MGK'da Yunanistan Vurgusu: Meşru Yöntem Ve Aracı Kullanmaktan İmtina Etmeyeceğiz, Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan: CHP Milli Güvenlik Sorunudur, AYM'den Milletvekili Seçimi Kanunu'nda Değişiklik Yapan Kanunun İptal İstemine Ret, Fırat Kalkanı Ve Barış Pınarı Bölgelerinde 10 PKK/YPG'li Terörist Etkisiz Hale Getirildi, 25 Ekim'de Temeli Atılacak 5 Bin Konutun İlleri Belli Oldu, Ukrayna: Rusya'nın Dünyanın En Güçlü İkinci Ordusu Olduğu Efsanesini Yerle Bir Etti, Kuzey Akım'daki Gaz Sızıntısı Danimarka'nın Yıllık Karbon Emisyonunun Üçte Birine Eşdeğer --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/haluk-kurtuncuoglu/message
MGK'da Yunanistan Vurgusu: Meşru Yöntem Ve Aracı Kullanmaktan İmtina Etmeyeceğiz, Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan: CHP Milli Güvenlik Sorunudur, AYM'den Milletvekili Seçimi Kanunu'nda Değişiklik Yapan Kanunun İptal İstemine Ret, Fırat Kalkanı Ve Barış Pınarı Bölgelerinde 10 PKK/YPG'li Terörist Etkisiz Hale Getirildi, 25 Ekim'de Temeli Atılacak 5 Bin Konutun İlleri Belli Oldu, Ukrayna: Rusya'nın Dünyanın En Güçlü İkinci Ordusu Olduğu Efsanesini Yerle Bir Etti, Kuzey Akım'daki Gaz Sızıntısı Danimarka'nın Yı
“I am a Mechanical Engineer, Not a Mechanic”. If you didn't know, there is a BIG difference between the two. Mechanical engineers are problem solvers who apply their skills to design, develop, build, and test all sorts of mechanical devices, tools, engines, and machines in just about every type of industry. They're ranked among the top 10 fields nationally for employment and projected to have employment growth of nearly 140,000 new jobs over the next decade. In this episode I had the pleasure of speaking with Abdur-Rahman Quadri, Mechanical Engineer by day and photographer by night! Rahman works as a Mechanical Engineer at Engenium Group. He has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Lagos and a M.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maryland College Park. Tune in as Rahman describes the profession of a Mechanical Engineer, important skills to have, and how to get into the field! Get Connected with Abdur-Rahman Quadri: LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/abdur-rahmanq Instagram: @abdurvisuals Photography website: abdurvisuals.com Young Africans in Tech: @yaitinitiatives Questions or Feedback? Email: email@example.com Follow the podcast on IG: @thewininstempodcast Beats by Femi, IG: @fe.astro
Eng vun de gemeinsamen Aktiounen tëscht den zwou Kulturhaaptstied Esch 2022 a Kaunas? Si échangéiere Kënschtler. De Filip Markiewicz ass deemno vun der Escher Konschthal a Litaue geschéckt ginn, Litauen huet ee vun hire bekannste Kënschtler a Filmemaacher, den Deimantas Narkevicius, an de Fliger op Lëtzebuerg gesat. D'Rekonstruktioun vun der Geschicht, d'Weidergi vu Mémoire, de bizarren Ëmgang mat Monumenter sinn dem Narkevicius seng Thematiken, déi hien a senge Filmer op eng intelligent, déifgrënneg, an technesch och villschichteg, Manéier montéiert. Dat zanter Mëtt der 1990eger, zum Deel och fir di sowjetesch Vergaangenheet anescht konstruktiv ze verschaffen. Ass dat mat Konscht méiglech?
This week, we discuss the opening matches of the WNCL, where Lily made her commentary debut in the second SA v VIC match. We also talk through the most recent WBBL signings, the controversial end to the Eng v Ind ODI series, and the Rachael Heyhoe Flint trophy final, which the Northern Diamonds won! We are also joined by former SA & Australian fast bowler, Jason Gillespie (Interview begins at 31:04). Jason talks to us all about his playing career, his memorable 201*, and then his coaching career. Next week we will be joined by another guest, you won't want to miss it! If you enjoyed this episode, you can let us know on Instagram, Twitter or TikTok @howzattcp or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lee Gálatas 6:1–10 He oído decir que los cristianos no son perfectos, son perdonados. Es verdad. Como no somos perfectos, a veces todos necesitamos ayuda. En Gálatas 2:11–21, Pablo describe un momento en que confrontó a Pedro (llamado Cefas) por su conducta hipócrita hacia los cristianos gentiles. Incluso los gigantes espirituales a veces necesitan corrección. En el pasaje de hoy, Pablo ofrece orientación para restaurar a un cristiano que fue “sorprendido en pecado” (v. 1). El texto griego implica a alguien que fue tomado por sorpresa. Puede sugerir que la persona que está siendo corregida aún no reconoció que lo que estaba haciendo era pecado. Antes de que pudieran restaurarse, alguien tenía que señalar el problema. Ayudar a otros a ser responsables es un aspecto de la obligación mayor de la iglesia de “Lleven los unos las cargas de los otros” (v. 2 NBLA). No se trata de que los cristianos se vigilen unos a otros. Se trata de demostrar amor. Sin embargo, no debemos acercarnos a este ministerio de restauración con la clase de intensidad que señala cada debilidad. No necesitamos confrontar a otros por cada pequeño error que cometen. ¿Cómo entonces debemos acercarnos a alguien que ha caído en algún pecado? Aquí hay algunas preguntas que pueden ayudarte a pensar en tu enfoque: ¿Es un pecado deliberado o fueron tomados por sorpresa? ¿Cuál es mi verdadero motivo al acercarme a ellos? ¿Alguien más se ha visto afectado? ¿Qué necesitan saber o hacer para recuperarse? ¿Qué pasajes de las Escrituras les serán de ayuda? Enfrentar el pecado requiere decir la verdad con amor, mansedumbre y respeto. Si conoces a un compañero creyente que está atrapado en el pecado, pídele a Dios que te proporcione el momento adecuado y las palabras que necesitas para hablar con él. La clave para vencer el pecado es confiar en el Espíritu de Dios (vv. 7–9). Pablo llama al Espíritu Santo una “ley” que nos hace libres (Romanos 8:2). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
15 вересня 2022-го року відсвяткувала свій столітній ювілей пані Клавдія Дяченко. Пані Клавдія (Eng. Klara Djachenko) народилася в селі Семенівка Краматорського району Донецької області. Розкуркулення, примусова колективізація, Голодомор, примусове виселення на роботу в Німеччину, табори... І переселення в Австралію...
De Lincoln Highway war déi éischt Strooss, déi duerch ganz Amerika, vun der Westküst bis op d'Ostküst, gaangen ass. An sengem neie Roman “Lincoln Highway,” hellt den amerikaneschen Auteur Amor Towles de Lieser mat op dëse Roadtrip. Eng richteg Aventure, Julie Mathes.
Esse episódio faz parte da série de programas que o Irineu Deliberalli realiza todas as segundas-feiras ao vivo também pelo Instagram e pelo Youtube. Para comprar o Livro, envie um e-mail para Editoramichael@terra.com.br Participe das nossas rodas de Cura pelo Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/aldeiarosadourada/) ou presencialmente toda quinta-feira das 20h às 22h em São Paulo, no Bairro do Ipiranga, R. Eng. Ranulfo Pinheiro Lima, 87. Saiba mais sobre a Aldeia Rosa Dourada: Instagram: https://instagram.com/aldeiarosadourada Site da Aldeia com músicas xamânicas 24h: http://www.aldeiarosadourada.org.br/RadioDaAldeia.asp Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aldeiarosadourada Podcasts no Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-141947571 Podcasts no Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/37GWCpDHeo3CRqJXpgvP3e Podcasts no Deezer: https://deezer.com/en/show/901432 Podcasts no Apple Podcasts: https://bit.ly/aldeiapodcast Aldeia Rosa Dourada - www.aldeiarosadourada.org.br
Welkom allemaal bij onze podcast met de missie de online automotive beter maken. Vandaag gaan we dat doen met Lev van der Eng van CarCollect. Lev, kun je onze luisteraars wat meer vertellen over wie je bent en wat je doet? Structureren“Ik ben Lev van der Eng en met CarCollect werken we op het snijvlak van automotive remarketing en de onlinewereld. Ik heb IVA Business School gedaan. Daar heb ik ook mijn compagnon Stan ontmoet. CarCollect is voortgekomen uit de Automotions Groep. Het doel van CarCollect was het remarketingproces digitaal structureren en laten groeien. Stan en ik zijn aan de slag gegaan om daar een oplossing voor te ontwikkelen. Een van de conclusies was dat het handelsplatform onafhankelijk en zelfstandig moest worden. Zo konden we ook andere dealerholdings en leasemaatschappijen aansluiten.”Hogere conversie“Het biedproces voor inruilauto's is bij veel autobedrijven niet strak gestructureerd. Aan de showroomkant is het goed taxeren en omschrijven van een inruilauto bepalend voor de opbrengst. Aan de biedkant is het belangrijk voor de opbrengst dat zoveel mogelijk handelsrelaties meebieden. CarCollect zorgt voor een hogere opbrengst per auto en voor een hogere conversie. Tijdens de pilotfase helpen we autobedrijven om de conversie van één op vijf te vergroten naar bijvoorbeeld één op drie of beter. Dat zorgt voor een enorme verbetering van het resultaat. CarCollect bestaat uit een app die we voor elke klant inrichten met een eigen omgeving onder hun eigen bedrijfsnaam. De app is ook geschikt voor verschillende vestigingen en meerdere gebruikers.” Onafhankelijk “Het ophalen van biedingen gaat in zes stappen. De app begeleidt de verkoper tijdens het taxatieproces. Het invoeren en fotograferen van een auto duurt vijf tot zes minuten. Op dit moment staan er 5.000 auto's op het platform. Naast een grote groep internationale handelaren zijn ook autoveilingen op het platform actief. Met het gesloten biedsysteem halen we snel de hoogste opbrengst op. De kracht van CarCollect is dat wij onafhankelijk zijn. We zitten niet tussen de transacties. Verder zorgen we meetbaar voor toegevoegde waarde, zowel voor verkopers als voor kopers. Op dit moment zijn we actief in acht landen. We verwachten dat daar snel nieuwe landen bij komen.”Lev, dankjewel voor jouw komst naar de studio in Ede. Luisteraars, volgende week is er een nieuwe aflevering van onze podcast met de missie de online automotive beter maken. Deze Podcast wordt mede mogelijk gemaakt door: Marktplaats, 2dehands.be, UCC, Calldrip, CARMEN Automotive BDC en Findio Marktplaats is met ruim 7.3 miljoen unieke bezoekers per maand al jaren een van de populairste sites van Nederland. Per dag worden rond 350.000 nieuwe advertenties op de site geplaatst. Particuliere en zakelijke aanbieders zorgen voor een groot en gevarieerd tweedehands en nieuw aanbod. Marktplaats is de plaats met de hoogste kans om een betrouwbare tweedehandse auto succesvol te (ver)kopen tegen een goede prijs. Waarom kiezen voor Calldrip? Calldrip is een succesvol leadopvolgings systeem dat zijn oorsprong heeft in de Verenigde Staten en dankzij #DCDW nu ook in Nederland en België beschikbaar is. Het systeem is vooral geschikt voor importeurs en grote dealerholdings die ervoor kiezen de leadopvolging bij de verkopers te leggen. Calldrip is de ideale tool om verkopers te ondersteunen bij leadopvolging en tot maximale conversie te komen. Waarom kiezen voor UCC? UCC: Steeds meer collega's gebruiken Used Car Controller. Taxeren, calculeren, publiceren of auto's verhandelen met je persoonlijke handelsplatform? Met 1 abonnement geeft Used Car Controller je controle over alle kritische gebruikte auto processen. Zo maakt Used Car Controller je tot de beste in je vak! Waarom samenwerken met Findio voor auto? Als u kiest voor Findio voor auto, kiest u voor een partner voor de lange termijn. Wij verzekeren u van:online retail oplossingen – ruime kennis en ervaring op het gebied van automotive – al uw krediet onder één dak – Ondersteuning van uw verkopers – Remarketing tools – digitale oplossingen voor dealermanagementsystemen van Autodata, VWE Automotive, Used Car Controller of Autosoft om uw auto's gemakkelijk te adverteren en te beheren op meerdere autoverkoop sites. Waarom kiezen voor Spincar? Auto kopen anno 2022? Naast gemak, betrouwbaarheid kijkt een consument ook naar presentatie. De kleding- en electronicabranche doet dit al jaren door 360º beeld te gebruiken bij presentaties. En dat werkt. Mensen zijn op zoek naar volledigheid tot in detail. Als webshop profiteer je daar optimaal van. Daarom is 360º presentatie ook de manier om de aandacht voor consumenten te trekken die op zoek zijn naar een auto. Autobedrijven die werken met 360º beeld, -spins-, merken dat klanten het enorm waarderen en ontvangen beduidend meer leads. Consumenten krijgen zekerheid en bevestiging van de juiste prijs bij het bekijken van een spin. De zorg en aandacht voor een goede presentatie kenmerkt een serieuze aanbieder. SpinCar is o.a. exclusief partner van AutoTrack.nl"
On this episode of Conversations with a Calvinist, Keith welcomes Dr. Edward Dalcour to discuss the doctrine of the Trinity and his work engaging Oneness Pentecostals, Muslims, Jehovah Witnesses and Mormons. Dr. Dalcour is the president and director of Department of Christian Defense, an educational and apologetic ministry based in Los Angeles, CA. He is Mentor of Theology at Greenwich School of Theology (London, Eng.). He serves as Vice President of Grace Bible University based in Bagdad, FL. Dr. Dalcour holds a Master in Apologetics from Columbia Evangelical Seminary and a Ph.D. in Theology from North-West University (Potchefstroom, SA). He is also a published author of several apologetic and theological books, a prolific speaker, evangelist, apologist, and contributor to various theological journals and Christian organizations. Dr. Dalcour currently resides with his wife and family in Los Angeles, CA holding on-going Christian apologetic and theology classes. Conversations with a Calvinist is the podcast ministry of Pastor Keith Foskey. If you want to learn more about Pastor Keith and his ministry at Sovereign Grace Family Church in Jacksonville, FL, visit www.SGFCjax.org. For older episodes of Conversations with a Calvinist, visit CalvinistPodcast.com To get the audio version of the podcast through Spotify, Apple, or other platforms, visit https://anchor.fm/medford-foskey Follow Pastor Keith on Twitter @YourCalvinist Email questions about the program to CalvinistPodcast@gmail.com
This is audio from RQM+ Live! #60, recorded 22 September, 2022. To join us live for future shows and ask your own questions, please view and sign up for upcoming events in the Knowledge Center at our website. Several RQM+ industry leaders contributed to this year's program at the RAPS Convergence in Phoenix, and we're ready to share what we learned — and what surprised us — from the event. We also answer your questions in the process! This RQM+ Live! show discusses the biggest takeaways and surprises from this year's RAPS Convergence. We cover at least a little bit of the subject matter in each of our speaker's sessions, including: Clinical evaluation Recent developments in EU Regulations (MDR and IVDR) Post-market clinical follow-up (PMCF) and risk management Developing IVDR-compliant intended purpose statements that serve the business and meet notified body expectations How to efficiently prepare your eSTAR submission Panelists: Jaishankar (Jai) Kutty, Ph.D. – Vice President , Intelligence & Innovation Carlos Galamba, MSc – Vice President of IVD Intelligence & Innovation Celeste Maksim, Ph.D., RAC – Chief of Staff Anike Freeman, M.Eng., PMP – Principal Consultant Nancy Morrison, RAC (moderator) – Vice President, Intelligence & Innovation Questions with timestamps: 3:34 -- Please let the audience know what you spoke about and any key takeaways from the session? 9:24 -- This being the first year back in person after being virtual and hybrid, what did you observe about this conference? What about the attendees? 13:54 -- What was the most unexpecting thing or key learning that you took away from the conference? 24:24 -- Have you also discussed how clinical data and endpoints should be defined when a legacy device has an equivalent device that is now a similar device under MDR, where the legacy device has not yet been placed on the market? 26:27 -- What are we seeing in clinical trials? 28:08 -- What did you hear about surveys? 30:07 -- Am I going to get specifics about my type of device at this conference? Carlos, can you speak to IVD aspect? 33:29 -- How about on the device side... were there a good range of topics and product types represented on the Convergence agenda? 36:38 -- Is it a study if it's a retro chart review that collects personal health information? 40:04 -- What were your takeaways in terms of what's on people's minds and what's bothering manufacturers right now? 42:21 -- What's new with digital health? 43:53 -- How about companion diagnostics? 48:04 -- Did you hear any conflicting advice or things that you did not agree with? 55:08 -- Where is next year's conference? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/deviceadvice/message
EP นี้ขอเปิดตัวอีก 1 Series ย่อยที่ชื่อว่า “ #ToInspireSeries “ ซีรี่ย์ที่จะพวกเราจะหยิบเรื่องราว บทสัมภาษณ์ บทความ หรือหนังสือ ที่สร้างแรงบันดาลใจ สร้างพลังใจ เพิ่มพลังงานบวก มาพูดคุยกัน แล้วดึงบางจุดบางข้อที่พวกเราคิดว่ามันช่างดีเหลือเกินออกมาแชร์ให้ทุกคนฟังกัน . ซึ่งขอเริ่มซี่รี่ย์นี้ด้วย Commencement Speech ของ Taylor Swift ในพิธีมอบปริญญาบัตรแก่นักศึกษา NYU ประจำปี 2022 ที่เกิดขึ้นในเดือน พค. ที่ผ่านมา ที่พอได้ฟังครั้งแรกแล้วรู้สึกเลยว่านี่คือสุนทรพจน์จบการศึกษาที่ต้องผ่านการเตรียมตัวมาอย่างหนักหน่วง เพราะมัน insightful, practical และเป็นปัจจุบันมากๆ . โดยที่ ToShare Podcast เลือกหยิบมา 4 ประเด็นด้วยกันที่พวกเรารู้สึกว่า “เอออออดี ดีเว้ยยยยย! ดีจนต้องขอแชร์ และขอเอามาขยายกันให้ฟังหน่อย” - Searching for what's next - Being embarrassed when you mess up is part of the human experience. - Losing things doesn't just mean losing. A lot of the time, when we lose things, we gain things too - Every choice you make leads to the next choice, which leads to the next, and I know it's hard to know sometimes which path to take. . อยากให้ไปลองฟัง/อ่านฉบับเต็มๆ กันด้วยยย เพราะบริบทและลำดับที่ Taylor Swift ยกตัวอย่างและร้อยเรียงเรื่องราวเนื้อหาในสุนทรพจน์ จะยิ่งทำให้เข้าใจว่าทำไมสุนทรพจน์นี้ถึงกลายมาเป็นตัวเปิดของ #ToInspireSeries ซีรี่ย์นี้ // ฉบับเต็ม // Full-speech Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBG50aoUwlI&t=491s Full-speech text [ENG] : https://www.billboard.com/music/music-news/taylor-swift-nyu-commencement-speech-full-transcript-1235072824/ Full-speech text [THAI] : https://www.facebook.com/t1924432/posts/pfbid02WHzaZTSGjKMMCVc8KQJypdF6Vs6vreiJMtq2P8RLHzU2XwmiF9Crxp4S3gXC2Q3Jl - ย้อนไปฟัง Series ข้างเคียงใน #ToExploreSeries ในชื่อใหม่ว่า #ToInterestSeries EP อื่นๆ ได้ :: EP.33 - ToExplore : Lazy Economy เมื่อความขี้เกียจชนะทุกสิ่ง EP.37 - ToExplore : ทำไมรถรับส่งนร. ถึงสีเหลือง, รถดับเพลิงเป็นสีแดง และกรรไกรสีส้ม? EP.50 - ToExplore : แค่เลือกเพลงให้ถูก ... ก็เพิ่ม productivity ในการทำงานได้ EP.63 - ToExplore : เมื่อรู้สึก “หลงทาง/ไม่แน่ใจ” กับสิ่งที่เผชิญอยู่จะทำอย่างไรดี? EP.67 - ToExplore : นักเก็บกวาดหลังความตายมีอยู่จริงหรือไม่? EP.76 - ToInterest : ชวนมารู้จัก “Bullet Journal” - จดบันทึก/จัดการชีวิต . The more we share, the more we experience #TosharePodcastTH
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Welcome to another episode of the podcast! We are happy to have a new guest - Sandipan Banerjee (@im_sandipan), a well known cricket scribe in this episode. We have a chat about his experiences in and around the pressbox and during travels for cricket. Sandipan's youtube channel. Games covered - ENGw v INDw: First two ODIs. - IND v AUS: 1st T20i. - PAK v ENG: 1st T20i. Other News - Robin Uthappa announces retirement from all formats. - Oval and Lords to host the finals of the next two WTC. - Surrey crowned 2022 first division county champions at home. ______________________________________________________________________________ Listen to us and get in touch: On Spotify On Apple podcasts On Google podcasts On Pocket Casts On Breaker On RadioPublic Via Twitter Via Facebook Via E-mail Please do subscribe to our podcast and let us know what you think in the comments section of the podcasting app, via mail or on social media. Leave us a 5-star rating on any platform or app (like apple podcasts) you use to listen to us. Thanks!
Fashion guru Efrain answers your beauty questions ~ The Best of the Beekeeper Era 1. Original Sinsuality (1 April 2005 - Clearwater, FL) 2. Blood Roses (14 August 2005 - Detroit, MI) 3. Past the Mission (26 August 2005 - Montreal, QUE) 4. Barons of Suburbia (11 September 2005 - Concord, CA) 5. Suede (11 August 2005 - Tampa, FL) 6. Space Dog (24 April 2005 - San Francisco, CA) 7. Sleeps With Butterflies (28 June 2005 - Frankfurt, GER) 8. Like A Prayer (6 July 2005 - Florence, ITA) 9. Bette Davis Eyes (16 September 2005 - Phoenix, AZ) 10. Liquid Diamonds (7 July 2005 - Rome, ITA) 11. Marys of the Sea (10 April 2005 - Hartford, CT) 12. Apollo's Frock (23 August 2005 - Saratoga Springs, NY) 13. General Joy (18 May 2005 - Melbourne, AUS) 14. Hotel (16 September 2005 - Phoenix, AZ) 15. The Beekeeper (28 August 2005 - Rochester Hills, MI) 16. Cars and Guitars (8 September 2005 - Woodinville, WA) 17. Jamaica Inn (5 September 2005 - Denver, CO) 18. Sister Janet (3 June 2005 - London, ENG) 19. Taxi Ride (19 August 2005 - Holmdel, NJ) 20. Toast (17 September 2005 - Los Angeles, CA)
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The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia PA is home to the Death Cast of Change and Eng, the original Siamese twins. These celebrated brothers desperately wanted to live apart. But would a surgery to separate them cut their lives short? A simple black umbrella is on display at the International Spy Museum in Washington DC. What role did this object play in the bizarre assassination of a BBC journalist? During his sentence at Eastern State Penitentiary, mobster Al Capone suffered unstoppable bouts of anguish. Was the cell of this legendary criminal haunted?For even more Mysteries at the Museum, head to discovery+. Go to discoveryplus.com/mystery to start your 7-day free trial today. Terms apply.
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#235 - Lascia Qualcosa di UtileLa riflessione che nasce da questa storia è legata al nostro mondo è quella che ogni imprenditore in linea. Dal dentista a quello che costruisce i siti. Vogliamo tutti essere riconosciuti, apprezzati, chiamati per nome. Per poter ottenere questo risultato è necessario dare prima qualcosa di buono, per cui poter essere riconosciuti poi. Quindi se tu fai il tuo ruolino standard dentro la carreggiata della vita è un po' difficile essere riconosciuti.Se invece ti avventuri al di fuori di quello che fan tutti, condividendo, interagendo e ascoltando le persone e ciò che le fa gioire, puoi lasciare molto che poi ti aiuti ad essere riconosciuto e ricordato.Nel caso di un imprenditore online, potrebbe essere:un evento uno strumento / appun servizio una app un catalogo di esempi una lista di risorse rare da trovareuna serie di contenuti scelti con cura e ordinatiSe non creiamo qualche cosa di utile e tangibile, se siamo lì solo a dare consigli dicendo cosa fare e cosa, forse non creiamo le condizioni ideali per poter essere riconosciuti e ricordati. Morale della favola: Tendiamo a investire nel volerci fare riconoscere per la nostra saccenza piuttosto che per ciò che di utile facciamo per gli altri. Opportunità per distinguersi.-------------Info Utili• Ottieni feedback, ricevi consigli sul tuo progetto online Entra nella comunità di imprenditori indipendenti di Robin Goodhttps://robingood.it • Musica di questa puntata: "Square One" by Birocratic - disponibile su Bandcamp:https://birocratic.bandcamp.com/track/nesting• Nella foto di copertina: Assaggini di pesce fatti mano preparati da mio figlio Ludovico. Ladispoli, Luglio 2022.• Dammi feedback:critiche, commenti, suggerimenti, idee e domande unendoti al gruppo Telegram https://t.me/@RobinGoodPodcastFeedback• Ascolta e condividi questo podcast:https://gopod.me/RobinGood• Seguimi su Telegram:https://t.me/RobinGoodItalia (tutti i miei contenuti, immagini, audio e video in un solo canale) • Newsletter (per coloro che desiderano diventare punti-di-riferimento nella loro nicchia di mercato):https://Robingood.substack.com (ENG) https://Robingooditalia.substack.com (ITA) • Per info e richieste:mailto: Ludovica.Scarfiotti@robingood.it
Welcome to another episode of the podcast! We are happy to have a new guest - Annie Chave (@AnnieChave) in this episode. She is well know in the Guerilla Cricket world as well as famous as the editor of CountyCricketMatters magazine. Games covered - Asia cup 2022 - Finals. - ENG v SA: 3rd Test wrap up. - ENGw v INDw: First two ODIs. - AUS v NZ: ODI series wrap up. Other News - Lamichchane suspended by Nepal board, leaves CPL following arrest warrant issued against him. - Nat Sciver pulls out of IND series to focus on mental health and well being. - Finch retires from ODIs, continues as T20i captain for AUS. - Hales included in ENG T20i WC squad after Bairstow (injury), Roy (form) omissions. ______________________________________________________________________________ Listen to us and get in touch: On Spotify On Apple podcasts On Google podcasts On Pocket Casts On Breaker On RadioPublic Via Twitter Via Facebook Via E-mail Please do subscribe to our podcast and let us know what you think in the comments section of the podcasting app, via mail or on social media. Leave us a 5-star rating on any platform or app (like apple podcasts) you use to listen to us. Thanks!
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She's worked for Chicago's biggest newspapers and he's worked for Chicago's most successful radio stations. And now … they do email.Joining Charlie Meyerson for this edition of the Chicago Public Square / Rivet360 podcast, Chicago Media Talks: Axios Chicago newsletter authors Justin Kaufmann and Monica Eng.Listen in your favorite podcast player, via Spotify and Pandora, on Amazon's Alexa-powered speakers or on Apple Podcasts.Or if you prefer to read your podcasts, check out the transcript below.And if you're a completist, check out the behind-the-scenes raw audio and video from the recording of this podcast via Zoom on YouTube—including deleted segments like Eng and Kaufmann's answers (at 34:50) to the question, “How did Charlie most annoy you?” ■ Enjoying these podcasts? Help keep them coming by joining The Legion of Chicago Public Squarians.■ And consider subscribing—free—to the daily Chicago Public Square email newsletter._____Now, here's a roughly edited transcript of the interview with Eng and Kaufmann. Corrections? Email Squerrors@ChicagoPublicSquare.com.Charlie Meyerson 0:00 She's worked for Chicago's biggest newspapers, and he's worked for Chicago's most successful radio stations. And now, they do email.Monica Eng 0:08 At WBEZ they kept saying, “Would you like to write our newsletter?” And I'm like, “Are you kidding me? I'm a reporter! Stop with the insulting questions.” And now, like, I love it.Meyerson 0:20 Monica Eng is a longtime Chicago reporter who's covered food, culture, health and the environment for the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago Tribune and, yes, also at a radio station, WBEZ. Justin Kaufmann's a former talk show host and producer in Chicago at WBEZ and WGN Radio. They've teamed up to create the Axios Chicago newsletter, rounding up the day's biggest Chicago news plus coverage of their passions, including food and sports.Justin Kaufmann 0:44 Chicago is a different place. It is going to be a different newsletter than Denver. It should be a different newsletter than San Francisco.Meyerson 0:52 Coming to you despite a cough, congestion and a mild fever that a test assures me do not signify COVID-19, I am a well-medicated Charlie Meyerson with Rivet360 and Chicago Public Square, which, yes, is also an email newsletter. And this is Chicago Media Talks. Justin, what did you want to be when you grew up? And how did that lead you into Chicago radio?Kaufmann 1:14 You know, it's funny. My dad always reminds me that I was really into DePaul Blue Demon basketball when I was a kid and I would write up stories like sports stories of the games that they would show on Channel 9 at the time, like when DePaul would pay like Creighton, or Georgetown. And I would write—he showed me when I was older—like, these write-ups. So I think I wanted to be a sports writer in some form. But to be honest, I really wanted to be in radio. I love the idea I had my own— I did the announcements in high school and a lot of things to end up where I ended up to be a talk show host. So I think that that's what I wanted to be.Meyerson 1:53 High school announcements: You and I have that in common. Monica, what did you want to be when you grew up? And how has that shaped your career?Eng 2:01 I had no idea. But by the time I was 15, and my mom was dating Roger Ebert, he said, “Hey, so do one of your kids need a job this summer?” I said, “Well, I'm not going to be doing anything but watching TV. So maybe I'll go try this thing called being a copy clerk at the Chicago Sun-Times.” And from the first day I started working in the features department at the Chicago Sun-Times in 1985, I fell in love with it, and that's all I ever wanted to do—be a newspaper woman or a newswoman. I did not envision I would be an emailer, thanks for calling me that.Meyerson 2:35 It's an honorable profession. It's honorable. Eng 2:37 There was no email at the time, which was why I had a job. You know, putting the mail in the slots at the Chicago Sun-Times.Meyerson 2:45 How and when did you two first meet?Kaufmann 2:48 Ooh.Eng 2:49 Ooh.Kaufmann 2:49 That's a good question. Monica was world-renowned, you know, in Chicago media. And I think I booked her a couple times on talk shows on WBEZ. And then, you know, when Monica was looking to make a career change, she came over to WBEZ. So we worked together at WBEZ for a couple of years, working on talk shows and reporting.Eng 3:12 Yeah, well, yeah, I remember I remember. I used to hear you on the radio. And I was always a huge fan of WBEZ, and then you know, you, you'd say, “Hey, can you come on and talk about your Tribune stories?” And I thought, “Oh, this is fun.” So when you said, “Hey, there might be a spot here,” like, “You know what? I'm gettin' a little sick of the Tribune, maybe I'll think about that.” But as you recall, hiring at public radio sometimes takes a little time. So I think we were doing that dance for a couple of years.Kaufmann 3:39 Yeah, we had a lot of lunches at Fox & Obel, which is that high-end grocery store over on …Eng 3:44 … between Tribune Tower and WBEZ.Meyerson 3:47 How did you come to be a team on the Axios Chicago newsletter?Eng 3:51 Justin had already been working with the Axios daily podcast. So he kind of knew about that world. And we both had worked with Niala Boodhoo at WBEZ. And she was already there. She was quite an evangelist for the place. And I thought, “Whatever, I've never really even heard of this thing.” And so when she told us both about it, I think we're like, “Well, let's take a look at this.” I don't think either of us were like super-sure we wanted to do a newsletter because obviously we had different skills. We didn't like who has newsletter skills? Do people like graduate college knowing how to do this?Kaufmann 4:25 Yeah, I will say, Charlie, that the one thing that grabbed our attention, I think, was looking at what Axios was doing with newsletters—not just in the local markets, but what they were doing with Mike Allen and others who do the national newsletters—is they really did feel like a written talk show. And if you look at Mike's Axios AM, that's what it is. Mike is hosting a talk show—he's doing articles instead of segments—but it really had this vibe, this energy to it. He's connecting to his readers. He's engaging, he's going back and forth. It reminded me a lot of what I was doing at WGN Radio when I was doing a WBEZ with Reset. So it was an easy opportunity when they said they wanted to do it for Chicago, you know, it was a, it was a no-brainer to say, “OK, well, you know, could you do a talk show in an email format?” And that's what we've been, that's really our ethos, our mission statement, our philosophy, Monica and I, that this is a talk show in an email format, and it seems to be working.Eng 5:19 In fact, when we are when we're over length on these newsletters, Justin's like, “Oh, we gotta cut it for time.” I'm like, “Justin, we're not doing radio.”Kaufmann 5:28 It's hard to lose the little radio things like “cut for time.” “Listeners,” I always— Our readers are listeners, I always say that.Meyerson 5:37 It's easy to get those mixed up. You know, sharing some of that same professional DNA with you guys, I know that one of the hardest things I find in creating an email newsletter is deciding what not to put in. Because, as Monica has said, there's no time restriction, there's no length restriction, and deciding what doesn't go in is harder than deciding what does go in. How do you wrestle with that?Eng 6:00 Well, we do have a length: Nothing over 950 words. But that does make it harder. I mean, Chicago is full of, you know, a million stories in the naked city. And so how do you choose, you know, four or five a day? It's a terrible Sophie's choice to make.Kaufmann 6:16 That has been an issue where I think a lot of the editors and everyone were like, “You know, you're gonna have to do this every day, you're gonna watch out— Finding content will be an issue.” For Monica and I—because we've covered the city for years, and you know, this, Charlie; I read your newsletters and same idea—you could do 50 stories, you could do 100 stories. I mean, there's— time is nothing, so you're just like, yeah, every night at 10 o'clock, after we put the thing to bed, I'm like, “Darn it, we didn't talk about this, or we didn't do this.” And that reminds me of when I worked at 'BEZ and 'GN as well, where you would be down on yourself because you missed the topic that you think Chicago wanted to talk about.Meyerson 6:52 As we record this August 22, 2022, you've been with Axios just a bit more than a year. What's been a high point of that year or so with Axios?Kaufmann 7:00 I think, to me, the highlight has been just connecting with Chicago readers. I would have never thought this would be this successful. I mean, at the time we tape this, we're over 80,000 people who are signed up for it. The open rate is way above the average. And people are engaging and sending us emails on a daily basis on every story we do. It's way more than I ever had at WGN or WBEZ. I think that that has much to do with the format—I mean, people at their computers are like I can easily respond to this. But that has been the high point to me is watching that sort of evolved engagement from some of the other things that were— I mean, you know, Charlie, talk radio is all about engaged. So by getting people on the phone, like, that's where it's supposed— you think that's ingrained in the secret sauce of an AM talk radio station like WGN, but this supersized it. We're talking hundreds and hundreds of emails and people who want to engage.Eng 7:56 They can be overwhelming at times—because, yeah, it's like, “Oh, I want to respond to all 150 people who wrote to us today sharing you know, where they like to go, you know, for a picnic in Chicago, or, you know, what they remember about Tower Records.” So, yeah, similarly, I think, you know, the engagement. Yeah, of course, I got COVID during our first or before our first retreat, so I couldn't go, and Justin just loves to rub it in about how fun it was.Kaufmann 8:25 It was such a fun time without Monica. That really I think that's the secret sauce is that Monica wasn't there.Eng 8:30 Leave that old wet blanket home.Meyerson 8:32 All right, how about the low point of your first year with Axios? Monica?Eng 8:36 Oh, jeepers, I wouldn't say low point. But, I think, you know: Breaking news. During the strike, when omicron was raging and the CPS and CTU were fighting. We were doing really long days. And it was like, “Oh, shoot, something else just happened. Let's, you know, break the thing open again.” It can kind of it's actually very exciting to cover breaking news. But it was wearing and I think, you know, and well and then the Highland Park thing, day after day, turns into a manhunt it turns into to these things. And our bosses are actually great. They're like, “Look, are you guys feeling worn down? What can we do to kind of rejuvenate you.”Kaufmann 9:20 I think because we are news media creatures at best and at heart, it becomes really difficult to shut it off. And so, if there are breaking news stories on top of breaking news stories, we're not the type to bury our head in the sand. We're the type to say it doesn't matter if it's 8 o'clock, 10 o'clock at night, 11 o'clock, we get up and we start working again. And that is just part of the pitfalls of the job. I mean that you get burnout. You don't get a chance to have any sort of renewal moment or time to rest. You just gotta keep going.Meyerson 9:53 Just six years after its founding Axios is being bought by Cox Enterprises, the cable communications and historically a newspaper company, for a little more than half a billion dollars. What's that mean for you and Axios Chicago? Are you both millionaires now?Eng 10:09 Well, I guess quasi-millionaires maybe like, multi. It's actually, you know, I've been and Justin's been at companies that have been bought before, and it's usually bad, bad news. It actually appears to be good news, in this case. And, and our bosses made sure that they got a really good deal for employees as well. As far as we can tell, they're not going to touch the journalism, they just actually want more local journalism. Cox seems to really love the local end of it. And so I think it means we get more love and, and, and our bosses are talking about this as a multi-generational thing. They want Axios to be around generations after they're gone. And I think, as far as I can tell, that's, that's really gonna help with this. Kaufmann 10:59 Yeah, they're saying all the right things.Meyerson 11:00 When you say “good deal for employees,” what does that really mean? Eng 11:03 We get to sell a third of our stock. So everyone is vested, even people who have been there a short time, and you can sell a third of your stock to Cox and then later, we can sell it for actually an even better deal—you know, depending on the valuation of the company at the time.Kaufmann 11:17 You know, Axios is a young company. And it is interesting to see the difference in philosophy and styles when a young company is bought, as opposed to an older company. And I've been on both sides of the spectrum. I was there when WGN Radio was sold to Nexstar, before that tried to be sold to Sinclair. That is a different feeling. That's a feeling of dread. And, you know, they're coming in to change formats or cut or like even work in the newspapers. That's not what this is, this is a win for Axios, they got a media company to buy the product for a pretty sizable amount of money. And they look at it as this is an indicator and also, I would think, an encouraging sign that people are interested in the future of local news.Meyerson 12:03 Between the two of you, you have by my count, more than half a century of experience in newspapers and radio. What's your take on this, this email news business? Is it a fad? Is it here for the long run? Is it the successor in any way to traditional radio and television? Or is it something that you expect is going to fade away as something else comes along?Kaufmann 12:23 Well, I will say this: I think that obviously you've been a pioneer and doing email, and you've you found your voice, and that's really what it's about. It's not that everybody can go to email and, and be like, “All right, I'm just going to transfer my product to this new format and it's gonna work.” I mean, it's the same tenets. You have to be engaging, you have to have personality, it's about the tone. Everything is the same. It's just you're using words, and I think it's very akin to maybe what we saw in the early 2000s, with the blog movement. I think that that was something that at first people were like, “What, you're gonna put your—this is in the newspaper? It's digital? What are we doing?” And you saw some that became very successful and very profitable, and some that were middle of the road and some that died off. And I think that newsletters, especially independent newsletters, are in the same ballpark. I think it's the same game. It's just evolved. And I think that advertisers are more interested in putting their money into email newsletters because it's been tried and true by now.Eng 13:26 Yeah, if you'd asked me a year ago, I would have said, “What the heck email newsletters?” I mean, actually, I'll be honest: At WBEZ they kept saying, “Would you like to write our newsletter?” And I'm like, “Are you kidding me? I'm a reporter! Stop with the insulting questions.” And now, like, I love it. And it really is meeting people where they are. People our age still open email. My daughter, she's like, “Can't you just text it to me, mom?” So maybe these will be texted in the future. But it's respecting their time. It's curating for them. And it's yeah, it's going into the box that they open every morning.Kaufmann 14:05 I think it's all about advertising. And I think that the audience has been there. Charlie, you—we did it together at 'BEZ.Meyerson 14:13 Let's be transparent. You hired me to do WBEZ's— Kaufmann 14:17 Yeah!Meyerson 14:17 Well, it wasn't even— WBEZ in 2013 was not set up to send email to readers. So I did what should have been email but was just a blog at the time.Kaufmann 14:27 Yeah, but it was a news blog. It was similar. It's similar in the way to what you do right now with Square. I mean, it was a very similar idea. But that is where this— I mean, you could see the evolution from those kinds of posts that were important—that people would go to the URL to check it out every morning to see what Charlie had to say about Chicago news. Now, they've just like podcasts, they figured out a way to take these blog posts and give them right to you in an email format. And that is that I mean, if you really think about podcasts, that's where the world changed when you were doing radio and it was appointment and I had to go to a dial. I had to actually punch the numbers in. Now they found technology that just puts it on my phone when I wake up. And that's a big difference. That's why you have … so much audience there because they're not having to do anything. It's almost like the media industry is finally figuring out, you have to go where the audience is at as opposed to trying to get them to come to you.Meyerson 15:20 A colleague in the broadcast business once talked about his organization's ability to train listeners to do certain things at certain times. That seems to be a notion that I think is going away. I don't even know when my favorite TV shows are on, they just show up on my TV when I want to watch—Kaufmann 15:34 When you're ready to watch them! Exactly! Right? I mean, I watched two or three TV shows over the weekend that were season finales from two weeks ago. And I didn't have any problem with it. I knew how to avoid the spoilers. We're not living in this collective zeitgeist anymore, where everybody's watching one episode of Lost. There's a lot going on. And I feel like that is the same with we talked about podcasts, you talking about newsletters, talking about news. And I think that what I find interesting is just the idea that Monica and I are, we get this all the time from listeners—or readers. Sorry, there you go—that say, “I get all my stuff from you.” You know that—Eng 16:11 Which is scary. Come on, guys, you shouldn't be—Kaufmann 16:13 Yeah, it is scary. You should read other stuff for sure. I mean, but I think it'd be the same with your readers, Charlie. I mean, they're coming to you, they can go get the stories from different places. But they're coming to you for that five, three to five minutes in the morning. For them to say, this is what I this is what's going on. And this is what I need to know what's going on.Meyerson 16:28 You know, “We read the news so you don't have to” is one approach to email newsletters, I think. How has the pandemic played out for you, as you create the Axios Chicago newsletter? Monica? Eng 16:40 Well, we started it like 1/3 or halfway into the pandemic. And so, I'm thrilled to be at an organization that says “We will be remote all the time.” If you're in New York, and you want to go to the New York office, or in Virginia and want to go there, that's great. But they say “Home is where your office is,” and we get a nice fat stipend every month to make our home a nicer place. And you can spend it on flowers or a dog or whatever — Meyerson 17:12 A dog? I'm impressed. Eng 17:14 I mean, anything that will make your home a nicer place to do your job. But for younger people for whom work is like the place where you're gonna meet your mate, and you can learn from older journalists, I could see how it's a problem. The world, you know, we know it all.Meyerson 17:29 You're both youngsters compared to me! Justin, how did the pandemic play out for you?Kaufmann 17:33 Well, I mean, I left—I got, you know, tossed outta WG
Welcome back to the rose bros podcast.This episode we are joined by Neil Roszell, P.Eng., CEO & Chairman of Headwater Exploration - a Canadian publicly traded energy company with a market cap of approximately $1.3 Billion.Neil is an entrepreneur, and has been a founder/executive member of numerous energy companies including Raging River Exploration Inc., Wild Stream Exploration Inc., Wild River Resources Ltd., Eagle Rock Exploration Ltd., Prairie Schooner Petroleum & Great Northern Exploration Ltd.Along with his team, Neil has created billions of dollars in shareholder value, and has been a mentor to many others working in the energy industry. Neil graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Industrial Systems Engineering, and is also a Professional Engineer(P.Eng.) designation holder. We sat down for a smooth cup of rose bros coffee, and discussed the art of selling a company, the process behind 5 successful exits, the value of avoiding debt, 50x returns & why low prices can be an opportunity. This episode is also available on YouTube, so check out the rose bros channel, and if you enjoyed the conversation, subscribe to the channel. Also, this week's podcast was brought to you by Rundle Eco Services. Looking for a way to recycle your frac pond and pit liners used in the oil and gas industry? Rundle collects and processes liners using an environmentally friendly system, leaving a clean environmental footprint. The end use of these liners are shredded and processed into pellets that then can be extruded into various forms of usable plastic products including furniture, various building materials, industrial packaging etc. Checkout rundleco.com for more details on how you can recycle your industrial pond and pit liners today. Also, this podcast is sponsored by Headcanadaracing.comLooking for high performance ski gear this winter? In partnership with 4x Olympian Manny-Osborne Paradis, Headcanadaracing.com is offering the lowest prices possible through its online storefront, by passing brick and mortar savings to customers. Check out Headcanadaracing.com for more info on high performance gear for the upcoming ski season.Enjoy!Support the show
In this episode, Bill talks with his dear friend, Podcaster, Engineer, and Entrepreneur André Brisson, about how he will go on a month-long sabbatical and why it's important to do so. They also talk about André's hobbies and passion and how he takes care of himself by taking time to do them. André also encourages everyone to take that break from work to do the things they love. André Brisson, P. Eng., is the host of The Impulsive Thinker Podcast, the podcast for the high-achieving ADHD entrepreneur. Andre owns an entrepreneurial consulting engineering company and recently started Tactical Breakthroughs, where he is developing the ADHD Transformation Journey program. Diagnosed late in life with severe ADHD and mild Asperger's (ASD), the mechanisms and systems he created to overcome his undiagnosed ADHD have helped him succeed. He credits his undiagnosed ADHD as the key to his success and a factor in restricting success. Since discovering how to turn his ADHD into a strength, people have sought him out for help with using their ADHD as a strength to drive success. André Brisson has a special ability in devouring and learning complex information and simplifying it for others to solve complex problems. Like most entrepreneurs, André has started multiple companies, two of which failed for various reasons. Learning from those failures, André now operates three very successful companies, including a self-managing entrepreneurial engineering firm specializing in niche markets that require unique training, experience, and impulsive instinct to try new things. Connect with André: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrebrisson/ Listen to his podcast: https://theimpulsivethinker.com/ Show notes: [1:47] What does it feel like for André to record his 100th podcast episode? [3:26] What inspired him to take a one-month sabbatical? [8:36] His mindset and his transformation through the years [11:43] His favorite genre [13:17] How they set up his wife's business for success during the sabbatical [16:27] What's one thing he's looking forward to the most about being away for a month? [19:29] What was it like to see the finished product of his woodworking? [21:04] Creating new things, rewarding, and taking care of yourself [32:02] André's nugget of advice [33:26] The Impulsive Thinker [35:08] Outro Connect with Bill Bloom Web: https://www.bloomfinancialco.com/ https://bloomfinancialco.kartra.com/page/bNJ87 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bloomfinancial/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/retireasyoudesirepodcast Securities and investment advisory services offered through Woodbury Financial Services, Inc. (WFS) member FINRA/SIPC. WFS. is separately owned and other entities and/or marketing names, products or services referenced here are independent of WFS. Views expressed in this podcast are for general informational purposes only and are not intended to provide or be a substitute for specific professional financial, tax or legal advice or recommendations for any individuals. Information is based on sources believed to be reliable; however, their accuracy or completeness cannot be guaranteed.
Have you ever read a business or self-help book only to forget most of the advice a few weeks later? Did you ever listen to a podcast but then have trouble remembering the story you heard or the ideas discussed? If you have, you know what it feels like for all that time to be wasted. What if there was an easy way to remember that required only two seconds a day? Well, it just so happens that there's an app that allows you to do just that. It's called Brain Bump and we have its creator joining us in this episode. Along with founding Brain Bump, Mark Herschberg is the author of The Career Toolkit: Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You. He has spent his career launching and developing new ventures in startups, Fortune 500s, and academia, with over a dozen patents to his name. Mark also helped start tMIT's “career success accelerator.” He teaches there annually. At MIT, he received a B.S. in Physics, a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and an M.Eng. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, focusing on cryptography. Tune in to learn all about how to learn better and faster from the highly experienced, educated, and overall brilliant Mark Herschberg. We'll dive deeper into these concepts: Mark's educational and career journey Why it's important to constantly reevaluate your career path Tips for launching a book How Mark's work in helping people with careers can be used for those starting an Encore Career How to build a network in your Encore Career Mark's approach to learning How the Brain Bump app helps you retain information Now, for some action steps: Check out The Career Toolkit website and app: https://www.thecareertoolkitbook.com, https://www.thecareertoolkitbook.com/app Download the Brain Bump app: https://www.cognoscomedia.com/brain-bump Connect with Mark on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hershey/ Download the free worksheet: Three Steps You Need for a More Productive Workday Take the Encore Career Clarity Quiz Connect with Me: LinkedIn Facebook Please leave a Rating and Review: Since this podcast is new, I'm asking for Apple Podcasts reviews. Reviews help others discover and learn what Creating Your Encore Career is all about. If you enjoyed this episode, we've created a PDF that has all of the key information for you from the episode. Just go to the episode page at https://www.lynnfriesth.com/podcast to download it. I thank you so much for being here and I'll see ya next time on Creating Your Encore Career. — Lynn Episode Credits If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com
We cover how psychology, neuroscience & mindfulness tools can help eng leaders overcome challenges, communicate successfully, and foster a culture of empathy! Our guest is Luther Kitahata, an Innovative Executive Leadership Coach & Interim CTO/VP of Eng – he's also described by Chip Conley as the “Obi-Wan Kenobi of Silicon Valley.” We also chat about identifying personality types, uncovering unconscious traits/patterns, shifting from the comfort zone to the growth zone, and how to be a transformative leader!ABOUT LUTHER KITAHATALuther Kitahata is an Executive Leadership Coach known for his expertise in innovation, C-Suite roles leading global organizations, and as an entrepreneur building companies from the ground up. Luther draws on his deep understanding of the patterns that drive human behavior as well as his own corporate leadership experience to provide individuals and organizations with a transformative and pragmatic approach to their most complex challenges. He is described as a "Silicon Valley Obi-Wan Kenobi" in Chip Conley's bestselling book Wisdom at Work.Luther works with high-growth companies led by senior executives who are committed to their own growth and transformation. Having been a C-level executive himself, he knows their challenges from the inside out. His methodology is designed to uncover hidden strengths and blind spots. He encourages leaders to experiment with new behaviors and actions. This results in transformations at the individual, team, and organizational levels.Luther draws on his 20+ years as a C-level operating executive, as well as entrepreneurial expertise starting 8 companies, enabling him to bring practical and actionable guidance to his clients. He has grown new teams from 0 to 100+, taken over large existing teams, and successfully handled turnaround situations. Luther also serves as a Fractional CTO or VP of Engineering to fill a recruiting gap; mentor founders growing into their leadership roles; or upgrade product development methodologies to drive agility, maturity, and scalability.“We make these patterns for ourselves all the time and particularly early in life, we learn patterns of how to navigate the world. The problem is that the modern-day world has a lot of stimulus and input that can throw us into that survival state, that fight flight freeze state very easily. So if you understand that that's what's happening, that we have all these patterns and they're mostly unconscious or barely conscious, then you start to think, ‘Well, okay… What are the patterns that are serving me and what are the patterns that aren't?'"- Luther Kitahata SHOW NOTES:Luther's journey from eng leader to executive coach (02:33)The relationship dynamics between executive coach & fractional CTO (4:58)Using Enneagram results to assess eng leader's response to challenges (6:16)Why you should be self-aware of your personality type (8:54)How to coach eng leaders to talk in ways that others will listen (10:58)Mindfulness techniques to foster a state of empathy & curiosity (12:32)What unconscious traits & patterns hold eng leaders back at work (15:42)How to recognize & address unconscious patterns (20:03)Tools to help you uncover areas where you experience resistance (21:43)Overcoming unconscious patterns by identifying your tendencies (22:49)Shift from the comfort zone to the growth zone (25:28)How to transition away from the high-stress zone (27:38)Transformative leadership starts with self-awareness & a growth mindset (30:10)Rapid fire questions (33:56)Luther's method for tackling to-do lists with tools like Trello (35:51)Rapid fire questions continued (38:38)
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There are many ways to earn passive income, so why limit yourself to just one asset class when you can diversify your income streams? In this episode, Eng Taing, Founder and CEO of Touzi Capital, shares insights on the different asset classes in the Touzi portfolio and how they are able to effectively and profitably serve their investors. Eng also goes in-depth into the Bitcoin mining process and the role it plays in energy generation and consumption. So tune in and learn how you can diversify your portfolio, earn passive income, and have cash flowing from multiple income streams!
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Networking, negotiating, communicating, leading, and career planning are critical skills to your career success. But did anyone ever teach you these skills? Join this conversation with Mark Herschberg as we discuss how you can master these vital skills and yield outsized returns for your career and income.Mark Herschberg is the author of The Career Toolkit, Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You, and the creator of the Brain Bump app. From tracking criminals and terrorists on the dark web to creating marketplaces and new authentication systems, Mark has spent his career launching and developing new ventures at startups and Fortune 500s and in academia, with over a dozen patents to his name. He helped to start the Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program, dubbed MIT's “career success accelerator,” where he teaches annually. At MIT, he received a B.S. in physics, a B.S. in electrical engineering & computer science, and an M.Eng. in electrical engineering & computer science, focusing on cryptography. Mark helped create a platform at Harvard Business School to teach finance at prominent business schools. He also works with many non-profits, currently serving on the Plant A Million Corals board. He was one of the top-ranked ballroom dancers in the country and now lives in New York City, where he is known for his social gatherings, including his annual Halloween party, as well as his diverse cufflink collection.During this episode, you will learn about:[00:00] Episode intro and a quick bio of the guest; Mark Hershberg[02:28] A bit about Mark's backstory and how he became who he is today[07:06] How to assess what you need to soar even higher in your medicine career[12:48] Deciding the direction to take in your medical specialty[16:20] Using 90% of your day to know how the kind of your job[18:54] The difference in impact between writing a book and speaking to a crowd[19:53] Intended reader of his book and the principles he shares[23:24] The ineffective skills training which only focuses on what you can remember[27:04] Important skills that you will learn through practice and trial & error[34:05] The skills are universal and applicable anywhere[37:24] Things he wishes to have spent a lot of resources in the earlier stages of his journey[41:01] How you can reach out and connect with MarkNotable Quotes Understanding your customer's limiting factors and needs can help you align your offer with what you are looking for. [06:34]Understanding what you want and find interesting can help you plan where you want to go. [10:44]Don't look at job titles. Look at the work components and then construct the job that sounds interesting to you. [15:56]Mark's BookThe Career Toolkit: Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You by Mark A. Herschberg: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08QD93HRT/Connect With Mark HershbergWebsite: https://www.thecareertoolkitbook.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/hersheyTwitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/markaherschbergFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkAHerschberg/
In “Brisket Pho, a Viet Tex Story,” Gravy producer Jess Eng explores the emergence of Viet Tex, a cuisine created in recent years by contemporary Vietnamese-Texan chefs. These chefs grew up steeped in multicultural dining, eating Central Texas barbecue alongside family recipes. Now, in their own businesses, they marry smoked meats and barbecue spices with the flavorful broths and bright herbs that characterize Vietnamese dishes. Houston is ground zero for Viet Tex, and with good reason. Houston is the most diverse city in America and, by extension, one of the country's most vibrant food cities. 140,000 Vietnamese residents call Houston home, the largest community outside Vietnam and southern California. Vietnamese cajun crawfish restaurants, coffee roasters, and banh mi shops draw steady crowds. And just around the corner from the Vietnamese restaurants are Houston's historic barbecue joints. Many Vietnamese refugees sought homes in the United States after the Fall of Saigon in April 1975 and brought over their relatives. Gulf regions were particularly attractive because of their humid semi-tropical environment and thriving fishing, boating, and engineering industries, which felt like home to the Vietnamese. California, Louisiana, and Texas all fit the bill. Historically, Texas had welcomed more refugees than any other state. Many Vietnamese families took note of its growing Vietnamese diaspora, which saw another increase after Hurricane Katrina. This diaspora created dire circumstances within which Vietnamese Americans have created distinct regional cuisines. In 1981, Vietnamese shrimpers on the Texas Gulf Coast faced an angry mob of Klansmen who came at the invitation of jealous white fishermen. The Southern Poverty Law Center brought suit against the KKK, and seafood became a symbol of resilience for Vietnamese Americans. It's a pattern of adaptation and evolution that Vietnamese immigrants have long used to survive. For Gravy, Eng speaks to Don Nguyen, the Houston-based pitmaster and owner of Khoi Barbecue, whose brisket pho has made him a force in the barbecue world. Houston-born writer Dan Q. Dao explains why the term “fusion” undervalues the collision of organic cultures and cuisines, and how hybrid cuisines can keep ingredients alive. Andrew Ho, co-owner of San Antonio's Curry Boys BBQ, tells of his journey to making brisket burnt ends submerged in flavorful white curry. Thanks to contemporary Vietnamese chefs, Eng argues, Viet Tex is shaping the growing canon of Southern and American food. Acknowledgments: The primary producer for this episode is Jess Eng, with co-production credits going to Courtney DeLong. Thanks goes to Don Nguyen, Andrew Ho, Sean Wen, Andrea Nguyen, Dan Q. Dao, Dennis Ngo, Johnny Huyhn, and Teresa Trinh of the Vietnamese Culture and Science Organization.
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Did you know the FE exam can help you become a licensed engineer outside the US? Today's guest is Andrew Jackson, a Canadian geoscientist and part owner of a geotech firm who passed the FE after taking The Ultimate Civil FE Review Course. Why? The FE allows him to get his P.Eng. license! Tune in to Learn: Andrew's story getting into civil engineering without a civil engineering degree How to get your P.Eng license in Canada with America's FE and PE exams One strategy he used to get up to speed after years out of school How Andrew tackled civil engineering subjects he knew nothing about without a degree How much of the exam specs should you really know? Hint: it's not what you think What Andrew wishes he'd known about the CBT exam before going into it What to do when preparing for the FE that can save you a lot of time during the exam How many alternative-item type and theory questions you can expect on the FE What you should do in the week prior to your exam Our Partner: Built Bar - https://civilengineeringacademy.com/built CEA Resources: Website - https://civilengineeringacademy.com The Ultimate Civil FE Review Course - https://civilfereviewcourse.com The Ultimate Civil PE Review Course - https://civilpereviewcourse.com FE and PE Practice Exams - https://civilengineeringacademy.com/exams Free Facebook Community - https://ceacommunity.com YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPeFLBZ2gk0uO5M9uE2zj0Q Newsletter - https://civilengineeringacademy.com/newsletter Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theceacademy Twitter - https://twitter.com/civilengacad Reach out to Isaac - email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/civilengineeringacademy/message
This week on Papa PhD, I'm bringing you a great conversaton from Season 2 of the show. In it, Mark Herschberg shares an incredible amount of insights and advice on how to take control of your career as a PhD, be it in academia our outside of it, so be sure to have pen and paper before hitting play! What you'll learn about in this episode: Mark's academic journey The motivation behind his book - The Career Toolkit Why time spent developing career skills is well invested You shouldn't take your career decisions in a vacuum - start talking to people about their careers now How to network as an introvert The cultural differences between academia and industry Why you should negotiate compensation, not only salary How building and updating a career plan can help you How to find your place in an organization where you're the first PhD The importance of building your personal brand in today's market Mark Herschberg is the author of The Career Toolkit, Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You. From tracking criminals and terrorists on the dark web to creating marketplaces and new authentication systems, Mark has spent his career launching and developing new ventures at startups and Fortune 500s and in academia. He helped to start the Undergraduate Practice Opportunities Program, dubbed MIT's “career success accelerator,” where he teaches annually. At MIT, he received a B.S. in physics, a B.S. in electrical engineering & computer science, and a M.Eng. in electrical engineering & computer science, focusing on cryptography. At Harvard Business School, Mark helped create a platform used to teach finance at prominent business schools. He also works with many non-profits, including Techie Youth and Plant A Million Corals. He was one of the top-ranked ballroom dancers in the country and now lives in New York City. You can learn where to purchase "The Career Toolkit: Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You" at: www.TheCareerToolkitBook.com Thank you, Mark Herschberg! If you enjoyed this interview with Mark, let him know by clicking the link below and leaving him a message on Twitter: Click here to thank Mark Herschberg on Twitter! Click here to share your key take-away from this interview with David! Support the show on Patreon ! Or buy me a coffee :) Get the Papa PhD Career Search Tool kit ! Mark's pearls of wisdom: “Negotiations are a skill that you should learn. So imagine the following scenario: You get a job outside of academia, you take your first industry job. Maybe you're 30 years old. Let's say they offer you 80,000 dollars and you negotiate to 81,000. Not a massive lift, right? We can all imagine doing that. If you do nothing else, you just sit in that job the rest of your career, you spend another 35 years working at this one job – you just made 35,000 dollars. One negotiation, tiny lift – 35,000 dollars. Now, imagine that you don't just sit in one job, right? You, of course, takes other jobs. You get promotions, you negotiate those. Again, you negotiate for maybe just a few thousand more. These aren't heavy lifts, you're not some world class negotiator – you're just doing a little better. You can literally add tens of thousands, even hundreds of thousands of dollars to your lifetime income.” “I am naturally an introvert. Here's the thing – you think about that stereotype of a networker who does go to the conference and schmoozes everyone and gives out cards. Yeah, that's not networking. It's one way to do it, but that's not the only way. If you've ever had a friend, you know how to network. It is just building a relationship. Now, it doesn't mean everyone in your network is your personal fiend, right? There's some people who are my friends and they're in my network, there's some people we're just business contacts. We don't hang out on weekends, but we can call each other, reach out, and we have a relationship. So don't think about "I have to go to a room and I have to ...
Actor and playwright Hannah Kumari has been performing her own one woman play 'Eng-ger-land' at football clubs around Britain. The play was written in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests and is inspired by Hannah's own experiences of going to football matches as a mixed-race teenager in the 90s.ENG-ER-LAND blends 90s nostalgia with themes of racism, identity politics, lad culture and the idea of Englishness; what does it mean to be English and who gets to define that? Her story gives a view rarely heard within the sports business conversation and gives much needed context to debates about fandom, athlete activism and the relationship between women and football.If you enjoy the podcasts, make sure you're signed up to the Unofficial Partner newsletter that goes out every Thursday where you'll also find details of our upcoming live event, in the evening of 21st September, in partnership with Arsenal Football Club, at the Emirates Stadium in London. You can buy tickets for that event here.And if that's not enough...Leaders Week London returns this September - mark your diaries. Slightly earlier date than you may be used to, this year it will be from 26 to 29 September 2022, just 6 weeks away. For those who don't know, Leaders Week London is so much more than just your average conference - it's a 4-day festival of industry insight, connection building and relationship nurturing. The Summit, part of Leaders Week, will be held at Twickenham Stadium on 28th and 29th September. Use UP15 for a 15% discount on your Summit passes. Visit leadersinsport.com/UP for more information.
In this episode, Patrick's guest is George Trachilis, P.Eng. Patrick and George discuss the Harada Method and how it can benefit individuals and organizations. About the Guest: George Trachilis lives in Canada and consults remotely and throughout the world. He started his career at Motor Coach Industries in 1994 where he received Lean coaching in Just-in-Time manufacturing, and Total Quality Management. Having lead change for over 10 years, he decided to start his own consulting firm in 2003. It grew to become one of Canada's Fastest Growth Companies by 2006. The government of Canada asked George to create an online course to teach Lean. This course educated over 300 companies. It also became a book OEM Principles of Lean Thinking. By 2011, the course was offered globally and educated 100,000 students from 60 different countries. In 2012, relationships were forged with some of the most recognized names in Lean including Dr. Jeffrey K. Liker, best-selling author of the Toyota Way, and Norman Bodek, known as the Godfather of Lean. He was encouraged by both Jeff and Norm to adopt a much deeper understanding of Lean which stretches back to Japan and the origins of Toyota. George decided to video document his many webinars, two (2) Japan Study Missions, live Harada Method workshops, and many other teachings on the topics. George is now one of the most knowledgeable people on the topic of Lean and more importantly, a practitioner. George's standard coaching is based on the key books and online courses which he has published. One book and online course, Developing Lean Leaders at All Levels, received the Shingo Research Award in 2016. The second is on self-reliance, Norman Bodek's Harada Method. He has, as of this year, published as an online course and book, Lean Construction Leaders: A Trade Partner's Guide to Lean. What You'll Learn: Harada Method background and how George discovered it. How Shohei Ohtani, the best baseball player in the world, used the Harada Method. George's lessons that will stay with him for the rest of his life. How someone can learn the Harada Method for free. What is next for the Harada Method? What is the vision? https://georgetrachilis.com https://theharadamethod.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/leansolutions/support
Questions from the Instagram ~ 1. Famous Blue Raincoat (11 May 2009 - London, ENG) 2. Secret Spell (9 June 2015 - Helsinki, FIN) 3. Cars & Guitars (7 June 2005 - Glasgow, SCO) 4. Beauty Queen / Horses (11 October 2001 - New York City, NY) 5. Beauty of Speed (24 November 2017 - Seattle, WA) 6. Way Down / Suede (4 October 2011 - Luxembourg) 7. Spark (31 October 2011 - Essen, GER) 8. Star Whisperer (16 December 2011 - Oakland, CA) 9. Fearlessness (29 November 2011 - Atlanta, GA) 10. Gold Dust (21 December 2002 - San Francisco, CA) 11. China (13 August 2005 - Cary, NC) 12. Cornflake Girl (1 April 1994 - Atlanta, GA) 13. Bells For Her (10 November 1996 - Boulder, CO) 14. Lovesong (20 September 1996 - Rockford, IL) 15. Professional Widow / Blood Roses (13 May 1996 - New York City, NY) 16. Losing My Religion (13 December 1996 - Los Angeles, CA)
André Brisson, P. Eng., is the host of The Impulsive Thinker Podcast, the podcast for the high-achieving ADHD entrepreneur. Andre owns an entrepreneurial consulting engineering company and recently started Tactical Breakthroughs where he is developing the ADHDTransformation Journey program. Diagnosed late in life with severe ADHD and mild Asperger's(ASD), the mechanisms and systems he created to overcome his undiagnosed ADHD havehelped him succeed. He credits his undiagnosed ADHD as key to his success and a factor in restricting success. Since discovering how to turn his ADHD into a strength, people havesought him out for help with using their ADHD as a strength to drive success. André Brisson has a special ability is devouring and learning complex information and simplifying for others to solve complex problems. Like most entrepreneurs, André has started multiple companies, the two of which failed for various reasons. Learning from those failures, André now operates three very successful companies, including a self-managing entrepreneurial engineering firm specializing in niche markets that require unique training, experience, and impulsive instinct to try new things. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Andre discuss: 00:45 - Thank you so much for listening and for subscribing! 00:48 - Welcome Andre Brisson! 02:40 - What is your success key for imparting complex information to the neurotypical? Ref: Ringette 04:15 - Simplifying the complex 05:06 - On the differences between informing and teaching 05:30 - When did you get diagnosed and what brought all that about? 06:02 - On inventing a “character” for yourself to be perceived as “not abnormal”. 07:00 - On then importance of being unique 07:45 - You said you were beginning to scare your kids- can you go into details on that? Ref: emotional dysregulation 09:55 - Have you ever bought anything strictly on impulse? Tell us in the comments! ;-) 11:00 - Parenting with ADHD/mild Asperger's prior to a diagnosis 12:20 - So when you got diagnosed, what was the treatment plan? Ref: DBT, CBT Executive Function What is Time Blindness? 13:36 - On learning your strengths and maintaining, managing and delegating what's not best for you. Aka Peter's “life rules” 15:15 - A bit more on delegating and staying in the lane, on the road. 16:38 - How can people find more about you? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org André Brisson Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andre.brisson.1447/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrebrisson/ Twitter: @fatrol Website: www.andreb.ca Objective Engineering Inc. Website: www.objectiveeng.ca Tactical Breakthroughs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TacticalBTs LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tactical-