to kind of reassure them that it wasn't as bad as it could have been. Here's a good example. The other day it rained a lot and there was... there was a lot of water on our property. And Jen said, you know, it could be worse. The roof of the house could have started leaking. That would have been way worse than what was happening. So it's used to just introduce a thought about how the situation could have been worse.WANT FREE ENGLISH LESSONS? GO TO YOUTUBE AND SEARCH, "BOB THE CANADIAN"If you enjoy these lessons please consider supporting me at: http://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadianThe other phrase I want to teach you today is “to go from bad to worse”. This is used to describe maybe your day starting out badly, and then as the day goes by, it just gets worse and worse. You could say, Oh, my day went from bad to worse. On the way to school there was a traffic jam and I was late for work or on the way to work there was a traffic jam, but I was late for work. I know you don't all work at a school. And then when I got to school, I had to fill in for Joe because he was sick that day. So my day went from bad to worse.So to review “could be worse” could be used as a response to a greeting. Like, How's it going? Ah, could be worse. Or to describe how a situation could actually be worse. And to go from bad to worse is used to describe usually a day that starts out badly and then just keeps getting worse as the day goes on. Those are not fun days.But hey, let's look at a comment from a previous video. This comment is from Denis. There are so many comments under this video. That is cool. And my response, I'm happy that it never gets to be too many, that I can't answer them all. Someday, though, it might. So thanks, Denis, for that comment.Yes. A little secret here. I really enjoy answering the comments on this channel. And one of the things that makes that possible is that there's usually only 30 or 40 of them. And I. I do want this channel to grow. That would be exciting for me. It would be exciting to get a silver play button someday for this channel. But at the same time, I do really enjoy the fact that I can respond to all the comments. Like it's... it's not a lot of work.One of you once asked how fast I type, so I'll tell you a little story. Years ago in university, I decided, this is way back in the late eighties, early nineties, I decided that typing on a keyboard might be important. So I sat down at a computer and I taught myself to type and eventually I could type over 80 words per minute. And to this day, I can still type that fast. That really helps me reply to comments. Sometimes, too, I use an app or an extension in my browser that lets me use voice, but sometimes typing is just faster. So yes, my typing speed is really high and that certainly helps me answer a lot of comments.And it's fun because I actually kind of get to know some of you on this channel. Whereas on my bigger channel, I try to respond to all the comments that I can on a Tuesday morning when the video comes out. But eventually theSupport the show
Denis Kaser is head of international marketing for Le Gruyère AOP. He has extensive experience in the marketing world, including with food and drink companies. He is passionate about sharing the stories of the people behind Le Gruyère AOP and his home country of Switzerland, in addition to the promotion of what has been consistently named the world's best cheese. We discuss: Le Gruyere AOP production in Switzerland: From the care & animal welfare practices employed to maintain the health of the dairy cows, to the aging process and optimal climate conditions for creating the ideal (and most delicious) wheel of Le Gruyere AOP. International food product marketing, plus how and why marketing a commodity product from Switzerland is so different from traditional CPG food product marketing around the world. Denis' marketing background and experience, and what makes working for Le Gruyere AOP so special, unique, and different. Key learnings about the storytelling of food production that any food marketer will want to hear.
Sci-Fi July continues with a look at Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049 (2017). It's the story of K (Ryan Gosling). He's a replicant experiencing memories where he thinks he's the chosen one, a product of a replicant and human pairing. Of course, that Replicant is Rachel (Sean Young) and the human is Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) which, I guess settles the whole thing about Deckard being a human or replicant... or does it? Rob St. Mary and Chris Stachiw join Mike to discuss this ponderous sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 original.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5513239/advertisement
On today's MJ Morning Show National Hurricane Center update What's different on the Howard Frankland Bridge? Price gouging Another quick update from the NHC Fester's gas mishap (not his first) Gas/Shopping listener prep stories ABC Action News Meteorologist Denis Phillips breaks down the storm and took more calls We took more calls... Don't overdo it... Advice for pool owners
Riley gets stuck into a real first world problem as he talks about the problems he's having with his pool, while Denis caught up on some nerd homework recently. Theme music: Lowrider by Joakim Karud Support the show on Patreon! patreon.com/havealistentothis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's MJ Morning Show: National Hurricane Center update MJ storm coverage Morons in the news Pool furniture... should you toss it into the pool? Gas issue for Citgo MJ moved his kids into dorms over the weekend MJ's latest Instagram posts Bad gas Crotchety Call bit Denis Phillips on Tropical Storm Idalia Denis Phillips took calls from our listeners TECO Box... don't steal copper! Bob Barker RIP We took calls: Any shortages, long lines, as people prepare for the storm
A inovação deve estar no horizonte estratégico de qualquer empresa — principalmente médios negócios, que podem construir vantagens competitivas que lhes permita ter a agilidade das startups sem precisar fazer aportes gigantes em aquisições. Denis Ferrari, CEO da Azys Inovação, explica como mapear oportunidades de inovação na sua empresa e desenvolver soluções funcionais e eficazes. > Ouça no Spotify e acompanhe o Café com ADM pelo grupo exclusivo no WhatsApp. Conteúdo patrocinado ARRASE NO TIKTOK Ouça agora o videocast For You, videocast oficial do TikTok for Business, e saiba como destacar sua marca e se relacionar com seus clientes no TikTok. Ouça aqui o novo episódio. Sobre o entrevistado Denis Ferrari é CEO da Azys Inovação, conselheiro de empresas e mentor de startups. Atuou como garçom e chapeiro até fazer seu primeiro curso de informática e se tornar assistente de professor na mesma escola e, posteriormente, instrutor. Com a experiência, fez seu bacharelado em Sistemas de Informação pela Faesa, mas acabou se apaixonando mais pelos negócios do que pela carreira técnica. Ao perceber que faltava uma abordagem nativamente brasileira para o tema de inovação, criou o Método Azys, que é uma forma simples de criar e validar ideias. Esse método foi a base para a construção da principal aceleradora de startups do Espírito Santo e também para uma forma única de operar a inovação das médias empresas.
It's Episode 272 of Defenders of the Banc, now heard in Fiji! You know what they don't have much of in Fiji? TURF! LAFC falls to yet another inferior club on turf, this time in Charlotte. Listen as we recap and rant about the road loss. LAFC played a dismal first half, falling behind 1-0 after a series of turnovers and not doing a whole lot on the offensive end. When was the last time you heard of an LAFC club completing 90 passes in a half?Just after the hour mark, Dolo would make his first move, and it was a good one. Subbing on Olivera, Fufu, and Acosta seemed to get the ball moving, and soon after, Super Mario Gonzalez would open his account after a great pass from Denis. The lead was short-lived, however, as a set of Charlotte subs had their desired effect. The Rangers legend, Scott Arfield, pounced on a rebound after a solid save by J-Mac, and LAFC found themselves down a goal yet again. Despite a series of solid efforts by Denis and Olivera, it was too little, too late, as LAFC falls in Charlotte. Also on this episode, Filly takes us on a trip through Fiji, Scarf rants about our upcoming gauntlet in September, and the boys are waking up very early for eggs tomorrow. Good luck, El Segundo, and enjoy Episode 272!
Are leaders born, or are they developed?In this episode, Denis discusses John C. Maxwell's 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership and how they can help aspiring leaders unlock their potential. He explores the three of them in-depth and provides practical tips for applying them in your own leadership journey. Denis covers the importance of self-improvement, developing solid relationships, and learning from failure. If you're looking to become a better leader, this is an episode you don't want to miss! Tune in to discover the 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership with John C. Maxwell!In this episode:Explore three of the 21 Irrefutable Laws of LeadershipThe law of the lidThe law of influenceThe law of process Discover a roadmap for individuals who want to develop their leadership skills and make a positive impact on the professional and personal side of thingsMain takeaways:You can learn and refine the skill of leadership by dedicating yourself to practice, maintaining consistency, and seeking guidance from experienced leaders, coaches, and mentorsThe leader's leadership skills and capabilities directly determine the success of their teamPeople don't care what your title is; they don't care what your task is or initiative or deadline until they know that you care about themThose who invest in building relationships are more likely to build respect and loyalty from their teamsLeadership develops daily, requiring patience, perseverance, and commitment to learningQuotes:“If you can consistently or constantly learn, adapt, and approve your leadership skills, then what you can do is you can elevate your effectiveness and the performance of those that you lead.” - Denis Gianoutsos“What got you where you are today won't get you where you need to go tomorrow.” - Denis Gianoutsos“True leadership is going to be built throughout dedicated effort and a willingness to embrace challenges and setbacks as an opportunity to grow.” - Denis GianoutsosConnect with Denis: Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
O Bola Presa está de férias, mas nosso recém-lançado AD&D Studio está começando a tirar os primeiros projetos do papel. Hoje é dia da gente mostrar o segundo episódio do nosso novo projeto, o Escuta Essa. Primeiro tivemos o Pouco Pixel. Aí semana passada trouxemos o Denis falando sobre os Reality Shows mais malucos dos anos 2000. Hoje é dia do Danilo falar sobre como ele foi uma das vítimas do vício em XADREZ durante a pandemia. Em todo episódio um de nós conta alguma coisa um para o outro. Qualquer coisa. Histórias, causos, experiências pessoais, algo que um de nós descobriu, viveu ou leu sobre nos últimos tempos. Tem do submundo dos perfumes às origens dos reality shows, passando por vício em xadrez e arte contemporânea. Você pode ouvir o Escuta Essa aqui ou, claro, no seu agregador de podcast favorito. Sigam a gente lá para saber dos novos episódios e para ver os detalhes deste programa. ... |OS PARÇAS DO BOLA PRESA| ASSINE O BOLA PRESA NO SPARKLE E RECEBA CONTEÚDO EXCLUSIVO - http://tiny.cc/BPSparkle São planos de R$14 e R$20 reais e mais de 80 podcasts para apoiadores Agora há opção de pagamento anual único via Pix - http://tiny.cc/BPAnual MOMENTO ALURA: Ganhe 10% de desconto na Alura em https://alura.tv/bolapresa São mais de 1000 cursos em dezenas de áreas que podem te ajudar a CATAPULTAR sua carreira >>>Participe da IMERSÃO DADOS COM INTELIGÊNCIA ARTIFICAL, é de graça!
durée : 00:58:28 - Avec philosophie - par : Géraldine Muhlmann - La grande idée de Montesquieu, dont l'entreprise est à la fois descriptive et normative, consiste à dire qu'il n'est pas possible de corriger les mœurs par les lois. Les mœurs sont inspirées, en tant qu'elles émergent spontanément de différents comportements, tandis que les lois sont instituées. - invités : Catherine Larrère Philosophe, professeure émérite à l'Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, spécialiste des questions éthiques et politiques liées à la crise environnementale et aux nouvelles technologies; Denis de Casabianca Professeur de philosophie en classes préparatoires au lycée Thiers à Marseille
On today's show, Denise discovers milk pouring from rock. Christine is attacked by the hospital patient in the bed beside her. A scary dream. But then she has another with Megan Markle. Register for our upcoming Dream Summit at: https://www.dream-analysis.com/free Submit your dream at: https://www.dream-analysis.com/podcast Dream: Milk pouring from rocks Denis's dream shows her how she lost her way, is promised that she can find it and is then shown what her super power is. Dream: Terror Christine awakens in a hospital bed with a man recovering in the bed beside. Things, however, take a bad turn. This dream shows Christine's fear around healing the issues that knocked her masculine energy out of balance. Dream: Megan Markle and Me Christine's last dream was more of a nightmare. This dream appears more positive, yet still shows the origin of her issues. Show Archives: https://www.dream-analysis.com/podcasts/ Courses: https://www.dream-analysis.com/courses Aisling Dream Clinic: https://aislingdreamclinic.com
Pat Mayo and Fight Network‘s Cody Saftic make their UFC 292 Picks. The card goes down Saturday August 12th in Boston. The guys make their UFC picks, give their favorite bets and PrizePicks for each fight. Get up to a $100 deposit match at Prize Picks (https://bit.ly/DOPPrizePicks) using code “DOP” at sign up Sub to the Mayo Media Network for Video: https://bit.ly/YTMMN FACTOR MEALS — Head to FACTOR MEALS dot com slash mayo50 and use code mayo50 to get 50% off your first box. That's code mayo50 at FACTOR MEALS dot com slash mayo50 to get 50% off your first box. Subscribe to the Dog Or Pass Podcast Feeds Apple: https://apple.co/2EO5trZ Spotify: https://spoti.fi/35EZVLk Google: https://bit.ly/DOPGoogle SHOW INDEX 00:00 Intro 2:07 Aljamain Sterling vs. Sean O'Malley 8:29 Zhang Weili vs. Amanda Lemos 13:59 Neil Magny vs. Ian Machado Garry 22:13 Mario Bautista vs. Da'Mon Blackshear 41:44 Marlon Vera vs. Pedro Munhoz 47:05 Brad Tavares vs. Chris Weidman 53:45 Gregory Rodrigues vs. Denis 59:51 Austin Hubbard vs. Kurt Holobaugh 1:06:05 Conor, Jake Paul 1:15:28 Zuckerberg vs Elon 1:18:03 Brad Katona vs ????? 1:18:25 Andre Petroski vs. Gerald Meerschaert 1:18:46 Natalia Silva vs. Andrea Lee 1:19:12 Karine Silva vs. Maryna Moroz 1:20:01 PRP/Prize Picks Paul Shaughnessy Twitter: https://twitter.com/PaulShag Cody Saftic Twitter: https://twitter.com/CjSaftic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Denis was given the opportunity to reverse-Nigerian-prince someone, while Riley recounts the time he recently spent with Denis in Ireland. Theme music: Lowrider by Joakim Karud Support the show on Patreon! patreon.com/havealistentothis Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are you seeking strategies to identify where your team stands and propel them toward greater heights of performance? This week on Ask Denis, we explore the Team Maturity Model, a framework developed by organizational psychology and management researchers to help leaders understand the different stages of team development. This episode takes an in-depth look at each stage of the model: forming, storming, norming, and performing, and discusses strategies that can help leaders identify their team's current stage and navigate them through this journey toward higher levels of performance, collaboration, and innovation. With an understanding of the Team Maturity Mode, leaders can create highly productive teams that work together seamlessly and leverage each other's strengths for maximum performance. Tune in now for an insightful discussion about how to use this model to drive your team's success!In this episode:Explore the Team Maturity ModelStrategies that will guide you and your team toward higher levels of performance, collaboration, and innovationForming, storming, norming, and performingMain takeaways:Leaders that embrace the significance of the Team Maturity Model gain a competitive edge in trying to nurture high-performing teamsMake sure that you're encouraging open dialogue that really fosters understanding and collaborationExplaining stages and their traits boosts team awareness, aiding members in identifying their current phase and advancing effectivelyEmpower team autonomy, offer guidance, and witness massive growthThe Team Maturity Model gives leaders a roadmap to help cultivate high-performing cohesive teams, and if leaders can understand the stages, then they can navigate their teams through challenges, conflicts, and successQuotes:“The Team Maturity Model not only drives improved team performance, but also paves the way for a culture of collaboration, innovation, and sustained success in that ever-evolving business landscape.” - Denis Gianoutsos“In today's dynamic and competitive business landscape, effective teamwork is a cornerstone of success.” - Denis GianoutsosConnect with Denis: Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
Pat Mayo and Fight Network‘s Cody Saftic make their UFC 292 Picks. The card goes down Saturday August 12th in Boston. The guys make their UFC picks, give their favorite bets and PrizePicks for each fight. Get up to a $100 deposit match at Prize Picks (https://bit.ly/DOPPrizePicks) using code “DOP” at sign up Sub to the Mayo Media Network for Video: https://bit.ly/YTMMN Subscribe to the Dog Or Pass Podcast Feeds Apple: https://apple.co/2EO5trZ Spotify: https://spoti.fi/35EZVLk Google: https://bit.ly/DOPGoogle SHOW INDEX 00:00 Intro 2:07 Aljamain Sterling vs. Sean O'Malley 8:29 Zhang Weili vs. Amanda Lemos 13:59 Neil Magny vs. Ian Machado Garry 22:13 Mario Bautista vs. Da'Mon Blackshear 41:44 Marlon Vera vs. Pedro Munhoz 47:05 Brad Tavares vs. Chris Weidman 53:45 Gregory Rodrigues vs. Denis 59:51 Austin Hubbard vs. Kurt Holobaugh 1:06:05 Conor, Jake Paul 1:15:28 Zuckerberg vs Elon 1:18:03 Brad Katona vs ????? 1:18:25 Andre Petroski vs. Gerald Meerschaert 1:18:46 Natalia Silva vs. Andrea Lee 1:19:12 Karine Silva vs. Maryna Moroz 1:20:01 PRP/Prize Picks Paul Shaughnessy Twitter: https://twitter.com/PaulShag Cody Saftic Twitter: https://twitter.com/CjSaftic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What is nothing? Does nothing exist? Neil deGrasse Tyson and comedian Chuck Nice explore cosmological curiosities about the end of the universe, dark matter, and more!NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Matej Dvonč, Robert Weaver, David Lindberg, Denis, Jesus Hernandez, and Jack Reeves for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / L. Jenkins (GSFC), Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons