This Episode:Host: Geoffrey D. CalhounInstagram @screenwriterpodGuest: Josh Monkarsh, Writer, Producer, DirectorNotable Projects: "As We Know It"Pre-Intro:The episode kicks off with excitement as Josh Monkarsh, a prominent writer-director, joins the conversation.A lively pre-intro chat sets a positive and engaging tone for the upcoming discussion.Intro:Geoffrey formally introduces Josh Monkarsh, acknowledging his recent success with a theatrical release.Welcoming Josh Monkarsh:Josh expresses gratitude for the invitation, setting the stage for an insightful conversation.The discussion begins with Josh delving into the six-year creative journey behind his recent film.Adapting the Script:Insights into the modifications made to adapt the script for a US audience.A creative journey of six years, marked by the addition of a unique zombie element.Creative Collaboration:Details about the collaborative effort involving writing partner Brandon Apollo and creative consultant Oliver Cooper.The surge in creativity during quarantine, emphasizing the importance of creative collaboration.Shifting Time Periods:Explanation of the decision to set the film in the '90s.The deliberate removal of cell phones to evoke a nostalgic atmosphere within the storyline.Influences and Vibe:The transformation of the film's humor from British to a Gen X vibe.The unique blend of analog and digital experiences portrayed in the film.Casting Process:Recognition and praise for the stellar cast involved in the film.Insight into the casting process, including the identification and selection of key actors.Challenges and Solutions:A glimpse into the production challenges faced and the last-minute adjustments made.Successful navigation of complexities, showcasing the resilience and adaptability of the production team.Funding and Star Power:Exploration of the impact of renowned names like Chris Parnell and Pam Grier on attracting financial support.Balancing the creative vision with financial considerations in the competitive landscape of filmmaking.Future Projects:A teaser for Josh Monkarsh's next project, offering a unique take on Romeo and Juliet set in the 1970s.Emphasis on the careful development and thoughtful execution of upcoming creative endeavors.Advice for Filmmakers:Valuable advice for aspiring filmmakers, emphasizing the importance of seeking outside advice and collaboration.The delicate balance between maintaining a creative vision and incorporating external input for a successful project.Key Themes of the Film:Exploration of central themes, including relationships, love, loss, and coming-of-age.Aiming for a delicate balance between laughter and heartfelt moments in the film's narrative.Film Release Details:Information on the current theatrical run, highlighting specific locations where the film can be experienced.An announcement of the streaming release set for December, offering wider accessibility to the audience.Closing:Geoffrey expresses gratitude to Josh Monkarsh for sharing his insights and experiences.Invites listeners to subscribe, share the episode, and join the ongoing discussion on screenwriting.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4506618/advertisement
Various question about the Israel-Hamas war have made their way to Congress, and to college campuses in recent weeks. On Today's Show:Jake Sherman, co-founder of Punchbowl News and the co-host of the "Daily Punch" podcast by Punchbowl News, talks about recent Congressional news including foreign aid votes and conditions, and yesterday's hearing with the leaders of three prominent universities on antisemitism.
The Ukraine war. On Saturday, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg warned that there could be bad news coming out of Ukraine in the coming weeks, as fears of a stalemate with Russia grow. The comments come at a time when Congress is increasingly divided about whether to continue funding Ukraine's war effort, with Senate Republicans proposing any Ukraine funding be tied to an overhaul of the U.S. immigration system. You can read today's podcast here, our “Under the Radar” story here, and today's “Have a nice day” story here. You can also check out our latest video, a look at what a potential second term for Donald Trump could look like, here. Today's clickables: Correction (0:55), Quick hits (2:09), Today's story (4:29), Left's take (8:11), Right's take (11:00), International takes (13:42), Isaac's take (16:26), Listener question (21:18), Under the Radar (25:14), Numbers (26:13), Have a nice day (27:20) You can subscribe to Tangle by clicking here or drop something in our tip jar by clicking here. Take the poll. What do you think about continued U.S. military aid to Ukraine? Let us know! Our podcast is written by Isaac Saul and edited and engineered by Jon Lall. Music for the podcast was produced by Diet 75. Our newsletter is edited by Managing Editor Ari Weitzman, Will Kaback, Bailey Saul, Sean Brady, and produced in conjunction with Tangle's social media manager Magdalena Bokowa, who also created our logo. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tanglenews/message
時間過得很快，又來到一年的尾聲了。歷經了疫情和AI的蓬勃發展，今年2023的年底有很多區塊鏈的活動正在蓄勢待發。今天我們就一次邀請到了三位來賓，要來和我們分享幾個有趣的活動！馬上就來歡迎今天的大來賓 Vivian、Frank、Jacky！ Upcoming events： Funding the commons 12/9-10 DAO Taipei 12/17 TBW 12/11-16 - - - - - -- - - - - - 【寶博朋友說千萬粉絲專屬社群頻道 Discord 開張啦
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The US Navy is on high alert in the Red Sea after a series of drone attacks by Iran-backed Houthi rebels. Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelenskiy is set to appeal directly to senators after the White House warned US funding for the war is running out. Supreme Court justices appear split over whether to approve a bankruptcy settlement with the makers of OxyContin. Israel investigates allegations of sexual violence by Hamas. Plus, COP28 turns its attention to fossil fuels and a former US ambassador is charged over spying for Cuba. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt out of targeted advertising.
It's our 300th episode and to celebrate we're giving free access to our bestselling ebook ‘The Beginner's Guide to Grant Writing'. Holly explains why she started the Grant Writing and Funding podcast, the relationships you can build through podcasting, and the future of the podcast. She also talks about the power grant writers have, how they can gain financial stability, and have the biggest impact possible. Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts “Every time I listen to Holly's show, I learn something”
Molly Kneece, waterfowl biologist for South Carolina DNR, makes her podcast debut by discussing ducks, dogs, habitat, and public hunting opportunities in The Palmetto State. Kneece takes us on a virtual tour of her state, sharing her career path, identifying the most harvested ducks in the state, updating on early season hunting and habitat, highlighting new duck research and data collection in the state, and describing how South Carolina was once the rice production capital of the U.S. www.ducks.org/DUPodcast
Tens of billions of dollars in military assistance for Ukraine and Israel, and money for U.S. border security, remain stalled on Capitol Hill. The Biden administration sent Congress a warning that Ukraine funding is set to run out by the end of the year. Geoff Bennett discussed the latest with National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
If you love The Plate Show, check out this new podcast: Keyshawn Solves It! Today is Keyshawn's 10th birthday and it's full of surprises! What started out as a birthday mystery party turns into a real mystery. Keyshawn Solves It is produced by GBH Kids and distributed by PRX and PBS KIDS. Funding is made possible in part by Black Public Media. Keyshawn Solves It was originally developed under a grant from the Department of Education. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government. The project was funded by a Ready To Learn grant [PR/Award No. S295A200004, CFDA No. 84.295A] provided by the Department of Education to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
DML and Denny discuss the following: The Red Sea attack by Yemeni Houthis on commercial ships The Menorah lighting ceremony cancelled because of the Israel-Hamas Chinese crossing the southern border in record numbers George and Alex Soros funding Biden's re-election. 'Grand parenting' today in 2023
Start the week right with the DSR Daily! On today's episode, we cover the White House's warning on Ukraine funding, Benjamin Netanyahu's corruption trial resuming, Houthi missiles striking ships in the Red Sea, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stop Funding Hamas Terroristshttps://www.audacy.com/989wordThe Tara Show Follow us on Social MediaJoin our Live StreamWeekdays - 6am to 10am Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/989wordRumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-2031096X: https://twitter.com/989wordInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/989word/ "Red Meat, Greenville." 12/04/23
Richard Mac Namee, Director of the Cybersecurity Center at MSU is our feature interview this week, interviewed by Frank Victory. News from DISH, Ping Identity, Broadcom, Coalfire, zvelo, LogRhythm and a lot more. Support us on Patreon! Fun swag available - all proceeds will directly support the Colorado = Security infrastructure. Come join us on the new Colorado = Security Slack channel to meet old and new friends. Sign up for our mailing list on the main site to receive weekly updates - https://www.colorado-security.com/. If you have any questions or comments, or any organizations or events we should highlight, contact Alex and Robb at firstname.lastname@example.org This week's news: Join the Colorado = Security Slack channel Migration to Colorado is on the decline, but here's where people are moving from Remote work on a slight decline in Colorado, nationally The world's fastest temporary internet service gets turned on in Denver Layoffs @ Dish, Ping & Broadcom Dish Network laying off hundreds in Colorado Denver-based Ping Identity goes through layoffs after merger with San Francisco company Broadcom lays off 184 Colorado employees following $69B VMware merger RADICL Adds $9 Million in Funding to Fortify Cyber Defenses of SMBs in Defense Industrial Base JeffCo Schools hacker demands money, threatens to release stolen data Navigating the AI security landscape: The federal push for responsible AI adoption The Role of AI in Social Engineering Colorado Publishes Universal Opt-Out Mechanism Shortlist Detecting Domain Name Abuse – Security Spotlight | LogRhythm Job Openings: Pax8 - Director of GRC Spectrum - VP, Information Security Engineering Vertafore - VP, Cybersecurity Zoll - Director, Information Security & Cyber Risk Connect for Health Colorado - Director of Cybersecurity Cloudflare - Director, Cybersecurity & IT Audit Darktrace - Cyber Security Technologist City and County of Denver - Senior Manager of Airport Security - Denver International Airport Sovrn - Privacy Ops Engineer Denver Water - IT Security Architect Upcoming Events: This Week and Next: ISC2 Pikes Peak - December Meeting: Holiday Lunch - 12/8 CSA Colorado/LIFT Holiday Party - 12/12 Annual ISSA & ISACA Holiday Party - 12/12 ASIS - Holiday Happy Hour & Board Nominations - 12/12 Let's Talk Software Security - Are Industry Security Controls Relevant? - 12/14 View our events page for a full list of upcoming events * Thanks to CJ Adams for our intro and exit! If you need any voiceover work, you can contact him here at email@example.com. Check out his other voice work here. * Intro and exit song: "The Language of Blame" by The Agrarians is licensed under CC BY 2.0
Sebastian talks to Heritage's Jim Carafano about the massive national security implications of the ongoing mass migration crisis, as well as Alejandro Mayorkas' proposal to give blanket amnesty to all illegal aliens.Support the show: https://www.sebgorka.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our 145th episode with a summary and discussion of last week's big AI news, this time around with guest co-hosts Kevin and Gavin from AI For Humans podcast Check out the AI For Humans episode on which Andrey and Jeremie guest co-host here. Also check out our sponsor, the SuperDataScience podcast. You can listen to SDS across all major podcasting platforms (e.g., Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts) plus there's a video version on YouTube. Read out our text newsletter and comment on the podcast at https://lastweekin.ai/ Email us your questions and feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org Timestamps + links: Tools & Apps (06:00) OpenAI rival Anthropic makes its Claude chatbot even more useful (12:33) Stability AI debuts Stable Video Diffusion models in research preview (16:33) Generative Video Startup Pika Labs Launches Version 1.0, Raises $55 Million in Funding (25:25) Screenshots show xAI's chatbot Grok on X's web app (30:37) Amazon Introduces Q, an A.I. Chatbot for Companies Applications & Business (34:28) Unpacking the hype around OpenAI's rumored new Q* model (47:37) NVIDIA Announces Financial Results for Third Quarter Fiscal 2024 (52:40) Nvidia Delays Rollout Of China-Focused AI Chip: Report (56:31) Share sale set to test financial impact of OpenAI's leadership turmoil (58:55) Amazon and Salesforce Expand Partnership to Add New AI Capabilities (59:55) AI21 takes Series C to $208 million with additional $53 million in funding Projects & Open Source (01:03:15) Starling-7B: Increasing LLM Helpfulness & Harmlessness with RLAIF (01:12:10) Defending your voice against deepfakes Research & Advancements (01:16:07) Orca 2: Teaching Small Language Models How to Reason (01:22:16) New technique can accelerate language models by 300x (01:23:35) DeepMind Says New Multi-Game AI Is a Step Toward More General Intelligence (01:27:00) GAIA: A Benchmark for General AI Assistants (01:30:45) Language Models are Super Mario: Absorbing Abilities from Homologous Models as a Free Lunch Policy & Safety (01:33:42) US, Britain, other countries ink agreement to make AI 'secure by design' (01:36:07) Chinese GPU recycling factories have a workaround for the US government's newly imposed export rules — modified NVIDIA RTX 4090 cards serve as great AI accelerators (01:39:00) The EU AI Act needs Foundation Model Regulation Putin to boost AI work in Russia to fight a Western monopoly he says is ‘unacceptable and dangerous' Inside U.S. Efforts to Untangle an A.I. Giant's Ties to China (01:41:55) More than half of Americans are worried about AI than excited (01:46:10) State Dept prioritizes ‘AI-ready workforce' in its first AI strategy US chip export ban is hurting China's AI startups, not so much the giants yet Synthetic Media & Art (01:48:18) Sarah Silverman Hits Stumbling Block In AI Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Against Meta (01:52:23) Outro
The current administration, led by President Biden, has introduced a rule that could lead to educational institutions losing crucial lunch money funding if they resist certain progressive mandates. These new directives, falling primarily into the realm of sexual orientation and gender, have resulted in renewed uproar. The Center Square reports that failure to adhere to these agenda points may lead to a loss of tax-granting federal funds that are managed under the Department of Agriculture's operation. This dispute ignited when, in May 2022, the USDA expressed its intent to shift its longstanding interpretation of Title IX. Title IX is a comprehensive law that prescribes anti-discrimination measures in education. Recently, the department announced plans to amplify their prohibitions against sexual discrimination, including aspects of sexual orientation and gender identity. School lunch funding operates under the USDA's Food and Nutrition Service. Therefore, this means that local and state agencies, programs operators, and sponsors benefiting from FNS funds have to probe discrimination allegations that revolve around sexual orientation and gender identity. Indeed, they must also renovate their non-discrimination policies and signs to explicitly include prohibitions against gender identity and sexual orientation discrimination. This development is a fundamental departure from how Title IX had traditionally been comprehended. Sarah Perry, well-versed on this matter and an attorney with the distinguished Heritage Foundation, expressed her views on this issue to the media. As the spectrum of gender identities and orientations continues to broaden, schools are, albeit amidst political conflict, now saddled with the responsibility of maneuvering this intricate and politically charged atmosphere of sexuality and gender identity. They now do so, given the proposed rule can withstand the legal objections that have already sprung up.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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At its recent Net Zero Forum, Smart Energy Decisions hosted the 2023 DEI Impact Awards, recognizing large power users' company-wide efforts to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion while powering the energy transition. This two-part series will celebrate the winners of these awards and highlight their efforts. The DEI Impact Awards were sponsored by NRG. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Energy-saving programs for public housing in the US [02:05] Funding opportunities for public housing programs [06:39] Expanding access to energy programs [11:38] Inclusivity in sustainability efforts [16:28] UTRGV's emphasis on DEI [17:52] Mentorship and sustainability in higher education [20:55] Diversity, equity, and inclusion impact at NRG [30:39] For detailed show notes and guest bios, click here Resources & People Mentioned Build for the Future Sustainability Fellowship Programs | UTRGV Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion | NRG Energy Connect with Jennifer Brunelle On LinkedIn Connect with Marianella Franklin On LinkedIn Connect with Charles Marshall On LinkedIn Connect With Smart Energy Decisions https://smartenergydecisions.com Follow them on LinkedIn Subscribe to Smart Energy Voices If you're interested in participating in the next Smart Energy Decision Event, visit smartenergydecisions.com or email our Community Development team at email@example.com Audio Production and Show notes by PODCAST FAST TRACK https://www.podcastfasttrack.com
Mark Abraham, the founder of Shackle, sits down with Gary Fox. Shackle is the global travel app of the future. They have raised ove $20 million with the ultimate ambition of building a business bigger than Airbnb! Originally from Tullamore, Mark now lives in Dubai after a career that has spanned the globe. In this episode we discuss: His calculated decision to move to the Middle East How Shackle can be bigger than Airbnb Why Mark believes work life balance is a myth How he secured some of the world's biggest founders are investors His unique networking approach --- Join my free weekly email newsletter here: https://bit.ly/40TgDkq --- My Season Partners Iconic Offices: https://bit.ly/iconicEE23 EIIS Innovation Fund: https://bit.ly/3sxFdLp ADHD Now: https://bit.ly/49uzd6N
Lots of well-run, patient brands need an angel infusion right now. But the absence of VC right now is still a blessing. Instead, founders will need to network for angel cash, be much more focused and disciplined and yes fewer people will get to play. Fewer, better businesses actually improve the whole ecosystem in my opinion. In this episode, I lay out how I came to this conclusion recently.Your Host: Dr. James F. Richardson of Premium Growth Solutions, LLC www.premiumgrowthsolutions.com Please send feedback on this or other episodes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elke Shaw-Tulloch, Public Health Administrator for the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, says ASTHO's revised policy statement on climate and health recommends more funding for state and territorial climate programs; Dr. Lyle Petersen, Director of the Division of Vector-Borne Diseases, within the National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), says relationships with providers can help agencies stay ahead of Dengue and other viral outbreaks; Brenna Davidson, Operational Excellence Leader at the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, encourages colleagues to take part in Public Health Improvement Training; and Florida will use ASTHO's SPACECAT tool to evaluate its work on adverse childhood experiences as part of a plan to improve health and safety for people across the state. ASTHO News Release: ASTHO Releases Five Health Policy Statements CDC Webpage: What is Dengue? CDC Webpage: Dengue for Healthcare Providers NNPHI Website: Public Health Improvement Training (PHIT) ASTHO Story: Closing the Distance in Florida
On this episode of Vitality Radio Podcast, Jared explains why bias matters. He gets into the so-called “fact-checkers” and how to look deeper into their bias and explore how factual they actually are. Then he'll cover the most important supplements you'll want to consider having on hand to boost your immune system this winter. You'll learn which supplements Jared likes to stack for prevention and support it if you're fighting something off. Products:Immune Collection (Build Your Own Stack: 23% off of 4 Products from the Immune Collection with code: Immune23)Additional Information:Dr. Berg Fact-Checks the Fact-Checker video#367: Your Silver User's Guide: Colloidal, Ionic, Nano…What Does It All Mean, Is It Safe, And Does It Work?Visit the podcast website here: VitalityRadio.comYou can follow @vitalityradio and @vitalitynutritionbountiful on Instagram, or Vitality Radio and Vitality Nutrition on Facebook. Join us also in the Vitality Radio Podcast Listener Community on Facebook. Shop the products that Jared mentions at vitalitynutrition.com. Let us know your thoughts about this episode using the hashtag #vitalityradio and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!Please also join us on the Dearly Discarded Podcast with Jared St. Clair.Just a reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes only. The FDA has not evaluated the podcast. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The advice given is not intended to replace the advice of your medical professional.
Chris Britt, Founder and CEO of Chime, discusses consumer financial data as well as the Chime Scholars Foundation to provide scholarships for everyday people.Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#Bestof2021: 1/2: Redistributing tax dollars: State funding for the public good? @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst https://www.hoover.org/research/infrastructure-distortions The impending multibillion-dollar infrastructure deal between the Biden administration and the Senate Republicans has been hailed as welcome bipartisan cooperation that augurs well for the revitalization of this nation's aging infrastructure—and for improving the lives of many Americans. This narrative plays so well because the term “infrastructure” now carries a seal of approval. Private expenditures may be suspect as greedy, but not public expenditures. 1790 Sulla
Ellen is a 27-year-old pilot, flight instructor, and adventure traveler, with a background in writing, acting, and modeling. She grew up on a farm in rural Texas. In her short adult life, she's been on five expeditions by bicycle, paddle, and oars, both domestic and international. Those journeys add up to a total of 18 months and roughly 10,000 miles - nearly all of which were human-powered and half of which were solo. In 2017, Ellen, then 22, completed a solo descent of the Missouri from Three Forks to St. Louis. Ellen had previously paddled a tributary of the Amazon and cycled from England to Greece. Ellen is the youngest person to solo paddle the Missouri River from Three Forks, Montana to St. Louis. In September 2022, Ellen Falterman paddled her 18-foot Grumman canoe to her family's Trinity River home in East Texas, completing a full descent of the Mississippi River and then some. Her motivation and mentor for these trips have always been her brother Patrick, who died suddenly in 2016. She dedicates all of her expeditions to him, and even when she's traveling by herself, she never feels as if she's traveling alone. ***This episode was recorded at the end of 2021 to be released in early 2022. Ellen lost her fiancé in 2022 so we decided to delay the release of the episode until now. Our hearts and hugs go out to Ellen.*** New episodes go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss out. Support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media especially in relation to adventure and physical challenges. Visit www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Thank you. Show notes Who is Ellen Her trail name Being based out of East Texas The big challenge - gong around the world by rowboat Being inspired by her brother Her family Wanting to make her own way in life Thinking of becoming an actor Losing her brother suddenly in September 2016 Starting to live life like there is no tomorrow Dealing with the dark and tragic situations that happens in life Going to Brazil with her brother in 2014 Talking about her grief Hitching around Brazil and making money while on the road Learning from her brother while travelling together Doing a river trip after he died Her first solo expedition on the Missouri River, the longest river in North America Planning verses going with the flow Daily life while on travelling on rivers River time and working with tides and rowing in open water Figuring out resupply and knowing what rations you have The lessons from her first solo expedition Why everyone should do a solo challenge at some point Dealing with loneliness Funding and paying for challenges Working as a flight instructor to self fund challenges Learning to fly and getting her pilot license at 17 Deciding to row the length of The Mississippi River How her expeditions have tied together Naming her boat after her grandma Gaining ocean rowing experience Doing a sea school course in the UK and gaining qualifications Handling concerns before the journey Creating a non-profit and how it works Documenting and sharing the challenge Working with UK non-profit IMMAs Keeping stuff in storage Creating a cozy cabin Wanting to be in Panama in 12 months Launching on September 4th 2022 Falling in love and the challenge of leaving Wanting to be the captain of her ship and being alone for the first year How you can support Ellen How to connect with Ellen on the socials Final words advice - The 3Ds - Desire, Decision, Details Social Media Website ellenmagellanexpeditions.com Instagram @ellenmagellanexpeditions Facebook Ellen Magellan Expeditions
Subscribe to The Realignment to access our exclusive Q&A episodes and support the show: https://realignment.supercast.com/Roadrunner Venture Studios: https://roadrunnerventurestudios.com/REALIGNMENT NEWSLETTER: https://therealignment.substack.com/PURCHASE BOOKS AT OUR BOOKSHOP: https://bookshop.org/shop/therealignmentEmail Us: email@example.comFoundation for American Innovation: https://www.thefai.org/posts/lincoln-becomes-faiAdam Hammer, President and Co-Founder of Roadrunner Venture Studios, a new venture studio based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, joins The Realignment. Marshall and Adam discuss why America fell behind its rivals when it comes to developing emerging deep/frontier technologies, opportunities in quantum science, space, energy, advanced manufacturing, and clean tech, New Mexico's status as a past and future cradle of innovation, and how the "venture studio" model of company formation and funding can address the deep tech blind spots missed by traditional venture capital.
Tony Principe is the President and CFO of Westcord Commercial Real Estate Services and Managing Partner of T.R. Funding and the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Finish Line Auto Club. He is an avid car collector and active in numerous automotive clubs and organizations in Southern California. Together they have 90+ years of commercial real estate experience that they apply to every Finish Line facility. Each property is set in an automotive country club environment that caters to a luxury car condo lifestyle providing safe locations for your prized vehicle collections. One of the unique aspects of the Finish Line Auto Club are the private events that are unique to each location. From Cars & Coffee gatherings to automotive unveilings, cocktail receptions, and distinguished speaker series, each event is a curated unique experience.
They say your net worth is in your network...today's guest proves it. Imagine this: It's the day before you start your new job at Wells Fargo as the branch manger. You call your new boss to tell him you need a higher starting pay...and he says to kick rocks. What now? This show is brought to you by SmartCookie Media where we provide end-to-end podcast production and VIP Day marketing services. Book a complimentary content session and ask for our free podcast checklist here. Meet Jermane Cheathem. He is the founder of Creators Learn and the entrepreneur mentioned above. While working at a sales job making over 300 cold calls a day, one sentence from a phone call would change the way he finds leads in the commercial lending space. Instead of calling the people who need financed, he partnered with the companies that sell the equipment. Now, after $50+ million in sales, he helps other sales professionals & entrepreneurs use his mindset, models, and strategy to create financial, time, and location freedom in their life. Get Weekly Tools to Build Your Business (for free!): The Entrepreneur's Toolkit Connect with Nicole: Nicole Schmied Linkedin; @Nicole Schmied Get Your Data-Driven Marketing Strategy: SmartCookie Media FREE: Content Strategy Session Visit: Creators Learn Connect on Facebook: Jermane Cheathem Connect on LinkedIn: Jermane Cheathem Episode Mentioned: How This SaaS Startup is Capturing More Sales with Human Touch, with Alex Levin of Regal.io Have a story to tell? Signup here: www.serialentrepreneurshow.com
Shownotes can be found at https://www.profitwithlaw.com/407.Many lawyers go to law school with dreams and passions of using their knowledge and expertise to help people and make a difference. Somewhere along the way those dreams tend to fade as people get sucked into the busy corporate lawyer job or law firm owner role.In this episode, Moshe Amsel interviews Jazz Hampton, who left corporate law to pursue the dreams he had when he was younger. Jazz shares the story behind creating Turn Signl, a revolutionary platform that provides real-time legal guidance to drivers during traffic stops. Turn Signl aims to bridge the gap between drivers and law enforcement, ensuring safety and protection for both parties.Tune in to this episode to learn more about this innovative platform and how you can pursue your passion of helping others.Chapters:[00:00] Introduction to Jazz Hampton[03:26] What is Turn Signl?[07:24] Funding and Accessibility[08:16] Attorneys on the Platform[10:12] Ensuring Answered Calls[13:01] Meeting Users' Needs[14:56] Further Engagement[16:57] Personal Injury Attorneys[18:54] Expansion and Outreach[21:39] Making a DifferenceResources mentioned:Check out our Profit with Law YouTube channel!Connect with Jazz Hampton: Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramVisit the Turn Signl website to learn more about their real-time legal guidance platform for drivers. Join our Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lawfirmgrowthsummit/To request a show topic, recommend a guest or ask a question for the show, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Connect with Moshe on:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/moshe.amselLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/mosheamsel/
No news is good news, according to Gene Marks, who shares details about the IRS delaying the Form 1099-K threshold change in 2023. So, if you're using a third-party platform such as PayPal or Venmo to receive payment for services, you have a reprieve this tax season. Gene also talks about the State Small Business Credit Initiative that is pumping millions into states to share with disadvantaged and minority-owned businesses. Plus, hybrid work policies are found to increase productivity. Listen to the podcast. 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.
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Season 6, Episode 3. For this season's theme, we'll be covering the litany of unintended consequences and strategic surprises emanating from Russia's invasion of Ukraine. From energy to technology to intelligence to geopolitical alignment, Russia's invasion marks a sea change in numerous areas of diplomacy and foreign policy. We'll be getting together with the best professionals in these fields to take stock and analyze where these trends may be headed. For our third episode, Kelly talks with John Heffern and Alper Coşkun, both former ambassadors serving in the U.S. and Turkish governments, respectively. John Heffern is a former State Department official who retired in 2018 after 36 years in the foreign service, including as deputy chief of mission at the United States mission to NATO in Brussels, and as acting assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs after postings in Japan, Malaysia, China, and the Ivory Coast, and as US ambassador to Armenia. He joined ISD as a senior state department fellow in 2017. Alper Coşkun leads the Türkiye and the World project at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where his research focuses on Turkish foreign policy. He retired from the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs after 32 years, culminating in an appointment as director general for international security affairs from 2016-2019 after postings in Athens, Moscow, the United States, as Deputy permanent representative to NATO, and as ambassador to Azerbaijan. We encourage listeners to check out his regular analyses for CEIP's Türkiye and the World program. The opinions expressed in this conversation are strictly those of the participants and do not represent the views of Georgetown University or any government entity. Produced by Freddie Mallinson and Jarrett Dang. Recorded on November 21, 2023. Diplomatic Immunity, a podcast from the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University, brings you frank and candid conversations with experts on the issues facing diplomats and national security decision-makers around the world. Funding support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. For more, visit our website, and follow us on Twitter @GUDiplomacy.
#Bestof2021: 2/2: Redistributing tax dollars: State funding for the public good? @RichardAEpstein @HooverInst https://www.hoover.org/research/infrastructure-distortions The impending multibillion-dollar infrastructure deal between the Biden administration and the Senate Republicans has been hailed as welcome bipartisan cooperation that augurs well for the revitalization of this nation's aging infrastructure—and for improving the lives of many Americans. This narrative plays so well because the term “infrastructure” now carries a seal of approval. Private expenditures may be suspect as greedy, but not public expenditures. 1850 Rome
[00:30] Funding the Invasion of America (23 minutes) RealClearInvestigations reported that many public schools are half empty, but the schools are still running on government aid. Also, nearly half a trillion dollars in American taxpayer money is spent to care for illegal immigrants flooding into the United States. [23:00] Trump Derangement Syndrome Reaches New Heights (18 minutes) CNN spent a lot of airtime discussing Liz Cheney's new book where she states Congressman Mark Green called Donald Trump “the orange Jesus.” Meanwhile, polls indicate that the current presidency has disaffected the youth, many of whom now prefer Trump over Biden. More than three quarters of voters “do not feel confident” that their children's lives will be better than theirs. Trump wrote an op-ed for Newsweek about the radical left's war on young people. [41:30] The Book of Ephesians (14 minutes) People misunderstand Bible prophecy because they don't understand the gospel that Jesus preached. The book of Ephesians explains the truth of the gospel.
Ryan and Emily discuss the Israel-Hamas truce being extended as hostages are released, Elon Musk cozying up to Bibi in and Israel visit, Bernie weighs forcing a vote on conditioning Israel aid, Koch network backs Nikki Haley for 2024, desperate bipartisan push to force Ukraine funding through Congress, Black Friday spending reveals bleak economic reality for Americans, and Ryan spars with Ted Cruz on Israel and Hamas. BP Holiday Merch LIVE NOW (Use code BLACKFRIDAY for 15% off Non-Holiday Items): https://shop.breakingpoints.com/collections/breaking-points-holiday-collection To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We discussed a few things including: 1. Your corporate and entrepreneurial journey2. Investment banking lessons - Arcus insights3. Y Combinator insights4. State of the funding and accelerator markets5. Future trends domestically and globallyEdrizio is a former Y Combinator visiting partner. A Dominican immigrant raised in Harlem, Edrizio dropped out of college and joined the U.S. Air Force, becoming an aircraft technician to make ends meet. He later returned to college, worked on Wall Street, and earned his MBA from the Wharton School.In 2013, Edrizio co-founded Arcus, a fintech company that raised $20M from Y Combinator, Initialized, Citi Ventures, SoftBank, and a16z. In 2021, Arcus was sold to Mastercard, in its largest Latam acquisition ever. #podcast #AFewThingsPodcast
How cool would it be if you could take ownership of your own content as you're playing a game? We're afraid it's already happening and Gala Games is once again at the leading edge with their latest contribution to the rapid development of Web3 gaming. In this episode, Michael McCarthy hops in on the Edge of NFT to talk about Mirandus, a fantasy MMORPG that allows players to truly own their content. This game us unlike any other you've seen in the world of epic fantasy RPGs, and its unique take on the play-to-earn system is something both blockchain enthusiasts and avid gamers will want to learn about. If you're either of those people or both, tune in! Support us through our Sponsors:
In this edition of The Bay's monthly news roundup (our last one of the year!), Ericka, Maria and Alan talk about how public transit agencies have temporarily averted a fiscal cliff, a proposal to increase the minimum wage for incarcerated workers, and the newly unveiled Tupac Shakur Way in Oakland. Links: Episode transcript In Transit: Bay Area Transportation News on Everything That Moves KQED: California Prison Officials Aim to Raise Hourly Minimum Wage for Incarcerated Workers — to at Least 16 Cents KQED: 'Tupac Shakur Way' Unveiled in Oakland as Rap Icon Gets His Own Street This episode was produced by Maria Esquinca, Alan Montecillo and Ericka Cruz Guevarra.
Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2023. The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.
With U.S. allies embroiled in wars overseas, members of Congress face a pivotal decision on whether to green-light more aid for Ukraine and Israel. The deal could hinge on U.S. border funding. Congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders