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Emerging science shows a strong connection between our brains and our gut, or the gut-brain axis. While you might think that these two organs have very different structures and functions, they actually have more in common than you'd think. The gut and the brain are connected by the vagus nerve and neurotransmitters, and our gut microbes can even communicate with our brains. When it comes to brain function and the science behind the gut-brain connection, Dr. Andrew Huberman is one of the world's foremost experts. Dr. Huberman is a highly-regarded neuroscientist and tenured professor at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He is the director of Huberman Lab at Stanford, and the host of the Huberman Lab Podcast. In part two of this interview series, Dr. Huberman is sharing his expertise on the numerous benefits that fasting can have on the brain and the neurobiology behind overeating, hyper-palatable foods, and obesity. You're also going to learn about the gut-brain axis, the glymphatic system, and the role that stress plays in the brain, and so much more. Enjoy! In this episode you'll discover: The many benefits of time-restricted feeding. How fasting can create harmony in your brain's reward pathways. The ideal eating window for intermittent fasting. Why being inconsistent with fasting is like having jet lag. What you can learn from your own resistance. How dopamine works. What the gut-brain axis is, and how the neurons in those systems communicate. Why hidden sugars encourage overeating. Three things you can do to improve your gut-brain axis. What micro addictions are. The benefits of eating 2-4 servings of low sugar fermented food per day. Why sleep and microbiome are two main pillars of health. How inflammation in the brain is unlike other types of inflammation. What the glymphatic system is and how to support it. The clinical definition of insomnia. Why mouth breathing is detrimental to your well-being. The link between cortisol levels and immune health. How to determine the difference between short-term stress and long-term stress. What a psychogenic fever is. Items mentioned in this episode include: PaleoValley.com/model -- Use code MODEL for 15% off! Organifi.com/Model -- Use the coupon code MODEL for 20% off! Do These Things to Have More Energy with Dr. Andrew Huberman – Episode 523 Intermittent Fasting & The Principles of Stress with Ori Hofmekler – Episode 261 Breath by James Nestor Jaws: The Story of a Hidden Epidemic by Sandra Kahn & Paul R. Ehrlich Connect with Dr. Andrew Huberman Podcast / Instagram Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud
Today there is a growing recognition that we need to get far more capital into the hands of people who have been systematically excluded from entrepreneurship. Historically capital has disproportionately been allocated to a very narrow slice of entrepreneurs who are ivy league educated, white men. Meanwhile, women, people of colour, LGBTQ and Indigenous communities, and many others have been systematically excluded.And while today there is a growing number of funds, incubators, and accelerators that have been established to get capital into the hands of a much more diverse group of entrepreneurs, we still have a long way to go.According to RateMyInvestor and Diversity VC's second "Diversity in U.S. Startups" report, "VC-backed startups in the United States are still significantly male (89.3%), white (71.6%), based in Silicon Valley (35.3%) and Ivy-educated (13.7%)."Part of the problem is that those who allocate capital to entrepreneurs (e.g. fund managers) are still mostly represented by wealthy white men. According to our next guest's research, of the roughly $70 trillion of investment assets in the United States, just about 1% is managed by diverse asset managers.In this episode, we're joined by Bahiyah Yasmeen Robinson, Founder & CEO of VC Include. What distinguishes Bahiyah's efforts are that while others are focused on supporting diverse entrepreneurs, Bahiyah's efforts are focused on supporting diverse fund managers. Bahiyah's expertise in leading technology, investment, and social impact initiatives since the early 2000s culminated in her creating VC Include in 2018 to build platforms and programs for diverse emerging managers globally. VC Include was established to meet the market opportunity by building an ecosystem of women, Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and LGBTQ+ fund managers.During the episode, we discuss who and why certain groups of people get systematically excluded from the private equity industry, conscious vs unconscious bias, the moral imperative, structural inequalities, and how VC Include supports diverse emerging fund managers to overcome the hurdles that prevent them from raising and managing more capital.Resources from this episode:VC Include website, Twitter, and LinkedInGender Lens Investing In and By Private Market Funds, During the Global COVID-19 Pandemic: a View from Capital Connect written by Bahiyah and Suzanne Biegel
Paul Shahriari, Chief Innovation Officer and Founder of Ecomedes, sat down with Godfrey Vice President of Creative Scott Trobaugh and Senior Strategist Donna Harris to talk about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG). ESG has gone beyond simply being a buzzword — now B2B brands increasingly view it as a core value, intended to serve as an integrated part of their offering to customers, employees, investors and other stakeholders. In this episode, Paul brings his two decades of experience to the conversation about the trends, challenges and opportunities brands now have to make a positive impact on their business and the world around them. Paul shares: Emerging trends in sustainability How the built environment is undergoing a sustainability renaissance The importance of offering value in sustainable solutions The value of implementing ESG with a multidisciplinary mindset Why data-driven ESG decision-making matters Ways ESG metrics could evolve About the Speakers:PAUL SHAHRIARI Chief Innovation Officer and Founder Ecomedes Paul Shahriari is the Chief Innovation Officer and Founder of Ecomedes, a cloud-based technology platform designed to simplify sustainability and ESG-driven decision-making. The Ecomedes platform helps users deliver increased ROI, reduce environmental impacts and be healthier through the selection of better products to their organizations and the buildings they design, build and operate. Paul is an authority on sustainability, high-performance green building and the application of technology to the design and construction process. He has been a visionary in the field of sustainability through his consulting practice, GreenMind Inc., and has served over 150 clients since 2000. A sought-after speaker and a master speaker at USGBC Greenbuild Conference, he has delivered over 500 presentations nationally and internationally during his career, on topics including green technology, green jobs, eco-entrepreneurialism, green rating systems, green marketing and cost/benefit analysis. In addition to Ecomedes, he founded two other technology companies: ecologic3, the first project software that produces cost/benefit analysis for green building projects, and ecoScorecard, the first web-based environmental documentation software for manufacturers working in commercial and residential construction. DONNA HARRISSenior Strategist As a senior strategist at Godfrey, Donna is fascinated with industry trends and market research. She supports account teams with insight and strategic planning and thrives on conquering challenges that keep clients up at night. SCOTT TROBAUGHVice President of Creative As Vice President of Creative at Godfrey, Scott leads teams in creative problem-solving, with the goal of tethering outlandish ideas to workable business realities.
Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss possible lifestyle changes. How tough it is to get into a routine lately. Also, thoughts on tonight's Browns game. Ken and Lima explain why despite what people believe, they do not want the Browns to lose. Check out the entire podcast below and tune in live on Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately following the Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima for live editions of the show on the 92.3 The Fan XTRA stream. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
(00:00-9:06): Brian and Aubrey unpacked Thom Rainer's Churchanswers.com blog post, “Five Things Church Leaders Wish They Had Done Differently During the Pandemic.” (9:06-26:09): Dr. Mark Yarhouse, Professor of Psychology at Wheaton College, Director of the Sexual & Gender Identity Institute, and Coauthor of “The Integration of Psychology and Christianity,” joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about his book, “Emerging Gender Identities: Understanding the Diverse Experiences of Today's Youth.” Learn more about Mark at wheaton.edu/sgi and connect with him on Twitter at @markyarhouse (26:09-35:21): How can Christians address white supremacy at church? Brian and Aubrey talked about this and discussed Robert P. Jones' Religion News Service article, “7 things white Christians can do to address white supremacy at church.” (35:21-43:34): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on Alicia Akins' Christianity Today article, “The Single Person's Catechism.” (43:34-53:00): Brian and Aubrey shared their TOP FIVE Pie Flavors. Aubrey's #1 pick was Peach Pie and Brian's #1 pick was Cherry Pie. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dave McKeown helps individuals, teams, and organizations achieve excellence by doing the ordinary things extraordinarily well. He is the CEO of Outfield Leadership and author of the Amazon best-selling book The Self-Evolved Leader - Elevate Your Focus and Develop Your People in a World That Refuses to Slow Down. Free Guide: Six Secrets of Effective Strategic Planning. Sign up for the 5 Day Get Focused Challenge. WHO IS MARK STRUCZEWSKI? Mark “Ski” Struczewski (Mister Productivity) works with executives to help them gain control of their time by taming distractions so they can experience less overwhelm, feel a sense of freedom, and enjoy their lives. In addition to being a productivity coach, Mark is a speaker, host of The Mark Struczewski Podcast, and author. His strategies have guided CEOs/Executive Directors, business owners, business corporate specialists, and entrepreneurs to get back control of their time. You can find out more about how to connect with Mark and his mission to create confident leaders at MisterProductivity.com. Does your to-do list have you overwhelmed? When you join my Digital Productivity Coaching (DPC) Program, you'll learn how to get and stay focused, become untangled from the chaos of your to-do list, experience less overwhelm, and have time to do what you really want to do! Find out more and sign up today at MarkStruczewski.com/dpc Get instant access to The Basics of Productivity Course at MarkStruczewski.com/bofp Become a Mark Struczewski Insider and get productivity tips and exclusive content that I only share with email subscribers. Follow Mark on YouTube, LinkedIn, TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat.
Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss what's next for Baker Mayfield with his current injury. How Baker should handle the media if he misses significant time with the Browns? Also, Illinois Head Coach Bret Bielema blasted his current roster. Why its hard to recruit at schools like Illinois? Check out the entire podcast below and tune in live on Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately following the Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima for live editions of the show on the 92.3 The Fan XTRA stream. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Summary: John Rubino and I catch up on all things in the economy starting with false information in the media—we are not receiving honest commentary on inflation, which could lead to other problems down the road. Furthermore, we discuss some of the effects of inflation in sectors such as energy, and discuss issues surrounding the Chinese real estate market and what could potentially happen. Highlights: -Is gold going to have its rally? When is it going to happen? -Joe Rogan exposed CNN for giving false information to adhere to their own agenda -The mainstream media is losing popularity and credibility -Attention is shifting from corporate networks to independent journalists -The media has lied about inflation—these lies can be fatal -$80+ per barrel oil -Heating bills in American homes are predicted to rise -The whole energy complex is in an inflationary spiral -How long does this have to continue before we see it as a psychological market shift? -People are buying things in fear of not being able to get them later at a reasonable price -You need to hold assets that are going to go up -It's better to be a debtor in an inflationary period -Developing countries are terrified of inflation in ways that we are not -Labor has the power to start clawing back some of the wealth taken from it -Renting is going to be a really difficult thing to do—they will be set by people charging as much as possible -The Chinese real estate market is the largest asset class -Chinese real estate and US treasury seem connected John Rubino 10-18-21 Rogan! Americans' heating bills to soar up to 50% this winter Oil is over $80 a barrel. Labor flexes its muscle as leverage tips from employers to workers (wage inflation) Labor unrest is making a comeback in the USA. Wages going up is a really bad thing as far as the Fed is concerned. Emerging market central banks raising rates because inflation is deadly there (this is big) Potemkin store shelves https://twitter.com/DonDurrett/status/1449865683324395526?s=20 Renters are getting squeezed. Hedge funds are buying up the available housing stock and will squeeze the renter class. Chinese real estate bubble is bursting, perhaps the largest bubble in history and creation. 75% of household assets are wrapped up in real estate. Useful Links: Financial Survival Network Dollar Collapse
Richard Maybury and Dr. Roger Moss return. When President Eisenhower was leaving the Presidency, he warned Americans of the emerging “military industrial complex” (MIC) that would destroy our democratic form of government. Sadly, it seems the President was right as a massive bureaucracy now makes rules that have nothing to do with the will of the electorate. A move away from power by the people to power of the government over the electorate to dictate every area of life has provoked growing anger from conservatives. Conservatives crave retention of the Constitution that guarantees the rights of Americans to be free of government tyranny. Much of the current lack of agreement is related to social issues, with economic issues taking a back seat. But, increasingly, as Federal Reserve's counterfeiting actions result in hyperinflation and Americans realize this money printing scam is the reason for their poverty and the massive wealth of the top 1%, Richard believes a setting very similar to Cuba in 1958 may leave power in America up for grabs by any number of interests. Richard will explain what to watch for to determine who will gain power and what investments you should own in preparation for a hyperinflationary event starting with gold. Roger will give us an update on Labrador Gold Corp on its Kingsway project that is starting to show some very high grade results. These results are starting to resemble the results of the emerging world class gold discovery on the Queensway project next door by New Found Gold.
What does it look like to do something that you've never done before -- that no one has ever done before? What does it mean to be a pioneer in this new world of work? What does it look like when you take responsibility for crafting a new role for yourself, both internally and externally? Hear all about it from Larisa Bolivar, a long-time social justice advocate and a pioneer in the cannabis industry.
3 Emerging Supply Chain Trends with Steve Elwell Joe Lynch and Steve Elwell discuss 3 emerging supply chain trends. Steve helps businesses manage challenges through improvements to leadership, liquidity, sales, and costs. About Steve Elwell Steve Elwell is the Founder of iDev Partners, which is a business consultancy focused on turnaround, growth, and Improvement. Steve brings a strategic and practical approach to the challenges of leadership and business profitability. He is an expert in the growth and turnaround of small and medium manufacturing, logistics, and technology businesses. He led the turnaround of 6 troubled companies and started 2 new businesses. He successfully recruited and led 6 sales forces, introduced dozens of new products, and entered 10 new markets. As a retained executive search consultant, he built C-suite leadership teams for clients in a variety of industries. Steve earned a BA in Economics and Management and an MBA. He lives with his family in suburban Detroit. About iDev Partners iDev Partners provides growth and turnaround services to owners and executives of small and medium-sized automotive, industrial, and technology businesses. Areas of focus include new market entry, new product development, sales effectiveness, partnerships and alliances, operational excellence, and financial management. Key Takeaways: 3 Emerging Supply Chain Trends Steve Elwell is the Founder of iDev Partners, which is a business consultancy focused on turnaround, growth, and Improvement. Steve brings a strategic and practical approach to the challenges of leadership and business profitability. In this podcast, Joe and Steve discuss 3 emerging supply chain trends. Trend #1: China represent a higher supply chain risk There is significant political risk with the current Chinese government leadership. An older, more expensive population means China is not a low-cost country for business. The housing/financial issues within China threaten the country's financial stability. Ongoing infrastructure and water issues has the potential to disrupt supply chains. Trend #2: Near sourcing and shorter supply chains Many companies are moving to supply chain partners located in North America to reduce supply chain risk, transportation costs, transportation time, and environmental impact. The port congestion and challenges caused by the pandemic highlighted the problem with suppliers from Asia. Trend #3: Better decision making enabled by end-to-end connectivity, transparency, and visibility. Investment in technology is enabling companies to make better decisions because they have visibility into their supply chains. Soon, supply chains will be connected from order-to-cash or end-to-end, which that there will be a “digital twin” that represents the physical supply chain (reality). Top supply chains practitioners are already using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to run millions of possible SC scenarios with the goal of reducing risk, while increasing resiliency, and profits. Learn More About 3 Emerging Supply Chain Trends Steve Elwell iDev Partners Previous Podcasts with Steve Elwell: Make Heroes, Make Money with Steve Elwell Avoiding Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt in Sales with Steve Elwell The Number One Reason Why People Buy with Steve Elwell Understanding the Buying Process with Steve Elwell The Only 3 Ways to Improve Your Sales with Steve Elwell Entering New Logistics Markets with Steve Elwell The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
The third of a three-part lecture series hosted by the SOAS in 2013 titled "The Second Wave of the Rise of the South; the Emerging Countries (as of 2000)" (The first two parts are also available on this feed) Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ac8Fsu0WVKg&ab_channel=SOASUniversityofLondon
Our young people transition into adulthood gradually and with assistance. In this episode of Breaking Bread, Kathy Knochel explains the role community plays in this process. She highlights the responsibility that is ours and equips us with the tool set needed to get the job done. Connect with the young people in your life. Know them. Listen to them. Care for them. Challenge them. Equip them. Give responsibility to them. When they fail, receive them.
Emerging contemporary Christian musical artist Cade Thompson joins us to share the importance of remembering all the wonderful things God has done for us and that through life's beautiful mystery the best is yet to come. The Praisecast team discusses a few ways to ensure your well of creativity never runs dry in this world of quarantine we are living in, they discuss the power of authentic relationships God has for us, and Kimberly takes us on Stephen Curtis Chapman's “The Great Adventure” with her singing voice. This week's bizarre quote: “Let me just say my bright orange beanie stood out like a beacon.””””
A long-debated bill establishing new hemp rules just gained final approval in California, but what does this mean for the market and how should we prepare? Here to help us answer that is Jeffrey Welsh, Partner at Vicente Sederberg & co-founder of Composite Agency. Learn more at https://vicentesederberg.com Key Takeaways: [1:37] An inside look at Vicente Sederberg, one of the largest cannabis law firms in the US [4:56] Jeffrey's decorated background in entertainment and how he came to join Vicente Sederberg [12:04] Emerging growth opportunities in entertainment and cannabis [16:46] How celebrity brands could help destigmatize cannabis and draw in more consumers [21:57] The Trailer Bill and what this means for California's cannabis industry [25:41] Assembly Bill 45 and the end of prohibition on smokable hemp in California
Episode SummaryProf. Andrew Jones on nitrate supplementation, beetroot for performance enhancement, critical power and “Breaking-2” projectShow Notes01:10 – Dr. Jones introduces himself and talks about his current work 03:30 – How Dr. Jones started his research on nitrate supplementation06:40 – Natural availability of nitrate in the body08:20 – Timing nitrate supplementation12:50 – How much nitrate supplementation to take14:20 – Physiological benefits of nitrate supplementation including vasodilation17:55 – Nitrate supplementation for general health and well-being22:35 - Critical speed and its importance27:05 – Measuring critical speed practically30:05 – Involvement in “Breaking2” project34:45 – Key insights from “Breaking2” project38:35 – How soon will the 2 hour marathon barrier be broken in a regular race?39:45 – Emerging areas of research 42:35 – Recommendations on resourcesFollow Prof. JonesTwitter: @AndyBeetrootRecommendation on further readingPhysiological demands of running at 2-hour marathon race pace in “Journal of Applied Physiology - https://journals.physiology.org/doi/full/10.1152/japplphysiol.00647.2020Contact Details for Running and Fitness with RajWebsite: runfitraj.comemail:firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook Group:Running and Fitness with RajInstagram:@runningandfitnesswithrajTwitter: @RunningRajListen and SubscribeThank you for listening and supporting "Running and Fitness with Raj". If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, spread the word and rate & review on iTunes or wherever you are listening to your podcast.AppleSpotifyJioSaavnGoogle PodcastsStitcherCastboxTuneInPodcast AddictPodchaser
Are you a ‘professional' entrepreneur or just an amateur founder? Start-up land is full of folks new to their industry and even new to capitalism itself. The hordes of amateurs are one reason that public firm employees look down on start-ups traditionally. But, increasingly, even in CPG, there is a caste hierarchy between the pros and the newbs. Despite the disadvantage new founders face, more and more are professionalizing to succeed, very well. But the need to professionalize is more urgent than ever if you want to compete with the growing number of pros in the space.Your Host: Dr. James F. Richardson of Premium Growth Solutions, LLC www.premiumgrowthsolutions.comPlease send feedback on this or other episodes to: email@example.com
Ideas, Energized Podcast SeriesPresented by Larta Institute Hosted by David Berokoff, Director, Energy Practice, Larta InstituteIn Episode 1, Part 1 Dr. Jack Brouwer, Professor at UC Irvine & Energy System Dynamics Expert joins David Berokoff to discuss existing net-zero carbon technologies, the history of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, the transition from reliance on fossil fuel-derived hydrogen to more sustainable hydrogen production targets. Themes: energy, carbon technologies, fuel cell technologies, fossil fuels, climate change
Featuring perspectives from Drs Edward Garon, Jarushka Naidoo, Harvey Pass and Heather Wakelee, including the following topics: Immunotherapy in Surgically Resectable Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) Introduction: Tumor board discussions since ASCO 2021 (0:00) Case: A woman in her early 60s with Stage IIA lung adenocarcinoma — PD-L1-negative, pan-wild type (8:00) Case: A man in his mid-50s with Stage IIA squamous NSCLC — PD-L1 15% (22:44) Case: A man in his early 90s with Stage IB lung adenocarcinoma — PD-L1 10% (31:47) Key relevant data sets (39:07) Adjuvant Treatment of NSCLC with a Driver Mutation Case: A man in his late 60s with Stage III lung adenocarcinoma — PD-L1
Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss their favorite scary movies ahead of Halloween. Also, Ken and Lima talk about the afterlife. Has Lima start thinking about the afterlife? What would it take for Ken to be buried at Lakeview Cemetery? Check out the entire podcast below and tune in live on Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately following the Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima for live editions of the show on the 92.3 The Fan XTRA stream. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
For comprehensive show notes, including links to everything Donnie Yance and I discuss on today's episode, visit BenGreenfieldFitness.com/donnie My guest on today's podcast, Donald (“Donnie”) Yance, is an internationally known master herbalist and nutritionist. He received his herbal training through Sequoia College and is a professional member of the American Herbalists Guild. He was trained as a clinical nutritionist through the National Institute of Nutritional Education and holds certification through the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. He is also professed as a Secular Franciscan (SFO), which equips him with the breadth and wisdom to touch on the spiritual aspects of healing. Donnie is the founder and formulator of Natura Health Products, for which he created a unique line of therapeutic-grade botanical and nutritional supplements. The current Natura portfolio consists of over forty formulations derived from botanical and nutritional agents acquired from around the world. These products have made a significant contribution to his tangible success in improving the health of his patients, specifically by providing therapeutic amounts of key ingredients that would otherwise be unattainable anywhere in the world. Here are a few of the more salient points you'll hear in today's episode: -The story behind Mederi Medicine...12:20 -The importance of spiritual health when it comes to one's overall wellbeing...19:30 -Donnie's concerns about current Covid vaccines...39:35 -Why we shouldn't be quick to ignore ancient healing knowledge when it comes to viruses...1:03:30 -And much more... Upcoming Events: Keep up on Ben's LIVE appearances by following bengreenfieldfitness.com/calendar Episode sponsors: -Kion Clean Protein -CAR.O.L -Organifi Red Juice -Paleo Valley Organ Complex BenGreenfieldFitness.com/donnie
In this episode, we explore two wine regions in the northeastern United States. While Vermont and northern New York State are both located in the extremes of viticultural viability, both regions have emerged as hubs of quality wine production. GuildSomm's Chris Tanghe interviews Master Sommelier David Keck about his winemaking venture in northwestern Vermont and then speaks with Meaghan Frank about her family's multi-generational winemaking legacy at Dr. Konstantin Frank Winery in New York's Finger Lakes. This month's blind tasting segment with Emily Nixon features Kelly Coggins. Can you determine the wine purely based on Kelly's description? Additionally, Thatcher Baker-Briggs reveals the wine he presented in last month's Rosé & Orange Wines episode.
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Overview: This podcast will explore opportunities and strategies for supporting stewardship activities in resource limited clinical settings, including critical access hospitals (CAHs) and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs). Discussion with podcast participants will center on virtual stewardship activities with a specific focus on program design, the technologies used and the challenges encountered. Speakers: Erin McCreary, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP Eddie Stenehjem, MD Chris Crnich, MD, PhD (moderator)
Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss the end of Matt Amodio's Jeopardy winning streak with Henry from Vermilion who believed Amodio lost on purpose. Also, Lima's driving habits. Are slow drivers more likely to cause crashes on the road? Check out the entire podcast below and tune in live on Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately following the Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima for live editions of the show on the 92.3 The Fan XTRA stream. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 63: How Shining Your Light Can Influence Others In A Positive Way Show Description: Everyone influences another because of your relationship with them. So, are you leading by setting an excellent example for others to follow? Top Takeaways: [2:44] Why You Are Influencing Others[4:33] Be A Force For Good[6:11] Characteristics Of A Positive Influencer[8:02] Ways To Authentically Shine Your Inner Light[11:38] Being An All-Around Leader In The Work Place[16:12] Moving Forward Positively Influencing Others Episode Links: Ø https://terrikozlowski.mastermind.com/masterminds/25609Ø Nurturing friends Ø Being yourself Ø Actively listening Ø Accept your strengths and weaknessesØ Aware like you areØ Boost in self-confidence Ø Encourage one another Ø Fully present Ø Intentional in your words Ø Authentically connect with people Ø Resiliency Ø Growth-minded people Ø Passion for learning Ø Consciously listen Ø Your tribe Ø Open your eyes to the possibilities Ø Help their supervisorØ Emerging as a natural leader Ø Principles of leading down Ø Respect and value each team member as individuals Ø Through empathy Ø Effective communicator Ø www.TerriKozlowski.com Ø Raven Transcending Fear Support the show (https://paypal.me/TerriKozlowski)
The early bird gets the worm.” Can you recognize and seize emerging opportunities for your business? They give us the chance to do something different and unique for the people we serve, for the world and especially for your business. They can be huge growth opportunities when optimized in the right way. But they're not for everybody. So it's important to recognize which ones are the best for you and the right time to maximize those opportunities. That's why today we're talking all about how to identify emerging opportunities for your business. Get ready to take some notes and get thinking as we dive in! Biggest Takeaways: Not all emerging opportunities are something you need to jump on. This is not the time to get fear of missing out. Identify them early on - the more risk you take, the more you get rewarded. An emerging opportunity doesn't stay emerging for too long. It doesn't happen overnight. The sooner that you remove the downside risk, the faster you can keep moving and locking in the upside potential. You need to have access to things that are important to you. The current situation has created some very unique types of problems that maybe you are designed to solve. That could be your emerging opportunity. The time is now. Highlights: What is an emerging opportunity [01:01] How to identify the right emerging opportunities for your business [02:29] Panoramic view and insights from the business world - Cryptocurrency [05:16] Two important things that I want you to think about [07:01] Panoramic view and insights from the business world - Blackberry [08:29] Example and insights #3 from the business world - Marijuana Industries in Canada [10:00] How to hedge your bets to cap your losses or downside risk [17:19] The great news about emerging opportunities [20:58] How to tap into emerging opportunities as a solution provider [25:03]
On today's episode, we discuss who is shaking up primary care, how it is being disrupted, why now, and how technology is playing a heightened role in how primary care is delivered. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer digital health analyst at Insider Intelligence Rajiv Leventhal. For sponsorship opportunities contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at email@example.com © 2021 Insider Intelligence
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Emerging technologies like blockchain are enabling fundamental changes in the world of data custodianship, employee payroll and HR. In this episode Dimitri Papageorgiou and Linda Obertin discuss how data ownership is shifting from employers and vendors to employees. We explore the roles, obligations and challenges of financial institutions, benefits providers and other organizations that manage data in today's model and how blockchain, smart contracts and other new technology will help solve these and other challenges in the future
Khalid Wani leads the Emerging markets for Western Digital a global leader in Digital Storage solutions, Western Digital products nearly account for holding almost 40% of the worlds data on their devices with revenues of 17+ billion As a young achiever with experience in technology distribution and emerging markets Khalid has worked across markets of Africa, Middle East , India and South East Asia and was one of the youngest directors at Western Digital and is considered to be one of the leading voices in the areas of technology distribution, data science & emerging markets. Khalid has earned several recognitions for his incisive business insights and outcomes, besides writing for various publications he was also recently featured on Forbes India and has been featured in leading national and international publications for his work in emerging markets. His work around his areas of interest which are Data science, Inspirational leadership, and especially working with the student community to prepare them for the future in large organizations has seen him work around the globe with various institutions and organizations and deliver many interesting sessions, Khalid is also a visiting faculty at National Institute of Technology in Srinagar & serves as an Advisor to the NIT Industry interaction interface and has worked with leading institutions like University of Kashmir , IIT , IIFT , Amity business school , TA PAI Management Institute , University of Sharjah and many others on areas of Soft skill development & how the youth can get themselves industry-ready. Khalid started JKFED ( Jammu Kashmir forum for Entrepreneur Development ) a pro-bono platform that helps the Youth in J&K to engage with an industry leader to helps them in areas such as career development, consulting, entrepreneur development. Khalid considers himself a complete motorhead and loves spending time with his car and his motorcycles and loves driving & riding in the mountains, loves to travel has been to around 45 countries. Presented By: Irfan Qazi & Humairah Shah Brought to you by: BQE Software Host: Rj Umar Nisar Creative Director: Ada Bhat Sound Eng.: Rishab Raino
Natural compound in basil may protect against Alzheimer's disease pathology University of South Florida, October 5, 2021 Fenchol, a natural compound abundant in some plants including basil, can help protect the brain against Alzheimer's disease pathology, a preclinical study led by University of South Florida Health (USF Health) researchers suggests. The new study published Oct. 5 in the Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, discovered a sensing mechanism associated with the gut microbiome that explains how fenchol reduces neurotoxicity in the Alzheimer's brain. Emerging evidence indicates that short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs)– metabolites produced by beneficial gut bacteria and the primary source of nutrition for cells in your colon—contribute to brain health. The abundance of SCFAs is often reduced in older patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease, the most common form of dementia. However, how this decline in SCFAs contributes to Alzheimer's disease progression remains largely unknown. Gut-derived SCFAs that travel through the blood to the brain can bind to and activate free fatty acid receptor 2 (FFAR2), a cell signaling molecule expressed on brain cellscalled neurons. "Our study is the first to discover that stimulation of the FFAR2 sensing mechanism by these microbial metabolites (SCFAs) can be beneficial in protecting brain cells against toxic accumulation of the amyloid-beta (Aβ) protein associated with Alzheimer's disease," said principal investigator Hariom Yadav, Ph.D., professor of neurosurgery and brain repair at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, where he directs the USF Center for Microbiome Research. One of the two hallmark pathologies of Alzheimer's disease is hardened deposits of Aβ that clump together between nerve cells to form amyloid protein plaques in the brain. The other is neurofibrillary tangles of tau protein inside brain cells. These pathologies contribute to the neuron loss and death that ultimately cause the onset of Alzheimer's, a neurodegenerative disease characterized by loss of memory, thinking skills and other cognitive abilities. Dr. Yadav and his collaborators delve into molecular mechanisms to explain how interactions between the gut microbiome and the brain might influence brain health and age-related cognitive decline. In this study, Dr. Yadav said, the research team set out to uncover the "previously unknown" function of FFAR2 in the brain. The researchers first showed that inhibiting the FFAR2 receptor (thus blocking its ability to "sense" SCFAs in the environment outside the neuronal cell and transmit signaling inside the cell) contributes to the abnormal buildup of the Aβ protein causing neurotoxicity linked to Alzheimer's disease. Then, they performed large-scale virtual screening of more than 144,000 natural compounds to find potential candidates that could mimic the same beneficial effect of microbiota produced SCFAs in activating FFAR2 signaling. Identifying a natural compound alternative to SCFAs to optimally target the FFAR2 receptor on neurons is important, because cells in the gut and other organs consume most of these microbial metabolites before they reach the brain through blood circulation, Dr. Yadav noted. Dr. Yadav's team narrowed 15 leading compound candidates to the most potent one. Fenchol, a plant-derived compound that gives basil its aromatic scent, was best at binding to the FFAR's active site to stimulate its signaling. Further experiments in human neuronal cell cultures, as well as Caenorhabditis (C.) elegans (worm) and mouse models of Alzheimer's disease demonstrated that fenchol significantly reduced excess Aβ accumulation and death of neurons by stimulating FFAR2 signaling, the microbiome sensing mechanism. When the researchers more closely examined how fenchol modulates Aβ-induced neurotoxicity, they found that the compound decreased senescent neuronal cells, also known as "zombie" cells, commonly found in brains with Alzheimer's disease pathology. Zombie cells stop replicating and die a slow death. Meanwhile, Dr. Yadav said, they build up in diseased and aging organs, create a damaging inflammatory environment, and send stress or death signals to neighboring healthy cells, which eventually also change into harmful zombie cells or die. "Fenchol actually affects the two related mechanisms of senescence and proteolysis," Dr. Yadav said of the intriguing preclinical study finding. "It reduces the formation of half-dead zombie neuronal cells and also increases the degradation of (nonfunctioning) Aβ, so that amyloid protein is cleared from the brain much faster." Before you start throwing lots of extra basil in your spaghetti sauce or anything else you eat to help stave off dementia, more research is needed—including in humans. In exploring fenchol as a possible approach for treating or preventing Alzheimer's pathology, the USF Health team will seek answers to several questions. A key one is whether fenchol consumed in basil itself would be more or less bioactive (effective) than isolating and administering the compound in a pill, Dr. Yadav said. "We also want to know whether a potent dose of either basil or fenchol would be a quicker way to get the compound into the brain." Researchers find sense of purpose associated with better memory Florida State University, October 6, 2021 Add an improved memory to the list of the many benefits that accompany having a sense of purpose in life. A new study led by Florida State University researchers showed a link between an individual's sense of purpose and their ability to recall vivid details. The researchers found that while both a sense of purpose and cognitive function made memories easier to recall, only a sense of purpose bestowed the benefits of vividness and coherence. The study, which focused on memories related to the COVID-19 pandemic, was published in the journal Memory. "Personal memories serve really important functions in everyday life," said Angelina Sutin, a professor in the College of Medicine and the paper's lead author. "They help us to set goals, control emotions and build intimacy with others. We also know people with a greater sense of purpose perform better on objective memory tests, like remembering a list of words. We were interested in whether purpose was also associated with the quality of memories of important personal experiences because such qualities may be one reason why purpose is associated with better mental and physical health." Nearly 800 study participants reported on their sense of purpose and completed tasks that measured their cognitive processing speed in January and February 2020, before the ongoing coronavirus pandemic took hold in the U.S. Researchers then measured participants' ability to retrieve and describe personal memories about the pandemic in July 2020, several months into the public health crisis. Participants with a stronger sense of purpose in life reported that their memories were more accessible, coherent and vivid than participants with less purpose. Those with a higher sense of purpose also reported many sensory details, spoke about their memories more from a first-person perspective and reported more positive feeling and less negative feeling when asked to retrieve a memory. The researchers also found that depressive symptoms had little effect on the ability to recall vivid details in memories, suggesting that the connection between life purpose and memory recall is not due to the fewer depressive symptoms among individuals higher in purpose. Purpose in life has been consistently associated with better episodic memory, such as the number of words retrieved correctly on a memory task. This latest research expands on those connections to memory by showing a correlation between purpose and the richness of personal memory. "We chose to measure the ability to recall memories associated with the COVID-19 pandemic because the pandemic is an event that touched everyone, but there has been a wide range of experiences and reactions to it that should be apparent in memories," said co-author Martina Luchetti, an assistant professor in the College of Medicine. Along with the association with better memory, previous research has found other numerous benefits connected with having a sense of purpose, from a lower risk of death to better physical and mental health. "Memories help people to sustain their well-being, social connections and cognitive health," said co-author Antonio Terracciano, a professor in the College of Medicine. "This research gives us more insight into the connections between a sense of purpose and the richness of personal memories. The vividness of those memories and how they fit into a coherent narrative may be one pathway through which purpose leads to these better outcomes. Vitamin D protects against severe asthma attacks Queen Mary University of London, October 3, 2021 Taking oral vitamin D supplements in addition to standard asthma medication could halve the risk of asthma attacks requiring hospital attendance, according to research led by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Asthma affects more than 300 million people worldwide and is estimated to cause almost 400,000 deaths annually. Asthma deaths arise primarily during episodes of acute worsening of symptoms, known as attacks or 'exacerbations', which are commonly triggered by viral upper respiratory infections. Vitamin D is thought to protect against such attacks by boosting immune responses to respiratory viruses and dampening down harmful airway inflammation. The new study, funded by the National Institute for Health Research, and published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, collated and analysed the individual data from 955 participants in seven randomised controlled trials, which tested the use of vitamin D supplements. Overall, the researchers found that vitamin D supplementation resulted in: a 30 per cent reduction in the rate of asthma attacks requiring treatment with steroid tablets or injections - from 0.43 events per person per year to 0.30. a 50 per cent reduction in the risk of experiencing at least one asthma attack requiring Accident and Emergency Department attendance and/or hospitalisation - from 6 per cent of people experiencing such an event to 3 per cent. Vitamin D supplementation was found to be safe at the doses administered. No instances of excessively high calcium levels or renal stones were seen, and serious adverse events were evenly distributed between participants taking vitamin D and those on placebo. Lead researcher Professor Adrian Martineau said: "These results add to the ever growing body of evidence that vitamin D can support immune function as well as bone health. On average, three people in the UK die from asthma attacks every day. Vitamin D is safe to take and relatively inexpensive so supplementation represents a potentially cost-effective strategy to reduce this problem." The team's use of individual participant data also allowed them to query the extent to which different groups respond to vitamin D supplementation, in more detail than previous studies. In particular, vitamin D supplementation was found to have a strong and statistically-significant protective effect in participants who had low vitamin D levels to start with. These participants saw a 55 per cent reduction in the rate of asthma exacerbations requiring treatment with steroid tablets or injections - from 0.42 events per person per year to 0.19. However, due to relatively small numbers of patients within sub-groups, the researchers caution that they did not find definitive evidence to show that effects of vitamin D supplementation differ according to baseline vitamin D status. Professor Hywel Williams, Director of the NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme, said: "The results of this NIHR-funded study brings together evidence from several other studies from over the world and is an important contribution to reducing uncertainties on whether Vitamin D is helpful for asthma - a common condition that impacts on many thousands of people worldwide." Dr David Jolliffe from QMUL, first author on the paper, added: "Our results are largely based on data from adults with mild to moderate asthma: children and adults with severe asthma were relatively under-represented in the dataset, so our findings cannot necessarily be generalised to these patient groups at this stage. Further clinical trials are on-going internationally, and we hope to include data from them in a future analysis to determine whether the promise of today's results is confirmed in an even larger and more diverse group of patients." Study Shows Lifestyle Choices Have Significant Impact on Multiple Chronic Conditions, Significant Implications For Reducing Costs Yale University, October 05, 2021 In a study published in the Journal of Preventive Medicine, Adams and colleagues showed a linear association between a number of modifiable risk factors and multiple chronic conditions, making those modifications a key to health care cost savings and to preventing a wide range of conditions. The data analyzed for the study, https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1VpFeKt2pmc9H, were from the publicly available 2013 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and included 483,865 non-institutionalized US adults ages 18 years old or older. Chronic conditions included asthma, arthritis, heart disease, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cognitive impairment, cancer other than skin, and kidney disease. Risk factors included obesity, current smoking, sedentary lifestyle, inadequate fruit and vegetable consumption and sleeping other than seven to eight hours, while depression, hypertension, high cholesterol, and diabetes were considered in each category. Previous research by Thorpe and colleagues had estimated that the care of adults with four or more chronic conditions (17.1% of all adults in the study) is responsible for 77.6% of all health care costs in the U.S. today. The potential savings by reducing just two risk factors (diabetes and hypertension) and their related comorbidity was estimated previously by Ormond and colleagues at $9 billion annually over one to two years and closer to $25 billion a year after 5 years or more, factoring in possible complications. True Health Initiative founder, at Yale University Director and study co-author David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACLM, pointed out that in addition to costs, another implication of the study results is an individual's access to healthcare if they have one or more of the chronic conditions. "Although insurers decide what qualifies as a pre-existing condition, all the chronic conditions used in this study except cognitive impairment are commonly included," he said. "Individuals with a pre-existing condition could be denied coverage or face higher premiums. While having a pre-existing condition might not affect coverage for adults eligible for Medicare, over half of all adults with multiple chronic conditions are ages 18 to 64 years." American College of Lifestyle Medicine President George Guthrie, MD, MPH, FACLM, said the study confirms the necessity for addressing the root cause of chronic conditions. "The evidence shows that the risks for chronic disease are rooted in lifestyle choices," he said. "More than ever, it is important to emphasize lifestyle medicine as the first treatment option for preventing, treating, and in some cases, reversing the cause of chronic conditions. If we can help people with chronic conditions, we can add years to their life and life to their years, as well as lower the ever-increasing costs of healthcare for everyone." Physical athletes' visual skills prove sharper than action video game players University of Waterloo (Canada), October 7, 2021 Athletes still have the edge over action video gamers when it comes to dynamic visual skills, a new study from the University of Waterloo shows. For an athlete, having strong visual skills can be the difference between delivering a peak performance and achieving average results. "Athletes involved in sports with a high-level of movement—like soccer, football, or baseball—often score higher on dynamic visual acuity tests than non-athletes," said Dr. Kristine Dalton of Waterloo's School of Optometry & Vision Science. "Our research team wanted to investigate if action video gamers—who, like e-sport athletes, are regularly immersed in a dynamic, fast-paced 2D video environment for large periods of time—would also show superior levels of dynamic visual acuity on par with athletes competing in physical sport." While visual acuity (clarity or sharpness of vision) is most often measured under static conditions during annual check-ups with an optometrist, research shows that testing dynamic visual acuity is a more effective measure of a person's ability to see moving objects clearly—a baseline skill necessary for success in physical and e-sports alike. Using a dynamic visual acuity skills-test designed and validated at the University of Waterloo, researchers discovered that while physical athletes score highly on dynamic visual acuity tests as expected, action video game players tested closer to non-athletes. "Ultimately, athletes showed a stronger ability to identify smaller moving targets, which suggests visual processing differences exist between them and our video game players," said Alan Yee, a Ph.D. candidate in vision science. All participants were matched based on their level of static visual acuity and refractive error, distinguishing dynamic visual acuity as the varying factor on their test performance. These findings are also important for sports vision training centers that have been exploring the idea of developing video game-based training programs to help athletes elevate their performance. "Our findings show there is still a benefit to training in a 3D environment," said Dalton. "For athletes looking to develop stronger visual skills, the broader visual field and depth perception that come with physical training may be crucial to improving their dynamic visual acuity—and ultimately, their sport performance." The study, Athletes demonstrate superior visual dynamic visual acuity, authored by Waterloo's School of Optometry & Vision Science's Dalton, Yee, Dr. Elizabeth Irving and Dr. Ben Thompson, was recently published in the journal Optometry and Vision Science. Probiotic Akkermansia muciniphila and environmental enrichment reverse cognitive impairment associated with high-fat high-cholesterol consumption University of Oviedo (Spain), September 8, 2021 Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is one of the most prevalent diseases globally. A high-fat, high-cholesterol (HFHC) diet leads to an early NASH model. It has been suggested that gut microbiota mediates the effects of diet through the microbiota–gut–brain axis, modifying the host's brain metabolism and disrupting cognition. Here, we target NASH-induced cognitive damage by testing the impact of environmental enrichment (EE) and the administration of either Lacticaseibacillus rhamnosus GG (LGG) or Akkermansia muciniphila CIP107961 (AKK). EE and AKK, but not LGG, reverse the HFHC-induced cognitive dysfunction, including impaired spatial working memory and novel object recognition; however, whereas AKK restores brain metabolism, EE results in an overall decrease. Moreover, AKK and LGG did not induce major rearrangements in the intestinal microbiota, with only slight changes in bacterial composition and diversity, whereas EE led to an increase in Firmicutes and Verrucomicrobia members. Our findings illustrate the interplay between gut microbiota, the host's brain energy metabolism, and cognition. In addition, the findings suggest intervention strategies, such as the administration of AKK, for the management of the cognitive dysfunction related to NASH. In this study, we described cognitive, brain metabolism, and microbiota alterations associated with high-fat and high-cholesterol consumption. In addition, we clearly showed that environmental enrichment and A. muciniphila CIP107961 restore cognitive dysfunction. Furthermore, we revealed that cognitive improvement is associated with differential effects of environmental enrichment and this strain of A. muciniphila on brain metabolism and gut microbiota. Finally, we discovered that restored cognitive function was associated with the administration of A. muciniphila CIP107961, but not L. rhamnosus GG, which may be clinically relevant when selecting probiotics for treating HFHC-derived pathologies. In conclusion, the microbiota and cognition are intimately connected through the gut–brain axis, and in HFHC pathologies they can be influenced by environmental enrichment and A. muciniphila CIP107961 administration. Cognitive improvement was accompanied by changes in brain metabolic activity and gut microbial composition analysis, pointing to specific microbiota targets for intervention in diet-induced pathologies. However, some mechanisms other than major changes in microbiota composition and the combined effect of environmental enrichment and A. muciniphila administration, which we identified in this study, may also be biologically relevant and will need to be investigated in future studies due to their relative contributions to the selection of effective treatments for patients.
Ken Carman and Anthony Lima react to the major Breaking News of Baker Mayfield as according to NFL Network, he's reportedly playing with torn labrum (surgery not required). What this could mean for Baker Mayfield and the future of the Browns going forward. Also, thoughts on Pizza Shops and gambling. Check out the entire podcast below and tune in live on Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately following the Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima for live editions of the show on the 92.3 The Fan XTRA stream. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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As you emerge into your new season, you must leave some things behind...in the process you will find your voice, your call, and your anointing. Get ready to emerge into a new level of God's glory in your life. Learn more in today's podcast and at mattsorger.com.
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2:00 – Three week 9 games that saved 3 seasons7:45 – Who is the best team in the East?13:00 – Can Winnipeg be stopped?20:00 – Lucky Whitehead interview begins20:30 – Injury update21:00 – Trying to re-enter game against Winnipeg23:00 – Timeline for recovery24:30 – Emerging as a receiver in BC25:45 – Comparable story to that of 2019 MOP Brandon Banks?26:45 – Giving returners a chance at receiver28:00 – The long road to landing with the Lions30:00 – The Lions sale pitch in free agency33:00 – The competition in the west division34:00 – Who will step up for Leos in Lucky's absence?35:45 – The story behind the name Lucky37:15 – Donnovan's final thoughts
Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss the 23rd anniversary of Stone Cold Steve Austin visiting Vince McMahon in the hospital with Austin hitting McMahon with a frying pan. Comedian Jim Florentine joins the podcast ahead of his upcoming stop at the Funny Stop Comedy Club in Cuyahoga Falls. Check out the entire podcast below and tune in live on Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately following the Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima for live editions of the show on the 92.3 The Fan XTRA stream. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Ken Carman and Anthony Lima discuss the Northwestern case revisiting the football players becoming employees by forming an union. How would this translate with college football and other college sports across the country? Should players be paid? Also, Ken's 13 year old adventures. Check out the entire podcast below and tune in live on Tuesdays and Thursdays immediately following the Ken Carman Show with Anthony Lima for live editions of the show on the 92.3 The Fan XTRA stream. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.