Die Themen im heutigen Versicherungsfunk Update sind: Ergo mit neuen Markenclaim Die Ergo schärft ihr Markenprofil und stellt von nun an das Thema ‚Versichern einfacher machen‘ in den Mittelpunkt aller Marketingmaßnahmen in der Kommunikation mit den Kunden. Erster Beleg dafür ist die vereinfachte Antragsstrecke der Risikolebensversicherung und eine eigene Kampagne unter dem Motto „Ihre Liebsten schützen: so wichtig. Ihre Liebsten absichern: so einfach.“ Mehrheit begrüßt Härtefallfonds für Ostrentner Mit 54 Prozent findet es eine absolute Mehrheit der Bürger in den alten und neuen Bundesländern gut, dass zumindest ein Teil der ostdeutschen Rentner, deren Anwartschaften im Zuge der Wiedervereinigung nicht vollständig ins bundesdeutsche Rentensystem übernommen worden waren, einen finanziellen Ausgleich erhalten soll. Damit werde ein Fehler aus der Zeit der Wiedervereinigung korrigiert. Das ergab die jüngste Umfrage im DIA-Deutschland-Trend des Deutschen Instituts für Altersvorsorge (DIA). Swiss Life hält Verzinsung zum achten Mal in Folge stabil Die Swiss Life hält die Überschussbeteiligung für Leben-Policen weiterhin stabil. Die laufende Verzinsung, auch für das Neugeschäft, bleibt 2023 bei 2,25 Prozent. Die Gesamtverzinsung inklusive Schlussüberschussbeteiligung und Beteiligung an den Bewertungsreserven liegt damit unverändert bei 2,55 Prozent. Signal Iduna Bauspar AG mit neuer Vorständin Zum 1. Juli 2023 wird Birgitta Göttelmann neue Vorständin bei der Signal Iduna Bauspar AG. Sie übernimmt die Verantwortung unter anderem für die Bereiche Marktfolge und Informationstechnologie. Die studierte Diplom-Betriebswirtin war zuletzt im Vorstand der LBS Bausparkasse Schleswig-Holstein-Hamburg AG unter anderem für die Bereiche „Informationssysteme“ und „Gesamtbanksteuerung“ verantwortlich. Kabinett beschliesst 4. Bericht zur Anhebung der Regelaltersgrenze auf 67 Jahre Der Bericht zur Anhebung der Regelaltersgrenze auf 67 Jahre ist alle vier Jahre vorzulegen. Dem Bericht zufolge, hat sich die Erwerbsbeteiligung älterer Menschen dynamisch entwickelt. Derzeit liegt sie in der Altersgruppe der 60- bis 64-Jährigen bei 61 Prozent. Insgesamt 2,8 Millionen Menschen dieser Altersgruppe sind sozialversicherungspflichtig beschäftigt. Als Ergebnis des Berichtes hält die Bundesregierung die im Jahr 2007 beschlossene Anhebung der Regelaltersgrenze auf 67 Jahre weiterhin für notwendig und für vertretbar. Tagesgeldzinsen steigen um fast 81 Prozent Lagen die durchschnittlichen Zinsen beim Tagesgeld im November noch bei 0,21 Prozent, kletterte der Wert zum Stichtag 1. Dezember auf rund 0,38 Prozent – ein Anstieg um ca. 81 Prozent. Noch deutlicher wird der derzeitige Zinstrend beim Blick auf die Konditionen der Top 5 Angebote für Neukunden. Jene landeten bei durchschnittlich 1,55 Prozent im Dezember. Im Vormonat waren es noch 1,19 Prozent, was einer Steigerung von 30 Prozent entspricht. Das geht aus einer Auswertung von Tagesgeldvergleich.net hervor.
BrandTrust Talks Weekly - der inspirierendste Wochenrückblick aus Marken- und Marketingperspektive Diese Woche wieder mit einer neuen Kategorie: "Wer Visiionen hat, sollte zum Arzt gehen". Außerdem mit den Zahlen der Woche, 3 Themen der Woche und je 2 Verlierern und Fundstücken. *** Zahlen der Woche: - Einschaltquote Deutschland - Spanien - Black Friday Wer Visionen hat, sollte zum Arzt gehen: - Elon M. - Klarna Themen der Woche: - LUSH hat sich vor ziemlich genau 1 Jahr aus Social Media zurückgezogen. Stattdessen hat das Unternehmen in den stationären Handel investiert, u.a. 26 neue Shops eröffnet und 12 komplett umgestaltet. Der Shop soll Ort für die lokale Community sein, außerdem arbeiten sie an einem No-Line-Konzept und haben eine App programmiert. - Netto: Insgesamt gibt es einen Wettbewerb um die besten Weihnachtswerbespots unter den Supermarktketten. Nettos neuer Weihnachtsspot zahlt auf das Verkaufskonto, nicht das Kontinuitätskonto ein. Der Fokus liegt auf dem Discountgeschäft. - Ergo hat die Repositionierung kurz vor Weihnachten bekannt gegeben: Neuer Claim „Einfach, weil's wichtig ist“. Der Claim wird in verschiedenen Kampagnen kommuniziert. Colins Fazit: Die einzelnen Puzzlesteine passen nicht ganz zusammen. Verlierer der Woche: - Balenciaga - Weight Watchers Fundstücke der Woche: - Patagonia - Axa Schweiz
Di recente si è conclusa a Sharm El-Sheikh, in Egitto, la #COP27, la Conferenza delle Parti che annualmente si riunisce per discutere di cambiamento climatico. La COP di quest'anno è stata definita “africana” per il ruolo svolto dagli Stati africani, il cui impegno ha portato all'approvazione di un Fondo per il Loss and Damage. Di cosa si tratta? E quali sono state le critiche mosse a questa conferenza? Per saperne di più, ascoltate la terza puntata di #ERGO
Ihre Großeltern hatten einen Bauernhof am Land. Dort hat unsere Gesprächspartnerin von klein auf gelernt, wie Lebensmittel entstehen und woher sie kommen. Dieses Wissen hilft ihr heute in ihrem Unternehmen enorm. Im Podcast mit carpe diem-Host Holger Potye erklärt „Unverschwendet“-Gründerin Cornelia Diesenreiter, warum die Wertigkeit von Lebensmitteln in unserer Gesellschaft gesunken ist und was sie in ihrem Unternehmen tut, um Lebensmittelabfälle zu vermeiden. Wir sprechen über den Zero-Waste-Ansatz (Reduce-Reuse-Recycle) und klären, warum wir niemals zu 100 Prozent nachhaltig agieren können. Ergo empfiehlt sich auch ein entspannterer Umgang mit dem Begriff „Nachhaltigkeit“. Denn je mehr man sich in ein Normenkorsett drücken lässt, desto weniger Freude wird man an den eigenen nachhaltigen Ansätzen haben. Es ist also wichtig, dass wir uns immer wieder bewusst etwas gönnen.Der Auslöser für Cornelias Engagement in Sachen Nachhaltigkeit und ihren späteren Beruf war übrigens eine Studie an einer Universität in London, an der sie teilgenommen hat. Da hat sie festgestellt, dass sich in eineinhalb Tonnen Restmüll 400 kg weggeworfene Lebensmittel befinden. Dieses Erlebnis hat ihren weiteren Karriereweg geprägt – bis hin zur Gründung ihrer Firma „Unverschwendet – Gutes aus gerettetem Obst & Gemüse“.Das Konzept für ihr Unternehmen, das sie gemeinsam mit ihrem Bruder Andreas führt, orientiert sich klar am Drei-Säulen-Modell der Nachhaltigkeit: ökologisch so viel Obst und Gemüse wie möglich retten, sozial so gut es geht die regionale Wertschöpfung steigern und ökonomisch schauen, dass sich am Ende des Tages alles rechnerisch ausgeht.Fakt ist: In Österreich werden derzeit pro Jahr 176.000 Tonnen Obst und Gemüse weggeworfen. Das lässt sich ändern. Wichtig beim Ins-Tun-Kommen ist, dass man andere im Nachhaltigkeitsstreben nicht von oben herab belehrt (diese Dynamik gibt's leider viel zu oft in der Nachhaltigkeits-Bubble). Niemand lässt sich durch Beschimpfung zu einer positiven, langfristigen Verhaltensänderung bewegen. Also sollte man sich lieber auf die Freude fokussieren, Gutes zu tun – dann klappt das auch mit der Nachhaltigkeit besser. Der Leitsatz dazu und für diese Podcast-Episode lautet: „Du musst etwas lieben, um es zu schützen.“ Viel Vergnügen mit dem Podcast!Show Notes: Das Geschwisterpaar Cornelia und Andreas Diesenreiter hat 2016 „Unverschwendet“ (https://www.unverschwendet.at/) gegründet. Wer gerne mal persönlich bei den beiden vorbeischauen mag, kann gerne ihren Shop am Schwendermarkt, Stand 18, 1150 Wien besuchen. Er hat ab 15 Uhr offen. Cornelias Buch „Nachhaltig gibt's nicht“ ist im Molden Verlag erschienen (https://www.unverschwendet.at/nachhaltig-gibt-s-nicht). Neu ist die Kooperation von „Unverschwendet“ mit der Lebensmittelkette Hofer (in D „Aldi“) unter dem Label „Rettenswert“.Übrigens: Das carpe diem-Magazin findet ihr überall, wo es Zeitschriften gibt und unter carpediem.life/abo. Ihr könnt wählen, mit welcher Ausgabe euer Abo beginnen soll – es kann natürlich mit der aktuellen Ausgabe starten. Die aktuelle Ausgabe von carpe diem finden Sie überall, wo es Zeitschriften gibt. Oder Sie lassen Sie sich als Einzelheft bequem nach Hause senden. Digital ist das Heft unter kiosk.at/carpediem erhältlich.Wenn euch dieser Podcast gefallen hat, dann abonniert ihn, schreibt einen Kommentar, chattet mit uns via WhatsApp und gebt ihm 5 Sterne auf Apple Podcasts oder Spotify (Sterne-Wertung am Smartphone möglich). Wir freuen uns ganz besonders über Post, Anregungen und Ideen an: email@example.comWusstest du schon, dass du jetzt via WhatsApp mit uns Kontakt aufnehmen kannst?Das geht ganz einfach. Speichere die carpe diem-Podcast-Nummer +43 664 88840236 in deinen Kontakten ab.Dann öffne dein WhatsApp und schick uns eine Nachricht. Egal ob als Text- oder Sprachnachricht.Wir freuen uns immer über Lob, Kritik, Anregungen, Themenideen und Vorschläge für Wunschgäste. Und auf deine Stimme.
In this talk, Rev Lee discusses that The Soul is a point in Consciousness in which the Infinite, individualize Itself as unique, whole, perfect, for the purpose of experiencing Itself by Interacting with Itself. Ergo change is an eternal process of creation and without change creation cannot take place. Agape was voted one of the top 100 Spiritual Podcasts in the world for a link to that go to: https://blog.feedspot.com/spiritual_podcasts/ Join us for Daily Meditation at 7 am CST on zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86486646287 Connect with us in community at our Wednesday weekly gatherings on Zoom. 1:30 pm CST on zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89165806000 7 pm CST on zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81356329531 Private Values Determination Session with Rev Lee: https://www.agapespiritualcenter.com/values-determination-session For more life-changing content like this, you can: Attend classes at https://www.agapespiritualcenter.com/church-events/ Follow us: Facebook- Agape Spiritual Center Instagram: AgapeCSL Twitter: Lee_Agape Email: Info@AgapeSpiritualCenter.com Website: AgapeSpiritualCenter.com Tiktok: RevLeeWolak Podcast: Agape Spiritual Center (Weekly) Podcast: Thoughts can change your life (Daily) Youtube: Rev Lee Wolak If you found this content valuable, please support our mission by making a donation: https://app.easytithe.com/app/giving/agapespiritualcenter You can order My New Book "The Power in You" on Kindle or a printed copy on Amazon today. https://www.amazon.com/Lee-Wolak/e/B09PF5BQNR... Would like a one-on -one personal coaching session with me? For more information go to: https://www.agapespiritualcenter.com/coaching/
#245 - Quando Scassano Alza i PrezziHo un cliente molto prestigioso ma che però non mi tratta bene. E' un cliente "tutta facciata", ma che in realtà mi tratta come una pezza da piedi. - Taxi costo non pagato- Cena bassa qualità- Limiti su miei promo- Risposte altezzose quando avviso problemi per pioggia- Cancella date senza preavvisoAllora sai che ti dico: mi vuoi far soffrire più del necessario per farmi fare il mio lavoro?Paga!Così gli ho annunciato che da Dicembre (preavviso di quasi 2 mesi) i miei prezzi sarebbero saliti e gli ho fornito il nuovo listino. Lei mi ha risposto picche, ma siccome le regole del gioco le facciamo in due, io ora sono tranquillo che se all'inizio di Dicembre non mi alzano il compenso io mi sentirò libero ed in diritto (avendoli avvisati per iscritto) di abbandonarli. Ovviamente, starà a me decidere se ho più bisogno dei loro soldi o di lavorare bene. E questa non è mai una scelta facile. Morale: Non so quanto questo sia un consiglio saggio, strategico o persino utile. Più che altro è una mia storia personale che ho voluto condividere con te, perché - con i dovuti limiti - l'ho fatto e lo rifarei anche in altre occasioni. Quando i clienti si approfittano di te e della tua professionalità, annuncia un aumento dei prezzi nel futuro. In questo modo eviti inutili discussioni e confronti e mantieni intatta la tua autorevolezza. A quelli che non c'entrano niente, sono tuoi clienti da una vita o non hanno i mezzi, nessuno ti impedisce di mantenere i prezzi come ringraziamento, fare uno sconto o un'offerta speciale.-------------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: "Ergo" by Birocratic - disponibile su Bandcamp:https://birocratic.bandcamp.com/track/ergo• Nella foto di copertina: Sala da pranzo. Nomade resort. Holbox. Messico.• Dammi feedback:critiche, commenti, suggerimenti, idee e domande unendoti al gruppo Telegram https://t.me/@RobinGoodPodcastFeedback• Ascolta e condividi questo podcast:https://www.spreaker.com/show/dabrandafriend • Seguimi su Telegram:https://t.me/RobinGoodItalia (tutti i miei contenuti, immagini, audio e video in un solo canale) • Newsletter:Robingood.substack.com (ENG) Robingooditalia.substack.com (ITA) • Per info e richieste:mailto: Ludovica.Scarfiotti@robingood.it
Die Themen im heutigen Versicherungsfunk Update sind: Talanx lässt Belegschaft Aktien kaufen Nachdem die Teilnahmequote mit 41,7 Prozent bereits im vergangenen Jahr einen Höchststand erreichte, konnte sie beim diesjährigen Belegschaftsaktienprogramm der Talanx nochmals auf 42 Prozent gesteigert werden. In den letzten beiden Septemberwochen konnten die Mitarbeitenden in Deutschland flexibel zwischen drei Programmoptionen wählen. Dabei konnten sie je nach Option bis zu 30, 120 oder 480 Aktien erwerben, die der Konzern entsprechend mit 15 Euro, 7,50 Euro oder 3 Euro je Aktie subventionierte. Insgesamt nahmen 3.789 Mitarbeitende teil, die 250.811 subventionierte Aktien zeichneten. Pensions-Sicherungs-Verein erhöht Beitrag Der Pensions-Sicherungs-Verein VVaG (PSVaG) in Köln hat den Beitragssatz für das Jahr 2022 auf 1,8 Promille (Vorjahr 0,6 Promille) festgesetzt. Aufgrund des schwierigen Kapitalmarktumfeldes sowie geringerer entlastender Effekte hatte der PSVaG Ende des ersten Halbjahres einen Beitragssatz für 2022 über dem Vorjahreswert, aber unter dem langjährigen Mittel (2,7 Promille) erwartet. Diese Entwicklungen haben sich im zweiten Halbjahr weiter verfestigt. Aufgrund des Beitragssatzes von 1,8 Promille und der gemeldeten Beitragsbemessungsgrundlage von 373 Milliarden Euro liegt das Beitragsvolumen der Mitgliedsunternehmen in diesem Jahr bei rund 653 Millionen Euro (im Vorjahr 217 Millionen Euro). AfW bekommt neues Fördermitglied Der Bundesverband Finanzdienstleistung AfW begrüßt mit der Ideal Lebensversicherung a.G. ein weiteres Fördermitglied. Das Unternehmen aus Berlin führte als erster Versicherer in Deutschland eine private Pflegerentenversicherung ein und ist bis heute Marktführer in diesem Bereich. Apella erweitert Führungsteam Philipp Schütz verstärkt seit November als Generalbevollmächtigter für den Bereich Banken die erweiterte Geschäftsleitung der Neubrandenburger Apella AG. Er verantwortet in dieser Funktion die Geschäftssegmente Investment, Finanzierungen und Kapitalanlageimmobilien. Der Finanzfachwirt begann seine berufliche Laufbahn als Selbstständiger im Investmentbanking und sammelte in diesem Bereich Erfahrung im Aufbau von Vertriebseinheiten. Nach zehn Jahren baute er mit Die BeratungsManufaktur sein eigenes Unternehmen auf. Basis-Renten überzeugen im IVFP-Vergleich 77 der 89 untersuchten Basis-Renten-Tarife (86,5 Prozent) erhielten vom Institut für Vorsorge und Finanzplanung (IVFP) eine "sehr gute" oder bessere Bewertung. Konkret erhielten 25 Produkte die Höchstnote und damit eine "exzellente" Bewertung. Weitere 52 Tarife wurden als "sehr gut" eingestuft. Die Gewinner bei der PKV-Ergänzungsversicherung 23 Krankenversicherer konnten im Vorjahr ihren Bestand nach Personen in der PKV-Ergänzungsversicherung ausbauen. Hierbei erzielte die Barmenia den größten Zugang mit einem Plus von 400.314 Personen. Den zweiten Platz sicherte sich die R+V mit + 256.320 Personen. Den dritten Platz die Ergo mit + 59.787 Personen. Das geht aus einer Auswertung der Assekurata Rating-Agentur GmbH hervor.
Herr Meier (Name geändert) hat 2018 die Diagnose "Amyotrophe Lateralsklerose", kurz: ALS gestellt bekommen. Seine Prognose: Er hat nur noch sechs Monate zu leben. Mit dieser Ausgangslage starten wir im Sommer 2018 in die Ergo- und Physiotherapie. "Es ist gut, dass Ihr als Team da seid, um mich zu unterstützten, denn ich habe das Gefühl, mein Körper lässt mich im Stich." - Herr Meier Doch wie gestalten wir eigentlich unsere Therapie, wenn das Lebensende unserer Patient:innen und Klient:innen so absehbar ist? Wie gestalten wir unsere Therapieziele? und Wie gehen wir mit dem Thema "Sterben und Tod" um? Alle diesen Fragen widmen wir uns heute in dieser Podcastfolge. Als Expert:innen haben wir uns zwei Kolleg:innen eingeladen, welche Herr Meier bereits lang begleiten und bereit sind, ihre Erfahrungen mit dir zu teilen. Du hast eine Frage oder einen Fall, der/dem wir für dich nachgehen sollen? Wir sind ganz Ohr! Teile uns deine Wünsche sehr gern hier mit. Triggerwarnung: In diesem Podcast sprechen wir explizit über "Sterben und Tod." Wenn dich diese Themen belasten, höre diesen Podcast lieber nicht oder lieber nicht allein. Hilfe zum Thema "Sterben und Tod" findest du in der Podcastbeschreibung unter therapieexperte.de/episode66. Credits: Unsere Expert:innen in diesem Podcast sind Gino Sayegh, Physiotherapeut und Medizinpädagoge und Maria Wolff, Ergotherapeutin und Bobath-Therapeutin. Beide beschäftigt sich hauptsächlich mit Patient:innen in der Neurologie. Unser Jingle wurde aufgenommen, produziert und zur Verfügung gestellt von Paul Thamm.
Over the last year, I've lost over 2 stone - 14kg or 30lb, to be precise. I say over the last year, truth is I've been trying, unsuccessfully, to lose weight for three years - in fact, since practically forever. Given that most of us want to be somewhat lighter than we are, I thought I'd share my experiences with you today. They may be of some use.BackgroundWhile I don't really like going to the gym, I do quite a lot of exercise, I always have. I run, I play football, I walked the dog, but I always seemed to be 5-6kg (about a stone) heavy than is ideal. I have a sweet tooth, but not as bad as some. I like beer and I like wine (not so much of a spirit man). I also have a tendency to eat and drink late at night, particularly coming home after gigs. I suspect it was a combination of eating too late at night and booze which left me in that semi-permanent state of slightly heavier than I would like.I've tried all sorts of diets in the past. I lost loads of weight on the Atkins diet back in the early 2000s - that's basically a low carb, high protein diet - but I also felt fatigued, weak and, as soon as I stopped, I put all the weight back on again and more.I also lost loads of weight on the 5:2 diet in the 2010s. Again as soon as I stopped fasting, I put it all back on again. I would also piss off my partner on fasting days, by not participating in the communal activity that is eating.After seeing Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead five or six years ago, I did the juice diet and lost more weight more quickly than with any other diet I have done. You can lose as much as a kilo (2 pounds) a day. It's very hard to sustain though, and your kitchen quickly gets swamped with juiced vegetable remains. Again, a few months after stopping, I was back where I was weight-wise and some.Between 2020 and 2021, I took up the 16:8 diet, where you fast 16 hours a day and eat only in 8 hour windows. I would have my first meal at lunchtime - 12-1pm and try not to eat or drink anything after 8 or 9. However, this is hard when you're doing gigs and I often found myself breaking the rules. I lost a couple of kilos, then plateaued. It meant, though, that I got into the fasting state every day, and I got used to the feeling of being hungry. It became normal. Then I actually started putting on weight. I think it's because my body got used to fasting, so it did all the things it did - conserve energy and calories - then I would consume too many calories in the evening, close to bed-time, and so, in this state of efficiency and fasting, the body conserved more calories than it otherwise would have and I ended up putting on weight.I was fatIn September 2021 I went the wrong side 90kg (over 14 stone or 200lb). Too much for a man of my 5ft9 frame. A change of strategy was needed. 16:8 wasn't working, but I was convinced of the efficacy of fasting, so I went back to 5:2.Within a couple of weeks I shed 3-4kg (half a stone), but then I plateaued again. For many months. There was probably still too much of the eating and drinking in the mid to late evenings, especially after gigs, on non-fasting days. I was presenting Headliners on GB news at the time, and I would get home at 1am, not want to go to bed and often then crack open a bottle of red wine. To avoid doing this, I took up fasting on the days I was presenting Headliners. On fasting days, it's best to go to bed early. Presenting a TV show at 11pm having not eaten all day meant I was almost falling asleep, as it ended. Not ideal.I left the show in March or April, and it was after that that the big weight loss suddenly accelerated.In my new less employed state, I had a bit more time on my hands and I took up playing tennis twice a week with a chap I met on Facebook. I had fewer late night gigs, so less late night calorie consumption. I then got involved in a swimming challenge, so I started training for that. I also continued playing football once a week.It was the combination of increased activity and fasting on the same day that made the weight fall off me. I got caught in this virtuous loop. As I started to feel fitter, on my way to tennis, I would cycle up a really steep nearby hill four or five times and get in some HIT. On non-fasting days I now found myself consuming less anyway. I would skip meals, especially breakfast, so found myself doing a mild version of 16:8 as well.England cycling coach Philip Brailsford used to talk about the “aggregation of marginal gains”. So it is with dieting. There are lots of small things you can do, but it is when you put them altogether that the big changes occur. (The same happens in reverse).So here in bullet points is the Dominic Frisby Diet.Subscribe to this amazing publication.1. Indoctrinate YourselfI would say this is almost the most important part. Find a diet that works for you. A lot of people swear by protein diets, for example. I find them too hard to practically sustain. I like fasting. It works. It's proven to work. It's simple: you are either fasting or you are not. On or off. And it only requires effort two days a week, which makes it sustainable.But whatever diet you choose, you need to indoctrinate yourself. Read books, read blogs, watch videos, listen to podcasts, talk on chatboards. Totally brainwash yourself about the efficacy of the diet. You have to believe in it in order to carry it out. (By the way 5:2 works).I'm sure that's why many people on diets witter on about them so much, by the way. They have indoctrinated themselves. You have to. Turn it into a religion.5:2 works really well by the way, if I didn't already mention that. 2 days a week you consume no more than 500 calories (600 if you're a man). The rest of the time you do what you like.2. Habits, habits, habitsFasting is hard at first, but once you turn it into a habit, you barely notice it.Certain little things help. Drink plenty of liquid. It's amazing how often when you think you're hungry you're actually just thirsty. Fill up on water. Hot drinks are especially filling. Tea, herbal tea, coffee, broth. Soups are a good food to eat on fasting days. Cider vinegar is a good appetite suppressant. Stick a desert spoon full in a glass of water when you drink a glass of water in the morning, and you won't be hungry till lunchtime.Coconut oil does a similar trick. Stick a teaspoonful in some hot water or herbal tea.Take lots of exercise, especially on fasting days.Turn the above into habits, so they don't require effort. You just do them.3. Commit to sportExercise is easy to avoid if you do it by yourself. But if, for example, you have a regular tennis partner, or a football team, then suddenly you have an obligation to go and play, even if you don't feel like it and it's cold outside.Commit to some kind of sporting challenge that you have to train for - a cycling challenge, a walking challenge, climbing a mountain, swimming a lake, doing a marathon. Create obligations for yourself, then you'll have to take exercise even when you don't fancy it.Try and cheat it incidental exercise wherever possible - walk instead of driving or getting the bus. Cycle to work. Cycle to meetings if you can. Cycling is a really good sport, particularly for the over 50s. You burn loads of calories (because you are using your legs and your legs are the biggest muscle group), but you don't suffer the joint pain that comes with running. Take up cycling. And get into cycling up hills, you'll be amazed at how good cycling up hills can make you feel.Running is great for weight loss, especially with some HIT (high intensity training) thrown in. At the end of your run, do 4 30 second sprints, ideally up a hill. Swimming is good. You don't burn that may calories, but it is great for building muscle and you feel fab afterwards. I find it hard to run two days in a row - my joints ache too much - but you can run one day, then swim the next quite easily. I bought some scales and a fitness watch, and I am forever looking at my stats. They are good because they keep reminding you to improve. The best time to weigh yourself is first thing in the morning after you wake up - that's the only way to get a consistent measure. Even then it's amazing how much your weight fluctuates.But I cannot understate: the combination of fasting and taking exercise on fasting days will make the weight fall off.4. Avoid stuff that's bad for you.There are two big evils here. The first is booze. Much as I love beer and wine, alcohol is bad for you and the less you drink the better. Drinking also makes you put on weight. Never mind the many calories in wine and beer, it's the poor decisions that follow, which usually involve food and more booze. But not drinking is hard. Alcohol is addictive. Read Kick the Drink Easily by Jason Vale, if you want to give up booze altogether. The beauty of 5:2 is that it stops you drinking - at least on fasting days. Second there is processed food - especially seed oils. I have recently been persuaded by the anti-seed oil arguments. Why is it people are so much fatter today than we were in the 1960s or 1970s? What has been the big change in our diets? I don't believe we are that much greedier than we were forty or fifty years ago. There must be another explanation.The answer lies in food processing and, especially, seed oils - rapeseed oil, canola oil, palm oil, sunflower oil, corn oil, vegetable oil, margarine. You can drive cars on those things. The body can't break them down. That's why they are so effective at preserving the shelf life of food.The big change in our diets is not sugar or carbohydrate, it is these refined fats. They are very difficult to avoid altogether because they are in everything. The food industry and those who regulate it have a lot to answer for. Cut down on seed oils as much as you can. Fried fast food - fish and chips, MacDonalds, KFC - is killer. A lot of that heavily processed vegan plant food is bad too.Don't eat pre-prepared stuff (it's full of those refined oils). Cook with ingredients in as natural a state as possible. Meat, fish and veg cooked in butter and olive oil.Generally speaking, up the protein intake and avoid carbs. Oh, one more food thing: nuts. I used to eat lots of nuts and raisins. I love them with yoghourt and honey - and I thought they were good for you. But I saw a video somewhere with a dude who argued that bears eat loads of nuts when they are trying to fatten up for the winter. Ergo: nuts are very fattening. Just the time my weight loss began to accelerate was when I cut nuts out. Might have been coincidence, but I thought I should mention it.So there we go. Dietary advice from someone who has no qualifications whatsoever, save having lived it. I like 5:2 because it only requires two days of effort. You can do what you like the rest of the week. And the morning after a fasting day, you feel amazing. It's like being young again, you feel so good. It's the opposite of a hangover. My friend Alex calls it, “the inverted hangover”. The more of those things you do and turn into habits (so they require little willpower), the more the rules of compounding and incremental gains work in your favour. It's hard, but when you are sufficiently indoctrinated and the habits entrenched, it all suddenly gets easy. Good luck.Now comes the hard bit. Keeping the weight off.Tell people on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter about this amazing articleDid I mention that he big results come from fasting and exercising on the same day? Or that 5:2 works? Subscribe to this amazing publication and watch your life get 10x better overnight. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit frisby.substack.com/subscribe
Die Themen im heutigen Versicherungsfunk Update sind: Allianz macht mehr Gewinn Die Allianz bestätigt den Ausblick für das Gesamtjahr. Das operative Ergebnis 2022 wird in der oberen Hälfte der Zielspanne von 13,4 Milliarden Euro, plus / minus 1 Milliarde, erwartet. In den ersten neun Monaten des Jahres konnte der Gesamtumsatz um 5,3 Prozent auf 116 Milliarden Euro gesteigert werden. Das operatives Ergebnis erhöht sich im gleichen Zeitraum um 3,2 Prozent auf 10,2 Milliarden Euro. Deurag mit neuem Vertriebsvorstand Stephan Mielke heißt ab 1. Januar 2023 der neue Vertriebsvorstand der Deurag Deutsche Rechtsschutzversicherung AG. Der 46-Jährige folgt bei der Rechtsschutztochter der Signal Iduna Gruppe auf Ulrich Scheele, dessen befristete Vorstandsbestellung wie geplant zum 31. Dezember 2022 ausläuft. Scheele wird dann sein ruhendes Mandat als stellvertretender Aufsichtsratsvorsitzender bei der Deurag wieder aufnehmen. Zudem betreut er weiterhin federführend die freien Vertriebe bei Signal Iduna. Hier wird er sich wieder in vollem Umfang dem weiteren Ausbau des Maklergeschäfts widmen. Canada Life ergänzt Grundfähigkeitsschutz Ab sofort ist die Arbeitsunfähigkeitsklausel fester Bestandteil im Premium Grundfähigkeitsschutz des Versicherers Canada Life. Mit der Gelbe-Schein-Regelung erhalten Neukunden im Versicherungsfall bis zu 24 Monate lang die vereinbarte Monatsrente. Voraussetzung dafür ist, dass die Versicherten für mindestens sechs Monate arbeitsunfähig waren. Alternativ gibt es die Leistung nach vier Monaten Arbeitsunfähigkeit, wenn diese nach ärztlicher Prognose noch zwei weitere Monate fortdauern wird. Die Bescheinigung eines Facharztes brauchen Kunden für die Leistung nicht, eine Arbeitsunfähigkeitsbescheinigung reicht als Nachweis aus. MLP auf Wachstumskurs Der Finanzvertrieb MLP hat seine Gesamterlöse nach neun Monaten im Vergleich zum Vorjahr von 632,2 Millionen Euro auf 674,7 Millionen Euro steigern können. Das 9M-EBIT lag mit 52,2 Millionen Euro über dem Vorjahresvergleichswert von 47,3 Millionen Euro. Hallesche mit neuer Kooperation in der betrieblichen Krankenversicherung Die Hallesche und die Plattform wayly arbeiten künftig bei der betrieblichen Krankenversicherung (bKV) zusammen. Mit dem digitalen Tool wayly haben Arbeitnehmer die Möglichkeit, sich über die betriebliche Altersvorsorge sowie die betriebliche Berufsunfähigkeitsversicherung zu informieren und auf Wunsch online abzuschließen. Ab sofort ergänzt die betriebliche Krankenversicherung mit einer geführten Informationsstrecke das Portfolio. Darin werden den Nutzern in kurzen Erklärvideos sowie FAQs die Funktionsweise und Vorteile der bKV so einfach wie möglich erklärt. Ergo und Celonis vereinbaren strategische Partnerschaft Der Versicherer Ergo und das Softwareunternehmen Celonis sind eine strategische Partnerschaft bis einschließlich 2025 eingegangen. Ziel sei es Prozessabläufe und deren Steuerung innerhalb der Versicherungsgruppe zu optimieren. Neueste Funktionen der Software werden bei Ergo sowohl sparten- als auch länderübergreifend getestet.
La Corea del Nord e i lanci di missili balistici: quali scenari potrebbero aprirsi nell'Indo- Pacifico? Il 4 ottobre un missile balistico sorvola i cieli del Giappone, facendo scattare il sistema di allarme. È la Corea del Nord di Kim Jong-un che ha di recente ripreso i propri lanci missilistici. Quale è stata la risposta internazionale e come questo evento cambierà gli equilibri nell'Indo-Pacifico e gli asset della sicurezza? Ce lo spiegano Ludovica e Flavio in questa seconda puntata di ERGO.
Leadership makes a difference. Will the 25th Amendment be invoked on Biden after the November 8th election? The world is watching us to see how we reestablish leadership, civility, culture, and pride. North Korea has been warned by US and South Korea, that there may be consequences for the recent firing of over 25 test missiles over the country of South Korea. North Korea's Kim Jong-Un has the audacity to ship arms to Russia to attack Ukraine. Biden finds a way to deflect, divert and distract your attention away from his dysfunction and his created border issues. Since January, over 850 illegal migrants trying to cross the border are dead. How many of them were terrorists? Do you remember ‘AOC' crying at the fence at the border for Trump's alleged disregard of the illegal migrants? Shameful. Biden now suggesting that if you don't vote a certain way on November 8, you will destroy our Democracy. Will we get what we deserve? Even Hillary, Barack and the Democrats are threatening Americans, and scaring them to not vote Republican. A lot of repairs to our Constitution are needed with Gene's proposed “Second Bill of Rights”. This is a way of modernizing our Constitution, to remedy the operational dysfunction in Congress, the Department of Justice, and the Administration. Getting it done in Washington won't happen through Congress, because they will not regulate themselves. Ergo…the Convention of States. Democrats have given Americans an ultimatum; either vote for the Democrats to destroy America, or they'll destroy America! Crazy!“I love my country, not my government.” – Jesse VenturaOriginally Aired: WMXI Radio on Friday, November 4, 2022 at 7:15am CSTSeason 1, Episode 73WMXI Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/NewsRadio981Want More Interviews and TruthCasts? Visit: https://genevalentino.com/in-the-news/Learn More About Gene Valentino: https://genevalentino.com/about-gene-valentino/Special thanks to the following source(s) for the image(s) used in this content:https://www.pexels.com/photo/person-dropping-paper-on-box-1550337/Like What You Heard? Join the conversation at https://GeneValentino.com!
We say “there's nothing new under the sun” but I don't think people really sit with what that means. If the flow of time is an illusion and everything exists right now, then nothing is new, period. There's no beginning and no end. Ergo nothing was ever created, everything always has been. Everything that exists has always existed. Everything exists-now. It is just unseen and imperceptible to us while we exist in 3d form. The idea of creation out of nothing is not possible. Our understanding of “creation” is flawed. You cannot create anything, you cannot know anything and you cannot own anything. It is only new to you now, as the conscious observer experiencing it…and more than likely, you may have experienced it a myriad of times before and forgot. Which brings us to the second part of this video: is this world a world where #omniscient gods come to forget and to sleep? Is forgetfulness an intentional function of this world? Youroneblackfriend.com Joliartist.com
Ergo, Bria is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer from Atlanta, Georgia. She is now currently located in Nashville, Tennessee where she Graduated from Belmont University as a songwriting major and plays gigs with her band live bringing audiences intense emotions from the heavy rock, metal, and punk influences to melodramatic, emotionally moving pop, alternative, and indie songs.
Responsorial Psalm24:1bc-2, 3-4ab, 5-6R. (see 6) Lord, this is the people that longs to see your face.The LORD's are the earth and its fullness; the world and those who dwell in it.For he founded it upon the seas and established it upon the rivers.R. Lord, this is the people that longs to see your face.Who can ascend the mountain of the LORD? or who may stand in his holy place?One whose hands are sinless, whose heart is clean, who desires not what is vain.R. Lord, this is the people that longs to see your face.He shall receive a blessing from the LORD, a reward from God his savior.Such is the race that seeks him, that seeks the face of the God of Jacob.R. Lord, this is the people that longs to see your face.
ERGO, BRIA Ergo, Bria is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer from Atlanta, Georgia. She is now currently located in Nashville, Tennessee where she Graduated from Belmont University as a songwriting major and plays gigs with her band live bringing audiences intense emotions from the heavy rock, metal, and punk influences to melodramatic, emotionally moving pop, alternative, and indie songs. ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************* GIO Gio is a 17-year-old Jamaican artist and producer who loves to make all genres of music, at times he tends to be an old soul. Born from a star, destined for greatness. Listening to Gio Mar's "For Love, Songs", yes! These Four love songs are as charmingly clever as the word play in the title of this debut EP. An ode to love might suggest a compilation of slower ballads for some, but each song hits you the wide range of emotions that fresh, dynamic, and vibrant love evokes.
GospelLUKE 14:1, 7-111One sabbath when he went to dine at the house of a ruler who belonged to the Pharisees, they were watching him. 7Now he told a parable to those who were invited, when he marked how they chose the places of honor, saying to them, 8"When you are invited by any one to a marriage feast, do not sit down in a place of honor, lest a more eminent man than you be invited by him; 9and he who invited you both will come and say to you, `Give place to this man,' and then you will begin with shame to take the lowest place. 10But when you are invited, go and sit in the lowest place, so that when your host comes he may say to you, `Friend, go up higher'; then you will be honored in the presence of all who sit at table with you. 11For every one who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted."
Aisha Cipher is an American artist whose art pays homage to life. In her adolescents, she decided that she would attempt to transform her poetry into other art forms. As an adult she had to release many people, places and things in order to pursue herself in art.
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Laurin Meyer und Nando Sommerfeldt über Ernüchterung bei Apple, Euphorie bei SMA Solar und sie warnen vor einer Zinsfalle. Außerdem geht es um Linde, Credit Suisse, Alphabet, Twitter, Snap, Microsoft, Allianz und Ergo. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über firstname.lastname@example.org. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
We are celebrating Ergo month all October long. In this conversation, we speak with Kensington's Lisa Schuiteboer Shuler about the ergonomics trends to look out for and other ways we can celebrate ergonomics throughout the month. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Positive or negative – what you believe is true Even if you don't buy into the Law of Attraction – like gravity, thermodynamics, and other elements of nature – it still exists and does its work whether you are conscious of it or not. This is why what you believe is true. At least, from your unique, one-of-a-kind perspective. Every single person on earth has their own perception of reality. Ergo, we all have unique perspectives on life, the universe, and everything. Toxic attitudes can be both positive and negative. Toxic positivity and negativity exist directly up against their related extreme. That's not where most people exist in any given reality. What you believe is true is as you choose Let me be clear. This isn't literal. Because belief is seldom completely literal. Thoughts, feelings, and intentions exist in each of us individually. You are the only one in your head, heart, and soul - just as much as I'm the only one in my head, heart, and soul. Thus, you alone think, feel, and intend for you. Our subconscious beliefs are why belief is seldom completely literal. How do we take control of our beliefs and our truths? The short answer is mindfulness. When you are mindful, you become consciously aware of what you're thinking, what and how you're feeling, intentions you have, and actions you take related to it all. With that, you gain the ability to take control of your beliefs and choose your truth for yourself. Hence, if you believe in the negative – lack, scarcity, and insufficiency – that's your truth. Conversely, if you believe in the positive – possibility, potential, and abundance – that's your truth. Yes, bad things will still happen. That's life. But you still choose if positive or negative is the dominant direction you face. That, ultimately, is your truth. Thus, what you believe – positive or negative – is true to and for you. This week's Applied Guidance for Mindfulness Tool: This tool is specific to an event. When something happens this week – specifically something unexpected, frustrating, distressing, and generally negative – after your perfectly valid, initial reaction – consider what happened. What you believe – positive or negative – is true. After something bad happens, it's easy to go negative. But you have a choice. So, here's the exercise: 1. Write it down 2. Explain why it generated the emotion it generated 3. Now that you've had some time removed from it, how are you feeling? 4. If negative, can you refocus to find and/or create a positive? This is meant to show you how self-awareness and mindfulness empower you to change any belief you hold. Author Website: https://mjblehart.com Email: email@example.com Instagram Twitter Facebook Blogs: titaniumdon.com and mjblehart.medium.com Cover artist Fe Mahoney: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TaliasInspirations Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ed Price, Principal at Ergo, discusses Liz Truss quitting as UK prime minister after a brief and chaotic tenure that saw her announce a massive package of tax cuts before unwinding most of it in the face of a market rout. Dr. Ian Lustbader, Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU Langone, talks about inflation impacting healthcare costs. New Balance CEO Joe Preston shares his thoughts on supply chain challenges and inflation hitting the footwear and apparel manufacturer. And we Drive to the Close with Eddie Perkin, Chief Investment Officer at Equity at Eaton Vance. Hosts: Carol Massar and Mike Regan. Producer: Paul Brennan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Marcus Ashworth, Bloomberg Opinion columnist, joins the show to discuss Liz Truss' resignation. Ed Price, principal at Ergo, a global intelligence and analysis consultancy, non-resident senior fellow at NYU and former British trade official, joins the show to discuss Truss' resignation. John Authers, Opinion columnist with Bloomberg News, talks about Liz Truss' resignation and global markets. Stephen Carroll, discusses Liz Truss' resignation, its impact on the UK, and how it impacts England and Northern Ireland relations. Tim Craighead with Bloomberg Intelligence on how this is all affecting UK equities. John Micklethwait, Bloomberg News editor-in-chief, on Truss' resignation. Mick Mulroy, co-founder of the Lobo Institute, discusses the Ukraine war and geopolitical implications of Liz Truss' resignation. Hosted by Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Achieving time freedom as an Ergonomic Service Provider takes a bit of planning. In today's episode, Darcie will talk about how you can simplify and streamline your schedule, processes, and manage your ergo service business more effectively.Attend the Thriving Ergo Business webinar happening this November 3, 2022. In this live webinar, I'll show you how to attract more clients, stand out from the crowd, and make more money. Sign up here: www.ergonomicshelp.com/thrive
Craig Swanson is an entrepreneur, CEO, business coach, and founder of CreativeLive, a free-to-use, live online global classroom designed to educate entrepreneurs. He also likens himself as a “secret weapon” as a partner for many online businesses, such as KaisaFit- a fitness movement founded by fitness influencer, Kaisa Keranen. Craig's expertise is focused in helping businesses hit—and succeed beyond—the multi-million-dollar mark. Craig is a dealmaker at the core of all his business endeavors as a serial entrepreneur. This entrepreneurial inclination began at a young age for Craig, having started his own large paper delivery route at the age of 12. As his paper route grew, he knew he wanted to franchise out, and decided to build his own ice cream truck--attached to his bicycle! Young Craig took his business seriously, going so far as to get the appropriate wholesaler licensing. With his creative look at his paper route and desire to expand, Young Craig was able to multitask his business into selling ice cream, while he delivered his 200 papers. Craig sees business as an opportunity for creativity; for instance, not many children would see an opportunity to deliver newspapers from their homemade bicycle ice cream truck! Craig is creative, original, and always seeking new ways to improve things that already exist. Creativity in the Deal The biggest takeaway from Craig's young inauguration into entrepreneurialism, with his combination paper route/ice cream truck, is a question that even highly skilled adult entrepreneurs fail to ask themselves: “I already have a customer base, how can I capitalize more on this customer base, and offer them something new?” Entrepreneurs, at all stages, need to find the same child-like creativity with their business, and should constantly be evaluating the following: Is there a way to further capitalize off my current business and existing customer base? How can I expand my current business to enhance profitability and visibility? Creativity doesn't just include coming up with a product or how you will market your product, it also includes how you're going to build your customer base. For Craig, the creativity behind the product is easy; what he sees as the biggest challenge is how to market it to potential customers, and build that loyal customer base. Creativity in business also includes how to expand or exit your business. For Craig, he sold his first IT business, CreativeLive, to ex-employees in 2010. One might think that making a semi-internal deal such as this doesn't take much creativity, but it's not as clear cut as, for example, an external deal. By selling his business to his ex-employees, some of which had become his competition in the market, he had to work closely with these ex-employees, and build a creative deal. In fact, Craig had a pre-existing deal with an MSP (Manage Service Provider) built to sell his business externally to that third-party buyer; however, he decided he would rather sell to his ex-employees who were interested in buying his business, so he took that initial deal and creatively re-worked it in order to work for the “internal” purchase. For Craig, his first deal wouldn't have gone so smoothly had he not been smart about his employee relationships. Ultimately, his business was sold to former employees of his company, who upon exiting his company, had signed non-compete contracts – as is a relatively standard practice for most businesses. However, even with the employees leaving the company, and signing non-compete contracts, Craig was smart enough to maintain positive relationships with these former employees, especially when they entered the same market in their own capacities. Because of these wise moves regarding his former employees, when it came time for him to sell his company, his former employees approached him to purchase it. He was able to work a creative deal, which was beneficial to all: The ex-employees were able to gain a business they knew. Craig was able to pass on his 25-year-old business to people he trusted. This creative deal allowed Craig to support his family, while he made his transition into his next step in his entrepreneurial career. Playing “Cut-throat; Win-Win” Your mindset and attitude within business is just as important as maintaining good relationships and being creative in your dealmaking. If you expect to lose, you're effectively playing to lose, and no one wants to lose in their business deals. By operating with, as Craig calls it, a “cut-throat; win-win” mindset, Craig is always proceeding like he will succeed with the deal, no matter how bleak it may look. He believes in knowing what you want, pushing the limits to what you need, but never pushing beyond the limits. Ergo, “cut-throat; win-win”: Pushing for what one needs and pushing just a bit harder, so something is on the table for everyone at the end. Confidence is key, but don't let your confidence turn into overzealousness or arrogance. A less than desirable, common occurrence in business, and especially in dealmaking, is overconfidence or worse-straight arrogance. An example of arrogance impeding business would be: A CEO promises a rising employee equity and other benefits. The employee continues to rise the ranks, but never receives the promises made. The employee then leaves the company they started with, taking clients, and leaving behind animosity. This is where the importance of mindset and attitude plays a vital role. Had the CEO not gotten overzealous and continued to make promises they couldn't (or wouldn't) keep to a rising star within their company, they'd have never lost a valuable employee, clients, or created a competitor with a negative relationship. Don't let your ego get in the way. Be confident, know what you want, and certainly push for it, but do not become so arrogant, you abandon your personal principles and become someone so willing to get what you want, you damage your credibility, or worse, damage another person. Evolving Your Decision-Making Skills Craig recalls back to his 25-year IT business, and how he built it to be a business where the boss didn't have to work. How various market dips, and personal business choices required him to essentially sell off his business bit-by-bit to get by, until he finally made the deal with the ex-employees to buy his business. By the time Craig got to the point of starting his next business, he brought in a partner with a 51/49 split ownership. While this worked well, having a virtually equal partnership posed some issues when it came to disagreements on decisions. This is where they brought in a silent CEO with 5% ownership. In bringing in a 3rd party with just 5% ownership, they allowed themselves: A built-in dealbreaker Someone who kept both primary owners responsible and on task Someone who was able to keep both primary owners in a state of due diligence in decision-making More balance when assessing priorities and interests A valuable lesson Craig learned from involving this 3rd party with 5% ownership is that being a creative person can sometimes be a detriment to your business. Just because he had a chronic desire to create and do, does not mean the business needed those things pushed upon it. By having this evolved paradigm for decision-making within their company, Craig was being held accountable and responsible for good decision-making, and making sure his personal priorities and interests were not forced upon the company's priorities or interests. Knowing Your Strengths and EOS® Any successful entrepreneur learns that finding a balance between relationships, decision-making skills and creativity is going to be your golden ticket to strategically and wisely hitting that $1mil a year landmark. Craig's current business is using EOS® (Entrepreneurial Operating System). EOS® is a designed set of concepts and tools with the intent to: Be a complete business management system Empower entrepreneurs to reach their business goals Improve the lives of every individual the business affects. (source: https://usewhale.io/blog/entrepreneurial-operating-system-eos-what-is-it-and-how-to-use-it-to-scale-your-company/) Craig utilizes the EOS® in order to do what he does best: be hands-on. He integrates with emerging entrepreneurs to become a de facto operator to build a business, help them hit the $1mil milestone, and then take his exit to help another emerging business. The important part here is that Craig knows what his strengths and talents are, therefore after he helps businesses build to that $1mil a year milestone, he transitions onto the next entrepreneurial business; he's talented at operating to that milestone, but beyond that point is where his talents and skills become less useful to the company he's helped build, and thus takes a more advisory position, such as a board position. For Craig, the most satisfying experience is building the company to a point where it doesn't need habitual micromanagement. For others, it may be stepping into the operation once the company is much larger, it's all about knowing your strengths, skills and talents, and using them to be the most beneficial to the business being built. This harkens back to the lesson of never letting your ego get the better of you. He recognizes that his strengths are at their best and most joyful for him at the early stages of operation. While he knows he is capable of operating a business beyond his personal $1mil mark that is not where he is at his best or most passionate so he chooses to be self-aware and to not allow his ego to get in his way; he chooses to make sure his strengths are applied in the best way for the business, and not just for him. Reach out to Craig for more:https://craigswanson.org/https://www.linkedin.com/in/creativelive/ Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to find out how deal-ready you are, take the Deal-Ready Assessment today!
Ergo, Bria (also known as Bria McCollum) is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, session musician, and producer from Atlanta, Georgia. She is now currently based in Nashville, Tennessee where she recently graduated from Belmont University with a Degree in Songwriting. She was chosen to play the POP/ROCK showcase performed at the Curb Event Center with top-ranked sponsors including Lighting 100 (Independent Radio Station). Since then she has been mentioned and featured in several magazines, zines, and articles including: “NASHVILLE SCENE MAGAZINE”, "ALT PRESS MAGAZINE", “FT PUNKS”, “PUNKAGANDA PRESS”, “Tear It Down Zine”, “UCLA's Cultural Affairs”, “JUKEBOX TIMES”, and “MUNDANE MAGAZINE". ****************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************Tony Mortley was born in Hawaii. He has traveled widely and has grown up like the Philippines and Hong Kong. He is visually impaired. He loves music and the arts in general. Tony loves to watch dancers and he appreciates the theater in general.*********************************************************************************************************************************** JoPec is a multi-talented musician and producer who was born and raised in Queens New York. Born Joseph Pecorino, JoPec isn't afraid to break the rules and step out with his unique sound and musical flair. His drive, focus, and tenacity has helped him to become a relentless and emerging force in the independent circuit. JoPec's music is the vehicle by which he expresses himself and he creates a high-energy atmosphere with his electric delivery.
Vasárnaponként újra és újra hatalmas sikert arató, teljes mellszélességgel felvállalt műsorunk jön, lát és győz: old school előadásmódunkkal őrületes podcastot varázsolunk az önök fejhallgatójába, érdemi mondanivalónk segítségével pedig bízvást bearanyozzuk a miegymást. „Erre jön egy bögyös álomcsaj, egy minden vitán felül álló csúcsbombázó, az egyik legismertebb hazai szexszimbólum, akit tényleg az egész ország ismer, akinek posztereire és kártyanaptárjaira fantáziál a komplett magyar férfilakosság, majd a maga határozott módján bejelenti, hogy ő is szereti a metal zenét, ő is metalos rocker. Ergo: mindenkinek kuss, vagyunk és maradunk is.” 00.00: Csak így énekel, mint Liam Gallager. 01.30: Gratulálunk Bede Mártonnak az ezer lájkos Twitter-poszthoz 03.30: Nem magyarnak írt dalt Desmond Child, hanem ő maga magyar. Illetve újrahasznosított ötven misiért Schmidt Máriának. 04.30: DJ Shuriken felfigyel Bíró Ica/Metal Lady visszatérésére. 06.20: Zalatnay vs. Bíró Ica. 07.00: Som Lajos némileg apologetikus könyve a Hypós Feri-féle 2-es szektorról. (Innen le is lehet tölteni, de nem ingyen!) 07.30: Milyen hirdetések miatt ne reklamálj a 444 recepcióján nagyon hangosan. 10.15: Öreg emberek régi metálkoncertekről beszélgetnek. 11.00: A Rockinform korszakos cikke Metal Lady visszatéréséről. 13.35: Tetemre hívás: ki hogyan szavazott ujgurügyben az emberi jogok tanácsában? 27.00: És akkor Szaúd-Arábia most kivel van? Azeri hadifogoly-gyilkosságok. 28.30: A világ csendőrének magányossága. 32.00: Iránt a pisztácia miatt nyomják el? 33.00: Kaja Kallas ruszofób rasszista vagy valami más? 37.00: Úszószemüveg. 40.00: Szárítógép wanted! 42.00: Öreg pólósok az uszodában. 44.00: Globális kulturális hatású országok, amelyek sosem voltak világhatalom. 52.00: Összeveszünk a K-popon. 53.30: Jerry Lee Lewis. 58.00: A magyar politikai élet bunkósági versenye. 62.00: Időszerű: iskolai sérelmeink 64.40: PASO: The last adventures of Mango JoeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ergo, Bria (also known as Bria McCollum) is a singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, session musician, and producer from Atlanta, Georgia. She is now currently based in Nashville, Tennessee where she recently graduated from Belmont University with a Degree in Songwriting. Bria strives to break the typical barriers of an artist because of her unique voice and style choices. With her passion for genre-bending, she uses her background as a classical pianist, violist, and violinist to create a completely different arena of music. Much of her work contains deep, yet very literal lyrics about, mental health, heartbreak, love, and society. Bria has started gaining traction since her release in 2020, with "Comfort Zone". She was chosen to play the POP/ROCK showcase performed at the Curb Event Center with top-ranked sponsors including Lighting 100 (Independent Radio Station). Since then she has been mentioned and featured in several magazines, zines, and articles including: “NASHVILLE SCENE MAGAZINE”, "ALT PRESS MAGAZINE", “FT PUNKS”, “PUNKAGANDA PRESS”, “Tear It Down Zine”, “UCLA's Cultural Affairs”, “JUKEBOX TIMES”, and “MUNDANE MAGAZINE". With dedication and determination, she continues to produce, promote, write songs, and book shows in order to live out her passion for music.
This week Marty and Matt discuss: - Mining hosting provider compute north files for bankruptcy https://www.theblock.co/post/172246/compute-north-files-for-chapter-11-bankruptcy - Brink now funding 11 devs https://bitcoinmagazine.com/business/bitcoin-non-profit-brink-funds-11-bitcoin-lightning-developers - Bitnob launches in kenya, integrates mpesa https://www.nobsbitcoin.com/bitnob-kenya-mpesa/ - Strike Raises $80m in New Funding Led https://fortune.com/crypto/2022/09/27/bitcoin-rapid-payment-service-strike-raises-90m-takes-aim-at-visa/ - Swan acquires specter https://www.swanbitcoin.com/swan-acquires-specter-solutions/ - Core Lightning v0.12.1 https://github.com/ElementsProject/lightning/releases/tag/v0.12.1 - BTCPay Server v1.6.11 https://github.com/btcpayserver/btcpayserver/releases/tag/v1.6.11 - Blockstream Jade v0.1.38 https://github.com/Blockstream/Jade/releases/tag/0.1.38 - Electrum v4.3.2 https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/blob/master/RELEASE-NOTES - Samourai Wallet v0.99.98f https://medium.com/samourai-wallet/wallet-update-0-99-98f-db062dd0e1ec - Initial code release for Taro https://lightning.engineering/posts/2022-9-28-taro-launch/ - Bitmatrix brings uniswap-like project to liquid https://blog.liquid.net/bitmatrix-mainnet-is-live/ - TBD partners with Circle https://developer.tbd.website/blog/tbd-circle-partnership/ - When taproot launches to encourage adoption https://whentaproot.org/ - Cloudflare launches free CAPTCHA alternative https://blog.cloudflare.com/turnstile-private-captcha-alternative/ - Hoseki donates $25K to BPI https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/hoseki-announces-donation-to-bitcoin-policy-i[…]-transparency-and-proof-of-reserves-research-301633003.html - Ergo piece on bitcoin privacy in unredacted magazine https://unredactedmagazine.com/issues/004.pdf - Feds seize $86M held in safe deposit boxes in beverly hills https://archive.ph/e5Omu - Major australian isp exposes user details via open api https://www.bankinfosecurity.com/optus-under-1-million-extortion-threat-in-data-breach-a-20142 - BlackRock threatened to halt trading at height of UK market tumult https://www.ft.com/content/0f32fdf3-8823-4a9c-ba70-d087860cfe6c - Stan Druckenmiller comments https://twitter.com/MartyBent/status/1575159503112196101?s=20&t=kSKai-AuztxSYfYl_i95_g - Iran sanctioned even harder - Nordstream pipeline attacked https://twitter.com/anasalhajji/status/1575471322154541068?s=20&t=kSKai-AuztxSYfYl_i95_g Shoutout to our sponsors: Unchained Capital Braiins HodlHodl Upstream Data TFTC Merch is Available: Shop Now Join the TFTC Movement: Main YT Channel Clips YT Channel Website Twitter Instagram Follow Marty Bent: Twitter Newsletter Podcast Follow Odell: Twitter Newsletter Podcast
One of the most vexing things for us as Christians on our walk with God is understanding we continue to exhibit poor behaviors and correcting them. Ergo, we have a bad habit. But trying to kick a bad habit can seem very daunting. How are we supposed to break a habit we've been engaged in for years? Here, the Paradigm Switch is joined by Jireh Batulan to discuss how to go about overcoming bad habits.
And now we present Aimee's first miniseries - "Gilmore Boys," wherein Aimee will discuss the relationship history of our very most favorite characters Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Of the television series "Gilmore Girls." Ergo "Gilmore Boys." Get it? Who made the best Gilmore companion is a very hot topic among the fandom, and we have got some thoughts. Support the show
In this episode of Crypto Over Coffee, Hashoshi breaks down an altcoin native to an underrated layer-1 blockchain that could EXPLODE after the Ethereum Merge displaces a huge amount of proof of work miners that will look for greener pastures. Ergo, among others, stands to gain handsomely from this miner exodus from Ethereum. Here's why... *sponsor* Check out the Mainnet Conference by Messari, and get $300 off your pass to attend using code "HASHOSHI" at checkout: https://mainnet.events/page/2090722/register Sorare NBA waiting list: https://sorare.com/nba Cosmos SDK Groups feature reading material: https://blog.cosmos.network/secret-powers-what-do-the-upcoming-groups-and-gov-modules-enable-964a22f0a9cd --IMPORTANT-- The opinions and information presented in this video are strictly my own, or those of the interviewee featured in the episode, and are not representative of any other individual or entity. The content provided in this video is informational in nature and does not constitute financial advice, advice of any other nature, nor a call to action to purchase cryptocurrency assets of any kind. It is the responsibility of the viewer to conduct independent research and due diligence before making any financial or investment decisions related to the subject matter published on this channel, whether sponsored or unsponsored. Sponsorships, which are clearly disclosed, are informational in nature and do not constitute a call to action to purchase cryptocurrency, nor a direct endorsement from Hashoshi. This channel does not offer the purchase or sale of securities. Hashoshi is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused by, alleged to be caused by, or in connection with the use of or reliance on any content, goods or services mentioned in this published media. Timestamps: 0:00 Welcome to Crypto Over Coffee! 0:34 This altcoin could EXPLODE after The Merge... $ERG 5:48 (Sponsor) Check out Messari's Mainnet Conference! 6:34 Coinbase just sued the US Treasury Department! 9:17 Algorand launches a massive network upgrade 11:16 Fidelity to launch a Bitcoin trading platform 12:30 Sorare is launching NBA basketball NFT-based fantasy game 14:20 This new Cosmos SDK module is *critical* for adoption 15:55 404: The LUNC Speculator Circus (Terra LUNA's Ghost) 19:23 The *NEW* Crypto Q&A show! 20:05 Watch next: The RISKS of the Ethereum Merge!
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Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Toby Ord's The Scourge, Reviewed, published by ColdButtonIssues on August 30, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Cross-posted from Cold Button Issues. On a recent Wednesday afternoon, I was having lunch with a friend and mentioned that some of my friends donated money to buy bed nets to prevent malaria. “Waste of time,” my friend said. “Do bed nets not work?” I asked. “Oh, that's not it. Rather, people in developing countries just don't have moral standing. People say that all lives are of equal worth, but they'd rather go on a nice vacation than donate enough to save a life through an effective charity, which I've heard costs $5,000.” She then showed me her new emerald brooch (market value: $5,001). “And even if we thought people were just dumb about charity, we would still expect politics to revolve around global poverty if all lives were of equal worth, and it doesn't. Deep down, we all know foreigners don't matter.” Then I ate my veal entrée. People have told me that animal suffering is wrong, but since they seemed to rarely act on that claim, I had concluded that animal suffering was no big deal. Anyways, this is a review of Toby Ord's The Scourge. Ord's Argument Moral indifference justifies itself. Or at least that is Ord's argument when it comes to embryos. Some argue that human embryos have just as much moral worth as the normal, walking around type humans. Some religious people use the phrase “womb to tomb,” indicating that a human life is a human life, from conception to death. Some argue against embryos having equal value to walking around type humans, by appeals to intuition or incredulity- it's a clump of cells! Others point out that embryos lack some features that might make people morally valuable- desires, consciousness, self-identity, friendships with others. Ord instead poses a thought experiment: if a new disease emerged that caused the vast majority of human deaths and targeted the young, would responding to such a nightmarish pandemic be the instant priority of all humanity? Yet if human embryos matter just as much as normal humans and we now know that the majority of embryos suffer spontaneous abortions, why is there no outcry? Why do people claim that life expectancy in the United States is near 80 years of age, instead of acknowledging that life expectancy from conception is remarkably low? Ord produces this helpful life expectancy chart from conception. If embryos really mattered, people would care about the vast number of embryos that die naturally. Ord argues that the “marked lack of curiosity about what is claimed to be of immense importance suggests that even now, few people really believe that full moral status begins at conception.” People barely care about this, so embryos matter little or none. Therefore, Ord argues, appeals to the value of human embryos to argue against abortion or IVF fail. Extensions An obvious extension of Ord's claim is the field of global poverty. Many people say that your moral worth doesn't depend on where you live or that your obligation to others doesn't depend on a shared race, nationality, regional proximity, or language. However, almost everyone acts like lives are not of equal value, ergo, they are not. The number of animals suffering in factory farms is immense. Only a small number of people are vegans and only a trivial number of people are full-time animal welfare activists or factory farm saboteurs. Ergo, animal suffering is no big deal. Now and then, some people will say we should care about future generations. While people do appear willing to make some sacrifices for their children and grandchildren it doesn't normally extend much further than that. As I rested in my mansion's east wing (paid for by mortgaging my great-grandchildren's future!), I read a book another friend had recommended, coin...
In this episode of Beauty Business Strategies, we are joined by Robert Reed and Brock Goldberg from Ergo for a compelling discussion about communication, collaboration, and consistency. We dive into how the age of social media has changed the industry's mindset from “we” to “me” and how that shift has affected team dynamics, communication styles, inspiration, and goal-setting. Tune in for some words of wisdom on how to build stronger teams, plan for the future, and get the magic back in your salon, spa, or medspa!0:40 - Introductions2:50 - The industry is changing…what happened?6:00 - There's no “I” in “team” - How individualism affects inspiration and team dynamics8:55 - The secret ingredient to bringing the industry back together11:13 - Inertia - How to maintain momentum and create stronger teams14:55 - Words of wisdom for business owners16:49 - How to empower your team18:16 - Discovery benefits everyone19:00 - The Ergo Approach21:33 - Goals vs. Aspirations26:18 - The beauty industry's blind spot29:34 - What about tomorrow?33:00 - Closing comments & how to connect with ErgoWatch the video version of this episode: https://youtu.be/Gdt4fvHRD8sListen to the audio version of this episode on your favorite podcast platform: https://strategies.com/podcast/To learn more about how Strategies can help you create more profit, fun, and growth potential for you, your business, and your team, we invite you to schedule a free 60-minute strategy session:Schedule a free 60-minute strategy session: https://bit.ly/3OBHURHStrategies: https://www.strategies.comSalon/Spa Business Coaching: https://strategies.com/memberships/In-Person Salon/Spa Seminars: https://strategies.com/seminars/Online Salon/Spa Training: https://strategies.com/upcoming-onlives/Incubator Seminar: http://go.strategies.com/incubatorPodcast: https://strategies.com/podcast/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/strategies4biz/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/strategiesTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@strategies4bizTo learn more about Ergo Styling Tools, visit: https://ergostylingtools.com/The Beauty Business Strategies Podcast is designed to give salon, spa, medspa, barbershop, and lash studio owners, just like you, quick tips to make more money, inspire your team and create world-class client experiences.If you liked this episode, hit like, follow or subscribe. And, if you think someone else could benefit from this video, please click the share button. We're sure they'll appreciate it.
In this episode of Crypto Over Coffee, Hashoshi shares 3 altcoins he is accumulating during the crypto crash. BTC, ETH and altcoin markets fell after a brief relief rally, stoking fears of yet another plunge into a deep crypto winter (bear market). Hashoshi also discusses Canada's latest crypto regulation, Algorand tech updates, Ergo mining, Ethereum merge, and more crypto news! *sponsor* Check out the Mainnet Conference by Messari, and get $300 off your pass to attend using code "HASHOSHI" at checkout: https://mainnet.events/page/2090722/register VanEck's Cosmos Bull Case: https://www.vaneck.com/us/en/blogs/digital-assets/matthew-sigel-why-we-are-bullish-on-atom/ ⚠️ Important ⚠️ The opinions and information presented in this video are strictly my own, or those of the interviewee featured in the episode, and are not representative of any other individual or entity. The content provided in this video is informational in nature and does not constitute financial advice, advice of any other nature, nor a call to action to purchase cryptocurrency assets of any kind. It is the responsibility of the viewer to conduct independent research and due diligence before making any financial or investment decisions related to the subject matter published on this channel, whether sponsored or unsponsored. Sponsorships, which are clearly disclosed, are informational in nature and do not constitute a call to action to purchase cryptocurrency, nor a direct endorsement from Hashoshi. This channel does not offer the purchase or sale of securities. Hashoshi is not responsible, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused by, alleged to be caused by, or in connection with the use of or reliance on any content, goods or services mentioned in this published media. ⏰ // Timestamps // ⏰ 0:00 Welcome to Crypto Over Coffee 0:38 Altcoin Pick #1 3:23 Altcoin Pick #2 5:02 Altcoin Pick #3 7:37 Bitcoin prediction: what will BTC do? 9:43 Check out Messari's Mainnet Conference! (Sponsor) 10:26 Algorand amazing cryptographic accomplishment 11:52 404: Canada Crypto Craziness 14:50 Ergo ERG mining after Ethereum Merge? 17:16 How to find new crypto projects and research them 20:06 Web3 scams 22:07 How to choose validators to stake to 25:29 Check out my bear market analysis next!
Bia, Felipe, Roberta e Rodolfo começaram o episódio de hoje falando sobre a proposta da B3 de ampliação de diversidade nos conselhos das empresas listadas na Bolsa. Deste tema, saltaram para uma pesquisa da Bienal do Livro sobre como os leitores escolhem seus títulos. Em seguida, na pergunta do ouvinte um tema pessoal sobre homens que dão aquela conferida indiscreta na mulherada. Pra encerrar, dicas culturais, que estão descritas abaixo. - Cazão no Café da Manhã da Folha: https://emprc.us/0LCi2t- Uma estrangeira entrevista Michele Prado: https://emprc.us/HtJQN0- A Morte da Expertise, de Tom Nichols- Todos os Homens do Presidente, na Apple TV- Newsletter GZero, de Iam Bremmer: https://emprc.us/yYqdMU- Black Bird, na Apple TV- Cada dia mais perto, de Irvin D. Yalom- O Poder de se Arrepender, de Daniel H. Pink- Instagram @LucianaBPHaddad- TripFM: o que a morte nos ensina sobre a vida: https://emprc.us/zm8m7Z
Austin from AnetaBTC joins me on this episode provides us with an update on the AnetaBTC, the protocol that will be deliver wrapped BTC to Cardano and Ergo blockchains.Full show notes at: https://learncardano.io/ep056
The final trailer before the release of episode 1 of ergo antz, a supernatural thriller podcast written by sam sarkisian and emma arbor. A young woman documents strange and disturbing experiences that have begun to plague her. Although she is unaware of their source, there are unknown forces at work that may hold answers, or simply exist to her torment. Amidst these subtle preternatural spinnings, a well-meaning boyfriend tries to navigate the influx of psychological and physical changes in his beloved partner. And before they knew it, they became immersed in happenings far more mysterious, far more unnatural, and far more sinister than either of them had ever imagined. It started with the antz…
Can you really call yourself a retro movies podcast without reviewing the epic '80s film flop that refuses to die? At long last, Shat The Movies is digging its glaive into "Krull." On paper, this movie should have been the next "Star Wars." It has a massive budget, plush set design, a rousing James Horner musical score, freakin' lasers, a handsome lead, a strong princess, a wise mentor, mystical powers, an impenetrable stronghold, galactic consequences, a legendary weapon and Liam Neeson. But "Krull" showed just how hard it is to bring fantasy concepts to the silver screen. In this episode, the Shat Crew discusses how the "Krull" movie posters misled Big D, how less is more when it comes to special effects, why thieves and brawlers are so eager to join perilous quests, why geography matters in movies, and whether "Krull" delivered the worst action scenes in Shat The Movies history. SUBSCRIBE Android: https://shatpod.com/android Apple: https://shatpod.com/apple All: https://shatpod.com/subscribe CONTACT Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://shatpod.com/movies Leave a Voicemail: Web: https://shatpod.com/voicemail Leave a Voicemail: Call: (914) 719-7428 SUPPORT THE PODCAST Donate or Commission: https://shatpod.com/support Shop Merchandise: https://shatpod.com/shop Theme Song - Die Hard by Guyz Nite: https://www.facebook.com/guyznite