In this episode, Ab speaks with Azman Jaafar, Managing Partner and one of the founding members of RHTLaw Asia on how legal technology can drive success in a law firm.This episode is a special segment to the article "How Legal Tech Innovation Can Drive Success in Your Firm" which was published in the Singapore Law Gazette in October 2021.
Nick Ferrari looks at the governments new plans to push for Net Zero, with questions over how it can be compatible with the government's levelling up agenda with Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng. Plus, we celebrate the life and work of legendary composer Leslie Bricusse.
If you are planning a fossil field trip to Harrison Lake, this is the episode for you! We'll talk about getting there. What to bring and what you'll find. Drive the 30 km up Forestry Road #17, stopping just past Hale Creek at 49.5° N, 121.9° W: paleo-coordinates 42.5° N, 63.4° W, on the west side of Harrison Lake. You'll see Long Island to your right. The first of the yummy fossil exposures are just north of Hale Creek on the west side of the lake on the west side of the road. Drive just past them and park on your right. You are looking for the dark grey rock with the fossils showing up either dark grey, grey-brown or black. You will want to look both in the bedrock, in the loose material that gathers in the ditches and for large dark grey boulders the size of dishwashers packed with Buchia — sometimes made entirely of these densely packed bivalves. Buchia populated our Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous waters like a team sport. When they thrived they really thrived, building up large coquinas of the material that make up much of the rock you will find at Harrison and other sites in the Northern Hemisphere. WHAT TO BRING: As with all trips into British Columbia's wild places, you will want to dress for the weather. This is a good site for hiking boots, raingear, gloves, eye protection and a good geologic hammer and chisel. Fill your gas tank and pack a tasty lunch. You will definitely want to bring your camera for the blocks of Buchia too big to carry. If you take some good photos, I would love to see them. Wear bright clothing and keep your head covered. If it is a larger group, those collecting below may want to consider hardhats in case of small rock falls. These are most often chunks of rock the size of your fist up to the size of a grapefruit — and they pack a punch. Bring a colourful towel or something to lay your keepers on. Once you set down a rock, it is hard to find that keeper pile again as they often blend in with the surroundings. I like to wear one of those lightweight yellow construction vests over whatever I am wearing so my crew and cars can spot me. When you have finished for the day, you can compare your various treasures to see which ones you would like to keep. In British Columbia, you are a steward of the fossil, meaning these all belong to the province but you can keep them safe though cannot sell them or ship them outside British Columbia without a permit. You should be all set to celebrate a glorious day in the beautiful outdoors. I have been asked about collecting four seasons. What do we do about the weather? We live in a rainforest so collecting in sun and rain means your field season is longer. Everyone has a preference. I prefer not to collect in the snow, but I have done. While sunny days are lovely, it can be easier to see the fossil specimens at Harrison when the rock is wet. So, do we do this in the rain? Heck, yeah. Once you get home you can wash and ID your finds. I have put the scientific names here but if they occur as gobblygook, don't worry. Harrison does not have a huge variety of fossil fauna. Essentially, if your find is coiled and round, it is an ammonite. If it is long and straight, it is a belemnite. And if it looks like a wee fat baby oyster, it is Buchia. That is not always true, but it is mostly true. And, you can proudly say that your new fossil babies are between 164.7 - 161.2 million years old. Wow, right? I know. Mindblowing. If you find something you cannot ID, send me a photo on the Fossil Huntress Facebook page and I will help you to identify it. Oh, and do be on the lookout for anything that looks like bone. This site is ripe for finding a marine reptile. Think plesiosaur, mosasaur, elasmosaur, you get the idea. Maybe the next Indiana Jones to get a new species named for them is you!
Hello everyone! I'm so glad you've joined us today for episode 127, “Don't Let Fear Drive Us Apart.” Center Stage in Paris A missionary friend serving in Paris wrote the following in a recent newsletter I received. It's about the proof of vaccination that's now being required there. “...uncertainty continues to be the order of the day. The Passe Sanitaire, literally, “Sanitary Pass” continues to fuel strong debate and disagreement as the demonstrations across the country grow each Saturday. The scientific and medical communities are divided too, and more and more people in 'high places' are speaking out against the pass. I haven't been to a single dinner, picnic, or tea with friends where it hasn't taken center stage. The angst is real! Pray for us…” And then in a recent Skype call with a missionary in Germany, they told me “the vaccination issue is all you hear in the media in Germany, almost nothing else. There's a strong appeal from the government to solidarity. That we're all in this together as good citizens and there's something wrong with you if you don't want to get the vaccine. The same thing is happening in Austria.” Both of these missionaries see fear driving us apart What the US government is doing Here in the US all across the country, the government has been offering lots of incentives. Here are a few I found from this past summer: Ohio Anyone ages 12 to 25 was eligible to win five $100,000 scholarships and 50 $10,000 scholarships. Hawaii 21 different prizes including: Airline miles and free tickets from 5 different airlines, including 50 free airline tickets from Southwest Airlines. Hotel and resort gift packages. Pizza for a Year courtesy of Papa John's $1,000 gift card courtesy of NAPA Auto Parts Massachusetts Fully vaccinated residents,18 or older, had a chance to win one of the five $1 million prizes, while those between the ages of 12 and 17 were eligible to win one of five $300,000 scholarship grants. New Mexico Five weekly drawings will award four $250,000 cash prizes each week. A grand prize of $5 million was awarded at the conclusion of the sweepstakes, in early August, to one winner drawn from the statewide pool of vaccinated New Mexicans. Memphis, Tennessee There was a sweepstake for a free car to any resident who was vaccinated. Alabama The Talladega Superspeedway is offered people aged 16 and older who choose to be tested and/or vaccinated the thrill of driving their car or truck on the 2.66-mile track. Drivers and their riders will take two laps behind a pace car at highway speed, including the 33-degree-high banks. Deleware Prison officials offered inmates five days of good time credits, a free video visit, a snack bag or a special meal, and an opportunity to be scheduled first for in-person visitations when they resume. Wisconsin $100 gift card, lots of states are doing this A free creme puff at the Wisconsin State Fair in August Indiana A box of Girl Scout cookies. Really? That's an incentive? Another idea to change people's behavior Another suggestion to encourage people to get vaccinated appeared in a letter to the editor of the Wall Street Journal. It's called the H.E.A.R. technique H. Hear. Ask open-ended questions E. Express gratitude. Thank you for sharing. A. Ask about the pros and cons of getting the vaccine R. Respond. Summarize what you've heard Pretty lame. I don't think it's going to prevent fear driving us apart. Questions we're not asking How do we improve our immune system? How did people handle the Spanish flu of 1918? What did they do to get out of it? So what does this divisive issue mean for us? How are we to view this issue in light of our relationships. How can we get the vaccine issue off center stage as my French missionary friend describes, and throw it in the dumpster out in the alley behind the theater? I have a few ideas. It starts with the observation that we are all a little afraid. The vaccinated The vaccinated are afraid the unvaccinated are going to infect us all, and then we in turn will infect others, including our loved ones. They may even end up putting us in the hospital. Or in the grave. They are afraid the unvaccinated will surely prolong this pandemic, and it will then take that much longer for life to return to normal. The vaccinated are afraid our country is turning into a nation of ignorant self-centered people who only care about themselves and not the common good. The unvacinated The unvaccinated, however, are afraid liberties are being taken away, where the government is taking more and more control of the daily lives of its citizens. They're afraid the government doesn't know what it's doing because the “science” they point to changes on a weekly basis. Remember “Two Weeks to Flatten the Curve?” They ask. Some of the unvaccinated are afraid because this issue reminds them too much of the medical science that endorsed lobotomies as approved medical treatment in the middle of the last century. They're afraid something's amiss when highly esteemed medical professionals are silenced when they raise concerns about side effects of the vaccine, like strokes, blood clots, and enlarged hearts. They're afraid because they fear the shaming some of them are experiencing for their stance will only get worse. I would say this to both groups: Acknowledge that we're all a bit fearful now. Let's help each other in our fear. Let's be afraid together, not emotionally apart from one another. Here's the main point I hope you remember from today's episode Don't let fear drive us apart because of our differing views of the vaccine. Extend grace to others on the opposite side of the issue as we are. The other side isn't stupid. Most of us are doing the best we can with the information we have. Fear Covid, but not each other. I'd love to hear any thoughts you have about today's episode. Just send them to me in an email to john [at] caringforothers [dot] org. Or you can share your thoughts in the “Leave a Reply” box at the bottom of the show notes. A related episode you may want to listen to 074: Relationships During Elections Closing In closing, if you found this podcast helpful, please subscribe wherever you get your podcasts if you haven't already done so. I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, so that you don't let fear drive us apart. All so that you will find the joy God intends for you through your relationships. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's all for today. I look forward to connecting with you again next week. Goodbye for now. You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We depend upon the generosity of donors to pay our bills. 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Mark Rogers, "The Voice of College Football", welcomes the Ohio State crew of Steve Helwagen of 247 Sports Bucknuts, Tony Gerdeman and Kevin Noon of Buckeye Scoop to preview Ohio State's matchup with Indiana. For complete college football coverage go to markrogerstv.com.
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In this podcast, our guest is Jerry Chapman, a GMP expert with more than 40 years in the industry. Jerry and Yan talk about what has changed in pharma over the years and what has remained the same. He discusses the development of new courses as well as the importance of leadership training in the companies. Who is Jerry Chapman? Jerry Chapman is Senior GMP Quality Expert at Redica Systems. He brings over 40 years of experience in the pharma industry, including 31 years at Eli Lilly, where he worked in product development, biosynthetic human insulin manufacturing, and site and corporate quality. At Redica Systems, Jerry works with the machine learning and data science teams. They build computer models that examine enforcement actions and produce analyses the way an expert would in the past using hard copy documents and a highlighter. He is also an author of many articles detailing and analyzing current hot topics among the pharma industry, and international regulators appear on the Redica Systems Conference Spotlight page. Listening to the podcast, you will learn about: ● The Evolution of Pharma Industry ● FDA Training Requirements ● Required Skills in Quality Domain ● Why Generalists are a Bad Thing ● Better Methods for Training Experts and Leaders ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Watch or read the full podcast and read the article at www.podcast.qualistery.com/things-that-have-to-change-in-gmp-to-drive-success ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This episode is Sponsored by Dot Compliance, the industry's first ready-to-use Quality Management Solution powered by the SalesForce platform. Implementation of a new eQMS has never been quicker nor easier. #Pharma #GMP #Pharmaceutical #Pharmaceuticalmanufacturing
Uber Lyft Drivers and Gig Economy Workers Weekly News & Interviews: This week I have Hannibal from "Hannibal Is Hungry". Hannibal has some really great content on his YouTube channel, so make sure to see his links below. Some of the topics we covered: Hannibal and the ROVER platform. Hannibal has created his own business, as all gig workers should be doing, or at least treating the platform work you are doing as your business. We discuss a couple of his recent videos: 1) "What I Wish All Gig Apps Stopped Doing" 2) "Are Gig App Workers Truly Independent Contractors?" Uber now has training videos in the app, hmmm. United States supply chain, and how the issue could be fixed 3-4 times quicker than is expected at this point. Hannibal put out a "Mental Health" video a few weeks back with other YouTube creators Sara Elizabeth video she put out on her channel today. YouTube Gig Creator 'Feuding'... why? Ready... Set... Rodeo!!!!! Rideshare Rodeo is sponsored by Curri.com Drive for Curri: https://drivecurri.app.link/fom2uFMcCib YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClGw1m5bqayp2w1cGdhbGUA Twitter: https://twitter.com/Hannibal2484 Instagram: https://instagram.com/Hannibalishungry November 2nd on the podcast will will have a panel of Curri Drivers from different markets, using different vehicles, performing different tasks, experiences, and anything else they want to share! Curri Links: Website: https://www.curri.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/curri Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/teamcurri/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/18756359 Drive For Curri: https://drivecurri.app.link/fom2uFMcCib
In the first hour, Tyler and DMac discuss the potential implications of Teddy Bridgewater's foot injury. Should Drew Lock start on Thursday? Tyler explains why players actually tend to like Thursday night games, which Von seemed to insinuate. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour, Tyler and DMac discuss the potential implications of Teddy Bridgewater's foot injury. Should Drew Lock start on Thursday? At The Water Cooler, the guys react to Emily Mayfield's fierce defense of her husband after the Browns' most recent loss to the Cardinals. Tyler lists several Broncos who George Paton should consider moving before the trade deadline this season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour, Tyler and DMac debate whether or not the Broncos should start Drew Lock on Thursday in Cleveland, given Teddy Bridgewater's foot injury. DMac asks Tyler whether or not the Browns are currently in a more desperate situation than the Broncos. Could Baker Mayfield miss this week's game as well, as he deals with a nagging shoulder injury? The guys discuss whether or not Broncos fans will reach a point where they will stop showing up to games if the team continues to underperform. Troy Renck, our Denver7 Broncos Insider, joins the show to provide his observations from today's practice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the final hour of the show, Tyler and DMac talked about Teddy Bridgewater's injury and how it could impact the Broncos on Thursday. Will Baker Mayfield play? James Merilatt joined the show to give his thoughts on the upcoming Halloween party being thrown by Von Miller on Monday. Should the Broncos start Drew Lock or Bridgewater Thursday? In Mt. Polumbus Speak, Tyler is asked if more players for the Broncos are going to keep getting hurt when they're not giving their all? DMac closed out the show with a legendary story that happened from over the weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode of the NFL Weekly Drive, Brandon and Wes break down the NFL action from week 6. They give their thoughts on the Cardinals improving to 6-0 after routing the Browns plus the Cowboys winning in OT in New England and the Ravens destroying the Chargers. Plus, they take an early look at week 7 to preview some enticing matchups. Available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and media services alike.
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Dan Pink is the author of several New York Times bestsellers—Drive, To Sell is Human, When, and A Whole New Mind—in which, broadly, he examines topics like creativity, work, and humanity. In this episode, we discuss topics relating to today's healthcare system, distilling major criticisms and proposed solutions. Among the problems discussed are defensive medicine, physician burnout, and incentives built into US health insurance. Methods to alleviate these problems, Dan suggests, "re-igniting physicians' passion for their scientific work" To conclude our discussion, Dan and I explore the possibilities of AI in medicine—and how this technology could free physicians to practice more creatively and holistically. If doctors' time is freed up from diagnosis of diabetes, but she still meets with the patient, she can actually get to the contextual and systemic things that might be surrounding that diabetes. For instance: the person is lonely, doesn't have a lot of friends, is cut off from social connections…and, as a consequence of that, is not eating well.” Addressing these factors, Mr. Pink says, represents the greatest (if least glamorous) “opportunity to help people to be healthy.” To learn more about Dan's work, follow him on LinkedIn, Twitter, or his personal website, which includes articles, videos, and interviews. To watch this episode on YouTube -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvyOFiHvkk8&t=53s
So far in October, the number of daily new COVID-19 infections has declined, and on October 14, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida dissolved the Lower House. Campaigning has begun ahead of the General Election on October 31. Both the ruling and opposition parties promise subsidies and tax cuts. JPY rates are trending upward, and Japanese investors are causing JPY basis to widen. USDJPY has risen, pushed upward primarily by rising oil prices. In today's episode, MUFG Chief Japan Strategist Takahiro Sekido discusses September and October securities investing flows in the wake of the Lower House dissolution and ahead of the general elections. He also shares his views on the Dollar/Yen, Yen rates, and Yen basis. Disclaimer: www.mufgresearch.com (PDF)
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Today's catch phrase: "With Great Power Comes Great Responstriloquence!" We are a daily podcast delivering entertaining information and informative entertainment with a focus on our beautiful home town, Chattanooga!! We are the Tri-State Region's Drive-In Theater...of the mind... featuring the voice of our city's morning commute for 3 decades, "The Commuticator", Jeff Styles Co-Hosts: Jen Lambert, Russell Stroud, Dave Hooker Producer: Bryan Stone Contributors: Jeff Greenspan & Taft Sibley In one hour you'll be informed, warned, entertained and brain-sprained. Streaming on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, RadioCast, Stitcher, Facebook, Spotify, Anchor, Breaker, CastBox, OverCast, Pocket Casts, Radio Public - wherever you go for quality podcasts. Mornings, M-F, starting at 5am EST. Membership has privileges: Sponsor, advertise, subscribe and get MUCH more. Investment opportunities available! Please email email@example.com for information.
Joining Mark this week are:Scott BossmanTeria HarrisErik PetersonTate LitchfieldScott ToddListen in as they go around the table and discuss several metrics to utilize in order to drive your business forward. They also elaborate on how they use metrics in their business to make changes and manage its operations to create business growth.TIP OF THE WEEKTeria: My tip kind of gets along with our topic, it is by Peter Drucker, "What's Measured Improves", and I want to reiterate what you said that in the beginning, we didn't say, 'oh let's gather all of this', we started with the area where we wanted to improve. So we began collecting those metrics, without having the metric you kind of don't know how to improve.Want To Listen More?Did you enjoy this episode? If you did, check out one of our exciting roundtable episodes where we discuss the best etiquette for social media marketing and prospect handling.Are you ready to learn more about land investing? Just click HERE to schedule a call.Isn't it time to create passive income so you can work where you want when you want, and with whomever you want?
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In the first hour, Tyler and DMac react to yesterday's embarrassing loss to the Raiders. Tyler breaks down the pivotal game moments that turned the momentum against the Broncos. DMac asks Tyler whether or not the Broncos coaching staff should be replaced before the end of the season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the second hour, Tyler and DMac break down what went wrong for the Broncos after yesterday's inexcusable loss to the Raisers. Adam Schefter, our ESPN NFL Insider, joins the show to provide the latest updates from around the NFL, including several key injuries to the Broncos' next opponent. At The Water Cooler, the guys react to Aaron Rodgers' bold words to Bears fans during yesterday's game. Tyler provides some terrifying stats that point toward a major regression by the Broncos defense. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour, Tyler and DMac discuss whether or not losing to the Raiders will send the Broncos into a tailspin. Tyler shares some fun stories from his Ring of Fame party with Mike Shanahan. DMac asks Tyler what to make of Noah Fant's performance against Las Vegas. Mike Klis, our 9News Broncos Insider, joins the show to provide his takeaways from today's media session at UCHealth Training Center. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the final hour, DMac and Tyler recapped the Broncos' embarrassing loss to the Raiders. Do changes needs to be made? The fellas broke down the Broncos death spiral. In Mt. Polumbus Speak, Tyler is asked how the Broncos can get a superstar quarterback since they don't have one and are going to be picking out of the top 10. Tyler closed out the show with Game Balls! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
RSL striker Rubio Rubin joins The Drive to discuss the weekend win over Colorado, a coaching search ongoing, leadership of Damir Kreilach/Aaron Herrera, playoff push in full swing + more
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The Drive opened the show discussing the dramatic difference in halves during the Chiefs win in Washington. Which version of the Chiefs is the real version of the Chiefs? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I am so sorry Miami Dolphins fans. After an episode of hope, we were crashed back down to reality thanks to our team. Following the trip to London, and an embarrassing loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami now sits at 1-5. The outlook is dark, and frankly, there isn't much hope to be had. So, what to do from here? On today's episode, we briefly touched on the game, what happened, and the few silver linings to be taken away. Tua played well, Jaylen Waddle looks good, but something is deeply wrong with this organization. We try to parse through and figure it out. Join us, and let's dive in!
In this edition of The Arrowhead Drive, Pete Sweeney is getting you caught up on a victory Monday! The Chiefs walked away from Sunday 3-3, with a 31-13 victory over the Washington Football Team. It wasn't all good on Sunday but the Chiefs turned it around in the second half; and looked something like what we've been expecting all season. Mahomes had one of the worst interceptions of his career on Sunday but had plenty of highlight material in the second half. Tyrann Mathieu was noticeably upset during the first half on Sunday and whatever he said worked for this defense coming out of the locker room. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Founder of Recruiter Mill, Ugis Balmaks, the objective is to help small businesses find A-players for their team. Through many years of trial and error, Ugis has developed the skill to find the best candidate and learned what distinguishes an A-player from a C-player. In this episode, Ugis breaks down the fundamentals on what to look for in a candidate, how to research them, ways to drive applications, and details on the filtering process. Ugis is based out of Budapest, Hungary. After running and selling a 7-figure iPhone photography business, he discovered a niche in the market for recruitment. Having already learned what the challenges are when hiring, Ugis launched Recruiter Mill in 2020 with a goal of helping businesses finding top 1% players. Tune in to hear Ugis's Story... [00:00] Introduction to Ugis Balmaks [01:57] What is Recruiter Mill? [02:54] iPhone photography business [03:30] Recruiter Mill [04:55] The difference between an A player and a B player [06:28] Framework on hiring A talent [09:18] Research your desired candidate [10:17] Drive applications [16:14] Filtering process [20:09] A players vs C players [23:19] Final words of wisdom [24:45] Favorite tool [25:20] Favorite book [25:44] Connect with Ugis Resources: Connect with Ugis: Website: Recruitermill.com Ugis' Favorite Business Tool: Help Scout Ugis' Favorite Book: Scaling Up By Vernie Harnish —————————————————————————————————————————————— Are you getting a steady flow of highly targeted leads from LinkedIn?? If not, I can help… Get the ultimate guide to generating inbound leads on LinkedIn! Text 44222 with the word LIGUIDE or visit AskDennisBrown.com/guide If you enjoyed this episode, please RATE / REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE to ensure you never miss an episode. Can't get enough? Connect with me! AskDennisBrown.com LinkedIn Twitter Instagram [Free Giveaways]
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In this episode, Justin Smith discusses a highly effective link-building strategy based on magnet pages and statistics content that allows you to build links consistently with minimal effort. Justin is the Founder and CEO of OuterBox, a digital marketing agency with over 17 years of experience and a team of over 80 people. SEO, paid search marketing, Google Ads management, eCommerce website design, and email marketing are some of their standout services.