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Content Benefits of sleep, diet, strength Self-control and confidence Preparedness for future rule Support our ministry and gain access to hours of seminary videos: https://crosstocrown.org/partners/ Song credit: “Beautiful Day” by Gabe Goodin — https://open.spotify.com/artist/654rVNYWPK6wKQjdJyX3BO My books: Exalted: Putting Jesus in His Place — https://www.amazon.com/Exalted-Putting-Jesus-His-Place/dp/0985118709/ref=tmm_pap_title_0 God's Design for Marriage (Married Edition) — https://www.amazon.com/Gods-Design-Marriage-Married-Amazing/dp/0998786306/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1493422125&sr=1-4&keywords=god%27s+design+for+marriage God's Design for Marriage (Pre-married Edition) — https://www.amazon.com/Gods-Design-Marriage-What-Before/dp/0985118725/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top crosstocrown.org @DougGoodin @CrossToCrown
Ngoài những bài viết thú vị về chủ đề phát triển bản thân, tác giả Lưu Trọng Nhân còn đang hoạt động trên kênh Youtube cá nhân với mảng chia sẻ kiến thức về ngành Design. Các Nhện Hữu hãy ghé qua và ủng hộ writer của nhà Nhện nhé: / @hoponluu __ Thế nào là NGHỆ THUẬT của việc LƯỜI BIẾNG? | Lưu Trọng Nhân | Giáo dục Nếu như bạn đã lên mạng đủ lâu, hẳn bạn từng bắt gặp không dưới một bài viết, hoặc một video hài hước nói về cách mà các ông bố lười biếng đối phó với việc trông con khi vợ vắng nhà. Đây là một trong vô số ví dụ cho câu nói nổi tiếng của tỷ phú Bill Gates: “Tôi luôn chọn người lười biếng cho những công việc khó khăn. Bởi vì họ luôn biết tìm con đường dễ dàng nhất để thực hiện nó.” Lười biếng à? Tại sao phải chê cười sự lười biếng cơ chứ? Và video này chính là lý do vì sao lười biếng không luôn luôn có nghĩa là xấu, cũng như các bước để chúng ta có thể tập lười biếng một cách thông minh qua góc nhìn của tác giả Lưu Trọng Nhân, một cây bút đến từ website của Spiderum. Trước khi bắt đầu, đừng quên chúng mình đã đính link bài viết gốc có tên “Nghệ thuật của việc lười biếng” tại phần mô tả của video, hãy ấn vào để đọc thêm các bài viết thú vị hơn nhé! Còn bây giờ thì bắt đầu thôi! __ Tủ sách hoành tráng của Spiderum: https://shope.ee/6KbpEZS9D2 Các đầu sách bạn có thể quan tâm: - Người trong muôn nghề - Định hướng nghề nghiệp toàn diện: https://shope.ee/AURO9YQc3A - Người trong muôn nghề: Ngành IT có gì?: https://shope.ee/9pBhMKT9Oy - Người trong muôn nghề: Ngành Kinh tế có gì? - Tập 1: https://shope.ee/9UYqxiUQ4w - Người trong muôn nghề: Ngành Kinh tế có gì? - Tập 2: https://shope.ee/9KFQlPV3Pv - Người trong muôn nghề: Ngành Sáng tạo - Nghệ thuật có gì?: https://shope.ee/9zV7YdSW47 - Người trong muôn nghề: Ngành Xã hội - Nhân văn có gì?: https://shope.ee/5pfYayiNWK - Mùi mẹ - Món quà dành tặng người phụ nữ yêu thương: https://shope.ee/6AIOzah6qU - DevUP - Phát triển toàn diện sự nghiệp lập trình viên: https://shope.ee/9esHA1Tmjx - Seneca: Những Bức Thư Đạo Đức – Chủ Nghĩa Khắc Kỷ Trong Đời Sống - Tập 1: https://shope.ee/6zrW08ngb2 - Seneca: Những Bức Thư Đạo Đức – Chủ Nghĩa Khắc Kỷ Trong Đời Sống - Tập 2: https://shope.ee/A9oXkwRsj8 - Mở khóa thương mại điện tử Việt Nam: https://shope.ee/5V2iCMjeCI - Doing good better - Làm việc thiện đúng cách: https://shope.ee/6KbpBtgTVV - Động lực nội tại - Làm sao để yêu công việc và đạt đến thành công: https://shope.ee/6UvFOCfqAW - Bước ra thế giới: Cẩm nang du học và săn học bổng: https://shope.ee/5fM8Ofj0rJ - Chuyện người chuyện ngỗng (Vũ Hoàng Long): https://shope.ee/4AXKcUjKAQ __ Hóng các cuộc hội thoại thú vị, nhiều kiến thức bổ ích trên kênh Talk Sâu: https://b.link/talksau Lắng nghe những câu chuyện về thế giới nghề nghiệp cùng podcast Người Trong Muôn Nghề: https://b.link/NTMN-Podcast ______________ Bài viết: Nghệ thuật của việc lười biếng Được viết bởi: Lưu Trọng Nhân Link bài viết: https://spiderum.com/bai-dang/Nghe-th... ______________ Giọng đọc: Khánh Linh Editor: YOSHY ______________ Bản quyền video: Spiderum Bản quyền nhạc: Youtube Audio Library, Epidemic Sound --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spiderum/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/spiderum/support
On Wednesday in Denver, we had the pleasure of joining Dr. Roger Pielke Jr. (UC Boulder) and Chris Wright, CEO and Chairman of Liberty Energy for a live discussion as part of Liberty Energy's “Liberty and Energy” Presentation Series. Roger is a Professor in the Environmental Studies department at the University of Colorado Boulder and the author of “The Honest Broker” substack (linked here). Roger's work focuses on the intersection of policy and governance issues related to science, technology, environment, innovation, and sports. It was exciting to bring the Denver area community together and have a live, studio audience to discuss the current state of climate, energy and the environment broadly. To kick off the discussion, Roger walked us through a presentation with key background on the current state of science around energy and climate (slides linked here). We then dove into how the broader population might get better data and discussion around energy and climate, issues with the IPCC's summary for policy makers, how priorities in the environmental world have shifted to focusing primarily on climate, the impact of climate alarmism on children and young adults, and how Roger approaches teaching his students to appreciate the scale and complexity of energy and electricity in the world. Roger shares examples of the “scenario wars” that are taking place, his experience being investigated by Congress, and the overwhelming need for solid data on climate from a trusted, authoritative organization that allows for open discussion. We also discuss the role of oil and gas companies in the energy world of tomorrow, the math of getting to net zero 2050, the desperate need for more energy in the developing world, the glaring opportunity for America to help power the world, and conclude with some inside scoop on Roger's chances of joining the team with Coach Prime. As you will hear, Roger is a great explainer and wonderful thinker. We can't thank the Liberty team enough for allowing us to be a part of it. The world needs more “Liberty and Energy” town hall gatherings! As you will hear, Roger very positively mentions a podcast with Michael Liebreich and Jim Skea (the new head) of the IPCC. The episode is linked here. As we head into the weekend, we wish you well and hope your team wins! If you do get out for a walk or otherwise have some time, we hope very much you can tune in to this Special Edition COBT. We learned a lot!
Support on PATREON!!!Thank you, Patrons! - Ryan Moore, Franco Portelli, Derek Graeff, Jimmy Tucker, Ryan S, DavidLEGO had to backtrack on their goal of not using oil-based plastics, which is a bit sad, but of course, there are reasons! LEGO also has some great sets coming out this October, including new gifts with purchases you'll definitely want to get your hands on! Additionally, some of our past designer interviewees are now featured in the LEGO House Masterpiece gallery!SET REVIEW (affiliate link): 21341 The Sanderson Sisters' CottageBricktales MetaPlastic Bottles = LEGO bricksInsiders RewardsVan enters LEGO storeMagic MazeWinner of Global LEGO CompetitionLEGO Houses of the World 4Sennheiser md-441October shoppingDisney's 100th Celebration is backToys R UsSuper Mario Piranha plantPlay is your Superpower!Rivendell prototypeLofi Girl continued the partnershipLEGO House Masterpiece GalleryBrick 78 - Zachary Steinman (steinmanzachary) Designer InterviewBrick 79 - Kelly Bartlett (kellybartlett31) Designer InterviewIdeas Postcard winnerKevin Feige minifigorient and ornithopter delayedSupport the showHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a email@example.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2023 The LEGO Group.
The Retail Design Flex is an ongoing podcast feature focused specifically on store design, remodeling, and merchandising produced in partnership with NBDA Associate Member Fixture Lab.This week the crew talks about painting drop ceiling, picking font for your store, using logo in your store, pricing, slatwall hooks, and utilizing empty space in your displays.➡️Link to survey referenced in the episode: https://forms.gle/sS8AABa1BDnnvqoq6If you would like your questions answered on the flex, you can write to the NBDA & Fixture Lab team at any time with ANY questions about store design, merchandising, fixtures, remodeling, etc. Submit your questions and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.Fixture Lab has been in bike shop design and merchandising for years, and they know how hard it can be. They also know what works. They create hard-working solutions for bicycle dealers every day, and it has paid off big time for many shops around the country. If you have a small retail business (especially in cycling, running, fly fishing, or other outdoor sports) you need to know about Fixture Lab! They design cutting edge retail spaces that will make your competition green with envy. They also make a full line of retail store fixtures that present your product in amazing ways. More online at https://fixturelab.com.Support the show
Philip spends time with author, speaker and consultant Jessica Bantom. In their conversation, they explore Jessica's new book, Design for Identity: How to Design Authentically for a Diverse World. What does it mean to deeply consider identity when designing spaces? What opportunities are revealed when taking a collaborative approach to design and identity? _The Drop – The segment of the show where Philip and his guest share tasty morsels of intellectual goodness and creative musings. _ Philip's Drop: Hammer & Hope (https://hammerandhope.org/) Jessica's Drop: Loot (Apple TV) (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt14271498/) Special Guest: Jessica Bantom.
The Kiddie Debate vs Trump speaking with UAW members, Fauci secretly went to CIA,RSA to design new State House, John Rogers chargedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Kiddie Debate vs Trump speaking with UAW members, Fauci secretly went to CIA,RSA to design new State House, John Rogers chargedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Today we meet a seven figure Amazon seller who has built her dream business around her core mission. She wanted to have a business that employed special needs and physically challenged adults- giving them the dignity of work while building a profitable business serving happy customers... and she's done it with BRANDED BUNDLES (the same way we teach it in the ProvenBrandedBundles.com course!) Check this out - one of her best workers assembling her bundles is legally blind, but he is a top performer making invaluable contributions! I LOVE working with and learning from Business Building Warriors like today's guest Kim Shanahan! You're going to love this episode! This episode is sponsored by https://humnbird.com - They help sellers get established on Amazon.com (sell in the US from anywhere in the world) They specialize in everything from Intellectual Property, Trademarks, Patents, Corporation Setup to Branding, Design and Marketing. We recommend their affordable systems and solutions giving you everything you need for your wholesale and private label business even overseas! Watch our interview on this YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/Z_fE6QgP-DI Show note LINKS: SilentSalesMachine.com - text the word “free” to 507-800-0090 to get a free copy of Jim's latest book in audio about building multiple income streams online! If you live outside of the US or Canada please email email@example.com for a copy! ProvenBrandedBundles.com - Learn to set up ASIN's (listings on Amazon) that belong ONLY to you and contain recognized, popular brand names! This all new training for FALL of 2023 is finally being released to the public after helping many of our top coaching students achieve multips six figures in sales PER MONTH on their branded bundles! TheProvenConference.com/virtual2023 - Our Oct 4-6 virtual event for online sellers. FREE for provenamazoncourse.com and coaching students! See site for details! My Silent Team Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/mysilentteam 100% FREE! Join 72,000 + Facebook members from around the world who are using the internet creatively every day to launch and grow multiple income streams through our exciting PROVEN strategies! There's no support community like this one anywhere else in the world! JimCockrumCoaching.com - Get a free session with a business consultant on our team at 1-800-994-1792 / 1-801-693-1688 or TEXT US at 385-284-7701 (US & Canada only for Text) ALL of our coaches are running very successful businesses of their own based on the models we teach here! We've been setting the standard for excellence in e-commerce and Amazon seller coaching since 2002 with over 7,000 students served! Hundreds of our successful, happy students have been interviewed on our podcast! ProvenAmazonCourse.com - the comprehensive course that contains ALL our Amazon training modules, recorded events and a steady stream of latest cutting edge training including of course the most popular starting point, the REPLENS selling model. The PAC is updated free for life! https://giftsfulfilled.com - Kim's business website! Guest: Kim Shanahan
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Nuestra Palabra and the National Endowment for the Arts @neaarts celebrated will Latina Leaders with an amazing event, NP & NEA's The Big Read! The event was a huge success but if you missed it no worries, it is now available on our podcast! Some key moments: As part of our collaboration with the NEA, we gave away 400 copies of INFINITE COUNTRY (@AvidReaderPress) by Colombian American writer Patricia Engel (@patricia__engel) to attendees! The event opened with the powerful poetry of Elisa Garza who shared her previous work from Entre la Claridad and new unreleased poems for our audience. Geraldina Interiano Wise, Board Chair of ALMAAHH, spoke on the importance of having our space, nuestra lugar, and urged folks to fill out the survey for the Advocates of a Latino Museum of Cultural and Visual Arts & Archive (ALMAAHH) complex in Harris County. Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Briones shared her passion urging folks not to let others call us "dormidos y hay que levantar y dar pa adelante nuestra fuerza unida" and she presented Harris County's proclamation honoring Tony Diaz & Nuestra Palabra for it's 25 years of service and creating community cultural capital. Lis Atencio, co founder of Monday Paper, debuted the Nuestra Palabra Journal, 100 of which were given to empower our communidad to tell their stories, stories like Liz who immigrated from Venezuela and using her entrepreneurial spirit started her own company providing jobs for folks here and abroad all while in an eco friendly and sustainable manner. Mayra Valle, Director of Learning and Design at the EMERGE Fellowship, shared her personal story, her own writing, and her passion to help students find their voices, especially among Latine students who often find themselves lost in the process. The Honorable Delia Garcia shared her latest book LATINA LEADERSHIP LESSONS with the audience and shared experiences growing up and working where often she was not only the woman in the room but the only Latina. Listen to the podcast on your favorite platform!
Episode 193: Today on “The Building Code,” Zach and Charley are back together to chat with Melissa Hryszko, designer and co-owner of Veranda Homes in the Canadian city of Calgary. Melissa is an acclaimed designer, leading Veranda Homes alongside her husband, Rob. With over two decades of expertise, they've established themselves as trailblazers in Calgary's home building industry. Her commitment to precision and attention to detail brings uniqueness to each home and defines the Veranda brand. Listen to the full episode to hear more about how going above and beyond for clients to create a truly custom experience with timeless design leads to success for 20 years and beyond. Join “The Building Code” Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/thebuildingcodecrew/ Follow us on social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buildertrend/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/buildertrend/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/buildertrend LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/buildertrend/
Content Death means death Wrath brings death Reconciliation brings resurrection Support our ministry and gain access to hours of seminary videos: https://crosstocrown.org/partners/ Song credit: “Beautiful Day” by Gabe Goodin — https://open.spotify.com/artist/654rVNYWPK6wKQjdJyX3BO My books: Exalted: Putting Jesus in His Place — https://www.amazon.com/Exalted-Putting-Jesus-His-Place/dp/0985118709/ref=tmm_pap_title_0 God's Design for Marriage (Married Edition) — https://www.amazon.com/Gods-Design-Marriage-Married-Amazing/dp/0998786306/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1493422125&sr=1-4&keywords=god%27s+design+for+marriage God's Design for Marriage (Pre-married Edition) — https://www.amazon.com/Gods-Design-Marriage-What-Before/dp/0985118725/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top crosstocrown.org @DougGoodin @CrossToCrown
Help the show (and enter for a chance to win some swag) by leaving a review on: - APPLE PODCASTS - SPOTIFYTrain with Danny on His Training App HEREOUR PARTNERS:Legion Supplements (protein, creatine, + more!), Shop (DANNY) HERE!The best hydration and pre-workout on the planet! Get your LMNT Electrolytes HERE!Vivo Barefoot: Grab my favorite training and lifestyle shoe HERE! Use the code DANNY10 to save 10% Ice Barrel: The best cold water immersion and recovery solution on the market HERE! Use the CODE: Danny to save $125! SISU Sauna: The best build it yourself outdoor home sauna on the market. Save hundreds of dollars by clicking HERE! (CODE: DANNYMATRANGA)RESOURCES/COACHING: Train with Danny on His Training App HEREGrab your FREE GUIDES (8 guides and 4 programs) by clicking the link: https://mailchi.mp/coachdannymatranga.com/free-guide-giveaway Interested in Working With Coach Danny and His One-On-One Coaching Team? Click HERE!----SOCIAL LINKS:Follow Coach Danny on YOUTUBEFollow Coach Danny on INSTAGRAMFollow Coach Danny on TwitterFollow Coach Danny on FacebookGet More In-Depth Articles Written By Yours' Truly HERE! Sign up for the trainer mentorship HERESupport the show
As Head of Product and Sustainability Lead at Better for All, Raegan Kelly has spent years working with biopolymer engineers and manufacturing experts to create a unique, PHBH bioplastic cup that acts as an alternative to traditional, harmful single-use cups. Prior to Better for All, she worked with Warner Bros Records, LACMA, Otis College of Design, Disney's Epcot Center, and more as a sole proprietor. She has 30 years experience in key creative positions, both hands on and managerial – coordinating collaborators dispersed geographically, bringing a variety of skills and disciplines together to help achieve a business' core mission. At USC Annenberg, Kelly built Vectors, an online interactive journal that included the design, programming and implementation of interactive data-driven interfaces for scholars and scientists.
Justina Page is an international speaker and natural storyteller who speaks with a bold and refreshing honesty. She's the author of the award-winning book, The Circle of Fire which tells the story of how Justina's life was changed forever when fire swept through her home, the loss of her 22-month-old twin son, Amos, the severe lasting injuries of her other twin son, Benjamin, and her own devastating experience of third-degree burns covering 55 percent of her body. She's also the author of 20 other literary works. Justina now inspires audiences with a powerful message of hope and triumph. She's the Founder & Executive Director of The Amos House of Faith, a nonprofit organization, established to provide post-burn support to families affected by burn trauma. She's a voice over actor and children audio producer. She's also an actress in the award-winning faith-based movie We Are Stronger, the inspirational TV series Breaking Strongholds, and a few other upcoming films. She resides in Richmond, TX with her husband of 36 years Pastor James Page. She believes that with God, all things are possible!
In this episode I'm using Kittl templates, specifically one from a professional graphic designer & friend of the channel (Detour Shirts) We're creating designs in a niche that generates year-round sales & sees a bump in demand around Halloween
Episode 129: Architecture, And: Waterfront DesignHow do you transform interests into a specialized niche and trailblaze a non-linear path?On this episode of Practice Disrupted, we sit down with Dena Prastos AIA, a waterfront architect with a background in civil engineering and Founder and CEO of Indigo River, a women-owned transdisciplinary design firm focused on progressive waterfront architecture, resiliency, and climate adaptation. We learn about Dena's upbringing in Alaska and how access to nature influenced the trajectory of her professional path. She also shares how her unique education and experience in both engineering and architecture have informed the creation of her company.“My experience was a unique niche through the engineering lens. Wearing my architecture hat, I saw the opportunity to both be the generalist to gather all the specialists in the room, but also be the specialist that can speak the same language. I leaned into this opportunity to have this larger vision — my relationship with nature, and appreciating both the built fabric as well as what is natural and wild.” - Dena Prastos We also learn about civil engineering, both in relation to architecture and as an industry of its own, and Dena shares what architects should know about climate adaptation, resiliency, and the waterfront. To wrap up the episode, Dena shares advice for anyone in search of the impact they can make in the world while building a career within a specialized niche. This episode offers a unique perspective of the non-linear career path, and the power of approaching areas of growth as another relationship to strengthen. Tune in next week for a conversation with Olivia Asuncion, a Project Architect and advocate for individuals with disabilities.Guests:Dena Prastos, AIA, is the first "waterfront architect," trailblazing a new category in the industry. Indigo River is a women-owned transdisciplinary design firm focused on progressive waterfront architecture, resiliency, and climate adaptation. A leading authority in New York Harbor and beyond, the firm specializes in climate adaptation through waterfront solutions that seamlessly transcend boundaries — guiding and executing projects from ideation through final construction and operations. Indigo River is a certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) committed to helping society evolve together with our environment.
The AI Revolution is here. In this episode, you'll learn what the most important themes that some of the world's most prominent AI builders – from OpenAI, Anthropic, CharacterAI, Roblox, and more – are paying attention to. You'll hear discussion around the real-world impact of this revolution, on industries ranging from gaming to design, and the considerations around alignment along the way.This footage is from an exclusive event, AI Revolution, that a16z ran in San Francisco recently. If you'd like to access all the talks in full, visit a16z.com/airevolution. Topics Covered:00:00 - AI Revolution02:39 - Putting technology in users' hands08:21 - AI alignment and safety21:44 - Future opportunities Resources: Catch the all the talks at https://a16z.com/airevolution Stay Updated: Find a16z on Twitter: https://twitter.com/a16zFind a16z on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/a16zSubscribe on your favorite podcast app: https://a16z.simplecast.com/Follow our host: https://twitter.com/stephsmithioPlease note that the content here is for informational purposes only; should NOT be taken as legal, business, tax, or investment advice or be used to evaluate any investment or security; and is not directed at any investors or potential investors in any a16z fund. a16z and its affiliates may maintain investments in the companies discussed. For more details please see a16z.com/disclosures.
Does this sound familiar? You are stretched really thin, you have a lot on your plate, you are filling multiple roles—and your best team member leaves. It's the worst feeling ever to lose the person you've counted on, the one who always had your back, and the key person helping you get things done. It can leave you feeling hopeless, helpless, and confused, feeling overwhelmed about going through the hiring process again. If you've felt this scenario and know exactly what I mean, join me for this episode to learn strategies to deal with this situation. All hope is not lost! Profit by Design is a Tap the Potential Production Production. Show Highlights: How situations that seem like the worst can actually make a business stronger What to do at first when you lose a key team member: take some deep breaths, get outside for fresh air, and don't neglect your self-care Ask yourself, “What can I put off? What can I say ‘not yet' to?” How to look at the void left by that team member and consider breaking up their role into smaller pieces How to decide whether or not you need a FT or PT person to fill their role How to use this opportunity to step back and redefine the role (Our How to Hire the Best course can help!) How to hire with clearly defined results in mind and onboard a team member with clear expectations How to turn this setback into a springboard How to build redundancy into multiple roles to prevent dependency on any one team member Why you should reflect and ask, “Where was I vulnerable? Where was the business vulnerable? What systems and strategies can I put in place to reduce that vulnerability?” Links and Resources: Mentioned in this episode: The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday Give us 20 minutes of your time, take the Better Business Better Life Assessment, and receive a free paperback copy of my book, The 4 Week Vacation®️. Connect with Take the Better Business, Better Life Assessment: www.tapthepotential.com/assessment Our Better Business Better Life Jumpstart can help your profitability in every way. Sign up today for the next session that begins on Oct. 2! Join the Tap the Potential Community on Mighty Networks: www.tapthepotential.com/group Let us help you and your business! Book a call with us today! Let us help you manage your time, your most valuable resource! Get your FREE copy of the Tap the Potential Strategic Planner for 2023 at www.tapthepotential.com/planner. Download Dr. Sabrina's Introductory Training: How to Make Your Time Worth $10,000 an Hour
Discover the hidden potential of Instagram SEO! Join us for episode 436 of the Thrive by Design podcast as we dive into the world of SEO, shedding light on its transformative role in expanding your reach and growing your audience, particularly on Instagram. Explore the uncharted territory of Instagram SEO, where we unravel its significance in boosting visibility and discoverability through the platform's search bar. It's not just about Google anymore. Instagram SEO's ranking factors, including relevance, user activity, and search results, are paramount for engagement and growth. In this eye-opening episode you'll discover how to enhance your discoverability on Instagram, harness Instagram's advanced settings for SEO and tap into the art of crafting winning captions to captivate your audienc When you invest time in researching keywords and devising an SEO-focused content strategy, your audience, email list, and sales will skyrocket! Tune in to podcast episode 436 today to learn how to leverage the power of SEO and elevate your jewelry company's visibility on Instagram. Your journey to social media success starts now! Here are the resources mentioned in the show: Apply for Laying the Foundation Are you enjoying the podcast? We'd be so grateful if you gave us a rating and review! Your 5 star ratings help us reach more businesses like yours and allows us to continue to deliver valuable content every single week. Click here to review the show on Apple podcast or your favorite platform Select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” Share your favorite insights and inspirations If you haven't done so yet, make sure that you subscribe to the show wherever you listen to podcasts and on Apple Podcast for special bonus content you won't get elsewhere. xo, Tracy Matthews Follow on Instagram: Follow @Flourish_Thrive on Instagram Follow @TracyMatthewsNY Instagram Follow Flourish & Thrive Facebook Follow us on Tik Tok: Follow @Flourish_Thrive Tik Tok Follow @TracyMatthewsNY on Tik Tok
When your schedule is full, it's hard to make time for your spouse. John Fuller talks with Erin Smalley about ways each of them has struggled with overcrowding their schedules in their marriages. Then, Jim Daly and Gary Thomas discuss why busyness isn't good for your relationship. They'll also share about how to hear from God, when making decisions in your marriage. Find us online at focusonthefamily.com/marriagepodcast or call 1-800-A-FAMILY Receive the book Making Your Marriage a Fortress for your donation of any amount! For couples in crisis – you can still put the pieces of your marriage back together with Hope Restored. God's Design for Marriage Contact our Counseling Department Listen Anytime If you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback.
Lorraine Chambers: How To Design Your Coaching Plan, And Progress Towards Successful Scrum Mastery Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. In this episode, we explore what success means for Scrum Masters and Lorraine's perspective. Lorraine suggests that success starts when both the team and customers are genuinely content and motivated. Key indicators include the team independently addressing anti-patterns, initiating discussions about their work, and requiring less assistance with basic tasks. Lorraine emphasizes the importance of a defined coaching plan (see the Agile Coaching Growth Wheel) and personal accountability. Conducting quarterly team health surveys provides concrete feedback for self-improvement, enabling Lorraine to track progress and address areas for growth effectively. Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: From Lean Coffee To The Simple DAKI Framework, Retrospectives For All Teams When it comes to retrospective formats, for mature teams, Lorraine favors the Lean Coffee approach, providing an informal setting where participants shape the agenda in real-time. This allows for open discussions on chosen topics within time constraints. Lorraine highlights how Lean Coffee often uncovers diverse team concerns. For less mature teams, she leans towards the Drop/Add/Keep/Improve framework (DAKI retrospective), emphasizing continuous improvement. She suggests that we use the "Improve" to inspire improvements that we keep an eye on during the Sprint. With remote teams, she utilizes MURAL's private mode for collaborative sticky-note sessions. [IMAGE HERE] Retrospectives, planning sessions, vision workshops, we are continuously helping teams learn about how to collaborate in practice! In this Actionable Agile Tools book, Jeff Campbell shares some of the tools he's learned over a decade of coaching Agile Teams. The pragmatic coaching book you need, right now! Buy Actionable Agile Tools on Amazon, or directly from the author, and supercharge your facilitation toolbox! About Lorraine Chambers Lorraine's vision of excellence is summed up in the words of philosopher, Lao Tzu -- “A leader is best when people barely know he exists ... " She's held several roles in the Fintech industry, including Product Owner and Quality Assurance. She's a native New Yorker that loves travel, music and museums. You can link with Lorraine Chambers on LinkedIn and connect with Lorraine Chambers on Instagram.
How do we make 'resilience' more than just another buzzword and resilience training not just a box to tick for the HR department? Dr Sarah Guess is a specialist in Small Animal Internal Medicine and an Associate Professor at Washington State University where she teaches internal medicine. Outside of her clinical work her interests and research are in educational psychology, resilience and wellbeing, and elements of clinical supervision and resident training. Sarah has presented her research on resilience at the national level and is known for her mixed-methods approach to research, and she was the recipient of the 2021 Zoetis Distinguished Teacher Award and the 2020 Wescott Award for clinical teaching. In this episode she shares what she is learning and teaching around fostering resilience in a way that does not just rely on shifting the responsibility onto the individual to 'be more resilient', but rather focuses on the context that our resilience will challenged in. We talk collaborative relationships, workplace culture, model behaviour and we detour into the things that can improve personal resilience. This one is essential listening in particular for anyone who is in a leadership, support, mentoring or teaching role. Topic list: 12:08 Importance of non-punitive error culture. 16:25 Mistakes are expected and respected. 23:49 Resilience in education psychology. 26:33 Focus on faculty well-being first. 33:01 Importance of collaborative mentorship. 39:39 Resilience - it's trained, learned and necessary. 49:59 Embrace growth from negative experiences. 53:20 Exercise is an incredible tool. 56:10 Personal resources that foster resilience. 70:48 Keep showing up, even when it's hard. Join our community of Vet Vault Nerds to lift your clinical game and get your groove back with our up to date easy-to-consume clinical episodes at vvn.supercast.com, visit thevetvault.com for the show notes and resources for this episode, and connect with us through our online Vet Vault Network. for episode highlights, discussions, questions and support. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here. Get up and running (or working!) with a 10% discount for Tarkine shoes, the official shoe of the Vet Vault. (discount automatically applied at checkout using this link). The Drive Podcast with Peter Attia. Funny Cuz It's True Podcast with Elise Myers. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vet-vault/message
On this episode, I was joined by Sara Waxberg MacNew, Chief Scientific Officer at Design Sciences. On this episode Sara and I discuss: New FDA Guidance: Critical Task Definition for Combination Products Pre-Clinical HF Studies in readiness for IND Submission URRA Human Factors Validation vs. Design Validation Sara Waxberg McNew is the Chief Scientific Officer at Design Science, a human factors firm that specializes in healthcare. Sara has held roles previously in user centered design leadership at Eli Lilly, Philips Healthcare, and Baxter Healthcare. She is an active member of AAMI where she has contributed to the development and revision of human factors technical information reports and international standards. Learn more about Design Science's impact on Healthcare Technology by following @designscience on all social media platforms.
This week, to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, The Garcia Twins take their show on the road to bring you backstage at the Estilo-X, the first 1 Latinx Fashion show in Napa Valley! This episode brings so many passions together for Nikki & Brie: Their LatinX heritage, the support for their community, their entrepreneurial spirit, their love of fashion, and sharing their platform with women who inspire them! They're joined by fashion designers Jessica Silva and Janet Medina, event organizer Stefany Hernandez, and her Estilo-X co-founder Rosario Ochoa. Nikki & Brie spend time with the women backstage to learn about how they all got involved in the project, what drew them to fashion, taking pride in their Latin roots, why representation matters, breaking down barriers for future generations, how Rosario manifested Nikki & Brie's involvement in the event, and how they're all supporting one another to chase their dreams. Janet Medina/JanetMedinaNYCJessica Silva/Silva CollectionStefany Hernandez/Estilo-X co-founderRosario Ochoa//Latinx Wardrobe Stylist & Fashion Designer
In this episode, we have Anthony Cofrancesco is the Director of Business Development at Data Dive, the previous owner of Virtuous Graphics, a marketing agency offering copywriting, graphic design, photography, and videography to Amazon sellers to help us in this discussion as he shares insights on how to develop a pro mindset for crafting the perfect product research approach. Anthony begins by emphasizing the importance of curiosity and open-mindedness when conducting product research. He suggests that researchers should adopt a beginner's mindset, constantly questioning assumptions and being willing to explore new avenues. He believes that this approach allows more comprehensive and innovative insights. He then went on discussing the step-by-step process you wouldn't want to miss. Keywords are the number one component in this process. Listen to the detailed procedure and all the valuable insights Anthony shared. In This Episode: [00:30] Introducing Anthony Cofrancesco [01:35] Mindset you will need to do product research. 03:50] First step you should do. [04:00] Criteria for the research [07:00[ Search for products in the same niche. [08:20] Product validation [10:30] Pricing. [16:30] Getting rid of keywords. [28:20] Advice to people going for high-risk niche. [29:20] product scorecard. [39:00] Design differentiation. [52:50] Budget Guest Links and References: website: https://datadive.tools/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/anthonycofran/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/antcofranc/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCH0A7CeY0o76KiRa0VDy4A Book References: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki 4-Hr Work Week by Timothy Ferris Family First Entrepreneur by Steve Chou Links and References: Wizards of Amazon: https://www.wizardsofecom.com/ Wizards of Amazon Courses: https://wizardsofamazon.mykajabi.com/a/27566/x6Kwkz6p Wizards of Amazon Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/South-Florida-FBA/ Wizards of Amazon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WizardsofAmazon/ Wizards of Amazon on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wizardsofecom/
The episode emphasizes how understanding our innate human drives and dispositions is critical, as awareness allows us to work with them constructively. In particular, humans have a "tribe drive" - an instinct to cooperate and identify with groups, even strangers. Figuring out the signals that activate this drive is an important mission. David Samson talks about the concept of tribalism and the role it plays in human behavior. He discusses the idea of evolutionary mismatch, where humans are evolved for a different environment than the one they currently live in. This episode explains that tribes are intersubjective belief networks that signal coalitionary alliances to bootstrap trust among strangers. Moreover, it explores the power of tribal signals, such as symbols, language, music, and ideology, in creating a sense of belonging and identity. Additionally, the episode emphasizes the importance of being conscious of our identity stack and the proportion of abstract tribes (e.g., political tribes) versus face-to-face community tribes in order to navigate the challenges of tribalism in the modern world.David R. SamsonDavid R. Samson, Ph.D., is reshaping our understanding of human evolution. As an associate professor of Biological Anthropology at the University of Toronto, he investigates the major behavioral and physiological transitions that shaped our species. Bridging diverse fields from primatology to sleep science, his interdisciplinary research has been featured internationally by the BBC, Time, The New York Times, The Smithsonian, CBC, NPR, and National Geographic.Samson is the author of the groundbreaking book "Our Tribal Future: How to Channel Our Foundational Human Instincts into a Force for Good." He provides profound insights into how our primal tribal wiring can be harnessed as a force for unity, not division.Beyond academia, Samson pursues medieval martial arts as a distinguished member of the Society for Creative Anachronism. This gives him first-hand experience in channeling our innate tribal instincts.With his evolutionary expertise and diverse passions, Samson is illuminating new paths to overcome division and channel our tribal nature for the greater good.Key Takeaways:The concept of evolutionary mismatch is introduced, highlighting how humans are adapted for a different environment than the one we currently live in.The power of tribal signals in building trust among strangers is explored, with examples such as secret Masonic signals and sports jerseys.The importance of face-to-face interactions and belonging to smaller, local communities is emphasized as a way to combat the negative effects of tribalism.The Roseto mystery is discussed, where a small town in Pennsylvania had significantly lower rates of heart disease and other diseases of affluence due to their strong social network.The idea of an "identity stack" is introduced, encouraging individuals to be conscious of the proportion of abstract tribes (such as political affiliations) versus face-to-face community tribes they identify with.The concept of coalitions and symbolic connections is explored, including religion, sports, and brands as examples of tribal signals.Key Topics of this Podcast:00:04:27 - Evolutionary anthropology shapes personal perspectives.00:09:09 - Understanding our tribal past and present.00:17:26 - Evolutionary mismatch causes societal challenges.00:21:29 - Tribal signals build trust and identity.00:26:20 - Flexibility in identity and belonging.00:31:06 - Identity is shaped by tribes.00:34:43 - Importance of face-to-face interaction.00:40:07 - The power of intentional community.00:44:51 - Social connection is essential.00:50:09 - Importance of strong social connections.00:55:44 - Building community improves well-being.01:02:37 - Building a community is powerful.01:03:25 - Community is essential for well-being.Connect with David Samson:Twitter: https://twitter.com/Primalprimate?s=20 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/primalprimatologist/?hl=en Website: https://davidrsamson.com/ Connect with This Anthro Life:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thisanthrolife/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thisanthrolife LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/this-anthro-life-podcast/ This Anthro Life website: https://www.thisanthrolife.org/ Substack blog: https://thisanthrolife.substack.comThis 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/5168968/advertisement
Listen in as Victoria catches up with her long time friend, Courtney Garrett, a dynamic entrepreneur with an inspiring journey of building two successful businesses. In this engaging chat, Victoria and Courtney take a behind-the-scenes look at Courtney's most recent venture, Peasprout - an online children's boutique. They navigate through the realities of running an online boutique, especially in a post-COVID world, with Courtney generously sharing her lessons, mistakes, and victories. As a loyal customer herself, Victoria can vouch for the quality and service that Peasprout delivers.The conversation also takes a look back to their humble beginnings and how they met in a mastermind group. They reminisce about the invaluable role it played as a catalyst for both of their respective businesses and the significance of having industry experts to freely share advice and guidance. Courtney opens up about her transition from a corporate job to a full-time photographer, leading to the creation of a six-figure photography business within two years.Finally, they dive into the intricacies of launching and scaling an online business. From discussing the crucial stages of researching manufacturers and vendors to obtaining necessary licenses and formulating marketing strategies, they leave no stone unturned. They touch upon the challenges of juggling motherhood and entrepreneurship and how community and expert advice have been key in navigating these challenges. So tune in and join them on this entrepreneurial journey packed with real-life experiences, challenges, successes, and lessons.Links mentioned in today's episode:Join The Branding Business School WaitlistVisit Peasprout's websiteFollow Courtney and Peasprout on InstagramFor show notes, head to www.thebrandingbusinessschool.com/thepodcast/ Show notes for episodes 1-91 can be found at www.brandwelldesigns.com/thepodcast/ Follow BrandWell on Instagram. Follow The Branding Business School on Instagram. Save 50% off your first year of Honeybook using this link! Save 50% off your first year of Flodesk using this link!
“God setteth the solitary in families.” Psalms 68:6HOMEPAGE: https://safeguardyoursoul.comMAKE PEACE WITH GOD NOW: https://safeguardyoursoul.com/peace-with-god/SUPPORT: https://safeguardyoursoul.com/support/STORE: https://store.safeguardyoursoul.com/ABOUT: https://safeguardyoursoul.com/about/email Todd: email@example.comBackground Music by: Thad Fiscella https://www.thadfiscella.com/
Jen Dallas is the founder of Jen Dallas, Inc. Jen melds sophistication and history in creating the design of each house project. Well versed in many periods and styles, she has a true appreciation for the old meets the new. She strives to add character throughout her well-chosen design details. In addition to site visits and client meetings, her studio has its own line of textiles and matching ceramic tiles. She also recently launched her own collection of lighting and is working on her own line of rugs and furniture debuting in 2024. Learn more about Jen. Learn more about The Passionistas Project. Read the show notes.
If you are a fan of great-looking t-shirts, especially those with a race car, then today's episode of Success Stories will be built just for you. Today on the show, we welcome Bruce Kittle, an industry vet since 1983. He's been designing for national sports teams, the music industry, labor unions, national parks, and the auto racing industry.Bruce is currently the owner and director of ScreenArt Studios, a graphic design studio that caters to the screen print and apparel industry by providing design, remote art department options, and remote production consulting.So, get out your sketchpad and get ready to take some notes, or maybe a doodle or two as we welcome Bruce Kittle to the Success Stories podcast.
The very funny Meredith Hackman pauses her charitable work helping ghosts to modernise, so she can join Tiernan to answer DaTacoBen's important question about dinosaur farts. JOIN THE ADVERT FREE LINDA EDITION OF THE SHOW ON APPLE PODCASTSOR ON ACAST+ HERE: https://plus.acast.com/s/33249a2e-3f02-4f3c-923e-bc17b8dcac87OR ON OUR PATREON HERE: patreon.com/ComedyClub4KidsBUY OUR RADIO NONSENSE T-SHIRTS HERE: https://comedyclub4kids.store/ (Please make sure you get a grown up to do this for you)WE NEED YOUR QUESTIONS, JOKES AND NONSENSE TOO. SEND THEM IN TO: firstname.lastname@example.orgGROWN UPS: IF YOU CAN BUY US A COFFEE PLEASE DO SO HERE: https://ko-fi.com/comedyclub4kidsWebsite: www.comedyclub4kids.co.ukTwitter: @ComedyClub4KidsFacebook: facebook.com/ComedyClub4KidsHosted by Tiernan Douieb. Music by Paddy Gervers. Design by John Beck. If you enjoy Radio Nonsense and would like to support it, while also avoiding all the adverts that are never relevant for kids anyway, why not join the Radio Nonsense: Linda Edition tier for a small fee per month? You can sign up right here: https://plus.acast.com/s/comedyclub4kids. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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On today show we're taking a look at how insurance is affecting choices in design. Why are some insurers are exiting geographic areas entirely. What does this mean for owners of real estate in those locations? Insurance is both optional and essential depending on your circumstances. If you were ultra wealthy, then you can self in sure. However, For the rest of us and for anyone who borrows funds from a bank insurance is not optional. So what happens if you reside in California and your insurer decides to exclude California from its product offerings? What do you do if you reside in Florida and now your insurance company has removed Florida from its list of offerings? Does that mean the risk of living in Florida is simply too high? Should everybody just leave? Why don't we empty out the state of California. The risk of wildfires is simply too high for people to live there, not to mention the risk of earthquakes. There is considerable precedent for governments to step in and provide insurance solutions. When private businesses decide that insurance is no longer profitable. There are simply some risks for which there is no insurance at all. For example, you will not find an insurance policy that will cover you for the risk of a landslide anywhere in the United States, that is simply not an insurable risk. If you happen to live in California, and other parts of the country that have experienced landslides. There are very few insurance companies offering flood insurance. When you buy flood insurance in the US, this policy is typically underwritten by the Federal Government and administered through your insurance broker. Would you spend extra in construction if you knew it would reduce your insurance cost? ---------------- Host: Victor Menasce email: email@example.com
On this episode of Dynamo Faithful, the lads recap the matches with Van and SKC, discuss some club news, preview the Open Cup Final match vs M(ess)ami and the Texas Derby vs FC Dallas, then wrap up by discussing their favorite cups. Be sure to follow us on Instagram and Twitter @Dynamo_Faithful and let us know what you think! We appreciate any feedback on how to improve the pod going forward, and please consider rating and reviewing us on your favorite podcast platform! Appearing on this episode are Chris Sinski, Manny Farciert, and Kyle McGuire. Produced & Edited by Ian Gregory-Graff Social Media & Design by Zacj Bellot Dynabot is James Franklin Dynabot predictions powered by fivethirtyeight.com Club Soccer Predictions Music from Pixabay, Intro/Outro Song: Indie Folk (King Around Here) by Alex Grohl
Welcome, and thanks for checking in today to No Vacancy The Podcast! On this week's episode: Interview with CEO of Showplace, Justin Miller, on things you can do to elevate your listing Butt sex or Baltic Sea? Schedule a call with Showplace here Book a free call with STR Insights here Connect: Show Notes | Start Your Airbnb Instagram Podcast Producer: Kelsey Tran | firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Business owners across the globe are constantly searching for innovative ways to differentiate themselves from the crowd and make their mark. The secret to standing out lies in mastering the art of marketing that captures attention, engages audiences, and drives success. In this episode of Influence by Design, Tim and Samantha share unique marketing campaigns that have grabbed their attention, so you can start to think outside the box. We encounter thousands of marketing messages daily, so the challenge is crafting one that truly connects with the audience. Doing the unexpected, making your audience feel extraordinary, and recognizing the power of people to effectively market you are key to your marketing success. If you're a business owner tired of your marketing blending into the noise, this episode is for you. Join Samantha and Tim as they reveal stand-out marketing that transforms strangers into delighted advocates of your brand. For full show notes and links - https://samanthariley.global/podcast/527
If you're feeling frustrated and disheartened by the lack of progress in promoting human dignity and human rights, despite your efforts to bring about change through petitions, protests, and advocacy, then you are not alone! Instead of witnessing a tangible shift towards a more inclusive and just society, you may be encountering apathy, resistance, and even backlash, which can leave you questioning the effectiveness of your actions and the possibility of true transformation.My special guest is Carmen ImesA respected voice in theological discussions and publications, Carmen Imes's scholarship illuminates human dignity's divine origins. A distinguished associate professor of Old Testament at Biola University, her insights stem from comprehensive study and immersive experiences. Dr. Imes's works include the influential trilogy, with the latest installment titled Being God's Image: Why Creation Still Matters. Beyond academia, Carmen shares her perspectives with a broader public, through platforms such as Christianity Today and the Politics of Theology blog. Life experiences in the Philippines and a strong commitment to enhancing human flourishing reveal her genuine passion for the subject.Visit her website and read her blog at carmenjoyimes.blogspot.com.Follow her on Twitter: @carmenjoyimes.Diversity is not a bug, but a feature of creation, and God's intention is for us to live together in collaborative community with one another. - Carmen ImesIn this episode, you will be able to:Embrace a transformative journey of faithfulness in an evolving world.Unravel a well-rounded view of career and vocation in harmony with spiritual convictions.Investigate the power of adaptability in piloting life's changes without sacrificing integrity.Understand the essentiality of community in manifesting one's faith in real-life situations.Look into how to impact the world positively by demonstrating the values of the kingdom of God.Refreshing exploration of faithfulnessCarmen Imes shines a light on the importance of exploring faith in a holistic manner. Tied to the overarching theme of human dignity and rights, her exploration of faithfulness permeates all aspects of life -- from academia to our daily interactions. By immersing ourselves in a diverse range of perspectives, we gain a more expansive understanding of faith, transforming both our own life experiences and our impact on society.The resources mentioned in this episode are:Visit the Biola University website to learn more about Dr. Carmen Imes and her work in Old Testament studies.Purchase Dr. Imes' book, Being God's Image: Why Creation Still Matters, to gain a deeper understanding of the concept of imago day and its implications for human identity and purpose.Explore Dr. Imes' previous book, Bearing God's Name, which delves into the significance of the name of God and its implications for our lives.Stay tuned for Dr. Imes' forthcoming book, which will further explore the topic of human dignity and its importance.Check out Dr. Imes' writing on Christianity Today, The Well, and Politics of Theology blog to engage with her thoughts and perspectives on various topics.Reflect on your own understanding of human dignity and how you can better recognize and affirm the inherent worth of every person you encounter.Educate yourself on the history of Christianity and the ways in which Christians have sometimes failed to live out the values of dignity and respect for all.Engage in conversations with people from different religious, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds to foster understanding and empathy.Challenge any biasesOur identity is not something that we self-construct or that we're responsible for coming up with ourselves or creating ourselves, but that it's given to us by God and that every human being is inherently valuable and has inherent dignity. - Carmen ImesThe key moments in this episode are:00:00:02 - Introduction,00:03:22 - Understanding Imago Dei,00:06:35 - Christians and Mistreatment of Others,00:10:00 - Acknowledging Mistreatment by Christians,00:11:41 - Learning from Cross-Cultural Experiences,00:16:44 - Celebrating Diversity and Different Perspectives,00:18:03 - Lack of Representation in Theological Education,00:20:48 - Addressing Human Rights Abuses in the US,00:25:19 - The Value of Minority Perspectives,00:28:49 - Embracing Equality and God's Design,00:31:41 - The Original Vision for Creation,00:32:38 - Loving Ourselves and Others,00:33:41 - Microaggressions and Difficult Conversations,00:34:14 - Benevolent Stewardship,00:38:53 - The Restorative Power of Rest,00:46:39 - Conclusion,This is why we need to listen to diverse voices because they are noticing and having the courage to speak out about things that the majority culture is either not seeing or it would cost them too much to say. - Carmen ImesTimestamped summary of this episode:00:00:02 - Introduction,Lori Adams Brown introduces the podcast and introduces Dr. Carmen Imes as the guest for the episode. They will be discussing Dr. Imes's book, "Being God's Image: Why Creation Still Matters" and the concept of imago Dei.00:03:22 - Understanding Imago Dei,Dr. Imes explains the concept of imago Dei, which means "image of God." She emphasizes that every human being, regardless of religion, gender, or race, is created by God with inherent dignity and worth.00:06:35 - Christians and Mistreatment of Others,Dr. Imes acknowledges the historical and current mistreatment of others by Christians. She apologizes for the harm caused and encourages Christians to rethink their engagement with the world, seeing others as fellow images of God.00:10:00 - Acknowledging Mistreatment by Christians,Dr. Imes apologizes to anyone who has personally been hurt by Christians or the Church. She affirms that mistreatment does not align with God's heart and emphasizes the importance of recognizing the inherent dignity and worth of all human beings.00:11:41 - Learning from Cross-Cultural Experiences,Dr. Imes shares her experiences living in the Philippines and interacting with people from different cultures. She discusses how these experiences have opened her eyes to a wider world and the need to read more globally to understand and engage with others better.00:16:44 - Celebrating Diversity and Different Perspectives,The podcast is about celebrating the different gifts and strengths we all have and learning from each other. The guest shares her experience of growing up in Latin America and learning about liberation theology. She also mentions the importance of diverse voices in academia and reading books by authors from different backgrounds.00:18:03 - Lack of Representation in Theological Education,The guest reflects on her experience in seminary and the lack of representation of women and non-white scholars in the textbooks and reading lists. She emphasizes the importance of diversifying the voices we listen to and the need to include perspectives from women and people of color in theological education.00:20:48 - Addressing Human Rights Abuses in the US,The conversation shifts to the issue of human rights abuses in the US, particularly within white evangelical circles. The guest points out the tendency to focus on abuses in other countries while ignoring the problems within their own communities. She encourages white evangelicals to listen to diverse voices and recognize the issues present in their own context.00:25:19 - The Value of Minority Perspectives,The guest shares a story from the book of Jeremiah that highlights the value of minority perspectives in recognizing and addressing human rights violations. She emphasizes the importance of listening to diverse voices and the unique insights they bring to the conversation.00:28:49 - Embracing Equality and God's Design,The conversation concludes with a discussion on gender equality in the church. The guest encourages readers to reflect00:31:41 - The Original Vision for Creation,Carmen Imes emphasizes the importance of going back to Genesis 1 and 2 to understand God's original design for humanity. She encourages listeners to work towards God's ideal of human flourishing rather than perpetuating the fallen world of Genesis 3.00:32:38 - Loving Ourselves and Others,Imes highlights the importance of loving ourselves as women and rejecting the idea that we are secondary or lesser than men. She also emphasizes Jesus' message of loving our neighbor as ourselves, which includes embracing our own worth.00:33:41 - Microaggressions and Difficult Conversations,Imes acknowledges the challenges women face when discussing gender equality and the resistance they often encounter. She expresses gratitude for those who persist in having these conversations in difficult spaces.00:34:14 - Benevolent Stewardship,Imes discusses the concept of ruling as a form of benevolent stewardship. She highlights the importance of creating space for others to flourish and the responsibility to share resources for the well-being of both humans and animals.00:38:53 - The Restorative Power of Rest,Imes emphasizes the significance of rest and the Sabbath as a counter-cultural practice in a society that values constant productivity. She highlights the need to recognize our limitations and the importance of resting for our own well-being and the well-being of others.00:46:39 - Conclusion,The conversation comes to an end as the guest says goodbye.Refreshing exploration of faithfulnessCarmen Imes shines a light on the importance of exploring faith in a holistic manner. Tied to the overarching theme of human dignity and rights, her exploration of faithfulness permeates all aspects of life -- from academia to our daily interactions. 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Description: Join us in this riveting episode as we dive deep into the world of design with Calin Balea, the founder of Contrast Studio. Hailing from the scenic town of Romania, Calin's journey is nothing short of inspiring. From his early days sketching and performing sleight of hand, to his unexpected foray into finance, and his eventual return to the world of design, Calin's story is a testament to the power of passion and perseverance. In this episode, we'll explore: The blurred lines between art and design in post-communist Romania. How a chance encounter with a deaf caricature artist changed the trajectory of Calin's career. The common design pitfalls entrepreneurs often fall into and how to avoid them. The pivotal role of brand identity for startups and why it can make or break your business. Practical tips and insights on designing user-friendly digital products and interfaces. The nuances of product-market fit and how startups can effectively measure it. Characteristics of successful founding teams and strategies to enhance team dynamics. Navigating the challenges of feature prioritization and avoiding the dreaded scope creep. And, a deep dive into user research, especially for startup founders with no design background. Whether you're an entrepreneur looking to elevate your product, a design enthusiast, or just someone curious about the intersection of art, business, and technology, this episode promises a wealth of knowledge. Visit Contrast Studio at https://contrast.studio to connect with Calin. Disclaimer: Not advice. Educational purposes only. Not an endorsement for or against. Results not vetted. Views of the guests do not represent those of the host or show. Do your due diligence. Click here to join PodMatch (the "AirBNB" of Podcasting): https://www.joinpodmatch.com/drchrisloomdphd We couldn't do it without the support of our listeners. To help support the show: CashApp- https://cash.app/$drchrisloomdphd Venmo- https://account.venmo.com/u/Chris-Loo-4 Buy Me a Coffee- https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chrisJx Thank you to our sponsor, CityVest: https://bit.ly/37AOgkp Click here to schedule a 1-on-1 private coaching call: https://www.drchrisloomdphd.com/book-online Click here to purchase my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaQn4p Follow our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/chL1357 Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/drchrisloomdphd Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thereal_drchrisloo Follow us on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drchrisloomddphd Follow the podcast on Spotify: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christopher-loo Thank you to our advertisers on Spotify. Financial Freedom for Physicians, Copyright 2023
[0:58] Will AI replace designers?[4:13] Human vs. AI creativity[8:38] Applying AI to design[11:35] Startups vs. incumbentsThis conversation is part of our AI Revolution series, recorded August 2023 at a live event in San Francisco. The series features some of the most impactful builders in the field of AI discussing and debating where we are, where we're going, and the big open questions in AI. Find more content from our AI Revolution series on www.a16z.com/AIRevolution.
Kristin is the founder and spiritual director of Flowering Heart Center (FHC), a not-for-profit in Oak Brook, Illinois. After twenty years in a successful management career at Ameritech, Kristin left to pursue transformational work with Shematrix, involving Rites of Initiation into the Divine Feminine. While facilitating this work and receiving extensive training in India for twenty years, she founded FHC to support community healing and transformation into higher states of consciousness. She is also the bestselling author of Authentic Leadership: The Guide to be a Spiritual Leader in Your Community; and My Family Needs My Spiritual Leadership Now: The Guide to Being Your Family's Spiritual Support. She draws on her extensive experience in various modalities including as a facilitator for The Work of Byron Katie, an Avatar master – training in managing consciousness and creating preferred realities, a licensed practitioner by Sonia Choquette – developing intuition, trainer for Oneness – offering various processes for awakening. When she found Human Design, she realized immediately the benefits for her clients and teams and started incorporating it into her work. As a Human Design consultant and facilitator, Kristin brings a unique perspective, supporting her clients to dive deeply into their design and to appreciate their unique wiring and how it will lead them toward their goals. Her clients feel empowered and gain a deeper understanding and reverence for their true selves. Tune in to hear this Chicago-based author, consultant and facilitator share her story of how she found Human Design and crossed paths with Katie, a Chicago girl still at heart. Check out Kristin's Book, Lead By Design Kristin provides a framework in which you can effectively lead your life by aligning with your Human Design, understanding the World Design, and then moving toward your goals while inspiring others to do the same. You'll learn the best way for you to make decisions, and how to communicate with others in a way which they can hear and respond to you. Find out what you need to know to align with your natural leadership style and to be a more impactful leader.
When COVID hit, Lola Taverna in New York's SoHo neighborhood had only been open for a few months. The world had stopped, and Cobi Levy and Will Makris, the duo behind Prince Street Hospitality, had to pivot. They turned Lola Taverna into a communal gathering spot, offering takeout food with chairs to rent (the money went to first responders). Utilizing the park next door, they served up to 250 people a day. It helped them survive those uncertain pandemic days, and when restaurants were finally able to reopen, Lola Taverna was on everyone's mind, with a waitlist on the weekends that numbered up to 4,000. Today, their portfolio includes seven restaurants in New York and Miami, with Alba on the boards in Los Angeles, the pair's first foray to the West Coast.
I hope you have been enjoying our 10-year retrospective as I have. It has been so fun to reconnect with one of our guests dating back to the Slow Flowers Podcast's first episode in 2013, and pick up where I left off with one of our amazing Slow Flowers Members who appeared as a guest […] The post Episode 629: Celebrating our 10th Anniversary! From the Slow Flowers Podcast Archives – an Encore of Episode 445 with Mara Tyler of Pennsylvania's The Farm at Oxford appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing.
We tend to design courses for ourselves because we are the audience we know best. In this episode Jenae Cohn joins us to explore how user-experience design principles can help us create effective and engaging learning experiences for the students we have right now. Jenae is the Executive Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of California at Berkeley. She is the author of Skim, Dive, and Surface: Teaching Digital Reading. Her newest book, co-authored with Michael Greer, is Design for Learning: User Experience in Online Teaching and Learning. A transcript of this episode and show notes may be found at http://teaforteaching.com.
Nobody is born a leader. Yet we seem to believe that there is a set of skills that will turn us into leadership perfection. Aga doesn't believe that one bit. This is why she wrote the book "Leadership by Design". It is a 12-week course in designing your personal leadership practice. In this bonus episode, łukasz asks Aga about the reasons for writing such a book in the first place and about the change a book like this can inflict on the life of a leader.LINKS"Leadership by Design" on Amazon"Leadership by Design" at BIS Publishers"The Artist Way" by Julia CameronThe book illustrator Weronika Marianna's websiteA conversation with Phillip Collins on CTNW