“Forget the scorecard,” advises Viru. Well, we can't. Marnus tripled, Smudge doubled red, Gareth took six and Australia (essentially) cantered. It's all we asked for, but is it enough? Of course not. So fresh, raw meat is mooted in Adelaide, in the form Lance Morris – all sunken eyes, Dieter Brummer salad – because we demand more. Or maybe it doesn't matter, because Cummins took a knee. No wonder he did he quad. In Rawalpindi, the To and Froms are legitimately revolutionising the game, but will naivety cost them? And is it Test Championship 2's? Private Equity wants The Hundred, but Thommo won't get out of bed unless there a couple bil. Bangladesh knock over India in dramatic circumstances in some game or other, our women head to India next week, and AskTGC traverses LBW noncery via an inquisitive little cherub, as well as a two-piecer monstrosity from some wine bin stuff in South Australia. Budgy has both us and you covered wherever you are the world. There's a new drop of gear across underwear, party shirts, Christmas jumpers, golf wear, stubbies, bucket hats. All new, for you, at budgysmuggler.com(.au) Watto at T20 Stars is backing you, too. Sorry about the value. Use the promocode xmas25 for 25% of all stock at their sterling website. Get TGC hoodies, t-shirts, caps, and bucket hats at our brand spanking new website: gradecricketer.com/shop. Sign up to Patreon for a 10% or 20% discount using a special code at patreon.com/gradecricketer Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.patreon.com/gradecricketer including #AskTGC Fridays and the exclusive audio from all of our YouTube videos. We are delighted to once again link up with Ponting Wines. Use the code GETAFEW at pontingwines.com.au for 20% off! You can follow The Grade Cricketer on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/gradecricketer https://www.instagram.com/thegradecricketer/ https://twitter.com/gradecricketer Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Gareth and Ted natter about ZTE Axon 40 Ultra Space Edition, Apple shortfall, Pixel 7a, Gorilla Glass Victus 2, Lastpass, Creative Pebble Pro 2.0, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 rumours, Loupedeck Live S, Amazon Luna, Mocopi, Netflix games and Pong. With Gareth Myles and Ted Salmon Join us on Mewe RSS Link: https://techaddicts.libsyn.com/rss Direct Download iTunes | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Tunein | Spotify Amazon | Pocket Casts | Castbox | PodHubUK Feedback and Contributions Juliet Purcell - Listening to the 20th November Tech Addicts podcast episode, I think the organ that you mention that you have to pedal to get the air into the bellows to enable you to play is called a Harmonium. They used to be routinely found in Welsh chapels. ------------- Steve Litchfield's Power Stations for Dummies and Review of the Anker 737 -------------- Frank Niethardt I had a Palm III at work and my boss a Palm V. Early 2000s that must have been. I remember the hotsync debacle. We used Novell Groupwise at that time and there was a software called intellisync that worked quite well with it. But when it failed it was horrible. -------------- I got my £19.99 back from Stadia, but they're trying to refund it to an old card. D'oh! Retro Game Corps - My Favorite Handhelds of 2022 Hardline on the hardware Apple facing shortfall of 6 million iPhone 14 Pro units due to ongoing factory turmoil ZTE unveils Axon 40 Ultra Space Edition with up to 18GB of RAM and 1TB storage, ceramic back - Specs New leak gives us our first glimpse at the Pixel 7a Samsung is getting branding ready for 'Superfast' charging Samsung Lights up Swiss Life Arena With the Largest Indoor LED Cube Installation in Europe This upcoming smartwatch lets you store your earbuds inside it! Corning unveils Gorilla Glass Victus 2 with improved drop resistance This aesthetically designed hand crank power bank will never let you down Lastpass Got Hacked - More Creative Pebble Pro 2.0 speakers Rumour Alert: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 to have much larger cover display, invisible crease Google's December Android Feature Drop delivers lots of new features for Google Pixels The Loupedeck Live S is an Easy and Affordable Streaming Controller The New Cleer Scene Delivers Elegant Design And Refined Audio For A Sophisticated Listening Experience - £99 on Amazon The Name of the Game Amazon Luna is losing nearly 50 games before the end of the year Microsoft is selling mini hoody jackets for your Xbox controllers! Netflix games gets 9 new games in November Flap your trap about an App Sony's Mocopi makes it easier for anyone to become a VTuber Post Social Media Post News Chrome Corner How to create and manage Google Alerts to be notified when interesting content hits the web Gmail's search function is getting better by learning from your previous searches Pixel Recorder 4.2 rolling out 'Speaker labels' that can detect multiple people talking Upcoming ChromeOS video conferencing tools gain background blur and replace Hark Back Pong is now half a century old Bargain Basement: Best UK deals and tech on sale we have spotted AMD Ryzen 7 7700X - Now £338.99 Was £439.99 (5900 series down too) Extension Lead 5 USB (5A, 1 USB-C and 4 USB-A) with 1.8M Braided Extension cord, 3250W Overload Protection was £30 now £17 TP-Link Tapo Smart Plug Wi-Fi Outlet - Was £15.99 Now £24.99 Razer Leviathan V2 (PC Gaming Soundbar with Subwoofer, THX Spatial Audio, Bluetooth 5.2) £249 down to £180 HTC HD HD2 Phone T8585 Microsoft Windows Mobile £6.50 - Horrify your kids this Christmas. Upgrade their phone!! Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE 12.4 Inch 64GB Wi-Fi, £100 off again just now, so £419 Main Show URL: http://www.techaddicts.uk | PodHubUK Contact:: firstname.lastname@example.org | @techaddictsuk Gareth - @garethmyles | garethmyles.com | Gareth's Ko-Fi Ted - tedsalmon.com | Ted's PayPal | Ted's Amazon | email@example.com YouTube: Tech Addicts
Paul Hawksbee and Andy Jacobs bring you the twelfth edition of their World Cup daily podcast. They chat about Australia's chances against Argentina with former Socceroos defender now Torquay United assistant manager Aaron Downes, look at Senegal and Morocco with broadcaster Kweku Afari and talk about Gareth's potential team selection with englandfootball.org's Dom Smith... Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
#454 MG 4 EV. Gareth spends a week in the latest MG EV. Is the current Chinese version of this formerly British brand finally cool again? Plus, with the now greater number of electric vehicles in use how is the charging network keeping up with demand?
Veteran journalist, filmmaker, and author Jacques Pauw joins Gareth, Phumi and Kanthan Pillay to unpack his latest book - Our Poisoned Land. They have a candid conversation about the deceit, corruption and incompetence that we have witnessed over the years from our government.
Money is getting tighter and tighter. Only with the right knowledge can we ride this wave and weather the storm. Gareth and Shane having professional financial experience of 30+ years know all the things you could do to make your money mean something.
Ade Oladipo & Gareth A Davies reflect on an unconvincing win for Dillian Whyte over Jermain Franklin and ask if he should be fighting Anthony Joshua nextHear from Tyson Fury ahead of his fight with Derek Chisora live on talkSPORT, Daniel Dubois speaks to Gareth ahead of his fight too on the same cardAnd we hear from Chris Eubank Jnr after his fight with Liam Smith was confirmed for January Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
30.11.22 Pt 2 - This week Gareth has a candid conversation, with Bali Padda, former COO of Lego. He shares the story of his own blue-collar origins, and the failures that taught him how to become a success. In his book, 'Deliver What You Promise', Bali shares business lessons from his own journey to help the rest of us become more efficient, to understand our businesses better, and to connect meaningfully with the market.
30.11.22 Pt 1 - Ryan reminds Gareth of his younger self when he used to care about the World Cup. Get some interesting facts and stats about the event. Brett Hope Robertson from Revix explains what happened at FTX, and how it affects the crypto market. Should your first drink in the morning be a glass of something alcoholic?
What I learned from reading What I Learned Before I Sold to Warren Buffett: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Developing a Highly Successful Company by Barnett Helzberg Jr.This episode is brought to you by: Tiny: The easiest way to sell your business. Quick and straightforward exits for Founders. Capital: Banking built for Founders. Raise, hold, spend, and send—all in one place. Tegus is a search engine for business knowledge that's used by Founders, investors, and executives. Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily (my new daily podcast)[5:00] Then, right there on the sidewalk I told one of the most astute businessmen in America why he ought to consider buying our family's 79-year-old jewelry business."I believe that our company matches your criteria for investment, I said. To which he replied, simply, "Send me the information. It will be confidential.”My conversation with Buffett lasted no more than half a minute.[8:00] My dream buyer for the family business all along was Warren Buffet.[11:00] "This can be the fastest deal in history," Buffett said."But what about due diligence?" I asked, surprised at how fast the negotiations were moving.Most suitors demand to see every scrap of paper you've ever generated and to interview every top manager.That wasn't Buffett's way. "I can smell these things, Buffett said. "This one smells good.”[12:00] First A Dream by Jim Clayton. (Founders #91)[13:00] Buffett on his management technique: “Managers run their own shows.They don't have to report to central management. When we get somebody who is a .400 hitter we don't start telling them how to swing.”[14:00] I was always taught that many, many people were out there developing ideas I could use. I have found that to be true throughout my life. These thoughts and ideas have all been borrowed or stolen from many wise people.Think of the world as your garden of marvelous people and ideas with unlimited picking rights for you.[17:00] Cable Cowboy: John Malone and the Rise of the Modern Cable Business by Mark Robichaux. (Founders #268)[23:00] Despite missteps, entrepreneurs are a special breed who do not give up on the larger goals.[24:00] It's not hard to express the quality we're looking for in metaphors. The best is probably a running back. A good running back is not merely determined, but flexible as well. They want to get downfield, but they adapt their plans on the fly. — Relentlessly Resourceful by Paul Graham[25:00] Entrepreneurs are driven to succeed. They possess an almost naive belief that nothing can stand in their way, they are mentally deaf to those who belittle their chances, they love to compete, and they have the skills of broken field runners who take the bumps and bruises along the way, change course when necessary, and stay focused on the goal.If this is not you, don't try to fool yourself. It's not worth it.Thinking you can start your own business or wanting to be your own boss, just because you hate your job, when you really have no desire or stamina to go it on your own, is courting disaster. Where there is no real will, there is no way.Some people are more enamored by the concept than the reality. They would rather contemplate the beauty of the mountain from the base.The entrepreneur wants to climb the mountain first, briefly appreciate the gorgeous vistas from the summit, and then find the next mountain. If you possess this obsession of seeing your own creative notions succeed and are willing to pay the price, then you have no choice but to pursue the life of an entrepreneur.[29:00] He taught us to concern ourselves only with those things over which we have control.I thought he was unique in this until I realized this is one of the key common traits of highly successful people.Those folks are never victims; they take what comes and handle the situation. The rest is a waste of time.[30:00] Upgrade the herd annually: "You make more money closing bad stores than opening new ones.”His philosophy made sense. We decided we would rather spend time and effort on a $4.5 million store that could ultimately achieve annual sales of $6 million than on a lower-volume store with less potential.[32:00] Focus is your lever to success.Do not underestimate the incredible amount of mental discipline it takes to focus yourself and your teammates. Wonderful alternatives and seductive opportunities abound and temptations to go in multiple directions are unlimited.Commit yourself to be the best, define what that means, and focus on the head of that pin like no one in your industry.[32:00] Estee Lauder was a master at doing things don't scale. — Estée Lauder: A Success Storyby Estée Lauder. (Founders #217)[33:00] To be successful, have your heart in your business, and your business in your heart. —Thomas Watson The Maverick and His Machine: Thomas Watson Sr. and The Making of IBM by Kevin Maney (Founders #87)[38:00] Only a fool tests the depth of the water with both feet. —African Proverb[40:00] Some of our partners created an inhospitable climate for customers. Some posted negative signs.At one store a manager hung a sign in red warning customers that they would be charged a steep fee if they bounced a check. It said, "The bank doesn't make copies and we don't cash checks." That really got me boiling.I jumped up on the counter and ripped it down as customers and coworkers looked on, amazed. That may sound extreme, but I needed to make the point in a memorable way. I didn't want signs like that staring our customers in the face.I told our coworkers that the occasional hit we took for a bounced check cost far less than what we lost-and couldn't quantify-by creating a subtly hostile atmosphere. —Copy This!: How I turned Dyslexia, ADHD, and 100 square feet into a company called Kinkos by Paul Orfalea.[42:00] Nearly any action or communication means far more when done urgently.Trust only movement.[42:00] One person with a belief is equal to a force of ninety-nine who have only interests. —John Stuart Mill[43:00] None of this works if you can't trust your own judgement.[46:00] This reservoir of knowledge and human experience creates tremendous opportunities and advantages for you as an entrepreneur. You are heir to the discoveries of many entrepreneurs who skinned their shins trying something new. It is likely other entrepreneurs before you have experienced the same challenges and problems, and found ways to surmount them.[47:00] You have the experiences of thousands of experts and mentors at your fingertips.[47:00] The incredible, wonderful, and unavoidable truth is that seeking the help of others can put you light years ahead of other people who beat their heads against the wall trying to reinvent the wheel[48:00] I've never found anybody that didn't want to help me if I asked them for help. I called up Bill Hewlett when I was 12 years old. He answered the phone himself. I told him I wanted to build a frequency counter. I asked if he had any spare parts I could have. He laughed. He gave me the parts. And he gave me a summer job at HP working on the assembly line putting together frequency counters. I have never found anyone who said no, or hung up the phone. I just ask. Most people never pick up the phone and call. And that is what separates the people who do things, versus the people who just dream about them. You have to act. —Steve Jobs[53:00] "Max kept repeating, 'As hire As. Bs hire Cs. So the first B you hire takes the whole company down." — The Founders: The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley by Jimmy Soni.[54:00] “The greatest thing you can do for your competition—hiring poorly.” —Bill Gates[59:00] I wish that I had known sooner that if you miss a child's play or performance or sporting event, you will have forgotten a year later the work emergency that caused you to miss it. But the child won't have forgotten that you weren't there.—I use Readwise to organize and remember everything I read. You can try Readwise for 60 days for free https://readwise.io/founders/—Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily—“I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested so my poor wallet suffers. ” — GarethBe like Gareth. Buy a book: All the books featured on Founders Podcast
29.11.22 Pt 1 - Even though we can put Black Friday behind us, Mash shares some sales stats that will leave you speechless. Gareth finds out why Balenciaga is now cancelled… and find out how you can own a piece of future music history!
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/386 Presented By: Country Financial, Visit Idaho, Drifthook, Angler's Coffee Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Gareth Jones from Airflo Fishing is here today to break down their products and everything they have going. We dig into a lot of the tech behind Airflo and how they make PVC-free fly lines that last. Why is Airflo becoming a top choice for anglers around the world today and what makes their fly lines special? Listen to this episode to find out. Show Notes with Gareth Jones 05:00 - Gareth became the youngest stillwater National Champion in the UK at 19 years old. 06:20 - Paul Burgess invented Airflo fly lines. He was an incredible Engineer. 09:10 - Airflo is the only fly line company that produces polyurethane lines. Polyurethane plastic doesn't require any solvent to make it liquid. 16:50 - Phil Rowley had been on the podcast a few times in episodes 267, 307, and 308B 24:30 - Gareth recommends the power taper 35:00 - Gareth talks about how they test out their lines before it hits the market. 37:45 - Gareth doesn't usually clean his lines. 41:35 - We had Jarvis from Monic Fly Lines who taught us how to choose a fly line. 45:45 - He tells us how the welded loop came to be. 50:00 - Gareth describes why using a poly leader is the best way of connecting the fly line to the tippet. 54:55 - Gareth talks about why they put ridges on their fly lines. 59:20 - He recommends the universal saltwater fly line for saltwater fishing. 1:00:00 - They also have a line specifically designed for redfish. 1:04:00 - Gareth mentioned Rene Harrop who's a famous angler in Henry's Fork. 1:05:30 - "Find the fish. Have a plan to find the fish". Gareth explains. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/386
Steadfast Eyes. Trish Wolf joins us. A Hedo tale from Toga Night. Golfing with David Freese vs. Taking pictures with Santa. TMA is heading to Jamaica. Iggy will not, I repeat, will not be going. We'll be giving away a trip to Jamaica. Jackson will be prowling. Applications are flying in to win the Jamaica trip. Gareth's shoulder hair. Plowsy's tendencies. The Tamm Avenue Capital Partners can't get it done. Will Iggy run the board? Fun with Mike Francesa audio. EMOTD
28.11.22 Pt 2 - Would you do a life drawing art class with naked models? Gareth finally watched his first World Cup match of the tournament, is this why Argentina won? Angela Yeung joins the team to talk about the extremes she has gone to, to raise money, food and bras for her foundation. She also gets into her fascinating and emotional family background.
28.11.22 Pt 1 - Gareth and Leigh-Ann talk about preparing for the upcoming expensive December season. Leigh-Ann talks about growing her own vegetable garden… and Dr Hanan talks about why this is a difficult time of year for some, and how to keep your mental in check.
Fresh from his highly one sided win in Fantasy Adam is live with his beaten opponent and host Freddie and Gareth to discuss the importance of Josh Jacobs to the Raiders as well as the Jacksonville Jags and Lawrences improvements
Well that was lucky!! And we have a lucky winner indeed congrats Matthew Jonhson for winning the Funko pop that will be worth millions soon!! Aside the giveaway Gareth, Paul and Nadgy are joined by special guest Alec Simpson to make sense of the weird football display that happened at Levi's. The team will give their opinion on the offence and what player made an impression in the shutout of the Saints.
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #189 Whitesnake - Slide It In (US Release) November 28, 2022 Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, Amazon Music, or search in your favorite podcatcher! How To Support Our Show: Leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts Buy Merch at Our Etsy Store! Become a Patron on Patreon Donate on Paypal (Donate one time or click “make this a monthly donation” box) Donate to $DPPOD Using Cash App Brendan Ashbrook - Logo Designer Thanks to Our Executive Level Patrons: The $25 “Uncommon Man” Tier Ovais Naqvi Purple Maniac The £10 Tier Dr. Jill Breis The Turn it up to $11 Tier Clay Wombacher Frank Theilgaard-Mortensen Alan “Ain't Too Proud To” Begg Mikkel Steen The $10.99 “What's Goin' On Here” Tier Richard Fusey $10 “Some One Came” Tier Ryan M Jeff Breis Victor Campos “Better Call” Saul Evans Kev Roberts & his wonderful children: Matthew, Gareth, and Sarah Apple Podcasts Reviews: Rosebud Jack - Australia 5 Stars! Deep Dive Podcast Network: Lead up to the Album: Core Band: Bass – Neil Murray Drums – Cozy Powell Electric Guitar – John Sykes Guitar – Micky Moody Guitar, Vocals – Mel Galley Keyboards – Jon Lord Keyboards – Bill Cuomo Vocals – David Coverdale Technical: Producer, Mixed By – Martin Birch Mixed By – Keith Olsen keyboard parts by Bill Cuomo, differing from the original recording. Mastered By – Greg Fulginiti Album Art & Booklet Review Artwork, Art Direction – Manfred Brey Photography By – Jürgen Barron Reisch* Thanks to Our Core Level Patrons: Album Tracks: Side One: Slide It In (Coverdale) Slow An' Easy (Coverdale, Moody) Love Ain't No Stranger (Coverdale, Galley) All Or Nothing (Coverdale, Galley) Gambler (Coverdale, Galley) Side Two: Guilty Of Love (Coverdale) Hungry For Love (Coverdale) Give Me More Time (Coverdale, Galley) Spit It Out (Coverdale, Galley) Standing In The Shadow (Coverdale) Thanks To Our Foundation Level Patrons: Bustin' Out The Spreadsheet Reception and Charts: The Final Word: Straight from David Coverdale. For Further Information: Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you'd like us to cover? We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
Gareth and Ted chat about Honor Magic Vs, Honor 80, Oukitel WP21, Anbernic RG505, Palm OS emulator, Lelo Pleasure Console, Galaxy A23 5G and Clarks shoes With Gareth Myles and Ted Salmon Join us on Mewe RSS Link: https://techaddicts.libsyn.com/rss iTunes | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Tunein | Spotify Amazon | Pocket Casts | Castbox | PodHubUK Feedback and Contributions Anker 521 Powerhouse Hardline on the hardware Lelo's the pleasure console offers exceptional variety and even hooks up to an app! £149
Kelly Cates and guests reflect on Germany's draw with Spain. She's joined by Peter Schmeichel, Alan Shearer, Moritz Volz and commentator John Murray. The panel also hear from Jack Grealish and Joe Allen ahead of England vs Wales. And Juliette Ferrington presents reaction to two big shocks as Morocco beat Belgium and Costa Rica edge past Japan. TOPICS: 0:55 – Spain-Germany, 8:30 – England, 17:15 – Wales, 20:30 – Belgium-Morocco, 33:45 – Japan-Costa Rica, 41:35 – Morocco boss, 43:05 – Belgium boss, 44:15 – Statman Dave's picks.
Kelly Cates is joined by John Murray, Rob Green, Micah Richards and Rob Green to react to England's goalless draw with USA. Did England play it too safe and should Gareth have brought on Phil Foden? Micah certainly thinks so. Hear from Gareth Southgate, Harry Kane, Harry Maguire and Kieran Trippier. Plus we get the thoughts of USA captain Tyler Adams. It was also a disappointing day for Wales who were beaten 2-0 by Iran, leaving their hopes of making it out of the group in tatters. We hear from Mark Chapman, Ian Dennis and Pat Nevin on the full-time whistle and from Wales fans outside the stadium. Plus, former Wales forward Robert Earnshaw joins us to reflect on the result. After watching England's struggles - is he more hopeful? Plus, Alistair Bruce-Ball and Chris Sutton are back with, 'Would I lie to Bruce' - their World Cup game taking social media by storm. This one is themed around Argentina v Mexico. Can Chris finally get on the scoreboard? TOPICS 08'48 Harry Maguire interview 18'00 Gareth Southgate interview 24'25 Kieran Trippier interview 33'11 Harry Kane interview 35'25 Tyler Adams interview 37'45 Wales reaction 42'20 Wales fans 43'30 Robert Earnshaw 48'20 Would I lie to Bruce?
This week Jim Reid and the panel interview Gareth James from the MTT Poker School! After overcoming some fun audio issues in the first couple minutes, they talk about the Theme of the Month at RecPoker, which is "Responding to 3-bets" by discussing position, size, player tendancies, and hand characteristsc, and they also get into the difference between 'studying' and 'training' as well as talkimg about a new Book Gareth is working on that focusses on how to play when you find yourself at the final table of tournament. Plus of course we give away a free prize at the end for folks in the YouTube chat. Join us on YouTube next Monday at 7:30 ET for free to ask our guests questions in real time, and you can win too! Gareth is active on Twitter at @gazelligpoker but spends most of his social media time on facebook (search for the group 'poker profits') and you can check out his "Train and play like the pros" course here: https://rec.poker/go/mtt-poker-academy/ We also go over this week's home game results and discuss these topics: How to help us out - https://rec.poker/support/ Home Games - https://rec.poker/homegame/ Go Premium! - https://rec.poker/premium/ Find our free videos at: http://youtube.com/c/RecPokerCommunity Find more info on our sponsors at: https://RunAces.com https://WebsiteAMP.com RecPoker is a vibrant and encouraging poker learning community. We are committed to learning the game, but our priority is building healthy relationships where we can not only grow in the game, but grow in our enjoyment of life. The free membership website at rec.poker is awesome, but it's just a tool to help us build that community. You can join for FREE, giving you access to the groups, forums, and other member benefits. If you want to enjoy the premium content, or become part of the RECing Crew, those options are available and you can get $10 off your first payment using the code RECPOKER. Music by Peter Troolin, email@example.com
Welcome to Episode 158! In this episode, MTT Coach Gareth James and Peak Performance Mindset Coach Dr. Tricia Cardner are back discussing all things poker strategy & mindset. In this episode, the hosts answered a stream viewers question about risk premiums. Topics covered in this episode include:●A brief discussion on the Pomodoro technique and how it relates to the concept of deep work●An update of Gareth's upcoming book: The Final Table●Why ‘risk premium' is an important theoretical ICM concept for players to understand●What risk premiums are and how to account for them when making decisions Want us to answer your poker question?Post it in Dr. Tricia's private Facebook group! Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PokerMindsetMasteryLab/Or in Gareth's private Facebook group! Join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pokerprofits Or Tweet us: @drtriciacardner @MTTpokerschool @PokerOnTheMindResourcesCheck out Gareth's program Train and Play Like the Pros that will prepare you for large MTT series (both online and live): https://www.mttpokerschool.com/ Check out Tricia's digital offerings at: https://www.peakpokermindset.com/ Check out the replay of Tricia's webinar with Alex Fitzgerald on How to Stop Making Bad Calls: https://vimeo.com/767500329
The most important relationship men have is the one they have with themselves, and yet men just aren't that great at developing and building a strong kit bag of skills they can draw on when life suddenly doesn't go to plan. And sadly, this is driving the global mental health crisis and the massive rise in anxiety, drug/alcohol abuse, and depression in men across all age groups. That's where Gareth and Man Up come in. Gareth is on a mission to teach young men the critical skills that empower and equip them to be able to handle all of life's up and downs. By engaging young men in high school, Gareth and his Man Up workshops explore and guide participants in all elements of male culture, and just what does it mean to be male in this ever changing world. Gareth has a fascinating story to tell, and by following his incredible passion he is creating an entire generation of emotionally intelligent young men who can deal with life's challenges with psychological flexibility, resilience and integrity and who are then taking that learning and emotional intelligence into our wider society as a whole.
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23.11.22 Pt 2 - AI J Venter is a South African war journalist, documentary filmmaker, and author who has written books on and brought us the news from war zones all over the planet. He has also witnessed things most of us cannot comprehend. He talks to Gareth about the most dangerous places he's ever been, the volatile situations he has found himself in, and the human stories that happen behind the headlines.
Tom Clarke is joined in London by Gregor Robertson and Alyson Rudd - with Tom Roddy and Jonathan Northcroft in Qatar.England proved that going into a World Cup in poor form doesn't matter with a 6-2 win over Iran. What did we learn and did Gareth Southgate get everything right? (00:00)At the last moment, the ‘One Love' captain's armbands were scrapped. What does this say about the nations involved standing up for human rights? (22:45)What's it actually like in Qatar at the moment? With Tom and Jonathan joining us from Doha, they're pretty well placed to give us their experience so far! (27:35)Wales managed to snatch a draw against the USA. A poor first half led to an impressive second - but have they shown enough to give us faith they'll make it through? (32:50)The Netherlands also got their tournament started against Ecuador - but something wasn't right (45:17)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this week's episode of The Tech Leader's podcast, Gareth is joined by Adrian Condon, the CTO of B-Secur, a company that creates cutting-edge, heart health technology that is used in some of our favourite tech wearables. In this episode, the topic of discussion centres around how technology can be used to understand the human body, exemplified by the life-saving heart rate variability monitors that Condon himself has helped create. In understanding our connection to machinery, we also find out how our stress levels mirror that of a car in first gear, and how to avoid a subsequent tech-induced burnout. However, at a time where there is frequent talk about ‘cyborgs' replacing the organic human body, Adrian Condon discusses how technology should be used as a way of ‘aiding humans, not replacing them'. 02:16 – What does good leadership mean to Adrian?04:00 – What did Adrian want to be when he grew up?05:14 – Where B-Secur started08:20 – Information we can receive from ECG signals 10:20 – Where this technology is going in terms of clinical usage 11:30 – What does HRV (heart rate variability) mean?15:00 - Stress in relation to cardiovascular disease16:33 - Next wave of heart problems and “Athletes Heart”21:30 – Lifestyle impact of these wearable technologies23:40 – Is implantable technology the future?26:10 – Sports performance and how this technology assists athletes.29:40 – Alcohol, drinking and seeing the changes in HRV32:00 – What is Adrian most excited about in the world in terms of technology innovation?36:00 – How does Adrian stay healthy working in this field? 40:00 – Adrian's productivity advice41:00 – If Adrian could have a coffee with anyone in the world, who would it be?41:54 – What advice would you give to your 21-year-old self?43:10 - Encouraging start-ups and teaching schools about tech and money
The USMNT have played their first World Cup game in 8 years, resulting in a 1-1 draw against Wales. David Gass, Bobby Warshaw, Andrew Wiebe, and Matt Doyle break down everything we saw from the US. Plus, a 6-2 win for England against Iran and 2-0 for Netherlands against Senegal close out today's Group A & B matches.
What I learned from rereading Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future by Peter Thiel.This episode is brought to you by: Tiny: The easiest way to sell your business. Quick and straightforward exits for Founders. Fable: Make your product accessible to more people. Tegus is a search engine for business knowledge that's used by Founders, investors, and executives. Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily (my new daily podcast)[4:01] Jobs's return to Apple 12 years later shows how the most important task in business-the creation of new valuecannot be reduced to a formula and applied by professionals.[5:00] A really important sentence to understand one of the main points in Peter's book: Apple's value crucially depended on the singular vision of a particular person.[5:00] A unique founder can make authoritative decisions, inspire strong personal loyalty, and plan ahead for decades.[6:00] Conspiracy: Peter Thiel, Hulk Hogan, Gawker, and the Anatomy of Intrigue and Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future (Founders #31)[7:00] Properly understood, any new and better way of doing things is technology.[8:00] By creating new technologies we rewrite the plan of the world.[9:00] The paradox of teaching entrepreneurship is that such a formula necessarily cannot exist; because every innovation is new and unique, no authority can prescribe in concrete terms how to be innovative.The single most powerful pattern I have noticed is that successful people find value in unexpected places, and they do this by thinking about business from first principles instead of formulas.[10:00] The minute that you understand that you can poke life and actually something will pop out the other side, that you can change it, you can mold it. That's maybe the most important thing. It's to shake off this erroneous notion that life is there and you're just gonna live in it, versus embrace it, change it, improve it, make your mark upon it. —Steve Jobs[11:00] Brilliant thinking is rare, but courage is in even shorter supply than genius.[13:00] A startup is the largest group of people you can convince of a plan to build a different future. A new company's most important strength is new thinking.[14:00] What follows is not a manual or a record of knowledge but an exercise in thinking. Because that is what a startup has to do: question received ideas and rethink business from scratch.[14:00] The Founders: The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley by Jimmy Soni. (Founders #233)[17:00] Their casual way of conducting affairs did not appeal to me. — Random Reminiscences of Men and Events by John D. Rockefeller (Founders #148)[18:00] My number one repeated learning in life: There Are No Adults. Everyone's making it up as they go along. Figure it out yourself, and do it. —Naval Ravikant[19:00] Bill Gurley's answer to the question For people who were there, does this feel like dot-com bust level unwiding yet? Yes. Link to tweet[21:00] Peter's 4 principles for founders:1. It is better to risk boldness than triviality.2. A bad plan is better than no plan.3. Competitive markets destroy profits.4. Sales matters just as much as product.[22:00] The most contrarian thing of all is not to oppose the crowd but to think for yourself.[22:00] By “monopoly,” we mean the kind of company that's so good at what it does that no other firm can offer a close substitute.[24:00] Every business is successful exactly to the extent that it does something others cannot.[25:00] Durability has always been a first rate virtue in Charlie's eyes. — Poor Charlie's Almanack: The Wit and Wisdom of Charles T. Munger. (Founders #90)[27:00] If you focus on near-term growth above all else, you miss the most important question you should be asking: will this business still be around a decade from now?[27:00] There is no shortcut to monopoly[28:00] A substantive advantage makes your product difficult or impossible to replicate.[30:00] The perfect target market for a startup is a small group of particular people concentrated together and served by few or no competitors.[32:00] Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect.[32:00] Victory awaits him who has everything in order.[33:00] My heroes are people who took epic journeys into the unknown often at substantial personal risk. I am simply following the path that they carved into history. —Explore/Create My Life in Pursuit of New Frontiers, Hidden Worlds, and the Creative Spark by Richard Garriott.[35:00] Instead of pursuing many-sided mediocrity and calling it "wellroundedness," a definite person determines the one best thing to do and then does it. She strives to be great at something substantive— to be a monopoly of one.[36:00] Long-term planning is often undervalued by our indefinite short-term world.[39:00] Monopoly businesses capture more value than millions of undifferentiated competitors.[40:00] Most startups fail and most venture funds fail with them.[43:00] You cannot trust a world that denies the power law to accurately frame your decisions for you, so what's most important is rarely obvious. It might even be a secret.[44:00] I also believed then, as I do now after more than fifty years as a money manager, that the surest way to get rich is to play only those games or make those investments where I have an edge. — A Man for All Markets: From Las Vegas to Wall Street, How I Beat the Dealer and the Market by Ed Thorp. (Founders #222)[45:00] Schlep Blindness by Paul Graham [46:00] Great companies can be built on open but unsuspected secrets about how the world works.[47:00] Conspiracy: A True Story of Power, Sex, and a Billionaire's Secret Plot to Destroy a Media Empire by Peter Thielby Ryan Holiday[48:00] The best entrepreneurs know this: every great business is built around a secret that's hidden from the outside.[51:00] Keith Rabois on Peter Theil insisting on focus[54:00] Superior sales and distribution by itself can create a monopoly, even with no product differentiation. The converse is not true.[56:00] Advertising doesn't exist to make you buy a product right away; it exists to embed subtle impressions that will drive sales later. Anyone who cannot acknowledge its likely effect on himself is doubly deceived.I use Readwise to organize and remember everything I read. You can try Readwise for 60 days for free https://readwise.io/founders/—Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily—“I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested so my poor wallet suffers. ” — GarethBe like Gareth. Buy a book: All the books featured on Founders Podcast
YES DALLYN! Our guest for this episode is the hilarious Gareth Howells - Hunsnet founder, brunch hoster, Victoria Beckham fan and all around legend. He tells us about why he started Hunsnet, and how it's grown into an amazing social media phenomenon that makes us laugh every day. We hear about Gareth's brilliant book, The Hundamental Guide to Life, and his tips for shitting your pants and doing it anyway. Plus: which of us is the hunniest hun? Which font makes Gareth physically ill? What are our favourite high street celebrity bed linen collections? Listen in to find out! Tickets for our 2022 AND 2023 shows are now on sale! We are coming to Stroud, Farnham and Ware before Christmas, then next year we're off to Lincoln, Kettering, Redhill, Camberley, Cheltenham, Lancaster, Caernafon, Burnley, Milton Keynes, Winchester, Newcastle, Lichfield, Rotherham, Twickenham, Leeds, Birmingham, Crewe, Lowestoft... And new dates are being added all the time! Keep an eye on scummymummies.com for announcements and tickets. **WE HAVE A SHOP!** Visit scummymummiesshop.com for our ace t-shirts, mugs, washbags, sweatshirts and beach towels. FREE UK DELIVERY! We're on Twitter (@scummymummies), Instagram, and Facebook. If you like the podcast, please rate, review and subscribe. Thanks for listening! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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21.11.22 Pt 2 - Gareth goes through some of the news headlines, which leads to a discussion on the issue of unisex toilets at schools in order to help prevent bullying of gender-diverse pupils. Dylan Bester from Markets.com then joins the show to give us some insights on the crypto market.
Steff, Milo, and Gareth look back over Spurs season thus far with a comprehensive mini-review. Amidst the waves of praise for Bentancur, Kulusevski and Kane, we will also explore whether Wilfred Owen really did write a poem about this period in our history, whether Lucas has a future with us, and find ourselves walking down memory Lane as we look back on the career of Super Aaron Lennon. Did we also mention that FIFA are w*nkers?Website: https://thegameisaboutglory.co.uk/Twitter: https://twitter.com/GameIsGloryPodMastodon: https://mastodon.green/@GameIsGloryPodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thegameisaboutglory/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Wales are heading to their first football World Cup since 1958. Their captain is Gareth Bale, who was once the most expensive footballer in the world. Born in Cardiff in 1989, Gareth was first spotted at the age of 9 by Southampton. He become their second-youngest player of all time when he broke into the first-team aged 16, and enjoyed two seasons with the south coast club before moving to the Premier League with Tottenham. It was in North London that Bale announced himself on the European stage, eventually securing a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid for a then-world record fee. After nearly a decade in Spain, where he won some of football's biggest prizes, he surprised many by moving to the MLS to play for Los Angeles FC earlier this year. Gareth Bale's meteoric rise also coincided with a renaissance of the Welsh national team's fortunes - they'd regularly struggled to qualify for major tournaments in the decades before he broke onto the scene. With their World Cup campaign kicking off against the USA on Monday, Mark Coles looks at the life and career of the man who'll be leading Wales out. Producers: Ben Cooper and Matt Toulson Researcher: Kirsteen Knight Production Co-ordinators: Helena Warwick-Cross and Maria Ogundele Editor: Simon Watts Studio Engineer: Graham Puddifoot
18.11.22 Pt 1 - Cable theft forces Gareth to come to the studio, which leads to a discussion about appropriate punishments for such a crime. What would you eat for your last meal on death row? And Charlize Theron is in hot water after referring to Afrikaans as a dying language.
18.11.22 Pt 2 - Gareth and Simphiwe are joined by Prof Mashiko Setshedi, the Head of Medical Gastroenterology at Groote Schuur Hospital to answer all your questions about poop. The Positions, sounds, shapes, and looks. George Mienie joins Gareth in studio to give you your Friday update in the car world.
In the latest episode, Gareth and Andy are taking a very, very slow ride on the Starship Enterprise as we join Kirk, Spock, Bones, and crew on their search to find the fabled clitoris. That's right, we're discussing Star Trek The Motion Picture. But is this a triumphant return to Starfleet, or are these two of the longest hours of our life that we'll never get back?
Gareth Soloway discusses price predictions for Bitcoin and Ethereum as FTX collapse contagion spreads in the crypto market. We also talk about the Fed, Interest Rates, Recession, Stock Market, and the Real Estate Market.
What I learned from reading Hackers and Painters: Big Ideas From The Computer Age by Paul Graham Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily (my new daily podcast)[4:00] How To Make Wealth by Paul Graham [4:01] Wealth is stuff we want: food, clothes, houses, cars, gadgets, travel to interesting places, and so on. You can have wealth without having money. If you had a magic machine that could on command make you a car or cook you dinner or do your laundry, or do anything else you wanted, you wouldn't need money. Whereas if you were in the middle of Antarctica, where there is nothing to buy, it wouldn't matter how much money you had.[6:00] All a company is is a group of people working together to do something people want.[7:00] It turns out, though, that there are economies of scale in how much of your life you devote to your work. In the right kind of business, someone who really devoted himself to work could generate ten or even a hundred times as much wealth as an average employee.[8:00] And the people you work with had better be good, because it's their work that yours is going to be averaged with.[9:00] In the Company of Giants: Candid Conversations With the Visionaries of the Digital World by Rama Dev Jager and Rafael Ortiz. (Founders #208)[10:00] A very able person who does care about money will ordinarily do better to go off and work with a small group of peers.[10:00] Paul Graham's Essays (Founders #275)[11:00] What is technology? It's technique. It's the way we all do things.[12:00] Sam Walton got rich not by being a retailer, but by designing a new kind of store.[12:00] Sam Walton epiosdes#150 Sam Walton: The Inside Story of America's Richest Man by Vance H. Trimble.#234 Sam Walton: Made In America by Sam Walton.[13:00] Use difficulty as a guide not just in selecting the overall aim of your company, but also at decision points along the way. At Viaweb one of our rules of thumb was run upstairs. Suppose you are a little, nimble guy being chased by a big, fat, bully. You open a door and find yourself in a staircase. Do you go up or down? I say up. The bully can probably run downstairs as fast as you can. Going upstairs his bulk will be more of a disadvantage. Running upstairs is hard for you but even harder for him.[14:00] So few businesses really pay attention to making customers happy.[15:00] What people will give you money for depends on them, not you.[16:00] Hackers and Painters by Paul Graham[20:00] The other way makers learn is from examples. For a painter, a museum is a reference library of techniques. For hundreds of years it has been part of the traditional education of painters to copy the works of the great masters, because copying forces you to look closely at the way a painting is made.[21:00] Relentelssness wins. A great product has to be better than it has to be.[21:00] Relentlessness Wins: Many painters might have thought, this is just something to put in the background to frame her head. No one will look that closely at it.Not Leonardo. How hard he worked on part of a painting didn't depend at all on how closely he expected anyone to look at it. He was like Michael Jordan. Relentless.Relentlessness wins because, in the aggregate, unseen details become visible.[22:00] All those unseen details combine to produce something that's just stunning, like a thousand barely audible voices all singing in tune.[24:00] The right way to collaborate, I think, is to divide projects into sharply defined modules, each with a definite owner, and with interfaces between them that are as carefully designed and, if possible, as articulated as programming languages.[25:00] It turns out that looking at things from other people's point of view is practically the secret of success.[25:00] You only get one life. You might as well spend it working on something great.[26:00] The Other Road Ahead by Paul Graham [26:00] Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily (my new daily podcast)[29:00] Use your product yourself all the time.[29:00] Mind The Gap by Paul Graham[29:00] When people care enough about something to do it well, those who do it best tend to be far better than everyone else. There's a huge gap between Leonardo da Vinci and second-rate contemporaries.[32:00] Technology will certainly increase the gap between the productive and the unproductive.[33:00] So we should expect to see ever-increasing variation in individual productivity as time goes on.[34:00] Paul Graham's answer to how big of a difference can a single developer or a small team make?The answer is increasingly much. Increasingly much.Achrimedes said if he had a lever long enough he could move the world.Well nowawadys from your bedroom —thanks to all the infrastucture that exists — a combination of open source and services like AWS — the lever is enourmoulsy long.You could be sitting in your bedroom programming … a single person … and if you make something that people like and is novel it can really have a huge effect.That is very exiciting. You guys may take this for granted but anybody who is as old as me realizes how that was not the case 20 years ago.It will be interesting to see how far it goes because it is certainly not over yet.(How far can it go?)Always further than people expect.[37:00] Beating The Averages by Paul Graham [37:00] Paul Graham on Econtalk: I found that the interesting parts of programming you can't make scientific. [Startups are the same.] What makes a programmer good at programming is more like what makes a painter good at painting. It is something a little less organized. It is taste. A sense of design. A certain knack.[40:00] In business, there is nothing more valuable than a technical advantage your competitors don't understand.[40:00] A startup should give its competitors as little information as possible.[41:00] Taste For Makers by Paul Graham[42:00] Whatever job people do, they naturally want to do better.[43:00] It's surprising how much different fields' ideas of beauty have in common. The same principles of good design crop up again and again.[44:00] If something is ugly, it can't be the best solution.[46:00] In most fields the appearance of ease seems to come with practice. Perhaps what practice does is train your unconscious mind to handle tasks that used to require conscious thought.[48:00] "It is my opinion," Ferrari once wrote, "that there are innate gifts that are a peculiarity of certain regions and that, transferred into industry, these propensities may at times acquire an exceptional importance... In Modena, where I was born and set up my own works, there is a species of psychosis for racing cars." — Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans by A.J. Baime. (Founders #97)[50:00] The recipe for great work is: very exacting taste, plus the ability to gratify it.I use Readwise to organize and remember everything I read. You can try Readwise for 60 days for free https://readwise.io/founders/—Subscribe to listen to Founders Daily—“I have listened to every episode released and look forward to every episode that comes out. The only criticism I would have is that after each podcast I usually want to buy the book because I am interested so my poor wallet suffers. ” — GarethBe like Gareth. Buy a book: All the books featured on Founders Podcast
Gareth's Gang has been selected! James Maddison is officially declared a nice man after his call up, while Callum Wilson prepares to clean Harry Kane's boots.Marcus, Luke, Vish and Jim pore over that and the final weekend of Premier League fixtures, as Southampton hope to avoid a new manager trounce while Eddie Howe and Graham Potter enter Ru Paul's Drag Race. The prize: to be the next England boss.Tweet us @FootballRamble and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org.Sign up for our Patreon for exclusive live events, ad-free Rambles, full video episodes and loads more: patreon.com/footballramble.***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.