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It's easy to find stories in the media these days about communities blocking solar, wind, and other clean energy projects. This has prompted an enormous amount of discourse about NIMBYs and the challenges of permitting projects. What's often left out of the discourse — and almost always left out of those stories — is how such community groups receive organizational help and money from billionaire-funded right-wingers. Across the country and the internet, there are hundreds of conservative think tanks, groups, and individuals working to stir up community opposition to renewable energy with misinformation and lies. With virtually no public scrutiny, they have secured state-level policies restricting renewable energy siting in dozens of states.Independent journalist Michael Thomas set about to learn more about these right-wing groups. He joined anti-renewable-energy Facebook groups, combed through the tax filings of various right-wing think tanks, and tried to trace funding sources. He published the results in his own newsletter, Distilled. I'm excited to talk to him about what he found: the groups involved, the tactics they use, the policies they've helped pass, and the best way to fight back. Get full access to Volts at www.volts.wtf/subscribe
John Stepek, editor of Bloomberg's Money Distilled newsletter says there's a Grinch that could steal Britain's Christmas. Hosts Caroline Hepker and Yuan Potts debate how soon they can break out the festive spirit(s). Bloomberg's Dan Hanson brings us the latest on the UK economy and explains the bind the government is in. Plus: Richard Donnell from Zoopla tells us pandemic property trends are going into reverse.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today's guests: - Congressman elect, Eric Sorensen,17th District - Elizabeth Lynch, Save Nile's Library - Darrel Rowland, Politics/investigative reporter for WSYX-TV,ABC affiliated in Columbus - David Witter, Author of "Distilled in Chicago"
In this episode of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's newest podcast, Go Atlanta, AJC food, dining, and living editor Ligaya Figueras sits down with the creators Distillery of Modern Art now open in Chamblee. AJC entertainment reporter Rodney Ho checks out the book “The Number Ones” that features notable Georgia artists from Gladys Knight and Ray Charles, to R.E.M. and OutKast. Plus, Rodney has a new evening multi-sensory experience that you can enjoy this winter. AJC arts and entertainment editor Shane Harrison preview this week's Go Guide, which focuses on holiday cocktails, and he'll introduce you to the pet of the week. Listen and subscribe to the new Go Atlanta podcast for free at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
https://www.whisky.de/p.php?id=XGCROSSSB Nosing 02:52 Wir verkosten den Cross Keys Botanical Small Batch Distilled Dry Gin. Mit dem Cross Keys Botanical Dry Gin vereint die Brennerei ihre vier Kernzutaten Wacholder, Lindenblüten, Rosmarin und Kamillenblüten mit dem Kräuterbitter Riga Black Balsam, dem lettischen Nationalgetränk. Das Ergebnis dieser Kombination mit insgesamt 20 Botanicals reift in der für die Brennerei typische Tonflasche zu einem fruchtig-würzigen Dry Gin heran. Jetzt auch als Podcast: https://www.whisky.de/shop/newsletter/#podcast Geschmacksbeschreibungen und Informationen finden Sie in unserem Shop auf Whisky.de Abonnieren: http://www.youtube.com/user/thewhiskystore?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whisky.de/ Telegram: https://t.me/whisky_de Merch: https://whiskyde-fanartikel.creator-spring.com/
It's the Holidays! Come and get your spirits up with us as we discuss several recent theatrical releases, as well as Apple TV release Spirited! Follow us on Twitter! (@buzzedonmovies) We are running a Shots for Retweets promotion wherein we'll dedicate a shot to you on a future episode if you retweet this one! You can also email us at email@example.com Music: "Captain Scurvy" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ With added vocal samples © 2022 Matt Cawthon and Teddy Elkins
Diane's website: DianeKazer.com Warrior Cleanse Program: Thewarriorcleanse.com Full Moon Parasite Cleanse: dianekazer.com/full-moon-parasite-cleanse Diane's 1 on 1 Detox & Heal Partnerships with Clients & Holistic Health Coach Certification: WarriorDetox.com Killer Breasts Book: KillerBreastsBook.com Explant Solution: Overcomingbreastimplantillness.com SHOP DISTILLED WATER: https://mypurewater.com/?sld=dianekazer Distill at home AND get 5% off using code: warrior5 for 5% OFF I have the ‘Mini Classic CT Countertop Water Distiller 120V' QUESTIONS? - Contact firstname.lastname@example.org OR 1-800-875-5915 and tell them Warrior Diane sent you, remind them of your 5% off coupon ‘warrior5' In this episode, I interview Dr Jay Davidson, Co-Founder of CellCore Sciences on WHY Distilled is the BEST water he recommends to avoid the common toxins found in virtually all water supplies today. You'll also see a clip to verify the comparison between Distilled and other water filtration systems claiming to rid water of toxins (when they don't): It's time to learn the truth about Distilled Water vs others even I've used in the past thinking I was drinking the cleanest water possible. What are radioactive elements and why are they so toxic to your health? What do the cause of Lyme, Ostoporosis/Osteopenia, sensitivity to EMF (30% of the population and increasing by the day) and MORE mysterious symptoms have in common and why must you know? Got ear infections? Allergies? Sinus problems? Immune deficiencies that no drugs have fixed? Antibiotic resistance? It might be this… Protocols for distillation, remineralization and super effective biohacking detoxification you won't hear anywhere else (esp mainstream media and medicine). You might be thinking “Can't I just go out and drink the Distilled Water from the jugs at the store”? And here's my take on that: AVOID buying ‘Distilled water' from the store as it's contained in plastic, one of the most toxic classification of toxins known as ‘Xenoestrogens'. We see these on over 95% of clients whose toxic burden we test (mainly BPA). Although it costs less to buy in the short run for gallons, it's more cost effective to have one at home for the whole family! Distilled water is the purest & healthiest source of water that offers optimal hydration and body cleansing. We receive it in fruits and vegetables and in the form of rain falling from the sky. It's free from inorganic minerals, radioactive elements & nano toxins vs tap water & mineral water have been linked to many diseases such as anything from cancer to Alzheimer's. I wanted to share a real conversation I saw in a ‘Mineral Balancing Thread' (we use remineralization strategies in our protocols to help bring clients back to life since they are the sparkplugs of life) …start convo… Q Several days ago there was a discussion on distilled water. It was a big debate and I wanted to read it but not sure where it is. My holistic practitioner said to only drink distilled but there seemed to be a lot of negative comments. I'd love some advice or links etc if possible. I'm spending a small fortune on buying distilled water. A I don't think anyone needs to fear demineralization from distilled water while on comprehensive mineral program with a skilled Health Coach customizing healing protocols for clients. Many other things are far stronger demineralizers (such as Reverse Osmosis). And in the way of food…Leafy greens, and green smoothies, and the biggest one? COFFEE. A lot of people are just repeating nonsense over this issue, based on the fact that "the science" shows that yes, when people start on distilled water, they "lose" more minerals than they take in. Because detoxing unneeded excess minerals is GOOD. I've been drinking distilled water since I was 18. I'm 52. I developed arthritis far more from cortisol (stress) and alcohol and mercury fillings than from distilled water. I still drink distilled water, and my arthritis is a distant memory. How could I possibly have remineralized and cured my arthritis with drinking distilled water, and drinking green smoothies, if distilled water created substantially dangerous demineralization? The answer is that distilled water has almost nothing to do with demineralizing us to a dangerous amount. Detoxing is good, and taking minerals is good, and clean distilled water is good. …end convo… And based on my research as well as the research of my colleagues Dr Jay Davidson & Dr Todd Watts, it is the ONLY water solution to protect us from the most damaging toxin, rapidly increasing in our environment: RADIOACTIVE ELEMENTS
Monique founded DNA Distillery along with her cousin James, the first-ever ever Rakija distillery of its kind in Australia. Selling out of their first batch within 3 months of launching.Distilled from fermented fruit, DNA Distillery's Rakija is made from old and full-bodied Australian shiraz and sourced from the Hilltops region in Southern NSW.DNA started when Monique told James that she wanted to put her legal career on hold with aspirations of making Rakija as the traditional runs deep within their family.Monique and James are heavily involved in every step of the process. The grapes used for the Rakija are handpicked, sorted, and fermented naturally, then distilled again to ensure maximum quality.This is just the start for the pair and I am positive that they brand will be a household name in years to come.In this episode:Graduating with honours from her law and finance degree and immediately giving it all up to chase her dream of making RakijaHaving the first ever DNA Distillery meeting at McDonald'sHow her Macedonian culture has shaped her life and why family is so importantWhy the DNA branding is so specialThe process of setting up the first distillery of it's kind with no hospitality experienceHow they have created an award winning spirit and taken the industry stormThe future of DNA and how they plan to put Rakija on the map and impact the beverage industry around the world---Follow Monique here
The diversity of Irish whiskey today is in a new league compared to just 20 years ago when a few big brands dominated the market. One of the things that defines a modern Irish whiskey is the story behind it, and few have as compelling a story as Slane Irish Whiskey. Distilled on the grounds of Slane Castle—a site famous in part for hosting huge outdoor rock concerts since the 1980s—the brand uses water from the mythologically important River Boyne and homegrown grain, prioritizes measurable sustainability practices, and weaves the legacy of its rock-n-roll history into their finished products.We are thrilled to be joined this week by Slane Irish Whiskey co-founder and global brand ambassador Alex Conyngham. We speak with Alex about growing up at Slane Castle, his family's environmental legacy, and what it was like to build a competitive global brand in a competitive spirits marketplace. We also discuss what it means to be truly sustainable in the distilling world, as well as how artisan food and drink producers collaborate to support one another in the Boyne Valley.Dyed Green is a project of Bog & Thunder, whose mission is to highlight the best of Irish food and culture, through food tours, events, and media. Find out more at www.bogandthunder.com.Dyed Green is Powered by Simplecast.
Life Distilled'An art critic finds himself enthralled by the strange glass statues of an upcoming modern artist.'Written by Georgia CookNarrated by Josh CurranEdited by Duncan MuggletonWith music by Blear MoonAnd Thom Robson (https://www.thomrobsonmusic.com/)And sound effects provided by Freesound.orgThe episode illustration was provided by Luke Spooner of Carrion House (https://carrionhouse.com/)A quick thanks to our community managers, Joshua Boucher and Jasmine ArchAnd Carolyn O'Brien for helping with our submission reading.And to Ben Errington for rustling together the most incredible content sandwiches that he serves from his social media sandwich van. Some cheese, some onion, and the best ingredient… bread!Georgia Cook is an illustrator and writer from London. She is the winner of the LISP 2020 Flash Fiction Prize, and has been shortlisted for the Bridport Prize, Staunch Book Prize and Reflex Fiction Award, among others. She can be found on twitter at @georgiacooked and on her website at https://www.georgiacookwriter.com/Josh Curran is a narrator and writer. He has narrated many episodes of The Other Stories over the show's lifetime. He is also the creator of the horror Audio-Drama podcast, Miscreation. You can follow him on twitter, @jcurranwriterYou can join our Bookclub, Movieclub, and writing exercises over at Facebook.com/groups/theotherstories.T-shirts, mugs, posters, and comic books are available at www.gumroad.com/hawkandcleaverGet help with your short stories and your podcasts by heading to TheOtherStories.Net/servicesThe Other Stories is a production of the story studio, Hawk & Cleaver, and is brought to you with a Creative Commons – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives license. Don't change it. Don't sell it. But by all means… share the hell out of it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The CIO of FAT Brands, Michael Chachula, brings the heat to our CTO Trailblazer series talking about all things technology, customer experience, marketing hacks, and how the restaurant world evolved from a show to a dance post pandemic. Are you dancing with your customers? Or still operating a static show? Hot Takes: Training your guests on effectively using all the available order channels is critical to improving order accuracy and avoiding defection. 5 Components of FAT Brands tech organization - Technology, Data, Security, Digital, and Tech Ops. Best of Breed, Distilled. (hint: it's a mutt). Best of Breed is what's best for you.Biggest barriers facing CIO/CTOs - security, talent pool, supply chainHottest trends - metaverse, bitcoinHow FAT is building a technology toolbox that's flexible, future-proof and built on a solid foundation. Bolt-on is now glue-on. It's a living organism. The Vision (4 things) - Solid Foundation, Flexible Stack, Control of Data, Personalized Experiences.Don't give up your soul to pursue your dreams. Build a deep, rich network personally and professionally. Keep your people close, have fun at work, and include loved ones in your work travel!Michael's Advice - Listen and Love
This week in Kentucky Politics…Democrats are hoping the state Supreme Court will strike down Republican-drawn redistricting maps. And next year's political races continue to take shape as candidates file to run for governor, attorney general, and more. Kentucky Public Radio's Divya Karthikeyan and Ryland Barton have this week's edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled.
AKA: the worst idea ever! Its happening! Distilled sadness. Join The Gentlemen as they punish themselves for your entertainment. They try to stomach both Malort and Buckfast in this episode. Two of the worst alcoholic beverages ever created. MST Rating: Don't do it! Support the show
Distilled Discussions is our brand new series of bonus mini-episodes where the guys sit down for more focused succinct discussions for 15-20 minutes opposed to our usual 2 hours. Future episodes will be available exclusively on our Patreon but as with everything, the first one's free. Endless sequels are all but expected in today's cinematic landscape, so Max James and Ryan sit down to try and figure out why so many fail to capture the magic of the first and which ones manage to live up or exceed the originals. Like what we're doing? Want to choose future episodes? Gain access to bonus episodes? Check out our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/goodbrewsbadviews Opening: M33 Project - Stereo Funk
Martin Lien + Matt Morfopolous | Volt - The First Messaging Ops Tool Managing your SMS deliverability takes a lot of manual effort to measure, understand, & improve - it shouldn't After running an SMS Marketing company for over 3.5 years, we found that while Twilio made building SMS functionality functional, they didn't make it scalable. There is still no proactive notification when issues occur, and error documentation is vague, resulting in it taking on average 13 hours to resolve each issue. With Volt, that is a thing of the past. For the first time, companies save hundreds of hours managing their SMS deliverability with a streamlined analytics tool that proactively keeps them informed on delivery issues and tells them how to fix them - saving their bottom line and top line. Now, those engineering resources can be re-directed where they belong - back to doubling down on the company's competitive edge, building revenue-driving solutions. About the founders: Martin Lien - Originally from Norway. Previously with AI omnichannel startup OneReach in Denver. Lead growth for medical device startup Martin Bionics. Matt Morfopoulos - Also, there wasn't any room for me to add Matt's bio and headshot, so here goes: "Originally from Philadelphia. Previous new business at McCann agency. Lead growth experimentation & guerilla marketing for countless brands. --- This episode is sponsored by Tequila 512: Tequila 512 is an Austin owned and operated tequila company. Distilled in Jalisco, it's made from 100% blue agave and real volcanic spring water. Crisp and clean with just a hint of sweetness – it's the perfect anytime tequila! Whether you've been coding all day and need to unwind, or your VC group is throwing a party – you can always count on Tequila 512 to bring you incredible tequila at an incredible price. You can find the Blanco, Reposado, or Anejo at your local retailer. Check them out at http://www.tequila512.com/ --
Cape Byron Single Malt Whisky is undoubtedly one of the highest profile Australian whisky launches of 2022.This is in no small part due to the involvement of an absolute legend of Scotch whisky, Jim McEwan, previously of the Bowmore, Bruichladdich and Ardnahoe distilleries on Islay.Coming up, you're going to hear how Jim connected with Australian Eddie Brook, who founded Cape Byron Distillery on his family's farm in the Byron Bay hinterland in 2016.You might have already come across the Brookie's Byron Dry Gin that's been on the market a few years now.And you're about to be hearing a lot more about its whiskies. Distilled by Eddie with oversight from Jim, the first batch was released in September, and the duo have big plans for their unique expression of Australian single malt.Click here to open episode in your podcast player.
Distilled spirits are an amazingly tough market. It never ceases to amaze me how the segment can absorb another premium spirit. But this premium spirit is un unique; it is non-GMO. Wine Talks recently had the guest of a GMO probiotic that helps reduce the symptoms of a hangover…now on the opposite side of the spectrum, we have Mark Anderson who created the largest source of non-GMO rum and vodka. His passion is evident when he delves into the sources of his spirits and the logistical path he and his wife have created. Hang on to your hats, you are about to be educated.
Dayne Young and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. Primary games include Georgia at Kentucky, Ole Miss at Arkansas and Tennessee at South Carolina. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
On this episode of Sundays' Sip Sonja is taking through the taste notes of AH Hirsh 16 Years. This bourbon is bottled from a single 400 barrel batch commissioned by Adolph Hirsch and distilled under contract at Michter's distillery (then known as Pennco). Be sure to follow Sonja on her Instagram @so_dramgood. Looking for a new glass to try your whiskey? Check out WHISDOM GLASS (https://whiskeywhisdom.com/?via=hoodsommelier ) Use code TTIBP to get 10% of your first purchase. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoodsom/support
This week in Kentucky politics… A win for abortion rights advocates as Kentucky voters defeat Amendment 2, the closely watched anti-abortion amendment on the ballot. U.S Senator Rand Paul scores a third term, defeating his Democratic opponent Charles Booker.. And Republicans rack up state house and senate seats, increasing their supermajorities in both branches. Kentucky Public Radio's Divya Karthikeyan and Ryland Barton take one last pre-election look during this week's edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled.
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. Main games in the league this week include Alabama vs. Ole Miss, Georgia vs. Mississippi State, and LSU vs. Arkansas. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
On today's episode we have a glass of Brenne French Single Malt! A light, floral single malt from the cognac region of france. We talk single malts, cognac, and the french! All that and more on today's episode of Whiskey Chasers!Our Website is www.whiskeychaserspod.com, check us out! Thanks, and enjoy the show!Be sure to show some love for the company that brought you today's bottle!https://www.brennewhisky.com/ I am a part of a secret santa whiskey exchange and one of the couples in the group told me about this awesome French single malt whiskey that they found and fell in love with. I went looking-Brenne was founded and started by former ballerina turned whiskey entrepreneur, Allison Parc-Created with the help of a third generation cognac maker on his family farm in cognac France-There are over 40 distilleries in France that produce French whiskey. Not all are single malt some a blends-The first French whisky was produced at Warenghem distillery in 1987, who then introduced the first single malt French whisky in 1998-According to a study in 2016, the French are the largest consumers of single malt whisky in the world, especially ScotchRules for French Whiskey-The country as a whole follows the same rules as Scotch/Irish whiskey, but two regions of the country don't have to adhere to the those rules because they already had rules:-Brittany• Mashed, fermented, distilled, and aged in oak for a min. of 3 years in Brittany.• Bottled at 40% ABV or greater.• Distilled once, twice, or continuously in a pot, column, or hybrid still.• May use malted barley, corn, wheat, rye, spelt, triticale, oat, or buckwheat (which is also used to make the region's famous crêpes, called galettes).• Caramel coloring is permitted.-Alsace• Mashed, fermented, distilled, and aged in oak for a min. of 3 years in Alsace.• Bottled at 40% ABV or greater.• Double-distilled in a pot still (hybrid pot-columns with no more than three plates are allowed).• Made from 100% malted barley.• May be moved to a non-oak cask after 3 years of maturation.• Age statements permitted for whisky 6 years of age or more.• No coloring is permitted.-Two types of heirloom barley grown on the estate are the starting point for Brenne. After malting, a proprietary strain of yeast that has been in the distiller's family for generations is added for fermentation, creating a beautiful floral mash.-It is then twice distilled in an Alembic Still, an early version of a pot still and works the same way. Often considered the first still, invented in Egypt. -The liquid is then rested in signature barrels, new French Limousin oak and Cognac casks, before being proofed with water from the Charente river for bottling. The result is Brenne, the first single malt to be aged only in these 2 barrels.-This bottle, the 10 year old, is only produced and bottled once a year.-300 cases annually selected from 4 barrelsWebsite:www.whiskeychaserspod.com Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/whiskeychaserspodcastInsta:https://www.instagram.com/whiskeychaserspodcast/TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@whiskeychaserspodcastThanks For Listening! Tell a Friend!
You do not want to miss this! We talk yoga, inclusivity, migration and self-care with Dianne Bondy. The mic drop moments though! Dianne's pronouns are she/her, she is an Author, Speaker, Activist & Yogi and the leader of the Yoga For All movement. Her inclusive approach to yoga empowers anyone to practise—regardless of their shape, size, ethnicity, or level of ability. Dianne is revolutionising yoga by educating yoga instructors around the world on how to make their classes welcoming for all kinds of practitioners. Change Agent in Modern Yoga, Dianne's commitment to increasing diversity in yoga has been recognized in her work with Pennington's, Gaiam, and the Yoga & Body Image Coalition, as well as in speaking engagements at Princeton, Duke, University of Buffalo and UC Berkeley on Yoga, Race, and Diversity. Her writing is published in Yoga and Body Image Volume 1, Yoga Renegades, and Yes Yoga Has Curves. Master Yoga Teacher Dianne is the author of the international best selling book, Yoga for Everyone, co-author of Yoga Where You Are, and a frequent contributor to Yoga International, DoYou, Yoga Girl, and Omstars. She has been featured in publications such as The Guardian, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Mashable, and People. Mentions: Connect with Dianne: Website: diannebondyyoga.com, yogaforalltraining.com, yogaforeveryone.tv Audre Lorde: “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare”. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/audre-lorde Brene Brown: https://brenebrown.com/ Maya Angelou: “I am the hope and the dream of the slave”. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/46446/still-i-rise Layla Saad: http://laylafsaad.com/ Ahimsa Connect with us: Ama Rouge Website: www.wearewildwithin.com IG: @powerup.podcast @ama.rouge @wearewildwithin @rougedoesfood LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/ama-rouge-870b60138 FB: AmaRougemoves Twitter: @podcastpowerup Ella Mesma Website: www.ellamesma.co.uk, www.mayagandaia.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ella-mesma-b6071320/ IG: @powerup.podcast @Ellamesma @Maya_Gandaia FB:@EllaMesma @MayaGandaia Twitter: @podcastpowerup Music by Tomo Carter IG: @tomocarter Everything else brought to you by us, the PowerUp! power team
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. Main games include Georgia vs. Tennessee, Alabama vs. LSU, and Florida vs. Texas A&M. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com.
Join me as I chat Donegal distilling history, discuss the idea of smoky whiskey and how the myths around scotch and Irish whiskey developed with James Doherty. James is the Founder of the Sliabh Liag Distillers' Ardara Distillery, the producer of Silkie, one of the new breeds of Irish Whiskeys hitting your local whiskey retailer. The land of illicit spirits, Ardara breaks that trend with their brand new distillery. We'll talk about peat (or turf) as it is called in Ireland, discuss why Donegal may have gone the direction of illegal distillation, taste Midnight Silkie, and discuss tours and visiting Donegal's 3 new distilleries.
Dan McConnell is the owner of McConnell Farms, a family-owned farm based in Henderson County, North Carolina. Since its establishment in the 1940s, McConnell Farms has grown and produced a wide variety of crops and livestock. Today, the farm primarily focuses on growing row crops such as strawberries, blackberries, and corn as well as fruit trees. Dan holds a Bachelor's degree in Horticulture with a special focus on Fruits and Vegetables from North Carolina State University. McConnell Farms is one of our generous donors of fresh-pressed cider that allows our students to learn hands-on how to ferment and develop great-tasting brandy and other adult beverages. Dan joins me for today's Booze Clues segment and discusses why life's too short to drink bad brandy. We discuss how consumers can change the flavor profile of various wines and brandies by adding a fruit juice ice cube to their beverage. Dan explains the “variety trials” at his farm and how they are creating new heirloom fruits for consumers. We also discuss why consumers want smaller apples than in previous years when he expects to see high-yield harvests from his fruit trees and the real reason why Johnny Appleseed started planting apple trees. This week on Consuming the Craft: ● Changing the flavor profile of adult beverages with fruit juice ice cubes.● Tasting “a winner” of the peach variety trials at McConnell Farms.● Distilled spirits with figs.● CBI's experiment with concentrating ginger.● Marrying apricots, peaches, and other fruits to create heirloom fruits.● Why consumers want smaller fruits.● When to expect high yields from fruit tree crops. Connect with Dan McConnell: ● McConnell Farms● McConnellFarms@BellSouth.net● (828) 692-2819
This week in Kentucky politics… Lawmakers from the pro-life caucus hold a presser to dispel ‘misinformation' around the abortion amendment… Governor Beshear announces an ambitious education plan… And a look at early voting options ahead of Election day.. Kentucky Public Radio's Divya Karthikeyan and WFPL's Bec Feldhaus Adams have this week's edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled.
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. Primary games include: Kentucky vs. Tennessee, Ole Miss vs. Texas A&M, and Georgia vs. Florida. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
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What a great conversation with Ben Natarajan, tech exec and your not so average Joe. Join us to hear the conversation and learn about his:· Morning routine done his way (the opposite of what everyone says to do!)· LOVE for food + knowledge.· Message that ‘average' is good!· Greatest highlight he learned about himself.· Goals being his own, not someone else's. · Distilled inflection points on his journey.· Advice to identify your skill of strength.· ‘Goal posts' lesson.· Approach to the upside! Ben offers such vulnerable insight into his journey and what he has learned along the way. His suggestions and viewpoints on how others can make the shift is spot on. The conversation is important, as it gives permission to release false expectations and allowing ourselves to be content and fulfilled with where we are in career and life and celebrate our already fantastic achievements. Recommendations from Ben:· Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari· Loonshots: How to Nurture the Crazy Ideas that Win Wars, Cure Diseases, and Transform Industries by Safi Bahcall· The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGhee. Listen here https://angiemccourt.transistor.fm/episodesToday book #2 Authentic Leadership: Embracing Your Archetypal gifts is available on Amazon and other major online retailers. It's All About Authentic Leadership! Love Your Gifts introduces 11 authentic leadership gifts and how to shift from behavior patterns of outdated leadership styles. Available in paperback.
This week in Kentucky politics… US Senate candidates Rand Paul and Charles Booker hit the road in the final leg of their campaigns. And there was a last-minute disqualification for a state legislative seat. Kentucky Public Radio's Divya Karthikeyan (CAR-thih-CAY-un) and Ryland Barton have this week's edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Distilled Representations Research Agenda, published by Hoagy on October 18, 2022 on The AI Alignment Forum. Introduction I've recently been given funding from the Long Term Future Fund to develop work on an agenda I'll tentatively call Distilled Representations, and I'll be working on this full-time over the next 6 months with Misha Wagner (part time). We're working on a way of training autoencoders so that they can only represent information in certain ways - ways that we can define in a flexible manner. It works by training multiple autoencoders to encode a set of objects, while for some objects defining a preferred representation that the autoencoders are encouraged to encode the objects as. We then distill these multiple autoencoders into single autoencoder which encodes only that information which is encoded in the same way across the different autoencoders. If we are correct, this new autoencoder should only encode information using the preferred strategy. Vitally, this can be not just the original information in the preferred representations, but also information represented by generalizations of that encoding strategy. It is similar to work such as Concept Bottleneck Models but we hope the distillation from multiple models should allow interpretable spaces in a much broader range of cases. The rest of this post gives more detail of the intuition that we hope to build into a useful tool, some toy experiments we've performed to validate the basic concepts, the experiments that we hope to build in the future, and the reasons we hope it can be a useful tool for alignment. We'd like to make sure we understand what similar work has been done and where this work could be useful. If you're familiar with disentangled representations, or interpretability tools more generally, we're interested in having a chat. You can reach me here on LessWrong or at email@example.com. Previous versions of similar ideas can be found in my ELK submission and especially Note-taking Without Hidden Messages. Intuition The intuition that this work builds on is the following: With neural networks, the meanings of the weights and activations are usually opaque but we're often confident about the kind of thing that the network must be representing, at least for some cases or parts of the input distribution. In those cases where we understand what the network is representing, we can condense this understanding into a vector, thus defining a 'preferred representation' which encapsulates that knowledge. We can compress the NN's state with an autoencoder, while in those cases with preferred representations, encouraging the encoding to be as close as possible to the preferred representation. We expect that this running this compression results in the known information being compressed in the manner specified by the preferred representations, while other important information also being snuck in wherever possible. If we then train multiple encoder/decoder systems, they will use the preferred representation, but also will use generalizations of the preferred representations. Additional info that is not a generalization of the preferred representation scheme will also be encoded, but the encoding scheme for additional information will vary between different encoder/decoder pairs. Using methods such as retraining a new encoder to encode for randomly shuffled decoders at each batch, we can create an encoder that uses a generalization of our preferred encoding scheme, without containing additional, misleading information. There are quite a few leaps in this reasoning, and we view the key assumptions / hypotheses to be tested as the following: In relevant situations we can define preferred representations. We can force encoders to use not just these representations but meaningful generalizations ...
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. Featured games this week include Alabama at Tennessee, Mississippi State at Kentucky, and LSU at Florida. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
This week in Kentucky politics…Abortion rights supporters continue to outraise opponents in the fight over Kentucky's anti-abortion consitutional amendment. A conservative super PAC is pouring money into Kentucky judicial races. And the state Supreme Court heard arguments over a school choice law. Kentucky Public Radio's Divya Karthikeyan and Ryland Barton have this week's edition of Kentucky Politics Distilled.
In a world where simplicity is attractive, Avisha NessAiver, founder of Distilled Science, bucks trends while setting out to improve his health, income, & productivity by 10x. We talk about technology in our daily work lives, the importance of having a digital second brain, and the need for adequate nutrition as we age.Chapter Summaries:[00:00:00] - Avisha NessAiver is the founder of Distilled Science, a blog dedicated to science-backed optimization and performance. He is a founder, speaker, futurist, and engineer.[00:00:41] - Avisha has recently started a series where he aims to 10x his health, productivity, and income. His approach is more ambitious than practical and believes it's better to have slightly unattainable goals and fall slightly short than to have something that's consistently attainable.[00:01:53] - The 80/20 rule states that you should aim to fail at least 20% of the time for maximal learning and improvement. The best learning speed is if you understand a good percentage of a task and then fill in the gaps with practice.[00:05:40] - In the last two years, Avisha's listened to over 25 million words using the Speechify app, and he's the number one user of the app. He regularly e-mails the company about bugs in the app and they try to fix them.[00:08:43] - Notion is a notetaking app on steroids combined with a content management system that allows you to create interlinked databases. Avisha's website is built in Notion, and he plans to give people access to his digital brain as a constantly growing resource.[00:11:37] - In the information age, it's important to have a digital second brain. Avisha recommends Building a Second Brain by Tiago Forte to help people get started with setting up their own digital back brains.[00:14:39] - The education system still needs to realize that our brains are made for critical thinking, not storing facts.[00:18:57] - Fitness trackers are overused and underused. The best use of a fitness tracker is for personal tracking and motivation, not to provide ground truth values. The relative accuracy is typically a lot more reliable than the absolute accuracy.[00:21:28] - Science media outlets sometimes report relative risk reduction instead of absolute risk reduction. The dose makes the poison, and animal studies often use extremely high doses to evaluate effects of environmental toxicants.[00:24:53] - Hormesis posits that small amounts of stressors can be beneficial to the body. However, certain enzymatic pathways in your body have a finite ability to break down compounds like caffeine and cocaine. Cumulative effects matter, and stress in general can lead to excessive cortisol production.[00:30:58] - Minor to moderate alcohol consumption is associated with increased lifespan compared to complete abstinence or heavy drinking, but it's clear that any amount of alcohol is toxic to the system. Drinking facilitates social bonding, which may be accounting for the increase in lifespan.[00:36:39] - Polyphenol-rich red wine, sometimes purported to contribute to gut health, may have more adverse effects than beneficial ones.[00:39:38] - Avisha and Nita have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a condition characterized by problems with the collagen production system in the body, leaving connective tissue weaker and more prone to injury. Avisha's workout protocol is to use a lot of volume at lower percentages of the one rep maximum and slowly build up towards overall muscular increases. Working out is important for people as they get older to prevent sarcopenia.[00:44:40] - As we get older, our need for protein increases due to the loss of muscle mass. Most people lose around 1% muscle mass per year after the age of 50. Gaining more muscle during your 20s and 30s will help offset this loss. 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight is a good guideline for putting on muscle mass, but it's not enough for most people.[00:46:52] - There are many reasons why protein and muscle are essential for maintaining optimal health as we age. When you have more muscle, you are better able to move your body and maintain an active lifestyle. If your muscle starts degrading, your overall lifestyle becomes more sedentary.[00:48:53] - In his science communication strategy, Avisha tries to let the sources provide the authority and translate them in a way that is accessible to someone without a scientific background. In order to film a 60-second Tik Tok video, he spends hours reading through research papers. He plans to create more long-form content and believes personalized, targeted interventions are the future of medicine.[00:56:29] - The government is the single largest payer that will benefit from a preventative approach. The change will likely happen through the payers that are more agile and backed by things like insurance companies and large employers who will be incentivized to have a healthier employee base.[00:58:55] - There needs to be a shift in medical education towards preventative approaches rather than exclusively operating under a “diagnose then drug” paradigm. Western medicine system is very good at treating acute problems, but chronic conditions like fibromyalgia can have multiple root causes. Functional medicine doctors are known for looking at holistic approaches.[01:02:28] - Avisha tries to find a middle ground between the traditional and alternative medicine camps and believes there needs to be greater oversight in the functional wellness space. In its current form, FMT lacks standardization. Some microbes might be beneficial in one body and not in another.Connect with Avisha on TikTok & Instagram! If you enjoyed this episode, you can support the show. Thanks for listening! This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit nitajain.substack.com
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. Featured games include Tennessee vs. LSU, Auburn vs. Georgia, Arkansas vs. Mississippi State, Texas A&M vs. Alabama. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
Results: Getting Beyond Politics to Get Important Work Done by Charlie Baker, Steve Kadish A Leader's Guide to Executing Change and Delivering Results. Governor Charlie Baker, one of the most popular governors in the United States, with a reputation for getting things done, wants to put the service back into public service: "Wedge issues may be great for making headlines," he writes, "but they do not move us forward. Success is measured by what we accomplish together. Our obligation to the people we serve is too important to place politics and partisanship before progress and results." For the Governor and his longtime associate Steve Kadish, these words are much more than political platitudes. They are at the heart of a method for delivering results—and getting past politics—the two developed while working together in top leadership positions in the public and private sectors. Distilled into a four-step framework, Results is the much-needed implementation guide for anyone in public service, as well as for leaders and managers in large organizations hamstrung by bureaucracy and politics. With a broad range of examples, Baker, a Republican, and Kadish, a Democrat, show how to move from identifying problems to achieving results in a way that bridges divides instead of exacerbating them. They show how government can be an engine of positive change and an example of effective operation, not just a hopeless bureaucracy. Results is not only about getting things done, but about renewing people's faith in public service. Empty promises feed disengagement when instead we need confidence in our government and the services it delivers. When a mob attacked the US Capitol Building on January 6, 2021, the very core of our democracy and our sense of government were threatened. Demonstrating that government can work—the goal of this book—is vital to ensuring the future of our democracy.
Abigail Rose Baez | Blended Sense - Creative Intelligence for a New Kind of Production In a content-driven world- creativity wears the crown. Those who make it hold the keys, and those who need it are desperate to have it. Especially at the local scale. The past 3 years required all business owners to find a way to communicate online- in every area of their business- with content. Still, the content creation industry is clunky and outdated. Traditional routes of paying a high premium for one piece of content from an agency is antiquated. As for the creative freelancers- talented but too common- they struggle with customer service, project management, and accounting while running their business solo. Blended Sense is on a mission to connect the local business owner to the local creative pro. On their end-to-end media production platform, Customers purchase Production Credits to redeem on a Menu of Digital Assets, schedule and attend their Content Sweep, collaborate and create with their matched Creative Team, and access organized ready-to-publish digital assets. It takes the guess work out of content creation, de-risks the investment in creative resources, and frees the business owner of the logistical stress that comes with producing content. Co-founded by Abigail and Albert Baez, artists and builders from the Northeast and ATX locals coming up on a decade- the company strives to lead with empathy, #Safesets, and creative tech innovation. About Abigail: Abigail Rose Baez is an artist and builder who really enjoys play, creatively solving problems, and all forms of story telling. Co founding Blended Sense with her husband was the result of experiencing the pain points they are solving for within her own acting career, and commiserating turned brainstorming together. She wears the scars of entrepreneurship while becoming a mother in a pandemic proudly and published her first book titled "The Year You Were Born" in April 2022 about the experience. She is grateful to have been warmly embraced almost 8 years ago by Texans, but is still a proud Masshole at heart. She owes so much to the Texas film industry for teaching her how to be on camera. --- This episode is sponsored by Tequila 512: Tequila 512 is an Austin owned and operated tequila company. Distilled in Jalisco, it's made from 100% blue agave and real volcanic spring water. Crisp and clean with just a hint of sweetness – it's the perfect anytime tequila! Whether you've been coding all day and need to unwind, or your VC group is throwing a party – you can always count on Tequila 512 to bring you incredible tequila at an incredible price. You can find the Blanco, Reposado, or Anejo at your local retailer. Check them out at http://www.tequila512.com/ --
Adelaide spent years assessing risk for an insurance company, using her math background to save money and work out inefficiencies. During COVID she got the entrepreneurship bug and changed gears entirely. Now a couple of years into building a spirits brand from scratch she shares her story - why she made the leap to the alcohol industry, her passion behind the Brazilian drink of cachaca, and a few pointers on getting a company started from the ground up.Special Mentions:Kachaca SpiritsClassic Caipirinha RecipeWhat is Cachaça? Cachaça is the National Spirit of Brazil and the third most popular spirit in the world with nearly 1 billion liters produced each year. Distilled from fresh sugar cane juice, cachaça production predates Caribbean rum by more than 100 years and has a fruiter, lighter, more floral flavor than rums made from molasses.How to Get Market-Ready: Wine and Spirits by Steve RayThank you to Tony Stuck for the awesome intro/outro music and to Mary Ann King for the amazing pod art that you see for every episode. If you've enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, and review to help out this podcast! 5 stars goes a long long way and I so appreciate your support. I know it says write a review and that can be daunting but apparently Apple isn't asking for a novel. A simple Hey! What's up? Would be more than fine!And for more information about me and this podcast visit us online at othercwords.com or follow us @othercwords. Talk to you soon! And thanks for joining me today!
Happy Anniversary to Distilled (the) Bourbon Podcast!!!To celebrate we are posting this celebrating the fraternal nature of the bourbon life as it is embodied in various Bourbon Societies.Thank you to all our listeners! We appreciate you!#bourbonBIG Bourbon Club Episode - https://distilledbourbonpodcast.com/?p=174
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. The main course games this week include Miami at Texas A&M, Mississippi State at LSU, Georgia at South Carolina and the whole slate of SEC games. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
My guest today is Harley Finkelstein. Harley is the President of Shopify and has been with the company since its early years. He is a lawyer by training but an entrepreneur by calling and that is the focus of our discussion. We discuss the different dimensions of entrepreneurship and Shopify's role in promoting it, as well as exploring the company's transition to public markets, and what the last few years have been like. Please enjoy my discussion with Harley Finkelstein. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to mentioned content, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Canalyst. Canalyst is the leading destination for public company data and analysis. If you're a professional equity investor and haven't talked to Canalyst recently, you should give them a shout. Learn more and try Canalyst for yourself at canalyst.com/Patrick. ----- Today's episode is brought to you by Brex. Brex is the integrated financial platform trusted by the world's most innovative entrepreneurs and fastest-growing companies. With Brex, you can move money fast for instant impact with high-limit corporate cards, payments, venture debt, and spend management software all in one place. Ready to accelerate your business? Learn more at brex.com/best. ----- Invest Like the Best is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Invest Like the Best, visit joincolossus.com/episodes. Past guests include Tobi Lutke, Kevin Systrom, Mike Krieger, John Collison, Kat Cole, Marc Andreessen, Matthew Ball, Bill Gurley, Anu Hariharan, Ben Thompson, and many more. Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here. Follow us on Twitter: @patrick_oshag | @JoinColossus Show Notes [00:02:26] - [First question] - His interpretation and definition of a person's life's work [00:05:50] - The story of the riverstone and the average polished executive [00:08:36] - The thing he can't help but do; and focusing on our compulsions [00:13:12] - How he would boil things down to the most simple entrepreneurial formula; Distilled [00:16:38] - What is harder and easier about new business formation today [00:21:03] - The countervailing forces for small-to-medium business entrepreneurship [00:24:31] - What he's learned about operationalizing ideas and mentor lessons [00:29:08] - A piece of fortune cookie advice that he finds terrible [00:30:49] - How Brands Grow; his philosophy on marketing & distribution [00:35:27] - The most effective distribution strategies he's seen work in Shopify that might be portable to other businesses [00:38:43] - What it was like getting their first app developer for the Shopify app store [00:41:17] - The state of ecommerce today writ large and what trends are interesting [00:45:46] - Lessons learned about the digital places that people are buying [00:49:06] - What it's been like as an executive working at a company that had their stock price explode over the pandemic [00:52:25] - Tips for communicating effectively with Wall Street [00:54:14] - An investor that stands out in memory that really impressed him [00:55:10] - Important aspects of his world that are worth mentioning [00:57:04] - Lessons learned about motivating people through DJing [00:59:12] - Whether or not reading the crowd can apply to business [01:03:49] - The kindest thing anyone has ever done for him
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. The main feature games this week: Alabama at Texas, Kentucky at Florida, South Carolina at Arkansas, and Tennessee at Pittsburgh. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
Jim Donnan, Dayne Young, and Brent Rollins from UGASports.com bring you Around The League, the weekly podcast that touches on every matchup in the SEC. The main course games this week include Georgia vs. Oregon, Utah vs. Florida, Florida State vs. LSU, and Cincinnati vs. Arkansas. The show is presented by Conner Grading and Landscaping. Whether moving Earth or improving an outdoor living area, learn how they can make your yard game day ready at: www.connergrading.com. The show is also presented by ASW Distillery. It's the only distillery in the country founded by multiple UGA graduates. Check out their tasting rooms and products that are Distilled by Dawgs: www.aswdistillery.com
Did your parents ever force you into any activities? Have you ever chosen not to do something because your parents were doing it? Felipe Engineer- Manriquez is not your typical engineer! Today we will be talking about the soap opera of scrum methodology! He uses walk up music in his keynotes to jolt the audience to life and learned public speaking from his daddy! What can I get the audience to do? Who can I connect with? How do I rope them back in if I lose them? What works and what doesn't? Are you conditioned to play it safe? Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy. Felipe Engineer-Manriquez is a best-selling author, international keynote speaker, The EBFC Show podcast host, and proven construction change-maker from million to billion dollar-sized projects and companies worldwide implementing Lean and Agile practices. Felipe Engineer-Manriquez is a Registered Scrum Trainer™ (RST), Registered Scrum Master™ (RSM), Registered Product Owner™ (RPO), and Registered Scrum@Scale Practitioner™ (RS@SP). The Lean Construction Institute awarded him the Chairman's Award (2019) for contributions to the Institute and the design and construction industry as a whole. Connect with Felipe https://www.theebfcshow.com/ thefelipe.bio.link Link to Dr. Jeff Sutherland episode mentioned in episode https://www.theebfcshow.com/scrum-in-construction-dr-jeff-sutherland/ Connect with Reena bettercalldaddy.com linkedin.com/in/reenafriedmanwatts twitter.com/reenareena instagram.com/reenafriedmanwatts Me and my daddy would love to hear from you subscribe and drop a five star rating ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy podchaser.com/bettercalldaddy https://youtube.com/c/BetterCallDaddy