Heath and I are coming at you live from the 2023 NWTF Convention and Sportshow with a Fireside Chat with Cuz Strickland, of Mossy Oak. We had a conversation at the 2023 NWTF Convention about the benefits of living the outdoors lifestyle, the importance of mentoring new hunters, making it a family affair and much more! Some of the topics we got into, included: The value of someone's time Living your best life outdoors The value of introducing “born again hunters” What's old is what's new Embracing good technology in hunting Never before heard story from The Truth 1 Apex Ammunition The guys at Apex handload the highest quality TSS rounds available to the hunter today. There is a new load for the spring of 2023, Mossy Oak Greenleaf Turkey TSS. Available in 3-inch, 12-Gauge, 2-1/4ounce & 3-inch, 20-Gauge, 1-5/8 ounce Loads. These Premium “Duplex” shells feature a combination of No.9 and No.10 TSS, delivering an exceptional payload 0f 1,096 pellets in 12-Gauge shells and 774 pellets in the 20-Gauge. With a density 0f 18.1 grams per cubic centimeter, the Apex Tungsten Super Shot loads hit with devastating energy. Each meticulously hand loaded shells features clean-burning powder and Apex's one-piece tungsten-grade wad system engineered to deliver the tightest patterns possible and maximum barrel protection. https://apexmunition.com/product/mossy-oak-greenleaf-turkey-tss-a-unique-blend-of-9-tss-over-10-tss-offered-in-a-3-12-gauge-2-1-4oz-and-20-gauge-1-5-8oz/
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The early white settlers in North Dakota tended to cluster around the Army forts located along the Red, James, Sheyenne, and Missouri Rivers. The rivers allowed for easier delivery of supplies, since overland transportation was slow and difficult. That changed for Dakota Territory when the railroads arrived in the early 1870s. New settlers, and supplies to support the growing economy, could now arrive quickly and conveniently.
Jim Bianco joins Fox Business to discuss Wall St vs Jay Powell, Fed's Inflation Gauge & 6% Fed Funds with Charles Payne.
In This Hour: -- Recoil. What is it and how to manage it. Ryan Cleckner talks about shooting big rifles, and sometimes why smaller is better. -- A trip to the Range Ready AR-15 class with Daniel Defense pays off big. -- Taming the recoil of a 12-gauge shotgun. Tom Gresham's Gun Talk Gun Talk Radio | 02.26.23 Hour 3
The Keto Kamp Podcast With Ben Azadi
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Dr Jay T. Wiles. He is the co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer at Hanu Health. Dr Jay is also a prominent expert in mental health optimization, HRV, and biofeedback. Dr Jay is a clinical health and performance psychologist. He has a master's degree in clinical therapy and then went on to his doctoral degree in clinical psychology. When he was in his residency, he and his co-workers were exposed to a toxic black mold. This led him to be more interested in health, wellness, and integrative holistic health. Since then, his residency in the Department of Veteran Affairs grew his desire to study heart rate variability and biofeedback and how it relates to Nervous System Monitoring and functioning. In 2018, Dr Jay launched his consulting company, which is utilized by elite athletes, high-performance executives, and CEOs to understand data from wearables while learning how to manage their nervous systems using tools and procedures. His firm, Hanu, was founded in 2021. It is a digital mental health platform that uses wearable technology to track changes in the human stress response. They then train resilience through various techniques. In this episode, Dr Jay speaks about heart rate variability and its relation to the nervous system. Dr Jay talks about how to gauge parasympathetic balance. Tune in as we chat about Heart Rate Variability, Nervous System, Stress, Parasympathetic Balance, measuring HRV, Pre-Meal Breathwork Sessions, and many more. Get your Hanu Health device, 20% off! Head to http://www.hanuhealth.com and use the coupon code ketokamp at checkout. Download your FREE Vegetable Oil Allergy Card here: https://onlineoffer.lpages.co/vegetable-oil-allergy-card-download/ / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [8:46] Heart Rate Variability Increasing? Don't Worry. Nervous System is Adapting! - Heart rate and heart rate variability are not the same things. We may acquire a decent insight by evaluating both of them. - Heart rate variability is similar to examining heart rate through a microscope. - The heart does not beat to the beat of a metronome. In reality, it rapidly accelerates and decelerates. - Heart rate variability examines temporal variations or variance, which is the difference in time between each succeeding heartbeat. - Increased Heart Rate Variability indicates that the nervous system is adaptable; it can assimilate information within its surroundings and adjust. [14:17] Stress is Not Bad, Just Be Adaptable and Regulate Your Nervous System - Remember that HRV as a metric does not often behave the same way as many other metrics that serve as the normative basis of comparison. - Several conflicting elements contribute to HRV being what it is. When we compare two people's heart rate variability, it's like comparing apples and oranges. - A decrease in heart rate variability indicates that the nervous system is too busy and is having a tough time changing and adapting to its surroundings. - If we are not regulating our nervous system response, as seen by a reduction in heart rate variability, it undoubtedly aggravates any other forms of physiological abnormalities. [19:20] What Is the Best Way to Gauge the Parasympathetic Balance? - There are other methods available, but they are often more intrusive. - Another approach would be to examine general brainwave functioning and changes in brainwave states. - We have so much evidence in the scientific literature that heart rate variability is now the single best non-invasive technique to have a proxy for nervous system functioning and balance. - Many people experience nervous system assaults throughout the day, increasing over time. If they are unaware of what is going on, and especially if they are not managing their reaction at that period, we observe the emergence of a host of various mental and physical health problems. - What we can truly do is train our neurological systems to behave in a more adaptable manner, which will make us happier. [30:17] Using the Device to Measure HRV? Look At the Stress Resiliency Number - The Stress Resiliency Number is a 0 to 100 number that takes all of your data and plots it on a 0 to 100 scale. - If you don't understand how to interpret HRV, Stress Resiliency Number is a great number to look at. - Your goal is to get yourself above that 80 to 100 thresholds, which is like our green zone. - As the HRV goes down, so does your Stress Resiliency Number. [41:59] Digest Your Meal Better, Do A Pre-Meal Breathwork Session - It's a biofeedback session to help stimulate your parasympathetic nervous system and the vagus nerve prior to a meal. - If we go into a meal and eat in a sympathetically driven state, it will cause immense dysbiosis and dysregulation of the gut. - Do a very short practice, 60 seconds to two minutes of a breathwork session that we call pre-meal. And we also do it post-meal to start that process. - When people do the breathwork session, their meal does not have nearly as much of an input influence on the metabolically, so we do not see significant amounts of blood sugar rise. Plus, people's nervous system recovers quickly. - It is imperative to do something parasympathetically stimulating or stimulating our vagus nerve before and after eating. [59:09] Having A Bad Performance Anxiety? Calm Down, Focus and Work to Increase Your HRV - One major issue that people have is experiencing bad performance anxiety during biofeedback sessions, which causes them to feel agitated and lowers their HRV. - Don't be discouraged; this is an excellent learning opportunity for you. Address and work on the problem. - Any upward direct movement is beneficial since it indicates that the nervous system is actively engaged. But what we want to do is gradually raise it over time. - Work to figure out where you are, and then just go forward. Simply strive to improve by 1% every day, just as you would in any other aspect of your life. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: ● Company Website: https://www.hanuhealth.com/ ● Personal Website: https://www.drjaywiles.com/ ● Podcast: https://www.hanuhealth.com/podcast/ ● Follow Dr Jay T. Wiles: ● Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrJayWiles/ ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrJayWiles ● Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jay-t-wiles-28756b60/ ● Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjaywiles/?hl=en ● Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a ● Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Get your Hanu Health device, 20% off! Head to http://www.hanuhealth.com and use the coupon code ketokamp at checkout. Download your FREE Vegetable Oil Allergy Card here: https://onlineoffer.lpages.co/vegetable-oil-allergy-card-download/ / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. *Some Links Are Affiliates* // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸ tiktok | @thebenazadi https://www.tiktok.com/@thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. 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On this weeks Fireside Chat Heath and I are joined by Chip Davis, of Mississippi. Chip is an avid turkey hunter, trapper and a very knowledgable woodsman who has completed the U.S. Super Slam. We discussed Chip's Turkey Hunting Journey Pre-Hunt Preperation Reliving Memorable Hunts Balancing Time Between Family and Chasing Your Dreams Importance of Predator Management For The Turkey Population ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Apex Ammunition Apex has recently released an a new turkey shell for 2023, called, the Mossy Oak Turkey Greenleaf TSS. Mossy Oak Greenleaf Turkey TSS is a unique duplex blend of No.9 TSS over No.10 TSS. Offered in a 3" 12 Gauge (2-1/4oz) and 20 Gauge (1-5/8oz). https://apexmunition.com/product/mossy-oak-greenleaf-turkey-tss-a-unique-blend-of-9-tss-over-10-tss-offered-in-a-3-12-gauge-2-1-4oz-and-20-gauge-1-5-8oz/
AP correspondent Shelley Adler reports on Consumer Spending.
The following is a conversation between Timothy Clark, Founder and CEO of LeaderFactor, and Denver Frederick, the Host of The Business of Giving. If there was a guide, a playbook that showed you how you could build psychological safety in your organization, create an environment where your employees felt included, fully engaged, and were encouraged to contribute their best efforts and ideas, would you be interested in learning more about it? Well, you're about to from Dr. Timothy Clark, founder and CEO of LeaderFactor and the author of the bestselling book, The 4 Stages of Psychological Safety: Defining the Path to Inclusion and Innovation. Welcome to the Business of Giving, Tim.
Her Engineering Career Podcast
You're thinking about your next career move. Maybe you even have a job offer. You're glad for the opportunity but worried about making the right decision. This episode gives you a handy tool for assessing each option. It's a quick quality check to let you know when it passes inspection and when to reject it.
Grassroots conversations regarding the 28-gauge feel more like the passing on of old fantasy stories rather than true, hard facts of ballistics. People smarter than me have pointed out that all shotgun ballistics apply except when talking the 28-gauge. There are myths of its origins, a collective misunderstanding of the “square load,” and a devout following by some of the greatest shotgun experts and writers.
We all want social media engagement - but why? Why is this as sought after, gotta have it desire of entrepreneurs? In this short & sweet episode we'll talk about why it's so important & how you engagement truly is a metric of your growth & how close people are to buying. Engagement IS what truly makes people buy. Listen in & learn why, how, & what to do to increase your engagement! Topics we Cover: Social Media Engagement | Social Media Marketing | Community Building | Business Growth | Engagement Tracking ENTREPRENEURSHIP MADE EASY // COMING FEB 6TH --- WANT TO HANG OUT // FREEBIES? Hang with me on IG: @thisismadisonpaige Join my FREE Small Business Owner Community: CLICK HERE Check Out My Small Biz Must Haves: CLICK HERE Download a FREE module inside of BCL to take a sneak peek & gain access to my Crafting Engaging Captions Training: CLICK HERE WANT MORE SPECIFIC SUPPORT?: CONTENT HELP: Join my best selling content course - the Breakthrough Content Lab: CLICK HERE ONE TIME CALL: Schedule a one time Strategy Session with me: CLICK HERE MAJOR GROWTH: Apply for my high touch, customizable, community centered business growth system - Product to Profit - CLICK HERE TO APPLY
Destination Discipline Podcast
In this episode of the podcast, we dive into the life of Aaron Casner. Aaron is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a husband, cat dad, soon to be author, content creator, Gauge's Physical Therapist and so much more. Throughout the podcast we discussed many topics. Including positive self-talk over negative, importance of self-respect, reasons to prioritize glute strength, what recovery and exercises Gauge has been doing in PT to change the trajectory of his health, slow-twitch vs fast-twitch muscles, the Super Bowl outcome and meeting J-Lo. If you're looking to improve your health, posture, and the little voice in your head - I highly recommend listening to this episode along with checking out Aarons work (links below). Connect with Aaron: Youtube: @mindbodyknowgrow TikTok: @mindbody_knowgrow Instagram: mind_body_know_grow Connect with Gauge: Personal Insta: https://www.instagram.com/g.harness.32/ Podcast Insta: destination.discipline.podcast Phone Number: (316)-350-5670 BPN Supps: https://shop.bpnsupps.com/harness
From MD to Entrepreneur with Dr. Pranay Parikh
You can measure a company's success by several factors, but leadership is at the core of everything. A business' frontline workers will only take on and embrace the culture that the leader instills in them. Additionally, leaders who listen to the needs of their team, motivate them, encourage them and constantly remind them of the company's vision are more likely to succeed. Leaders need to have confidence, connection, and character. If you want to apt your skills as a manager or leader of your business or corporate, this episode with Candace Mae is for you.Candace Mae is an international best-selling author and the founder of Candace Mae Training and Services, a business consulting and training company. As an Executive Program Certified as an independent affiliate with Maxwell Leadership Foundation, Candace calls upon her unique experience, education, gifts/talents, and palpable direct yet warm personality to provide an in-depth training and coaching experience augmented with consulting, as needed. She has helped thousands of small business leaders create a culture and values that people actually resonate with. In this wide-ranging conversation, we talk about creating a business that people wake up and are excited to work for.Key Highlights from the Show[00:00] Episode intro and a quick bio of the guest, Candace Mae[02:08] Candace's backstory and how she got to where she is right now[03:58] How to get the people you work with to be on board[09:07] Avoiding your team's crisis mode[12:10] Techniques to avoid stagnation and grow as a business manager or leader[16:28] Gauge how your company is successful through the employees[17:58] All leaders need confidence, connection, and character[21:22] The challenge of employee and talent retention and how to keep the great people[25:55] How to create an effective leadership framework for a small business[27:48] The power of your business purpose[34:05] What new leaders should spend more resources on to make them better[35:50] Best ways to reach out and connect with Candace MaeNotable Quotes● It's okay to tell your team to work beyond, but at some point, you have to give them the resources they need, so they do not live in crisis mode. [09:07]● Leaders may be saying one thing and then living something different. That does notcreate trust, motivation, or connection with the people. It actually causes chaos.[10:57]● It's a red flag if you see things that need to be fixed, but your employees have no empowerment to fix them. It gets worse when they say it's not their job. [17:40]● Effective leadership demands confidence, connection, and character. [17:58]● Good talent retention is a big challenge in businesses. To keep the great people,however, you need to appreciate them and build into them. [21:48]Candace Mae's Book1. Heaven Within Restoring Wholeness For Better Leadership by Candace Mae:https://www.amazon.com/Heaven-Within-Restoring-Wholeness-Leadership/dp/1913206424Connect With Candace MaeWebsite: https://candacemae.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/candacemaegruber/Twitter: https://twitter.com/candacemae_com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/candacemaegruber/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1odmCbA44KOBzEcmHLc4XgThank you for listening to FROM MD To Entrepreneur PodcastTune in every Wednesday, 5 AM PST. Follow Us on our socials Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/frommdpodcast/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/from-md-to-entrepreneur/ Website - https://www.frommd.com/episodes/
WISCO SPORTS SHOW with Grant Bilse
Grant reacts to solid wins by the Bucks and Badgers, and plants his official Aaron Rodgers Offseason Flag. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Dr. Regan for this episode on the quest for balance on the autism spectrum. Whether it's emotional regulation, attention, sleep, social interactions, task initiation, finances and more, finding the "just right" state is difficult for many on the spectrum. Book: The Science of Making Friends Dr. Regan's Resources Course for Clinicians - Interventions in Autism: Helping Clients Stay Centered, Connect with Others, and Engage in Life Course for Clinicians: ASD Differential Diagnoses and Associated Characteristics Book: Understanding Autism in Adults and Aging Adults, 2nd ed Audiobook Book: Understanding Autistic Behaviors Autism in the Adult website homepage Website Resources for Clinicians Read the Transcript Here: 1 00:00:07,240 --> 00:00:11,610 Hello and welcome back to the podcast Autism in the Adult. 2 00:00:11,620 --> 00:00:12,730 I am your host, 3 00:00:12,730 --> 00:00:14,390 Dr Theresa Regan, 4 00:00:14,400 --> 00:00:16,120 a neuropsychologist, 5 00:00:16,130 --> 00:00:18,470 a certified autism specialist. 6 00:00:18,480 --> 00:00:23,930 The director of an autism diagnostic clinic for adolescents, 7 00:00:23,940 --> 00:00:29,590 adults and aging adults in central Illinois and the mother of a teen on the spectrum. 8 00:00:30,660 --> 00:00:48,140 I'm glad you're joining me today for this episode that I'm going to call autism and "just right." This is actually a great topic that was suggested by a listener from Finland and I hope that I am pronouncing the name correctly. 9 00:00:48,140 --> 00:01:07,680 I think it's Maya ... Maya wrote about questions and struggles within the topic of balance in life when you have that autistic neurology, 10 00:01:07,690 --> 00:01:09,270 Maya wrote this. 11 00:01:09,670 --> 00:01:23,030 I would so much love to hear what you have to say about autistic people and the struggle we have with striking a balance in situations where we have to create an appropriate view on or understanding of things? 12 00:01:23,040 --> 00:01:29,350 I am convinced that this is the major autistic difficulty that I personally struggle with. 13 00:01:30,110 --> 00:01:34,570 It shows up in different forms for me and on many levels. 14 00:01:35,700 --> 00:01:39,890 I could take a few examples so that you understand what I mean? 15 00:01:39,900 --> 00:01:44,520 Because most often this is not linked to intelligence, 16 00:01:44,530 --> 00:01:46,350 for example, 17 00:01:46,350 --> 00:01:47,490 is this person, 18 00:01:47,500 --> 00:01:50,100 a friend who respects me or not, 19 00:01:50,740 --> 00:01:53,230 am I too skinny or even to fat? 20 00:01:53,240 --> 00:01:58,050 Should I contact a doctor because of this thing that I'm feeling right now. 21 00:01:58,570 --> 00:02:01,470 How far should I stand by this person's side? 22 00:02:01,660 --> 00:02:04,500 How much should I help him or her? 23 00:02:05,210 --> 00:02:10,820 Exactly how well should I perform in this university course in order to pass. 24 00:02:11,910 --> 00:02:15,030 I want to thank Maya for writing about that. 25 00:02:15,040 --> 00:02:29,300 Um this is something I've thought about as well and I think it's one of those really great ways to conceptualize autism aside from specific details. 26 00:02:29,310 --> 00:02:34,510 So sometimes to get the most meaning out of what you're feeling, 27 00:02:34,510 --> 00:02:47,890 it can help to step back and say how is it that all these little pieces of the autistic experience hang together in some ways it can feel so granular, 28 00:02:47,900 --> 00:02:51,500 like so many things are impacted. 29 00:02:51,510 --> 00:02:59,120 Why do these things happen at the same time and when we have ways of conceptualizing it? 30 00:02:59,480 --> 00:03:02,450 Um I think it brings meaning. 31 00:03:02,460 --> 00:03:10,290 It helps these little pieces come together as why do I have trouble with these 12 things? 32 00:03:10,300 --> 00:03:11,380 Well, 33 00:03:11,390 --> 00:03:19,090 these 12 things have a thread that go through and when we can step back and see that thread that joins things, 34 00:03:19,100 --> 00:03:23,020 I think it really makes things more meaningful. 35 00:03:23,030 --> 00:03:26,210 Um and so that's what I want to do with this topic. 36 00:03:26,210 --> 00:03:32,870 Today I call this the just right state. 37 00:03:32,880 --> 00:03:35,570 So she was talking about balance. 38 00:03:35,570 --> 00:03:38,230 That's another great way to term it. 39 00:03:38,240 --> 00:03:43,950 Um A lot of times with the neurology that we're talking about, 40 00:03:43,950 --> 00:03:55,770 somebody will have difficulty finding that just right spot of balance where whatever they're attempting is not too much or too little. 41 00:03:56,130 --> 00:04:24,560 And ideally our neurology should help us flow in these areas that we can flow and adjust and we have this innate sense of where we should land to be just right for this context for this person for this topic and we can shift because just right will look different in one setting that it will in another setting or across time. 42 00:04:25,100 --> 00:04:30,320 So there's a lot of innit nous and flow in this ability to find just right. 43 00:04:31,650 --> 00:04:35,920 We've talked about difficulty with regulation in a very broad sense. 44 00:04:35,920 --> 00:04:47,530 We did a series on regulation issues having to do with alertness and attention and emotions and getting to that just rate state in those areas. 45 00:04:47,540 --> 00:04:59,270 But I think what Maya is pointing out is that regulation and balance and just right is a thread that goes through a lot of other areas with autism as well. 46 00:04:59,280 --> 00:05:04,170 So let's take a few areas and see how this just right. 47 00:05:04,400 --> 00:05:08,330 Uh this quest for just right is difficult. 48 00:05:08,950 --> 00:05:10,990 Let's take the social area. 49 00:05:11,590 --> 00:05:19,020 So some things that were struggling with that would capture this difficulty with just right would be, 50 00:05:19,030 --> 00:05:22,400 how much should I be speaking right now to this person? 51 00:05:22,410 --> 00:05:24,690 How much detail should I be giving? 52 00:05:24,700 --> 00:05:27,830 How much personal information should I share? 53 00:05:27,840 --> 00:05:34,660 What is the just right intensity and level of excitement for this context or person? 54 00:05:35,020 --> 00:05:41,240 What is just right as I'm interacting with a boss versus an acquaintance? 55 00:05:41,250 --> 00:05:43,090 How much eye contact? 56 00:05:43,100 --> 00:05:44,700 Too much or too little? 57 00:05:44,710 --> 00:05:55,420 How much emotional expression should I be using without looking false or like I'm putting on a show or that I don't care at all. 58 00:05:56,380 --> 00:05:57,410 For example, 59 00:05:57,420 --> 00:06:01,380 opening gifts without looking just flat or board, 60 00:06:01,390 --> 00:06:07,660 but without looking like an actor that's pretending to be happy with a gift. 61 00:06:08,690 --> 00:06:11,720 How much should I give this person? 62 00:06:12,830 --> 00:06:15,130 How long should I stand by them? 63 00:06:15,140 --> 00:06:17,200 How much money should I loan them? 64 00:06:17,210 --> 00:06:20,490 How many times should I give them a ride or a lift? 65 00:06:20,500 --> 00:06:24,040 How much leeway should I give in a relationship? 66 00:06:24,050 --> 00:06:25,270 For example, 67 00:06:25,280 --> 00:06:31,540 I know people are complex and I can be friends with people who do things that I don't agree with. 68 00:06:31,550 --> 00:06:34,120 But at what point do I say? 69 00:06:34,120 --> 00:06:34,420 Yeah, 70 00:06:34,420 --> 00:06:37,970 this is really not a healthy relationship for me. 71 00:06:37,970 --> 00:06:40,130 I need to end this relationship. 72 00:06:41,290 --> 00:06:44,200 How close should I make this relationship? 73 00:06:44,210 --> 00:06:52,470 And how soon what is the just right closeness and the timing of a relationship? 74 00:06:52,480 --> 00:07:03,690 So some people on the spectrum struggle because they really want some definition to the relationship quickly because this in between state, 75 00:07:03,690 --> 00:07:06,770 this undefined state feels really uncomfortable. 76 00:07:07,600 --> 00:07:08,600 So they might say, 77 00:07:08,600 --> 00:07:20,770 well let's just get married right away because we know we're right for each other and in essence defining and structuring the relationship feels better than this. 78 00:07:20,770 --> 00:07:21,300 Huh? 79 00:07:21,310 --> 00:07:23,600 I don't know what's gonna happen with this relationship. 80 00:07:23,610 --> 00:07:27,070 It feels safer and more defined and more predictable. 81 00:07:28,080 --> 00:07:36,130 Others will break up a relationship because they don't want to be in that undefined spot that in between place. 82 00:07:36,140 --> 00:07:42,420 Um So how much is just right as far as closeness in a relationship. 83 00:07:43,810 --> 00:07:52,850 What is the just right number of times to text or phone someone if they don't call you back or to extend an invitation to someone. 84 00:07:52,860 --> 00:07:58,530 Now sometimes there are rules of thumb for something like that. 85 00:07:58,540 --> 00:08:06,670 There's a nice book that I like called the Science of Making Friends that I'll link in the show notes that talks about, 86 00:08:06,680 --> 00:08:06,970 you know, 87 00:08:06,970 --> 00:08:14,120 you don't text or call again once you've done so twice without a return text or call. 88 00:08:17,250 --> 00:08:28,880 I once worked with a couple and we were trying to really increase his ability to bring some nurturance and emotional content to the relationship. 89 00:08:28,890 --> 00:08:38,330 And I worked with him on being aware that one way to show his wife love is to compliment her. 90 00:08:38,340 --> 00:08:40,960 So we kind of worked on that as a goal, 91 00:08:40,960 --> 00:08:41,780 practiced it, 92 00:08:41,780 --> 00:08:45,090 role played it and he put it into action. 93 00:08:45,820 --> 00:08:48,310 The problem was then his wife said, 94 00:08:48,310 --> 00:08:50,820 well now he's complimenting me too much. 95 00:08:53,000 --> 00:08:54,570 It is the difficulty, 96 00:08:54,570 --> 00:08:55,820 isn't it? 97 00:08:55,870 --> 00:08:58,880 Like I can learn a strategy, 98 00:08:58,890 --> 00:09:02,390 I can apply new knowledge, 99 00:09:03,300 --> 00:09:08,690 but the getting the just right amount, 100 00:09:08,690 --> 00:09:09,880 the just right moment, 101 00:09:09,880 --> 00:09:11,970 the just right compliment boy. 102 00:09:11,970 --> 00:09:13,510 That's really difficult. 103 00:09:13,520 --> 00:09:15,260 It's difficult for anyone. 104 00:09:15,270 --> 00:09:16,010 Uh, 105 00:09:16,010 --> 00:09:18,580 and even more so on the spectrum, 106 00:09:20,830 --> 00:09:24,280 let's look at finances for that just right state. 107 00:09:25,130 --> 00:09:39,340 It seems common for individuals on the spectrum to either lean toward spending too much perhaps on their special interests or other things that cut their eye or to spend too little. 108 00:09:40,490 --> 00:09:41,090 Um, 109 00:09:41,100 --> 00:09:56,050 there are people that have lots of money in a savings account or other type of account but they don't want to withdraw anything to fix the roof or to buy an updated phone. 110 00:09:57,660 --> 00:10:01,970 What is the amount of spending that is just right. 111 00:10:02,830 --> 00:10:12,100 There are guides for budgeting but it can still feel really elusive to get just right in specific personal situations. 112 00:10:12,110 --> 00:10:13,490 So yeah, 113 00:10:13,490 --> 00:10:14,840 this is the principle, 114 00:10:14,840 --> 00:10:16,080 this is the guideline, 115 00:10:16,080 --> 00:10:17,750 this is the percentage, 116 00:10:17,760 --> 00:10:25,380 but it is hard to have to look that framework up and not have a sense, 117 00:10:25,380 --> 00:10:29,070 an innate sense like yeah, 118 00:10:29,070 --> 00:10:33,180 I really need to get this roof repaired some will say, 119 00:10:33,190 --> 00:10:33,730 yeah, 120 00:10:33,730 --> 00:10:35,960 I know that I can ask for advice, 121 00:10:35,960 --> 00:10:41,950 I know that I can use this budget but I wish I had this innate sense of yeah, 122 00:10:41,950 --> 00:10:46,440 I really need to update this in my home or boy, 123 00:10:46,440 --> 00:10:51,570 I've spent too much on this area and not enough on this other area. 124 00:10:53,460 --> 00:10:54,240 They'll say, 125 00:10:54,240 --> 00:10:54,540 you know, 126 00:10:54,540 --> 00:11:02,840 it's difficult to have a feel for it instead of having to stick to some type of formula and maybe feeling like, 127 00:11:02,850 --> 00:11:09,360 well what would that rule of thumb look like in this situation and how would it apply to this other case. 128 00:11:11,270 --> 00:11:16,490 Let's look at just right as it relates to task completion on the spectrum. 129 00:11:17,020 --> 00:11:22,400 What is the just right amount of completion for some people on the spectrum, 130 00:11:22,410 --> 00:11:30,960 completion is very important but when is something complete and what is the just right amount of accuracy and detail? 131 00:11:30,970 --> 00:11:44,080 Some may feel like I need to finish one task before I start another task or I can't go to bed until I read all of these pages assigned from the class of the previous day. 132 00:11:45,060 --> 00:11:49,120 What is the right amount of detail? 133 00:11:49,130 --> 00:11:51,290 What is the right amount of speed? 134 00:11:53,480 --> 00:11:57,100 Have I done enough that this assignment is complete, 135 00:11:57,140 --> 00:12:03,440 especially when we get to adulthood tasks don't have a clear cut off. 136 00:12:04,510 --> 00:12:16,370 It's not like there are five math problems and we finish each one and we know the task is complete and maybe that we have a research paper or we have a software project. 137 00:12:16,380 --> 00:12:16,830 Well, 138 00:12:16,840 --> 00:12:18,040 when is it complete? 139 00:12:18,040 --> 00:12:19,620 When is it good enough? 140 00:12:23,130 --> 00:12:25,020 That difficulty knowing? 141 00:12:25,020 --> 00:12:25,480 Hey, 142 00:12:25,480 --> 00:12:29,120 I haven't attended a task B at all, 143 00:12:29,120 --> 00:12:33,420 but I've overworked on task A and how do I balance that? 144 00:12:33,420 --> 00:12:35,030 When do I know that? 145 00:12:35,030 --> 00:12:36,560 That's the difficulty. 146 00:12:38,750 --> 00:12:50,450 One person I worked with said I've always had the strong feeling that a newspaper needs to be read completely from cover to cover from every page that there, 147 00:12:50,460 --> 00:12:53,030 there is a completion that's important. 148 00:12:53,840 --> 00:12:56,700 You can't just read an article here and there. 149 00:12:56,750 --> 00:12:58,630 That's just not right. 150 00:12:59,420 --> 00:13:06,680 Another person may feel I have to finish this test completely before I start this other project. 151 00:13:07,650 --> 00:13:18,980 Even though the first task was something a coworker asked me about and this next one I have to complete is something my boss asked me to work on. 152 00:13:22,510 --> 00:13:32,520 It's difficult sometimes for the individual with that autistic neurology to understand that all details do not have the same importance. 153 00:13:33,110 --> 00:13:38,970 Um There are people um on the spectrum who feel like, 154 00:13:38,980 --> 00:13:48,350 well every detail is going to be important so it has to be included and the neurology there just isn't helping the person know like Yeah, 155 00:13:48,350 --> 00:13:54,010 but in this instance this part is not as important as this part, 156 00:13:56,290 --> 00:14:06,880 it can be really hard to get the neurology to shift uh to adjust if a task needs to be done quickly but does not need to be as accurate. 157 00:14:07,390 --> 00:14:12,510 So meeting deadlines might really be difficult if your boss says to you, 158 00:14:12,510 --> 00:14:15,910 hey this project needs to be done quickly. 159 00:14:15,920 --> 00:14:21,720 It doesn't really need to be detailed but I have to have it ready for a meeting tomorrow at noon. 160 00:14:21,730 --> 00:14:24,990 I just want to give a broad overview. 161 00:14:25,000 --> 00:14:29,830 Details are not important that can feel actually very stressful. 162 00:14:29,840 --> 00:14:32,990 Well what does a broad overview look like? 163 00:14:33,000 --> 00:14:34,600 And will, 164 00:14:34,610 --> 00:14:41,230 will I feel okay stopping when there are other details available. 165 00:14:43,910 --> 00:14:49,200 This is also related to the topic that maya brought up about working on a course, 166 00:14:49,210 --> 00:14:50,780 a university class. 167 00:14:50,790 --> 00:14:57,460 How much work do I need to do in order to do a good job? 168 00:14:57,470 --> 00:15:00,290 What if I could have done more? 169 00:15:00,300 --> 00:15:01,820 Could have done better. 170 00:15:03,090 --> 00:15:06,500 How many a's do I need to get to be a good student? 171 00:15:06,500 --> 00:15:11,730 How can I hit the mark of balance with accuracy and speed? 172 00:15:12,910 --> 00:15:14,800 How can I balance that? 173 00:15:14,800 --> 00:15:18,460 Everything doesn't have the same importance at the same time, 174 00:15:20,530 --> 00:15:26,400 something may be able to go undone while something else cannot wait another minute. 175 00:15:26,400 --> 00:15:27,490 So triaging, 176 00:15:27,490 --> 00:15:32,400 how do I triage quickly based on importance? 177 00:15:33,210 --> 00:15:36,360 How thorough do I need to be on this project? 178 00:15:36,870 --> 00:15:41,420 If the professor said I need to cite 10 sources, 179 00:15:42,200 --> 00:15:44,070 Can my brain let go? 180 00:15:44,070 --> 00:15:52,440 The other 25 sources I might be able to get and how can I just innately have a feel for? 181 00:15:52,450 --> 00:15:53,360 Okay, 182 00:15:53,370 --> 00:15:54,250 this is done, 183 00:15:54,260 --> 00:15:58,120 this is this project is finished and it's good to go. 184 00:15:59,020 --> 00:16:11,500 Maya also noted in her email that sometimes the approach to dealing with this difficulty is to get input from others about what might be just right in a situation, 185 00:16:12,310 --> 00:16:15,570 but that approach doesn't always feel practical. 186 00:16:15,580 --> 00:16:23,180 Like who could I ask or there's a deadline and people aren't around this just isn't practical. 187 00:16:23,190 --> 00:16:25,520 It also takes a lot of energy. 188 00:16:25,530 --> 00:16:32,760 And do I always bother the same person or how many times do I ask for input and who do I ask? 189 00:16:34,050 --> 00:16:35,610 So first of all, 190 00:16:35,620 --> 00:16:40,850 let's talk about that difficulty finding the just right state. 191 00:16:41,510 --> 00:16:46,470 So this could be within alertness and behavioral activation, 192 00:16:46,480 --> 00:16:49,310 it can be within attention. 193 00:16:49,320 --> 00:16:52,790 Like what is the just right amount of attention. 194 00:16:52,800 --> 00:16:56,210 It's somewhere between distractible and hyper focus. 195 00:16:56,220 --> 00:17:08,840 What is the just right space for our emotions while it's to be psychologically present and um clearheaded and calm. 196 00:17:09,520 --> 00:17:12,010 What is just right for test completion, 197 00:17:12,010 --> 00:17:15,280 finances working out nutrition, 198 00:17:15,280 --> 00:17:17,130 dieting all of these things. 199 00:17:18,280 --> 00:17:26,470 Let me give you an example for my own life that has to do with another physical just rate dilemma. 200 00:17:27,400 --> 00:17:35,250 So one of the things that I think about that I think also highlights this is that personally, 201 00:17:35,260 --> 00:17:42,950 it's kind of a joke in my family that I have really bad depth perception and again, 202 00:17:42,950 --> 00:17:51,470 it's kind of a joke because at some point you just have to laugh and luckily I always think I have less room. 203 00:17:51,480 --> 00:17:55,770 So it's not that I go around hitting things with the car, 204 00:17:56,070 --> 00:17:57,870 but you know, 205 00:17:57,880 --> 00:18:01,350 there's lots of room left and it does get kind of funny, 206 00:18:02,960 --> 00:18:12,470 I wish so in the back of my mind that I could learn to compensate for that because I do get tired of laughing at myself and having to be a good sport about this, 207 00:18:12,490 --> 00:18:18,620 just silly thing that I've parked so far away from where I could have parked, 208 00:18:20,790 --> 00:18:29,250 I realized that I always leave two ft from where I could have pulled up. 209 00:18:29,780 --> 00:18:37,640 So there's this remarkable consistency for me in that area that I can't tell what's just right, 210 00:18:37,650 --> 00:18:42,600 but somehow I'm always two ft from where I probably should be. 211 00:18:42,600 --> 00:18:43,650 So I thought, 212 00:18:43,660 --> 00:18:45,100 okay, 213 00:18:45,110 --> 00:18:57,570 well I will compensate for this difficulty with just right by going an extra two ft because I actually think I can Gauge what two ft would be. 214 00:18:59,020 --> 00:19:06,830 So I started to do that and lo and behold I that just does not work. 215 00:19:06,840 --> 00:19:16,110 I cannot compensate to get to intellectually get to the where the just right status. 216 00:19:16,120 --> 00:19:31,770 So as you can imagine I'm either to end up touching the wall or the um edge of the parking space with my car or I end up still being well below where I could be. 217 00:19:33,350 --> 00:19:48,420 So for me that's just another example that if my eyes in my brain are not able to show me the just rate state, 218 00:19:50,120 --> 00:19:54,700 there's not much I can do about that unfortunately. 219 00:19:55,990 --> 00:20:02,700 Um And even though I intellectually think of a strategy to compensate, 220 00:20:02,710 --> 00:20:06,940 it still doesn't mean that I can hit the just right spot. 221 00:20:06,950 --> 00:20:08,680 Well I should do this more, 222 00:20:08,680 --> 00:20:10,140 I should do this less. 223 00:20:10,150 --> 00:20:29,430 Um So I actually believe and in my experience with clients I think that ability that flow for that feel for the just rate state is something that is very difficult to compensate for. 224 00:20:29,440 --> 00:20:33,770 And I'm not sure that there are great ways to do that. 225 00:20:34,900 --> 00:20:46,350 I think what we typically do is we suggest intellectual compensations kind of like what I tried to do for my uh driving and parking. 226 00:20:46,360 --> 00:21:15,230 Um And I think those things are helpful in some ways but there's still this gap between where we would want to be as far as having a flow and an efficiency a feel for that would be so great rather than having to try to gauge to hit that spot a little bit better. 227 00:21:17,430 --> 00:21:23,400 Some of the compensations that are helpful would be, 228 00:21:23,410 --> 00:21:24,330 um, 229 00:21:24,340 --> 00:21:28,280 I think having the self awareness is helpful. 230 00:21:28,290 --> 00:21:29,750 So for example, 231 00:21:29,760 --> 00:21:33,660 I know that I have this difficulty, 232 00:21:33,660 --> 00:21:36,480 so if I have a passenger in the car and they're like, 233 00:21:36,480 --> 00:21:37,040 you know, 234 00:21:37,050 --> 00:21:42,450 you can pull up some more because I have that self awareness. 235 00:21:42,460 --> 00:21:45,850 I have a place for that to integrate that comment. 236 00:21:45,850 --> 00:21:47,070 And I can say, 237 00:21:47,800 --> 00:21:49,080 oh yeah, 238 00:21:49,080 --> 00:21:50,320 I probably can, 239 00:21:50,330 --> 00:21:51,520 I can't really tell you, 240 00:21:51,520 --> 00:21:52,840 tell me when to stop. 241 00:21:53,470 --> 00:21:54,000 Um, 242 00:21:54,010 --> 00:21:57,510 so I'm able to say yes to that comment. 243 00:21:57,520 --> 00:21:58,060 Like, 244 00:21:58,070 --> 00:21:58,480 oh yeah, 245 00:21:58,480 --> 00:21:59,640 I have a place for that. 246 00:21:59,640 --> 00:22:00,680 That makes sense. 247 00:22:00,690 --> 00:22:01,900 I have that awareness. 248 00:22:01,900 --> 00:22:05,930 I have that understanding of myself and I can't compensate myself. 249 00:22:05,940 --> 00:22:09,010 But if you're here and you're willing to help, 250 00:22:09,010 --> 00:22:09,940 let's do that. 251 00:22:11,310 --> 00:22:14,460 So having a place to put comments like, 252 00:22:14,470 --> 00:22:15,650 um, 253 00:22:15,660 --> 00:22:16,350 you know, 254 00:22:16,350 --> 00:22:25,390 you don't have to call me so many times or um I really don't think that person is mad at you. 255 00:22:25,400 --> 00:22:25,840 You know, 256 00:22:25,840 --> 00:22:27,590 when we get feedback like that, 257 00:22:27,590 --> 00:22:30,950 it it does help us to have a place where we say, 258 00:22:30,960 --> 00:22:31,650 oh, 259 00:22:32,250 --> 00:22:33,400 I didn't realize that, 260 00:22:33,400 --> 00:22:39,570 but I do know I can make errors in that in that area sometimes. 261 00:22:40,420 --> 00:22:41,170 Um, 262 00:22:41,810 --> 00:22:47,440 I also think that the awareness can be about what we lean toward. 263 00:22:47,450 --> 00:22:50,780 So if we have trouble finding the just right spot, 264 00:22:50,780 --> 00:23:03,780 sometimes we lean toward going toward too much or too little and in my case I lean toward uh leaving too much room or thinking I don't have enough room. 265 00:23:03,780 --> 00:23:05,790 So I lean in the same direction. 266 00:23:07,100 --> 00:23:07,800 Um, 267 00:23:07,810 --> 00:23:17,440 in the case of autism and the categories that we've talked about sometimes that's true for individuals in those categories as well. 268 00:23:17,450 --> 00:23:28,640 So I have clients that always lean toward thinking that they haven't done enough or they always lean toward thinking, 269 00:23:28,900 --> 00:23:29,500 um, 270 00:23:29,510 --> 00:23:36,160 someone's mad at them or thinking that they shouldn't spend money on something. 271 00:23:36,170 --> 00:23:40,680 So they have a way that they lean so they can say to themselves, 272 00:23:40,690 --> 00:23:46,090 I realize about myself that when I am off of just right, 273 00:23:46,090 --> 00:23:48,780 I'm usually in this direction in this category. 274 00:23:50,230 --> 00:23:51,840 That's also helpful. 275 00:23:51,850 --> 00:23:52,600 Um, 276 00:23:52,610 --> 00:23:54,780 because I do think again, 277 00:23:54,780 --> 00:23:56,510 it gives us a place to put things. 278 00:23:56,510 --> 00:24:06,800 So let's say that someone is working on a university project and there's nobody there to guide them through and they're thinking, 279 00:24:08,050 --> 00:24:14,600 I've checked all these specific boxes that the professor asked for, 280 00:24:14,610 --> 00:24:17,390 but I just have this feeling that I should do more. 281 00:24:17,390 --> 00:24:19,290 I know I could do more, 282 00:24:19,300 --> 00:24:21,910 at least they're able to say to themselves, 283 00:24:21,910 --> 00:24:22,590 you know, 284 00:24:22,600 --> 00:24:26,720 when I'm uncertain about whether I've done enough, 285 00:24:26,720 --> 00:24:29,410 usually I've already done too much. 286 00:24:29,420 --> 00:24:30,060 Um, 287 00:24:30,060 --> 00:24:34,730 so that can be a guide for them of sorts where they could say, 288 00:24:34,730 --> 00:24:35,150 okay, 289 00:24:35,150 --> 00:24:36,170 I'm gonna, 290 00:24:36,180 --> 00:24:38,730 I'm gonna complete this task, 291 00:24:38,730 --> 00:24:42,370 I'm gonna call it completed because um, 292 00:24:43,210 --> 00:24:47,890 I know I lean in that direction and I feel like I've ticked the basic boxes. 293 00:24:52,170 --> 00:24:58,140 Another thing that can be helpful then is to have some way to communicate. 294 00:24:58,150 --> 00:25:06,210 Maybe some uh sentences or phrases or ways of putting things that you've practiced ahead of time, 295 00:25:06,890 --> 00:25:13,520 that communicate to others about your difficulty finding just right in a specific area. 296 00:25:15,040 --> 00:25:17,880 So let's take some examples. 297 00:25:17,890 --> 00:25:26,920 And this could be communication beforehand or uh in the midst or after something has happened, 298 00:25:27,960 --> 00:25:29,720 an example would be, 299 00:25:29,730 --> 00:25:42,750 let's say someone is starting a new romantic relationship and they have the self awareness that sometimes when they come home from work, 300 00:25:42,750 --> 00:25:48,130 they are really shut down psychologically and they're in their own head, 301 00:25:48,140 --> 00:25:48,780 you know, 302 00:25:48,780 --> 00:25:53,590 that they don't talk a lot to their partners, 303 00:25:53,590 --> 00:25:59,110 they don't interact much and sometimes partners need something that they aren't, 304 00:25:59,120 --> 00:26:00,180 aren't giving. 305 00:26:00,190 --> 00:26:02,410 So with that awareness, 306 00:26:02,420 --> 00:26:06,300 they could say to the partner ahead of time, 307 00:26:06,930 --> 00:26:07,640 hey, 308 00:26:07,640 --> 00:26:17,420 I'm I've been learning about myself uh and one of the things I've learned is that I guess I tend to be shut down after work when I come home. 309 00:26:17,430 --> 00:26:20,940 So if you need help with something, 310 00:26:20,950 --> 00:26:23,620 if you um you know, 311 00:26:23,620 --> 00:26:27,580 want to tell me a specific story or something that's happened, 312 00:26:27,580 --> 00:26:39,820 you might really just have to um have me look you in the eye and tell me exactly what you need because I might not read the situation very well on my own. 313 00:26:40,550 --> 00:26:43,360 So that would be a case where, 314 00:26:43,370 --> 00:26:44,020 you know, 315 00:26:44,020 --> 00:26:45,950 you have difficulty finding just right, 316 00:26:45,950 --> 00:26:49,600 you're not going to be able to compensate after work, 317 00:26:49,600 --> 00:26:52,210 you're already kind of offline, 318 00:26:52,220 --> 00:27:02,410 but you could explain a bit of the context even though you can't compensate yourself or shift that you could give some context. 319 00:27:03,990 --> 00:27:08,890 I think the value of that is not only giving the person that information, 320 00:27:08,890 --> 00:27:15,040 but I think telling people that you're trying to learn more about yourself, 321 00:27:15,050 --> 00:27:19,350 I think is just a really good thing to communicate. 322 00:27:19,360 --> 00:27:32,340 People value that we all know we're imperfect humans and we're learning about ourselves and we're growing and that we're open to feedback. 323 00:27:32,350 --> 00:27:33,350 So, 324 00:27:33,360 --> 00:27:33,830 you know, 325 00:27:33,830 --> 00:27:36,280 if feel free to give me feedback, 326 00:27:36,280 --> 00:27:49,630 if I'm if I'm offline and and I can try to adjust an example of communicating after the fact or maybe in the midst of a fact. 327 00:27:49,640 --> 00:27:52,540 So let's take a different example. 328 00:27:52,540 --> 00:28:06,350 We're going to take the example of being at work and there is a project that you've been put in charge of and you miss the deadline and your boss is gonna do coaching with you about that. 329 00:28:07,400 --> 00:28:15,290 Um So you get feedback from your boss who is frustrated that the deadline was missed. 330 00:28:15,860 --> 00:28:16,890 That you know, 331 00:28:16,890 --> 00:28:25,660 he he really needs to be able to count on someone that can meet deadlines because these are very important to the bottom line of their department. 332 00:28:25,670 --> 00:28:30,540 And if you can't be a team player and get those deadlines done, 333 00:28:30,540 --> 00:28:34,670 then the whole team suffers again. 334 00:28:34,670 --> 00:28:39,980 This would be an opportunity for you to say in your head, 335 00:28:39,990 --> 00:28:40,380 you know, 336 00:28:40,380 --> 00:28:43,970 to think uh here here, 337 00:28:43,970 --> 00:28:44,860 this comes up. 338 00:28:44,860 --> 00:28:53,530 I know that I do tend to focus on accuracy more than speed and I didn't realize it, 339 00:28:53,530 --> 00:28:58,300 but uh that's come into play here and so out loud to your boss, 340 00:28:58,310 --> 00:29:01,140 you could say a similar thing, 341 00:29:01,140 --> 00:29:02,330 you could say, 342 00:29:03,230 --> 00:29:04,700 you know, 343 00:29:04,710 --> 00:29:07,410 I'm really sorry that that happened, 344 00:29:07,420 --> 00:29:31,260 I've been learning about myself that I really do tend toward getting into the detail and sometimes I sacrifice speed without really meaning to and what I realize helps me is and then you can give a specific thing that you would like. 345 00:29:31,270 --> 00:29:36,870 Um so one of the things an employee might ask for would be, 346 00:29:36,880 --> 00:29:55,720 it would help me if I could set uh deadlines for parts of the project rather than the completion so that I really stay on pace and what I'd like to do for this next project you've given me is break it into six parts and I'm going to, 347 00:29:55,730 --> 00:29:56,390 you know, 348 00:29:56,390 --> 00:30:04,290 give you dates for my deadlines for each of these parts and you can tell me if the deadlines need to be adjusted. 349 00:30:04,800 --> 00:30:11,090 Um so what you're doing is saying I have this self awareness and I'm growing in this area, 350 00:30:11,630 --> 00:30:19,600 you're showing that you're open to feedback and then you're also showing that you're going to try a new strategy. 351 00:30:20,650 --> 00:30:31,310 So sometimes there can be ways of trying to um navigate this difficulty with just right, 352 00:30:31,320 --> 00:30:38,760 we talked before about how another navigation tool might might be rules of thumb or general principles. 353 00:30:38,760 --> 00:30:40,900 So here's my budget, 354 00:30:40,900 --> 00:30:50,230 this is what I'm supposed to spend or not spend or um rules of thumb for completing a university course. 355 00:30:51,540 --> 00:31:10,790 But I think the truth of that struggle of not having that innate feel for just right really is something core in the autism neurology that I haven't found um a way to shift. 356 00:31:10,790 --> 00:31:20,690 I think that's really a core neurologic piece that I'm either too much or too little and if I hit just right, 357 00:31:20,700 --> 00:31:21,590 that's great. 358 00:31:21,590 --> 00:31:23,760 But I have such a hard time staying there. 359 00:31:25,490 --> 00:31:39,900 I want to thank my again for that insight and um I think even when there aren't answers to correct a challenge or to kind of make it easier over time, 360 00:31:39,910 --> 00:31:46,180 I think that awareness that conceptualization that oh why do I do this? 361 00:31:46,180 --> 00:31:48,650 Why am I really good at detail? 362 00:31:48,650 --> 00:31:50,590 But I really struggle with deadlines. 363 00:31:50,600 --> 00:31:54,390 Well this all hangs together neurologically, 364 00:31:54,390 --> 00:32:05,120 it's part of that difficulty finding just right and I do think that that conceptualization that self awareness is important in and of itself. 365 00:32:05,130 --> 00:32:10,960 Um and I do think the understanding that that crosses over categories, 366 00:32:10,970 --> 00:32:21,170 social and task completion and sleep and attention and all of these other things that are really difficult to balance. 367 00:32:22,410 --> 00:32:26,960 Thank you Maya and I hope you all join me for our next episode
These 3 metrics can help assess how Amazon's helping your business. These are your product's Lifetime Value (LTV), keywords ranking, and profitability after factoring in all costs.Read the full post here.5 Amazon ad lessons. 2 minutes read. 1 weekly email.https://georges.blog/subscribeFind every wrong with your Amazon ads in under 72 hours.https://georges.blog/audit
Is sex really a good indicator of how good (or bad) your marriage is? In this episode Nick and Amy talk about this and also share the poll answers we received from our audience to find out how others view this as well. We believe sexual intimacy and overall satisfaction in marriage do go hand in hand. Couples that have good sexual intimacy where both spouses are satisfied have good marriages. Couples that have infrequent sexual intimacy are much more likely to feel disconnected and possibly end up in divorce.There is a reason that the at the top cause of divorce is due to sexual intimacy issues (or lack of it) in the relationship.Want to get back the sexual intimacy and connection in your marriage? Want to learn how to communicate about sex? Then check out the Intimacy and Adventure Retreat April 14-16th in St George Utah HEREIf you haven't already, go check out the Ultimate Intimacy App in the app stores, or at ultimateintimacy.com to find "Ultimate Intimacy" in your marriage. It's FREE to download and so much fun!WANT AMAZING PRODUCTS TO SPICE THINGS UP? YES PLEASE... CLICK HEREEnter promo code UIAPP for 10% off your purchase (and free shipping in the US)The Ultimate Intimacy Sexual Intimacy Marriage Course can be found HEREFollow us on Instagram @ultimateintimacyapp for app updates, polls, giveaways, daily marriage quotes and more.If you have any feedback, comments or topics you would like to hear on future episodes, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know! We greatly appreciate your feedback and please leave us a review!
GEORGE LYNCH HUNTING Podcast Show
GEORGE LYNCH HUNTING Podcast ShowSHOW NOTESEpisode Title: GEORGE LYNCH is interviewed! WATERFOWL HUNTING, the 20 GAUGE, CALLS USED & CALLING CLINIC announcement Today's Guests: GEORGE LYNCHProfession: HUNTER, GAME CALL DESIGNER, TUNER, CALLING CONTEST JUDGE, SPEAKER, PODCAST HOSTProduct Featured: AXE (cut-down), NOSE DIVE (double reed duck call) and OLD MAN, EXIT, RIP 'R (CANADA Goose Calls)Connect with: Host, GEORGE LYNCH & LEGENDARY GEAREmail for Legendary Gear - InfoLegendaryGear@gmail.comEmail for GEORGE - GeoDLynch@gmail.comInstagram - @LegendaryGearUSAFacebook - LegendaryGearUSAYouTube - Legendary Gear with George LynchPodcast - https://legendarygearusa.com/george-lynch-hunting-podcast/Website - https://legendarygearusa.com/George Lynch - 603 558 0359In This Week's Episode, 0:32 - Waterfowl season 2022 is reviewed with detail1:38 - Affect of the drought on hunting4:27 - Strategy change for hunting traffic geese & set up in corn fields with half cut and half mowed corn 9:28 - Shooting feedback on the Retay 20 gauge shotgun12:56 - More decoy strategy14:38 - Duck calls used for hunting and why? 21:30 - How to EMPLOY BOTH CUT-DOWN with traditional J-FRAME duck calls when hunting with buddies 23:00 - Goose calls used for hunting and why?25:45 - How the Game Changer broken in guts IMPROVE DEEPER GOOSE sounds with more SPEED26:25 - Difference in guts between last year's SUPER semi broken in guts and this year's GAME CHANGER broken in guts27:25 - CUSTOM TUNING of light, medium and heavy to optimize customer's calling style performance29:52 - Difference in results of a medium-tuned versus a heavy-tuned goose call30:55 - George recounts his call designing start with, LMC, Lynch Mob Calls. 33:20 - How does LMC calls compare to Legendary Gear calls 35:17 - Listeners feedback requested! For 2023, we are considering a CALLING CLINIC, but the how and when is up for our listeners input and feedback. Please sign up for email news at LegendaryGearUSA.com to get more information on the upcoming Calling Clinic. We will be soliciting your ideas! Hunt safe, hunt smart and may the good Lord by your guide! - George Lynch
Even though employee engagement is all the rage right now, according to Gallup, only 33% of employees feel engaged at work. In this episode, David Watson, Product Marketing Manager at Zenefits, shares why engagement is so important to a company's success and how to survey your employees to gauge where they're at. Additional Resources: Order your copy of our book People Operations: Zenefits.com/pops-book Submit your People Ops questions: https://www.zenefits.com/workest/ask-a-question/ On this episode, you'll hear: [00:25] The benefits of an engaged team [01:30] Addressing the need to create happier, more engaged employees [2:40] Customizing your surveys
Flight Training The Way I See It
With the holiday season upon us, great conversation and opinion are always a must. All you have to do is bring up Round Guage and Glass Cockpits airplanes. Together we shed light on which should be used for primary flight training and where the industry as a whole is leaning. Then we speak on the quiet release of the new FAA handbook and how it will impact training. It combines the previous Aviation Weather and Aviation Weather Services ACs into a new handbook. To then close out the show, we then transition into December's Three Pro Tips. Want to learn more? You may always visit our website at www.cfibootcamp.com
This week we talk about working for celebrities and the entitlement some bring with them, whats making Sons wit rich Fathers grow up to be at odds wit them, Can prison save your son?, Glorilla's Tweets leading the culture and much more
Join the Three of Seven Project team as they discuss hunting, lifestyle and faith with Gauge and Bryson Grizzle. Gauge IG @grizzle31 Bryson IG @thehippiemissionary https://www.cogwm.org/shop/grizzle/ Thank you for supporting Three of Seven Podcast on Patreon at: www.patreon.com/threeofseven Click here to check out NUFF SAID RUNNING Apply for The Proving Ground 6 Troop at: https://3of7project.com/the-proving-ground/ Three of Seven Project Store https://3of7project.com/store/ Apply for The Basic Course at: https://3of7project.com/the-basic-course/ Check out the Three of Seven Project Youtube channel at: Three of Seven Project Youtube DRINK HOIST https://drinkhoist.com HOIST® is unlike other hydration drinks because of the way it works in your body. HOIST's specially-formulated blend of carbohydrates, electrolytes, and fluids closely match your body's natural osmolality, which means HOIST can absorb rapidly without the need for digestion. Not only does HOIST replenish your body immediately, it is clinically proven to keep you hydrated longer than water. Pro Code for 10% off your order: 3of7project Nuff Said
Blunt Force Discussion w/ Anthony Russo
This week's guest on Blunt Force Discussion is our last “in studio” show of the first season! I actually went on the road, and played an away game at Chance Conrado's studio where he shoots “The Gauge.” We started talking about surface topics like dating a barrel racer, and how I'm insane for it… or brave. Then we got into some really deep conversations about life, business and all the BS going on in this world. Chance has some really intelligent and firm political opinions which he shares during this episode. He doesn't always get to go full tilt on his beliefs during his podcast, but we sure hammed the crap out of them in this episode. His podcast, “The Gauge,” is one of the top western podcasts in the country, if not the top. He's a brilliant guy with experience in the horse industry top to bottom.We talked about that “western world,” and how a city boy like me can fall in love with that way of life. We talked about Texas politics as well as his interview with Col. Allen West. We touched on life lessons from his recent interview with Tim Kennedy. For those interested in what happened to his sister this rodeo season, it's a better explanation of the insanity that Ivy Saebens had to go through with her insane stalker. Look, it's a long episode, maybe not for everyone but if you want some entertainment, humor and an inside look on the psyche of two men having a normal conversation, this is your show. We left very view stones unturned. Some thoughts during the show…What is it like to be with a barrel racer?What is it like to be a cowboy?What can you learn from having your own podcast?Lessons learned in business. Thanks to the partners!Partnership with Ardis Labs… https://thedrardisshow.com/ Use: BFD at checkout for 10% off.To learn more if you qualify for up to 26k per employee in your business please click here:https://bit.ly/ERCBTC - This will help you apply Employee Retention Credits… COSTS COMPANIES NOTHING! Protocol Video with Dr. Ardis: https://rumble.com/v1m0yge-ardis-protocols-and-products.htmlPartnership with MONAT : For more information on their product line or becoming a market partner go to : BluntForce.mymonat.comand of course for My Patriot Supply go to PreparewithBTC.comPlease support this show as a patreon at patreon.com/bluntforcediscussionAny questions about the show, wanting to discuss being a guest or our partnerships, becoming a Monat VIP partner or more, please feel free to reach out to email@example.comIf you'd like to become a member of Great American Syndicate go to GreatAmericanSyndicate.com (you won't be disappointed)
Six-time Futurity champion and veteran barrel horse trainer Bo Hill joins the podcast to discuss how she found herself in horse training along with the changes within the industry since she started.The Gauge Podcast• • •Subscribe for new podcast episodes EVERY ThursdayTheGaugePodcast.com• • •You can also listen to the podcast on these platforms:Apple: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-gauge/id1513502916Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/6xdwsxTMcUe6dPqTpedsFE?si=321sW2XUSrGtI58LOq2LvgStitcher: stitcher.com/podcast/the-gaugePodbean: thegauge.podbean.com/• • • Follow The Gauge on social media as well:Instagram: instagram.com/thegaugepodcastTwitter: twitter.com/TheGaugePodcastFacebook: facebook.com/thegaugepodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheGaugePodcast• • •*Views and opinions expressed by guests are not those of The Gauge*
Coming to you from the JRE Tobacco Aladino Mobile Studios at Top Shooters, the guys light up one of Gator's newest favorites, the M by Macanudo Dark Rum, and detail how Nick saved Gator on Saturday night. It truly was a confluence of stupid... The guys also answer listener calls in the Ask the Boys segment, get a bit grinchy in the United Cigars One Must Go segment, and discuss Three Cigars They've Smoked and Enjoyed This Week. Check out the Cigar Pulpit on Instagram at @TheCigarPulpit and @NekkidGator and sign up for the free newsletter HERE. Follow Broccoli Rob on Instagram at @FinalThirdCigar Sign up for the Robusto box at My Monthly Cigars and smoke along with the guys at MyMonthlyCigars.com Follow JRE Tobacco at @JRETobacco on Instagram or check out their website, JRETobacco.com for a store near you that carries their cigars And check out Rivermen Cigar Company on Instagram at @TheRivermenCigarCompany online at RivermenCigars.com or give him a call for mail order service at (314) 843-3355 Follow United Cigars at @UnitedCigars on Instagram or check out their website, UnitedCigarGroup.com for a store near you that carries their cigars
All links and images for this episode can be found on CISO Series As an outside observer, how can you tell if a company is staying cyber healthy? While there is no financial statement equivalency to let you know the strength of a company's security profile, there are signals that'll give you a pretty good idea. Check out this post for the discussions that are the basis of our conversation on this week's episode co-hosted by me, David Spark (@dspark), the producer of CISO Series, and Geoff Belknap (@geoffbelknap), CISO, LinkedIn. We welcome our guest Matt Honea, CISO, SmartNews. Thanks to our podcast sponsor, Automox Are you ready to ditch manual patching? With Automox, you can automatically patch your third-party applications, Windows, macOs, and Linux devices with one easy-to-use, cloud-native platform. Try for yourself with our free 15-day trial and have all your endpoints safe and secure in just 15 minutes. In this episode: As an outside observer, how can you tell if a company is staying cyber healthy? What are the signals to let you know the strength of a company's security profile? How do we go about trying to determine a company's cyber health? Why is it important to know about another company's cyber health?
AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports on Consumer Spending.
2022 WPRA World Champion Breakaway Roper Martha Angelone joins the podcast to discuss her journey into breakaway roping, her hope for the event in the future, and her Virginia manners.The Gauge Podcast• • •Subscribe for new podcast episodes EVERY ThursdayTheGaugePodcast.com• • •You can also listen to the podcast on these platforms:Apple: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-gauge/id1513502916Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/6xdwsxTMcUe6dPqTpedsFE?si=321sW2XUSrGtI58LOq2Lvg• • • Follow The Gauge on social media as well:Instagram: instagram.com/thegaugepodcastTwitter: twitter.com/TheGaugePodcastFacebook: facebook.com/thegaugepodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheGaugePodcast• • •*Views and opinions expressed by guests are not those of The Gauge*
Crisis management expert Edward Segal discusses the factors that can help determine the risks and crises that companies and organizations could face.
Professional horse trainer & multiple World's Greatest Horseman finalist Zane Davis returns to The Gauge to discuss his journey into horse training, his training philosophy, and how his family drives him.-This episode of the Gauge is brought to you by our Official Partners Rock & Roll Denim, Bill Fick Ford, Resistol, and the WCRA.RockAndRollDenim.com - BillFickFordHuntsville.com - Resistol.com - WCRARodeo.com--The GaugeSubscribe for new episodes weekly.TheGaugePodcast.comTheGaugePodcastStore.comMake sure to rate and review this podcast.You can also listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & TuneIn.Follow The Gauge on social media as well: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube.
Former PBR bull rider and performance horse trainer Brendon Clark joins the podcast to discuss his journey from Australia into rodeo in North America. Brendon also talks about his transition from rodeo into horse training along with mental health within the industry.---This episode of the Gauge is brought to you by our Official Partners Rock & Roll Denim, Bill Fick Ford, Resistol, and the WCRA.RockAndRollDenim.com - BillFickFordHuntsville.com - Resistol.com - WCRARodeo.com--Affiliates: Rank Ride - RankRideFantasy.com The GaugeSubscribe for new episodes weekly.TheGaugePodcast.comTheGaugePodcastStore.comMake sure to rate and review this podcast.You can also listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & TuneIn.Follow The Gauge on social media as well: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube.
Chris Novak of HBK discusses the Technology behind Strain Gauge Force Sensors in Episode 127 of The Automation Podcast. For more information, check out the "Show Notes" located below the video. Watch the Podcast: Listen via Apple, Google, Pandora, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn, YouTube, Amazon Music, Stitcher, RSS, or below: https://theautomationblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/TheAutomationPodcast-E127-Technology-Behind-Strain-Guage-Force-Sensors-HBK.mp3 The Automation Podcast, Episode 126 Show Notes: Special thanks to Ivan Mohler of PiControl Solutions for coming on the show! You can now support our work and join our community at Automation.Locals.com! Thanks in advance for your support! Vendors: Would you like your product featured on the Podcast, Show or Blog? If you would, please contact me at: https://theautomationblog.com/contact Sincerely, Shawn TierneyAutomation Instructor and Blogger Have a question? Join my community of automation professionals and take part in the discussion! You'll also find my PLC, HMI, and SCADA courses at TheAutomationSchool.com. Sponsor and Advertise: Get your product or service in front of our 75K followers while also supporting independent automation journalism by sponsoring or advertising with us! Learn more in our Media Guide here, or contact us using this form. (19 views)
Special Guest Mathew Pezon- Metrics to gauge your asset performance
22 time World Champion and Horse Trainer, Robert Chown joins the podcast to discuss his philosophy on training, his experiences within the horse industry & the trials he's faced in life.---This episode of the Gauge is brought to you by our Official Partners Rock & Roll Denim, Bill Fick Ford, Resistol, and the WCRA.RockAndRollDenim.com - BillFickFordHuntsville.com - Resistol.com - WCRARodeo.com--Affiliates: Rank Ride - RankRideFantasy.com The GaugeSubscribe for new episodes weekly.TheGaugePodcast.comTheGaugePodcastStore.comMake sure to rate and review this podcast.You can also listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & TuneIn.Follow The Gauge on social media as well: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube.
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology reported on the results of a modeling study in August 2022 that concluded, “the association of CRF (cardiorespiratory fitness) and mortality risk across the age spectrum (including septuagenarians and octogenarians), men, women, and all races was inverse, independent, and graded. No increased risk was observed with extreme fitness.”The study – "Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Mortality Risk Across the Spectra of Age, Race, and Sex" – further concluded that, “being unfit carried a greater risk than any of the cardiac risk factors examined.”The study group included a diverse group – age, gender, and race – of 750,302 U.S. veterans aged 30 to 95, who were followed for a median of 10.2 years. Age and gender-specific CFR categories were created based on peak MET (metabolic equivalent) achieved on a standardized treadmill test – one MET equal to 3.5 ml/kg/min. According to the study investigators, “the lowest mortality risk was observed at approximately 14.0 METs for men and women, with no evidence of an increase in risk with extremely high CRF. The risk for least fit individuals (20th percentile) was 4-fold higher compared with extremely fit individuals.”In a related editorial, my friend, Cardiologist, Carl (Chip) J. Lavie, MD, whom I worked closely with during my tenure as Director of Health and Fitness for the Ochsner Heart and Vascular Institute, commented, “indeed, "improving CRF should be considered a target in CVD prevention, similar to improving lipids, blood sugar, blood pressure, and weight.”If you would like to read the abstract from this study, here's the link.https://www.jacc.org/doi/abs/10.1016/j.jacc.2022.05.031For more detailed information on similar studies, go to maxwellnutrition.com.
AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports on Consumer Spending-Prices up 6.2% from last year
10-time NFR qualifier, Charly Crawford, joins the podcast to discuss his team roping career, supporting his wife, Jackie in her roping career, and how he's helping veterans and first responders with his American Military Appreciation organization.www.americanmilitarycelebration.com---This episode of the Gauge is brought to you by our Official Partners Rock & Roll Denim, Bill Fick Ford, Resistol, and the WCRA.RockAndRollDenim.com - BillFickFordHuntsville.com - Resistol.com - WCRARodeo.com--Affiliates: Rank Ride - RankRideFantasy.com The GaugeSubscribe for new episodes weekly.TheGaugePodcast.comTheGaugePodcastStore.comMake sure to rate and review this podcast.You can also listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & TuneIn.Follow The Gauge on social media as well: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube.
The O2X Tactical Performance Podcast
-Dan Cnossen is a Navy SEAL (ret.), Paralympian, and O2X Resilience Specialist -Dan joined the podcast on episode 3 where he ran us through story which includes graduating from the Naval Academy, making the SEAL Teams, losing his legs after stepping on an IED during his first deployment to Afghanistan, his recovery process, making the U.S. Paralympic Team, winning a gold medal in the 7.5 kilometer biathlon during the 2018 Paralympics, attending Harvard University, and a lot more.-Most recently, Dan competed in the 2022 Paralympics in Beijing, China where he and his teammates won a gold medal in the mixed relay cross-country event-His '10 Basic Goal Setting Strategies You Can Implement Tomorrow' are:1 - Define your goals/innate ownership 2 - Make sure the goal is realistic/attainable and that you have confidence there is a pathway to reach it3 - Do not set timelines for the end result4 - Think of a process to get there; map this out with benchmarks and sub-goals5 - Put the end goal on the back burner6 - Focus on the process / pathway and your effort / form habits within the process7 - Debrief / check in with yourself periodically during the process 8 - Make adjustments/improvements to the process if necessary 9 - Accept the outcome if there is one10 - Gauge “success” based on adherence to the plan/process, not on the “final result” if there oneDownload the O2X Tactical Performance App:app.o2x.comLet us know what you think:Website: http://o2x.comIG: https://instagram.com/o2xhumanperformance?igshid=1kicimx55xt4f
We listen to the calls DBJ and Joe Z worked into the last UM football broadcast including "Sweet Caroline" by Neil Diamond and "Donkey Butt" by 12 Gauge.
A talk by Thanissaro Bhikkhu entitled "The River Gauge"
Trainers and host's of "Cow Horse Full Contact", Chris Dawson & Russell Dilday continue their conversations on the podcast! Chris and Russell discuss a variety of topics including history, horse training, the evolution of the sport, and much more. Part two of two.---This episode of the Gauge is brought to you by our Official Partners Rock & Roll Denim, Bill Fick Ford, Resistol,, the WCRA, and Lonesome Rider Coffee.RockAndRollDenim.com - BillFickFordHuntsville.com - Resistol.com - WCRARodeo.com - Lonesomeridercoffee.com--Affiliates: Rank Ride - RankRideFantasy.com The GaugeSubscribe for new episodes weekly.TheGaugePodcast.comTheGaugePodcastStore.comMake sure to rate and review this podcast.You can also listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & TuneIn.Follow The Gauge on social media as well: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube.*Views and opinions expressed by guests are not those of The Gauge*
From Red Hot Chili Peppers to 12 Gauge, here are the calls Don Bailey Jr will have to work into the Hurricanes - Middle Tennessee radio broadcast on Saturday.
Trainers and host's of "Cow Horse Full Contact", Chris Dawson & Russell Dilday join the podcast! Chris and Russell discuss a variety of topics including history, horse training, the evolution of the sport, and much more. Part one of two.---This episode of the Gauge is brought to you by our Official Partners Rock & Roll Denim, Bill Fick Ford, Resistol,, the WCRA, and Lonesome Rider Coffee.RockAndRollDenim.com - BillFickFordHuntsville.com - Resistol.com - WCRARodeo.com - Lonesomeridercoffee.com--Affiliates: Rank Ride - RankRideFantasy.com The GaugeSubscribe for new episodes weekly.TheGaugePodcast.comTheGaugePodcastStore.comMake sure to rate and review this podcast.You can also listen to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher & TuneIn.Follow The Gauge on social media as well: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, & YouTube.*Views and opinions expressed by guests are not those of The Gauge*
HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs
Eric Kaiser joins the HVAC School podcast to talk about HVAC measurement types and the benefits of taking each one. He also talks about point measurements and data trends. Point measurements include static pressure, voltage readings, and readings provided by gauges. We only take those measurements once. However, when you track those on several occasions over time, you can build data trends. Single-point measurements give us information about what is happening at the moment, but they don't give us a long-term view of the system's health. Absolute and differential measurements also have different purposes entirely. Absolute measurements require us to compare a reading to a specific, unchanging reference point, but differentials compare one measurement to another. When we turn point measurements into trend measurements, we can see some degree of causation. Changes in data trends indicate that a problem occurred at a certain point in time and could be due to changes that coincided with the deviation from the norm. However, that's intermittent trending that relies on us to take point measurements at spaced-out points in time. Continuous trending allows us to use sensors and test instruments that map changes constantly. At the end of the day, point measurements are like snapshots, and continuous data trends are like videos; the former only shows part of the picture, and the latter can help us solve more difficult problems by giving us a more complete idea of what's happening. Eric and Bryan also discuss: Qualitative vs. quantitative measurements Filter restrictions and static pressure Gauge vs. atmospheric pressure Combined trend measurements How tool usage and calibration impact measurements Non-invasive testing Recorded data and sample frequency Comparative troubleshooting in spaces with similar equipment Resolution vs. accuracy vs. precision If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. Check out our handy calculators HERE.
President of Vang Comp Systems Cody Stewart and Fieldcraft Survival Director of Training Kevin Estela sit down in this podcast to discuss the "Gospel of the Gauge". Vang Comp is the world-wide leader in custom shotgun modifications and the Vang Comp System is highly sought after by both the sporting and tactical communities. Stewart and Estela discuss firearm history, shotgun use, and interesting facts about the shooting sports world in this episode. Sponsors and Affiliates: Black Rifle Coffee Company(Code: Craft15 for 15% off select items including first First Club Order) Kifaru Triarc Systems: (Code: fieldcraft for 5% off) HOIST Hydration: (Code fieldcraft10 for 10% off) KC Hilites: (Code: fieldcraft for 10% off) Vertx: (Code: fieldcraft for 20% off) Anthem Snacks:(Code FIELDCRAFT10 for 10% off) Vertx: (Code: fieldcraft for 20% off) Hard Head Veterans: (Code: fieldcraft for $15 off) Uncanna: (Code: fieldcraft for 10% off) Qalo Silicone Rings: (20% off order USCCA FOLLOW US: https://fieldcraftsurvival.locals.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcj3FycZBXIPNj7QIBKTIDw http://www.instagram.com/fieldcraftsurvival
The Lord Of the Rings: The Rings of Power did very well for Amazon Prime. The ratings were good, great even, but how does Amazon make money off of a show that cost 50 million per episode? Is it just Prime subscriptions? What measures that success? We discuss that and more with producer extrodinare Andrew Fried. Even if you don't know his name, you def know one of the many things he has been responsoble for in creating and producing. With such hits such as Chef's Table, Cheer, Val, Last Chance U, We Need to Talk about Cosby and his most recent, Welcome To Wrexham. Andrew talks about getting started, how Wrexham came to be, being in the dumps and bouncing back to create a mega company in Boardwalk Pictures. Enjoy Kristian, Kate and Andrew on this ep! #lordoftherings #ringsofpower #chefstable #Welcometowrexham #Hulu #Netflix THANK YOU TO CARBON HEALTH FOR SPONSORING THE EPISODE! MY BOOKIE: Go to https://mybookie.website/BigThing or download the app and use code: BIGTHING JOYMODE: http://usejoymode.com/BigThing AMAZON WISHLIST: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/1KPH42T0TP0PG?ref=cm_sw_em_r_un_un_djbxgIW5ZQMMg PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/thebigthingshow SCHMOEDOWN ARCHIVE CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheMovieTriviaSchmoedownArchives Ask Kristian questions for next time! https://facebook.com/harloff Become a Patreon of the Schmoedown: http://patreon.com/schmoedown OTHER GREAT CONTENT: REVIEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSJdE28YyUT368qY7sfE0nKE4c04CqGvu TV REVIEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSJdE28YyUT1LU-t2Z9AD5UJDiWW4pS_E STAR WARS SHOW https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSJdE28YyUT0XmfpbblkF9PY7uO2qhbN6 THE BIG THING PODCAST https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSJdE28YyUT3KAwbzDsv6mdR-gwUiydQg - CM Punk Interview: https://youtu.be/R8Js8uj6GfE FOLLOW KRISTIAN + FIND HIM ON CAMEO https://cameo.com/kristianharloff https://twitter.com/kristianharloff https://facebook.com/harloff https://instagram.com/kristianharloff Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, Kaytee and Roxanna are discussing: Bookish Moments: reading as a gauge and a library cookbook Current Reads: books we've been guarding like precious gems Deep Dive: reading the world - why and how The Fountain: we visit our perfect fountain to make wishes over our reading lives As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 2:00 - Season 5: Episode 2 2:04 - Brilliant Books 3:07 - Bookish Moment of the Week 3:57 - The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood 7:28 - Modern Lunch by Allison Day 8:54 - Current Reads 9:14 - Orange for the Sunsets by Tina Athaide (Roxanna) 16:20 - Shine Bright: A Very Personal History of Black Women in Pop by Danyel Smith (Kaytee) 16:51 - Season 4: Episode 29 16:54 - The 1619 Project by Nikole Hannah Jones 17:21 - Cafe Con Libros 18:07 - Black Girl Songbook Podcast 20:25 - A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles 20:57 - Check Please! By Ngozi Ukazu (Roxanna) 26:41 - Jubilee by Margaret Walker (Kaytee) 27:17 - Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell 28:58 - Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi 29:00 - The Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois by Honoree Fanonne Jeffers 29:38 - Kindred by Octavia Butler 31:34 - Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir 31:46 - An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield (Roxanna) 36:48 - Packing for Mars by Mary Roach 37:55 - Hola Papi by John Paul Brammer (Kaytee) 38:05 - Tiny Beautiful Things (Dear Sugar) by Cheryl Strayed 40:41 - Deep Dive: Reading the World 40:56 - Currently Reading Patreon (access to the reading log and much more!) 50:41 - Canada Reads 52:14 - The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy 52:45 - Lallan Sweets by Srishti Chaudhary 55:00 - BookRiot 55:09 - Get Booked Podcast 55:42 - Strong Sense of Place Podcast 55:59 - The Next Chapter 56:33 - Meet Us At The Fountain I wish I had a book with maps that explains the history and events of each place. (Roxanna) 59:15 - The History of the World Map by Map by DK and The Smithsonian Institute I wish I could keep better track of books coming to the screen. (Kaytee) 1:01:25 - The Sandman by Neil Gaiman (vol.1) 1:01:33 - Stardust by Neil Gaiman 1:01:35 - Coraline by Neil Gaiman 1:01:36 - American Gods by Neil Gaiman 1:01:38 - Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman 1:01:41 - The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram firstname.lastname@example.org Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading