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Transportation Radio
AASHTO'S Presidential Emphasis with Secretary Roger Millar

Transportation Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 26:35


In this episode of AASHTO's Environmental Technical Assistance Program or ETAP Podcast, Roger Millar, AASHTO's newest president and Washington State DOT Secretary of Transportation, joins the podcast to discuss AASHTO's presidential emphasis areas. 

Mere Mortals
Monthly Goals - December 2022

Mere Mortals

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 23:32


You sense that ....... it seems like it's goal time.Do you set yourself monthly goals and if so, how many do you set? Juan and I on the first week of every month go over our progress from the previous month and where we are heading for the next. Emphasis as always is on the shortcomings; what we didn't achieve in the previous monthly goals and how we will fix that for the month that comes. We hope you get some value from this series, showcasing our own methodology. What do you do differently and why?As always, we hope you enjoy, Mere Mortals out!Timeline:(0:00) - General Intro(1:02) - Juan's November Recap(3:26) - Kyrin's November Recap(7:28) - Leaderboard Update(9:58) - Juan's December Goals(15:49) - Kyrin's December Goals(21:24) - Fitness ChallengeIntro Music by 'Signs Of New Growth':https://podcastindex.social/@SignsOfNewGrowthConnect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Discord: https://discord.gg/jjfq9eGReUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/

One Tired Teacher: A Podcast for Teachers
OTT 199: Favorite Books to Tame the December Crazies

One Tired Teacher: A Podcast for Teachers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 19:31


Today I am talking all about some excellent books to use for December to help tame the crazies. Because we know how insane this time of year can be!I hope you will join me.Below is a list of books I recommend. This list does contain affiliate links, which means that the price stays the same for you, but I earn a few pennies on the dollar to help support the production of this podcast. I appreciate your support.Links Mentioned in the Show:Freebies:Yes Virginia UnitReindeer Matter InvestigationResources for December:Full Christmas Matter UnitDo you need some FUN science activities to do before Winter Break or Christmas Vacation? These FOUR Christmas science labs are engaging, educational, and the most fun your students will have this year! Easy hands-on, engaging experiments leave kids excited and motivated to learn all about the properties of matter! Students will learn about solids, liquids, gases, floating and sinking, properties of matter, and changing properties. Emphasis is placed on how matter changes from one form to another. Learning posters, science vocabulary, teacher directions, and close reading with questions are included.Christmas Makerspace Story StationsWould Your Rather Christmas EditionMore Christmas ResourcesBooks for Christmas:Bear's Christmas Star by Mireille D'AllanceChristmas Trolls by Jan Brett Santa's Stuck by Rhonda Gowler Greene Are You Grumpy Santa? by Gregg & Evan SpiridellisYes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus by Chris Plehal Hurry, Santa! by Julie SykesThe Polar Express by Chris Van AllsburgThe Wild Christmas Reindeer by Jan BrettSanta's Underwear by Marty Rhodes Figley The Night Before Christmas by Clement C. Moore Subscribe and Review:Are you subscribed to my podcast? If you're not, I want to encourage you to do that today. I don't want you to miss an episode. I'm adding a bunch of bonus episodes to the mix, and if you're not subscribed, there's a good chance you'll miss out on those. Click here for iTunes.Now, if you're feeling extra loving, I would be really grateful if you left me a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find my podcast, and they're also fun for me to go in and read. Click here to leave a review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review,” and let me know what your favorite part of the podcast is. Thank you!

Intuitive Hypnotherapy Podcast
Virtual Gastric Band Series - Part 1

Intuitive Hypnotherapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 47:28


Let's get a jump start on any weight related new year resolutions with the Virtual Gastric Band. This month Dr. Cynthia and Kaylyn will discuss the Virtual Gastric Band Process in a series of 4 episodes. The Holiday season means friends, family, and FOOD! Emphasis on the food. We chat about food and lifestyles that affect our bodies and what we need to do to change that. Maybe you did yoga. Maybe you used to run. Let's get back on track to a healthier lifestyle while we dodge the obstacles that holidays throw at us. Here is a perfect start! Let's envision a smaller tummy that need small meals to feel full. Today's session is a hypnosis session that begins approximately 20:35Come for the chat stay for the healing!Find out more at DrCynthiaSmith.comhttps://drcynthiasmith.com/intake-formYouTube Intuitive Hypnotherapyhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3nT6nRN8HkOSG6djAHCq2w/featuredFacebook @CynthiaSmithChiroAcuHypnoHealerhello@drcynthiasmith.com

Living Faith Daily
DAY 3 WEEK OF SPIRITUAL EMPHASIS | Hosted by Bishop David O. Oyedepo

Living Faith Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 67:59


Welcome to Church... 4, NOVEMBER, 2022 _ FAITH TABERNACLE OTA.

News Talk 920 KVEC
Hometown Radio 11/30/22 6p: Sandy Boo calls for less emphasis on college degrees

News Talk 920 KVEC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 41:10


Hometown Radio 11/30/22 6p: Sandy Boo calls for less emphasis on college degrees

Just Fly Performance Podcast
335: Danny Foley on Dialing Between a Fascial or Muscle Emphasis in Training

Just Fly Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 81:03


Today's episode features Danny Foley.  Danny is a performance coach and Co-founder of Rude Rock Strength and Conditioning.  He is well known for his investigation into fascial training concepts, and is the creator of the “Fascia Chronicles”.  Danny has spent the previous six years as the head strength and conditioning coach at Virginia High Performance, where he specialized in working with Special Operations Command (Naval Special Warfare Development Group) personnel. Through his work at Virginia High Performance, Danny has become very proficient working with complex injuries and high performing athletes within an interdisciplinary setting. The complexity of the human body, and how it moves in sport, will never cease to amaze me.  Humans are “cybernetic” organisms, or “systems of systems”.  Each system is connected to the others in the body.  Perhaps the epitome of that idea of inter-connectedness, as it refers to movement, is on the level of the fascial system, which is the web of connective tissue lying below the skin.  The fascia is laid out in both linear and spiraling lines, which fit with the demands of athletic movement on the linear and rotational level. When we see the way the fascial lines form in the body, or consider the principles of tensegrity in various architectural structures, or a dinosaur's neck, for example, there is an instant and powerful connection that forms in regards to how this system must help power our movements.  At the same time, it's easy to take things to extremes, as the fascia clearly needs muscle to create pressure and pull. For today's episode, performance coach and fascial training expert, Danny Foley takes us into an informative deep dive on what the role of the fascia in movement is, how to understand when relatively more muscle or fascial dynamics may be at play in powering movement, and how to train in a way that can tap into the fascial system to a greater degree (although as Danny clearly mentions, the two systems are inextricable).  This was a really informative and practical conversation that offers a lot of insight to any coach, athlete or human mover. Today's episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster, Lost Empire Herbs, and the Elastic Essentials online course. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to lostempireherbs.com/justfly. To try Pine Pollen for FREE (just pay for shipping), head to: justflypinepollen.com View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points: 4:56 – What got Danny interested in the role of fascia in training in the first place 10:00 – To Danny, what the difference between “functional” and “fascial” training is from a terminology perspective 15:42 – How we might train differently because of the existence of fascial lines in the human body 22:47 – Danny's thoughts on older athletes return to “functional training” after doing more intense training in their high-performance years 26:25 – Discussing some propositions regarding fascial training, and what may or may not be true in regards to what really engages that connective system 32:07 – Looking at how to adjust the “dial” between more connective tissue/fascial oriented training, and more muscle-oriented training methods 40:34 – How to actually measure improvement in regards to the quality of the fascial system 50:14 – More information on the unique connective characteristics of fascia, such as sensation and proprioceptive elements 54:12 – Thoughts on balance training in light of the fascial systems 1:01:48 – Why the absence of predictability is extremely important to the training process 1:16:34 – A summary of what defines fascial oriented training vs. more “muscular” oriented training “When you are working with (special forces) you realize that a lot of conventional stuff isn't conducive to that personnel” “If it weren't for (the marketing factor), I would just say connective tissue instead of the...

Damon, Ratto & Kolsky
Points of emphasis good or bad for ball?

Damon, Ratto & Kolsky

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 13:08


Damon and Ratto continue to react to the Warriors loss in Dallas, debate the travelling call at the end of the game, and discuss the NBA's points of emphasis.

Culinary Medicine: Food Cons & Food Conversations

Leaky Gut: Facts and FadsThe latest fad of supplement makers is to talk about "gut health." The latest boogyman for the gut is the "leaky gut." The other name for leaky gut is intestinal permeability.A Surgeon's ViewAs a surgeon, a "leaky gut" is a devastating surgical emergency. Surgeons emergently operate to remove the gut that no longer has a barrier function.The dark gut is dead and needs to be surgically removed. This gut has no barrier function and will allow bacteria from the inside of the small bowel to easily enter the patient's bloodstream. Leading to septic shock and death.The Non-Surgical Emergency or Chronic Leaky GutBut a leaky gut doesn't have to be so dramatic. Not leading to septic shock or needing to be removed. In this model, the intestinal barrier is "leaky," not to the point of causing sepsis. But the leaky gut enables small molecules to leak out of the gut into the bloodstream. Thus producing chronic inflammation.Chronic inflammation may cause obesity. Emphasis on "may."Emulsifiers and ObesityRodent studies have provided fascinating insights. Certain emulsifiers, when added to the diet of mice or rats, lead to obesity. In one experiment, rodents were fed identical amounts of kibble. But one group, emulsifiers, was added to their water. These emulsifiers, like polysorbate 80, not only produced obesity but also disrupted the microbiome of the gut (ref). But mice are not men.When dietary emulsifiers are examined in humans, high levels cause disruption of the gut. However, there is little evidence that small amounts found in the food supply cause issues. (ref 4)Non-Humans and Leaky GutWhile animal models are interesting, human studies provide useful information. That a rat or mouse has a leaky gut based on some intervention is not an equivalence in humans.Functional Medicine and Leaky GutIf you searched "leaky gut," you will find a host of "functional medicine" doctors providing supplements, bone broth, probiotics, and other scams. On the shelves of drug stores and "health food stores," you will find abundant supplements to "support gut health."Disease States and Leaky GutFunctional medicine physicians associate many disease states with leaky gut. The following have little or no good evidence to be caused by a leaky gut:Alcoholic cirrhosisAsthmaAutismChronic fatigue syndromeDepressionEczemaEnvironmental enteropathyEosinophilic esophagitisFibromyalgiaKwashiorkorMetabolic syndromeMultiple sclerosisNon-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)ObesityPancreatitisParkinson's diseasePsoriasisRheumatoid arthritisNon-Controversial Causes of Leaky GutThere is no doubt celiac disease, Crohn's disease, radiation, and ulcers from non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs; certain bacteria can cause a change in intestinal permeability (another name for leaky gut). Celiac disease and Crohn's disease have been studied for years (ref 2, ref 3). While we know gluten exacerbates the auto-immune function of those with Celiac disease, we do not yet have a mechanism for Crohn's disease.Gut Barrier Anatomy and FunctionThe small bowel's purpose is primarily for the absorption...

A Daily Dose with Dr. Greg
Daily Dose with Dr. Greg - Ep. 19 | ADHD & High Level Anxiety with Kelly Rompel

A Daily Dose with Dr. Greg

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 34:37


In this episode of The Daily Dose with Dr. Greg, Doc is joined by Holistic Pharmacist turned Functional Medicine practitioner, Kelly Rompel, to discuss what it means to live life with ADHD, how to address it as adults and in children, high-functioning anxiety, and more! Want to become a patient of Vitae Clinic? Click this link to set up an initial consultation with Dr. Greg! (*If you are unable to click the link, head to https://bit.ly/drgregpodcasteval) Bringing together functional medicine, research, and over 20-plus years of clinical experience, Dr. Greg Mongeon seeks to create easier access to living your best life by treating the root cause. Show Notes: Guest: Kelly Rompel, Functional Medicine Practitioner with Emphasis on ADHD & High-Functioning Anxiety Kelly's Social Media: Tiktok - https://www.tiktok.com/@kelly.rebelwhitecoat, Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kelly_rompel/ Wildroots Genetics - Kelly's Company - https://www.wildrootsgenetics.com/ Kelly's Masterclass - "Mood, Focus & Energy" - https://www.wildrootsgenetics.com/offers/oFgHBDWX/checkout Become a Dr. Greg & Vitae Patient - Click this link or head to https://bit.ly/drgregpodcasteval (Schedule availability varies from month to month) Vitae Clinic - Website (www.vitaefm.com), Tiktok (tiktok.com/@drgreghealth), Facebook, Instagram Order "Revitin" Toothpaste - https://shopdrgreg.com/products/revitin-natural-toothpaste-single-tube/= Lifeboost Coffee - coffeewithdoc.com Personal Sauna - Therasage - Receive 10% off when you use code "DRGREGHEALTH" at Therasage.com. NOTE: Daily Dose with Dr. Greg listeners can receive 50% off + Free Shipping on their first Lifeboost Coffee order! Head to coffeewithdoc.com for 50% off your first order! Have a question for Dr. Greg and Vitae Clinic? Reach out to us on social media! All links can be found in the show notes above. Look for new episodes of "The Daily Dose with Dr. Greg" every Wednesday! Available on all of your favorite podcast platforms (iTunes, Spotify, Google, YouTube, and more!).

Autumn's Oddities
The Tunguska Event

Autumn's Oddities

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 37:57


One hundred and fourteen years ago, hundreds of reindeer and a few dozen humans witnessed a massive explosion in Siberia, near the Stony Tunguska River. At the epicenter, there was little evidence of the blast's origin except for flattening 500,000 acres of uninhabited forest, scorching the land, and creating “glowing clouds” and shock waves that were detected around the world.SOURCEShttps://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2008/30jun_tunguskahttps://earthsky.org/space/what-is-the-tunguska-explosion/https://teslauniverse.com/nikola-tesla/articles/death-ray-nikola-tesla#:~:text=(Emphasis%20added.),cause%20of%20the%20Tunguska%20event.https://www.nasa.gov/feature/five-years-after-the-chelyabinsk-meteor-nasa-leads-efforts-in-planetary-defensehttps://www.scirp.org/journal/paperinformation.aspx?paperid=100524https://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/around-the-world-in-4-days-nasa-tracks-chelyabinsk-meteor-plume/https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1993Natur.361...40C/abstracthttps://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-02/best-russian-meteorite-conspiracy-theories/https://adsabs.harvard.edu/full/1978QJRAS..19..282Whttps://as.tufts.edu/physics

Coach's Edge
22-23 Points of Emphasis with Official Chip Clark: Sportsmanship. Pregame Meeting. Bench Decorum and more... Part 2

Coach's Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 27:57


Thank you for checking our part 2 of our interview with Official Chip Clark. In this episode we discuss Sportsmanship, Pre-Game Meetings, Player and Coach Communication as well as bench decorum. Follow Chip on Twitter: twitter.com/OfficialChipC Website: www.coachsedge.coach Email: contact@cramerbasketball.com Camps: www.Cramerbasketball.com Online Training: https://cramerbasketball.mypthub.net/3/p/133059 Twitter.com/coachsedge1 Twitter.com/steve21cramer Facebook.com/cramerbasketball Youtube.com/cramerbasketball Instagram.com/cramer_basketball Basketball coach basketball podcast basketball strategy Player development zone offense zone defense pressing pressure defense program building team defense pack line defense baseline defense zone defense 1-3-1 defense basketball united slapping glass coaching tips teach hoops how to coach basketball basketball podcast youth basketball basketball camps basketball immersion training basketball shooting tips basketball conditioning shooting drills ball handling drills passing drills basketball drills basketball workouts basketball drills youth basketball basketball drills open gyms shootouts scrimmages man to man defense basketball officials and deep dive refs

Free Grace Baptist Church
The Emphasis on Justice for All

Free Grace Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 45:00


Baskin & Phelps
Charles Robinson: There's going to be a lot of emphasis on the defense in the off-season

Baskin & Phelps

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 16:34


Charles Robinson joined Baskin and Phelps and shared the latest news from the NFL regarding this weekend's Browns-Bills game and whether or not it could be moved due to the weather. He also discussed the current roster makeup as well as the coaching staff and whether or not the team will address it, and he went around the league and broke down the issues both Green Bay and Denver are having and what the root of the problems are. 

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info
#123 | Lee's Check Ride List of Knowledge & Emphasis | Private Pilot | Part 14 of ?

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 60:16


Don't get hung up if you didn't do something perfect on a check rideDuel MagnetosThe only structural airspeed not marked on the airspeed indicatorAircraft LoadAircraft IcingWhat is spatial disorientation?Help Support The Show: https://club.pilotground.com/checkout/ground-crewJoin The Next Livestream: robertberger.com/live/Watch The Entire UNEDITED Video Of The Livestream:  https://rumble.com/v1rc0k0-122-and-123-unedited-livestream-lees-private-checkride-list.html

Teen Challenge of Southern California
Kevin Nickerson | Spiritual Emphasis 2022 | Day 3

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 32:11


Join us as Kevin Nickerson, chaplain of the Los Angeles Rams, shares at TCSC's Spiritual Emphasis 2022. Our theme for this year was "Always Pray. For the first time ever, Teen Challenge of Southern California is excited to announce that we are partnering together with World Challenge for our 11th annual Pastors' Conference. This inspiring event is called ‘Fire in Our Bones' and will be hosted in San Diego, February 15-17, 2023. Each day will feature a dynamic lineup of speakers and worship artists including Gary Wilkerson, TCSC's very own Executive Director Ron Brown, Nicky Cruz, John Bailey, Tim Dilena, Carter Conlon, Shane & Shane, Swoop Brown | A&F Worship Movement, and TCWE (Teen Challenge Worship Experience). You are invited to come and register so that you can be a part of the refreshing, restoring and empowering that will happen as we gather together to worship and exalt the King. Now more than ever, the church in our country needs a spiritual awakening. Early bird registration is now open. We hope to see you there.

Messages - Church on the Rock
Mission's Emphasis With Corey Breaux

Messages - Church on the Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 38:18


Thank you for joining us for a weekly message from Church on the Rock. Join us as we hear from one Church on the Rock's Missionaries.

The Connor Happer Show
November 11 – Segment 8 – The Line on Saturday is 30

The Connor Happer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 12:47


Connor gets in the sheets! He analyzes Nebraska's percentage of three and outs this year, and the info may shock you. Emphasis on MAY.

WTAQ News on Demand
7am News on Demand - Green Bay PD puts emphasis on catalytic convertor thefts

WTAQ News on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 2:53


A college graduate is celebrating in Appleton after breaking boundaries.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jen, Gabe & Chewy
7AM: Their Point Of Emphasis Is Doodoo On A Stick

Jen, Gabe & Chewy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 48:40


Jen & Cheyw learn about how Gabe and Ashton are meat shields for the show. Kurt Warner eviscerated the Packers while breaking down their game film against the Lions. Chewy is loving it and shares what he sees on film as well, including why he's starting to feel bad for Aaron Rodgers. Jason Wilde joins the show. The Bucks are rolling and that's awesome to see with the Packers being bad.

Teen Challenge of Southern California
Kevin Brown | Spiritual Emphasis 2022 | Day 3

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 29:03


Join us as Kevin Brown from Side-By-Side Church International in Santa Ana, CA, shares at TCSC's Spiritual Emphasis 2022. Our theme for this year was "Always Pray."

OverDrive
Justin Williams on the Hurricanes' start, Brent Burns' ranch & whether the game has less emphasis on defense

OverDrive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 15:08


Longtime NHLer, Stanley Cup Champion & Special Advisor to the Hurricanes GM Justin Williams joined the OverDrive crew earlier today. He touched on the Canes start to their season, their loss to the Leafs on Sunday, Brent Burns' ranch & why he thinks there is less emphasis on defense in today's NHL.

Mere Mortals
Monthly Goals - November 2022

Mere Mortals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 27:34


You feel that ....... it feels like it's goal time.Do you set yourself monthly goals and if so, how many do you set? Juan and I on the first week of every month go over our progress from the previous month and where we are heading for the next. Emphasis as always is on the shortcomings; what we didn't achieve in the previous monthly goals and how we will fix that for the month that comes. We hope you get some value from this series, showcasing our own methodology. What do you do differently and why?As always, we hope you enjoy, Mere Mortals out!Timeline:(0:00) - General Intro(0:46) - Juan's October Recap(2:44) - Kyrin's October Recap(5:47) - Juan's November Goals(15:12) - Leaderboard Update(19:19) - Kyrin's November Goals(26:22) - V4VIntro Music by 'Signs Of New Growth':https://podcastindex.social/@SignsOfNewGrowthConnect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Discord: https://discord.gg/jjfq9eGReUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/

LSI Behind the Win
A Higher Emphasis On Purpose (HR Magic II)

LSI Behind the Win

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 56:24


In this episode:What Jessica sees shifting in the labor market, her process for hiring new employees, what recruiting at LSI looks like, and advice for individuals who want to work at LSI. Then,  resumes versus LinkedIn profiles, performance evaluations, the various debates on working from home, and how Sean sees the LSI workforce evolving over the next 10 to 20 years.  Want to work for LSI? Have questions about our team? Find us on LinkedIn and apply today!Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for more updates.

The Strenuous Life Podcast with Stephan Kesting
379 - A Fascism Checklist, with Professor Daniele Bolleli

The Strenuous Life Podcast with Stephan Kesting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 72:12


In episode 379 of The Strenuous Life Podcast I talk with podcaster, martial artist, and history professor Daniele Bolelli about the characteristics of fascism. This is a loaded topic for both of us, because both of our families lived in fascist states during World War 2 (mine in Germany, his in Italy).  Which is why I almost went with an alternate title, namely A German and an Italian Walk Into a Bar... The terms 'fascism' sure gets thrown around a lot these days. But words have meaning, and so you can't just use it as an insult to describe anything you don't like. S0 what is it? As Daniele explains, there isn't a single definition of fascism; instead it's a checklist and the more items an ideology checks off then the closer they are to fascism.  Here are some of the major items for Daniele... Nostalgia for a mythic past Reliance on an authority figure who will fix everything Nationalism A cult of masculinity and cracking down on anyone who doesn't embody traditional values A hawkish desire for war against internal and external enemies Strong alliances with traditional power structures like industry and religion Anti-intellectualism and a distrust of expertise Conservative values, Subordination of women, anti-abortion, anti-birth control Anti-democratic values Emphasis on law and order Other things we discuss are Giorgia Meloni (the Prime Minister of Italy), economic situations before the rise of fascism, horseshoe theory and the eventual convergence of extreme left and extreme right, and the danger of fascism in the world right now. More Daniele Bolelli... Here are some places you can get more Daniele Bolelli... His History on Fire Podcast (highly recommended) His History on Fire Patreon if you want more content and support good work He's on Instagram @daniele_bolelli More Definitions of Fascism Fascism is a tricky word, and many different people have taken stabs at defining it.  Here are a few of my favorites... I found Jason Stanley's 10 traits of a fascist movement a very useful starting point. Umberto Eco's essay Ur-Fascism, originally published in the New York Review, included a 14 point list of the features of fascism. He identified that, for fascists, the enemy must simultaneously be very weak and very strong, which I found fascinating because I see it so often in the discourse these days. British political scientist Roger Griffin has defined the fascistic core as an ultranationalism focused on the idea of rebirth of a people or a nation (or palingenetic ultranationalism).   As is so often the case, the Wikipedia article on the definitions of fascism is a useful starting point if you want to go deeper into this topic.

A SEAT at THE TABLE: Leadership, Innovation & Vision for a New Era
Simple Ways to Make Email and Text Messages More Effective

A SEAT at THE TABLE: Leadership, Innovation & Vision for a New Era

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 37:07 Transcription Available


Mention written communication and most people immediately call you out for being ‘old school'.Yet today more than ever before most of our communication is actually written.  In fact, many argue that verbal communication is now a thing of the past.From email to text messages, we spend most of our days writing -  to customers, team members,  friends and even family.  Unfortunately, while technology has made written communication faster and easier, it has not made it better.  More often than not, it's made it worse.From misunderstandings to misintrerpeted messages - our writing can be our downfall.But are there short cuts or techniques - or forgotten rules - that can help us make this better? I'm Jane Singer and thank you for joining me here on A Seat at The Table.It is my pleasure to have written communications expert Rob Ashton with us today.In 1998 Rob founded Emphasis, a global learning company that has enabled more than 80,000 people to make much more impact with their professional writing. His advice has been sought by everyone from the tech giants of Silicon Valley to the Royal Household at Buckingham Palace.Rob has been investigating the brain science of reading and writing for more than six years, giving him a unique insight into why so much of our written communication fails. He says writing is ‘the invisible medium, hidden in plain sight'.Today Rob will be talking about:Typical mistakes that can make many of the messages we write backfire.What a neural circuit breaker is - and why they stop us from getting the decisions we want.The real (and surprising) reason that email makes us angry.Why often its better to not write, but to talk instead.One of the most difficult things to write is a job description.  I always struggle with this.  And yet it is a critical part of being able attract the right talent to your business.  The competition to find top talent and fill those critical position is one of the biggest challenges companies face these days - especially in certain markets.That's why top corporations and even smaller enterprises rely on Asianet Consultants to help them fill key positions.  Since 1988 Asianet has been working in partnership with its global clients to help them make the right strategic hires.  They have a well-earned reputation for being able to fill even those difficult to fill positions.So if you need to recruit new talent - or think that you might be doing that soon, head on over to their website. That's asiannetconsultants.com.Now let's learn from Rob how to improve our written communication.USEFUL LINKS:Asianet Consultants:  www.asianetconsultants.comConnect with Rob Ashton:  https://linkedin.com/in/robashton1Follow Rob Ashton:  https://www.facebook.com/robashtonwritesRob Ashton on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/robert_ashtonEphasis website: http://www.writing-skills.com/Visit A Seat at The Table's website at https://seat.fm

Management Blueprint
123: Apply Sequential Function Release with Rob Ashton

Management Blueprint

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 25:24


Rob Ashton is the founder and former CEO of Emphasis, a global leader in the professional writing consultancy space, having served some of the biggest tech companies in Silicon Valley and high-ranking government agencies. We discuss how entrepreneurs can release functions in their businesses, critical considerations before hiring your first salesperson, and how to make your words come alive.    Time Stamps [00:55] Rob's entrepreneurial journey [02:50] How to make your words come alive [05:26] Why you need to eliminate adjectives from your writing  [08:12] What is a Sequential Function Release? [13:37] Key considerations before hiring your first salesperson  [16:04] Operations management is a key business driver [19:47] How Rob stepped down from the CEO role [22:53] Why the business operator needs to be better than the entrepreneur  [24:46] Understanding silent influence and invisible medium [27:49] Parting thoughts    Links and Resources Steve and Greg Cleary's Book: Pinnacle: Five Principles that Take Your Business to the Top of the Mountain Writing-skills.com The Silent Influence Writing Course Robashton.com Rob on Twitter Rob's LinkedIn

Power The Journey
#53: Industry Emphasis on Responsible Gaming Sponsored - by Penn Interactive

Power The Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 53:09


On this episode of Power the Journey, various professionals in the sports wagering industry examine the industry's commitment to responsible gaming and discuss what the future of responsible gaming positions will be. Keith Whyte is Executive Director of the National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG) in Washington, D.C. and has over twenty-five years of national experience in gambling issues. Recognized widely for his work to promote responsible gambling and prevent gambling addiction, he has given invited presentations at conferences and events in 43 US states and 26 countries. Cait DeBaun is vice president, strategic communications and responsibility at the American Gaming Association (AGA). She leads the AGA's responsibility efforts and integrated communications strategies to promote the social and economic value of the $261 billion gaming industry. Cait currently oversees the AGA's Have A Game Plan® PSA campaign, working with sports leagues and teams and sportsbook operators to educate consumers on responsible sports betting. Alana Sacerdote is the Senior Responsible Gaming Program Manager at Penn Interactive, operator of The Barstool Sportsbook and iCasino. Alana has over ten years of experience which includes both brick-and-mortar gaming, as well as online real money gaming. She leads Penn Interactive's responsible gaming efforts, which include proactive player and employee education and training, creation and implementation of responsible gaming internal procedures, player protection, and ongoing quality monitoring. Jamie Salsburg is the creator and host of the “After Gambling” Podcast, a blogger, brand strategist, and entrepreneur. As a former problem gambler, Jamie created the website and podcast "After Gambling" to help people who are struggling with compulsive gambling. He also provides peer support for recovering gamblers, as well as their friends and family. Jamie is a former collegiate athlete and remains a huge fan of sports. Jamie has not gambled since July 15th, 2010, and outside of work currently enjoys spending time with his wonderful family. This conversation is moderated by Chris Soriano, Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer at Penn National Gaming.

Emphasis Added
The Petropolitics of the Transnational Oil & Gas Industry w/ Prof. Julian Cardenas | Emphasis Added

Emphasis Added

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 65:59


In this episode of Emphasis Added, Season 4 hosts Brock Jones and Matt Chelf spoke with  University of Houston Law Center Professor Julian Cardenas about the current state of the transnational oil and gas industry, how ‘petropolitics' continue to shape the global economic and social environment, and energy security in the modern age. Professor Cardenas is an expert on transnational petroleum law, best oil and gas industry practices, and oil and gas geopolitics. He served as a career diplomat at the Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs for nearly six years and has also been retained as an independent expert on Venezuelan law in international arbitrations regarding upstream and downstream petroleum transactions, direct foreign investments, and international construction projects. Additionally, he has served on the Ad Hoc Administrative Board of Directors for the Venezuelan National Oil Company since 2019, working on overseeing Citgo Petroleum Corporation and other PdVSA assets abroad. Season 4, Episode 3 Contents: 00:25 – Introduction: Professor Julian Cardenas03:21 – The Transnational Oil & Gas Industry17:22 – Petropolitics' Impact on International Conflicts28:10 – OPEC+ Impact on Oil & Gas Supply32:56 – US / Venezuelan Sanctions46:08 – Mexican Foreign Energy Investment Concerns52:36 – The Energy Transition and Energy SecurityFor more Emphasis Added content, follow us on Instagram and check out our video content on YouTube!

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info
#122 | 310 Crash Cleveland Area | Lee's Check Ride List of Knowledge & Emphasis | Private | Part 13 of ?

FAR AIM | Aviation Regs | Aeronautical Info

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 70:17


Please Consider Joining The Ground Crew... It's What Will Allow Us To Continue Recording In Person During The 2023 Season:https://club.pilotground.com/checkout/ground-crewEpisode Page:https://club.pilotground.com/c/podcast/122-310-crash-cleveland-area-lee-s-check-ride-list-of-knowledge-emphasis-private-part-13-ofTwitter Handle That We May Use A Little Bit Now That Elon Owns It: @faraimpodcast

Female Founders
Mya Kermelewicz - Preventing Dating Violence Through Awareness

Female Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 35:00


Mya Kermelewicz, youth advocate, public speaker, relationship coach, and founder of MK Prevention Services, works towards changing the lives of many through educating on and preventing teen dating violence. Having experienced unhealthy relationships and dating violence herself at a young age, she engages high school and college students in meaningful conversations surrounding healthy and unhealthy relationships and sexual assault by delivering captivating stories, informative content, and creating personal connections. Through her company, she does public presentations, group facilitations, one-on-one consultations, and relationship coaching. Mya wants to create a world where the dating violence and sexual assault statistics are at the lowest and build campuses where students stand empowered, knowledgeable, and safe. Listen to this episode to learn more about Mya and the amazing work that she is doing to prevent teen dating violence. Today, you will learn about the following: Mya's educational background and early career Her personal struggle with unhealthy relationships Founding of MK Prevention Services Services offered by the company Mya's approach to relationship coaching Emphasis on self-care Advice to women business owners Key Takeaways: Teens do not speak up due to fear of rejection Self-love is critical to be able to speak up Education and awareness can prevent teen dating violence Prevention is better than cure when it comes to dating violence Have faith in yourself before others do Channel your inner power and follow your passion Connect with Mya Kermelewicz https://myakkermelewicz.wixsite.com/prevention https://www.linkedin.com/in/mya-kermelewicz-7121b6196/

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
NEJM Interview: Dr. Srijan Sen on the current emphasis on distinguishing burnout from depression and possible unintended consequences for physician well-being.

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 6:31


Dr. Srijan Sen is the director of the Depression Center and a professor of depression and neurosciences at the University of Michigan. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S. Sen. Is It Burnout or Depression? Expanding Efforts to Improve Physician Well-Being. N Engl J Med 2022;387:1629-1630.

The CoSN Podcast
Creating A Framework For Inclusive Technology (Part Two) S3E6

The CoSN Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 29:39


Over the past two years, we have seen technology use in the classroom skyrocket. From assessment tools to curriculum support, these technologies are essential to classrooms in districts across the country. Hand in hand with the bloom in learning technologies, inclusive technologies have become a major topic of discussion in the education world. In part two of this two-part series sponsored by the Center on Inclusive Technology & Education Systems (CITES) at CAST, our guests discuss how to implement a technology program that meets the needs of all learners. Step by step- setting standards, creating guides for teachers, sourcing and vetting vendors, and communicating support, this episode explores how district leaders can implement a comprehensive program to support all students with stories and examples from district leaders themselves. Today's guests are two leaders from the Jenks Public Schools in Jenks, Oklahoma – District Assistive Technology Coordinator Janna Greathouse and Edtech Coordinator Samantha Reid. Janna graduated from the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma with a Master's degree in Speech Pathology. She has practiced as a speech-language pathologist in public school systems in the Carolinas and in Oklahoma, where she currently works. . Her latest pursuits involve efforts to increase accessibility, equity, and inclusion district-wide so that students are empowered to be experts in their own learning and are supported in doing so. Samantha obtained her M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction with an Emphasis on Technology Integration in Education from UNLV in 2006, after which she began working in EdTech. Prior to moving into EdTech, she taught in Elementary School. Samantha is an ISTE Certified Education as well as receiving several other certifications and Micro-credentials through the years. She has done training all over the region and has presented at several EdCamps, Google Summits, and conferences, including ISTE, TCEA, FETC, and CoSN. This episode of The CoSN Podcast is supported by the Center on Inclusive Technology & Education Systems (CITES) at CAST. Learn more at https://cites.cast.org/ Engage further in the discussion on Twitter. Follow: @CoSN, @MindRocketMedia, @cafox, @MaggieP, @CAST_UDL, @JoSenja, @GreathouseJanna The CoSN Podcast is produced in partnership with MindRocket Media Group and published on edCircuit. To learn more about CoSN, visit www.cosn.org. Learn more about MindRocket Media Group at www.mindrocketmediagroup.com. Read the transcript of this interview here: https://edcircuit.com/creating-a-framework-for-inclusive-technology-part-2-s3e6/

Unfiltered w/ Ally Pintucci
Hey Girl, Your Body Is Keeping Score w/ Ailey Jolie

Unfiltered w/ Ally Pintucci

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 46:59


Somatic therapy aims to treat PTSD and other mental and emotional health issues through the connection of mind and body. This body-centric approach works by helping to release stress, tension, and trauma from the body. In this episode, I sit down with Ailey Jolie to talk about how your body has been keeping score on you since the day you popped into this world.   In this episode, we talk about: + wtf is somatic therapy? + relationships + being aware of behavioral patterns in your life + “big t” vs. “Little t” trauma + stored emotions & experiences in your body + and more!   Can't wait to hear what you guys think and be sure to connect with Ailey over on IG!   CONNECT WITH US www.instagram.com/allypintucci www.instagram.com/unfilteredwithally www.instagram.com/aileyjolie   ABOUT AILEY Ailey is a Registered Clinical Counselor holding a Masters of Counselling Psychology and a Master of Arts in Depth Psychology with an Emphasis in Somatic Studies. She is a graduate from Harvard Medical Schools Global Mental Health: Trauma Recovery Masters certificate program and holds two Honours Bachelor Degrees in the fields of Women's Studies, Communication and Psychology from the University of Ottawa (Université d'Ottawa). She has completed the requirements to be a certified Focusing Oriented Therapist, Compassionate Inquiry Practitioner, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. Additionally, she has trained to deliver both MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD (MAPS USA) and Ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, in a research setting. Ailey has completed the requirements to become a Registered Yoga Teacher and member of the International Mindfulness Teacher Association. She has completed postgraduate training in Sex Therapy from Guelph University and the Clinical Science of Eating Disorders from the University College London faculty of medicine. Ailey's education and life experience have led to a specialized clinical focus on sexual trauma integration, embodiment, eating disorders, and intimate relationships. As a psychotherapist, Ailey blends the principles of depth psychology, relational somatics, intersectional feminism, and interpersonal neurobiology.

Teen Challenge of Southern California
Marty Kaolelopono | Spiritual Emphasis 2022 | Day 3

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 38:00


Tune in as Marty Kaolelopono from Christ Driven Church in Selma, CA, shares at TCSC's Spiritual Emphasis 2022. Our theme for this year was "Always Pray."

The God Journey
The Wrong Emphasis on Salvation (#870)

The God Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 42:26


What would it change in the way we live our lives if we knew salvation is not primarily about getting... The post The Wrong Emphasis on Salvation (#870) first appeared on The God Journey.

Automotive Insight
Auto Insight: Toyota shifting emphasis from Hybrids to EVs

Automotive Insight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 1:01


After seeing the rapid growth of EVs, Toyota is shifting away from Hybrids and focusing on EVs instead. WWJ's John McElroy has more. 

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
10-26-22 - Hour 3 - How much emphasis and focus should BYU be putting into recruiting?

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 57:28


Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/

Sales POP! Podcasts
How Decisions Are Influenced By The Way You Write with Rob Ashton

Sales POP! Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 30:23


Today's guest in the Expert Insight Interview is Rob Ashton. He is a writer who focuses on the science of how the things we read and write influence what we think and do. Rob founded the global learning company Emphasis, and over the last six years, he's focused on researching the science of reading and writing, ranging from cognitive and social neuroscience to behavioral and neuroeconomics. Rob and Our host John Golden discuss "How decisions are influenced by the way you write.”

Teen Challenge of Southern California
Jonathan Laurie | Spiritual Emphasis 2022 | Day 2

Teen Challenge of Southern California

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 52:04


Join us as Jonathan Laurie from Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, CA, shares at TCSC's Spiritual Emphasis 2022. Our theme for this year was "Always Pray."

372 Pages We'll Never Get Back
Episode 130 – Super Constitution Ep 5 – Welcome Back, Troika!

372 Pages We'll Never Get Back

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 135:47


Find out our next book before everyone else when you support the podcast on Patreon! patreon.com/372pages To quote the perpetually stoned kid who sawed his finger off in my high school Shop Class and had it surgically re-attached, writing in my year book, “What a long, strange trip it's been!” Emphasis on the long. (Note … Continue reading "Episode 130 – Super Constitution Ep 5 – Welcome Back, Troika!"

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
An emphasis on the run game is re-emerging in the NFL

SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 32:51


Kristian shared a stat about the last three Saints teams to start 2-5 overall. They also talked to a WWL listener about Tulane football. Danny Kanell, a former Florida State and NFL quarterback, joined Kristian and Bobby to discuss the best college football matchups this weekend. Kanell shared his thoughts on LSU-Ole Miss before talking about Clemson vs. Syracuse. Kanell also broke down the decreased scoring in the NFL this season. 

Coach's Edge
Three Points of Emphasis for the Pre-Season: Lance Campbell Cros-Lex Pioneers

Coach's Edge

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 51:44


In this episode Coach Campbell share his three points of emphasis as they prepare for the season. Pioneer Basketball: The Culture and Buy In Defensive Concepts: Communication. Energy. Belief in the system. Offensive Spacing and Movement https://twitter.com/lex_cros https://twitter.com/LanceJamesCamp2 Join our membership and resource site below! Website: www.coachsedge.coach Email: contact@cramerbasketball.com Camps: www.Cramerbasketball.com Online Training: https://cramerbasketball.mypthub.net/3/p/133059 Twitter.com/coachsedge1 Twitter.com/steve21cramer Facebook.com/cramerbasketball Youtube.com/cramerbasketball Instagram.com/cramer_basketball Basketball coach basketball podcast basketball strategy Player development zone offense zone defense pressing pressure defense program building team defense pack line defense baseline defense zone defense 1-3-1 defense basketball coaching tips how to coach basketball basketball podcast youth basketball basketball camps basketball training basketball shooting tips basketball conditioning shooting drills ball handling drills passing drills basketball drills basketball workouts basketball drills youth basketball basketball drills open gyms shootouts scrimmages man to man defense

Nichel Anderson Short Stories And Beyond
Director Discussion - Why I emphasis Love in my stories

Nichel Anderson Short Stories And Beyond

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 19:22


Tune in to check out why Nichel Anderson, the published author and Director emphasis love in her storytelling and why "love" is so important in our lives for a happier life in body and soul. If you loving this episode, then share it and follow Nichel !    SEASON 6 Show Episodes Releases on Monday by 10am EST October 17, 2022  - "Why I emphasis love in my short stories" November 14, 2022 - "Part 8: Atlantis: We are amongst the truth seekers of Akuni"  December 12, 2022 - "Episode 63 'Queen Hagar enters the Reality of Orion"  January 16, 2023 - "Character Breakdown of Atlantis" February 20-24, 2023 - "Power of Reading Week Long Event" releases episodes Mon, Wed, and Fri March 13, 2023 - Director Clip Notes Mahogany Part 4, published 1/14/2019"   April 10, 2023 - "MOLIAE Short Stories Epi #64 Hanee sends a letter to King Mahlon for an Allegiance" May 22, 2023 - FINALE SHOW Season 6 MOLIAE Short Stories Epi #65 King Mahlon speaks of disloyalty before the GODS of Pleiadeans and an Orion is born" - Summer Break 2023 June 26, 2023 July 31, 2023 August 28, 2023 -- FOLLOW MOLIAE on YOUTUBE - livestreaming & giveaways YouTube Channel - subscribe today https://www.youtube.com/moliae --- ANNOUNCEMENTS   NFTs Collection "Pyramid Mystery Temple Reunion" PMTR the MINT date is TBA. Visit official website: MOLIAEWorld.com MOLIAE Token is TBA get ready plans to be utilize on official cryptocurrency, NFTs website MOLIAEWorld.com Follow this MOLIAE Project on twitter.com/MOLIAEWorld & share it. PMTR NFTs collection is of 10,000 classmates that are pixel pyramids on Ethereum blockchain with symbolism and meaning with numerology and astrology as our ancient ancestors did so in Sumner and Ancient Egypt/Mitsrayim. In this collection theme purpose, additionally, the mystery to whom took their swords is uptmost concern, in particular, the 24 HUJTA swords (there are more swords assigned to each pyramid) when the call to vote (for whom will be task to solve the mystery that will launch another NFTs future collection "Aspu Legends of Lions" that will be in 3D) follow the storyline that is the bedrock of intrigue written by no other than the prestige Ms. Nichel Anderson creating the official MOLIAE World from her book "Mitsrayim: A Memoir of A Past Life in Ancient Egypt". The  PMTR NFTs collection Utilities Portfolio will be announce soon as when the website is available for view soon.  --- MOLIAE Music "When Love Was Divine" now available for download as the anticipated wait for the album. -- MOLIAE Comic book series episodes will be announce for the timeline before the podcast series - "The disloyalty amongst the Tribal Leaders" available on Webtoons to catch up on this saga series: Vol 1  "A Deal Was Made In The Cosmos"  -- FOLLOW MOLIAE on Social Media & Share this! Instagram Pages - Follow us, Share this: MOLIAE8 : https://www.instagram.com/moliae8 and… MOLIAEBeauty8 : https://www.instagram.com/moliaebeauty8 — Facebook Production of MOLIAE https://www.facebook.com/moliae SkinCare Beauty brand for Kings and Queens https://www.faebook.com/moliaebeauty Twitter Social Page https://www.twitter.com/moliae Skincare Twitter Page: https://www.twitter.com/moliaeb  -- Tune and follow, share it with someone else and subscribe to MOLIAE enewsletter at moliae.com Buy The Book:  "Mitsrayim: A Memoir of A Past Life In Ancient Egypt" Available on Amazon.com -- Support This Podcast Show - Buy Our T-shirts https://moliae.com/collections/moliae-tshirts-and-hoodies ---- Check Out Brand of Essential Body Oils At: MOLIAE Beauty Shop: Https://moliaebeauty.com   Get Our Signature Body Oil “Ankh Ra 360”: https://moliaebeauty.com/products/moliae-ankh-ra-360-body-oil   GIFT BOX KITS ! You want to send Ancient Egypt in a beautiful one of a kind present treasure chest? Order our gift box kits and be like a Royal ! You remember the times..   https://moliaebeauty.com/collections/gift-box-kits

Hollinger & Duncan NBA Show - NBA Basketball Podcast
H&D on Prime Teaser: the Draymond Suspension and Dan Feldman's Daily Duncs

Hollinger & Duncan NBA Show - NBA Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 26:27 Very Popular


Why John would have suspended Draymond, and why Nate wouldn't have. Plus, the Thursday Daily Duncs. Get the full Hollinger & Duncan episode only on Dunc'd On Prime.You can sign up for Dunc'd On Prime here. If you want to know more about Dunc'd On Prime and why we're making this move, please read this letter from Nate to our listeners.Thursday Daily Duncs (10/13/22)Patrick Beverley-Russell WestbrookSomething or nothing? In the Lakers' preseason loss to the Timberwolves yesterday, Patrick Beverley tried to bring his floormates together during a stoppage. Russell Westbrook didn't join.As much as Beverley has talked up his fast friendship with Westbrook now that they're teammates in Los Angeles, there are many years of them being nemeses.But I'm going with nothing.Westbrook, who was called for a foul on the preceding play, might have been talking to a referee. Though resisting Beverley's continued attempts to wave him into the huddle, Westbrook high-fived Beverley while taking his spot outside the paint. By that time, Westbrook might have thought he was too late to huddle and it was time for the free throw.Mostly, it's the high-five that does it for me. That's a key piece of evidence people overly thirsty for Lakers drama are overlookingDraymond GreenThe Warriors didn't suspend Draymond Green for punching Jordan Poole in the face.Why not?Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN:I'm told that the Warriors, they put a significant amount of weight on the fact that opening night was ring night, that the players are going to get their rings. Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Steph Curry – their fourth championship in Golden State. The banner is going to be raised. They did not treat this like it was one of 82. They didn't want to suspend Draymond Green and keep him from that. Now, if this incident had happened in the regular season or if this had just been a normal opening night and they weren't there as defending champions, there probably would've been a suspension for Draymond Green.This strikes me as reasonable. Green was integral to the Warriors winning the championship. The ring-and-banner ceremony is a uniquely special moment in celebrating that massive accomplishment.There are two, overlapping questions about how Golden State should have punished Green: How severe should the punishment have been? What punishment is appropriate? You can think Green deserved a harsher penalty than he got while believing suspending him for ring night wouldn't have been a fitting punishment.My problem with the logic, though: Why didn't the Warriors just suspend Green for their previous two preseason games (which he missed anyway while away from the team) and maybe their last preseason game tomorrow (which he'll probably play in)? If Golden State wanted to send a message of a suspension while allowing Green to attend ring night, that would have been an easy middle ground.Instead, the Warriors went out of their way to say Green's weeklong absence wasn't a suspension.Jeanie BussRich Eisen asked Lakers owner Jeannie Buss who's in her inner circle.Buss:“People are fascinated with that for some reason. I could ask you, do you ever ask Mark Cuban who his inner circle is? Or Joe Lacob who his inner circle is? There's just something about being a woman I think people feel like, ‘Oh, what crutches does she need, or what does she lean on, because she's not capable of doing it herself.' I have great people that I work with. People seem most interested in Linda Rambis, who I've been working with for over 30 years. I've operated in the same style since I started working with the organization and, even before that, with the Great Western Forum putting on events. And I build – I'm a leader. I'm not a dictator. I like to build consensus. I like to hear from everybody at the table. And then ultimately people need to understand, I'm the governor of the team, and I'm held accountable for every decision that's made both business and basketball. So if anything goes wrong, it's on my watch, and I'm held accountable for it.”People are fascinated with Buss' inner circle because they care about the Lakers. People caring so deeply about the Lakers has made Buss a lot of money, by the way. The franchise has made numerous questionable-at-best decisions, and people are so invested in the team, they want to understand who's behind those decisions.There has been major interest in the Mavericks' power structure under Mark Cuban. Ditto the Warriors under Joe Lacob, though winning breeds contentment. The Lakers can't just tell fans to relax and trust the front office.What does Buss mean when she says she's held accountable for the Lakers' decisions? She's not at risk of losing her position. She'll suffer the financial losses (or, more accurately, lesser financial gains). But she can just try again next time. As the Robert Sarver situation showed, owners are – in many ways – above accountability.People in basketball operations usually aren't.Unless they operate in the shadows of Jeanie Buss' inner circle. In that case, they're fairly well shielded.Damian LillardTrail Blazers star Damian Lillard revealed more about his 2021 offseason meeting with LeBron James and Anthony Davis at LeBron's house in Los Angeles.Lillard, via Logan Murdock of The Ringer:“Like, man, what if that happened? What if I did go? I thought about it. At that point, I was thinking about a lot of things.”Lillard added: “I was like, ‘If I'm going to ever look at a different situation than mine, I'm going to look at one where I know I'm going to have a great chance to win.'”Lillard landed where he always does: loyal to Portland. I think it's cool Lillard has his own values and continues to stick with them. There are obviously temptations to join better teams.However, I'm not sure the Lakers had enough ammo to trade for Lillard. Maybe if he demanded a trade specifically to Los Angeles. Maybe. But it's tough to imagine how the Trail Blazers would've reacted to something so out of character.Lillard's meeting with LeBron and Davis at LeBron's house sounds similar to Russell Westbrook's meeting with LeBron and Davis at LeBron's house. The Lakers, of course, traded for Westbrook that summer.Tyler HerroThe Heat signed Tyler Herro to a four-year, $120 million contract extension. (The deal could theoretically be worth $130 million with incentives. Emphasis on theoretically.)Want an idea how these negotiations unfold (beyond just listening to our annual Mock Rookie Extensions podcast, of course)?Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald:Herro said Tuesday that the Heat made its initial extension offer on July 1, the first day that he became eligible for one. The first offer was four years, $100 million, Herro said.The Heat, over the ensuing weeks, raised the offer to “like $112 [million], then $120 [million] and then $130” million, factoring in potential incentives, Herro said.The significance of the Heat offering Herro an extension July 1: That shows they wanted to keep him rather than use him in a trade for someone like Kevin Durant or Donovan Mitchell. Once he signed the extension, Herro counts at his actual 2022-23 salary outgoing in a trade but the average of his salaries in 2022-23 and the four seasons of the extension outgoing.Simply, trading Herro became far more complicated with the extension – a burden Miami wouldn't have accepted if wanting to trade Herro. The Heat were apparently willing to accept that limitation as early as July 1.Andre DrummondBulls center Andre Drummond has made 3-of-4 3-pointers this preseason.Like many centers, Drummond relishes opportunities to play like a guard. With the Pistons, Stan Van Gundy did the best job satisfying Drummond's desire to touch the ball more often, having the center serve as a passing hub from the high post. Drummond was actually good at that. Forays into shooting have been more erratic.Drummond tried to make himself a threat from beyond the arc his last season-and-a-half in Detroit, but he connected on just 6-of-59 triples (10%).Maybe this will be different.If not, Chicago could again tap Drummond's passing. Already an offense not defined by traditional positional roles, the Bulls are down a playmaker with point guard Lonzo Ball injured.Zach LoweZach Lowe of ESPN published the top 10 of his annual League Pass Rankings.The most watchable team: the Brooklyn Nets. And on some nights, I totally agree. They have the lure of massive untapped upside – or the possibility of spectacular failure. But when Kyrie Irving is out, there just isn't the same appeal (in either direction).The safer pick is Lowe's second choice: the Golden State Warriors. Their chemistry is under the microscope after Draymond Green punched Jordan Poole. Plus, not only do the Warriors play a well-established enjoyable style of basketball, they're trying to integrate several intriguing youngsters, creating a compelling present-vs.-future debate.Patrick EwingGeorgetown posted an enjoyable video of Patrick Ewing watching his current Hoyas players trying to name 90s Knicks by pictures. Considering these Georgetown players weren't even born when Ewing last played for New York, I thought they did pretty well. But it is fun to watch them struggle.For anyone – Hoya or otherwise – wanting to brush up on their 90s Knicks, I recommend "Blood in the Garden" by Chris Herring.Sacramento KingsThe Kings installed a bell in their practice facility to honor certain overlooked plays. Harrison Barnes earned the first ring by taking a charge. But when someone hit the bell, it broke.Classic Kangz.They have since replaced the bell.Trey Murphy IIISpeaking of bloopers, Pelicans forward Trey Murphy III broke up Kyle Lowry's hit-ahead pass to Bam Adebayo – right off the backboard into New Orleans' own basket. Adebayo quickly raised his hand to claim credit for the bucket, which he was entitled to as the closest Heat player.-Dan Feldman

Dunc'd On Basketball NBA Podcast
Pelicans Outlook with Will Guillory; Rockets Outlook with Kelly Iko; Thursday Daily Duncs

Dunc'd On Basketball NBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 101:40


Kelly Iko, The Athletic's Rockets beatman and host of the Ikosystem show, joins to discuss the rebuilding Rockets. We discuss the key dynamics around the team this season:What can we make of the fact there are more young guys than roles? What are the expectations for Stephen Silas as he enters the last guaranteed year of his contract? Can franchise pillars Jalen Green, Jabari Smith, Jr., and Alperen Sengun evolve this year? Plus, our predictions for the Rockets season.Zion is back! Will Guillory of The Athletic takes a look at an intriguing Pels season. We discuss Zion's form, the frontcourt fit with Jonas Valanciunas, the path to a good defense, what Willie Green's rotation will look like, and of course make our predictions for the Pels' season.Plus, Thursday Daily Duncs.Thursday Daily Duncs (10/13/22)Patrick Beverley-Russell WestbrookSomething or nothing? In the Lakers' preseason loss to the Timberwolves yesterday, Patrick Beverley tried to bring his floormates together during a stoppage. Russell Westbrook didn't join.As much as Beverley has talked up his fast friendship with Westbrook now that they're teammates in Los Angeles, there are many years of them being nemeses.But I'm going with nothing.Westbrook, who was called for a foul on the preceding play, might have been talking to a referee. Though resisting Beverley's continued attempts to wave him into the huddle, Westbrook high-fived Beverley while taking his spot outside the paint. By that time, Westbrook might have thought he was too late to huddle and it was time for the free throw.Mostly, it's the high-five that does it for me. That's a key piece of evidence people overly thirsty for Lakers drama are overlookingDraymond GreenThe Warriors didn't suspend Draymond Green for punching Jordan Poole in the face.Why not?Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN:I'm told that the Warriors, they put a significant amount of weight on the fact that opening night was ring night, that the players are going to get their rings. Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, Steph Curry – their fourth championship in Golden State. The banner is going to be raised. They did not treat this like it was one of 82. They didn't want to suspend Draymond Green and keep him from that. Now, if this incident had happened in the regular season or if this had just been a normal opening night and they weren't there as defending champions, there probably would've been a suspension for Draymond Green.This strikes me as reasonable. Green was integral to the Warriors winning the championship. The ring-and-banner ceremony is a uniquely special moment in celebrating that massive accomplishment.There are two, overlapping questions about how Golden State should have punished Green: How severe should the punishment have been? What punishment is appropriate? You can think Green deserved a harsher penalty than he got while believing suspending him for ring night wouldn't have been a fitting punishment.My problem with the logic, though: Why didn't the Warriors just suspend Green for their previous two preseason games (which he missed anyway while away from the team) and maybe their last preseason game tomorrow (which he'll probably play in)? If Golden State wanted to send a message of a suspension while allowing Green to attend ring night, that would have been an easy middle ground.Instead, the Warriors went out of their way to say Green's weeklong absence wasn't a suspension.Jeanie BussRich Eisen asked Lakers owner Jeannie Buss who's in her inner circle.Buss:“People are fascinated with that for some reason. I could ask you, do you ever ask Mark Cuban who his inner circle is? Or Joe Lacob who his inner circle is? There's just something about being a woman I think people feel like, ‘Oh, what crutches does she need, or what does she lean on, because she's not capable of doing it herself.' I have great people that I work with. People seem most interested in Linda Rambis, who I've been working with for over 30 years. I've operated in the same style since I started working with the organization and, even before that, with the Great Western Forum putting on events. And I build – I'm a leader. I'm not a dictator. I like to build consensus. I like to hear from everybody at the table. And then ultimately people need to understand, I'm the governor of the team, and I'm held accountable for every decision that's made both business and basketball. So if anything goes wrong, it's on my watch, and I'm held accountable for it.”People are fascinated with Buss' inner circle because they care about the Lakers. People caring so deeply about the Lakers has made Buss a lot of money, by the way. The franchise has made numerous questionable-at-best decisions, and people are so invested in the team, they want to understand who's behind those decisions.There has been major interest in the Mavericks' power structure under Mark Cuban. Ditto the Warriors under Joe Lacob, though winning breeds contentment. The Lakers can't just tell fans to relax and trust the front office.What does Buss mean when she says she's held accountable for the Lakers' decisions? She's not at risk of losing her position. She'll suffer the financial losses (or, more accurately, lesser financial gains). But she can just try again next time. As the Robert Sarver situation showed, owners are – in many ways – above accountability.People in basketball operations usually aren't.Unless they operate in the shadows of Jeanie Buss' inner circle. In that case, they're fairly well shielded.Damian LillardTrail Blazers star Damian Lillard revealed more about his 2021 offseason meeting with LeBron James and Anthony Davis at LeBron's house in Los Angeles.Lillard, via Logan Murdock of The Ringer:“Like, man, what if that happened? What if I did go? I thought about it. At that point, I was thinking about a lot of things.”Lillard added: “I was like, ‘If I'm going to ever look at a different situation than mine, I'm going to look at one where I know I'm going to have a great chance to win.'”Lillard landed where he always does: loyal to Portland. I think it's cool Lillard has his own values and continues to stick with them. There are obviously temptations to join better teams.However, I'm not sure the Lakers had enough ammo to trade for Lillard. Maybe if he demanded a trade specifically to Los Angeles. Maybe. But it's tough to imagine how the Trail Blazers would've reacted to something so out of character.Lillard's meeting with LeBron and Davis at LeBron's house sounds similar to Russell Westbrook's meeting with LeBron and Davis at LeBron's house. The Lakers, of course, traded for Westbrook that summer.Tyler HerroThe Heat signed Tyler Herro to a four-year, $120 million contract extension. (The deal could theoretically be worth $130 million with incentives. Emphasis on theoretically.)Want an idea how these negotiations unfold (beyond just listening to our annual Mock Rookie Extensions podcast, of course)?Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald:Herro said Tuesday that the Heat made its initial extension offer on July 1, the first day that he became eligible for one. The first offer was four years, $100 million, Herro said.The Heat, over the ensuing weeks, raised the offer to “like $112 [million], then $120 [million] and then $130” million, factoring in potential incentives, Herro said.The significance of the Heat offering Herro an extension July 1: That shows they wanted to keep him rather than use him in a trade for someone like Kevin Durant or Donovan Mitchell. Once he signed the extension, Herro counts at his actual 2022-23 salary outgoing in a trade but the average of his salaries in 2022-23 and the four seasons of the extension outgoing.Simply, trading Herro became far more complicated with the extension – a burden Miami wouldn't have accepted if wanting to trade Herro. The Heat were apparently willing to accept that limitation as early as July 1.Andre DrummondBulls center Andre Drummond has made 3-of-4 3-pointers this preseason.Like many centers, Drummond relishes opportunities to play like a guard. With the Pistons, Stan Van Gundy did the best job satisfying Drummond's desire to touch the ball more often, having the center serve as a passing hub from the high post. Drummond was actually good at that. Forays into shooting have been more erratic.Drummond tried to make himself a threat from beyond the arc his last season-and-a-half in Detroit, but he connected on just 6-of-59 triples (10%).Maybe this will be different.If not, Chicago could again tap Drummond's passing. Already an offense not defined by traditional positional roles, the Bulls are down a playmaker with point guard Lonzo Ball injured.Zach LoweZach Lowe of ESPN published the top 10 of his annual League Pass Rankings.The most watchable team: the Brooklyn Nets. And on some nights, I totally agree. They have the lure of massive untapped upside – or the possibility of spectacular failure. But when Kyrie Irving is out, there just isn't the same appeal (in either direction).The safer pick is Lowe's second choice: the Golden State Warriors. Their chemistry is under the microscope after Draymond Green punched Jordan Poole. Plus, not only do the Warriors play a well-established enjoyable style of basketball, they're trying to integrate several intriguing youngsters, creating a compelling present-vs.-future debate.Patrick EwingGeorgetown posted an enjoyable video of Patrick Ewing watching his current Hoyas players trying to name 90s Knicks by pictures. Considering these Georgetown players weren't even born when Ewing last played for New York, I thought they did pretty well. But it is fun to watch them struggle.For anyone – Hoya or otherwise – wanting to brush up on their 90s Knicks, I recommend "Blood in the Garden" by Chris Herring.Sacramento KingsThe Kings installed a bell in their practice facility to honor certain overlooked plays. Harrison Barnes earned the first ring by taking a charge. But when someone hit the bell, it broke.Classic Kangz.They have since replaced the bell.Trey Murphy IIISpeaking of bloopers, Pelicans forward Trey Murphy III broke up Kyle Lowry's hit-ahead pass to Bam Adebayo – right off the backboard into New Orleans' own basket. Adebayo quickly raised his hand to claim credit for the bucket, which he was entitled to as the closest Heat player.-Dan FeldmanMore Episodes are available exclusively on Dunc'd On Prime! Dunc'd On Prime is the only place to get every Hollinger & Duncan with John Hollinger! Take advantage of our one-time-only presale. DuncdOn.SupportingCast.FMSubscribe to our weekly mailing list for free bonus content and all the info you need to keep up with us.With @NateDuncanNBA and @DannyLeroux., @JohnHollinger and @DanFeldmanNBA

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants
SF Giants hire Pete Putila as GM, signaling intent to place heavy emphasis on player development

Locked On Giants – Daily Podcast On The San Francisco Giants

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 34:44


Just a few short weeks after San Francisco Giants GM Scott Harris left for the Detroit Tigers, the Giants have found his replacement. Pete Putila, the former assistant GM of the Houston Astros, has been hired as the SF Giants' new general manager. Putila is largely credited with helping to establish the Astros' immensely successful player development pipeline. His hiring by the Giants signals their intention to dramatically improve their development capabilities moving forward. The Giants have not done a great job of successfully developing their own minor league players in the four seasons under President of Baseball Operations Farhan Zaidi. Several of their top draft picks have stalled for various reasons, and the major league team hasn't enjoyed many breakout performances from young players in recent seasons. Logan Webb is one exception, as is Camilo Doval, but the Giants haven't had a lot of young talent impact the team and it has been a problem. Putila should be able to put the San Francisco Giants in the best position possible to improve in this area. There is, of course, Putila's association to the 2017-18 Astros teams that were known to be invovled in illegal sign stealing. But Putila was the Astros' director of player development at the time, a role that was very likely not at all involved in the in-game sign-stealing efforts that originated out of the dugout during games. Zaidi says he checked with MLB to see whether Putila had been involved in the league's investigation into the Astros, and the league confirmed that he wasn't even interviewed, meaning there was zero reason to suspect he had any involvement. The Astros' scheme is often falsely considered an organization-wide effort, but in reality it was a fairly crude operation that originated with on-field personnel. Find and follow Locked On Giants on your favorite podcast platforms:

Sales Hustle
#430 S2 Episode 299 - IT'S TIME FOR QUALITY: Time Management And Emphasis On Quality As A Means Of Sales Improvement

Sales Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 5:20


IF YOU MANAGE YOUR TIME WELL, YOU CAN DEFINITELY PERFORM AND SELL.Today, we head back to Collin to discuss two things, managing your time well, and an emphasis on “Quality over Quantity”. Collin talks about how these two can make a difference and help you sell well. Don't miss this opportunity, so tune in now to this latest episode of Sales Transformation. Stop sending boring sales e-mails or videos and start sending catchy GIFs and Memes with VIDU.io!Power up your podcast experience by joining our Free Podcast Community!TRANSFORMING MOMENTSHaving your own playbook for yourself is helpfulDefining traits of being a “GOOD VS  GREAT” salespersonManage your time efficiently and effectively“Quality over Quantity” matters a lot“There's definitely numbers part of it, but there's also an art to it as well, and being able to manage your time is one of the things that is extremely, extremely important.” - Collin: Manage your time efficientlyConnect with Matthew and learn more about what he's been working on!About MatthewAbout PauseDialPause.comConnect with Collin and find out what's new in Sales Transformation and other things he's up to:About CollinAbout SalescastSalescast CommunitySales TransformationWanna kick off your own kick-ass podcast?Already have one? How about growing it, or even monetizing it?LET'S TALK.