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WEFUNK Radio
WEFUNK Show 1117

WEFUNK Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022


DJ Flow throws down a marvelous mix of blissed out headnod and 90s classics from Budgie, sndtrak, 9th Wonder, Whooliganz and more. Plus a celestial ascent with the Dynamics, feelgood neosoul from Sly Johnson, wordplay and metaphors from Coast Contra, and big boogaloo soul by Don Gardner and Sly Stone. View the full playlist for this show at https://www.wefunkradio.com/show/1117 Enjoying WEFUNK? Listen to all of our mixes at https://www.wefunkradio.com/shows/

Food Network Obsessed
Sophie Flay on Forging Her Own Path & Father-Daughter Dynamics

Food Network Obsessed

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 29:10


Sophie Flay, daughter of culinary icon Bobby Flay, shares why she chose a journalism career over following in her dad's footsteps and tells us her favorite types of stories to cover in the Los Angeles area. She talks about her experience covering the Olympics in Beijing and Pyeongchang, and why she is drawn to stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Sophie talks about what it's really like to work with her dad and why she sometimes avoids calling him for help in the kitchen before sharing her favorite go-to meals. Sophie recalls memories of watching her dad on television and why she hated when he would lose in a competition. She reveals who chooses restaurants when she goes to dinner with her dad and what their new show, Bobby & Sophie on the Coast, is all about. She shares what it's like filming and working with her dad, teases some of her favorite food spots that are featured on the show and shares her thoughts on why she thinks her dad is such a talented competition chef. Start Your Free Trial of discovery+: https://www.discoveryplus.com/foodobsessedConnect with the podcast: https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/food-network-obsessed-the-official-podcast-of-food-networkFollow Food Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodnetworkFollow Jaymee on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaymeesireFollow Sophie Flay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abc7sophie/Find episode transcripts here: https://food-network-obsessed.simplecast.com/episodes/sophie-flay-on-forging-her-own-path-father-daughter-dynamics

Pedro Ferriz de Con
¿Qué necesito para emprender un negocio en Estados Unidos?

Pedro Ferriz de Con

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 9:09


En esta ocasión, Enrique Ruiz, Consultor de Desarrollo de Negocios Internacionales de Central Dynamics y Rodolfo Maya, contador registrado en Estados Unidos nos hablan de los requerimientos para emprender un negocio en Estados Unidos e invertir de forma legal y segura.

Play to Potential Podcast
662: 90.08 Alisa Cohn - Co-founder dynamics

Play to Potential Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 10:58


NUGGET CONTEXT Alisa speaks about some of the elements that Founders overlook when they look for Co-Founders. She also speaks about some of the conflicts that ensue between Co-Founders as the journey carries on. GUEST Alisa has been coaching startup Founders to grow into world-class CEOs for nearly 20 years. She has recently authored the book - From Start-Up to Grown-Up.  Alisa is a guest lecturer at Harvard and Cornell Universities, Henley Business School and the Naval War College. She serves on the board of the Cornell Advisory Council. Her articles have appeared in HBR, Forbes, and Inc and she has been featured as an expert on Bloomberg TV, the BBC World News and in the New York Times. In our conversation, we spoke about how Start-up founders should police their passions, think about "giving away their Legos”, monitor their triggers, handle the Boards, transfer context when senior leaders come on Board and much more. Given my work with Founders, I have come to realize that this transition from a Founder to a CEO is like getting your Pilot training certification in your first and only flight where you are learning as you are learning to fly the plane.  Published in May 2022. HOST Deepak is a Leadership Advisor and an Executive Coach. He works with leaders to improve their effectiveness and in helping them make better decisions specifically around organizational and career transitions. He currently runs Transition Insight (www.transitioninsight.com) and works with leaders to handle phases of transition thoughtfully. He has worked as an Operations Consultant with KPMG in UK, Strategy Consultant with McKinsey in the US and as a Leadership Consultant with EgonZehnder (a Swiss Leadership Advisory firm) where he helped companies recruit CEOs, CXOs and Board Members and worked on Leadership Development. Deepak is a certified CEO Coach and is an alumnus of IIT Madras, IIM Ahmedabad and London Business School. His detailed profile can be found at https://in.linkedin.com/in/djayaraman OTHER GUESTS 1.Vijay Amritraj 2.Amish Tripathi 3.Raghu Raman 4.Papa CJ 5.Kartik Hosanagar 6.Ravi Venkatesan 7.Abhijit Bhaduri 8.Viren Rasquinha 9.Prakash Iyer 10.Avnish Bajaj 11.Nandan Nilekani 12.Atul Kasbekar 13.Karthik Reddy 14.Pramath Sinha 15.Vedika Bhandarkar 16.Vinita Bali 17.Zia Mody 18.Rama Bijapurkar 19.Dheeraj Pandey 20.Anu Madgavkar 21.Vishy Anand 22. Meher Pudumjee 23.KV Shridhar (Pops) 24.Suresh Naraynan 25.Devdutt Pattanaik 26.Jay Panda 27.Amit Chandra 28.Chandramouli Venkatesan 29.Roopa Kudva 30.Vinay Sitapati 31.Neera Nundy. 32.Deepa Malik 33.Bombay Jayashri. 34.Arun Maira 35.Ambi Parameswaran 36.OP Bhaat 37.Indranil Chakraborty 38.Tarun Khanna 39. Ramachandra Guha 40. Stewart Friedman 41. Rich Fernandez 42. Falguni Nayar 43. Rajat Gupta 44. Kartik Hosanagar 45. Michael Watkins 46. Matt Dixon 47. Herminia Ibarra 48. Paddy Upton 49. Tasha Eurich 50. Alan Eagle 51. Sudhir Sitapati 52. James Clear 53. Lynda Gratton 54. Jennifer Petriglieri. 55. Matthew Walker 56. Raj Raghunathan 57. Jennifer Garvey Berger 58. BJ Fogg 59. R Gopolakrishnan 60. Sir Andrew Likierman. 61. Atul Khatri 62. Whitney Jonson 63. Venkat Krishnan 64. Marshall Goldsmith 65. Ashish Dhawan 66. Vinay Sitapati 67. Ashley Whillans 68. Tenzin Priyadarshi 69. Ramesh Srinivasan 70. Bruce Feiler 71. Sanjeev Aggarwal and T. N. Hari 72. Bill Carr 73. Jennifer Wetzler 74. Sally Helgesen 75. Dan Cable 76. Tom Vanderbilt 77. Darleen DeRosa 78. Amy Edmondson 79. Katy Milkman 80. Harish Bhatt 81. Lloyd Reeb 82. Sukhinder Cassidy 83. Harsh Mariwala 84. Rajiv Vij 85. Dorie Clark 86. Ayse Birsel 87. Ravi Venkatesan E2 88. Pradeep Chakravarthy 89. Dan Pink DISCLAIMER All content and opinions expressed in the podcast are that of the guests and are not necessarily the opinions of Deepak Jayaraman and Transition Insight Private Limited. Views expressed in comments to blog are the personal opinions of the author of the comment. They do not necessarily reflect the views of The Company or the author of the blog. Participants are responsible for the content of their comments and all comments that are posted are in the public domain. The Company reserves the right to monitor, edit, and/or publish any submitted comments. Not all comments may be published. Any third-party comments published are third party information and The Company takes no responsibility and disclaims all liability. The Company reserves the right, but is not obligated to monitor and delete any comments or postings at any time without notice.

EMPOWERING THE THIRD DAY ECCLESIA
EXPLORING THE DYNAMICS OF PRAYER AND INTERCESSION. PRAYER OF OBEDIENCE. SESSION 10.

EMPOWERING THE THIRD DAY ECCLESIA

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 72:21


THE PRAYER OF OBEDIENCE EXPLORING THE DYNAMICS OF PRAYER AND INTERCESSION. PRAYER OF OBEDIENCE. SESSION 10. 1 SAMUEL 15 22. BUT SAMUEL DECLARED: “DOES THE LORD DELIGHT IN BURNT OFFERINGS AND SACRIFICES AS MUCH AS IN OBEDIENCE TO HIS VOICE? BEHOLD, OBEDIENCE IS BETTER THAN SACRIFICE, AND ATTENTIVENESS IS BETTER THAN THE FAT OF RAMS. 23 FOR REBELLION IS LIKE THE SIN OF DIVINATION, AND ARROGANCE IS LIKE THE WICKEDNESS OF IDOLATRY. BECAUSE YOU HAVE REJECTED THE WORD OF THE LORD, HE HAS REJECTED YOU AS KING.”… BIBLICAL PRAYER IS DYNAMIC IN ITS FUNCTION AND RICH IN THE REVELATORY DEPTH OF ITS ESSENCE, ESPECIALLY FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF IDENTIFYING AND ESTABLISHING THE PROPHETIC PLANS AND PURPOSES OF HEAVEN. THE LORD IS CURRENTLY OPENING NEW FRONTIERS IN THE ART AND ACT OF KINGDOM-ORIENTED PRAYER EXERCISE FOR THE MATURITY OF THE SAINT, AND YOU AND I ARE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS LEARNING PROCESS OF KINGDOM UPGRADE. IN MANY SPIRITUAL SESSIONS THAT WE WILL UNFOLD BEFORE US, ESPECIALLY THOSE THAT RELATE TO CLIMBING THE MOUNTAIN OF INTERCESSION AND REPRESENTATION, WE WILL HAVE TO CAREFULLY EXPLORE THE VARIOUS DYNAMISM OF THE SPIRIT OF PRAYER AND INTERCESSION, WHICH WE BELIEVE WILL GREATLY ENHANCE THE CURRENT PROPHETIC EMPHASIS OF THE SPIRIT ON THE RECONSTRUCTION, TRANSFORMATION, AND RESTORATION OF THE NATIONS. THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD WILL LEAD US TO BECOME MORE ENGAGED IN INTERCESSION, ESPECIALLY AT THIS TIME, WHEN WE ARE SEEING A GREATER INCREASE IN SATANIC ACTIVITY IN SOCIETIES AROUND THE WORLD. WHILE THE LORD CONTINUES TO JUDGE AND FRUSTRATE THE ECONOMIC SYSTEM OF THE UNDERWORLD AND ITS WICKED INFLUENCES ON HUMAN BEHAVIOR, THE LORD IS CURRENTLY ESTABLISHING THE MOUNTAIN OF HIS HOUSE, WHICH WILL RELEASE THE ECONOMIC ORDER AND SYSTEM INTO THE NATIONS. LUKE 4:18. A NEW PRIESTLY ORDER OF SAINTS SUBMITS IN OBEDIENCE TO THIS REQUIREMENT AND MANDATE OF HEAVEN, SO THAT THE WILL OF GOD CAN PERMEATE THE REALMS OF THE NATIONS. WE WILL NEED TO BE WELL PLACED IN THE SPIRIT OF PRAYER AND A STRONG INTERCESSION I THE EXECUTION OF THE GOVERNMENTAL ORDER OF CHRIST TO ENSURE THE EXECUTION OF THESE NEW PROPHETIC ACTIVITIES IN OUR SPACE. THEREFORE, WE NEED TO EXAMINE THE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF PRAYER THAT WILL ALLOW OUR SPIRITUAL WALK IN THE PLACE OF EFFECTIVE KINGDOM REPRESENTATION, WHICH STARTS WITH OUR PRAYER LIFESTYLE. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/isaiah-phillips-akintola/message

Astro Awani
Consider This: Elections | Chinese Voter Dynamics

Astro Awani

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 25:29


How accurate are the assumptions that Chinese voter sentiment has shifted towards pessimism and indifference? Tonight on #ConsiderThis we speak to analysts about the dynamics shaping voter participation among the Chinese community.

Steve reads his Blog
It's Time for a New Services Model for Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform

Steve reads his Blog

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 7:26


About seven years ago we pioneered the "Support by Blocks" model, and it has served our Forceworks clients and us well. But thanks to Microsoft, it is time for a whole new model for Dynamics 365 and Power Platform Support and Services. Let's unpack this one. The Challenge Let's be honest, no business application you can buy will serve your needs as delivered. Any of them will require some modifications to fit your goals. Fortunately, you have many Microsoft Business Applications partners to assist you with this, including my company Forceworks. This is not new; customizing business applications has been around as long as business applications have been around. For a small organization, you may only have to invest a few bucks to get things where you want; enterprise customers often invest six or seven figures to get things right. It is not a small industry that I am in. It is precisely this high cost that has led Microsoft to invest so much into low-no-code technologies. How many more customers could Microsoft have if this "startup cost" was significantly reduced? More on that in a minute. Models There are quite a few engagement models available from different partners. The old "Fixed-Price based on your Requirements" has fallen out of favor, and for good reasons. Scope creep is a common one, but customers, thinking that competitive bidding got them the best price were often surprised at how much the bids came in at—typically ranging from 25-50% higher than what Time and Materials may have cost. Partner risk padding has probably run off many customers, But as I said, few partners even offer this model today. The most prevalent model is the Time and Materials model, which may be based on an estimate. But Scope Creep rears its head just as often there, the difference being that the customer assumes the risk. Still, this usually works out cheaper than what a "Risk-Adjusted" Fixed Price would have been. Blocks Several years ago, we pioneered a variation on the Time and Materials model called "Support by Blocks". In that model, the customer pre-purchased blocks of time, like 80 hours, for example, for a single blended rate that was discounted for their pre-payment. These hours would be consumed by anyone on our team, developers, analysts, consultants, etc., to meet customer requests until the block was depleted. It was a better model for both the customer and us than traditional Time and Materials and has served us well for many years. The downside was that some customers became too focused on the hours, often hoarding them to stave off having to buy more. This also meant that they would never reach the full potential of what these solutions could achieve for them. It was understandable but frustrating for me to know what "could be". It often triggered their "we'll take it from here" reflex when a block was depleted. This always meant the end of the line for any hope of exploiting the full potential for their business. They were obliviously missing out on dollars to save pennies. Is it Time? I have had this idea in my head for many years about an "All-You-Can-Eat" subscription model to eliminate scope and hours from the equation. But to not go broke, you would have to either charge an astronomical amount or exclude the development work. And each time I had looked in the past, there was still way too much development work, relegating any Subscription to just Support. But in the meantime, Microsoft has continued to advance the low-no-code platform, and I was noticing the utilization of our code-writing developers was falling, and developers are some of the highest paid people in a partner organization. To confirm my thinking, we analyzed our customers over the last 18 months, and sure enough, the level of actual code development had continued to drop. In fact, in the previous 12 months, less than five percent of our customers needed any actual code development at all. Bingo! "The Works from Forceworks" I could not wait to take this new information and finally build the model I had been thinking about for years... so I did. "The Works" is that all-inclusive model with unlimited everything except code. One challenge is making sure a prospective customer understands what "Code" means. They seem to feel that anything they could not figure out themselves must be "Code" and fear that anytime they open their mouth, the "Code Alarm" will go off. But our analysis says that is not the case. And frankly, the way you make money on a "Service as a Subscription" is over time, so renewals are far more important than some quick buck made from the code alarm. If that "Code Alarm" goes off too often, or possibly even once, the renewal is at risk. Again, this model would not have been viable even two years ago, so I have to give Microsoft a big hug. The Big Gulp A model like this is not without its risks for us. For one thing, our primary competition was not other partners but rather customers thinking about hiring someone internally. While these people are not easy to find, the thought that they could be found limits what a customer would pay, and it would have to be less than an internal salary. We went with an extensive list of unlimited services, starting from and including deployment(s). There were some heated conversations internally about what could be realistically offered on an unlimited basis for a fixed monthly cost. Still, I pushed for the max, and I happen to own the company. The service does have a one-year term to prevent someone from maxing out capacity in the first month and then canceling. Resellers To work financially, we need scale in both customers and people for a model like this. We had dabbled with some resellers with our "Support by Blocks" model, but I was not happy with the results, both for us and the end customers. Adding a third party in the middle created conflicts. But this new model is perfect for resellers, who are all looking for a recurring revenue component that they can bolt onto their existing billing arrangements with their customers. And since it is "scopeless" and "unlimited", there really is no reason for conflicts. Summary It is early days, but we have already transitioned most of our current customers to this new model and have started onboarding new ones. So, the customer verdict seems to be in on the value proposition. I expect to be underwater for a while financially as we scale up, but I was prepared for that. I am "Betting the Farm" as they say. We are firmly planted in the battle for the limited talent, but even those folks seem to like this model, so I am not too worried about that. In fact, I have another idea for that, but I will let you in on that a little later :) Those of you who know me know that I am not afraid to try new business models, and so far, each one has been better than the last, and I feel stronger about this one than any other. Wish me luck!  

Sigma Philosophy Podcast
EP 6. Dunning-Kruger Effect

Sigma Philosophy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:31


Some people don't have the cognitive ability to understand why they are mediocre. -Socials: https://linktr.ee/sigmaprime -Disord: Access by Subscribe Star -Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/sigmaprime_ -TikTok: sigmaprimeyt -Intro and Outro Song: https://open.spotify.com/track/0SPu03XQj2PcQDs4ArrwWv?si=6840e9e2082748ec&nd=1

CRM Rocks
Custom Pages with Lisa Crosbie

CRM Rocks

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 55:50


Episode 113: Markus Erlandsson and Heidi Neuhauser have a chat with Lisa Crosbie from Barhead Solutions about custom pages. They discuss what custom pages are, how you can use them and how they differ from canvas apps. Bio Lisa has a contagious enthusiasm for low code technology and making it possible for anyone to get … Continue reading Custom Pages with Lisa Crosbie The post Custom Pages with Lisa Crosbie first appeared on CRM Rocks.

Better Buddies
Episode 132: Skull Drinking Dynamics

Better Buddies

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 76:15


This week the Buddies discuss the best way to drink out of a skull, the YouTube algorithm, hobby expenses, and how to respond to a fart in your general direction. Share with a friend! Media Recommendations this week: BoyWithUke (musician), Red Rising (book series), Trese (Netflix show), The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (movie)

View from Venus
5.2 Building Community for Cultural Change with Julie Posselt

View from Venus

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 24:28


Topics Discussed in this Episode:Our dream vacationsEquity and graduate educationMentoring, wellbeing, and professional development of facultyDynamics of power in our everyday workCultural humility, feminist mentoring, and mutualityGender and racial inequalities in the STEM disciplinesInstitutionalized silenceResources Discussed in this Episode:Julie Posselt at University of Southern CaliforniaEquity in Graduate Education initiativeEquity in Science: Representation, Culture, and the Dynamics of Change in Graduate EducationHigher Education Administration for Social Justice and Equity: Critical Perspectives for LeadershipMusic Credits: Magic by Six UmbrellasSound Engineer: Ernesto Valencia

This Week in America with Ric Bratton
Episode 2429: OWNING YOUR WEIGHT: THE REALISTIC DYNAMICS OF BEING WHO YOU ARE by Dr. Henri Marcoux

This Week in America with Ric Bratton

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 25:16


Owning Your Weight: The Realistic Dynamics of Being Who You Are by Dr. Henri MarcouxTHIS BOOK LEADS THE READER WHO HAS WEIGHT ISSUES INTO A REALISTIC “IN YOUR FACE” MANNER OF ACCEPTING THE FACTS THAT YOU ARE THE ONLY PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR WEIGHT AND HOW YOU DEAL OR DON'T DEAL WITH IT.DR. MARCOUX IS A CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN WITH 54 YEARS OF EXTENSIVE CLINICIAL EXPERIENCE HELPING PATIENTS BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR HEALTH AND OWNING THEIR WEIGHT.https://www.amazon.com/Owning-Your-Weight-Realistic-Dynamics/dp/1685362346/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=OWNING+YOUR+WEIGHT+THE+REALISTIC+DYNAMICS+OF+BEING+WHO+YOU+ARE&qid=1651596613&s=books&sr=1-1www.westwoodbookspublishing.comhttps://www.marcouxchiropractic.com/home.htmhttp://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/westwood51222.mp3

Silver Doctors Metals & Markets
The Big Problems And Crash Dynamics Of The Spring/Summer 2022 Housing Market Crisis, Simplified

Silver Doctors Metals & Markets

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 68:56


Is it good neighbors, well maintained lawns and rising home prices forever, or is the market about to crash like it's never crashed before? Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two […]

Bull & Fox
Dan Wetzel says I don't think NIL will change the dynamics of college football in a big, big way

Bull & Fox

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 12:48


Dan Wetzel talks about Tom Brady's deal as the lead analyst for NFL on FOX at the conclusion of his career, his expectations for a possible Deshaun Watson suspension, the risk/reward that the Browns are taking on and the NCAA's latest message in regards to NIL in college sports.

War & Peace
S3 Episode 17: Changing Dynamics in the Western Balkans

War & Peace

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 23:41


The Western Balkans, a region defined in part by not being in the European Union, also contains several countries that were devastated by war in the 1990s. Now it faces new troubles, driven in part by the legacies of the old. Bosnia and Herzegovina is confronted with calls for secession in the autonomous Serb-dominated region, Republika Srpska, as well as the ongoing electoral grievances of its Croat minority. Meanwhile, efforts to resolve Kosovo's dispute with Serbia over its independence have come to a standstill, leaving minority communities on both sides of the border vulnerable.This week on War & Peace, Olga Oliker talks to Marko Prelec, Crisis Group's Consulting Senior Analyst for the Balkans, about why ethnic tensions persist in the region and whether there is any risk of a return to conflict. They discuss the prospects for European integration, asking whether the promise of EU membership remains an effective incentive for resolving these longstanding disputes. They also consider what impact Russia's invasion of Ukraine has had for stability in the Western Balkans, a region where painful memories of war are still very salient today.For more of Crisis Group's analysis, make sure to check out our Balkans regional page and keep an eye out for our upcoming report on the risk of instability in the Western Balkans. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

NAILED IT! The Business of Roofing
74. Why You Need Marketing Training | Elizabeth Lytle from Contractor Dynamics

NAILED IT! The Business of Roofing

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 40:47


Why Do You Need Marketing Training? Contractor Dynamics Client Success Director Elizabeth Lytle shares some key insights that will help any contracting company take more control over their marketing and over their growth. Elizabeth leads our training team that provides industry-leading marketing training for growth-minded construction companies. In this discussion, she shares some of the key characteristics that companies have in common that enable them to excel with marketing on a consistent basis. Learn More About Our Marketing Training Program:

Sigma Philosophy Podcast
EP 5. You Are Insignificant

Sigma Philosophy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 32:20


We are not as important as we would like to believe. -Socials: https://linktr.ee/sigmaprime -Disord: Access by Subscribe Star -Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/sigmaprime_ -TikTok: sigmaprimeyt -Intro and Outro Song: https://open.spotify.com/track/0SPu03XQj2PcQDs4ArrwWv?si=6840e9e2082748ec&nd=1

The Ecomcrew Ecommerce Podcast
E447: Unpacking The Concept of Subscription Boxes with Chris George and Paul Chambers

The Ecomcrew Ecommerce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 31:47


In this episode, Mike delves into subscription boxes and why it's an effective business model, featuring special guests Paul Chambers and Chris George of SUBTA.   From food items to lifestyle products, subscription boxes have become quite the trend in ecommerce the past few years.    Chris George and Paul Chambers got their start in ecommerce with Gentleman's Box, a subscription service for men's lifestyle products that they started in 2014.   In 2020, they exited the business and co-founded Subscription Trade Association or SUBTA, with a third partner, John Haji.    SUBTA aims to foster a sense of community among entrepreneurs in the subscription industry and promote healthy competition in this space.   From their humble beginnings with Gentleman's Box to the founding of SUBTA, here are the highlights from our conversation:   Timestamps:  Intro - 0:25 History of Gentleman's Box - 3:50 Dynamics of creating subscription boxes - 7:50 Production cycle of these boxes - 10:33 Factors to consider if you want to get into subscription boxes - 15:00 Finding your audience - 19:15 Exiting Gentleman's Box - 22:23 Recent news in the subscription box space - 28:20 About SubSummit - 29:055   Chris and Paul, thank you so much for taking the time to be on the podcast and sharing your story with us.    For anyone interested in going into subscription, SUBTA will be having its annual SubSummit on June 1-3, 2022 in Orlando, Florida. Head on over to the SubSummit website for more details.   If you want to learn more about the subscription industry, SUBTA has free and premium plans where you can get access to educational resources. Click here to learn more.   As per usual, feel free to leave us a review over on iTunes if you enjoy our podcast. Happy selling and we'll see you in the next one!

Microsoft Business Applications Podcast
Dynamics 365 Conversation Intelligence with Abed Asi and Olga Goldenberg

Microsoft Business Applications Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 32:46


FULL SHOW NOTES https://podcast.nz365guy.com/375 An introduction about Abed and Olga and what they are passionate about  Abed and Olga talks about their journey into Microsoft and how they ended up working for it What is Azure Data Explorer? A discussion with Abed and Olga about Dynamics 365 Conversation Intelligence; what is it and where does it light up in the software? What are the features, languages supported, license requirements and the security of Dynamics 365 Conversation Intelligence?  Abed and Olga shares how Dynamics 365 Conversation Intelligence help A conversation about Abed and Olga's recommendations when it comes to using Dynamics 365 Conversation Intelligence Find out more about the benefits of using Dynamics 365 Conversation Intelligence. Learn how to set up  Dynamics 365 Conversation Intelligence and the specific steps involved. AgileXRM AgileXRm - The integrated BPM for Microsoft Power PlatformSupport the show

A Better Way to Farm Podcast
118: Determining The Key Steps and Dynamics That Family Farms Need to Achieve Better Yields

A Better Way to Farm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 25:19


This episode will be tackling a topic very close to our hearts and that is, running a family farm right. Jim who is a grower in Southern Illinois farms with his family and he was able to make a decision on pretty significant changes for this year after following A Better Way to Farm for some time. Come and listen to what he has to share with us, Tune in NOW …

The Encourage Project with Amy A. Fairchild
067 | Enneagram & Human Projects

The Encourage Project with Amy A. Fairchild

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 58:01


Our last episode wrapped up the 3-part series on the Human Project Framework – Plan, Act, Reflect. In each of those episodes I shared tools and techniques that I explored and have embraced to support me in my own human projects. In this episode, we explore a tool that has intrigued people on their journeys to self-discovery – Enneagram. Matt Schlegel and I discussed what Enneagram is and how it can fuel your human projects and your relationships. Listen in and let us know what resonates!Best-selling author Matt Schlegel is committed to developing highly effective, style-diverse teams and giving them the tools and strategies to tackle challenges that are seemingly impossible. Principal of Schlegel Consulting, Matt started his career as an electrical engineer and soon realized that successful project outcomes depend more on leading people than leading electrons. Matt discovered a powerful system called the Enneagram and used it to develop a novel set of tools, strategies, and applications for team effectiveness that he uses in his consulting practice and shares in his book Teamwork 9.0.In this episode:Beyond the Human Project FrameworkWhat is Enneagram?Awareness and curiosityCommunication and conflictHow to get startedConnect with Matt:Website – www.evolutionaryteams.comLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattschlegel/Instagram - @MattSchlegel6YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLkUMHuG4HVa831s9yeoZ5Q/Continue the conversation with Amy and The Encourage Project community!Interested to work with Amy? Go to www.theencourageproject.com to book a curiosity sessionInstagram – @the_encourage_projectLinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-a-fairchild-pmp-03b7022/Special thanks to my new producer Nick Galieti – and the band Suite 25 (check them out on Spotify)!

Surviving BPD Relationship Breakups
Borderline Projective Identification and Codependent Introjection Trauma Bond Dynamics

Surviving BPD Relationship Breakups

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 33:57


Borderline Projective Identification and the effects it has on loved ones, parnters, Ex's of those with BPD. Codependent introjection of Borderline Projective Identification - Inside the Trauma Bond Dynamics.

Sound Matters with Tom Leu
123: Mark Kendall #3

Sound Matters with Tom Leu

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 93:50


Sound Matters episode #123 features Tom's 3rd in-depth conversation with Mark Kendall from the multi-platinum band Great White. In this episode, we debut a new segment called "Song Matters" where I specifically dig into an artist's recollections and stories on the songwriting and recording of many of the band's classic tracks. Mark goes deep into many tracks from Great White's back catalog sharing insights about the making of the music through the years. The "Song Matters" segments are for anyone who is interested in the creation process, and how the music ultimately gets written, recorded and released. > Overview of how Great White and Mark wrote songs in the early days> On reasons for recording fuller demos before presenting to band > "Congo Square"> Hendrix and Bowie's approach to song ideas> Not the Mark Kendall show... but a band of dudes with opinions> Collaborative or competitive in Great White with respect to songwriting credits> "Mista Bone"> "Rock Me" and how some of the greats change typical songwriting approaches> When others in the band hear and help with your ideas> Tom Petty and Jackson Browne... masters of their craft> When to keep working on a song or move on> Collaborating with bandmate Michael Lardie and writing solo sections> Writing in different song structure styles> Getting inspiration from other sources and Richie Blackmore's lifts, etc.> "Hold On" from the 1st album and "No Better Than Hell"> "Shot In the Dark" from 2nd album (and Alan Niven's contributions)> Jack Russell and writing lyrics> Alan Niven (like the 6th Great White member) - strong with lyrics and the business side> "Waiting For Love" from Shot In the Dark (w/Stephan Jerry Lynn Williams)> Nervous when recording and working with Michael Wagner> The Once Bitten record... did they sense it was gonna be big> "Rock Me" and hearing it back for the first time> On "Rock Me" and the workaround for the 7 min. length> "Save Your Love"> "Lady Red Light"> Michael Wagner - no effects records> "Once Bitten, Twice Shy" (Ian Hunter)> "The Angel Song" with Dio charity-inspired lyric and video> "Call It Rock and Roll"> "Afterglow" (Steve Marriott)> On Steve Marriott and (Jack Russell) singing on Herman Rarebell's solo album> "Love Is A Lie"> People online teaching guitar parts for Great White songs> Working with Jack Blades (and Don Dokken) on the Can't Get There from Here album...> Working with Myron Grombaucher (from Pat Benatar band) > Recording guitars and drums for the Can't Get There from Here album> Really listening to others ideas before shooting them down in favor of your idea> "This Is the Life" with Terry Illous (from XYZ) and Mark's grandson on the pick slide)> Creating atmospheres and not worrying about duplicating live> Underrated Great White songs: "Hold On" and "Street Killer" from the first album> Songs that are selected as singles vs. those that are B-sides> Well-constructed songs with memorable guitar parts... always been the goal> Mark wanted to be like Carlos Santana> Jimmy Page's guitar solo on "Stairway to Heaven"> Why Great White songs are memorable> Dynamics in music are the most important thing> On shredding with respect to songwriting and guitar playing> On continuing to get better, be inspired, and collaborating as a songwriter and music fan> Mark's longtime friend who is a trusted ear> The several months waiting after finishing a record> Mark's favorites of the 13 Great White videos> Thoughts on using technology today (for video and audio)> Mark's solo workConnect with Mark Kendall & Great White:Website: www.officialgreatwhite.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/GreatWhiteOfficialFacebook: www.facebook.com/MarkSKendallTwitter: www.twitter.com/MarkKendall_GWInstagram: www.instagram.com/mr._greatwhite (@mr._greatwhite)Connect with TOM LEU:Websites: www.SoundMatters.tv | www.TomLeu.com | www.16Imaging.com Official Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/tomleu2Twitter: www.twitter.com/tomleu (@tomleu)Instagram: www.instagram.com/tomleu (@tomleu)YouTube: www.tomleu.tv SOUND MATTERS Radio Episode #123 >> www.SoundMatters.tv/sm123/

Ghost Lights with Tracey Camilleri and Sam Rockey
The Dynamics of Power | Robert Rowland Smith

Ghost Lights with Tracey Camilleri and Sam Rockey

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 27:17


In my conversation with philosopher Robert Rowland Smith, we explore the dimensions of power. If power is the ability to make things happen in accordance with our will, why do some people crave more power than others? What are the real drivers of power? What do the philosophers say about power? Is power part of the human condition? Is power always bad? When can power be a force for good? This conversation takes us from current power struggles through to an unexpected conclusion all the while acknowledging that power is a movable and dynamic force. Connect with Robert · Connect with Sam · Connect with Tracey · Thompson Harrison - Helping Leaders Do What Matters Most · For more on Robert and his work · For more on the work of Prof Paul Gilbert mentioned in the podcast. · For an understanding of the power dynamics playing out in your organisation

TECH ON DEMAND brought to you by GrowerTalks
Dynamics of Growing Media (Part 3): Successful Analysis & Interpretation

TECH ON DEMAND brought to you by GrowerTalks

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 44:58


In this episode of Tech On Demand brought to you by GrowerTalks, host Bill Calkins is joined by Troy Buechel, a Horticulture Specialist with Premier Tech, for the final episode in a three-part series discussing the technical side of growing media. Now that we've worked our way through testing and sampling, it's on to analysis. Looking at returned data from tests conducted on growing media, water and plant tissue can seem overwhelming but Troy is going to walk you through it. This episode begins with a look into the most important numbers to consider when you see results from a test. From pH to EC and macronutrients to micronutrients, a lot can be gleaned when you understand what's most critical. Knowing deficiencies can quickly lead to reversing the issues at hand and bringing your crop back to its potential. Next, Troy discusses contaminants that can lead to plant stress, such as sodium chloride, and what this can mean to a crop. Clear results from testing are important before starting to correct problems. Next, the discussion turns to the ranges you want to see related to pH, EC, macronutrients and micronutrients. The conversation gets pretty in-depth and technical so feel free to pause the podcast, make notes and then hit play again. Another topic of conversation in this episode is types of tests and ways they are conducted. Some can be done easily, in house, while others require the expertise of a lab. Troy helps make sense of this, so you choose the best path. This episode (and series) ends with some real-world stories and situations Troy has encountered over the years. As you listen, you might start nodding because as we all know, no grower or greenhouse is immune to common problems, or even the weirdest ones. You'll want to listen all the way to the end of this episode, because the information builds throughout! Special thanks to Troy and the folks at Premier-Tech (the company behind Pro-Mix Growing Media) for lending much-needed expertise to such an important topic.   Premier Tech Resources: To listen: Benefits of Analytical Testing Testing Water EC How to Test Water pH and Alkalinity To read: Sampling Procedures for Testing Water and Fertilizer Solution Media and Tissue Testing – Why Test? Media and Tissue Testing - Media Testing Methods Media and Tissue Testing - Measuring pH and E.C. of Media pH Meter Calibration And Sample Preparation For In-House Testing To connect:  Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE TECH ON DEMAND PODCAST ON YOUR FAVORITE PODCAST APP SO YOU NEVER MISS AN EPISODE!

Game Artist Podcast
James Jacobs, Co-Founder of Ziva Dynamics and Director of Technology Incubation at Unity

Game Artist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 54:52


Tune into this episode were Ryan sits with James Jacob Co-Founder of Ziva Dynamics and Director of Technology Incubation at Unity. James talks about his time working on project like Lord of the Rings and Avatar, as well as his current venture in tools for Rigging. See how the industry has blossomed through James eyes. Learn more about Vertex School: https://www.vertexschool.com/ Learn more about James LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesj/ Want to learn skills for creative tech jobs in games, film, XR and the Metaverse? Apply for your spot in our upcoming Game Arts Program here: https://www.vertexschool.com/game-arts-program

Dynamics Hotdish
EP 17 - Security in Dynamics 365/Dataverse, Part 1

Dynamics Hotdish

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 34:20


This week we got back to the basics and dug into security within Dataverse and Dynamics 365. We go through some history, discuss best practices, and some things to consider when setting up your security. We had so much to discuss that we have a part 2 coming up next week!

Chad Hartman
The dynamics & repercussions of the SCOTUS abortion story

Chad Hartman

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 33:45


Hour 3: Prof. Elizabeth Sepper from the Texas School of Law talked about the dynamics of the Supreme Court and we talked about fallout from their potential decision to overturn Roe.

The MSDW Podcast
Joe Corigliano on Microsoft's latest Business Applications partner strategy

The MSDW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 34:35


Microsoft partner organizations, especially those fully committed to the Dynamics 365 and Power Platform channel, should not be surprised to hear that managing their Microsoft relationship is an important element of their business success.   Our guest on this episode, Joe Corigliano, understands the importance and complexity of these relationships between Dynamics partners and Microsoft. Joe joined Microsoft as part of the Great Plains acquisition of the early 2000's and has worked both as an employee and as a member of the channel ecosystem in the years since. Now working with Microsoft ISVs from the outside, he shares his perspective on what top performing Dynamics 365 ISVs are doing well today and what he foresees in Microsoft's ongoing partner engagement efforts and broader community planning.   Show Notes: 1:30 - Joe's history in the business apps ecosystem, dating back to Great Plains 3:30 - Observations on the current state of partners 5:00 - Why it is so challenging for partners to manage their Microsoft relationship 6:30 - What it means to be a globally managed ISV and how to achieve that level of attention 10:00 - Why ISVs should pursue a globally managed status 12:30 - Observations from Inner Circle and the ISVs who were invited this year 15:30 - Themes coming out of both Inner Circle and Directions North America 2022 17:30 - How should ISV IP align with Microsoft's goals? 20:00 - The benefits of tying into a Microsoft industry cloud 22:00 - Are partners getting enough from Microsoft in terms of strategic guidance? 26:00 - Microsoft channel leadership and the future of Microsoft's own conference strategy 28:00 - What does Microsoft's goal of Business Apps becoming a $10 billion segment mean for their public image, including their events roadmap?

TonioTimeDaily
I choose science over religion, and I give good tips on NSA (No strings attached) & dating dynamics!!! This is my last personal life episode for a month (I resume shows on the topic on June 3rd, 2022)

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 53:06


"OURSELVES There is only one life and we owe it to ourselves to make the most of it. No one will do it for us. Our happiness is our own responsibility, and within our own control. Understand how your mind works and interacts with the world and others. Understand your body and the effects of what you do to it, and what you put in it. Maximize the opportunities available to you by educating yourself. Increase your awareness and understanding of the world. Take charge of your mind and achieve peace of mind and happiness. Explore your sexuality. Exercise. Find your own purpose and meaning in life. Live a healthy life. Be honest. Use your free will and choose for yourself how to live and what to think. Stand up for yourself. Practice safe sex. Laugh, smile and enjoy your life. Think! OTHERS We are not alone in this world and our interaction with others can have a profound effect on the quality of our lives, depending upon how we perceive and treat them. Cultivate a positive attitude of respect for the other human beings you come across. Assume the best of others; and they will live up to your expectations. Help those less fortunate than yourself. Treat others in a way you would like to be treated. (Confucius, 500 BCE) Remember that rational people have their own perspective, which is equally valid. Be nice! It is amazing the difference it makes. Be tolerant. Smile!" --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Ingrained Insights Podcast
Episode 35: Better-for-you market dynamics with Veggies Made Great

Ingrained Insights Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 15:00


Scrum Dynamics
Six challenges of enterprise Dynamics 365 projects with Andrew Bibby and Dani Kahil

Scrum Dynamics

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 48:48


#116. Dani Kahil interviews Andrew Bibby about a pivotal, multi-year Dynamics 365 business transformation project in financial services. Dani Kahil and Andrew Bibby are both Microsoft Business Applications MVPs. Dani is an independent consultant and online trainer specialising in requirements analysis and solution envisioning. Andrew Bibby is a founder of Proximo 3, a Microsoft training and advisory partner based in the UK.Dani and Andrew discuss:How Andrew's client engaged him as an advisor to help the customer and their Microsoft partner organisations work effectively together.They started with a proof of concept to evaluate the Dynamics 365 platform and their agile way of working.The customer had an application landscape including Dynamics 365, Azure, and on-premise systems.How a single productivity business goal supported the project's business case.Grappling with an agile approach and ultimately settling on a hybrid approach that involved lots of upfront requirements analysis and design (and the affects of this).The importance of both the product owner and the scrum master in an agile team.Using Azure DevOps to track requirements and realised the value in requirements traceability all the way from inception through to production releases.Configuring Azure DevOps with a custom work item template to make it easier to capture requirements.Challenges ensuring user stories were sufficiently detailed so that developers could understand them and how the team experience and tackled the challenge of requirements changing (or being clarified) mid sprint.The value that estimation techniques, like planning poker, can have on helping developers understand the requirements.Difficulties co-ordinating and communicating changes across multiple work streams so that everyone understands changes to processes, requirements, data models or APIS that might affect their work.How solution architects can play a role in communicating changes across work streams.Andrew's growing enthusiasm for change management, Prosci training and certification, and the positive impact that professional change management has on business application adoption.ResourcesDani Kahil on LinkedInDani Kahil's blogDani Kahil's Functional Consulting online training course - Requirements analysis for a successful project delivery for Dynamics 365 or the Power PlatformAndrew Bibby on LinkedInAndrew Bibby on TwitterProximo 3 websiteProsci change management trainingSupport the show (https://buymeacoffee.com/amazingapps)

The Healthy Peaceful Podcast
Ep 34 | Amadea Morningstar - Ayurveda's shining star - 40+ yrs. The Elements of an Ayurvedic recipe: dynamic, balancing, seasonal, digestible, nourishing, made with love

The Healthy Peaceful Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 77:15


Join me as I interview Amadea Morningstar, a shining star in Ayurveda and Food & Healing for 40 + years.  She is the creator of Ayurveda Polarity & Yoga Institute in Sante Fe, New Mexico.  She is committed to teaching both Ayurveda in all its holistic and component parts (everything is Ayurvedic!)  and polarity therapy, a hands-on healing system designed to enable the body to regain its natural state of balance.  Amadea is a prolific author.  Her most well-known book is Ayurvedic Cooking along with Ayurvedic Cooking for Westerners.  Her most recent book is titled Easy Healing Drinks from the Wisdom of Ayurveda, Delicious and Nourishing Recipes for all Seasons.  Her blog has been voted in the top 30 in the Ayurveda category - she marries a variety of topics with Ayurveda including:  recipes and food; politics; women's health; inclusion and diversity; sustainability; living by yogic and Buddhist principles.  Wow, what a commitment she has made to helping us heal!In this interview we take a deep dive into two traditional recipes (one is recognizably American comfort food; the other a Middle Eastern dish).  Amadea shows us how to play with a recipe and make it a complete Ayurvedic dish and from there, a complete Ayurvedic meal.  This exercise is a prelude for Amadea's upcoming course:   Dynamics of Ayurvedic Nutrition:  Adapt Recipes for Individual & Cultural Needs.  What's beautiful about the way Amadea teaches us to how "to play" with a recipe is that it still adheres to its ethnic roots, its cultural integrity with the "add-ons" that Ayurveda deems important:  delicious, nourishing, easy to digest, easy to assimilate, easy to evacuate, bringing bliss to your mind-body-spirit.  Amadea also touches on her current interest in racial inclusion and diversity.  She recently completed a seven-week "Inclusion as Medicine Course," leading participants through each of the chakras as a pathway to begin healing our biases, subtle and not so subtle.We conclude with a series of rapid-fire questions:What do the words patience and persistence mean for you?Now that our lives have become more virtual – meaning our connections are also more virtual – one suggestion for thriving in this new virtual reality? What are the top three tips you can offer that are simple, yet profoundly healing?What does the term “wise woman” mean to you?Your favorite book on Ayurveda (besides your own)?You are obviously a big reader.  What you are currently reading?  Your opinion on what it will take for Ayurveda to infiltrate our modern life – the way Yoga has – in the U.S.?Find Amadea:  https://amadeamorningstar.net/ 

The Hive Jive - Beekeeping Podcast
150 - NBC pt 12 - Brood Dynamics with Fonta Molyneaux

The Hive Jive - Beekeeping Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 44:32


For the 12th installment of the Natural Beekeeping Corner, Nathalie sits down with Fonta Molyneaux from Wild Everlasting Farm to discuss Brood Dynamics and how to optimize your natural beekeeping for your own specific region.  This is a great conversation to help lead you down the path to becoming a more intuitive and instinctual beekeeper.  Tune in now to learn more…

Sigma Philosophy Podcast
EP 4. Ilieism

Sigma Philosophy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 28:43


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AR-15 Podcast - Modern Sporting Rifle Radio

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Firearms Radio Network (All Shows)

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DIAL
The dynamics of inequality: what have we learned?

DIAL

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 15:35


In the final episode of the DIAL podcast we're looking at what's been learned from DIAL projects about how and when inequality manifests in our lives and what its longer term consequences might be. We're joined by Elina Kilpi-Jakonen from the University of Turku in Finland. Elina is the Scientific Coordinator for DIAL and, as the programme draws to a close she reflects on some of the programme's highlights,  key findings and implications for the future.   Transcript Christine Garrington  0:00  Welcome to DIAL a podcast where we tune in to evidence on inequality over the life course. In series four, we're looking at what's been learned from DIAL projects about how and when inequality manifests in our lives, and what its longer-term consequences might be. For this final episode of the series, we're delighted to be joined by Elina Kilpi-Jakonen, from the University of Turku in Finland. Elina is the scientific co-ordinator for DIAL and today, as the programme draws to a close, she's here to reflect on some of the program's highlights, key findings and implications for the future. So welcome, Elina thank you very much indeed, for joining us. Now, first of all, I'm guessing it's been no mean feat and indeed, I know, it's been no mean feat, keeping an eye across 13 fantastic research projects with researchers based all over Europe. But just take a minute or two, if you would to remind us of what exactly the DIAL programme is and what it's involved over the last few years. Elina Kilpi-Jakonen  0:57  So thanks a lot, Chris. The DIAL programme is, as you said, kind of transnational programme. And we've had 13 research projects involved. And all of those involve international collaboration. And it's based in the social sciences and behavioural sciences, financed by NORFACE, which is a research organisation bringing together different funding institutes across Europe. And so the focus of DIAL has been on inequality and in particular inequality across the life course and trying to understand some of the structures of inequality cross nationally and some of the mechanisms kind of producing inequality and and what that means to people and societies as a whole. Christine Garrington  1:41  Wonder if I can ask you why it has been so important to look not just at inequality, per se, as you were saying there, but at how inequality manifests itself over the life course, because this is an important thing, isn't it? And indeed how, when and where it sort of accumulates? Elina Kilpi-Jakonen  1:57  Inequality is a really complex and multifaceted issue. And so I think one one part of it is that inequality comes across in many different domains. So it's important to take into account inequalities, for example, in education, labour market, health, and so on. And then I mean, to really understand where it comes from and what it means it's important to look at the determinants across time, I mean, both across time for an individual and their parents, and so on, kind of that life course aspect, but also, for countries to see how it develops across time. Inequality isn't something that just is, I mean, it develops. And so kind of building on that kind of developmental process to really kind of inform us about how we can do something about it, or how we can really kind of understand where it comes from, it's important to take that into account. Christine Garrington  2:58  Now, you talked about the programme largely being based in the social sciences. But one of the key things about the project is that we've seen researchers from different disciplines as well as different countries coming together to try to tackle, as you say, as you rightly say, this incredibly complex area around inequality, what's been the thinking there? Elina Kilpi-Jakonen  3:20  Well, I mean, inequality is something that interests a lot of academics working in different disciplines. And, and they come from it from from kind of different angles. And I think, because it is kind of a complex issue, and it's an issue that kind of manifests itself in different ways. So really building on on the strengths of different disciplines, I think is a key key strength here. So we don't only look at inequality in one domain, for example, say, say something like education, which would then be kind of a subset of disciplines that tend to be interested in inequality in education, but also how education is linked to inequalities in in other aspects and, and in addition to the kind of different domains that come from different disciplines, also, the ways in which we, we analyse it and building on the strengths and knowledge of different disciplines. I think is key here, key to, to just building a comprehensive picture and learning from each other, as well as as then taking that knowledge forward. Christine Garrington  4:34  It would be remiss of us not to talk about COVID. And in some ways, it was something of a setback for plans to to stage events and meetings around the the programme of research to get the word out there about it. But it also provided in some respects, a rather unexpected opportunity, didn't it to use the programme to look at inequality in the context of COVID. So, so tell us a bit about that. Elina Kilpi-Jakonen  4:58  Yeah, so obviously the research programme began before COVID. And so the projects had their their kind of plans of what they wanted to do and the analysis that they were going to do. But given this massive impact that COVID had on on society and and on inequality as well. A lot of projects then decided that this would be a really important aspect to look at and an opportunity also to learn about inequality in a changing societal context. So different projects have taken this into account in different ways. But for example, there's been kind of really important work on on just what happened to inequality for example, due to lock down and and the economic upheaval of COVID, not just the health implications, but then also using that upheaval, to think about how inequalities might be changed. And for example, so work by Alejandra Rodríguez Sánchez, Suzanne Harkness and Anette Fasang, looking at what happened to housework, during COVID. People were having to stay at home, both parents and children and seeing what happens to inequalities between men and women. And how the, the the number and age of children influences that and kind of what they saw was that obviously, this change in in family habits changed house work habits, but at the same time, when locked down ended a lot of couples returned to normal. So so even though there was a massive shift, and and people behaved differently for a short period of time, we can see that these kind of entrenched habits, then then go back to normal quite quickly. Christine Garrington  6:43  Yeah, really interesting piece of work that so. And also, despite COVID, you were able to, nevertheless, to involve a great number of stakeholders in in the research, what messages did you receive from them, I wonder about what was emerging? Elina Kilpi-Jakonen  6:58  So yeah, we've had some really interesting discussions with stakeholders, both policymakers and then kind of non-governmental organisations involved in both practical work and lobbying as well. And they've been really interested in in the work that we're doing. So in particular, we've talked to stakeholders involved in kind of gender inequality work, and how participation in the labour market is unequal between men and women, and in particular, between mothers and fathers. And then we've also talked a lot to stakeholders involved in kind of childhood disadvantages, and how different types of children are put at a disadvantage. And what are some of the mechanisms kind of potentially either alleviating those disadvantages, or that are currently making those disadvantages larger, and that would kind of be important to look at. So we've kind of talked both about the the bigger picture of inequality, but also some of the mechanisms and obviously, stakeholders are, are often interested in what they can do. And then we've also had really good discussions about especially with policymakers also about the kinds of data that going forward, would be needed to, to kind of really analyse these things further. And I think there's a lot of kind of shared interest in collecting data or making administrative data available for researchers to be able to address inequalities in the future. Christine Garrington  8:28  Yeah, now a major part of your role, Elina has been to pull together all of these different strands of work in some way to ensure that we get to a, what we hope is a coherent picture of what's been learned from the programme as a whole. And I wonder whether it's possible in the short period of time that we have to say what has been learned from the programme as a whole? Elina Kilpi-Jakonen  8:48  Well, that's no mean feat. To then kind of say what's been learned because I think there's such richness in the research coming through and I mean, we've only kind of touched upon some of the aspects just now. And so we what we've been trying to do is, is bring together kind of thematically, things we've learnt in terms of, for example, gender inequalities, as I just mentioned. So So really looking at further at kind of motherhood, penalties and how, how those might be potentially for example, by by further training ameliorated although at the same time, we need to remember that women tend to nowadays have higher education levels than men. So education isn't always the key here. So also looking at kind of gender and sexual minorities, even though we've been making progress in terms of legislation and policy. The discrimination can still be kind of an ongoing issue for people and and kind of the legacy of the past is still a major issue for for LGBT citizens across Europe and even though legislation has progressed a lot to still the practices in terms of, of workplaces or educational institutions aren't aren't really catching up necessarily, to such a large extent. And then moving on to kind of a different area, I think there's been a lot of really interesting work in terms of, of the role of genetics, which is a big new area of research in terms of social sciences, and how that plays into the reproduction of inequalities across generations and over the life course, and how that changes depending on the environment that people live in. So, so we're learning a lot about so called gene environment interplay, and which is obviously kind of something that social scientists are really keen to look at is the the environmental aspect of, of how genes play out. So so we're learning a lot about the fact that genes aren't our destiny as such, but but the the context or the environment matters a lot for that. Christine Garrington  11:00  Yeah, lots of really fascinating and very, very innovative work that's going on in that area, for sure. Now, you're talking about stakeholders a moment ago, you've been responsible also for helping to ensure the dissemination of this research to to those non-academics as well as other researchers. So I'm interested to know and I think others will be interested to know what sorts of resources there are available. For those interested to know more, aside from the obviously, the dozens, and I know, there are dozens of journal articles and working papers that have have been produced if you'd like for the scientific community. But what else is there. Elina Kilpi-Jakonen  11:34  Starting from those journal articles, I think we've tried to make a kind of effort to make those more accessible in terms of both bringing them all to our website, but also providing summaries that are not just the academic abstract. So even looking at the journal articles, starting from from summaries that are more accessible to everyone involved, and not just researchers in those fields, I mean, abstracts can sometimes be a bit difficult to disentangle. Then bringing together the research we've we've been producing policy briefs that, I mean, obviously are aimed at policy audiences but I think those bring together thematically some of the research as well in a really nice way. So those are available on the on the website, then obviously, this podcast series, I think is has been a great way of disseminating the research. In addition to that, so we had our final conference last autumn. And some of those videos from the presentations are available still through the website. I mean, there's both recordings of presentations that bring together entire projects, but also kind of individual, more finely specified research topics. But But in particular, there's there's videos of researchers presenting their whole project at the final conference. So I think those are also a great resource. Christine Garrington  12:57  Yeah, indeed, a wonderful library of materials that people can dip into at their leisure and really catch up on and get to grips with the important things that have emerged from this, this work. So finally, Elina, the ultimate aim of a programme like this is obviously to improve our understanding and knowledge on the one hand and influence change for the good with the understanding on the other. And I wonder if you're able to say how, I know it's very difficult, but if you can say how all this important work might feed into the thinking and policies of those seeking to reduce inequalities today, and in the future? Elina Kilpi-Jakonen  13:32  At the same time as advancing academic knowledge, we definitely have wanted these research results to be relevant for policymakers and to reach policymakers and indeed, kind of other organisations interested in in these types of inequalities and processes. I mean, on the one hand, there has been really great comparative work on the kind of institutional influences that policies in different countries have and I think that's a really important thing to draw from in terms of, for example, education policy, or family policies for work life balance and the gender inequality in pay so, so looking at the across national differences and comparing countries and then learning from that. But then also, I mean, there's been really detailed work into kind of the mechanisms of inequality and more specific interventions for example, and how those influence inequality and and then really digging more deeply into how inequality is reproduced and what we might be able to do about that. So for example, work on on parenting and how that reproduces inequalities among children and and then thinking about well, how we might be able to to provide more equitable parenting for children and what we can do about that. So I think there's, there's been work on multiple levels that hopefully we'll be able for policymakers to draw on in terms of developing these things in the future. Christine Garrington  15:07  Thanks to Elina Kilpi-Jakonen, DIAL's scientific co-ordinator for joining us for the final episode of this fourth series of the DIAL podcast. You can find all the resources that Elina mentioned in this episode on the DIAL website at www.dynamicsofinequality.org. We hope you enjoyed this episode, which is produced and presented by Chris Garrington of Research Podcasts. And don't forget to subscribe wherever you find your podcasts to access all our earliest series.

This Matters
The changing political dynamics of Toronto city hall

This Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 22:32


Guests: David Rider and Jennifer Pagliaro, The Star's City Hall bureau With a municipal election coming in October, change is coming to city hall. While Mayor John Tory will be seeking his third term, it is in the race for council seats where a lot of the action and interest will be. While there are no political parties tied to Toronto's council, there are political factions and the political makeup and dynamics of the inner workings of council will be different after the depature of some left-wing councillors.

The Postpartum Coach Podcast
The Mother Wound Part 1: Mother Daughter Toxicity, Unhealthy Dynamics and Abuse - Why and How to Repair Postpartum

The Postpartum Coach Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 27:18


Today we are lightly exploring a typically very family-hidden subject. You'll learn names and terms for the stuff that bugs you with your mamma but that you've had a hard time articulating. You'll get more clarity around WHY your mom is the way she is, and why you respond the way you do.  My hope is that this episode validates your frustrations and also helps you feel compassion and hope for more connection with your mother, or whomever you choose to mother you. Join my group coaching program: https://lizzielangston.com/program/ Download my free Postpartum Mental Health Guide: https://lizzielangston.com/freebie/

The Wall Street Lab
#87 Barney Coles (Capital Dynamics) - Investing Into Clean Energy Infrastructure

The Wall Street Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 56:13


Barney Coles is a Managing Director, Co-Head of the Clean Energy team and member of the Executive Committee of Capital Dynamics. He is also a member of the Responsible Investment Committee. He has over a decade of renewable energy financing experience across Europe. Prior to joining Capital Dynamics, Barney spent over six years in energy corporate finance at Ernst & Young in London, working across lead advisory, project finance, and M&A in the clean energy and utility sectors. He also provided transaction advice to both the private and public sector on large-scale clean energy infrastructure procurement processes. Barney has a bachelor's degree in Economics from University of Cambridge and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.   In this episode we dig deeper into a topic we brushed with Capital Dynamics CEO Martin Hahn before: Clean Energy. Private Investments in renewable energy assets, like wind parks and solar farms all across Europe. We dig into lifecycle of such assets, value drivers, and buyers and sellers in the market. We go deep into the mechanics of the power market and what it means for asset pricing. Barney tells us how he experienced the complete change in the market when subsidies suddenly stopped and much more.

WellSaid – The Wellington Management Podcast
When “E” and “S” collide: Russia/Ukraine and the challenging ESG dynamics of the green energy transition

WellSaid – The Wellington Management Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 37:28


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Let’s Get Vulnerable: Relationship and Dating Advice
EP 227: Toxic Relationships, Fearful-Avoidant Attachment Style Dynamics; Dr. Morgan Breaks Down Netflix's “The Ultimatum”

Let’s Get Vulnerable: Relationship and Dating Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 46:55


Get ready for me to spill the tea on Netflix's “The Ultimatum”    I go over each couple's dynamic, and ways I think they could have shown up healthier.    Inside of the episode I give you:    -My professional analysis of each relationship dynamic  -I point out the relationships that were unhealthy (I discuss the exact instances of anxious attachment, avoidant attachment, and fearful-avoidant dynamics!)  -I tell you which contestants displayed narcissistic traits  Aaaaaand so much more!   This is an extra juicy episode, and I know you will get A LOT out of it!    Ready to do the work to become the securely attached version of yourself who can show up to create a great relationship?!    The Empowered. Secure.Loved. Program has limited spots this Spring! Don't miss out.    Click Here to Apply!

Insights for IT Negotiations
Microsoft FY22 Q3 Earnings: Reliance on Microsoft Cloud Remains High

Insights for IT Negotiations

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 8:10


Microsoft beat expectations on the top and bottom lines, posting FY22 Q3 total revenue of $49.4B. It is clear that the continued success is directly tied to Microsoft Cloud, which includes Azure, Office365, LinkedIn, Dynamics 365, Power Apps, and other cloud solutions. Microsoft Cloud eclipsed $23B in the quarter, representing a 32% increase year-over-year. In this podcast, Microsoft Practice Leader, Adam Mansfield, discusses how Microsoft needs to move more customers to their most robust “E5” offering and, in particular, the all-in-cloud bundle Microsoft 365 E5. This is especially important given the fact that Microsoft has not yet moved as many customers as they would have expected onto the bundle. In light of this, he also covers what enterprise customers should expect as they approach their upcoming renewals as well as how to prepare for Microsoft's plan of attack. Host: Adam Mansfield: https://bit.ly/3rPGp8r Microsoft Commercial Advisory Services: https://bit.ly/2V78ADX

NAILED IT! The Business of Roofing
Grow Your Sales Career By Being a Trusted Advisor | Alex Kitcher of Contractor Dynamics

NAILED IT! The Business of Roofing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 52:18


Grow Your Sales Career By Being a Trusted Advisor Meet the Contractor Dynamics Team! Alex Kitcher is a Marketing Advisor for Contractor Dynamics. In this discussion, Alex shares his lessons from roofing sales and marketing sales, and what the keys have been for him to build successful careers in each area. Contrary to what most people believe (Always Be Closing!), Alex shares why expertise and empathy are the key ingredients to helping people WIN. Contractor Dynamics is the leading marketing training company for the construction industry. We train growth-minded roofing & contracting companies to create their own content, run their own ads, and generate their own sales - with more consistency and predictability. Learn More About Our Marketing Training Program >>>

Community Routes
Season 3, Episode 16: Unconcious Dynamics

Community Routes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 39:17


Join Samuel, Julie, and Sarah as they dive into the fascinating topic of the unconscious. Julie discusses how what we are conscious of is a small amount of what is going on in the mind (the number will surprise you). We dive into a new part of the brain (the thalmus) and discuss its relation with the amygdala. How does this unconscious play a role in our thought processes? How are we allowing the unconscious to open up to us in the moment? What does my unconscious need? Learn all that and more! --- Please rate us on iTunes and Spotify! We need all the help we can get to spread the word about mental health. Reach out and start a conversation with us! We would love to hear from you on Facebook or Instagram or you can email us at communityroutes.pod@gmail.com Special Thanks to Julie Richards for hosting, Steve Dodge for the theme song, Alexander Wells for the logos, and Carrie Stratton for social media support! Can't get enough? Support the show through our Patreon. Our other links: https://linktr.ee/communityroutes

Jesus Smart: The Podcast
Land Questing: Jesus Dynamics (Ep 230)

Jesus Smart: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 1:50


In Psalm 16, David says that, first, the Lord is his inheritance. Then, the Lord assigns the "lines" of our lives in pleasant places. We each have a quest of faith to possess our "land." Jesus Dynamics are tight episodes that highlight how things work in the Kingdom. Go to the show notes page for this episode at JesusSmart.com. Get the Jesus Smart eLetter and keep current with podcast episode releases Podcast Archive >> JesusSmart.com/podcast

BioTypical
Melancholic Friendship Dynamics

BioTypical

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 46:38


Our monthly patron questions episode takes an interesting turn as The BioTypical team observes and breaks down the friendship dynamics between Brian and his friend CassidyConfused about BioTypes? Here's a starter episode that explains the Unani Biotypes and Systemic Psychology we reference.For more information on BioTypes visit www.RGPdevelopment.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIALSRodrigoInstagram (English)Facebook (English)Instagram (Español)Facebook (Español)RossInstagramFacebookTwitterBrianInstagramTwitterYouTubeEdited by Dan PurcellSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/rgpdevelopment)

unSeminary Podcast
Latest HR Dynamics Impacting Your Church With Tiffany Henning

unSeminary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 33:22


Thanks for joining the unSeminary podcast. We're talking with Tiffany Henning, founder of HR Ministry Solutions which helps with human resources in churches and faith-based ministries. At the beginning of 2021, many churches were restructuring their staff. Now in 2022 with so much inflation, there are concerns about how to compensate staff fairly. These things […]

The Lucky Few
157. Sibling Dynamics & Down Syndrome

The Lucky Few

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 55:36


When you receive your child's Down syndrome diagnosis, your mind imagines a thousand different scenarios for how their life will go.. but what happens when we consider their siblings? What happens when they realize that the world won't always be kind to their sibling with Down syndrome? Are they annoyed with each other because that's their sibling or because they have Down syndrome? How do help our kids connect with one another? We're chatting about all things SIBLINGS today! Join us as we discuss what it's like to parent children with and without DS! We're talking everything from dividing time between activities and therapies, figuring out how-not-to overburden any of our children, and how to share about DS with your kiddos. It can be complicated but we know one thing for sure.. our kids with Down syndrome have a special way of anchoring the family and reminding everyone of their value and worth. SHOW NOTES Check out the book we mentioned, We'll Paint the Octopus Red by Stephanie Stuve-Bodeen LET'S CHAT Email hello@theluckyfewpodcast.com with your questions and Good News for future episodes. HELP US SHIFT THE NARRATIVE Interested in partnering with The Lucky Few Podcast as a sponsor? Email hello@theluckyfewpodcast.com for more information! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theluckyfewpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theluckyfewpod/support