In this weeks episode Vonia goes back to golden age of Rom Coms, the 1990s, and covers one of the greats My Best Friends Wedding! This movie is still deliciously funny and cringe inducing and moving and we love it! Only Julia Roberts could pull off playing a selfish, lying wedding ruiner and still have you rooting for her
Hello Lawless listeners! We've got some changes coming to our program that we'd like to announce, but first we'd like to say THANK YOU – to our families, our friends, and you, our amazing listeners. We truly appreciate every one of you for downloading our releases and sharing our little project with your peers. Your continued interest in our show has kept us going. So thank you for being YOU! While we enjoy making these episodes, doing a podcast can be taxing on our team, especially since this is not our full-time job. With this in mind, we have decided to restructure the show. We're doing away with our seasonal schedule and will be releasing episodes at varying intervals, ideally once a month. This will give our researchers, script writers, and producers more time to create and develop our episodes! However, we here at Lawless won't be going radio silent – instead, our team will be working on developing additional projects and expanding into other platforms! In the next month, we'll be releasing our very own website! Woohoo! After that, we'll be getting our YouTube up and running, and in the meantime, you can join our Archivist on Twitch when he is researching and writing episodes. You can also find us on TikTok and watch as our hosts struggle to figure it out. All joking aside, we're excited to start this next leg of our journey, and thank you for sticking with us. [If we want to provide examples] Annie is learning TikTok, and will be spearheading a new series of short form stories. Our archivist has started another series, called Framing the Narrative, a short historical preview for our curvaceous criminals. Support the show
Audio Credits:Intro/Outro: Possessed Doll - Purple Planet Music https://www.purple-planet.com/Background/Sound Effects: Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/Hello Lawless Listeners! Welcome to Framing the Narrative, a Lawless subseries devoted to exploring the historical backdrop for our curvaceous criminals.This week we'll be learning about India's drug trade in the 80's and 90's, so throw away your D.A.R.E. shirts and say YES to… knowledge? Mephedrone, often known as Meow Meow or White Magic, is a synthetically created amphetamine stimulant that has effects comparable to MDMA and cocaine. For those of you who don't know about cocaine, it was suuuper big back in the day – just watch American Psycho and you'll get it. ANYWAY, It has significant emotional and social consequences. MCAT, drone, party drug, and other names have been given to the meow-meow drug. It seems to be a very fine white powder, off-white, or yellowish in appearance (don't snort the yellow coke). It has a metallic, unpleasant flavor, likened to exhaust fumes by some people (if getting high required me to place my mouth on an exhaust pipe, I def wouldn't do it). The substance can be swallowed, injected, or snorted and comes in the shape of tablets, capsules, or a white powder. Most people prefer to take their medication via snorting them fine lines.Other famed party drugs from India's trade include brown sugar – a low-grade form of synthetic heroin that comes from the morphine found in poppy seeds – and Hashish, also known a marijuana. These three heavy hitters dominated India's drug trade for over three decades – Can you guess the name of our next curvaceous criminal? Join us next time when we uncover the full story!Support the show
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This is Episode 218, a continuation of the prior episode on The Changed Physician Podcast, where the hosts continue their discussion with Dr. Ian Harris focused more on his most recent book, Hippocrasy. Timeline (Part 2): 00:20 Explaining his newest book, Hippocrasy 02:20 Framing the book around the 9 pledges 04:20 More harm than good 07:00 Medicalization of birth and death 09:00 Anecdote versus evidence 11:00 How change happens among surgeons 12:00 The surgeons who do not listen to the evidence 13:50 Surgeons wanting do a surgery more if “placebo” (despite risk) 14:30 The problem with just doing risky procedures as placebo 16:30 Dr. Ian Harris and Dr. Rachelle Buchbinder (co-authors) places of work 18:00 Australian medical system vs. others 21:00 Weight loss vs. knee replacement surgery 23:00 Well-intentioned physicians and screening tests 28:30 Questions patients should ask their physicians/surgeons 30:50 How to find Dr. Harris or Dr. Buchbinder #australia #orthopedicsurgen #rachellebuchbinder #rheumatologist #authors #hippocrasybook #hippocraticoath #donoharm #medicalevidence #medicalinsurance #medicare #weightloss #kneereplacement #thyroidcancer #change #challenge #thechangedphysician #kevincuccaro #melissacady #physicianburnout #physicianjoy #physicianwellness #physicianhealth #beingdifferent #createyourpath #joy #fulfillment Learn More About the Community at:
Connie Steele is a consultant, author, speaker, and fellow podcast host of a show titled Strategic Momentum. Connie was a marketing executive for a tech company and made a pivot because she felt the job was no longer a fit. In this episode, Sam and Connie discuss a wide range of topics from Connie's making a pivot moment to being a first-generation Chinese American to career mash-ups and the importance they are in the workforce. Before concluding their conversation they have an important conversation about failure and how one can turn a negative stereotypical situation into a positive one.Subscribe to ideamix radio and stay tuned for new episodes every other Thursday. On ideamix radio we speak with entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, career changers, experts, and enthusiasts for insider tips that help you build the life, business, and career you want. ideamix is the go-to destination for entrepreneurs to turn their idea into a business. Check out our website at www.theideamix.com. For comments, questions, podcast guest ideas, or sponsorship inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As public health professionals and students, understanding how to effectively communicate and talk about public health and social issues is very important. This week's episode is a conversation with Dr. Julie Sweetland from the Frameworks Institute about framing public health communications. To learn more about this topic, visit: https://www.frameworksinstitute.org/ https://www.phrases.org/ A transcript of this episode is available at https://www.public-health.uiowa.edu/news-items/from-the-front-row-framing-public-health-communications-with-dr-julie-sweetland/ Have an question for our podcast crew or an idea for an episode? You can email them at CPH-GradAmbassador@uiowa.edu You can also support 'From the Front Row" by sharing this episode and others with your friends, colleagues, and social networks.
This lecture is the first in a two-part series titled Transforming a Nation. It was delivered on March 20th, 2016, at Central Valley Presbyterian Church. It discusses principles around elections and voting. Sometimes we struggle with our role as believers regarding the civil government. Some of us wonder if we should vote. If we do vote, who should we vote for? Does being a Christian automatically make you a Republican? Am I a weird Christian if I vote for a different party candidate? We have practical questions rolling around. We also have big picture questions like how does the whole process work? What is the function of the parties? If you live in California, does voting even matter? Mike Winther answers these questions and more. All the while making decisions that are rooted in scripture. He starts the lecture with the importance of taking action, but we need to be cautious that the action we take is the right action. Then he dives into everything election-related. You'll Learn: [04:36] We can't just sit on the sidelines. We need to take action and do something. [06:05] When transforming a nation, we need to understand the nature of the problem. [07:17] The views of the presidency by the founding fathers and by people of today are very different. [09:29] According to the Constitution all laws need to come from the legislative branch. [12:09] According to the Constitution, the president can negotiate treaties but they have no effect unless they are voted on by the Congress. [12:42] In the Constitutional model the legislature makes the law, and the executive branch enforces it. [13:29] The Constitution also doesn't give our federal government the power to manage the economy. It actually creates a free market economy. [15:21] All of the modern presidents violate the Constitution with impunity. The government has more power than it should, and the power is shifting between the three institutions. [17:32] The problem of labels. Most of the labels are one of two choices. It's my hope that people begin to read the old writers who really understood the truth. Read the founding fathers. All of the founding fathers described themselves as liberal. The terms liberal and conservative are relative terms not absolute terms. [23:14] Our political parties sway at the whim of public opinion. Both parties are moving more towards big government. [30:04] We need to understand the principles of good government. IPS teaches a 10-hour course that teaches people the proper role of government. [30:58] Paul believed in the sinful nature of man. Plato believed that good men should be given unbridled power such as a public school system. One is biblical, and one is not! [33:31] Our founding fathers argued against the Platonic view, because they were in favor of the Judeo-Christian view. Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. [34:30] This is why the founding fathers instituted the idea of a numerated government. [37:08] We also have separation of powers with the executive branch, legislative branch, and judicial branch. There's also separation between federal, state, and city governments. [38:06] There's also institutional separation between the God ordained institutions. These are the family government, church government, and civil government. [38:53] Decentralization keeps as much power local as possible. [40:05] We need to understand the nature of government. It's not reason. It's not eloquence. It is force. We have a civil government to make people do things that they don't want to do. [49:59] If the electorate isn't educated and doesn't study, then we can't expect to get an A+ president from the election. [51:08] Framing the education of America is a long-term strategy for winning elections. It's too late to study the night before the final exam. [52:55] To change the strategy of elections, all we have to do is change the hearts and minds of the church. 2nd Chronicles. [54:02] We need to know the biblical principles in order to identify the good candidates. [56:09] Mike answers audience questions. Your Resources: Books to browse Plato's Republic
Mega podcast for you. Two hours of content. We talk PGA vs LIV golf, college football, and step back into “The Penn State Case.” We've provided some links and a bit of commentary for you. The main show notes page will be updated at https://briandoleary.substack.com/podcast Search for John Ziegler - With the Benefit of Hindsight when you get to that page. It should be Episode 8 of The O'Leary Review Podcast. This podcast is definitely a "conversation that matters" ... John Ziegler is a documentary filmmaker, author, Emmy-winning commentator, podcaster, former radio talk show host and television sportscaster, and was called “An American Hero,” by former Penn State president Graham Spanier in an inscription of his book The Lion's Den. This description is mocked by Ziegler's wife and kids. John was last with us in February on episode 77 of Sportlanders the Podcast when we spoke for over 90 minutes on the Penn State-Joe Paterno-Jerry Sandusky scandal that emerged in November 2011. John's podcast, which he hosts with Liz Habib, called With the Benefit of Hindsight is over 60 hours of detailed reporting on the case. In this podcast series, “The truth about what happened at Penn State has been locked in a vault for ten years — you've just been given the key.” You can find everything relating to the podcast at FramingPaterno.com Other than his tireless reporting on the truth in the Penn State debacle, which includes a 2012 documentary called The Framing of Joe Paterno, Ziegler is most well- known for his second feature documentary film called Media Malpractice which covered the 2008 presidential election. Ziegler is an alumnus of Georgetown University and grew up in Pennsylvania, though with no direct ties to Penn State University. LIV Golf issue The LIV is in the process of ruining pro golf. It will eventually—both directly and indirectly—destroy the essence of professional golf. The PGA Tour The Tour went a long way in setting us back when it came to its response to the covid situation. Professional golf is a sport that is uniquely designed to change people's lives. Competing in LIV does not do that. The Saudis have not created a new market. It is an “artificial stimulus.” A “kamikaze” attack on an American institution perhaps. Golf, to be compelling, must have an element of fear. When everyone becomes super-rich, there's nothing to fear. Tiger Woods (& Rory McIlroy) role in the PGA Tour … Is the Tour becoming cartelized? The golf media won't ask the questions because it is terrified of Tiger Woods. Does the sport of golf need professional golf to thrive or even survive? College football Sports have contributed to the cultural decline over the last two-and-a-half years. This much is clear. Pro golf, college and pro basketball, and college football all had the chance to step up and be leaders in the culture and stand up to the crazy policies implemented by the covid regime, but none of them did. Every other sports organization and league across the world were cowardly as well. How and why did this happen? The cancellation of the 2020 Ivy League basketball tournament started the ball rolling… “College football no longer exists.” Winning the National Championship is now the only thing. The NIL money, the new transfer rules, and the upcoming 12-team playoff has destroyed what was once perhaps the favorite sport of much of the country—college football. It's not the same sport that it was even three years ago. What in the heck is the point of college now when academia is ruined, and the college sports landscape is ruined? The Penn State Case We come at this discussion of the case with the perspective that Jerry Sandusky is innocent and therefore Joe Paterno's reputation has been dragged through the mud unfairly. The conversation then builds on that. John Ziegler's reporting on this case leads to no other conclusion other than Sandusky's innocence and that Paterno was certainly framed, thus becoming a fall guy for the ineptitude of the corporate media and the vendetta academia has against sports—college football in particular. If this claim disturbs you at all, you need to first do some basic research on the facts of the case. Start with Episode 77 of Sportlanders the Podcast and if you have the time, listen to the entirety of With the Benefit of Hindsight. The Penn State Case has proven to be a perfect storm, not a hoax or a conspiracy or a cover-up…the cover-up comes elsewhere with the media and the prosecution. Conspiracy: “a secret plan or agreement between persons for an unlawful or harmful purpose, especially with political motivation, while keeping their agreement secret from the public or from other people affected by it.” Conspiracy Theory: “an explanation for an event or situation that involves a conspiracy by sinister and powerful groups, often political in motivation.” The covid era was not a conspiracy, either. Much like this case it was the dumb leading the stupid to insane conclusions. “I want to make something clear. I am not raising doubt about what happened. I know what really did and did not happen. What we were told did not happen. It did not. Period! Did not happen! Jerry Sandusky is completely innocent—as insane I myself would have thought that was insane. If you told me that in 2012, I would have thought that was insane. In fact, when people did tell me that in 2012, I thought they were nuts.” ... “This whole saga is the worst example in modern history of a complete fraud that was—to this day still—accepted as gospel truth by every single element of the news media and not one of those news media members. Not one of them can tell you even the basic facts of the case… And it doesn't even bother them! It doesn't even bother them that they can't tell you any facts of the case. Because they know the truth because everybody in their bubble said the same thing and even though we know they've been wrong so many times.” —John Ziegler Reference the Duke – BYU volleyball thing and then the BYU – University of Oregon football thing. Ziegler was on with Dan Abrams on NewsNation the other night talking about it all. https://twitter.com/Zigmanfreud/status/1572065085471993857 The Jay Paterno diagram of how the showers in the Lasch Football Building at Penn State were designed. After this case broke, there exist no known photos of the showers and the entire building was renovated in 2012-2013. https://twitter.com/Zigmanfreud/status/860667211786067968 Did the prosecution team tell Mike McQueary to “clam up?” The Ziegler appearance mentioned with Piers Morgan in 2013. https://youtu.be/jwsAqaRKLDA John Ziegler – Twitter The Sandusky Case Flow Chart The horrible HBO movie Paterno. Not recommended whatsoever. How do Hall of Fame coach Dick Vermeil and longtime NFL and college head coach Herm Edwards tie into this case? Can't say for sure, because nobody will talk on the record. Interestingly, Vermeil wrote the foreword to Jerry Sandusky's book, Touched. Herman Edwards, a former player for Vermeil, according to a conversation Vermeil had with Ziegler, told his former coach, “There's a guy in California who's going to break the case wide open…” Probably this guy… Penn Law Fumble — PennLawFumble.info on the Internet Archive Wayback Machine We talk about the “Ohio State wrestling scandal” involving Ohio congressman Jim Jordan. I don't know of any decent reporting on this after a cursory glance of the search engine results. If anyone has a decent breakdown … of the truth … please leave it in the comments section. Some Twitter follows for more clarity in the “Penn State case”: https://twitter.com/Zigmanfreud https://twitter.com/VexPith https://twitter.com/AndyFavor1 https://twitter.com/WhiteyBall24 https://twitter.com/DombroskiMike https://twitter.com/AllPSUfootball https://twitter.com/TheodorouJustin https://twitter.com/SteveMasters7 There are many more and I apologize if I missed you… Brian O'Leary
In this episode of the Marriage Walkers podcast, Chris and Becky discuss how to communicate ideas, opinions, and beliefs. They talk about the importance of sharing, tips and tricks how to have an effective conversation, and how to stay open minded when listening to your partner.
“I need to take a look at myself in the mirror, and accept exactly who I am right now, on the journey of being who I really want to be.” In the coastal forests of Oregon, there is a mirror hammered onto what remains of an old tree. Framing the mirror are the bones of a bull that has long passed. And, in this special episode of Taking Off The Mask, Ever Forward Club's Ashanti Branch shares what he said to the mirror, to himself, a year ago during Convergence 6 - an event held by Sacred Sons. Visiting the mirror is considered a ceremony. And this ceremony has a name: The Death Ceremony. (0:30) Ashanti makes some announcements about what's going on at the Ever Forward Club. Then, he describes his visit to Sacred Sons' Convergence 6, up on the Oregon coast, and “The Death Ceremony.” (12:25) Ashanti approaches and explains “The Death Ceremony.” (15:35) Ashanti begins the ceremony. He looks himself in the mirror. He reflects on what he sees and recalls what he used to see in the mirror as a child. --- Create your own mask anonymously at millionmask.org If you are interested in being on the Face to Face podcast, email us at email@example.com --- Connect with Ashanti Branch: Instagram: instagram.com/branchspeaks Facebook: facebook.com/BranchSpeaks Twitter: twitter.com/BranchSpeaks LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/ashantibranch Website: branchspeaks.com --- Send in a voice message: anchor.fm/branch-speaks/message --- Connect with Ever Forward Club: Instagram: instagram.com/everforward Facebook: facebook.com/everforwardclub Twitter: twitter.com/everforwardclub LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/the-ever-forward-club
Today I'm chatting with Vin Vashishta, Founder of V Squared. Vin believes that with methodical strategic planning, companies can prepare for continuous transformation by removing the silos that exist between leadership, data, AI, and product teams. How can these barriers be overcome, and what is the impact of doing so? Vin answers those questions and more, explaining why process disruption is necessary for long-term success and gives real-world examples of companies who are adopting these strategies. Highlights/ Skip to: What the AI ‘Last Mile' Problem is (03:09) Why Vin sees so many businesses are reevaluating their offerings and realigning with their core business model (09:01) Why every company today is struggling to figure out how to bridge the gap between data, product, and business value (14:25) How the skillsets needed for success are evolving for data, product, and business leaders (14:40) Vin's process when he's helping a team with a data strategy, and what the end result looks like (21:53) Why digital transformation is dead, and how to reframe what business transformation means in today's day and age (25:03) How Airbnb used data to inform their overall strategy to survive during a time of massive industry disruption, and how those strategies can be used by others as a preventative measure (29:03) Unpacking how a data strategy leader can work backward from a high-level business strategy to determining actionable steps and use cases for ML and analytics (32:52) Who (what roles) are ultimately responsible in an ideal strategy planning session? (34:41) How the C-Suite can bridge business & data strategy and the impact the world's largest companies are seeing as a result (36:01) Quotes from Today's Episode “And when you have that [core business & technology strategy] disconnect, technology goes in one direction, what the business needs and what customers need sort of lives outside of the silo.” – Vin Vashishta (06:06) “Why are we doing data and not just traditional software development? Why are we doing data science and not analytics? There has to be a justification because each one of these is more expensive than the last, each one is, you know, less certain.” – Vin Vashishta (10:36) “[The right people to train] are smart about the technology, but have also lived with the users, have some domain expertise, and the interest in making a bigger impact. Let's put them in strategy roles.” – Vin Vashishta (18:58) “You know, this is never going to end. Transformation is continuous. I don't call it digital transformation anymore because that's making you think that this thing is somehow a once-in-a-generation change. It's not. It's once every five years now.” – Vin Vashishta (25:03) “When do you want to have those [business] opportunities done by? When do you want to have those objectives completed by? Well, then that tells you how fast you have to transform if you want to use each one of these different technologies.” – Vin Vashishta (25:37) “You've got to disrupt the process. Strategy planning is not the same anymore. Look at how Amazon does it. ... They are destroying their competitors because their strategy planning process is both expert and data model-driven.” – Vin Vashishta (33:44) “And one of the critical things for CDOs to do is tell stories with data to the board. When they sit in and talk to the board. They need to tell those stories about how one data point hit this one use case and the company made $4 million.” – Vin Vashishta (39:33) Links HumblePod: https://humblepod.com V Squared: https://datascience.vin LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vineetvashishta/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/v_vashishta YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheHighROIDataScientist Substack: https://vinvashishta.substack.com/
Du willst nicht, dass dein Produkt bzw. deine Dienstleistung in der Masse an Angeboten untergeht? Dann nutze den HALO-Effekt. Der Halo-Effekt bedeutet übersetzt: "Heiligenschein Effekt". Dieser Begriff ist ein sozial-psychologisches Phänomen, welches einen Wahrnehmungsfehler beschreibt. Hört sich in erster Regel sehr komplex an, passiert uns in der Praxis ziemlich oft. Als Beispiel: Wir sehen eine Dame mit Brille die Straße entlang laufen. Wir würden diese Dame (ohne sie überhaupt zu kennen) als äußerst intelligent einstufen. Komisch, oder? In dem Fall überstrahlt die Brille unserer Wahrnehmung und wir dichten dieser Person unbewusst andere Merkmale hinzu. Umgekehrt können wir auch eine negative Wahrnehmung erzeugen. Würden wir einer molligen Person begegnen, unterstellen wir ihr faul oder auch dumm zu sein. Wie du diesen Effekt jedoch positiv für dein Marketing einsetzen kannst, dass erzähle ich dir in dieser Podcast-Folge. _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-
To have the problem of finishing a campaign milestone and have your players still wanting more, even though the story is over, is a much better problem to have than your players being bored because there is no end in sight.How many campaigns have you been a part of that have languished and died because of a lack of payoff. Is your gaming group losing steam? Are you scrambling to wrap up story arcs? We address these challenges and more as we discuss how we think many stories are better for having an ending.Our Website: https://icastspells.comOur Twitter: @passive_podcastOur Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgShow Breakdown:0:00: Intro02:40: TTRPG News16:19: Main Topic18:32: Personal examples of TTRPG campaigns that suffered from having shaky conclusions.22:30: Consider playing your TTRPG campaign in chapters.27:23: How unclear campaign goals can affect pacing.29:20: The fantasy of the never-ending campaign can stand in the way of good games.32:03: How many times have you as a GM/DM had to scramble to tie up a campaign?33:42: Examples of TTRPG systems that nudge players toward campaign conclusions.35:39: Foregoing a game's natural conclusion can prevent you from trying other things that you might find you enjoy.37:52: Framing the conclusion of your game.45:40: Outro47:31: Absolute Mayhem
My guest today is a long-awaited one, the brilliant Dr. Gabor Maté. A renowned speaker and bestselling author. Dr. Maté is highly sought after for his expertise on a range of topics, including addiction, stress, and childhood development. We showcase his latest book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture, and the many overlapping layers involved in the wellness/illness/trauma matrix. The subjects at hand – addiction, trauma, and recovery – are near and dear to my own experience and development as a person. As such, we go deep in this one, perhaps a little too deep for my comfort, personally. But in the end, I think the value to you, the listener, will make any vulnerability I endured worth every minute of it. Don't miss the Off-Grid Homestead Bundle. I've partnered with dozens of fellow creators to put together the ultimate one-stop shop for learning how to start a homestead, go off-grid, and cultivate a sustainable life for you and your family. For a limited time – September 16-25 – get the Off-Grid Homestead Bundle for a wild 99% OFF. That's only $50 for 100+ handpicked courses, available at LukeStorey.com/OffGrid. 00:10:09 — Dr. Maté's Latest Book: The Myth of Normal The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture Drawing lines between individual experience and cultural impact Lakota wisdom from Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona Great Balls Of Fire! by Jerry Lee Lewis (1957) 00:22:22 — The Role Trauma Plays in Addiction Defining addition and trauma Framing addiction as a solution to a problem Framing trauma as a wound Fleeing Nazi occupation in 1944 How childhood trauma scars over Unpacking Luke's experience with sexual abuse Into the Magic Shop by James R. Doty MD 00:57:59 — Healing Through the Judicious Use of Psychedelics Luke's experience reliving his abuse during ceremony What is a trigger vs. the ammunition behind it? Granting ourselves grace A case of ayawaska recovery from Dr. Maté's book Bill Wilson's experiments with LSD The importance of set and setting How To Change Your Mind by Michael Pollan Acknowledging the access/privilege factor Dosed (2019) 01:34:05 — Gratitude for the Process of Recovery Humans as being naturally kind and nurturing vs. hostile Finding your true nature Talk therapy (make it trauma-informed) The story of Eve Ensler Internal Family Systems practice Compassionate Inquiry practice Wisdom of Trauma (2021) EMDR practice The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel van der Kolk, MD What Happened to You? by Oprah Winfrey The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness, & Healing in a Toxic Culture Appreciating the work of A.H. Almaas IntraConnected by Daniel J. Siegel, MD Appreciating with work of Bessel van der Kolk, MD The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle More about this episode. Watch on YouTube. THIS SHOW IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY: BIOME BREAKTHROUGH. 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Jesse and Brittany discuss a recent fraud experience involving Brittany’s license plates, Jesse’s ban from TikTok and Jordan Peterson’s continued whining about being banned from Twitter, continuing changes at CNN and fears surrounding how media is framing threats to democracy, the chaos surrounding appointing of a special master in Mar-a-Lago search and DOJ’s appeal, efforts... The post #826 – “Fraud & Bans, Media Framing Threats on Democracy, Special Master, Undercover Spies for GOP, and Takin’ Care of Biz feat. Clara Sorrenti.” appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.
In today's conversation, I am joined by Kwame Christian, who I believe is our first 3-peat guest! (Though Dr. Marco Palma from the Human Behavior Lab at Texas A&M has technically been on the show three times, once was part of a panel when we launched the certificate program so I am going to say that Kwame is in a class all his own (for so many reasons)). Kwame was also my first guest on the first-ever live show of The Brainy Business on Fireside earlier this week. If you haven't heard of Fireside yet or checked out the show there, and if you don't yet have enough Kwame (I know I never will!) check out the replay within these show notes. Fireside is a new platform co-founded by Mark Cuban where I was recently invited to do a show. It lets the audience come up on stage to participate and ask questions. It is really cool and I'm going to be testing it out for a bit to see if this is a good permanent addition to the content you get from The Brainy Business. So if you want to stay around and have a chance to come behind the scenes and be part of the show, please come join us there. And of course, listen in on this episode as Kwame and I talk all about his new book, How to Have Difficult Conversations about Race. Show Notes: [00:40] In today's conversation, I am joined by Kwame Christian, who I believe is the first guest to be here on the show three times AND my first ever guest on the live show on Fireside. [01:42] Fireside is a new platform co-founded by Mark Cuban where I was recently invited to do a show. It lets the audience come up on stage to participate and ask questions. [03:20] Today we are talking all about Kwame's new book, How to Have Difficult Conversations about Race, which officially comes out on September 13th. [05:18] Kwame shares about himself and his background. Kwame is an attorney, does work in negotiation, and has a background in psychology. [07:27] Kwame shares his journey in writing his new book. He wants to be where the toughest conversations are. [08:47] He is not here to teach people how to think about race. He is here to offer guidance on how to talk about race. [11:11] We are all biased in different types of ways and we need to think more broadly about bias. People need to have a more empowered stance when it comes to bias. [12:32] Bias is real and it is going to play a role so why don't we take the time to calibrate and manage the role of bias in our favor? It is a strategic tool we can leverage to our advantage. [14:22] We are biased against bias. [15:18] Let's live with the fact that we have biases and learn to manage them. [17:22] If we are not making any mistakes that might be an indication of us not interacting with people that see the world differently than us. [18:11] We have to be outcome-oriented in our conversations. We need to know our goal and then reverse engineer a strategy for that goal. [20:04] We need to recognize that we need to be aware of the biases but not fear them. Biases make us human. [23:07] Kwame shares a true story from his book about a man named Daryl that tries to convert KKK members. He has converted over 200 members. [25:51] We have more persuasive power than we realize. [28:27] In these conversations we are not going to try to win. [30:02] His new book can be used by anybody that has any goal in a difficult conversation. [31:54] Anything that does not violate a physical law is negotiable. We can negotiate anything, we just need the right mindset. [34:05] Conflict is an opportunity. These difficult conversations provide us with opportunities. We just need to be curious and listen. [36:26] Melina shares her closing thoughts. [37:29] Not every battle is yours to fight. Choose where you can have or want impact and go full force, one strategic decision at a time. Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. Let's connect: Melina@TheBrainyBusiness.com The Brainy Business® on Facebook The Brainy Business on Twitter The Brainy Business on Instagram The Brainy Business on LinkedIn Melina on LinkedIn The Brainy Business on Youtube Join the BE Thoughtful Revolution – our free behavioral economics community, and keep the conversation going! Learn and support The Brainy Business: Check out and get your copies of Melina's Books. Get the Books Mentioned on (or related to) this Episode: Finding Confidence in Conflict, by Kwame Christian How to Have Difficult Conversations About Race, by Kwame Christian What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You, by Melina Palmer How Minds Change, by David McRaney What Your Customer Wants and Can't Tell You, by Melina Palmer Connect with Kwame: American Negotiation Institute website Kwame on Twitter Kwame on LinkedIn Top Recommended Next Episode: Introducing Kwame Christian and How to Use the Compassionate Curiosity Framework for Difficult Conversations (episode 107) Already Heard That One? Try These: Using Anchoring in Negotiations, an Interview with Kwame Christian (episode 146) Confirmation Bias (episode 102) Anchoring (episode 11) Focusing Illusion (episode 89) Fundamental Attribution Error (episode 92) Familiarity Bias (episode 149) How Minds Change with David McRaney (episode 210) Status Quo Bias (episode 142) Framing (episode 16) Other Important Links: Brainy Bites - Melina's LinkedIn Newsletter The Brainy Business LIVE on Fireside Article Melina Wrote About NASA's Leadership Strategies That Enabled the Moon Landing for Inc Magazine
I could have seen this coming... That's the last thing you want to say when your project isn't going well. To minimize this risk, you'll need to identify red flags early on and work to create conditions for success. But it's challenging to talk about these topics with internal stakeholders before your project begins. People are eager to start; it makes sense. And you don't want to be seen as the one who is delaying things unnecessarily or putting roadblocks up. Before you climb a mountain, it's wise to take advice from someone who's done it before so that you don't get stuck halfway on your journey. In this case, you're the one who's climbed the mountain of a service design project, and your internal stakeholder is eager to embark on their first trip. So how do you make it evident that you're doing your internal stakeholder a service by addressing the conditions for success early on? You're helping them avoid common pitfalls and saving them the embarrassment of cleaning up the mess when things go sour. Well, in this episode, you'll hear three examples of how service design professionals have successfully managed to create the space to have these conversations with their stakeholders. One of my takeaways is that you need to have a clear process and structure in place that guides you through the tough questions at the start of a project. Enjoy the conversation and keep making a positive impact :) - Marc --- [ EPISODE GUIDE ] --- 00:00 Welcome to the Show 04:00 Who is James 04:45 Why this topic? 08:45 What gives it away? 10:15 Do we need this? 12:15 Ignition conversation canvas 21:00 Kick-off workshop 24:00 Increased accountability 25:15 The learning mindset 28:00 The value is in the process 29:15 Framing service design 31:15 Knowing what's relevant 36:15 Slow down 39:30 The green flags 42:00 You want to hear it's important 44:15 Just do this one thing 47:15 Closing thoughts --- [ CIRCLE ] --- Join our community of in-house service design professionals at the Circle. www.servicedesignshow.com/circle/
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: Framing AI Childhoods, published by David Udell on September 6, 2022 on LessWrong. Generated as part of SERI MATS, under John Wentworth. Thanks to Alex Turner and Garrett Baker for related discussion, and Justis Mills for draft feedback. All bold claims and ignorant mistakes herein are my own. Do you remember when Evan Hubinger became really enamored with 'training stories,' a way of carving up the alignment problem into 'training rationales' and 'training goals'? Evan's idea was that we ought to think of alignment as choosing a target model that we want to end up with after training, plus choosing a training procedure that will actually yield that model. In my prior experience talking to people about this way of framing the alignment problem. people didn't especially get it. The typical response of those who had heard of this was, "Yeah, that's one way to carve up the problem apart from, e.g., inner and outer alignment. But so what? How does this framing help us actually reduce the problem? It seems no better or worse than our old framings." I used to have that response myself. However, I now think I understand training stories! Here's my take: What Do Training Stories Buy You That Inner/Outer Alignment Doesn't? It's worth pointing out how phrasing inner and outer alignment in terms of training stories makes clear what I think was our biggest mistake in formulating that terminology, which is that inner/outer alignment presumes that the right way to build an aligned model is to find an aligned loss function and then have a training goal of finding a model that optimizes for that loss function. However, as I hope the more general framework of training stories should make clear, there are many possible ways of trying to train an aligned model. Microscope AI and STEM AI are examples that I mentioned previously, but in general any approach that intends to use a loss function that would be problematic if directly optimized for, but then attempts to train a model that doesn't directly optimize for that loss function, would fail on both outer and inner alignment—and yet might still result in an aligned model. --Evan, How do we become confident in the safety of a machine learning system? What training stories buy you is a framing of the alignment problem that doesn't imply that the only way you can use a loss function is as an outer objective that you would like to see directly optimized for. This is one way you can use a loss function -- but it definitely isn't the only such way! It's badly misleading for your framing of the alignment problem to suggest that inner/outer alignment of a powerful model is the only way to survive. For example, say that you were raising a kid. One childrearing scheme is to carefully make your kid's childhood robust to arbitrary levels of precocious genius in your kid. You'd build a childhood such that overachieving in it would only ever be a good thing. You'd drill athletics, navigating complex adult social situations, difficult moral dilemmas, etc., always making sure that there isn't some perverse victory condition way up near the skill ceiling of the task. For on this approach, you don't ever want optimization power being pointed in a direction you wouldn't want to see optimized, in the way that you don't ever want to needlessly point a gun barrel at anything you don't want destroyed. This childrearing scheme revolves around designing for overachievers, so that your kids will leave childhood once they rise to the level of "overachiever," and then generalize their instilled drive to overachievement in the same spirit after they leave the nest. You'll notice that the above approach to childrearing is pretty weird, and looks more like Ender's Game or Molly's Game than it does any kind of conventionally advised childrearing. It's in fact okay for...
When choosing technology, sometimes we need to take a step back and confirm the "Why" before implementing the "What." This is where our Advisory Services Experience team helps our customers inform their digital strategy through guided workshops and problem framing in order to course confirm and/or correct, and define direction by prioritizing business needs to better inform innovation for better business outcomes.
In a recent exclusive interview with The Cut, Meghan Markle opened up about her new life in California, the struggles of her past, and her plans for her future. This was partly done as part of a promotion effort for Meghan's new podcast, Archetypes. This week, we examine and decode this article to analyze what she said and what she meant. Hear how Meghan and Harry's PR has perpetually let them down, why their campaigns always feel like plan Bs, and discover examples of their many PR missteps. This episode explains why this article feels like another plan B in trying to reshape their reputation, and breaks down some framing attempts in it and the agenda behind them. Please note this episode carries a trigger warning for suicide and depression. Key Points From This Episode: • The Cut's article about Meghan Markle and how it's part of a promotion effort for her new podcast, Archetypes. • Today's topic: The major takeaway from how this article has been framed. • Framing attempts in the article and the agenda behind them. • Harry's suspicious absence from this profile and why this might be. • The relatable aspects of Meghan and Harry's lives versus the unrelatable aspects. • The message she sends to the royal family and the tricky nature of navigating hypocrisy in media relations. • TW: To avoid references to suicide, skip audio from 29:34 to 30:03. • The key takeaway from this article and the message Meghan is sending to the royal family. • The Indestructible PR tip for the day, relating to hypocrisy in media interviews. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: ‘Meghan of Montecito She's left the Firm behind. Harry's found a polo team in Santa Barbara. The kids are doing great. Now she's ready for her next act.' — Archetypes Sunshine Sachs Morgan & Lylis Molly McPherson on TwitterMolly McPherson on TikTokMolly McPherson on YouTube Molly McPherson on Instagram Indestructible PR on Facebook Indestructible: Reclaim Control and Respond with Confidence in a Media Crisis Indestructible: Reclaim Control and Respond with Confidence in a Media Crisis Audio Book Listen and Subscribe on Apple Podcasts
This episode kicks off A/V Art Club's Art Galleries 101 series where we share advice for artists on how to get their work in galleries and navigate gallery relationships. In this episode, Lauren and Chris discuss the importance of consistent bodies of work, materials and professional presentation.Check out Lauren's Patreon at:https://www.patreon.com/laurenstarotCheck us out on Instagram at:@laurenpiemont@chrisclampart@avartclubEmail us at:email@example.com
In this episode of Empire, Jason and Mike are joined by Kain Warwick, founder of Synthetix. This is one of my favorite episodes where we discuss why protocol fees are the next meta, the value of liquidity mining and token incentives, Synthetix's roadmap, protocol-specific stablecoins and much more! - - (00:00) Introduction (02:06) Protocol Revenue KPIs (10:40) Do open-source protocols have moats? (19:55) Airdrops, liquidity mining and attempts to grow TVL (28:00) Framing the cost of liquidity mining: cash vs equity (31:43) B2B permissoned composability and Protocol M&A (37:56) Token supply caps & path dependency (49:35) Should protocols retain or distribute fees (52:10) Payment for order flow (54:36) Synthetix's End Game (1:00:16) Why DAOs will outcompete traditional organizations (1:04:38) Synthetix v3, Regulation and Liquidity-as-a-Service (1:12:46) Why Synthetix is removing inflation (1:16:04) Protocol-specific stablecoins & MakerDAO's USDC reliance - - Follow Kain: https://twitter.com/kaiynne Follow Jason: https://twitter.com/JasonYanowitz Follow Mike: https://twitter.com/MikeIppolito_ Follow Empire: https://twitter.com/theempirepod Subscribe on YouTube: https://tinyurl.com/4fdhhb2j Subscribe on Apple: https://tinyurl.com/mv4frfv7 Subscribe on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/wbaypprw - - Get top market insights and the latest in crypto news. Subscribe to Blockworks Daily Newsletter: https://blockworks.co/newsletter/ - - Disclaimer: Nothing said on Empire is a recommendation to buy or sell securities or tokens. This podcast is for informational purposes only, and any views expressed by anyone on the show are solely our opinions, not financial advice. Santiago, Jason, and our guests may hold positions in the companies, funds, or projects discussed.
The world is slowly realizing that everyone has the power to take their health back into their own hands. This is the vision that the founders of Umbo Mushrooms have, and on today's episode of the Mushroom Show, we dive deep into how and why mushrooms of all kinds are the way of the future. We chat with Rashad and Del about the problems with psilocybin legalization, their respective journeys into the mushroom space, mushrooms for athletic recovery and performance, mycophobia, and so much more. This was a super interesting conversation and we're grateful to be running alongside such high-integrity players in the mushroom space! Tell us what you loved and what we missed in the comments below. Thanks for listening. 0:00 - Framing the Conversation1:38 - Rashad's Journey Into Mushrooms (Brain Injuries, Life After a Fighting Career, Psychological Wellbeing)6:43 - Tony's Experience with Lions Mane 8:01 - Del's Journey Into Mushrooms (Advocating for Plant Medicine, Law Reformation, Informing Top-Tier Researchers about Psilocybin)13:26 - Are Many Athletes Using Psilocybin?16:47 - Psilocybin Testing in Athletes (Getting Back What You Already Have)19:40 - Issues with the Road to Psilocybin Legalization (The Opportunity to do Psychedelics Right)29:10 - Mushrooms for Body, Mind, and Environment (Taking Health Back into Your Own Hands)37:05 - Eradicating Mycophobia (UMBO's Vision)44:23 - Final Remarks on the Mushroom SpaceBios:Rashad EvansUFC Champion. A former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, Rashad knows a thing or two about the connection between mind and body, and the importance of having both in sync. He credits mushrooms for that one-two punch of focus + energy in training and competition, and then easing the transition from fighter to “just getting back to being me.” Rashad is passionate about transforming sports nutrition and transforming access to education so that others can have the same opportunities that he did.Del JollyAdvocate & Educator. Focused on shifting the cultural narrative, Del worked as part of Decriminalize Denver and Charlotte's Web CBD before co-founding Unlimited Sciences, a psychedelic research nonprofit partnered with the likes of Johns Hopkins University. He believes functional mushrooms have just as much, if not more, potential than psychedelics and is committed to exploring and unearthing everything we can.Find out more about Rashad and Del using the links below:UMBO Mushrooms: https://getumbo.com/Unlimited Sciences: https://unlimitedsciences.org/
According to a recent update from the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), during a meeting with schoolchildren in Kaliningrad, Putin stated that the purpose of the “special military operation” is to eliminate the “anti-Russian enclave” that is forming in Ukraine and is an existential threat to the Russian state. The post False Framing? Ukraine Conflict Assessments in Maps (August 28 – September 1, 2022) appeared first on ComplexDiscovery.
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Framing My Gift of Life The personal power that we each have to frame our gift of life is truly awesome! While there are some aspects of this gift for which we have no control, there are so many others where we do get to make individual choices to make the most of this gift that we have been given. A thought that may be of value for each of us to ponder in deciding the daily direction we choose to point our viewpoints for living: I cannot change the beginning of my life. I can begin today to determine how it will be at the end.
Where are we going? We're going to talk about seeing church as a city we build within the cities we live in or what we call Brave Cities. This is an organization co-directed by Hugh Halter which is a consulting firm committed to equip, coach, and connect apostolic leaders who are building kingdom ecosystems as a new way of being church. A Kingdom Ecosystem is another way of describing an interconnected and interdependent network of missionary disciples, who band together to incubate good works in a specific local context. These good works include new businesses, justice works, and incarnationally focused homes that all work together so that a prospering economy and intentional community form. We hope the content and the spirit of Brave Cities will be what you've been needing and looking for and that real hope for you, your family, and your leadership will emerge. Listen to Episode 19 of the podcast and access the show notes below. Future Church Insights: 1. Hugh shares what creates a “Brave City” church plant. Comprised of three essential parts, a Brave City plant is a different type of Church Plant integrates a benevolent business or business design that helps the town and creates jobs to change the atmosphere in the city. The second is incarnational, neighborhood homes which are homes for people that live in certain parts of the neighborhood who seek to better the area and create lasting positive change. The third is justice works which are things that other people are not doing that the town desperately needs done, specifically people that are on the margins or don't have the same access as everyone else. 2. How Brave Cities incubate good works through new businesses. Hugh shares how they utilize their 501c (3) holding company to help people start businesses that strategically change the city. They provide a central administrative and legal covering for them as they seek to get started. However, good works don't have to be Christians with an idea. They can come from non-Christians that have something they want to contribute. 3. The biggest obstacle facing Brave Cities right now. The need to create jobs in this country has gone down over the last few years which unfortunately means job creation isn't a top priority for a lot of businesses right now. With that being said, the most important goal right now for Brave Cities is to move people into the spiritual community who progress from business development to a community of family and friends. It is through this process that people can be discipled as we give witness to the LORD. Goals and Desired Outcomes: They seek to redefine the way you think about the future church and your future as you consider your true passions, dreams, and visions for blessing the cities you live in. Here are the changes they seek to change in churches: The Theology of Church as a City on a Hill Promoting the 6 elements required to build a Kingdom Ecosystem Moving from Pastoral Leadership to Apostolic Leadership How To Create Multiple Buckets of Income for yourself and the Ecosystem God Forms Firing Your Congregation and Framing a New Community Providing a New Template for creating Natural Evangelistic and Prophetic Influence in Your City Promoting Business Not FOR Mission or IN Mission, but AS Mission Brave Cities would like to have 100 cities that are building Kingdom Ecosystems over the next decade. Links www.bravecities.com Quotes from Hugh Halter: “The greatest strategy for giving young people a vision for leading their own friends spiritually to guide and disciple their own friends is to call them into their own homes.” “Businesses are important in this process because it's your financial sustainability and credibility with the city, but the real ministry still has to be individual people that feel confident to guide spiritual conversation, open up the Scriptures, and have talks about life and meaningful things with people...
James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana react to CNN's apparent effort to be less confrontational politically and discuss the (de)evolution of the news media into a profit centered entertainment offering (01:22). The guys also discuss Biden's student loan forgiveness program and how the merits of government assistance are often judged based not on the amounts in question but rather on who is getting assisted (37:02).CNN cancels 'Reliable Sources,' host Stelter leaving network (Yahoo!)RIP Reliable Sources—and Corporate Media's Willingness to Examine Itself (Fair.org)With Brian Stelter's ‘Reliable Sources' Canceled, Who's Left to Keep Tabs on the Media? (Variety)Profits Slump at CNN as Ratings Plummet (NY Times)You Literally Can't Believe The Facts Tucker Carlson Tells You. So Say Fox's Lawyers (NPR)The Biden-Harris Administration's Student Debt Relief Plan Explained (US Dept Education)Big New Details On Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan, Including When To Expect Relief (Forbes)White House Twitter Account Tells Republican Hypocrites To Sit Down And STFU (Vanity Fair)Fact-checking 6 Criticisms of Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plan (Time)
In this episode we discuss when we want someone to do something one key element is asking correctly. This technique is called framing. Often when we see the news reporters ask people questions on scene we witness framing. Instead of asking an open ended question they use keywords to direct the person's thoughts. When introducing the idea of asking for something from the other party in a real estate transaction, framing becomes essential. Instead of saying to your client that the other party should do something we say “I will check with the other party and see what they say”.
Welcome to "Re-framing Our Lived Experience – Transforming Trauma", Episode #83 of Co-creating Peace, a series about conscious communication and conflict transformation. Just about everyone has experienced trauma in their life. Some traumas are what might be called relatively minor, others can be horrendous, and there are many degrees of trauma in between. Each of us deals with our trauma in different ways. Some people are able to process their trauma and work it through more easily than others. Some find it easier to talk about their trauma than others do. Each person's journey through their trauma is different. As today's guest says: “Most of healing from trauma is an inside job.”I've been wanting to do some episodes about trauma because I have seen that trauma can result from conflict, and trauma can also be the cause of conflict. I think the latter often happens because a traumatized person's need for empathy may exceed another person's capacity to empathize, which can cause pain and frustration for both, and because of how hard it can be to talk about our trauma, which can make it more difficult for others to understand and empathize.Joining me today is Greg Wieting, founder of PRISMA – a framework overlaying trauma, neuroscience, and energy medicine with somatic and mindfulness-based practices, to talk about how we can transform our trauma, see our lived experience with new awareness and wisdom, and use these to build stronger, healthier relationships with ourselves and others.Greg Wieting helps you heal the anxiety, depression, chronic pain and trauma you can't think or talk your way out of. He developed PRISMA while healing his own anxiety, depression, and chronic pain rooted in trauma. This included unraveling a severe spinal curvature and standing three inches taller today!Over the last two decades, Greg has helped thousands heal through his one-on-one practice and has certified hundreds of healthcare professionals in his methodology. His new online course and community now make healing practical and accessible to all. To learn more about Greg Wieting's work, visit: www.gregwieting.comTo receive the free PRISMA workbook, go to: www.gregwieting.com/free-prisma-download. Learn more about PRISMA at: www.prismamethod.com. When you use this coupon code: KATHLEEN, Greg will give you 10% off of The PRISMA Course plus he donates 10% to The Trevor Projects suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth. The PRISMA Course is the owner's manual for your mental, emotional and spiritual health. It comes complete with a trauma and neuroscience roadmap and an online community of travel companions. Somatic and mindfulness based practices equip you with GPS and a self-care energy medicine foundation training puts you inside the vehicle you need for a lifetime of healing.
Today we spoke with Bradley Franco - Yoga Trainer and Mental Leadership Coach Brad moved from Orange County, California to Cologne, Germany - we asked why to open up this very insightful dialogue. Currently, Brad is training football teams with regard to their athletic programme - movement quality, yoga, flexibility, recovery protocols, breathwork, and meditation practices. He also teaches yoga privately in Germany and online, grounded in his education in psychology. Brad highlighted the different mentality between a player and an athlete from his perspective, what a good yoga teacher does, and the benefits of a yoga class across different age groups and backgrounds. We dived into the differences between online and in-person engagements, the other big positives yoga gives that are often not highlighted...and how to build yoga buy-in into a routine for skeptics. Echoing a recent chat with Craig White, Brad highlighted the value of quiet time for oneself, elaborated on interoception...and what a typical week looks like for Brad himself, which was very interesting. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Highlights ⚽ Working as a Yoga teacher in professional football
Today I am very excited to introduce you to Nancy Harhut, cofounder and chief creative officer of HBT Marketing. She loves getting people to take action and specializes in blending best-of-breed creative techniques with behavioral science to prompt response – online, offline, and in-person. She has spoken around the world, including numerous appearances at SXSW, and has been named one of the 10 Most Fascinating People in B2B Marketing, a Social Top 50 Email Marketing Leader, and a Top 40 Digital Strategist. Her articles and work have appeared in Admap, US Ad Review, Target Marketing, DM News, Graphis Magazine, B@B Magazine, Who's Mailing What, Copywriting Insider, and “Open Me Now” by H.G. Lewis. Prior to co-founding HBT Marketing, Nancy held senior creative management positions with Hill Holliday, Mullen, and Digitas. She's helped some of the world's biggest brands create successful campaigns. Nancy and her teams have won over 200 awards for digital and direct marketing effectiveness, for clients such as AT&T, H&R Block, the GM Card, Dish Networks, and Nationwide. Today, we get to talk about her first book, Using Behavioral Science in Marketing, which just came out this week here in the U.S. Dive into the conversation and get ready to take action. Show Notes: [00:44] Today I am very excited to introduce you to Nancy Harhut, cofounder and chief creative officer of HBT Marketing. [02:05] Her first book, Using Behavioral Science in Marketing just came out this week. [04:20] Nancy shares about herself, her background, and how she found herself in the world of behavioral science. [06:01] She took principles and research from behavioral science and applied/tested them in marketing. [07:37] Anything she could find that might give her clients an advantage or extra edge was something she wanted to explore. [10:20] It is important to test so we know what is working and what doesn't work. [11:10] Nancy's examples in the book are very tangible, clear, easy, thorough, and thoughtful. [13:49] Social proof is incredibly powerful. Nancy shares examples of using social proof with her clients and the results. [16:31] Nancy shares why she wrote her new book. People were often asking if she had a book, including her now publisher Kogan Page. [16:54] Behavioral science and marketing absolutely work. Writing a book helps many more people to benefit from it. [19:19] She wanted to create a book that was short on science and long on applicability. She wanted it to be practical, easy to read, and actionable. (“Mission accomplished!” says Melina.) [21:30] She started her book with emotional and rational thinking because it was a good foundational factor and from there she started to talk about behavioral science principles that are strongly linked to emotion. [23:24] Having more good books in the world is always a positive thing. [25:44] If you present somebody with a couple of options as opposed to just one thing, they are much more likely to make a buying decision at the moment. If there are two options the question automatically changes to “Which of these two do I want?” [28:29] When saying “You have to make a choice and if you don't, someone else is going to make it for you” leverages autonomy bias. There was a bigger response because people didn't want someone making choices for them. [30:04] Behavioral science is not just for marketing. It is applicable across so many areas and professions. [33:04] Nancy shares an example of using choice architecture with a client that sold voluntary benefits. [34:47] They made accepting the meeting the easy choice and the path with the least resistance. [35:57] Melina shares an example of a blood drive on a college campus. [39:22] Melina shares her closing thoughts. [39:42] You are constantly communicating with people and there are small tweaks to your messaging that can make all the difference. [40:13] Melina's new book, What Your Employees Need and Can't Tell You is coming out on October 11th, 2022. [42:04] If you enjoy the experience I've provided here for you, will you share about it? That could mean leaving a rating/review or sharing the episode with a friend (or 10!) Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Android. If you like what you heard, please leave a review on iTunes and share what you liked about the show. I hope you love everything recommended via The Brainy Business! Everything was independently reviewed and selected by me, Melina Palmer. So you know, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. That means if you decide to shop from the links on this page (via Amazon or others), The Brainy Business may collect a share of sales or other compensation. 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Classic Scenic Berhad makes wooden picture frames and is listed on Bursa Malaysia's Main Board. It is one of the biggest frame makers in the world and has been steadily paying out dividends since its listing in 2004 - even through the pandemic. Its Executive Director, Eric Vo, paints us a picture of the business and what Classic Scenic can look forward to.
Body language is one of the most valuable assets for establishing a confident presence. Whether you're on-camera, on-stage, or in-person networking, It all boils down to the way you carry yourself. Between 70 and 93% of communication is non-verbal, so that's pretty important! Start strong at the base and plant your feet. If your legs are crossed, uncross them to give you a stronger foundation. If you really need to keep still and are standing, squeeze one thigh (weird, but it will keep you still!)The next component is keeping your shoulders back, and fighting that reflex to “close in” on yourself. Keeping your shoulders back and chin up whether you're in a seated or standing position.Last, and the absolute most important is eye contact. If you're on-camera, this looks like staring directly into your camera, not your preview on Zoom, but your actual camera. If you're in-person, then it's looking at actual eyeballs. This shows that you're focused and paying attention.
This episode was inspired by a conversation I had with a friend where I found myself wishing away time. I talk about how important it is to enjoy the process in life, rather than just rushing to tick off achievements and milestones! Hopefully it helps you in some way to go away and enjoy the rest of your 2022! TOPICS 01:56 - The problem with the “I'll be happy when….” mentality 08:02 - Framing your diet attempts for success 10:31 - The importance of not just trying to tick off achievements and milestones
In this episode, Matty Dalrymple (author of more than 9 novels and the host of the Indy Author Podcast) joins Jeff to talk about framing a story. They discuss different plotting methods and different ways to think through your story. They talk about framing for plot points, framing for character growth, or framing for the emotional journey. Check out the Indy Author Podcast at https://www.theindyauthor.com/ For more on dialogue, go to https://dialoguedoctor.com/
Have you ever felt like... You're taking on more work but you feel stuck You're growing revenue but you're not actually making more money You're great at your craft but lack some confidence on the business side Then you're going to want to listen to this episode. (Read below on how to win a 1-hour coaching consultation with Shawn Van Dyke -- Value: $500)Shawn Van Dyke, a former engineer and contractor turned construction business coach, hops on the podcast to dig into the problems most construction face, how to identify what's holding you back, and the areas where systems can help you grow, make more money, and get your life back. In this episode we talk about: Building systems Focusing on profit How to sell on value...not price Etc. WIN A 1-HR CONSULTATION WITH SHAWN
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Next up on the list of the "villains" of decision-making is narrow framing. It's basically what we do to make decisions look and feel simpler than they are. And it's a major problem! Background music is Of the Stars by KC Roberts & the Live Revolution SCRIPT: Another one of the Heath Brothers' villains of decision making is what they call “narrow framing.” Here's my take. I always felt like the expression “don't bring me problems; bring me solutions” was just about the stupidest thing a leader could say. First off, isn't it a leader's job to help to, y'know…lead people through solutions to difficult problems? Maybe more importantly, it feels like an attempt to force people to expedite a decision. What's the easiest and most defensible way to expedite a decision? Probably to artificially frame it as a go/no-go scenario. “Are we gonna do X or not do X?” Or maybe if we're lucky it's a slightly more creative “are we gonna do X, or are we gonna do Y?” And in my experience, the conditions for decision-making in boardrooms are so bad that to a senior manager the idea of bringing multiple options to the board – as opposed to a done-deal ready for approval – is like a living nightmare. But what's the point of a board? For my take, listen back to episodes 3 and 51. I don't think any of us would answer that the point of a board is just to be an approving machine. In fact, even when managers bring go/no-go decisions to the board, they're usually only doing it because it's really hard to figure out how to engage the board in an efficient AND useful discussion about multiple paths or options. But the fact is that virtually every decision truly does have multiple paths or options beyond “yes” and “no”. The best way to start building better habits is to just rip off the band-aid and TRY bringing a decision to the board earlier, before management has digested it into a go/no-go binary. Give them a chance to help you narrow it down and provide varied perspectives. Whatever part of the discussion goes well, say out loud that it was good, and try to recreate those conditions again in the future. Whatever goes poorly, say THAT out loud and try to avoid those conditions in the future. Whatever you do, don't just relapse back into your old, narrow framing habits.
In this special edition series, I will be joined by multiple thinkers and philosophers to discuss Platonic and Neoplatonic philosophy. This ongoing series of conversations will focus on the nature of goodness, truth, justice, freedom, beauty, reason, and love. My first guest in this series is the eminent cognitive scientist and philosopher John Vervaeke, and we examine D.C. Schindler's masterpiece "Plato's Critique of Impure Reason: On Goodness and Truth in the Republic."Be sure to check out Swan Private, the trusted Bitcoin financial services provider for high-net-worth individuals and businesses worldwide: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveGuestJohn's Twitter: https://twitter.com/vervaeke_johnPlato's Critique of Impure Reason: https://www.amazon.com/Platos-Critique-Impure-Reason-Goodness/dp/0813228247#:~:text=Plato's%20Critique%20of%20Impure%20Reason%20offers%20a%20dramatic%20interpretation%20of,real%20image%22%20of%20the%20good.PODCASTPodcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?si=wgVuY16XR0io4NLNo0A11A&nd=1RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYITranscript:Outline00:00:00 “What is Money?” Intro00:00:08 Swan Private00:01:37 Introducing the Book “Plato's Critique of Impure Reason”00:04:40 The Central Argument of the Book: Enriching Our Understanding of Reason00:08:34 Ratio (Science and Rationality) and Religio (Connectedness and Religion)00:11:22 Love as a Proper Proportioning in Service of the Whole00:15:15 The Deeper Meaning of Reason: “Love for What Is Real”00:18:09 A Return to the Contemplative, Non-Computational Account of Reason00:30:15 The Elusive “I”: The Impossibility of Framing the Process of Framing00:35:53 Theoria: To Contemplate, to Look in the Right Way, to Travel to See00:40:22 Misology: The Total Abandonment of Reason00:49:00 How Theory Shapes the Interpretation of Our Perceptions00:55:45 The Absolute Simultaneously Transcends and Includes the Relative01:09:15 The Inspiration of John's Neologism “Transjective”01:13:39 The Trivialization of Reason, Intellectual Impatience, and Hyperbolic Discounting01:22:14 Watch “Hard Money with Natalie Brunell” From Swan Studios01:23:00 Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth01:24:09 Printing Money Causes People to Lose Perspective on the Whole?01:28:16 Intellectual Impatience, Misology, and Totalitarianism01:34:10 “The Dictator Wins if He Can Make Everybody as Impulsive as Him”01:38:22 The Significance of Plato and the Idea of “The Good”01:45:44 The Good: The Unbreakable Promise of Intelligibility Always Tracking Reality01:50:43 Science is Based on the Ongoing Faith that Reality is Intelligible01:57:00 The Through-Line as the True-Line: Is There Universal Darwinism?02:03:34 The Distortions of Our Present “Cultural Cognitive Grammar”02:07:26 The Relationship Between the Dialectical and the Dialogical02:16:48 The Degree of Dialogical Connection Increases Collective Intelligence02:19:49 Entering Chapter 1: A Logic of Violence02:30:48 Substituting Faithfulness to The Logos with Totalizing Knowledge Brings Violence02:39:17 “Hitler Came to Power for A Reason”02:46:38 Using “Flatland” to Analogize the Transcendence of The Good02:56:28 “What is Money?” OutroSOCIALBreedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22?lang=enAll My Current Work: https://linktr.ee/breedlove22 WRITTEN WORKMedium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/ WAYS TO CONTRIBUTEBitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedloveDollars via Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=1784359925317632528The "What is Money?" Show Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101&fan_landing=true RECOMMENDED BUSINESSESSwan Private guides high-net-worth individuals and businesses in all areas of Bitcoin strategy: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveCrowdHealth offers an innovative health insurance model based on Bitcoin and community: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveOkcoin is an innovative and education-focused cryptoasset exchange platform—earn $50 in free Bitcoin by signing up at: https://okcoin.com/breedloveInvest with a licensed Bitcoin advisor through DAIM: https://daimio.typeform.com/RobertBreedloveJoin Me At Bitcoin 2023, pre-order your tickets now (for a chance to win 10M sats, use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://b.tc/conference/2023Automatic Recurring Bitcoin Buys and Withdrawals: https://www.swanbitcoin.com/breedlove/
In the second of three episodes on Michelle Remembers, we recap its Catholic contexts, and Lawrence Pazder's quest to transcend the limitations of psychiatry through mystical nightmares. We then explore the front matter: how Pazder introduces his project (and himself), and the ambivalent endorsement of Remi de Roo, Archbishop of Victoria. In Pazder's many clerical alliances, a crucial theme is established: the rapprochement between psychiatry and the priesthood, in which the former submits to the latter to restore the reality of the supernatural. We also look at the pre-emptively defensive intro penned by the publisher, Thomas B. Congdon Jr. He claimed to have verified the substance of the book through interviews, and thought that Pazder and Smith were very earnest and forthcoming people when he hosted them for editorial meetings. Okay sure.Remi De Roo - WikipediaThomas B. Congdon, Editor of Best Sellers Like 'Jaws,' Dies at 77 - The New York TimesThe Beginning of a Community - Virtual Museum-Canadian Polish Historical Society
The Bean needs to move over—there's a new art movement in Chicago, and it's led by artists who are completely reimagining how residents think about the spaces around them. From an artist who turned abandoned homes into art by painting them in colors rooted in Black culture, to another who used a multimedia exhibit to examine segregation by connecting people who live on opposite sides of the city and more. Join Saleem on a bold, creative, and winding road trip to witness the power of place-based art, and the ideas that flow from the heartland.