Entrepreneur Mindset-Reset with Tracy Cherpeski
Welcome to Episode 98. Tracy is sharing about the myth of work-life balance, and how you can start to look at it differently, starting with your mindset around what “balance” means. Learn the difference between work-life balance and work-life integration, and hear how Tracy teaches her clients to embrace the metaphor of harmony rather than balance or equilibrium. Think about your favorite soothing music. It's got beautiful harmonies and it works. If one of the instruments or singers is out of tune, it creates a kind of friction that's hard to listen to, especially if it lasts through the whole song or an entire symphony. The same is true in life. Tracy walks you through the five steps of the cycle of work-life balance, and references a study by Harvard Business Review. The five steps of the cycle of work-life balance (harmony): Pause and denormalize Pay attention to your emotions Reprioritize Consider your alternatives Implement changes Tracy shares client stories and the methods she teaches clients to create their own framework and system to create work-life harmony on their terms. Schedule Your Free Practice Assessment Strategy Learn More About Our Programs Resources & References: The myth of ‘work-life balance' is a generational illusion (Fortune) Work-Life Balance Is a Cycle, Not an Achievement (Harvard Business Review) Importance of a Work-Life Balance Work-life balance – Managing the interface between family and working life Work-Life Balance (Mental Health America) Work-Life Integration vs. Work-Life Balance (US Chamber of Commerce) Bio: Tracy Cherpeski is the President and CEO of Tracy Cherpeski International, a coaching and consulting firm that helps healthcare practice owners and their teams grow their practices while protecting their most precious assets: their time and energy. Schedule Your Free Practice Assessment Strategy Learn More About Our Programs Connect With Us: Schedule Strategy Session with Tracy Tracy's LinkedIn Business Page LinkedIn
The Great American Pop Culture Quiz Show
In a special crossover episode, we rope Dan McCoy of The Flop House, his brother John McCoy of Sophomore Lit and their brother Rob McCoy for questions about the sort of things you would read in high school. We start off by finding out what the kids are getting at the Scholastic Book Fair, then blink in amazement at sequels to classic books that probably shouldn't have them. It all leads to the lightning round, where our players go outside their comfort zones and finally establish trivia dominance over their brothers! NOTES ⚠️ Inline notes below may be truncated due to podcast feed character limits. Full notes are always on the episode page.
Dave Eggers joins us to discuss his new book “The Eyes and The Impossible.” The book, out tomorrow, tells the story of a dog named Johannes. He lives in an urban park by the sea, and every day, he runs through the park, seeing all, missing nothing, and reporting what he sees to the park's three ancient Bison, the Keepers of the Equilibrium. But the Equilibrium has been disrupted.
Mike Matthews discusses the interesting news from the beginning of this week and delves into the world that writers are currently inhabiting. Join Mike as he podcasts live from Café Anyway with Chely Shoehart, Floyd the Floorman, and John Deer the Engineer. Next show it's Benita, the Disgruntled Fiddle Player, and the Brewmaster.
Mike Matthews discusses the interesting news from the beginning of this week and delves into the world that writers are currently inhabiting. Join Mike as he podcasts live from Café Anyway with Chely Shoehart, Floyd the Floorman, and John Deer the Engineer. Next show it's Benita, the Disgruntled Fiddle Player, and the Brewmaster.
Reaction Shots: The Easy Allies Movie Podcast
This month Isla and Huber discuss John Wick, John Woo, Equilibrium, The Raid, and the rest! As well as Yellowjackets, Perry Mason, and Top Gun Maverick Support us through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EasyAllies Merch: https://store.roosterteeth.com/collections/easy-allies One-time donations: https://streamlabs.com/easyallies/tip Schedule: http://easyallies.com/ Live streams - https://www.twitch.tv/easyallies Stream archives - https://www.youtube.com/easyalliesplays https://twitter.com/easyallies https://www.instagram.com/easyallies https://www.tiktok.com/@easyallies #EasyAllies #Gaming
Equinox is a time to get ready for action. Tap into balance & equilibrium, then act within the planet's creative collective. Like the construction of a web, the more aware the lives are that join forces to serve, the more this collective's woven energy prospers and succeeds. When gathered together into a fabric of spacetime: it's maagic within logic; it's water within the air, and it's the light within the darkness; it's natural. In critical times such as now, solutions are contained within the chaos. Earth-keepers start showing up to become the balance to the chaotic imbalance. Equilibrium is restored to match the Universal equilibrium permeating everything. This is the time of Equinox. ** Join The 13 Moons Community with Guru Singh and practice the new 28-Day Meditation Journey alongside heart-led members like yourself. - JOIN NOW - Connect with Guru Singh: Website I http://www.gurusingh.com Instagram I https://www.instagram.com/gurusinghyogi Facebook I https://www.facebook.com/gurusinghyogi Youtube I https://www.youtube.com/c/GuruSinghCommunity Check out 'Buried Treasures' written by Guru Singh I https://www.gurusingh.com/shop Subscribe to Messages From The Omniverse: Spotify I https://open.spotify.com/show/0Rdv5gv4xkEDwG9AJjkWHf Stitcher I https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=695247 Apple Podcast I https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/messages-from-the-omniverse/id1616724716 Anchor I https://anchor.fm/gurusingh Love You. Bless You. Sat Nam Guru Singh
On this episode of Running Times, Gagz welcomes Valentina Viana and Aaron Nixon into the studio for a spirited discussion centered around the word "Equilibrium," or the idea of using movement to stay balanced. Equilibrium is also the title of a new mural prominently featuring Valentina & Aaron - two cherished members of Philly's vibrant running community. Valentina emigrated from Valencia, Venezuela, at age 23, due to overwhelming social and political issues. She left behind her family and friends to pursue the American dream. Valentina is 30 now and has made Philly her home for the last 5 years. Aaron is an ambassador and tech rep for On Running, who discovered his equilibrium by having the courage to accept and welcome his queer identity. Aaron became an inspiration for others when he learned to be who he is and realized that his story, a gay black man living in America today, is just as important as anyone else's story. Equilibrium was painted by prolific Philly muralist Erik Okdeh, curated by Mural Miles, and is located at 907 S. 7th Street in South Philly. To learn more about: Valentina please visit: @valvianac Aaron please visit: @aaronleon111 Erik Okdeh visit: @okdehmurals Mural Miles visit: @muralmiles Running Times with Gagz is proudly sponsored by www.philadelphiarunner.com
April 23, 2023, | Pastor Nathan Elms To help support this ministry, donate by texting the number: 704-445-5353, or online using the "Tithely" App, & give to "First Church Charlotte", or by going to "give" at the website: https://firstchurchclt.com/ Breakthrough on Mondays at 7pm: https://meet.google.com/ppj-surc-zvt Stay Connected Women's Bible Study on Tuesdays at 7pm: https://meet.google.com/zss-cuin-buw Connect on Wednesdays at 7pm: https://meet.google.com/cds-mmwh-tzk?pli=1 House to house On Thursdays at 7pm: https://meet.google.com/vnq-txun-ozr To watch the video of the Sunday service including the live music: https://www.youtube.com/live/cucYNagOOYk?feature=share If you are in the Charlotte, NC area, allow us to host you at: 4929 N Sharon Amity Rd. Charlotte, NC 28205 (704) 535-1000
It's all about understanding the formulas. Today, Alex (@AlexHormozi) talks about the importance of understanding the two fundamental equations of business to make informed decisions. He also emphasizes the need to know the number of new sales per month and lifetime gross profit per customer.Welcome to The Game Podcast where we talk about how to get more customers, make more profit per customer, and keep them longer, and the many failures and lessons we have learned along the way to $100M in sales. We've got roll-up-your-sleeves kind of hustle with a little bit of cleverness and a lot of heart. Timestamps:(1:22) - Fundamental equation: number of new sales or sales velocity(2:55) - How to calculate lifetime gross profit per customer(7:30) - Equilibrium point is where we level out(9:25) - Cost to acquire a customer(10:27) - 3:1 LTV to cap ratio or greater is necessary for growthFollow Alex Hormozi's Socials:LinkedIn | Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Twitter | Acquisition
Hustle And Flowchart - Tactical Marketing Podcast
In this episode, Joe chats with James Schramko, who shares his inspiring journey from the sales world to the wild west of the online market space. Embracing change is not optional, but a necessity to thrive in this space. James highlights the importance of mastering change by acknowledging its power and potential. Finding balance between stability and flexibility is critical in a rapidly changing world, and it's essential to eliminate unproductive offerings and focus on high-performing elements to maximize your business potential. James also reveals his powerful data-driven process for successfully rebranding a decade-old business with confidence and clarity, as well as how he was able to increase his prices while retaining nearly all of his subscribers. James stresses the importance of returning to your true path when you find yourself lost on the wrong road. He believes in living life to the fullest while you still can and prioritizing your health metrics to thrive as an entrepreneur. Along with this, Joe shares his own story of finding his way back to his true passions. Listeners are encouraged to seize the day and prioritize their health and well-being to thrive as entrepreneurs. Remember, change isn't just a choice, it's a necessary part of growth and progress. Embrace it, master it, and watch your life and business flourish. Some topics discussed in this episode: James's Journey: From the sales world to the wild west of the online market space. Embracing Change: If you want to thrive in the online space, change is not an option, it's a necessity. Mastering Change: The first step to mastering change is to acknowledge its power and potential. Equilibrium in Motion: Discover the importance of finding balance between stability and flexibility in a rapidly changing world. More Value, More Worth: Learn how James was able to increase his prices while retaining nearly all of his subscribers. Data-Driven Mastery: Uncover James's powerful process for successfully rebranding a decade-old business with confidence and clarity. Maximizing Your Business Potential: Eliminate unproductive offerings and focus on high performing elements. Joe's Story: Joe's journey from losing connection with his audience to finding his way back to his true passions. Return to Your True Path: If you find yourself lost on the wrong road, remember that it's never too late to go back to where you felt most alive. Carpe Diem: Live your life to the fullest while you still can. Two Phases to Thrive: Your success as an entrepreneur is not just about business metrics, it's also health metrics. How to contact James: James Schramko Website Instagram Linkedin References & links mentioned: Studio1Design Exclusive Offer - Get 4x free social media banner designs! Die With Zero Book Alan Watkins - Part 1 Alan Watkins - Part 2 Tune in to the previous episode we did with James Shramko. Thanks for tuning into this episode of the Hustle & Flowchart Podcast! If the information in these conversations and interviews have helped you in your business journey, please head over to iTunes (or wherever you listen), subscribe to the show, and leave me an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help me continue to deliver great, helpful content, but it will also help me reach even more amazing entrepreneurs just like you!
Three perfect storms in recent years – the health storm produced by the COVID-19 pandemic; the economic storm that resulted from its disruptions; and the social storm that followed the murder of George Floyd which sparked fresh outrage at longstanding inequities – have sharpened and added important nuances of what health care really means. The goal of health care has always been to reduce suffering, but we must now prioritize transformation in leadership now more than ever. Building trust, eliminating inequities, and ensuring high reliability are of the highest magnitude of importance as we blaze a new path forward. This week, on the Race to Value, we are joined by Thomas H. Lee, M.D., the author of the new book “Healthcare's Path Forward” to discuss how the healthcare industry is being transformed by deeper knowledge of what suffering means for patients, their families, and healthcare providers themselves. Since healthcare is not working for anyone, Dr. Lee provides wisdom and insights of optimism for where true change can happen in creating new standards for excellence. In addition to being a bestselling author and expert on healthcare transformation, Dr. Lee is the Chief Medical Officer of Press Ganey. He brings more than three decades of experience in healthcare performance improvement as a practicing physician, leader in provider organizations, researcher, and health policy expert. He's responsible for developing clinical and operational strategies to help providers across the nation measure and improve the patient experience, with an overarching goal of reducing the suffering of patients as they undergo care and improve the value of their care. Episode Bookmarks: 01:30 Introduction to Thomas H. Lee. M.D. and his new book “Healthcare's Path Forward” 03:00 Support Race to Value by subscribing to our weekly newsletter and leaving a review/rating on Apple Podcasts. 04:00 The six elements of organizational culture that lead to transformation – Excellence, Trust, Respect, Inclusion, Resilience, Reliability 05:00 John Nash (“A Beautiful Mind”) and Non-Cooperative Game Theory 06:00 Optimism for healthcare because how bad things really are! 07:00 Nash Equilibrium states are commonplace in healthcare – it creates inertia and stifles change. 08:30 “Equilibrium states break down when the pain of the status quo exceeds the fear of the unknown for multiple parties.” 09:00 “Healthcare is not working for anyone. That is where real change can happen and what makes me optimistic.” 09:45 The destabilizing trends of supply chain disruption, social unrest, political divisiveness, consumerism, demographic shifts, workforce drain, and environmental disasters. 11:30 Responding to social justice, climate change, and the need to redesign healthcare – is it too much for us to tackle all at once? 12:00 “Changing the way healthcare is paid for – in absence of other reforms – is grossly inefficient. There are many other things that have to happen.” 12:30 Michael Porter's Value Chain and the importance of clarity and differentiation in the creation of value. 13:30 “Payment reform is just one activity of healthcare reform. We also need trust in the workforce and with patients, an understanding of what safety means, and a response to consumerism.” 15:00 In times of turmoil, healthcare organizations need more than a performance culture; they need a learning culture. 16:30 The most important part of transformational leadership is division of responsibilities and areas of key focus to enact organizational change. 17:30 No one can do everything! If leaders focus on only three things, they will be successful in strategy execution. 18:30 3 Functions of Governing Boards and Executives: Articulate the Core Values, Develop Strategy, Understand the Value Chain 18:45 “An organization is the lengthened shadow of its leaders.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson 20:30 3 Functions of Managers: Create Social Capital,
Today I'm joined by legendary character actor William Fichtner. I had him on the show to discuss his latest film 88. Having appeared in a wide range of films along with television and theater roles over the course of his career, William Fichtner continues to carve out a distinctive reputation as one of our most versatile and talented actors, whether in comedy or drama, action or character study. He is one of Hollywood's most distinct and familiar faces. Fichtner can next be seen in the Robert Rodriguez feature film Hypnotic alongside Ben Affleck and Alice Braga, and in 88 directed by Thomas Ikimi. Other recent films include The Birthday Cake, co-starring Ewan McGregor and Val Kilmer; The Space Between, opposite Kelsey Grammer and directed by Rachel Winter; Jack & Josie directed by Sarah Lancaster; Armed, written and directed by Mario Van Peebles; Finding Steve McQueen with Forest Whitaker, and opposite Jeffery Wright in the indie feature O.G. directed by Madeleine Sackler that premiered on HBO. Fichtner also starred alongside Jon Voight in the indie feature American Wrestler: The Wizard; Krystal directed by William H. Macy, and produced and starred in the indie feature The Neighbor. Pivoting to the other side of the camera, Fichtner directed, produced, co-wrote, and starred in his feature film Cold Brook shot mostly in his hometown of Buffalo, New York. Segueing between television and feature films, Fichtner led an ensemble cast in the original first 2 seasons of the international crime series Crossing Lines. He recurred on HBO's Entourage from 2009-2011 and played ‘FBI Agent Alexander Mahone' for three seasons on Fox's hit drama series, Prison Break. William recently played Adam on CBS's hit show Mom opposite Allison Janney, from creator Chuck Lorre. William can now be seen in the Peacock limited series Joe vs Carol where he stars alongside Kate McKinnon and John Cameron Mitchell. Other feature films include 12 Strong for producer Jerry Bruckheimer; Independence Day:Resurgence directed by Roland Emmerich; Paramount's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; director Gore Verbinski's The Lone Ranger and Neil Blomkamp's Elysium. He also co-starred in writer-director Paul Haggis' Academy Award-winning Crash. For his performance in that film, he shared a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Ensemble Cast in a Feature Film. Other film credits include Drive Angry for director Patrick Lussier; Shawn Levy's Date Night; Blades of Glory with Will Ferrell; Chris Nolan's The Dark Knight; the remake of The Longest Yard; the comedy The Amateurs with Jeff Bridges; Rodrigo Garcia's Nine Lives; Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down; What's The Worst That Could Happen; Wolfgang Peterson's The Perfect Storm; Drowning Mona; Ultraviolet and Equilibrium, both for writer-director Kurt Wimmer; Armageddon directed by Michael Bay; Michael Mann's Heat; Robert Zemeckis' Contact; Doug Liman's Go; Strange Days directed by Katherine Bigelow; Passion of Mind; Steven Soderbergh's The Underneath; Agnieszka Holland's Julie Walking Home and The Settlement with John C. Reilly, among many others. As a member of the Circle Repertory Theatre, Fichtner won critical acclaim for his role in The Fiery Furnace, directed by Norman Rene. Other stage credits include Raft of the Medusa at the Minetta Lane Theatre, The Years at the Manhattan Theatre Club, Clothes for a Summer Hotel at the Williamstown Theatre festival and Machinal at The Public Theatre. 88 is currently available on VOD. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/followingfilms/support
Wachowski season concludes with a forensic, scientific review and rating of V for Vendetta. Join us as we discuss poorly thought out dystopias, Sam's past conflicts with Anonymous and a domino world record attempt. And then we rerank Equilibrium, too! Next week, we escape the Wachowskis and watch cult 'classic' The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension See the new list Play along at home! Get in touch! Visit the Website! Watch us on Youtube! See the old list! Download the soundtrack! Buy our Merch! And we're on Instagram and Facebook too!
The Counter Culture Mom Show with Tina Griffin Podcast
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United StatesCheck out Amanda's book, Untethered: Learn the Art of Exchanging Fear for Soulful, Lasting PeaceMental health issues are chronic - there's a big difference between curing and healingWhen you put together a treatment plan on the road to recovery, don't forget to prioritize simple self-care
Carlin and Rebecca retry a hoppy beer from a brewery they haven't enjoyed much in the past and taste a sour from one that's a go to for sours for them.
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The National Security Hour with Edward Haugland – What critical theory best explains the ongoing Cognitive War we are in – that is occurring both domestically and globally? Why is DIME - the Diplomacy, Information, Military, and Economics (or DIME) model dead, and why is it no longer relevant in the ongoing Cognitive War?
PUBLIC VERSION. Writer and Director Kurt Wimmer (EQUILIBRIUM, SALT, POINT BREAK 2015, TOTAL RECALL 2012, LAW ABIDING CITIZEN) joins Adam, Joe, and Arwen in the ArieScope Studio to discuss his long career and the making of his latest feature CHILDREN OF THE CORN (2023). From leaving medical school to pursue screenwriting instead… to why he has learned to love test screenings… to why he no longer gets discouraged or feels threatened by studio executives' notes on his scripts… to his philosophy that “the audience is incapable of lying to you”… to his mindset in tackling the re-telling of such beloved properties as POINT BLANK and CHILDREN OF THE CORN (now in theaters and available digitally)… to how he really felt being the only director shooting a movie during the early heights of the COVID-19 pandemic… to working with child actors and the secret weapon that he discovered within his own cast… to the incredible story of how he got the gig writing the adaptation of Michael Crichton's SPHERE even though he was still an unproven voice in comparison to the dozens of seasoned industry screenwriters who were actively pursuing the job… to how he choreographed the groundbreaking “gunkata” used in EQUILIBRIUM… and why he thinks the long awaited big screen adaptation of METAL GEAR SOLID (that he was attached to at one point) has taken so long to come to fruition… Kurt's humble candor in discussing his truly stunning career will have you wanting to go back and revisit his entire filmography immediately! Also, Kurt and Adam become best friends over their love for rabbits and Joe completely changes his mind about scotch eggs.
This week Steve tricks Brian and Meg into watching a real stinkeroo. From the writer director of Equilibrium comes his original adaptation of Stephen King's Children of the Corn. Kurt Wimmer's version filmed in 2020, but sat on the shelf like so much canned corn. Now it's on Shudder and we all have to suffer. Prostrate yourself at the altar of He Who Cannot Write Dialogue, and tune in. And we announce our April Showdown movies ... with a very unique wrinkle. Find Us Online- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/halloweenisforever/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HallowForever Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.com/@halloweenisforeverpod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HalloweenIsForeverPod E-Mail: Halloweenisforeverpod@gmail.com
This is an episode for those who want to hear an alternative view of the world's largest country. McKinsey has said we are living in the “Indian Century”. Morgan Stanley believes 20 percent of global growth in the next decade will come from India. Our guest today, Princeton economist Ashoka Mody, has a different view, which he details in his new book: “India Is Broken”. He argues that there are two Indias, a successful, highly skilled and educated elite and a billion-plus population that remains very poor. Mody believes that this dangerous equilibrium is maintained by a close link between the government, big business and, in some cases, organized crime. This association produces projects that attract capital and headlines but leaves an employment deficit of over 100 million jobs.----------EXCEPTIONAL RESOURCE: Find Out How to Build a Safer & Better Performing Portfolio using this FREE NEW Portfolio Builder Tool----Follow Niels on Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube or via the TTU website.IT's TRUE ? – most CIO's read 50+ books each year – get your FREE copy of the Ultimate Guide to the Best Investment Books ever written here.And you can get a free copy of my latest book “The Many Flavors of Trend Following” here.Learn more about the Trend Barometer here.Send your questions to email@example.comAnd please share this episode with a like-minded friend and leave an honest Rating & Review on iTunes or Spotify so more people can discover the podcast.Follow Kevin on SubStack.Follow Ashoka on Twitter & read his book.Episode TimeStamps: 04:14 - Introduction to Ashoka Mody 10:19 - The development path of East Asia 14:41 - The path that India did not take 19:32 - The path they did take 23:37 - Different versions of India 30:37 - What is Hindutva? 34:09 - The Guljurat model of development 39:34 - A corrupted government 46:17 - Finding the accurate data...
Eternal Ethics - With Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe
Humans are not monolithic. Each one of us is unique and have a unique take on every life situation. The truth is even more granular: even within a single person, there is not uniformity. We are all internally conflicted, sometimes thinking like this and sometimes like that, sometimes feeling like this and sometimes feeling like […]
When you've lost a person young, there will eventually come a time when you've been alive longer without them than with. There's a time when for one fleeting moment, the grief scale rests at an equilibrium. The before and the after form two perfect halves weighing the same weight in time. We've come up with a term for that: Grief Equilibrium. In this episode, Rashida talks about that moment for her. In September 2020 she's gone 15 years without her mom. A year for every year she had her. From now on the scales will continue to tip in the opposite direction, giving her more life without her mom than with. When times get tough, just remember you're a badass b and you've got this mama!And also don't forget to join our Facebook Community, The Grieving Mamas ClubYou can now also support the show here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/TGMCpodcast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Humans are not monolithic. Each one of us is unique and have a unique take on every life situation. The truth is even more granular: even within a single person, there is not uniformity. We are all internally conflicted, sometimes thinking like this and sometimes like that, sometimes feeling like this and sometimes feeling like that, etc. It doesn't have to be like that. There is a way to reach equilibrium.– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –DONATE: Please consider supporting the podcasts by making a donation to help fund our Jewish outreach and educational efforts at https://www.torchweb.org/support.php. Thank you!– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –Email me with questions, comments, and feedback: firstname.lastname@example.org– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –SUBSCRIBE to my Newsletterrabbiwolbe.com/newsletter– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –SUBSCRIBE to Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe's PodcastsThe Parsha PodcastThe Jewish History PodcastThe Mitzvah Podcast This Jewish LifeThe Ethics PodcastTORAH 101 ★ Support this podcast ★
This week on the show, Listener Request Month continues as the guys do their best to hide all emotion while discussing the completely dreadful sci-fi romp, Equilibrium! How did they botch that book size bit? Why were pillows outlawed in this society? And how much of a disgusting shit boy (DSB) is this little son? PLUS: Freddy Krueger returns after the citizens of Libria finally stop taking their dream suppressants—and he's underwhelmed at the quality of dead meats! Equilibrium stars Christian Bale, Taye Diggs, Sean Pertwee, William Fichtner, Angus Macfadyen, Sean Bean, and Emily Watson as Mary O'Brien; directed by Kurt Wimmer. Tickets on sale now for our shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles! Check out the WHM Merch Store featuring new Grab-Ass & Cancer, SW Crispy Critters, MINGO! & WHAT IF Donna? designs!This episode is brought to you by BetterHelp. Give online therapy a try at betterhelp.com/whm and get on your way to being your best self.Advertise on We Hate Movies via Gumball.fmUnlock Exclusive Content!: http://www.patreon.com/wehatemoviesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
According to a study on binge-drinking mice, there's a quicker way to make boozed up mammals (like us) regain their sense of balance.
Our guest this week is Lubos Pastor. He is the Charles P. McQuaid Professor of Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, where he's taught since 1999. Pastor is a leading researcher on financial markets and asset management, publishing numerous award-winning papers that have been widely cited in academic finance literature. His research spans a number of areas, including liquidity risk, return predictability, active fund performance, and more. Pastor serves as a director of the Center for Research in Security Prices and is a member of the board of the Fama-Miller Center for Research in Finance. He also holds various positions outside of the Booth School, including serving as a member of the bank board of the National Bank of Slovakia. He received his doctorate in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.BackgroundBioResearchResearch and StocksThe Journal of FinanceJournal of Financial EconomicsThe Review of Financial StudiesThe Journal of Portfolio ManagementJournal of Investment ManagementFinancial Analysts JournalSocial Science Research Network“Are Stocks Really Less Volatile in the Long Run?” by Lubos Pastor and Robert F. Stambaugh, National Bureau of Economic Research, December 2011.ESG“Dissecting Green Returns,” by Lubos Pastor, Robert F. Stambaugh, and Lucian A. Taylor, SSRN, June 15, 2022.“Sustainable Investing in Equilibrium,” by Lubos Pastor, Robert F. Stambaugh, and Lucian A. Taylor, SSRN, Aug. 12, 2020.Myth-Busting“Mutual Fund Performance and Flows During the COVID-19 Crisis,” by Lubos Pastor and Blair Vorsatz, SSRN, Aug. 14, 2020.“Mutual Fund Performance: An Empirical Decomposition Into Stock-Picking Talent, Style, Transaction Costs, and Expenses: Discussion,” by Tobias Moskowitz, The Journal of Finance, 2000.“Scale and Skill in Active Management,” by Lubos Pastor, Robert F. Stambaugh, and Lucian A. Taylor, SSRN, Aug. 11, 2020.Factors and Liquidity“Liquidity Risk and Expected Stock Returns,” by Lubos Pastor and Robert F. Stambaugh, SSRN, Aug. 17, 2001.“Liquidity Risk After 20 Years,” by Lubos Pastor and Robert F. Stambaugh, SSRN, May 10, 2019.“Steering a Ship in Illiquid Waters: Active Management of Passive Funds,” by Naz Koont, Yiming Ma, Lubos Pastor, and Yao Zeng, SSRN, Feb. 2, 2023.Manager Selection“Judging Fund Managers by the Company They Keep,” by Randolph B. Cohen, Joshua D. Coval, and Lubos Pastor, SSRN, July 30, 2022.“How Long Can a Good Fund Underperform?” by Maciej Kowara and Paul Kaplan, Morningstar.com, Aug. 17, 2018.“Diseconomies of Scale in Active Management: Robust Evidence,” by Lubos Pastor, Robert F. Stambaugh, Lucian A. Taylor, and Min Zhu, SSRN, July 16, 2021.Other“Political Cycles and Stock Returns,” by Lubos Pastor and Pietro Veronesi, SSRN, May 28, 2019.“Fifty Shades of QE: Comparing Findings of Central Bankers and Academics,” by Brian Fabo, Martina Jancokova, Elisabeth Kempf, and Lubos Pastor, SSRN, April 8, 2021.
On all new episode of your Boo Crew (finally), walk thru the corn field with creative genius and filmmaker, KURT WIMMER! His new film CHILDREN OF THE CORN is in theaters now and exclusively on Shudder March 21st! This is such a fun and twisted, nasty film! We talk all about it, including it being the ONLY film in production during the start of lockdown and navigating THAT. Conjuring these just AWESOME performances out of his young actors, developing the sonic journey, camera choreography and so much more! Also we dive into his phenomenal work on the beloved Christian Bale action-cult classic, Equilibrium, putting Milla Jovovich into a comic book come to life in ULTRAVIOLET and some FASCINATING stories in the life of the dude known as one of the best spec writers in Hollywood and the pen behind award winning films starring the likes of Al Pacino, Angelie Jolie and an ever growing amazing list. Episode 372 with Kurt Wimmer, is now slaying! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Guest: Rania Succar, CEO of Intuit MailchimpTen years out of college, and with two advanced degrees under her belt, Rania Succar knew she wanted to be an operator. Taking a job at Google taught her a lot, but she chafed under the limitations imposed on her control and personal impact. At Intuit, she finally found what she had been searching for: “We really do have a structure that's set up to give you massive amounts of accountability and responsibility.” For seven years, Rania worked across the Quickbooks team before becoming the CEO of Mailchimp in August 2022. And along the way, she also discovered the “beauty” in jointly owning some functions with her teammates: “It can actually be brilliant.”In this episode, Rania and Joubin discuss immigrant culture, boundless energy, the search for meaning, the illusion of control, getting back to equilibrium, registering your ambition, “Mailkimp,” prioritizing family, sleep experiments, passing the baton, finding problem-solvers, and meetings that give you energy.In this episode, we cover: The importance of family to Syrians, Persians, and immigrants (00:43) Navigating two cultures at the dinner table, and Rania's entrepreneurial father (04:48) The arc of her career, and figuring out where she wanted to put her energy (08:59) What motivates & energizes her, and what takes energy away (14:28) The need to own things end to end, and the beauty of sharing the controls (18:32) What Rania has learned over seven years at Intuit, and how she pushes to do more (24:32) Mailchimp's “genius” sponsorship of Serial, and preserving its scrappy culture (30:46) How Rania allocates her time every week, and finding “30% more efficiency” (34:13) Learning about the importance of sleep “the hard way” (38:45) Getting through the early months of COVID and being authentic with her team (43:30) Learning from leaders like Intuit's Bill Campbell and Scott Cook, and defining the “next chapter of exceptional” (46:51) How a visual impairment became a source of strength (52:54) Setting priorities and being a prisoner of one's calendar (57:16) Links: Connect with Rania Twitter LinkedIn Connect with Joubin Twitter LinkedIn Email: email@example.com Learn more about Kleiner Perkins This episode was edited by Eric Johnson from LightningPod.fm
In the aftermath of the intense firefight and chase that occurred at Zwicky's home, the team must wrestle with both the mysteries of the case and the unexplainable things they have each encountered. Over the days that follow, they will pull all the threads they can and hope that their minds don't unravel along the way... Check us out online at www.nastygramrpg.com Find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/nastygram and our group is at https://www.facebook.com/groups/865467380821766; we are @nastygramrpg on both Instagram and Twitter. We are lucky to have awesome music on our pod! More about A Wilhelm Scream here https://www.awilhelmscream.com/ Composer Adrian von Ziegler at https://adrianvonziegler.bandcamp.com/album/the-complete-discography and composer Antti Martikainen at https://anttimartikainen.com/
In 1992, the Hong Kong crime-thriller Hard Boiled was released internationally and blew the minds of audiences everywhere. The film established actor Chow Yun-Fat as a worldwide star and director John Woo as an absolute master of cinematic action. We discuss Hard Boiled's influence on American moviemakers, the electric performance by Fat playing a Dirty Harry-styled cop, the film's somewhat fraught production, and other movies in the gun fu subgenre such as The Killer, Equilibrium, and John Wick. We also debate Hard Boiled's legacy against the long and vast canon of action films.
Tory Mell, is an actor and producer best known for his groundbreaking short science fiction film: White Room: 02B3, the first of its kind 360-degree narrative film. He was a producer at Roddenberry Entertainment (Creators of Star Trek) and has worked in film and television production for the better part of 20 years. He wrote the critically acclaimed prequel comic-book adaptation of Kurt Wimmer and Christian Bale's 2002 film Equilibrium, and a prequel to Stargate Universe. Recently he created a podcast called “Whatever” where he records his stream of thoughts on pop culture. It's A Hawaii Thing Productions. Quality content for the Hawaii Enthusiast and traveler. Celebrities, artists & community leaders vomming together to showcase the spirit of the islands. New weekly program dedicated to anything and everything unique to life in Hawaii. To Learn more about It's A Hawaii Thing visit: https://www.itsahawaiithing.com/ It's A Hawaii Thing is a https://www.wikiocast.com/ production.
Stephen Casey, NASA machine learning and artificial intelligence researcher, sits down with us to discuss economic turmoil from a complex systems perspective. Basically, he says if the value of money is modified to be reflective of the health of the ecosystem and the well-being of individuals, then global health improves automatically with less need for corrective policies or top-down controls. If I were to give you a system that was configured the same way the economy is, you'd be able to predict that we're in a system of runaway energy expenditure. And sure enough, when we look at the actual economy, we see a system that incentivizes an increase in the output of energy over the well-being of individuals and climate change. Using the basic model of game theory, Stephen discusses how more accurate measurements of the interconnectedness of systems can help stop the madness. Griffin peer reviews! Here's an updated link to where the paper can be found online: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/367163714_How_to_Solve_Climate_Change_Building_a_Digital_Twin_with_an_Entropy-Based_Fitness_Function_that_Allows_Human_Activity_to_Exist_in_Equilibrium_with_the_Environment Features: Griffin Rowell: https://twitter.com/Griffisaurus Michael Swaim: https://twitter.com/SWAIM_CORP Stephen Casey: https://www.aiinvivo.org/ Support Small Beans and access Additional Content: https://www.patreon.com/SmallBeans Check our store to buy Small Beans merch! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/the-small-beans-store?ref_id=22691
Un estudio de Equilibrium – Centro para el Desarrollo Económico (Equilibrium CenDE), aseguró que 64% de los encuestados cree que hay manipulación y estrategias de desinformación en Venezuela. Verónica Medina, coordinadora regional de investigación de Equilibrium CenDE y profesora del IESA, indicó que, de acuerdo a la encuesta, esto está más afianzado en personas con un grado de instrucción mayor, que se consideran de oposición y tienen mayores ingresos. Destacó que esta encuesta se realizó a 1259 personas a nivel nacional, siendo una muestra representativa. Referente a la forma en la que los venezolanos obtienen información, Medina resaltó que las redes sociales funcionan más como forma de entretenimiento que de consulta para “noticias serias”. También te puede interesar:5 Claves para combatir la desinformación y noticias falsas sin ser especialistas «Pero a medida que los medios de comunicación tradicional son conscientes que son plataformas de difusión muy importantes con altos niveles de penetración, han migrado su contenido a esta vía digital» añadió. También insistió en que la población sigue los medios con los que más se identifiquen. Como recomendaciones, la profesora del IESA explicó que la población debe diversificar sus fuentes de consulta, más allá de las fuentes de su gusto, para evitar caer en desinformación o información manipulada. Señaló que se debe identificar que datas pueden ser más confiables dependiendo del tema para buscar la noticia más veraz. «Con las encuestas, se debe ver si tienen una ficha técnica, saber cuando y donde se levantó la información, las características de los encuestados y especificar si es representativo» dijo.
At the highest levels of achievement, the payoffs of all your talent and hard work can be incredible. The dangers of the uncompromising drive for perfection, however, can be full of danger and pitfalls. Our guest today on Piece of the Pai is Julian Reeve, the former musical director of the red-hot Broadway musical Hamilton, is also the founder of Perfect Equilibrium, a coaching and methodology service that works with high-achieving creatives and entrepreneurs. After conducting a performance of Hamilton in San Francisco one evening, Julian fell victim to a heart attack. After recovering, it was clear to Julian that this incident was a direct result of his unrelenting pursuit of not only excellence, but also his perfectionism. Fortunately for Julian (and for us), the heart attack helped Julian realign his priorities and his definition of success. Julian joins host Nesha Pai for a discussion about the danger of burnout, particularly for high achieving people. Julian describes the events leading up to his heart attack, and how he's been able to replace his need for achievement with a desire for equilibrium.
Ecclesiastes 3 reminds us of the many seasons of life and work. It is with honor, excitement and, of course, a bit of sadness, that we share Garret's season with Men of Iron will close at the end of January. You can read more about it at menofiron.org/resources/thank-you-garret. Our mission at Men of Iron is to change a culture one man at a time. For the past eleven years, Garret Barbush has worked alongside our tremendous team to accomplish just that. We've seen thousands of men impacted, and their testimonies speak of lives changed for eternity. On the next several episodes, Garret is going to share about his journey with Men of Iron over the last 11 years and some of the highlights along the way. "Great mentors go to bat for their proteges. Bryan took a chance on me to lead Men of Iron. Who do I need to go to bat for? " // Garret Barbush SHOW NOTES: Highlight # 1 – 2011: Founder Bryan Zeamer asks Garret to work full-time for Men of Iron as Executive Director. This was the first official hire for Men of Iron. Bryan took a chance on Garret and that's what great mentors do, they take a chance on other men. Who do I need to go to bat for? Highlight #2 – 2012: We hosted a meeting in Manheim, PA for pastors and community leaders to pitch the vision of Men of Iron. There were churches and men there that day that partnered with us. It was a catalyst for a lot of the early growth for Men of Iron. When God gives someone a vision, look for ways to encourage and support their journey Highlight #3 – 2014: Garret makes his first hire, John Carpenter. John is no longer an employee of Men of Iron but has been a consistent donor and advocate for years. We are grateful for consistent advocates like John! Highlight #4 - 2014: Our first fundraiser, "The Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirt" – walk in love, TJ & Brooke, created the Iron Sharpens Iron t-shirt for us. The Breakout was a 24-hour fundraiser where we sold this t-shirt. The shirt went viral, bought and worn by athletes and celebrities. It ended up being walk in love's best selling t-shirt ever Highlight #5 - 2015: Meeting Dave Zillig Dave shared his vision for Equilibrium, a retreat based program. A few years later Dave gifted us Equilibrium and it is now a key resource for us. Go to menofiron.org/programs/eq for more info! Dave has been an amazing donor, advocate, and board member! Listen to the Men of Iron Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Alexa, Google Podcasts and many more! Subscribe, listen and share! Adventure Awaits! If you are ready to take a step onto the mountain to know God and your purpose we want to talk to you! Click the link below, fill out the form and a representative from Men of Iron will follow up with you on your next steps. Men, it's time to climb! >>> MENOFIRON.ORG/THECLIMB
The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast
The Drunk Guys create a forest of beer cans this week when they read The Dark Forest by Cixin Liu, the sequel to the Three Body Problem. In space, no one can hear them drink Pliny the Elder by Russian River, Double Lollipop Forest by Deciduous Brewing, MC^2 by Equilibrium,
Cool Conversations with Kenton Cool
Richard is best known for his fight against palm oil and single-use plastic, but there is way more than environmental activism to his CV. As Chairman of the Iceland supermarket chain, Richard looks after more than 1000 outlets with a combined turnover of more than £4 Billion. When not in business mode, he can be found catching waves or climbing mountains. In this episode, Kenton catches up with Richard after a day of ice climbing in Norway. The pair talk about the family business, his passion for sustainability, and how a company can live in harmony with the environment. - Sponsors - @lasportivauk @petzl_official @Arcteryxuk @landrover @lyonequipment @crudecoffeeroasters @evileye.eyewear @reality.maps @incoolcompany @bremontwatches @scallop.offical ... - Supporters - @panorama_lodge_namche @mission.uk @thecoolconversations @vidrate @Everesttoday #kentoncool #coolconversations #podcast #podcastersofinstagram #getitdone #wereinittogether #adventure #adventures #business #businessleader #climbing #environment #iceclimbing #leadership #sustainability #surf #surfer
In this special replay episode, Anthony Hauck of HYPAR joins the podcast to talk about making the mark you want to make, pursuing something that feels more valuable, shared goals and value propositions in AEC, and more. LinksCalamityware MugsDBEI (BiLT Conference)Disruptive Technologies in Architecture – AIA Palm Beach Presentation – Nov 2020 (YouTube)Architecture - Design - Data: Practice Competency in the Era of Computation by Phillip BernsteinTRXL episode 003 with Ian Keough, CEO of HyparTRXL episode 028 with Brian Ringley, Construction Technology Manager at Boston DynamicsSpacemakerBook recommendations:The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration by Isabel WilkersonThe Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York by Robert A. CaroThe Winter of Our Discontent by John SteinbeckMore TRXL Podcast episodesCheck out my other podcast too: Archispeak & PeopleverseMy YouTube channelConnect with EvanTwitterLinkedInInstagramYouTubeEmailSponsorContent is more than Revit families. If it's digital, AVAIL can handle it. Learn more today at https://getavail.com and future-proof your firm's technology investment.
New Books in Political Science
This week on International Horizons, RBI director John Torpey is joined by Jason Stearns, assistant professor of international studies at Simon Fraser University, who discusses how the Congolese government is invested in conflict on its territory. Stearns traces the current conflict back to the Belgian colonial heritage that created an ethnic disbalance in the population that was then exploited by the authoritarian leader, Mobutu Sese Seko, to maintain power. It later triggered the regional invasion of Congo in which the territory was divided between neighboring countries until the country was finally reunified in 2003. When former rebels lost power in a democratic process and tried to regain it through military means, neighboring countries scrambled to profit from extraction and influence. This left little incentive to put an end to the conflict, and forced the incumbent president to side with the military establishing a system of clientelistic networks in order to stay in power. Finally, Stearns comments on how aspects of this system can be seen in other countries, and how Congolese view the international attention on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in light of this ongoing conflict. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science
This week on International Horizons, RBI director John Torpey is joined by Jason Stearns, assistant professor of international studies at Simon Fraser University, who discusses how the Congolese government is invested in conflict on its territory. Stearns traces the current conflict back to the Belgian colonial heritage that created an ethnic disbalance in the population that was then exploited by the authoritarian leader, Mobutu Sese Seko, to maintain power. It later triggered the regional invasion of Congo in which the territory was divided between neighboring countries until the country was finally reunified in 2003. When former rebels lost power in a democratic process and tried to regain it through military means, neighboring countries scrambled to profit from extraction and influence. This left little incentive to put an end to the conflict, and forced the incumbent president to side with the military establishing a system of clientelistic networks in order to stay in power. Finally, Stearns comments on how aspects of this system can be seen in other countries, and how Congolese view the international attention on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in light of this ongoing conflict. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history
This week on International Horizons, RBI director John Torpey is joined by Jason Stearns, assistant professor of international studies at Simon Fraser University, who discusses how the Congolese government is invested in conflict on its territory. Stearns traces the current conflict back to the Belgian colonial heritage that created an ethnic disbalance in the population that was then exploited by the authoritarian leader, Mobutu Sese Seko, to maintain power. It later triggered the regional invasion of Congo in which the territory was divided between neighboring countries until the country was finally reunified in 2003. When former rebels lost power in a democratic process and tried to regain it through military means, neighboring countries scrambled to profit from extraction and influence. This left little incentive to put an end to the conflict, and forced the incumbent president to side with the military establishing a system of clientelistic networks in order to stay in power. Finally, Stearns comments on how aspects of this system can be seen in other countries, and how Congolese view the international attention on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in light of this ongoing conflict. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
This week on International Horizons, RBI director John Torpey is joined by Jason Stearns, assistant professor of international studies at Simon Fraser University, who discusses how the Congolese government is invested in conflict on its territory. Stearns traces the current conflict back to the Belgian colonial heritage that created an ethnic disbalance in the population that was then exploited by the authoritarian leader, Mobutu Sese Seko, to maintain power. It later triggered the regional invasion of Congo in which the territory was divided between neighboring countries until the country was finally reunified in 2003. When former rebels lost power in a democratic process and tried to regain it through military means, neighboring countries scrambled to profit from extraction and influence. This left little incentive to put an end to the conflict, and forced the incumbent president to side with the military establishing a system of clientelistic networks in order to stay in power. Finally, Stearns comments on how aspects of this system can be seen in other countries, and how Congolese view the international attention on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in light of this ongoing conflict. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies
This week on International Horizons, RBI director John Torpey is joined by Jason Stearns, assistant professor of international studies at Simon Fraser University, who discusses how the Congolese government is invested in conflict on its territory. Stearns traces the current conflict back to the Belgian colonial heritage that created an ethnic disbalance in the population that was then exploited by the authoritarian leader, Mobutu Sese Seko, to maintain power. It later triggered the regional invasion of Congo in which the territory was divided between neighboring countries until the country was finally reunified in 2003. When former rebels lost power in a democratic process and tried to regain it through military means, neighboring countries scrambled to profit from extraction and influence. This left little incentive to put an end to the conflict, and forced the incumbent president to side with the military establishing a system of clientelistic networks in order to stay in power. Finally, Stearns comments on how aspects of this system can be seen in other countries, and how Congolese view the international attention on the Russian invasion of Ukraine in light of this ongoing conflict. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
On this ID the Future from the vault, Tod Butterfield interviews systems engineer Steve Laufmann about physician Howard Glicksman's 81-part Evolution News series, The Designed Body. Listen in as Laufmann reflects on the body's fight against equilibrium, the Goldilocks principal, and more. Then pick up the new book by Laufmann and Glicksman, Your Designed Body, which delves deeper into the exquisite engineering necessary for the operation of the human body. Source
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Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast
I can't be more excited to bring you this episode. On today's show, we have the legendary writer/director Alex Proyas, the filmmaker behind The Crow, Dark City, The Knowing, Gods of Egypt, and I, Robot.Alex Proyas had a huge influence on my filmmaking life. The Crow was one of those films I watch a thousand times, in the theater, when I was in film school. He began his filmmaking career working in music videos with the likes of Sting, INXS, and Fleetwood Mac before getting the opportunity to direct The Crow.The Crow was one of the first modern comic adaptations but as Alex puts it..."The Crow was my anti-comic book movie." - Alex ProyasBoth The Crow and Dark City had such a HUGE influence on films and filmmakers for years after their initial releases.Alex's films are visually dazzling and have the voice of a true artist. You can see a direct line from his genre-defining work to films like The Matrix, Alita: Battle Angel, Equilibrium, Underworld, The Dark Knight, Inception, and many others.I feel Alex's contributions to the visual aesthetics of modern cinema have been extremely undervalued. Director's like Christopher Nolan point at Alex's films as inspiration when he was putting together The Dark Knight Trilogy. The Matrix has Dark City visuals and style oozing from the screen.Alex and I discuss his career, working within the studio system, dealing with insane interference in his creative vision, why he is shooting short films at this stage of his career, his new film studio The Heretic Foundation, and his misadventures in Hollyweird.He has also launched a YouTube channel called Mystery Clock Cinema where he showcases his short films and amazing filmmaking tutorials, philosophies, and live streams.Prepared to be inspired. Enjoy my thoroughly entertaining conversation with filmmaker Alex Proyas.
It's the second best trenchcoat action gun martial arts movie about being transgender produced in the early 2000s! And boys, there's a bit of a fucking gap between first and second place in this ranking. In a world where emotion is outlawed, one man will change everything by learning that it's okay for men to cry sometimes as long as they are still capable of doing fucking sick cool nasty gun kung fu.... ------ THE WINTER OF CONTENT The UCU has a fighting fund that you can contribute to here: https://www.ucu.org.uk/fightingfund If you do feel you have money to spare, please consider supporting your local food banks with money or time! donate to the Trussell Trust here: https://www.trusselltrust.org/make-a-donation/ or the Independent food aid network here: https://www.foodaidnetwork.org.uk/donate There are several ongoing strike funds that could do with some donations, and several can be found here: https://www.cwu.org/ Additionally, please consider joining a renter's union like ACORN, as rising mortgage rates will surely result in rising rent, here: https://www.acorntheunion.org.uk/join ------ Consider supporting us on our reasonably-priced patreon! https://www.patreon.com/killjamesbond ------ *WEB DESIGN ALERT* Tom Allen is a friend of the show (and the designer behind our website). If you need web design help, reach out to him here: https://www.tomallen.media/ Kill James Bond is hosted by Alice Caldwell-Kelly, Abigail Thorn, and Devon. You can find us at https://killjamesbond.com and https://twitter.com/killjamesbond
The Byproduct Podcast with Ian Prukner
I recently had the pleasure to share the stage at the TedX Detroit conference on October 26th. Be sure to like it, drop a comment, and share on your favorite social platform! Step One: Recognize Recognize that there's nothing wrong with you, there's nothing wrong with us. Step Two: Relevel We are always going to go back to where that equilibrium is, but we get to choose where it is. It doesn't have to stay where it is. You can Relevel in three ways: Better Information - We can refill with better information. When we know better, we do better. Better Relationships - We can refill with better relationships. When we surround ourselves with people who pour into us, our equilibrium can change. Better Standards - We can stop accepting the things of the past.
Probably wouldn't be a revolution if everything just kept on being cool and stable. For tickets to the October dates: Oct. 3 Austin TX @ Paramount Theater Oct. 4 San Francisco @ Palace of Fine Arts Oct. 5 Seattle @ Town Hall Oct. 25 Chicago @ Vic Theater Oct. 26 Boston @ The Wilbur Oct. 27 Washington DC @ Lisner Auditorium Oct. 29 Newark NJ @ New Jersey Performing Arts Center