Nate Guggia is the co-founder of Before You Apply, a content platform and creative studio that specializes in helping companies give candidates an insider's look into their teams and culture. Recruiters who utilize the platform are experiencing up to 3X in responses from outreach to prospective candidates.Detailed show notes to follow tomorrow.
Here's a set dedicated to the proposition that when you leave it to jazz musicians, cultural differences bring people together, not apart, as you'll be able to appreciate with projects that mix the cultural traditions, or the music-making understandings, to generate a certain "folklore without borders". The playlist features Louis Matute; Tony Mora; Diego Rivera; Manel Fortia [pictured]; Hans Lüdemann TransEuropeExpress Ensemble, Majid Bekkas; Marco Cappelli; Charming Hostess; Jon Balke Siwan; and José Lencastre. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/15949821/Mondo-Jazz (from "Renaissance" onwards). Happy listening!
J Mintzmyer, a renowned maritime shipping analyst who directs the Value Investor's Edge ("VIE") research platform on Seeking Alpha, returns to The Business Brew to give an update on the state of the shipping industry (and the associated stocks). This episode is meant to be listened to in conjunction with Craig Fuller's episode in order to provide the listener with a more robust understanding of what is happening in supply chains. In this episode J discusses many shipping specific ideas. If you are interested in J's analysis consider subscribing to his work at Value Investor's Edge on Seeking Alpha. You can find a presentation J recently did at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=be5-IDIpTJw During the conversation the following paper is mentioned: https://www.nber.org/system/files/working_papers/w13428/w13428.pdf This episode is brought to you by Bastiat Partners, a boutique investment banking firm. See https://bastiatpartners.com/. Detailed show notes below. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player. Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see www.mikeando.com. Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player! This episode is brought to you by Bastiat Partners, a boutique investment banking firm. See https://bastiatpartners.com/. Detailed show notes below. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player. Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see www.mikeando.com. Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player! Detailed Show Notes: 3:30 - The setup for shipping 7:15 - Oil tanker overview 18:10 - Is this a uniquely good time for shipping? 19:30 - How J is thinking about a recession and the risk to shipping 25:30 - How J manages risk. 27:30 - ZIM discussion 34:30 - DAC and GSK - the leasing cos 38:00 - ZIM IPO'd at $15 and paid out more than that in dividends within a year. 41:30 - How congestion impacts shipping 46:30 - Supply side is doing the heavy lifting in shipping 53:30 - General inflation/closing discussion
Buildings are one of the largest sources of energy consumption as they account for 40% of the EU's final energy consumption and 36% of its greenhouse gas emissions. Boosting their energy performance and moving to low-carbon forms of energy is crucial as it would reduce emissions, tackle energy poverty, support the economic recovery after the Covid-19 crisis, and create new job opportunities across the EU.The recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) is an essential element in completing the objectives of the Fit for 55 package. The new EPBD emphasises the need to modernise the EU building stock by increasing the rate and depth of buildings' renovations, improving information on energy performance and sustainability of buildings, as well as ensuring that all buildings will be in line with the 2050 climate neutrality requirements. Consequently, the EPBD will also be instrumental to implementing the REPowerEU plan, whose objective is to faster reduce the EU's dependence on fossil fuels.The electrification of heating and cooling in buildings will play a major role on the road to decarbonisation, as it will facilitate the switch from fossil fuel boilers to more sustainable electric solutions. The EPBD revision also stresses the need to develop e-mobility by implementing recharging points in buildings to support smart charging for electric vehicles.Relisten to this EURACTIV Hybrid Conference to find out what can be done to improve the existing regulatory framework to support an effective decarbonisation process in the building sector. Discussed questions included:- How the EPBD proposal could best contribute to the decarbonisation of the building sector?- What are the technical challenges and solutions to electrifying the EU's building stock?- What renovations in buildings can contribute to sustainable mobility?- How to increase users' awareness of their housing's carbon footprint and of the low-carbon solutions that are available?
The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) revision plays a central role in the overall Fit For 55 package and is an important contributor to unlocking ambitious environmental, societal and financial benefits.It is also an opportunity to integrate a multiple benefits approach, rather than primarily focusing on energy.To create a sustainable, future-proof and energy-efficient building stock, we need to put people at the centre. Typically, we spend around 90% of our time indoors, so bettering the conditions of our indoor climate – and thus our health and well-being - is an important driver for renovation, alongside improving energy efficiency, mitigating climate change, and reducing the energy bill and dependence.The EPBD proposal goes further than energy performance requirements by introducing carbon emission reduction targets, and putting more emphasis on multiple benefits of energy efficiency, including improving indoor environmental quality and reducing energy poverty.It also introduces new building tools to boost renovation rates, supports the digitalisation of energy systems for buildings, and facilitates more targeted financing to investments in the building sector.How can we best ensure these new, holistic approaches to energy efficiency and the EBPD are properly accounted for and factored into the final directive and the new tools - EPCs, Renovation Passports, MEPs – it proposes?Relisten to this EURACTIV Virtual Conference to find out how the revision of the EPBD can support a healthy indoor climate while accelerating a decrease of energy costs and decarbonising our buildings. Discussed questions included:- What's the current state of buildings in the EU and how can the EPBD help achieve a faster transition towards sustainable and healthy buildings?- What will be the costs and economic/societal benefits of such a building transition?- What data and definitions are we lacking to properly account for the impact of multiple benefits?- How can we ensure energy efficient, decarbonised and healthy buildings?- What lessons has the COVID-19 pandemic taught us when it comes to buildings? How can good ventilation in buildings contribute?
The Minimalists are joined by earthing expert Clint Ober to discuss pain reduction, the science behind grounding, and “the most important health discovery ever,” and they answer the following questions: What is the science behind grounding, and how do I explain it to loved ones who perceive it as metaphysical woo-woo? (03:19) How can grounding relieve much of our discomfort? (09:16) What are the most significant benefits of grounding, and what individuals would realize the most benefit from it? (13:26) What grounding tips do you have for individuals that use wheelchairs? (16:56) How did Clint come to recognize the personal benefits of grounding? (20:40) What are the best methods for grounding? (24:13) What is your perception regarding inflammation? (29:54) If grounding is so healthy, why does the professional medical community largely ignore it? (33:23) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
This week we'll be test driving some of the most happening jazz rides we've found in our favorite dealerships, from the return of Flora Purim [pictured], to Steven Bernstein's heartfelt tribute to the late Henry Butler, and a special focus on pianists, like Yelena Eckemoff, Enrico Pieranunzi, Lynne Arriale and John Taylor. The playlist features also Chance Hayden; Josiel Konrad; Whatitdo Archive Group. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/15949821/Mondo-Jazz (up to "500 Miles High"). Happy listening!
Who doesn't love a good crossover? In this episode, we get to see not one, but two beloved characters from Stargate Atlantis (both of whom got their start on Stargate SG-1). Richard Woolsey and Dr. Rodney Mackay assist the crew of Destiny in their attempt to convince the Langaran government to let them dial Destiny from their planet. The only thing missing is Jonas Quinn. But are they putting the people of Langara at risk? While all that's going on, we also get more insight into what life is like for Perry and Ginn as disembodied data structures. Rush goes on a journey that ends in heartbreak. I have a lot to say about both plots in the episode, so let's dig in. ----more---- Transcript Welcome to Nerd Heaven I'm Adam David Collings, the author of Jewel of The Stars And I am a Nerd. This is episode 86 of the podcast Today, we're talking about the Stargate Universe episode “Seizure” And if you'd like to check out my original science fiction books, head on over to AdamDavidCollings.com/books The description on GateWorld reads Homeworld Command tries to convince an ally occupying a naquadria-rich planet to let them try to dial Destiny, but suspects that they have already been infiltrated by the Lucian Alliance. This episode was WRITTEN BY: Rémi Aubuchon It was DIRECTED BY: Helen Shaver And it first aired on 27th February 2012 The episode opens with a very familiar face. Richard Woolsey, played by Robert Picardo. No longer in his Atlantis uniform, he's back in suit and tie. He's negotiating with an ambassador from the planet Langara. That's Jonas Quin's world. The place where Naquadria was first discovered. This planet has a naquadria core. The perfect place for dialling Destiny. It's a bit of a shame that Jonas doesn't appear in this episode. It would have been cool to bring back Corin Nemmick, but then, there's already so much in this episode that I don't think they would have done him justice. It would probably have been little more than a cameo. It seems word got through from Senator Michaels. Chloe convinced her that they should go ahead with trying to dial Destiny so as to provide supplies and personnel. But this is a big risk. The last two planets they dialled destiny from were destroyed. Langara is a populated world with millions of humans. If this goes badly, the loss of life will be catastrophic. Telford argues there were mitigating circumstances in both of those cases. Personally, I'm not so sure. I wouldn't be inclined to try doing this from a populated world. But Woolsey assures the ambassador - Ovirda, that they have a new solution for dialling the gate. And with that, the door is opened, and in walks Doctor Rodney Mackay. Okay. We need to pause for a minute so we can scream with nerdy glee. Two popular characters from Stargate Atlantis are appearing in this episode. And both of those characters got their start on SG-1. So this is a huge crossover event. I'm fanboying all over the place. Before Mackay can say more than a few words he's interrupted by Ovirda. He isn't a scientist. He's not interested in hearing Mackay's speech. He'll let his own science people decide. If they think it's safe, then he'll consider allowing Earth to use his planet to dial Destiny. He's not going to risk his world on the hearsay of people from Earth with their own agendas. And quite frankly, I don't blame him. If I was in his position I'd be saying the exact same thing. But there's a catch. The Lucian Alliance still want Destiny. That's speculation, but well-educated speculation. They know there are few worlds where the dialling can be done. They'll be coming for Langara, and they won't care if they destroy the planet or not. Ovirda says it sounds like Earth's protection is becoming conditional. And Woolsey doesn't exactly deny it. Mackay is very sure of his science. But then that's always been his problem. He's overconfident in his own abilities and superiority. Remember that time Mackay accidentally destroyed a solar system? Telford thinks the Lucian Alliance have already gotten to Ovirda's people. I find that an extraordinary statement. I mean, it's probably true, knowing how story-telling works, but as I've said, I feel that Ovirda is acting just the way you'd expect somebody in his situation to act. But Telford has further evidence the others don't know about. Something about satellites. Honestly, what he says is a bit vague and the episode rushes through it very quickly. The point is, it's looking like Langara has sided with the Lucian Alliance in this war, undeclared though it may be. That means the Alliance can launch an assault on Destiny at any time. Without Mackay's solution. But my question is how. Are we to believe they've come up with their own solution? How have the alliance convinced Ovirda's people that they can safely dial without destroying their world? This seems quite unbelievable to me. Young, who is visiting Earth with the stones, says they're launching a fact-finding mission to Langara. Call it a proof of concept. Mackay is delighted when Young wants him to go through his presentation. But before he can start, Young says, not here. Now, there's a big elephant in the room of this episode. We don't know what happened to Atlantis. Is it still on Earth? Or did they take it back to Pegasus? What are Woolsey, Mackay, Shepherd and the rest doing when they're not helping with this project? We don't get any answers to these questions, and maybe we never will. Back on Destiny, Rush is playing chess with Perry. Of course, he has to move the pieces for her, since she has no physical substance. And we learn that Perry may have been the only person who Rush could never beat at chess. Things are actually looking really good for these two. Perry is no longer trapped in a broken body, and Rush gets to have the woman he loves around all the time. Previously, he only got to see her occasionally when she visited the ship using the stones. It turns out, in her new non-corporeal form, in the ship's computer, Perry can concentrate on multiple things at once. She is also studying the ancient pattern and reviewing the ship's sensor readings. Rush argues she is more now than she was. She is better than a human. I think Rush may actually be jealous. But Perry dreams of having a flesh and blood body. And he dreams of that two. Because then, well, they could be closer physically, in a number of different ways. Perry surprises us all by saying “there is a way.” So Mackay arrives on Destiny. He's in Brody's body, but he was expecting Rush. The plan was that Rush would go to earth and look over Mackay's notes while Mackay explained his theory, not to Rush, but to Eli. If Eli is convinced, then Young is convinced. But apparently, Rush has taken the day off. He's in the interface chair running a program. I'm sure most viewers were expecting a lot of interaction between Mackay and Rush in an episode like this. Certainly I think that would have been intreresting. I wonder how that conversation would go. In some ways, Rush and Mackay are so similar. They are both insanely intelligent, but they also both have very similar personal flaws. And yet, they have just drastically different personalities. If anything, I think Mackay would want to try to prove that he was the smartest, whereas Rush would even lower himself to that. He'd see such petty competition as beneath him. Anyway, TJ says that Rush is basically in a sleep-like state in the chair. He's actually in what Perry calls an immersive simulation. It was already in Destiny's database. Perry just had to find a way that they could experience the program together. So…what are they doing in this simulation? Well……I'm sure you can guess what they'd be doing. They appear to have just finished making love. So the chair is now basically Stargate's holodeck. They can create any simulated scenario with hyper-realistic sensory input. and experience it. Maybe The Matrix is a slightly more accurate analogy. Greer just donated a kidney, and he's already running around the ship, trying to get some exercise. C'mon mate. This is a bit silly Mackay and Eli are arguing passionately. They can't seem to agree. But not about the dialling program. They confirmed that was good and moved on a while ago. We don't actually get to learn what they were discussing. Probably something wonderfully nerdy. Rodney actually likes Eli. Says he reminds him of himself at that age. He's about to make a disparaging comment about Eli's weight but before he can finish, Eli mentions Rodney's hair. Young says Rodney can go back to earth now. He's a little disappointed, but if this works, he can always come back in person. And when he appears back on earth, the first thing he says is “He didn't eat any citrus while in my body did he, because I don't feel great.” Ah, classic Rodney Mackay. He is, of course, allergic to citrus, which is a serious matter, but Atlantis and SG-1 often took delight in making jokes about it. So it's time to talk about the plan. Woolsey has reservations. And frankly, so do I. The first few times I watched this episode, I was focussed on how cool it was to have Woolsey and Rodney on the show. This time around, I'm really thinking deeper about what they're doing. They're going to go to another planet, and enact this plan against the will of the inhabitants. And no matter how much Rodney and Eli say the plan is safe, I don't think I'd be willing to risk this on a populated world - at least without their consent. If it goes wrong, they murder billions of people. And let's not forget, there are three main countries on Langara. Stargate Command are probably negotiating with the Kelownans. Even if they agree, Terrania and Andari are at just as much risk. Woolsey wants to make some kind of peace offering. According to intelligence, the alliance are likely to make their move on Langara in a few days, invited or not. So O'Neil believes the Langarins would prefer to side with earth rather than the alliance. The idea is to prove that Rodney's dialling program is safe, to make Earth's said more palatable. Woolsey won't support a mission to take the Langaran stargate by force, but Young says they won't be doing that, and they do have a peace offering. Greer is fighting another fever. He says he'll fight harder, but TJ explains it doesn't work that way. Greer remains unconvinced, which is unfortunate. I think Greer's unwavering belief in his strength is his greatest weakness. A certain pig-headedness is probably advantageous for a marine, but Greer is so afraid of losing his macho image, not just in other people's eyes, but in his own eyes, that he's making unwise decisions. Doing stupid things. Greer's smarter than that. But he's blinded by his desire to be strong at all times. Eli has figured out that Rush has uploaded his consciousness into Destiny's computer. Amanda finds life as an incorporeal thought pattern lonely. I wonder where Ginn is in all of this? Have these two tried interacting with one another at all? Amanda wants Rush to keep their little simulation a secret. Rush was actually open to making it public. But it's not gonna stay a secret. Eli is already on the case. Rush is being pretty responsible about this whole thing. He knows there's a real world out there where he's needed. He can't just lose himself in this simulation. When Rush tries to wake himself up, it doesn't work. Amanda taps away at a console, but Rush reminds her that nothing she does in here means anything. These are not real controls. They're in a simulation that is isolated from the real ship. The only option is for her to appear in the real world and talk to someone. Meanwhile, Eli is trying to get a hold of Ginn, who doesn't seem to want to appear. He knows what Rush has done. He just doesn't know how to fix it. He and Ginn actually had the exact same idea. But Ginn didn't want Eli to try it because uploading a human consciousness into a computer and back again is pretty dangerous. Which makes perfect sense. Eli points out that on their way toward ascension, the ancients did a lot of work into transferring human consciousness. The communication stones were one example of that. And that makes a great deal of sense to me. The reason Ginn is hiding is because she got annoyed at Eli when he tried to convince her he should take the risk. Amanda says the problem was that Ginn's disapproval manifested in preventing Rush's wake-up from working, but it should be good now. This time, when he tries, Rush wakes up surrounded by Eli, Brody, and Park. Evidently, they have convinced Woolsey to go along with their plan. He gates to Langara and presents a gift for the ambassador. A carved ancient artefact. When the soldier touches it, he is immediately body-swapped with Scott. Because, of course, the artefact is the communication stone. Young takes over the administrator Halperin's body in much the same way. Young and Scott give a decent performance. Not all of the Langaran's are entirely convinced. But they've prepared the way for the team from Earth to come. They are going to attempt to dial the gate. I'm gonna say it again. It's awesome to see Mackay in SGU. He's busy being Mackay about everything. And Young just says, “Shepherd's right.” Oh what I would have given for a big crossover event stories with characters from SG-1, Atlantis, and Universe, as a way to finish off the story when this show was cancelled. Pity that never eventuated. Whoolsey has a second objective. He's searching the commander's office. Telford really wants Rodney on the new team that travels to Destiny, assuming they successfully dial the gate. Rodney is excited by the possibilities, of course, but he's hesitant about the whole maybe never getting home thing. But he's taken that plunge before. He knowingly left Earth for Atlantis, knowing less about the place than he does Destiny, with the very real possibility they may never come back. Rodney picks up on some of the tension between Telford and Young. Not so much personal tension anymore, but there's still professional tension. Telford would like to be the one calling the shots. Then again, he was the first in line to come home when Eli was running his dialling program from within the star. I think what it comes down to is that Young has Rush. Telford wants his own socially inept genius. But Telford asks the question “what is it with genius and lack of social skills?” And that has me wondering. It's a cliche in fiction, but is there a correlation in the real world? Is it common for real geniuses to lack social skills? I have a feeling that is the case, but is that just because I've been exposed to this trope so often in my fiction? Woolsey has found evidence that the Langarans have refused to work with the Lucian Alliance, for fear of jeopardising their relationship with Earth. Time after time they've been offered more, and each time they've refused. It looks like their spy satellites were wrong. The langarans are not working with the enemy. Telford thinks this changes nothing. Woolsey is not so sure. Young gets a phone call for Administrator Helperin. There are concerns from the higher ups. They're on their way. Perry appears to Rush, to make sure he got out okay. Then she vanishes. We cut to Eli. Ginn appears and tells him she's performed an emergency shut down of the FTL drive. She needs a distraction. Rush is still in the chair. What he thinks the world is not actually real. Perry made a mistake and there is no way out of the simulation. Ginn doesn't think Perry did it on purpose. She's deceiving Rush to buy time until she can solve the problem. But if this isn't deliberate, why doesn't she reach out to Eli like Ginn did? And why suppress Ginn was reaching out? Anyway, Rush is not easily fooled. He figures out he's still in the simulation and sets the ship to explode. This is Rush's way out. If this doesn't work, nothing will. Perry insists that this is real. He'll kill everyone on the ship. Young says they need to reconsider. Telford is going by the adage “It's better to ask forgiveness than permission. It'll all be okay once it's done and their point is proven.” This is about to turn into a disaster. Armed guards enter. So they have two options. They stand down, or they defend themselves, with force, until the gate is dialled. That means they fire on their allies. They kill innocent Langaran soldiers. Young is not prepared to do that. Telford is. It's a very tense moment as they wait for the countdown to the 8th chevron. In the end, it's Rodney, of all people, who speaks the voice of reason and convinces Young to shut it down. This mission is already a failure and it's only going to get worse. But the observed data so far suggests it probably would have worked. Eli has everyone working on the problem. Which is good because Rush's plan didn't work. Destroying the ship didn't get him out, but it did prove that he's in a simulation. Now Perry has to face Rush's disappointment that she lied to him. Then we get the bombshell. Perry programmed a parameter into the simulation. Rush can come and go as long as he and Perry love each other. She loves him but she has concluded that he doesn't love her. Because he can't leave. Rush insists that he does love her. This was all very unfair of Perry, which she admits to. Love is a complex thing. It can't be quantified as simply as Perry is trying to do. Perry is head over heels for Rush. She's been in love with him most of her life. The feelings Rush has for Perry are different, because he is different. His feelings for her are much newer. He is a more self-sufficient and selfish person by nature. And he is still filled with grief over the death of his wife. All of these factors, and probably many more, are causing the software to return a false value, rather than a true, to whether Rush loves her. But you can't encapsulate love in a boolean value like that. Relationships start very shallow. And they grow. They continue to grow over a lifetime. The love my wife and I share now is different from the love we shared when I asked her to marry me. It's stronger now. More mature. Deeper. Perry is writing Rush off because she's further along in her feelings than he is. And that's not just unfair, it's stupid and naive. I suspect Rush could love her in the way she wants. He was well on the way to that. Right now, he's in the infatuation stage. But you can see it growing. But there's an even bigger bombshell. The only way to get Rush out of this simulation now, is for Eli to delete the area of memory where it's all stored. The area of memory where Perry and Ginn are stored. For Rush to escape, both Perry and Ginn have to die. So Perry plays Juliet, and childishly kills herself rather than live without the love she perceives Rush doesn't have for her, and in the process, she murders Ginn. Rush may be selfish, but he's got nothing on Amanda Perry. You can tell by the look on Rush's face as she vanishes, that Perry was wrong about him. Young and Scott are back. The Langarans have agreed to release Earth's people in exchange for defence against the Lucian Alliance. And the removal of the stargate from their power generation facility. I guess they want it somewhere else, nowhere near their naquadria. This has been an episode of massive screw-ups. The one good decision made in this episode was by James. She showed her Langaran prisoners around the ship. Let them have a glimpse of the life those stranded crew are experiencing. Rush wakes up from a coma after a few days. We get one little bit of good news. Perry and Ginn aren't gone forever. Not deleted, but quarantined. Cut off in a part of memory where they can no longer interact with the crew. So while Ginn is not technically gone, she and Eli can't see each other any more. Maybe they can find a way to bring them back some day. It's a small sliver of hope. Eli made a huge sacrifice for Rush. He's not going to be able to forgive Rush quickly for this, if ever. In the last moment of the episode, we realise Greer has finally started listening to TJ, as he urges Rush to do the same. So I bring you back the question I asked at the end of last episode. Ginn and Perry are now gone. If you could bring your loved one back again, to speak with them one more time, but then have to go through the pain of losing them a second time, would you do it? It's an even more difficult question to answer now, isn't it. This was a powerful episode. I always remember this for the Langaran stuff. The coolness factor of seeing Rodney and Woolsey in Stargate Universe. But in reality, I think that element is almost overshadowed by the emotional intensity of what has just happened, with the Amanda Perry plot. We all feel insecurity at times. I certainly have, but Perry's insecurity has taken everything from Eli, Ginn and even Rush. I think the biggest takeaway from all of this is simply this. In your insecurity, don't do stupid things. Next time, we're getting into some old fashion Stargate planetary action, in The Hunt.
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In this episode, the jungle is out to get our adventurer. Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening! Written and Narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on Twitter @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, and on Facebook – Midnight Slumber.
What is the Paul Newman effect and how did it change the course of Jaws history? Detailed dive into the Book of Quint campaign. Join The Indiegogo Campaign to get the Book of Quint! https://igg.me/at/bookofquint/x/200650#/ Watch the trailer! https://youtu.be/b94J1w9WKrA The Book of Quint: A 300+ page novel detailing the events that make Quint into the fearless shark hunter of Amity Island. Follow him from 1945 to 1968, and witness how Quint rises to become a legend of the North Atlantic. Not only will this story stand alone and create a gripping and dramatic tale of Quint, but also, after reading it, your viewing of the movie Jaws will never be the same. You will notice performances of minor characters and objects in backgrounds that now take on a whole new meaning. This is essentially what a prequel should do—make the original more enjoyable. Jaws Fans unite and show Universal Studios there is a demand and now a blueprint for a Jaws prequel to be made and released in the summer of 2025 for the 50th anniversary of Jaws. Join the Indiegogo Campaign to get the book! https://igg.me/at/bookofquint/x/200650#/ show notes and photos at: https://t.me/jawsob Jon Tedder and Quint's Sharkin' Shack: https://www.etsy.com/shop/QuintsSharkinShack ORCA REBUILD - Home (weebly.com) https://www.youtube.com/c/OrcaRebuild/featured (7) Orca Rebuild | Facebook @orca_rebuild • Instagram photos and videos Music: Opening Theme to Jaws Obsession by Karl Casey https://karlcasey.bandcamp.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/WhiteBatAudio/ https://whitebataudio.com Closing Song Jammin on the Orca by Dapper Dog https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0HvhDJtHxxo
What should we have faith in? How can we evolve from escaping pain to embracing peace? What are the layers of grace we have? In this next episode of our Hinduism 101 series, let's find out the answers and get the details on the big picture of Hinduism.Catch up on the previous episode of Hinduism 101, or start from the beginning of the series!For those on the journey of self-development, Chinmaya Mission Niagara provides a community forum to listen, reflect, and contemplate. This podcast is produced by young adults of Chinmaya Mission, an international non-profit organization working to transform individuals through the knowledge of Vedanta.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for more updates about upcoming live workshops, courses, and more!
Tim Leahy stops by The Business Brew to discuss his career as a CFO. Tim, who served as Coinbase's first interim CFO (from 2017 to 2018), is often hired to come in and professionalize emerging companies' finance departments; setting them up to go public. Some examples of Tim's work include: organizing and developing robust accounting controls & capabilities, building & growing an international tax function, establishing global treasury functions, and developing budgeting and reporting capabilities. Tim is a technology executive based in San Francisco. His experience spans multiple industries, including crypto currency brokerage & exchange, SaaS, enterprise software, and service. He has extensive experience as a public & private company CFO and has deep capital markets experience. He has managed three successful IPOs, three successful sell-side mergers, raised over $3B of capital at increasing valuations, managed significant revenue growth from pre-revenue to $1B annual revenue. During his career he has helped create more than $20B of value for multiple companies and investors. He has extensive buy-side and sell-side M&A experience serving public, private, domestic, and international companies. This episode is brought to you by Bastiat Partners, a boutique investment banking firm. See https://bastiatpartners.com/. Detailed show notes below. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player. Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see www.mikeando.com. Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player! This episode is brought to you by Bastiat Partners, a boutique investment banking firm. See https://bastiatpartners.com/. Detailed show notes below. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player. Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see www.mikeando.com. Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player!
Learn how you can benefit from the installation of a solar farm using 300 watt solar panels with the new guide from DIY Solar Shack. To read the full technical guide, visit https://diysolarshack.com/how-much-money-1-acre-solar-panels-make-income (https://diysolarshack.com/how-much-money-1-acre-solar-panels-make-income)
The Minimalists talk about the many shapes and sizes of excess, including stuff, debt, screen time, commitments, and emotional clutter, and they answer the following questions: When is something considered excessive? (03:32) What are the three ways to gain acceptance? (11:52) How do we encourage others to break away from the excessive pursuits that are causing them to feel perpetually overwhelmed? (14:40) What is “POMO”? (15:07) How do I ensure my daily schedule doesn't become excessive, and how do I best organize my time management tools to achieve that goal? (18:46) How do I stay focused on my obligations and responsibilities when my emotional clutter is constantly distracting me? (25:01) What is your perspective regarding personality? (32:22) How do I cut down on excessive screen time? (47:28) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
The shift of founders building startups in other regions outside of Silicon Valley is an interesting trend that has been taking shape especially since the pandemic hit and working with remote employees really hit its stride. So, what does it take to build a thriving tech ecosystem in a city or region? Well, it takes a lot of different components plus you need the people who can execute on a vision. Lakshmi is a builder of these ecosystems from her time in Chicago to what she is doing now in terms of building up a robust startup scene in Tampa Bay, Florida. As CEO of Embarc Collective, she has helped to build out the vision of Jeff Vinik, who is the owner of the Tampa Bay Lighting. Today, Embarc Collective is thriving with a 32,000 sq ft facility and over 100 startups. In this episode of our podcast, we cover: * Detailed advice on how to build out a successful tech ecosystem. * Lakshmi's background story and the foundational years of her career. * Her experience at 1871 which is Chicago's technology hub for over 450 startups. * How she landed her current position at Embarc Collective and what they have accomplished over the past 4+ years. * A deep dive into the tech scene in Tampa Bay. * Three tips on how founders should leverage their own local startup community. * And so much more. If you like the show, please remember to subscribe and review us on iTunes, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play.
In this episode Guadelupe meets Nigeria; Japan & Italy meet Brazil; Germany meets South Korea; and many more transnational encounters from the Global Jazz Village. The playlist features Magic Malik; Michael Blake; Kansas Smitty's; David Murray, Brad Jones, Hamid Drake; Jun Miyake; Potsa Lotsa Xl, Youjin Sung; Yu Nishiyama; Tommaso Moretti, Ben Lamar Gay; Chiara Izzi, Andrea Rea. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/15927214/Mondo-Jazz (up to "Samba in Preludio") Happy listening!
On this week's episode Kevin, Chris, Gav, and Neth talk this week's gaming news! Detailed show notes can be found at www.tctceu.com. Email: feedback@TCTCEU.com Discord: https://discord.gg/ATGuVS3 Twitter: ACTC: https://twitter.com/CoastToCoastEU Kevin: https://twitter.com/swingkat Chris: https://twitter.com/Akari_Mag Gavriil: https://twitter.com/Gavriil_ET Neth: https://twitter.com/NethWench Intro Music: DOCTOR VOX - Hero: youtu.be/qNuC01Z3lrs
Guest host and a shop tour with Brett Beachler, Beachler's Vehicle Care & Repair, Peoria, IL. Find out how Brett's team seamlessly communicates between both buildings and their streamlined processes. Watch the Episode on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_AhUJxOa-k&t=2s (YouTube) Key Talking Points Main 5 bay shop built in the 70's- built second building behind it as an oil change location and designated advisor area Logistics/communications- ‘Softros' is a simple instant messaging program, minimization of ‘sideways energy' talking between advisors and technicians. Detailed descriptions, all 18 computers have the program Headpieces with all employees with phone system- shortcuts with singular buttons Stand-alone customer service and advisor ‘pod' for final close sale checkout Listen to Brett's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22beachler%22 (HERE) Connect with the Podcast: https://aftermarketradionetwork.com/ (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partner: Dorman gives people greater freedom to fix vehicles by constantly developing new repair solutions that put owners and technicians first. Take the Dorman Virtual Tour athttp://www.dormanproducts.com/Tour ( www.DormanProducts.com/Tour) http://aftermarketradionetwork.com () https://remarkableresultsradio.captivate.fm/listen ()
In this segment we feature several projects of the restless Swedish bassist Petter Eldh, solo projects by guitar masters and a young piano virtuoso, interesting meeting points for forward looking jazz and strings, & more. The playlist features Koma Saxo, Sofja Jernberg; Kit Downes, Petter Eldh, James Maddren; Punkt.Vrt.Plastik; John Scofield; Biréli Lagrène; Elias Stemseder; Dave Meder, Miguel Zenon; Caroline Davis; Mary Halvorson, Mivos Quartet; Henry Cole; Red Kite. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/15900727/Mondo-Jazz (from "Lo Ve Ko Ma" onwards). Happy listening! Photo credit: Andrea Rotili
Indiana took 2 out of 3 from Illinois over the past weekend by Carl James • @jovian34 • May 5th, 2022 Chris, Cass, and Carl discuss the Hoosier's second straight conference winning weekend. Detailed look at the remaining three weeks. Can Indiana play it's way into the B1G Tournament? Video: Audio:
Craig Fuller stops by The Business Brew to discuss the freight recession. Craig made news when his organization, FreightWaves, wrote an article forecasting a freight recession. Craig's initial call discussed the trucking sector, but China's lockdowns may create a freight recession throughout the freight industry. This was a fun conversation. It's a must listen if you are interested in the freight and logistics markets. Craig is great on the mic. We hope you enjoy the discussion. Craig Fuller is CEO and Founder of FreightWaves, the only freight-focused organization that delivers a complete and comprehensive view of the freight and logistics market. FreightWaves' news, content, market data, insights, analytics, innovative engagement and risk management tools are unprecedented and unmatched in the industry. Prior to founding FreightWaves, Fuller was the founder and CEO of TransCard, a fleet payment processor that was sold to US Bank. He also is a trucking industry veteran, having founded and managed the Xpress Direct division of US Xpress Enterprises, the largest provider of on-demand trucking services in North America. Fuller also owns Flying Magazine. This episode is brought to you by Bastiat Partners, a boutique investment banking firm. See https://bastiatpartners.com/. Detailed show notes below. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player. Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see www.mikeando.com. Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player! Detailed Show Notes Open - Intro to freight 11:20 - The state of US inventory levels 19:30 - Will the freight market become very "choppy" for a while? 24:27 - Will the US onshore or nearshore the supply chain? 40:25 - What is it like to move JB Hunt's stock? 47:30 - Is Old Dominion impacted by the freight recession? 52:00 - How did Craig get into freight and trucking? 58:40 - What you should think about as a consumer. 61:30 - How is there oversupply in the trucking market with a trucking shortage? 68:18 - The commonalities between different markets. 72:10 - JB Hunt, and intermodal's, strength 83:40 - Craig's media career 85:30 - The dollar strength 87:30 - What motivated Craig to write 95:00 - Aftershow talk
Are you ready to get DETAILED? I mean a specific checklist of what you can do to get MORE referrals faster? Well, today's episode is exactly that. My guest, Financial Planner Extraordinaire Jeremy Kiel of Keil Financial Partners is walking us through some very specific things he has done with his marketing to TRIPLE his referrals in 12 months. Yes, you heard me correctly. 12 months. You will walk away from this episode with:What you need to do first before you do any marketingSpecific examples, costs, website… from Jeremy that have contributed to his marketing successWhat his marketing funnel looks likeHow he makes it crazy easy for his clients to share him with his ideal client avatarAnd 3 specific tactics you don't want to miss!We're diving right in! ---------Connect with Libby on LinkedIn Here!Moz.com to create consistency among online search resourcesKeilFP.com to learn more about Jeremy's practicefivestepretirementplan.com to see Jeremy's lead magnetProud Mouth - the service Jeremy uses to promote his podcast and enhance his "influencer status"Smart Asset - lead service Wiser Advisor - lead service Successful businesses don't get built alone. You need community! You need collaboration! Join us in The Efficient Advisor Community on Facebook.
The Minimalists speak with Dr. John Delony, author of Own Your Past, Change Your Future, about loneliness, friendship, love, lust, and jobs that make people miserable, and they answer the following questions: How do I ensure I don't fall back into crippling codependency as I explore building relationships again? (01:42) How do we intentionally practice solitude? (05:33) What is the difference between solitude and hiding? (06:43) How do we make friends as adults? (06:51) Is there any issue in striving to associate with like-minded individuals over open-minded individuals? (13:07) Where is the best place to find a long-term partner or spouse? (14:46) What are the differences between love, like, and lust? (19:51) How do I determine whether to keep a job I detest that makes me miserable, yet provides well for myself and my daughter? (24:09) How do we transition from an overabundance of acquaintances to fewer, more meaningful relationships? (30:40) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
Modern piano rooted in the tradition, timeless playful tongue-in cheek elegance, and two tributes to the great Herbie Nichols in this set. The playlist features Mathis Picard, Savannah Harris; Deanna Witkowski; Isaiah J. Thompson; Cécile McLorin Salvant; Aki Takase, Daniel Erdmann; Dandy Dandie; Anna Webber; Ben Allison; Duck Baker, Roswell Rudd. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/15900727/Mondo-Jazz (up to "The Happenings"). Happy listening!
Detailed profiles of ten amazing women who lived in the Old West. They dared to step outside the traditional roles of wife and mother, and left society's conventions behind them. These women engaged in a wide range of interests and professions, and their stories will inspire and entertain. They overcame incredible odds to make a place for themselves in their chosen world, despite the sometimes strong objections of both men and women. Each blazed new trails for women who would come after them. We all owe them a debt of gratitude for their strong will and perseverance.HOST: Rob MellonFEATURED BREW: Freestyle Pilsner, Santa Fe Brewing Company, Santa Fe, New MexicoBOOK: Scandalous Women Of The Old West: Women Who Dared To Be Differenthttps://www.amazon.com/Scandalous-Women-Old-West-Different/dp/B08JRP1TLH/ref=sr_1_2?crid=6NHKH1X5COAK&keywords=pedace&qid=1651453268&sprefix=ped%2Caps%2C1071&sr=8-2MUSIC: Bones Forkhttps://bonesfork.com/
JOSH AND CASH JUST WANNA DRAFT. Detailed look at the biggest ADP risers and falls from Underdog Fantasy's SuperFlex tournament in preparation for the $10 million Best Ball Mania tournament. Follow Cash on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SurplusOfCashFollow Josh on Twitter: https://twitter.com/selway151All things FantasyUnleashd: https://linktr.ee/FantasyUnleashdJosh's weird TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdhPrtSx/Beaver is on TikTok! https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdAdF21a/
The Mingus centennial, of course. But first and foremost a celebration of living musicians while they're alive-and-kicking and engaged in their latest projects. The playlist also features Rémi Panossian; Billy Bang; Brian Jackson; Harvest Group; Rosa Brunello; Erik Friedlander; Billy Mohler; and Harry Skoler. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/15869423/Mondo-Jazz (from "BBQ" onward). Happy listening!
Music from garages, cyberspace and outer space, tributes and collaborations, and all around good energy in this set... The playlist features Wolcott Curran Collective; Kahil El'Zabar; Kyoto Jazz Sextet, Takeo Moriyama; Kevin Eubanks, Orrin Evans; Peter Somuah; C'mon Tigre, Colin Stetson; Francesca Remigi; Agnas Bros; Fabian Willmann. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/15869423/Mondo-Jazz (up to "Last Song"). Happy listening! Photo Credit: Sandro Miller
Welcome to Midnight Slumber! We have a fun short story for you. In this story, a quite beach trip turns into a battle for survival. Sit back, relax, enjoy this short story, and thanks for listening! Written and Narrated by Zack Miller. Follow us on Twitter @The_MNS_Podcast, Instagram @midnight_slumber_podcast, our YouTube Channel - Midnight Slumber, and on Facebook – Midnight Slumber.
Do you like power? Subarus? Going fast on dirt, gravel, snow, and tarmac? Detailed tech discussions? If so, we've got the perfect tech-heavy gem for you this week! Use ‘PODCAST75' for $75 off your first HPA course here: https://hpcdmy.co/hpa-tuned-inOur host Andre Simon is joined by Dan Farley of Vermont Sports Cars for this week's episode of the HPA Tuned In podcast. VSC is a long-time partner of Subaru Motorsports USA and Dan manages the powertrain department at the Vermont-based company's incredible facility. This means he's an absolute goldmine of knowledge when it comes to building boxers capable of handling the gruelling conditions seen in rally, rallycross, and gymkhana — and yes, that includes Travis Pastrana's monster gymkhana builds.Dan kicks off by discussing how he used education to work his way into the privileged position he finds himself in today, building some of the most impressive Subaru drivelines that the world has ever seen. Dan's work with the Subaru boxer engine is undoubtedly the main focus of this podcast, and there's a lot of fascinating information to be gleaned around how a high-end outfit like VSC goes about building a Subaru that can make big power, take a hammering all day long, and still make that same power on the dyno at the end of a gruelling season with zero complaints.This episode also features some great discussions around headgasket solutions when you're running 4 bar of boost and massive cylinder pressures, dealing with the restrictors that many rally and rallycross competitions mandate, billet vs cast Subaru blocks, as well as a great look into anti-lag strategies. Find out more about Vermont Sports Cars here:FB: VermontSportsCarsIG: @vermont.sportscarsYT: Subaru Launch Controlwww: vtcar.comLearn more about Performance Engine Building by coming along to the next FREE lesson: https://hpcdmy.co/engineb
This episode of The Business Brew is Bill participating in a group discussion about the future of streaming media services. The forum was Twitter “Spaces,” an open forum where anyone can join the discussion and contribute. We cover a number of topics over 2 hours of discussion. We hope you enjoy! This episode is brought to you by Bastiat Partners, a boutique investment banking firm. See https://bastiatpartners.com/. Detailed show notes below. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player! Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see https://www.mikeando.com/ Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player!
2006 - Epping, New Hampshire. Just as Sheila LaBarre's impending murder trial in March of 2008 was approaching, Sheila's legal team dropped a bombshell: Sheila had admitted to killing both Kenneth Countie and Michael DeLoge (despite the fact the state hadn't charged her with Michael's death), but declared she was "not guilty by reason of insanity"—that Sheila believed she was an avenging angel put on this earth with a mission to take out the bad guys. The families of Kenneth and Michael were aghast at the possibility Sheila might be able to escape responsibility for their loved ones' deaths, meanwhile, the media dug into Sheila's history... unearthing a horrifying record of domestic violence, and the survivors who lived to tell their accounts on the stand. Was Sheila LaBarre in fact legally insane? And are there other victims we don't know about? This is part three (of three) of the Sheila LaBarre case. Detailed sources can be found on https://murdershetold.com/ (murdershetold.com) Connect on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast/ (@murdershetoldpodcast) Support the show https://www.murdershetold.com/support (here) Read: https://amzn.to/3E7UIex (Wicked Intentions) by Kevin Flynn about the Sheila LaBarre case
Ray Garvin (@RayGQue) and Josh Larky (@JLarkyTweets) go through a 2-round Superflex mock draft just days ahead of the 2022 NFL Draft. The guys break down the WHY behind each pick, and talk about floor/ceiling outcomes for the players. Detailed dynasty strategy is also discussed, including weighing the value of fantasy production compared to a player's dynasty market value. As always, a healthy dose of both film and analytics.Are YOU excited for the 2022 NFL Draft? Come watch the draft LIVE with co-hosts Chris Meaney and Josh Larky, as they welcome in a variety of A-List guests, including Jeff Ratcliffe, Jake Ciely, and the rest of your favorite FTN personalities. Check out the @FTNFantasy and @FTNNetwork Twitter accounts to stay informed and up-to-date for Thursday and Friday of the NFL Draft.Want more?Promo Code: "Larky" for 20% off any package on www.ftnfantasy.com/pricing-----
The Minimalists discuss what to do with family heirlooms and “generational junk,” and they answer the following questions: How do we tactfully tell our relatives we don't want their “generational junk”? (09:17) How do I help my parents minimize their hoard to live more simply when they're resistant to do so? (14:10) How do we support our family members without accepting their donations of their possessions? (26:35) How do I appropriately rehome a family heirloom that is a historical artifact? (31:44) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
I hope you enjoy this interview and please send in any specific questions for Eleanor to be answered on her next visit to the show. Michelle@Michelleschoenfeld.com. Detailed show notes coming soon! Eleanor resides in Ottawa, Canada and is available for private readings via zoom. Please email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook If you like this show, please subscribe/download and help spread the word by sharing it with your friends and on social media. The more light we can get out into the world, the better it will be. Resources: Host Michelle Schoenfeld https://www.michelleschoenfeld.com/ (https://www.michelleschoenfeld.com) Guest: Astrologer Eleanor Kibrick email@example.com I want to hear from you and answer your questions on ANYTHING from Chakras and crystals to relationships, finding your light and plant-based diet...ask away at Michelle@MichelleSchoenfeld.com or DM me on Instagram @Michelleschoenfeldofficial @youlostmeatnamaste PROMOs and Discounts: Alcohol Free Wine I SUJA JUICE Try Surely crisp and refreshing alcohol-free wine, made from California premium grapes. Click the link and use code[ NAMASTE] to save 15%! https://www.hisurely.com/?dt_id=34988 (https://www.hisurely.com/?dt_id=34988) Keto, vegan, and gluten-free friendly! Plus it's low sugar and tastes GREAT! Algae Detox Supplements: If you want to try spirolina/ Algae for detox and more energy, go to https://www.energybits.com/ (https://www.energybits.com/) and use code NAMASTE at checkout to save 20%. SUJU Juice: Code : DRINKPLANTS to save 10%. https://www.sujajuice.com/ (https://www.sujajuice.com/) Upcoming Events Michelle's 2022/2023 Beach Pray Love Retreat at The LifeCo, Bodrum Turkey, date TBD, please email me to be in the list for more info. https://www.thelifeco.com/en/centers/the-lifeco-bodrum/ (https://www.thelifeco.com/en/centers/the-lifeco-bodrum/) Coming to Turkey, Washington, DC or San Antonio Texas and want to be part of my live show or studio audience? Shoot me a message or send me a pitch. Michelle@MichelleSchoenfeld.com I hope you enjoyed the show, and if you did please share the love with your friends and write me a review. Also, check out my other episodes with some engaging guests discussing Energy healing, Chakras, The Law of attraction, SelfLove, CBD, mushrooms, manifesting, Tantra and more. You are worthy, you are enough, and you were born to be happy. ~ namaste *Namaste: “The Soul [divine] in me, bows to the soul in you.” A beautiful salutation in the ancient language of sanskrit to say, “I see you.” In addition to being a wellness expert and spiritual teacher, I also cover: best tips on, meditation, happiness, sound bath, healing crystals, how to manifest, best new podcast, abundance, best retreat, holistic, CBD, how to find self love, love, reiki, astrology, acupuncture, Ayurvedic, yoga, CBD health benefits, The Law of attraction, vegan, how to balance your chakras, spiritual awakening, spirit guides, what is a Lightworker, Starseed, Tantra, Tantric sex, kundalini, EFT, Tapping, what is an empath, eastern medicine, wellbeing, best detox, juice cleanse, sound bath, Dosha, and shadow work. Written and Produced by Michelle Schoenfeld Original Score by Bryce Cashman Sound Engineer and Technical Consultant, Dan Letchinger
Detailed stories from Team Members Logan Rackliff & Neil Pendleton Both hunters killed 200 lb. bucks in 2021 Logan - Should I take track that is nearly filled with snow? Logan – circle time? Neil killed two 200 lb. bucks in 2021 Neil gives tips on utilizing onX features Neil – long drag still fun??? Don't forget to use the discount code for your onX membership. Go to on onxmaps.com and enter discount code bwb for 20% discount. Please keep important feedback. Please use the link below. The Big Woods Team… https://www.bigwoodsbucks.com/Contact
Show notes posted at https://blog.priceplow.com/podcast/dan-lourenco-ryan-hughes-ghost-tmnt-collabs-066 - Dan Lourenço and Ryan Hughes of Ghost invite Team PricePlow to Chicago to launch the TMNT Collab, and talk about the future of collabs on the PricePlow Podcast On April 18, 2022, Team PricePlow flew into Chicago, IL to visit the Ghost Lifestyle headquarters, celebrating the Ghost Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles collaboration launch. After meeting up with CEO Dan Lourenço, CMO Ryan Hughes, and the rest of the team, we received a tour, then got down to business. You can see much of our trip in the incredible Building The Brand episode (S8:E27) named "Turtle Power", where we got to participate in "mailtime", doming a scoop (or two) of the new OOZE flavor, and celebrating in this launch. But most importantly, our podcast with Dan and Ryan, where we talk about branding, the future of collabs, Ghost Energy's insane success, and where Ghost goes from here. Detailed show notes are below, and you can find the episode on our audio feeds or watch on YouTube: Video: PricePlow Visits the Ghost HQ with Dan and Ryan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmgEIiNDjDw Audio Version Subscribe to the PricePlow Podcast on Your Favorite Service iTunesSpotify Google PodcastsSoundCloud 1:00 - The official announcement of Ghost's collaboration with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Dan comments that there were some frustrating leaks, but when was the last time people were so excited about a sports nutrition release that they couldn't wait to leak it? Ghost is partnering with the legendary Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in four supplements with a new OOZE flavor! "It's annoying but humbling" says Dan, and Ryan comments that this was the entire point of the Ghost brand - to make things exciting again. 2:15 - Ghost is now strategic about when they release collaborations. They don't just want to trot everything under the sun. GNC is involved in this release in a few ways (and their HQ is nearby some incredible tacos). Dan and Ryan were at the hotel, and being silly, just decided "We should do a Turtles collab" and fired off an email to Nickelodeon at 1am. 4:10 - Mike backs things up and explains the entire collaboration - four different supplements, a new one in Ghost Gamer Non-Stim, and a new flavor named OOZE. 4:45 - In the late 80s and early 90s, Mike explains that the Ninja Turtles were everything. They sold over a billion dollars worth of action figures (in 1990s money)! 5:00 - Dan's first exposure to the Ninja Turtles were the legendary Konami video game. 5:45 - Dan loves to force that nostalgia on the younger folks in the office. Whether it's Sour Patch Kids and Swedish Fish, Oreos and Chips Ahoy, Space Jam, Ninja Turtles... they like to have a lot of fun with what they do. Of the Space Jam Collabs, Ghost Legend's Monstars formula is the further derivation from the original 6:15 - It's become an easier story to tell to new partners. When pitching a new idea to a potential partner, Ghost already has social proof. They pitch their idea, and can essentially ask "Are you guys in or out?" -- and then they get feedback and dial things in. 7:30 - Any content with licensed products needs to be extremely well planned and curated - you can't always have humans or objects next to the cartoons... but Space Jam could do that. Turtles didn't have that, because that's not how the brand ever worked. 8:30 - Which Ninja Turtle are you? Dan, Ben, and Mike all gravitated towards Donatello as a kid, and Ryan liked Michaelangelo -- none of this is not surprising. As a side note, if we had to move things in person now, we'd make Ben into Raphael and Dan into Leonardo. 9:15 - Dan says they picked the most relevant product to each character: Leonardo - the Leader - Ghost Legend Michaelangelo - the fun-loving one - Ghost Gamer Raphael - The fittest - Ghost Pump Donatello - The quieter,
One of the hardest parts of building a strong marketing machine is regular content production. Coming up with relevant content is not always easy. Building on the same topic over and over again is even harder. However, it doesn't necessarily have to be that way. In this episode, John Aikin dives into 3 keyword strategies for creating more content around 1 topic to help you revamp your SEO strategy. The strategies covered include: Inspiration Related Searches Instruction Related Searches Implementation Related Searches This episode is for you if you are wondering how to create more content around the keywords your already rank for and improve your rank for similar terms. -------View The Website Conversion Framework Graphic Here: https://www.webcanopystudio.com/blog/6-keys-to-a-high-converting-website How well does your website perform today?Get This Free Website Assessment Report Today!Are you frustrated with your website's performance? Is it a clearly outdated thorn in your side? Do you wish you could actually use your website as the #1 sales tool for your business and consistently put high-quality leads on your calendar for calls and demos?If you want a customized action plan for how you can actually achieve all of this, then you need to take our free Website Conversion Assessment at https://www.webcanopystudio.com/assessmentIt only takes roughly 10 minutes of your time. Answer 30 questions on this self-guided assessment, and instantly get your report delivered.When you fill out this assessment, you will receive a personalized report which includes:✅ Individual evaluations for how your website performs in each of the 6 key areas of the Website Conversion Framework✅ Detailed descriptions of the areas you should focus on and why they are critical to your company's success✅ A checklist for each area of focus that shows you exactly what you need to do to fix your website in a step-by-step formatAdditional resources to help your website perform betterAnd the best part?You don't need to hire developers or designers to make these changes! The majority of what we're providing you in this assessment are things that you can address on your own without relying on coding or special tech requests.Get your free self-guided assessment and see how your website fares today!https://www.webcanopystudio.com/assessment
It's all Las Vegas all the time today. Tony from the 360 Vegas Podcast stops by to talk gambling and dining in Sin City, and I have a meal at Lotus of Siam that is so incredibly good I couldn't help but use colourful language to describe it. Cover your ears! Detailed show notes are at the Cheftimony website.
Today I'm going to walk you through the entire ad strategy + funnel I teach my clients inside Get Paid Marketing. This is exactly how you get paid to grow your list AND sell your high-ticket offer in a non-salesy way. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Workshop Magic LIVE is coming soon! It's all about creating and launching paid live workshops to then upsell your attendees into your higher ticket offer. We'll open enrollment for Workshop Magic LIVE on May 2nd, and the first live session will kick off on May 9th. Mark your calendar, and sign up for the waitlist here: https://clairepells.com/magic Your seat in Workshop Magic will cost $300. If you take Workshop Magic and decide to enroll in our mastermind, Get Paid Marketing, that $300 will go toward the cost of GPM, which we'll be launching again in the second half of May. Sign up for the GPM waitlist here: https://clairepells.com/getpaid
Erick Mokaya stops by The Business Brew to chat with Bill about what they have learned as investors. Erick has an inspiring story of dedication, drive, and learning. He describes himself as a Kenyan living in Sweden, who has a passion for financial markets. He is a regular contributor on Seeking Alpha and also the Lead Author the Transcript, a weekly capital markets newsletter that summarizes earnings calls. He invests in US and Nordic equities and, on a small scale, in small businesses in Kenya. He was fun to speak with and we hope you enjoy the discussion. You can find Erick's blog at https://themokaya.com/ and follow him on twitter at @ekmokaya. This episode is brought to you by Bastiat Partners, a boutique investment banking firm. See https://bastiatpartners.com/. Detailed show notes below. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player. Album art photo taken by Mike Ando. Please see https://www.mikeando.com Thank you to @mathewpassy (on Twitter) for the show production. Please leave us a rating in your favorite podcast player! Detailed Show Notes 2:53 - Erick's background 4:59 - Seeing people struggle 8:45 - Being self driven 12:25 - Having people's support 15:02 - Erik's intro to investing 18:26 - Value investing 25:20 - The value of growth (Apple) 29:26 - Cash flows & management 33:10 - Networking via Twitter 38:36 - Learning from Patrick O'Shaughnessy & Chris Bloomstran 41:13 - Adding value to a community 44:35 - Erick's newsletter 48:28- Restoration Hardware 58:47 - Holding through volatility 1:02:08 - Managing emotion 1:03:49 - Learning every day 1:08:15 - Twitter's potential 1:14:19 - African Markets 1:17:01 - Activism 1:21:02 - Takeaways from Michael Mauboussin
2006 - Epping, New Hampshire. Sheila LaBarre was on the run. While only wanted for questioning in the disappearance of Kenneth Countie, Sheila didn't want to take a chance; she dyed her hair bright red and tried to skip town with a fresh wad of cash. But while Sheila was hopping from hotel to hotel, investigators were tearing apart the secrets that lay between the walls of the historic farmhouse. With multiple burn pits, and tons of evidence collected at the scene that doesn't quite match up, police are starting to wonder if maybe Kenneth isn't the only victim of Sheila LaBarre... could they have a serial killer on their hands? This is part two (of three) of the Sheila LaBarre case. Detailed sources can be found on https://murdershetold.com/ (murdershetold.com) Connect on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/murdershetoldpodcast/ (@murdershetoldpodcast) Support the show https://www.murdershetold.com/support (here) Read: https://amzn.to/3E7UIex (Wicked Intentions) by Kevin Flynn about the Sheila LaBarre case
The Minimalists speak with Joshua Becker about Things That Matter, becoming minimalist, and finding purpose, and they answer the following questions: How do I discover what truly matters when I'm already struggling to find meaning in my daily life? (02:11) How do we discover our purposes? (02:34) Would you change your minimalist journeys based on what you know now? (08:07) How do we recoup and regroup from the past purchase of a luxury item, especially when we're trying to recover from the financial repercussions of the purchase, such as a considerable car loan? (12:47) What does Joshua Becker recommend regarding vehicle purchases? (15:33) How do I reframe minimalism as merely a tool rather than a goal? (21:39) How do I ensure my needs are met along with those for which I'm a caregiver? (29:53) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
The Minimalists talk about purchases that lead to buyer's remorse, and they answer the following questions: Does regret serve us in any way? (01:57) How do we overcome the loss and regret we feel after donating items so we don't end up simply replacing them and repeating the cycle? (06:03) How do we recognize when we're senselessly justifying a purchase that holds little to no actual benefit for us? (16:08) Do your children have any regrets? (23:45) What do we do when we experience buyer's remorse with every purchase? (27:52) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support
The Minimalists talk about the clutter that invades our counters, cabinets, and refrigerators with Max Lugavere, author of Genius Kitchen, and they answer the following questions: What is essential to prepare healthy meals? (02:39) What is a Thermapen? (04:31) Why are glass containers better for storage than plastic containers? (04:56) What is the value of the cast-iron skillet in the kitchen? (06:17) What are the pros and cons of the microwave? (11:08) What are the benefits of sous vide? (13:11) What are the dangers of using kitchen items with nonstick coatings? (13:51) What kitchen cleaning products and methods have you found safe, effective, and minimal that prevent foodborne illnesses and keep everything spotless when not in use? (20:40) How do we ensure we keep the appropriate amount of food on hand for our household? (27:16) How do we efficiently and effectively cook in tiny kitchens? (33:22) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Join The Minimalists Private Podcast: minimalists.com/support