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Unbecoming with Phoebe Mroczek
T3 Framework for Getting What You Want

Unbecoming with Phoebe Mroczek

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 42:57


While last year was focused on "falling in love," my theme for 2022 is circling back to a concept I came up with a few years ago... but with one important change. Often our natural inclination is to want things outside ourselves, such as money, a home, a partner, a business... But real fulfillment is created by cultivating more clarity and a deep sense of peace and acceptance within. How do you do this?  This episode will guide you through the questions inside my T3 framework to growth, transformation and getting what you want. And for the women ready for a 2022 transformation, a "glow up," or more support this year, listen to the end for a special bonus.       

Becoming Bulletproof with Tracy O'Malley
EP211: The Top 5 Reasons Your Business Needs to Integrate the Framework of the Enneagram

Becoming Bulletproof with Tracy O'Malley

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 27:55


Teamwork really does make the dream work. But collaborating with people who aren't wired like you can be a challenge.And while the Enneagram is a useful tool for understanding yourself and your team members, knowledge isn't enough. So, how can you apply the framework of the Enneagram to change your organization for the better? On this episode of The Leadership Formula, I share the top five reasons why your business needs to integrate the Enneagram and describe the benefit of using the framework to make sense of conflict within a team.I explain how the Enneagram improves working relationships, team productivity and communication, exploring how an understanding of what motivates your team helps you bring out the best in them.Listen in for insight on using the Enneagram to build organizational integrity, develop talent in your organization and initiate positive culture change. What You Will Learn Why your business needs to integrate the framework of the EnneagramThe top 3 reasons people stay with an organizationThe benefit of using the Enneagram to make sense of conflict/challenges within a teamHow the Enneagram improves working relationships, team productivity and communicationHow understanding what motivates your team helps you bring out the best in themHow the Enneagram helps build organizational integrityHow leaders can use the Enneagram framework to develop talent in an organizationThe role integrating the Enneagram plays in positive culture changeConnect with Tracytracyomalley.comwww.instagram.com/tracy_omalleywww.facebook.com/tracy.omalleytwitter.com/TracyOMallwww.linkedin.com/in/tracy-o-malley/Resources Tony Robbins:https://www.tonyrobbins.com/Billions:https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4270492/Learn More About Enneagram Team Workshops:http://tracyomalley.com/workshops/Email info@tracyomalley.com

Everything Is Marketing
Adam DuVander — Developer Marketing & The DEV Content Framework

Everything Is Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 70:59


On the show today is Adam DuVander. Adam is the founder of Every Developer and author of Developer Marketing Does Not Exist.I wanted to bring him on because developers are perhaps one of the most difficult segments to market to. How dev tools get discovered, trialed, and implemented are very unique to other software.You'll hear about why content is at the heart of developer marketing, common mistakes made when marketing a developer-first product, and the parallels of developer marketing to no-code and web3.More on Adam: @adamd on Twitter Every Developer Developer Marketing Does Not Exist Sponsored by Agorapulse, Ahrefs, The Juice, and 42/Agency — These are the Swipe Files sponsors for all of 2022. If you want to support the show, check them out and tell them Corey sent you.

Framework with Jamie Hopkins
Kate Healy: Creating a More Diverse and Equitable Industry

Framework with Jamie Hopkins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 51:39


This week, Jamie Hopkins and Ana Trujillo Limon talk with Kate Healy, Managing Director of Generation Next at TD Ameritrade Institutional, about upholding a client-first focus in financial advising, bringing flexibility in the workplace to cater to diverse talents, and utilizing metrics in elevating diversity and inclusion campaigns. You can find show notes and other information at CarsonGroup.com/Framework.

Success Through Failure with Jim Harshaw Jr | Goal Setting, Habits, Mindset and Motivation for  Sports, Business and Life
#335 How to Be Prepared for Anything: A Framework For Being Ready For The Ups and Downs of Life

Success Through Failure with Jim Harshaw Jr | Goal Setting, Habits, Mindset and Motivation for Sports, Business and Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 19:31


Action Plan: https://jimharshawjr.com/ACTION Free Clarity Call: https://jimharshawjr.com/APPLY What if, seconds from now, you receive news that will forever alter your life? What would you do? How prepared are you? How prepared are you for the ups and downs of life? Are you prepared to navigate your family through a pandemic?Through a tragedy?Or something really challenging and tough? In this episode, we'll talk about what it means to be ready physically, mentally, and even spiritually for anything. By the end of the episode, you'll have a framework to follow so that you're more than ready to swing every time life throws you curveballs. We're not just talking about preparedness for a disaster or power outage, but it's also about the broader sense for what life can throw at you— which might mean a fight with your spouse, rolling your ankle, or a global pandemic.  Ready, set… tune in now! If you don't have time to listen to the entire episode or if you hear something that you like but don't have time to write it down, be sure to grab your free copy of the Action Plan from this episode— as well as get access to action plans from EVERY episode— at http://www.JimHarshawJr.com/Action. 

Casa DeConfidence Podcast
Melissa Slemp - Managing Type 1 Diabetes with the SHRED Framework

Casa DeConfidence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 59:10


I would like to introduce you to our next Casa DeConfidence Podcast guest, Melissa Slemp. She is a wife, mom, type 1 diabetic, certified health coach, and personal trainer. How did she get on this path, you ask?Melissa was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at just 14 years old. As I am sure you can imagine, managing diabetes as a young teenager was a struggle. However, Melissa didn't let that slow her down. She took the time to learn about her body and what it needs. After finding her balance, she wanted to share that with other busy working women.   ​So, Melissa created the S.H.R.E.D. Framework, a foundation of 5-Key Intentions, easy steps to build your core health strategy.  Practicing these steps consistently has helped her thrive through diabetic retinopathy, menopause, empty nest, and life's curve balls, all while balancing blood sugar.  Here is what she said, ​“I have lived with insulin dependent diabetes (type 1) for 39 years. Through personally understanding the daily challenges of this chronic disease, I decided to specialize in this area to help other women achieve full health. I love to support clients in balancing their nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle routine, in this crazy journey called life!”I encourage you to join us on this week's podcast episode to learn more about balancing health and happiness, whether you are challenged by diabetes or not. Her words of wisdom and methods is suitable for all levels of health and wellness, diabetes or not. P.S. Her Low Carb Snack, Date Nut-Butter Bites, look amazing! I can't wait to make them for myself!Connect with Melissa:- Website- Twitter - Facebook - Instagram- LinkedIn- PinterestSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/CasaDConfidence)

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting
Pennsylvania Woodsman - Laying Hunting Property Framework with Food Plots

Sportsmen's Nation - Whitetail Hunting

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 52:54


Sticking with the private land property design series, this week's episode Mitch talks about the importance of food; specifically, food plots.  Food plots are one of the most talked about topics in the hunting industry which can become repetitive and boring.  But the fact is, if you have private hunting land, they are EXTREMELY important.  Picking up where we left off with the foundation of property access, the next most important piece is implementing food plot programs that work all season long.Too often, landowners believe food plot programs cannot have a major impact to the local herd and their hunting encounters.  This could not be further from the truth – even on micro sized parcels of 10 acres or less!  The key is proper placement, species, coupled with excellent access and hunting strategy.  As the season comes to an end, now is the best time for planning new plots or changing old plot programs.  That is because your experiences of last hunting season are fresh in your mind, and in-depth post-season scouting can guide your plot lay out and design.  Start scouting and planning now! Pennsylvania Woodsman is Powered by Simplecast

Performance Marketer
Framework - The Way to Stay on Track

Performance Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 17:55


Today, we're going to talk about the concept of frameworks. Since I started helping people, one of the things I've struggled with the most is my prominent ADD. You know what that means - having trouble focusing attention, crazy running around and doing 25 things at once. When I focus, that's when I'm at my best. Once I laser focus on something, I kill it! When I'm all over the map, I half-arse everything, and I don't get anything done. I want to avoid the latter scenario here where I'm trying to teach you things that might be complicated… or you may feel overwhelmed. So, I decided to start off with something that will keep me on track - creating frameworks. They will allow me to simplify things and help me focus when I get lost in my digressions. Plus, we can easily go back to what I've already explained just by glancing through the framework.Tune in for the new episode as I'm diving into the importance of the framework concept, what frameworks within frameworks mean, and how you can use them in your own business.Let's jump in!Key Takeaways:Intro (00:00)What does a framework mean? (02:29)A box within a box (03:44)AISTP traffic framework (08:14)The three types of customer objections (according to Russell) (12:00)I'm giving you a system that works (15:49)Additional Resources:- Eric Beer's One Affiliate Offer Challenge- Sign up for the SurveyDetective VIP Waitlist (Coming Soon)---Connect with Eric!- Join Eric's Text Community: 917-636-1998- Eric's website: https://ericbeer.com- Follow Eric on Instagram.- Subscribe to Eric's YouTube Channel.---Follow the podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, TuneIn, or anywhere else you listen to your podcasts.If you haven't already, please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts!

The Corporate Dropout Podcast
60. Business Tip with Lauren Golden: The FREEDOM Framework

The Corporate Dropout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 14:21


ClickFunnels' two-comma club member and founder of the Free Mama Movement, Lauren Golden, takes us through her framework to establishing freedom.Time Stamps: [1:10] About freelancing [4:05] F is for foundation [4:11] R is for relationships [4:25] E is for expertise [4:51] E is for exposure [5:47] D is for discipline [6:41] O is for overcoming obstacles [7:45] M is for momentum [8:32] FRE in more detail --Offers:Legal Templates from Not Your Father's LawyerWhat you track grows! Visit 90dayhabits.co and grow what matters in your business by grabbing a copy of the 90 Day Habits Journal today! Use code CITRO for 10% offConnect with Lauren:WebsiteFacebook PageFacebook GroupFree Mama TVInstagramLinkedInPinterestConnect with Alessia:Text me! 949.541.0951Instagram: @corporatedropoutofficial and @alessiacitro__TikTok: @alessiacitro__Show Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this out on Apple Podcasts at The Corporate Dropout Podcast Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast or join the network, hit up @upstarterpods on Instagram! 

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick
Spiritual Thought Leadership | Kristoffer "KC" Carter | 366

Leveraging Thought Leadership with Peter Winick

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 19:48


What role can yoga and meditation play in the business world? Can leaders use these unconventional methods as an epic spiritual guide? How do you use empowering techniques to coach executives and corporations toward greater success? Today our guest is  Kristoffer "KC" Carter, author of Permission to Glow: A Spiritual Guide to Epic Leadership, which outlines the first of four permissions that will create a long-term framework for Kristofer's works.   He's the author of Permission to Glow: A Spiritual Guide to Epic Leadership, as well as an international speaker and retreat leader who teaches at the intersection of consciousness and business. We begin our conversation by exploring what KC means by "spiritual leader," and how meditation connects to business and thought leadership. Techniques like yoga and Transcendental Meditation are being used by high-profile CEOs around the world, and KC's methods bring those insights into the business world. KC discusses the ways that spirituality and meditation are critical to business leadership, and how he's pushing past the barriers of skepticism to bring deep insights to leaders from the Fortune 100 as well as newly-minted start-ups. He uses mindset to help leaders find clarity, and commit to the things that energize, inspire, and ignite them. KC's deep knowledge of instructional design is being put to good use, creating a strong thought leadership IP that is teachable, and requires only 15 minutes a day for leaders to change their lives. He shares details on his coaching certification program, allowing others to manage relationships within their organization and take back control of their lives. If you are curious about how spiritually can give your business a boost, KC's insights and thought leadership are a great place to start. Listen in, and it might just make your life epic, too! Three Key Takeaways: ·         Help organizations justify the expense of bringing in your thought leadership by providing benchmarks, methods for measuring success, and hard data to back up your content. ·         Creating a program of certified coaches to deliver your Thought Leadership is a great way to take your message to scale. ·         Without proper instructional design, your thought leadership programs could feel like nothing more than speaking notes. Take some time, and prepare for success!

The Champion Mindset
Progress Takes Framework - Episode 94

The Champion Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 17:29


I cannot stress enough the importance of making a schedule for your day, goals, and life. If you don't lay the framework, how are you supposed to build? Today I give you some key steps on laying that framework and making the progress you want. I am taking applications for my next Transformation Program! Apply here: https://tcmathletics.com/champion-mindset-transformation-application/

Mapped Out Money
Framework to Choose Your Best Budgeting Method

Mapped Out Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 28:49


#070: Figure out the best budgeting tool to achieve your goals without overcomplicating your life. Visit mappedoutmoney.com/070 to take the quiz.  Featured Links: Sponsor - Ahead In 100 - aheadin100.com Take the quiz - mappedoutmoney.com/070 Reactive Budgeting: Mint - https://mint.intuit.com/ Proactive Budgeting: Anti-Budget (Paula Pant article) - https://affordanything.com/anti-budget-or-80-20-budge/ Excel/ Google Sheets YNAB - https://www.youneedabudget.com/ Qube - https://qubemoney.com/ Stuff We Like - Seinfeld on Netflix  Some featured links may be affiliate links. If you use them, Mapped Out Money may get a small commission — but there is no extra cost to you. To learn more about the show, please visit https://mappedoutmoney.com

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
How to Crush Your 2022 Goals with Harlan Hammack, Ep. 364

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 31:47


Harlan Hammack is an award-winning speaker, author, trainer, and business coach. For the past 5 years, Harlan has focused on Business and Leadership Coaching for executives, entrepreneurs, and small business professionals; helping good managers to become GREAT leaders. His programs help leaders develop “managerial courage” to have the difficult and sometimes dangerous conversations with employees that help transform their businesses and build world-class teams that ensure productivity and profitability.   Let's dive in to learn more about leadership and goal setting.   Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List   [00:01 – 05:03] Opening Segment  Harlan talks about his background. How he moved from the consulting space to coaching. Why he decided to be a business coach. [05:03 – 11:04] Delegation Harlan talks about how he helps entrepreneurs. He talks about the limiting beliefs that entrepreneurs have and how to overcome them. The importance of delegating work. What you should do to find the talent to delegate work to. The importance of focusing on employee engagement. Why having an apprentice means having a good employee.  [11:04 – 26:18] Harlan's Framework for Goal Setting Harlan talks about his podcast “The Courage to Lead” and the idea behind it. Goal setting and being productive. Why it's so important to move towards something rather than moving away when setting goals. Harlan talks about his RSSCO framework and what it stands for. Why you should have multiple strategies when setting goals. The importance of being specific when setting goals. Harlan talks about some of the unintended outcomes that entrepreneurs encounter.   [26:18 – 31:46] Round of Insights Apparent Failure: Declaring bankruptcy.   Digital Resource: Acuity Scheduling.   Most Recommended Book: Entrepreneurial Operating System   Daily Habit:  Journaling   #1 Insight for Leadership: You can't quit. You've got to plough through.   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Atlanta: Palmers   Contact Harlan: To reach out to Harlan and learn more about his coaching services go to www.ib4e-coaching.com and don't forget to check out his podcast “The Courage to Lead”.   Tweetable Quotes: “To motivate an employee you can threaten them - that may get them to move right then but it's not going to keep them motivated.” - Harlan Hammack “As a manager, as a leader, take that time to talk to your employees and engage with them.” - Harlan Hammack “All businesses need to set up their core values and make sure that their employees are trained up.” - Harlan Hammack   Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.

Bringing Intimacy Back with Dr. April
Season 10 Episode 51: Authentic Power w/ Ashley Bernardi

Bringing Intimacy Back with Dr. April

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 56:50


Happy New Year 2022!    This Year the Bringing Intimacy Back will be starting a variety of new avenues to improve the show to make it more accessible and informative for our audience.  Since Intimacy is our core, an exciting new addition to our team has been our new Co-Host – Coach Kay – Founder and Owner of Love and Intimacy 101. She joined us at the end of December last year The BIB show is LIVE @ 3:00-4:00 pm ET Thursday's on several platforms . In 2022 we want to interact with Q&A , so please enter your comments and questions in our comment box and hopefully we ask your questions on the air!   We welcome our returning Guest Ashley Bernardi the author of Authentic Power - In Authentic Power: Give Yourself Permission to Feel, accomplished entrepreneur, journalist, publicist, and award-winning podcaster Ashley Bernardi continues the brave work of these great thought leaders by teaching you that your darkest hours are disguised opportunities to uncover and process, feel, heal, and grow. Bernardi's personal journey began when she witnessed her father's sudden death at age eleven. Years later, a mysterious illness began a personal quest toward healing and taught her that trauma and adversity can be sources of strength and self-discovery. Through daily affirmations and writing prompts, you will discover Ashley Bernardi's F.E.E.L. Framework: ●     Focus ●     Enter ●     Experience ●     Learn “Don't forget to follow us on social media! https://youtube.com/c/BringingIntimacyBack Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

TyePod
Episode 82. A Sustainable Framework for Online Businesses - The Triple Bottom Line Approach

TyePod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 16:56


Zero To 5000
Best of 2021: Approach a Problem with Curiosity - Matt Wursta, Wursta

Zero To 5000

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 46:48


Another inspiring conversation on the Zero to 5000 Podcast today.   We were joined by Matt Wursta, the Founder and CEO of Wursta.   We discussed: - Finding a good hire is culture related. - Framework to navigate relationships with. - "Approach a problem with curiosity." Thanks for Listening. Be sure to join our monthly email. One life-changing email to help you with your mindset, your methods, and your mission each month.

The Tolkien Road
0273 » Ainulindalë » Silmarillion 2022 » Music of the Ainur, Melkor, Ilúvatar

The Tolkien Road

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 66:04


In episode 273, we explore the Middle-earth Creation myth, "Ainulindalë", otherwise known as the Music of the Ainur. “Ainulindalë” is one of the most fascinating legends that Tolkien wrote, and it introduces key characters and themes into the legendarium. Furthermore, it sets the stage for everything that comes after, from the First Age to the Third (and beyond)! If this is your first time reading it, you're in for a big treat! Join us as we discuss "Ainulindalë"!WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE ***THIS EPISODE WAS RELEASED 2 DAYS EARLY AND AD-FREE FOR OUR BELOVED PATRONS!*** » https://patreon.com/tolkienroadEXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: John R, Kaitlyn of Tea with Tolkien QUOTE OF THE WEEK: "I don't believe in absolute evil, but I do believe in absolute good." - Tolkien, 1962 » https://twitter.com/BBCArchive/status/1477973020903821313CONTENTS- Quote of the Week » 2:45- Tolkien's Description of Ainulindalë from the Waldman Letter » 4:30- Characters & Setting » 7:20- The Framework of Ainulindalë » 11:45- The Music of the Ainur » 13:55- Introducing Melkor » 17:55- The Vision of Arda & History » 27:30- The Reality » "Eä! Let these things Be!" » 35:35- Tolkien's Overture - Concerning the Music of the Ainur » 54:58- Ainulindalë Haiku » 57:37HELPFUL LINKS:- buy The Silmarillion » https://amzn.to/3FOKAY5- listen to Tolkien's Overture » https://youtu.be/nmmbpbFrBQA- buy Tolkien's Overture » https://tolkiensoverture.com/- Evan Palmer's “Ainulindalë” graphic novella » http://www.evanpalmercomics.com/ainulindale- Evan Palmer interview » https://youtu.be/JhagbPqiRcw- Ainulindalë 2015 » Our discussion from episode 2 » https://youtu.be/IOHfDZsdg4Y- Book of Lost Tales I » Episode 234 » https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFFm1KvPHZc SPECIAL THANKS:- John R- Kaitlyn of Tea with Tolkien- Ms. Anonymous- Andrew T- Redhawk- Shannon S- Brian O- Emilio P- Zeke F- James A- James L- Chris L- Chuck F- Asya V- Ish of the Hammer- Teresa C- David of Pints with Jack- Jonathan D- Eric S- Joey S- Eric B- Johanna T- Mike M- Robert H- Paul D- Julia- WertyAS WELL AS THOSE CELEBRATING THEIR PATRON ANNIVERSARY THIS MONTH (JANUARY OF 2022) » Tyler W, Mike M, Elina V, Richard K, Melanie, Scott W, Jason T, David G, John R

Making Math Moments That Matter
Why Our Existing Resources Need To Change & How To Do It Easily

Making Math Moments That Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 45:09


In this episode, Jon & Kyle take a deep dive into how we can make our existing curriculum resources be it a textbook or worksheets into curious lessons that students lean in to learn. Specifically, we'll be talking about why Sparking Curiosity is such an important part of the Make Math Moments 3-Part Framework and some strategies for the types of problems you might choose to transform. You'll learn: Why our existing resources need to change, but should not be thrown out;Why curiosity is such an important part of the 3-part Framework and how it not only helps draw in students, but also primes their brains for new learning;How to quickly identify problems from your resources that are easier to transform than others; and,Where you can go to dive even deeper into overhauling your approach to lesson design.What are you waiting for? Let's dive into this deep dive lesson on Why Our Existing Resources Need To Change & How To Do It Easily! Resources: Register: Transforming Your Textbook Webinar SeriesHow To Flip Your Classroom The Right Way [Podcast Episode]Gorilla Video [Selective Attention] Distance Formula Without The Formula [Lesson]Make Math Moments 3-Part FrameworkProblem Based Math Units

Framework with Jamie Hopkins
Phil Loughlin: Investing in Founder-Led Businesses

Framework with Jamie Hopkins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 43:56


This week, Jamie Hopkins and Ana Trujillo Limon talk with Phil Loughlin, Managing Director at Bain Capital Private Equity, about what it takes to be a successful founder, why investors go for founder-led businesses, and why reciprocal partnership is needed between the investor and the founder. You can find show notes and other information at CarsonGroup.com/Framework.

Plan B Success
The Digital Pivot w/ Eric Schwartzman, Digital Strategist

Plan B Success

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 34:51


Eric Schwartzman is a digital marketing consultant, entrepreneur, and author of The Digital Pivot: Secrets of Online Marketing and Social Marketing to the Business Customer. His Digital Pivot Program helps clients grow their businesses two to five times in six to twelve months by implementing his 4-Step Digital Pivot Framework. He ran promotions at a global PR agency, founded a content management SaaS platform provider with clients such as Dunkin' Donuts, Linkedin, NVIDIA, and Verizon. Let's listen to strategies he shares...

Startup Insider
Open-Source MLOps Framework ZenML wirbt 2,7 Millionen Dollar ein

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 27:04


In der Nachmittagsfolge sprechen wir heute mit Adam Probst, Co-Creator & CEO von ZenML, über die frische Finanzierungsrunde in Höhe von 2,7 Millionen US-Dollar. ​​ZenML, gegründet von Adam and Hamza Tahir, ist ein Open-Source MLOps-Framework, das für Datenwissenschaftlerinnen und -wissenschaftler entwickelt wurde. Unternehmensangaben zufolge bietet es die richtige Abstraktionsschicht, um Machine Learning-Modelle so einfach wie möglich von der Forschung in die Produktion zu bringen. Außerdem soll ZenML das Schreiben von ML-Pipelines über verschiedene MLOps-Stacks hinweg standardisieren und zusätzlich unabhängig von Cloud-Anbietern, Drittanbietern und der zugrunde liegenden Infrastruktur sein. ZenML gab kürzlich bekannt, dass das Unternehmen in seiner Seed-Runde unter der Leitung von Crane Venture Partners 2,7 Millionen US-Dollar eingeworben hat. Zu den Investoren gehören KI-Forscher und Unternehmer wie Richard Socher, Pieter Abbeel, Jim Keller, Dirk Hoke, Nicolas Dessaigne, Carsten Thoma und andere. Das Unternehmen wird diese Finanzierung nutzen, um die Tooling-Suite zu entwickeln und sein Team aus weltweit führenden ML-Technologen zu erweitern. One more thing wird präsentiert von OMR Reviews – Finde die richtige Software für Dein Business. Wenn auch Du Dein Lieblingstool bewerten willst, schreibe eine Review auf OMR Reviews unter https://moin.omr.com/insider. Dafür erhältst du einen 20€ Amazon Gutschein.

Unrecognizable with Dean Dwyer
The Successful Habit Framework

Unrecognizable with Dean Dwyer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 39:02


Listen now | E9: How I overcame my sleep anxiety issues using my 6-step essential habit framework. Subscribe at unrecognizable.substack.com

Pajama Gramma Podcast
What's SHE Up To Now Day 1437? Life Framework...

Pajama Gramma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 6:40


What's SHE Up To Now Day 1437? Life Framework... Drop in to get the real scoop--the good, the bad, the ugly, the truth (well my truth anyway). https://facebook.com/beme2thrive #journeyjournal #lessonslearned #shareyourexperience What's SHE Up To Now Day 1437? Life Framework... Drop in to get the real scoop--the good, the bad, the ugly, the truth (well my truth anyway). https://facebook.com/beme2thrive #journeyjournal #lessonslearned #shareyourexperience

Pajama Gramma Podcast
Be YOU 365 Day Challenge, Day 5. Life Framework! PMESFRCx3!

Pajama Gramma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 6:55


Be YOU 365 Day Challenge, Day 5. Life Framework! PMESFRCx3! Do One Thing Every Day That Continuously Improves You! Join in every day in 2022 for a quick challenge that is all about you becoming the ever-better version of you!. https://www.facebook.com/ThrivingSharon Ask your questions, share your wisdom! #beyou365daychallenge #belovinglovebeingbeyou #lifeframworkpriorities

Worth Recovery
Episode 172: Implementation Framework

Worth Recovery

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 33:03


Happy New Year!  Welcome to 2022! After a long hiatus of podcasting, I'm at it again.  January is my favorite month of the year.  I simply LOVE New Year's, and every year make a major plan with goals, accountability charts, and even a PowerPoint presentation for motivation! In this episode, we explore how to implement a change in a way that will last.  Vision + Skills + Incentives + Resources + Action Plan = Sustainable Change You can download the diagram here.      

Paychex HR Leadership Series
HR Survey Results: Workers' Well-Being Now Takes Priority

Paychex HR Leadership Series

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 10:50


As the Great Resignation continues, new findings from a recent Paychex survey identify expectations around employee well-being as a top factor for workers, and further ranking among those most desired in a future job search. Yet there are varying approaches to well-being in the workplace for different generations of employees — whether financial vs. emotional or mental. Hear research expert Jeanne Meister of Executive Networks share further insights on well-being to help businesses improve employee retention and recruiting efforts at this critical time. Topics include: 0:54 - Framework for survey findings on workplace well-being 2:50 - Financial wellness, overall well-being are top concerns 3:34 - Generations focus on different aspects of well-being 5:51 - Well-being benefits now key part of new job searches 6:57 - Does company culture reflect concern for well-being? 8:24 - Defining and communicating the employee experience 9:24 - Companies can now be reviewed, too Resources: See top findings and insights from the survey on employee well-being in our recent article, "Meeting Employee Well-being Expectations Will Be Crucial to Attract and Retain Talent Amidst the Great Resignation" at https://www.paychex.com/articles/human-resources/employee-wellbeing-great-resignation. Review our prior survey findings on factors impacting employee loyalty amid the Great Resignation at https://www.paychex.com/articles/human-resources/employee-loyalty-amidst-great-resignation. How can a financial wellness program benefit your employees — and your business? Read our article "How an Employee Financial Wellness Program Can Benefit Your Small Business" at https://www.paychex.com/articles/employee-benefits/how-employee-financial-wellness-program-benefits-small-business. DISCLAIMER: The information presented in this podcast, and that is further provided by the presenter, should not be considered legal or accounting advice, and should not substitute for legal, accounting, or other professional advice in which the facts and circumstances may warrant. We encourage you to consult legal counsel as it pertains to your own unique situation(s) and/or with any specific legal questions you may have.  

Growth Everywhere Daily Business Lessons
Crypto (Web3) Marketing 101

Growth Everywhere Daily Business Lessons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 7:31


In this episode, I am going to talk about Crypto Marketing 101.  Learn more about the world of Web3 and how people are marketing there! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES [00:00] - Introduction [00:16] - What is the difference between Web 1, 2, and 3? [02:06] - The world of Web3: DeFi, NFT [03:27] - How people are marketing? [04:16] - Think longer terms [05:14] - Know where are your people hanging out?  [05:56] - People will need help managing communities [06:19] - Crypto Marketing 101 - Framework [06:52] - Outro   Programs: ✌️Free Masterclass On How To Create Your Dream Business https://levelingup.com/masterclass

The Sales Hacker Podcast
Your New 3-Part Framework for Cold Calling

The Sales Hacker Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 34:59


In this episode of the Sales Hacker Podcast, we have Jason Bay, Chief Prospecting Officer at Blissful Prospecting, a company he built to coach B2B reps in outbound sales. Join us for a high-energy, people-focused conversation about doing a complete 180 with your outbound sales framework. What You'll Learn What to use instead of the brute force approach The 3-part framework of identify, engage, create You're trying to get a meeting, not a closing Jason's take on omnichannel outreach, especially calling Show Agenda and Timestamps About Jason Bay & Blissful Prospecting [1:52] What teams need to be doing for successful outbound [9:12] The 3-part outbound framework [10:58] KISS: Keep It Simple Sequencing [16:39] Ideal tools for great prospecting [24:18] Paying it forward [28:43] Sam's Corner [33:24]

Girl Boss Coaches
Day 11: 12 Days of Momentum The 1-1-1 Framework

Girl Boss Coaches

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 3:40


www.LouiseCourville.co/famous How To Become Virtually FAMOUS  And Be In A Category of One   Without Being An Influencer

Innovation Talks
Innovation Themes from 2021

Innovation Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 18:43


Last year was an excellent year for Innovation Talks. We launched the podcast to discuss topics around innovation, providing value to you, our listeners. We brought in guests and experts—including practitioners, academics, thought leaders, authors, and a few experts from within Sopheon—to share insights regarding a gradient of topics: the innovation process, governance, portfolio management, decision-making, innovation workers, culture, and the role of technology. We hope you have found the episodes educational and enjoyable. In today's episode, I reflect on ten innovation themes from 2021. These include was governance, process, and portfolio—covering Agile, Stage-Gate, Scrum, Scaled Ads of Framework, and Lean. We also discuss the challenges of family-owned businesses, innovation ecosystems, start-up thinking, and disruptive and radical innovation. I highlight the guests who explored topics including sustainability, technology, ways of working, ways of thinking, and product management. I also share what we should expect in innovation in 2022 and the challenges ahead. “Nobody is doing innovation alone anymore; you are doing it with others.” - Paul Heller This week on Innovation Talks: The guests who delivered insights into governance, process, and portfolio The unique challenges of family-owned businesses Innovation ecosystems including universities, partners, suppliers, customers, and other companies The episodes that delved into start-up thinking and disruptive and radical innovation Three guests who discussed sustainability The discussions we had around technology, particularly in regards to managing your process and aligning your people and technology in products How ways of working and thinking are changing What we have learned about product management Innovations in the automotive industry, aerospace and defense, and chemicals The challenges and expectations for innovation in 2022 Resources Mentioned: Podcast archive: Innovation Talks Book: RE:Think Innovation by Carla Johnson This Podcast is brought to you by Sopheon Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of Innovation Talks. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | TuneIn | GooglePlay | Stitcher | Spotify | iHeart Be sure to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, and share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more listeners, like you. For additional information around new product development or corporate innovation, sign up for Sopheon's newsletter where we share news and industry best practices monthly! The fastest way to do this is to go to sopheon.com and click here.

Self Storage Income
$200 Million in Assets in 2022 [My Exact Framework]

Self Storage Income

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 39:29


Welcome back everybody to the Self Storage Income podcast! I'm your host AJ Osborne and we have another awesome episode lined up for you guys today. Deal flow, due diligence, financing, asset management… these items are the bread and butter of an organization. They're also essential aspects for even the beginning self storage investor. But how do you put all the pieces of the puzzle together? Better yet, how do the pros put the pieces of this puzzle together, and how exactly do they put them together? These are great questions to be asking and questions you need answers for if you plan to make it in the self storage investing world. Lucky for you, this exactly what we're covering in today's podcast. Over the past couple years, my companies have experienced a huge amount of new opportunity, and an amazing amount of growth. This presents some very real problems though. How do you manage the growth? How do you manage so much opportunity? And how do you run your business at the same time you're managing everything else? I tell you what, figuring out answers to these questions has been in the forefront of my mind every single day for years. What's really awesome is that I get to share those years of learning and figuring it out here with you today in a podcast that is less than hour long. Pretty crazy to think about right!? Today, I'm going to share with you exactly how my companies are structured from the top down. These structures have allowed me to grow our current portfolio to over $200 Million in assets under management. Not only that, these processes, system, and structure will allow me to grow our portfolio by another $200 Million in 2022. Get your note pads, listen in a few times if you need, whatever it takes to build your own self storage investing machine. Thanks everybody, AJ Success doesn't happen on an island, which is why I've launched the CRE Circle. Build your community, your resources, and your commercial real estate investing opportunities. That first or even next deal could be right around the corner. You can learn more about the CRE Circle and sign up here: https://www.thecrecircle.com/ Be sure to go to Selfstorageincome.com to get your copy of my Self Storage Playbook. This step by step playbook walks you through from start to finish - how to identify a self storage market, how to perform due diligence, how to contact a current owner, and ultimately how to land a deal and purchase a storage facility. You can also find the Self Storage Income Podcast on: iTunes Spotify Stitcher The Self Storage Income Podcast is Sponsored by: Janus International - https://www.janusintl.com/ Store Local - https://www.selfstorage.coop/aws/SL/pt/sp/home_page Live Oak Bank - liveoakbank.com/incomepodcast Tenant Inc. - https://www.tenantinc.com/ Cedar Creek Wealth: https://cedarcreekwealth.com/

Framework with Jamie Hopkins
Joelle Martinez: Unleashing the Economic and Social Potential of Diversity

Framework with Jamie Hopkins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 38:43


This week, Ana Trujillo Limon talks with Joelle Martinez, President, and CEO of the Latino Leadership Institute, about how leadership programs should be based on neurosciences, why self-awareness should be at the center of diversity goals, and why understanding and honoring Latino roots can impact not just the BIPOC population, but every American. You can find show notes and other information at CarsonGroup.com/Framework.

Work On Your Game: Discipline, Confidence & Mental Toughness For Sports, Business & Life | Mental Health & Mindset

The who, what and why is your framework for selling to your ideal clients and in today's class I'll be going more in depth about how this framework actually works, so listen up. Show Notes: [05:51] 1) Who do you want to help and what problem are you solving? [18:55] 2) What will you help them do and how are you going to help them do it? [22:34] 3) Why do they want it and what will the solution do for them? [28:50] 4) When you can align all 3 of these, you will make sales. [31:00] Recap Episode Mentioned: 1440: Frameworks: Master Skill Of Organizing Knowledge http://dreallday.com/1440- --- Next Steps: 1) Get The Free Books: The Third Day: http://ThirdDayBook.com The Mirror Of Motivation: http://MirrorOfMotivation.com The Overseas Basketball Blueprint: http://BallOverseas.com Basketball: How To Play As Well As You Practice: http://HoopHandbook.com/Free 2) Come to Dre's next LIVE event, Work On Your Game LIVE: http://WorkOnYourGame.LIVE 3) Get the #DailyMotivation text: Text Dre at 1.305.384.6894 (or go to http://DreAllDay.com/Text) 4) Get coached in The Third Day Mastermind: http://WorkOnYourGameUniversity.com/Call 5) Get the FULL Work On Your Game Podcast archive at: http://WorkOnYourGamePodcast.com

Gospel on SermonAudio
A Framework for Growing in Biblical Prayer

Gospel on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 52:00


A new MP3 sermon from Living Vine Community Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: A Framework for Growing in Biblical Prayer Subtitle: Biblical Prayer for Believers Speaker: Pastor Matt Zodrow Broadcaster: Living Vine Community Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/2/2022 Bible: 1 Thessalonians 1-5; 1 John 5:13-15 Length: 52 min.

Prayer on SermonAudio
A Framework for Growing in Biblical Prayer

Prayer on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 52:00


A new MP3 sermon from Living Vine Community Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: A Framework for Growing in Biblical Prayer Subtitle: Biblical Prayer for Believers Speaker: Pastor Matt Zodrow Broadcaster: Living Vine Community Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/2/2022 Bible: 1 Thessalonians 1-5; 1 John 5:13-15 Length: 52 min.

Truth on SermonAudio
A Framework for Growing in Biblical Prayer

Truth on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 52:00


A new MP3 sermon from Living Vine Community Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: A Framework for Growing in Biblical Prayer Subtitle: Biblical Prayer for Believers Speaker: Pastor Matt Zodrow Broadcaster: Living Vine Community Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 1/2/2022 Bible: 1 Thessalonians 1-5; 1 John 5:13-15 Length: 52 min.

Girl Boss Coaches
Day 10: 12 Days of Momentum STRONG Framework

Girl Boss Coaches

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 2:49


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Counselor Accents
New Year, New School Counseling Goals

Counselor Accents

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 42:27


It's a new year! And since we're "in the trenches" with you, we're sharing our second semester school counseling goals with you! We think you would agree that the first semester was a whirlwind. We weren't able to accomplish several of the goals we had set, but on the bright side we have a brand new semester full of opportunities and chances to reach our new school counseling goals! In this episode we share about 9 (give or take) goals we are setting between the two of us. We believe this episode will bring the laughs and fun you expect. College Funding Coach Center for Educational Effectiveness- erich@effectiveness.org Books for Book Studies- Whatever It Takes by Dr. Bryan Pearlman, Emotional Poverty by Dr. Ruby Payne, A Framework for Understanding Poverty, Midnight Run by Kevin Honeycutt

The Informed Life
Dan Klyn on the BASIC Framework

The Informed Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 35:51


Dan Klyn is co-founder of The Understanding Group, an information architecture consultancy based in Michigan. Dan has also created useful and influential IA frameworks, and in this conversation, we focus on his latest: the BASIC framework. If you're enjoying the show, please rate or review it in Apple's Podcasts directory: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-informed-life/id1450117117?itsct=podcast_box&itscg=30200 Show notes Dan Klyn The Understanding Group The BASIC framework Chris Farnum Peter Morville Louis Rosenfeld Andreas Resmini Richard Saul Wurman Bob Royce Edith Farnsworth House Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Kimbell Art Museum Louis Kahn Renzo Piano Brian Eno Some show notes may include Amazon affiliate links. I get a small commission for purchases made through these links. Read the transcript Jorge: Dan, welcome to the show. Dan: Thank you. Jorge: It is such a pleasure to have you here. As I was telling you before we started recording, you're one of the people that I originally thought of having as a guest on the show, when I first conceived of the show. I am constantly inspired and just amazed by the contributions you've brought to our field of information architecture. And I'm honored to have you on the show and looking forward to hearing about you. In particular, about a framework that you've been sharing recently. About Dan Jorge: But before we get into that, I'm hoping that you will tell us about yourself. Who are you, Dan? Dan: Sure. Let's see... I was a fat baby. I think the reason that I have the pleasure of talking with you today... we can blame Chris Farnham, who is an information architect in Southeast Michigan. I went to a conference about information architecture in 2009. My first professional conference had ever been to in any field, and I didn't know if I was particularly welcome or fit well into the field of information architecture, but I had a mentor who encouraged me and that was Peter Morville. So Chris Farnham and Peter Morville, these two guys from Ann Arbor are the only people I thought I knew at this conference, which was true for about five minutes. And as we were walking to the opening reception, Chris said, "Hey, those two guys walking in front of us... those guys are architect-architects. Like, you know, like what you're interested in, Klyn!" Because even back then, the architecture part of information architecture is what I was mostly interested in. And walking in front of me on the way to this opening reception at the IA Summit, as it was called back then was Jorge Arango and Andreas Resmini. And I never talked to Chris again for four or five years, I think. And I have held fast to Jorge and Andreas ever since. And I'm so grateful to have had... I've been given by you guys permission to be as excited as I am about the architecture part of information architecture. Which is so different than my experience with other professionals in the built environment. When I started enthusing about information architecture and the ways that I think what makes places good for people in the built environment has something immediately relevant for us to learn from, as people who make digital products and services.... they're not into it. They scold me for not having consulted the correct sources. Or having the wrong opinions about some buildings or what have you. And you and Andreas both welcomed my amateurism, at a time when you could have just, you know... I don't know! So that's why I'm here. Hi, my name is Dan Klyn. I'm an information architect and I am fascinated by — I am on fire about — the ways that architecture in the built environment can teach us how to do things with digital products and services. And any second now, metaverse-icle products and services and such. So that's what I'm interested. I'm interested in the spatiality of meaning. That is a mouthful that nobody wants to hear, but that's how I say it sometimes. And I have drawn most of my ways of thinking about and seeing this from an increasingly intensive pursuit of Richard Saul Wurman from a biographical standpoint. I figured if I could learn everything that he knows about information architecture, then that would be pretty good. So I've been trying to turn him upside down and shake him, and catch what comes out of his pockets for about seven years or so now. So, that's what I do. Jorge: That's a great intro and I feel like this episode is turning into the Jorge and Dan mutual appreciation society. But I think that we can't wrap up the intro without also naming the fact that you are a co-founder of The Understanding Group, Dan: right? The Understanding Group Dan: That's right. Yes! And Mr. Wurman having been so essential to the founding of our company. Bob Royce and I, when he... he as a serial entrepreneur was in the school of information and library studies at the same time that Peter and Lou were back in the day. And so, as somebody from a business development background standpoint, interested in information architecture, his interest in it went all the way back to Richard Saul Wurman. And the first time I saw Richard in person was a speech that he gave at the University of Michigan and the only person that I knew in the audience and we sat right next to each other right in the front row is Bob Royce. So yeah, together, our enthusiasm for information architecture, digital strategy... whatever ways that we can apply architectural thinking to usually large-scale software and information systems, that's what we wanted to start a company to focus on. And certainly we were inspired by and got to learn through their advice. Peter and Lou having operated the world's first really large scale information architecture consultancy, which was called Argus, which operated back in the late 1990s and disbanded, about the same time that a lot of things did in March of 2001. Yeah, there's probably a way that you could have a business that focuses on information architecture and that... we want it to be that. So, that was 10 years ago and TUG continues to be among the... if you were to say, "Hey, who should we get to help us with information architecture?" people would probably say, Jorge Arango, Abby Covert. An aspiration that we're just pleased that we are often in that same sort of three or four things that you would just know about when it comes to taking on significant information architectural challenges in software and digital products and services, yeah! That's what we've become. "The spatiality of meaning" Jorge: I want to circle back to this phrase, "the spatiality of meaning." And you referenced being inspired by Mr. Wurman. And you also talked about "Being on fire about the architecture of the built environment," and talking about gravitating to Andreas and myself at that first information architecture summit. And one thing that the three of us have in common, the three of us being Mr. Wurman, Andreas, and myself, is that our background is in building architecture. But that is not your background, right? Dan: Correct. Library science over here. Jorge: Library science. So, I'm wondering what drew you to the architecture of the built environment? Dan: It's gonna sound... it's exactly... think of the most boring cliche way to answer your question and that's the answer. Since I was a little boy, I had a Crayola drafting set of a T-square and a triangle. And big paper. And my parents got me a tilty desk. Like it was the only thing I knew that I wanted it to be until I didn't think that I could because I was bad at math. So, for as long as I can remember, I wanted to make the shapes that I make on paper turn into an experience that people could have. Especially me, but other people may be also. And since then, and especially since becoming a consultant who travels a lot, I have had an extraordinary opportunity to go to buildings. And I have had my cognition, my heart rate, my pulse, my skin temperature... I have been physically changed by every different kind of place that I've been to. And by doing that on purpose, that's where the BASIC Framework comes from is an awareness that I developed at some point that what these buildings do is they are machines that uniquely change our human experience by changing our blood pressure and our cognition and our pulse. And the effects that it uses are both, you know, the physics of the earth, the density of the walls... if you're in a crypt of a cathedral and the density of the walls is two feet thick and it is granite, the air pressure changes in there make what your body can... what's possible for you to experience has been concrete-ized literally in ways that are just extraordinary. And so, by putting myself in so many of these different places, and yes, I've catered to my list of initially is canonical buildings that architects who control what is considered to be a good building in the Western tradition, right? But that's the kind of list that I started from. And by going to as many of these places as possible, continually re-energizing and re-believing in reifying the reality... not some neat-o idea that I choose to have, but an actual experience that is undeniable that the way that these places have been set up through the arrangement of material and space and through the arrangement of the information that is either encoded in that material or inscribed on that material, the situatedness of things in space changes how we... how we experience things. The radical architect, Christopher Alexander — people scoff! Like, spit their coffee out when he says stuff like that he knows how to make God appear in a field. But that's... I think also a part of why I've been so interested in this is having been raised in a deeply religious context and hearing about power that people can have access to and experiences with and transformation, transfiguration, transubstantiation, immanence... that I've had those experiences. And they're not so much with sermons of words — it's sermons in stone that really changed my whole life. So, now I seek out experiences in places so that I can understand better how to somehow transfer or remember at a minimum, all of the different ways that I've been made to feel through experiences with architectures. And then, how can I tap into that at some other time for some other purpose. That's how I've been trying to rationalize such the luxurious experience of going to so many kick-ass buildings. Jorge: Well, that was beautifully put and I'll reflect it back to you. What I heard there is that this phrase, "the spatiality of meaning," at least part of it, has to do with the fact that buildings play a functional role in our lives, right? Like they keep us dry and warm — you know, safe from external conditions. But there's this other role that they can play — at least some buildings can play — which has to do with somehow moving us, reminding us of perhaps higher states of being somehow. And the question is... you and I both work on architecting experiences that people have mostly within the confines of the small glass rectangles that we carry around in our pockets. And what's the connection between these — if any — between these transcendent experiences that you have when walking into a special place and the sort of experience that you can have through a digital artifact? Back to screens Dan: Well, I'm trying to think about it in terms of the last thing that I worked on or some real case in point. And I'm thinking about an app that I've been working on that has all kinds of different functionality. And there are ideas about what does prominence mean? So, imagine that this app that has all sorts of different kinds of functions, that there's a giant global organization, and there are people who are mapped to those functions and that they all feel like their thing needs to be the most important and therefore the most prominent or vice versa. So, there's a space race, or there's a competition for the most opportune positions on screens in this screen-iverse that they operate. And finding an order that both works from the, "I'm a brain in a jar," and there are semantic categories and there are things... there's knowledge in the world, not just in my head. And on the basis of knowledge in the world and on figuring things out from a sense-making standpoint, there's no right way. But there are good ways. And so what I'm trying to learn from the built environment, every location in the built environment is special. So, it's not so much that I've been to special places and then, "oh crap. What do you do when you're working on something quotidian? Something that's just every day." It's the idea that every place is charged with wonder. Every... everything is amazing. Because look at it! There it is! People made that! And so, trying to help this organization, this global organization with all these poor people who are, you know, if their thing is high up on the screen, then they win. Trying to posit order for how to situate all of those things in space that's both good for the organization that they can continue to operate as an organization and as a business. It's good for people who have to use it because it isn't like, "oh! Where is the blank?" And also then the trifecta is: and could all of this be key to our embodiment as human beings? And so, we came up with a way to position proprioceptively. Imagine yourself looking at your phone screen. There's left, right, up, down. To make left and right and up and down mean something, other than "most important," "least important," or "most prominent" and "least prominent." So, things of this nature you can expect to find them over to the left. Things of that other nature you can expect to find those to the right. And governance... a way of working with the organization to help diffuse the person with the highest tolerance for discomfort wins, for there to be reasons for belonging and space and place that everybody can understand, and that, when people follow it, it creates more wellbeing and prosperity. It sounds like fantasy, but that's really what we get to do when we're doing it right. And it's great! And I couldn't do it if I didn't have these experiences in my own body and have felt and believed in the pleasure and the learnability and the... to reliably be able to reach over here and get something because you know it's going to be there. And on what basis, other than, "well, that's where it always was." Jorge: What I'm getting from what you're saying there is that in both cases, in both the physical environment than these information environments, there is the possibility of a higher level of order that might bring coherence to what might otherwise be forces that are pulling the experience into different directions, that make it incoherent, right? Dan: That's right. The BASIC framework Jorge: And with that in mind I wanted to ask you... during your career, you've shared a few frameworks that have been influential and helped us see the type of work that we do in different ways. And recently you've shared a draft of a framework that is new to me at least, called BASIC. And it seems to me to be an effort in this direction of providing kind of a framework for order and coherence. Dan: Yes. Jorge: And I was hoping that you would tell us about the BASIC framework. What is it? Dan: I am learning along with everybody else what it is. That's one of the risks! When you put something out there that isn't done yet, that's the reason to do something like that. And so, having put it out there not entirely baked, and then asking for and eliciting feedback... one of the first most powerful pieces of feedback that I got after presenting it for the first time at a meetup online was from a colleague in the UK who posited that what BASIC is, is it's about where you as the designer... it gives you five vantage points into the problem space. It's like, "where should I stand to see the thing that would be good to notice?" So, that's one way to start explaining it is: it's an easy-to-remember acronym that gives you five ways to have a posture vis-a-vis some kind of a complex system. And if you stand in these five places, and if you ask some of the questions that I've provided with each of those postures, then possibly you will see the architecture of the thing. So, that's really the goal. And one of the ways that I came to make it, was a friend of mine... we went on a field trip. We went to the Edith Farnsworth house in Plano, Illinois by Mies van der Rohe. And we were so lucky! It was in the winter and we were the only ones on the tour. So we had a whole hour with the docent. Couldn't go in because it was winter, have since of rectified that. Have been back with the same friend and we got to go inside. But first time we're just outdoors, in the snow, circling the Edith Farnsworth house. And then afterward, I shared the photos that I took. And my friend noted that... he looked at the photos that he... we went to the same place, we took many of the same pictures. But that there was something going on in the pictures that I was taking that he wanted to know about, because it seemed like I was accessing different parts of the same experience. And whether it was just purely on the basis of the otherness of the what... something that somebody else is doing it in the same place, you wonder what that is? It's not... I don't believe it's because I have superior aesthetic judgements or anything like that. I think it has to do though with having developed a set of postures for when I'm trying to relate to buildings first of all, in order to see the right stuff. By my own internal compass, the right stuff. And then, talking this out with my friend and then him encouraging me to do something with it because it seemed like it could be learnable. Like, if I stood there and if I cocked my head that way, I would see it too. So, that's what it is. It's postures that you can use. Questions... So, the first one is boundaries. And if you didn't do any of the other elements, if you found a way to perceive the boundaries... and where was the boundary before where it is now, and who gets to move the... just some really dumb questions about boundaries and where one material stops and another begins is an especially potent thing to notice in buildings. But whether it's buildings or an intranet, the boundaries. How did they get here? Where were they before? Is there a plan to make there be different boundaries? Do you see any evidence of, you know, the ghost traces of where things used to be, or where they're fixing to go? And then you can go right on down the line. And the second one, let's see, what is the second one? You've got the book there, you tell me! Jorge: There is a little booklet that you can print out and I'm holding one in my hands. So, the first one is boundaries. The second one is associations. Dan: Yes. Perfect! So, what do we associate a stepped gable with in the built environment? I'm Dutch. If you go to Holland, Michigan, nearby where I live, there are these buildings that were built within the last 20 years that have these stepped gables not because they serve any functional purpose, but because they remind everybody who lives there, that many of the people here have Dutch heritage, and that that's how the buildings look. So there are direct associations like that. There are more diffused associations, like the kind... does it link to a PDF? You associate that differently than if it's to HTML page, then if it's a video. So just associations. The A, S... Situatedness. Why is anything where it is? If you go to the Kimbell Museum in Fort Worth, Texas — which I encourage you to do — there has been an expansion to that museum. It was originally by Louis Kahn opened in 1972, the year I was born. An expansion to the museum was done by Renzo Piano in the nineties. You now enter the Kimbell from the back, relative to where the architect imagined you would enter the building. So just little... why is anything where it is gives you access to so many architectural decisions that were made in the environment. And then the last two are twinned. And probably I'm too in love with BASIC because it's so easy to remember and I want it to be basic like food-hole, air-hole, dumb-basic. But the last two are invariants. So, what are the forces in the environment that don't change or that seem like they don't change? Brian Eno has wisely said that repetition is a form of change. So you have to be careful with this one. And that's why it is paired with cycles. And those two postures, those two places to stand relative to some complex system... if you were able to perceive what was invariant in the environment, that would explain to you why it shows up the way that it does and each of these elements in the model has a building that I've been to. They're all in the United States so far, and the example cartoon of a building for invariance is a garage I saw in Seattle. Where I live in Michigan, the roofs are a pointy, peaked roof, like kids around here would draw a picture of a house. But in Seattle, there's a shape of a roof that is inverted to catch the rain because it is on a steep hill, in a microclimate that is a rainforest basically. So, it's an invariant. There's so much water there, you're going to change the shape of the roof to rise to channel those forces better. And that was the consequence... consequence to that, a million other decisions about the building. And then cycle, the last one, you can plug that one into what's invariant. In Michigan, we have four seasons. In Seattle, they have maybe two. And so, by looking at what has the system done to anticipate cyclical change in the environment that it's in... put all those five postures together, ask a question from each one, and I feel pretty good that you're not talking about the design so much as you're talking about the architecture of the system. Jorge: What attracts me so much about this framework is that it takes a systemic lens at examining the... or a set of lenses, right? To your point, these are different vantage points from which you can examine the system. And although it is grounded in architecture, as in built architecture — and like you said, the booklet includes drawings of buildings as illustrations of these various lenses — they seem applicable to other types of things that might be architected, right? Like this notion that you can examine the system through the perspective of what distinctions does it manifest, versus what perhaps memories, cultural or otherwise, it triggers, right? Like those are very different perspectives that are part of architected systems, regardless of whether they are buildings or what have you. Dan: That's right. And the caveat here with any methods that I've developed, if you're trying to apply them, it has to be in an architectural context where the nature of the change that is expected or at least possible? Is more than an increment. It can be executed incrementally but the nature of the change... if you're looking for recommendations about how to change the architecture, it should be safe to presume that those kinds of changes are harder to do, possibly take more time, and are more costly because they are more consequential. And so, if people are just making shit, then this framework won't help you because there isn't a reason for everything that was done. And that is... I'm so glad that we've got to here and maybe because of time, we might land here or start landing here, is: the built environment is such a terrific teacher because almost always, except now, every decision that was made is because of a reason. And the traceability of every move that is made to a reason, you need to do that in design too, if you're doing it right. But when you're talking about architecture what that means is that it's being taken on and thought of systemically. And if the thing is being made in a way where it doesn't care about being systemic, then these lenses won't help you because it just is the way that it is because it is. This all presumes total accountability for every move that you make as a recommender of changes to an environment. And I've recommended changes to a digital environment that have made it so that people's jobs went away. I'm glad that I haven't worked on products and services where the changes I've recommended have caused harm to people, that I know of, but it's certainly possible. And as we enter into this metaverse time of everything being part of the experiences that we work on, I think having a framework like this is also helpful because it might check an impulsive feeling of, "oh, I get it." Or, "I've seen it." Or, "I know what it is." Or, "clearly the solution is..." Maybe this framework would help you go slower and not move with so much certainty. Maybe these are five ways to undermine the decision that you were about to make. And I would be good with that, in most cases. Jorge: How do you keep that from paralyzing you altogether? Because when you say you have full accountability over a thing, like... Dan: It all depends on having extraordinary clients. Without clients who are willing to work in that fashion... I mean, whether you want to take maximum accountability for your recommendations or not, Jorge: I can see what you mean, but I can also understand how that sense would or could paralyze you as a designer, right? So, how do you keep the dance going? Responsibility Dan: It's a two way street and if the client isn't playing along and giving you that accountability and that responsibility, then you're not actually... you know, it's not actually happening. So, I think it absolutely depends on having the right clients and TUG has been so fortunate to have not prospered enough to have clients that aren't the right kind. It's weird to engage with information architects to affect change to complex digital products and services. And I think we show up... weird enough, where we've scared away the ones who wouldn't be a good partner with us in wanting to have that level of accountability, that level of traceability for the recommendations that we make. Because it requires that the stakeholders be super accountable to what they want, because you're going to get it, right? Like, that's what I'm saying is, as your architect, if you show me your intent, if you let me make a model of your intent and then the model is more or less correct, then I can make a whole bunch of decisions about the situatedness of things in your space that will deliver against that intent. So God help you if you don't know what you want. Because I need that in order to make decisions on your... with you, not on your behalf. When we started TUG a long time ago, we decided the word agency must not be the word for... We don't want to borrow anyone's agency for money for a couple of months and then give it back to them. They need to keep their agency all along the way to keep instructing us and intending back when we make our moves to make sure that things stay good. So, yeah, it's all about having the right clients and quite frankly, it has a lot to do with my own personal choices over the last year or so to get away from consulting as much as I personally can, and be more in the mode of scholarship and writing because I don't know how much longer the client world is going to be able to make room for the kinds of work that I personally want to do. Closing Jorge: Well Dan, I would love to hear more about what that might be. And I would like to extend you an invitation to do another recording with me, if you are open to it, to explore that and the notion of architecting the thing that architects the thing, somehow, right? Because that's what is implied in what you're saying, I think. But for now, where can folks follow up with you? Dan: Well, I think maybe BASIC would be a good way to start. So if you go to understandinggroup.com/basic, you can download a PDF of the most recent version of the little mini booklet. I've created an instructional video for how to cut and fold said booklet so that it has its maximum booklet-iness for you when you make it. And from there I... yeah, I'm omni-available, except through Facebook, WhatsApp, or Instagram. Jorge: You're not going Meta. Dan: I would accept money from Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp to research the potential for harm to human beings, through what they intend to do in the so-called metaverse. But I'm not willing to use their products. Jorge: It sounds like that might yet be another reason for us to have a second conversation here. But I'll just allude to it because I'll include links to the stuff that you've been discussing on the show. And, I'll just reiterate that the booklet is beautiful, simple, useful. I have one printed out and keep it on my desk. So, I encourage folks to check it out. Thank you, Dan, for... Dan: The only thing better than that for me Jorge, is if I could be little and be there on your desk instead of the booklet, but that's... I'd love that. Jorge: I can see you on a little screen here. On a little window in my screen, so... it's not the same, but it's... it'll have to do for now. Well, thank you so much for being with us, Dan. It's always a pleasure to talk to you. Dan: Let's talk again.

Girl Boss Coaches
Day 8: 12 Days of Momentum The ELF Framework

Girl Boss Coaches

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 1:50


www.LouiseCourville.co/famous How To Become Virtually FAMOUS  And Be In A Category of One   Without Being An Influencer

Pajama Gramma Podcast
#29, Get Up And Go Challenge December 2021. Frameworks..

Pajama Gramma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 9:48


#29, Get Up And Go Challenge December 2021. Frameworks... FREE December 2021 30+ Day Get Up And Go Challenge #10...(Starts December 1st)! Pop in Every Morning! https://facebook.com/getupandgochallenge For all the insider perks (Recordings Always Available...no disappearing content), make sure you join the FREE Facebook Group Here: https://facebook.com/groups/getupandgochallenge #getupandgochallenge #guaranteedresults #automatictransformation

THE STEFANIE GASS SHOW - Clarity Coaching, Kingdom Entrepreneurs, Podcasting, Courses, Christian Business Coach
379 \\ Blow Up Your Biz 1: Launch a Podcast in 30 Days! 4 Week Framework From Planning to Starting Your Show! Why Building an Evergreen Platform is a MUST.

THE STEFANIE GASS SHOW - Clarity Coaching, Kingdom Entrepreneurs, Podcasting, Courses, Christian Business Coach

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 30:09


Hey Friend! Welcome to the Blow Up Your Biz Series! Today we are covering how to Launch a Podcast in 30 Days. Here is my 4-Week Framework taking you from planning to promoting your show. Building an evergreen platform is a MUST, and there's no better time than the present. I'll take you through all 4 weeks of getting your podcast into the world - in just 30 minutes. What to do within each week to make sure your show is a reality 30 days from NOW. It's going to be easier than you think! Having a podcast is the #1 way you can start generating organic, evergreen leads without having to hustle or show up on social media 24/7. It's life giving! Don't forget the Blow Up Your Biz Series will continue for the next 2 episodes. Teaching you how to grow a thriving, hugely successful Facebook group and finally, how to sell with SOUL. Don't miss it. Be sure you are subscribed! I pray this blesses you! XO, Stef   All the things -> www.stefaniegass.com   Free Female Christian Entrepreneur FB Community-> www.stefgasscommunity.com Ready to get clarity so you can build a profitable, online business? Join my Free, 4-Step Clarity Framework Workshop! Instant access at-> www.freeclarityworkshop.com Need a step-by-step blueprint to build your online business? Download a Free, 14-Step Biz Blueprint Checklist!-> www.completebusinessblueprint.com Wondering if you should start a podcast? Take this quiz and find out! -> www.startapodcastquiz.com   Wanna work together, friend!? Step 1: Get Clarity on Your God-led Calling-> www.clarifyyourcallingcourse.com Step 2: Grow an Organic, Evergreen Audience using Podcasting-> www.podcastprouniversity.com  Step 3: Monetize & Scale your Podcast using courses and coaching-> www.podcasttoprofitmastermind.com    Contact us at-> support@stefaniegass.com

Girl Boss Coaches
Day 4: 12 Days of Momentum UPV Framework

Girl Boss Coaches

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 3:36


www.LouiseCourville.co/famous How To Become Virtually FAMOUS  And Be In A Category of One   Without Being An Influencer

Pick of the Bunch by Basic Bananas
S11 EPISODE 29: The 4-part epic planning framework to have the best year ahead

Pick of the Bunch by Basic Bananas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 14:53


In this episode Franziska Iseli shares her 4-part planning framework to get the most out of 2022. 1. REVIEW – Review last year Review journal, goals, notes etc. What did you learn? Write down your biggest revelations and lessons. 2. VISIONING– Creating a vivid vision Create a vivid vision in the 7 most important categories. Read more The post S11 EPISODE 29: The 4-part epic planning framework to have the best year ahead first appeared on Basic Bananas.

On Point
In 'The Genetic Lottery,' Kathryn Paige Harden considers a new moral framework for genetics

On Point

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 48:42


Kathryn Paige Harden says most people have no clue what genetic science can already do. In her new book 'The Genetic Lottery,' she says a new moral framework is needed to prepare for what's to come. Kathryn Paige Harden and Carey Goldberg join Meghna Chakrabarti.

SweetLife Entrepreneur
258: The Business Focus Framework - with April Beach

SweetLife Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 14:35


There's a key to success that you've heard before, but it's harder to implement than it sounds. This key is “simplicity”. When you're able to clarify and simplify the punch list that needs to be done in your business, your implementation will be faster, you'll be less overwhelmed and you'll make your life as an entrepreneur much happier.    This week on the show, I'm sharing the simple framework I give to our clients, to get fast clarity and immediate results. When you what to focus on, when to apply that focus, and how… you'll make massive business gains. At the end of this episode you will: Get April Beach's secret framework for focus and success Know how to think about business focus in a new and faster way Understand what you need to do to implement this framework and start taking action in your business   To learn more, visit the show notes   Get Connected! SweetLife Company: Business Consulting for EntrepreneursSweetLifePodcast on InstagramSweetLife Podcast & Co. on Facebook SweetLife Insiders Community

Framework with Jamie Hopkins
Danika Waddell: Turning Crisis Into Opportunity

Framework with Jamie Hopkins

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 33:48


This week,  Ana Trujillo Limon talks with Danika Waddell, President and Founder at Xena Financial Planning, about the story behind the founding of her business, why financial planning is a great career choice, and how she wants to make a positive impact on the lives of people from different backgrounds. You can find show notes and other information at CarsonGroup.com/Framework.

eCommerce MasterPlan
Chloe's Marketing Launch Framework

eCommerce MasterPlan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 45:24


There's not enough companies in eCommerce embracing 'launches' - so as an end-of-year special we're sharing our host Chloe Thomas being interviewed about the Marketing Launch Framework. Get all the links and resources we mention at https://ecommercemasterplan.com/podcast/?utm_source=captivate&utm_medium=episodenotes (eCommerceMasterPlan.com) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Salesman.org - Salesman Podcast, This Week In Sales, Sales School And More...
5-Step Cold Calling Framework For Simple, Consistent Wins | Selling Made Simple

Salesman.org - Salesman Podcast, This Week In Sales, Sales School And More...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 14:50


Another month's gone by. Despite all the cold emails you've sent, the phone still isn't ringing. And now, you're left scrambling to make your quota. Something's got to change, and you know it. It's a story all too familiar to sales reps. But, unfortunately, the same ol' tactics just aren't working anymore. And though you've avoided the […]

Vidjagame Apocalypse
2021's Best DLC – Vidjagame Apocalypse 450

Vidjagame Apocalypse

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021


2021 is drawing to a close(!), and all things considered it’s been a pretty great year for videogames. Before we begin our annual GOTY countdown next week, let’s invite Tony Wilson of Framework for a look at five of our... Read more