Sembra impossibile ma Alitalia non ci molla. Ci eravamo illusi che quello del 14 ottobre 2021 fosse l'ultimo volo e invece... con una mossa da 90 milioni di euro questa mattina possiamo ancora continure a "sognare" con Alitalia. Un polemicar veloce con Andrea Giuricin che quando si tratta di parlare di Alitalia non si tira mai indietro. Domanda finale fuori tema su proteste GP e riduzione della produttività prevista per problemi alla logistica.
Camaro Kev returns and discusses UFC Fight Night, Fury vs. Wilder 3, ONE's kickboxing GP and GLORY Collision 3.
Aggie and Bryan review the HungryRoot delivery service and GP responds to the scathing Business Insider profile — plus lube pods, rock chick routines, fall recipes, Kegel panties, Porsche sponsored astrology, biological aging tests, Malibu trails, saffron shakes and more!
Due Diligence, CapEx, Acquisitions & Team Building with Special Guest: Jorge_Abreu! I've been Investing in Real Estate for over 14 years now. I started in Single Family and small Multifamily properties. I've wholesaled over 200+ Properties, Fixed & Flipped over 100+ properties and developed several new construction projects, over $8M in ground up. For the past 3 years I've been sole focused on large Multifamily properties. I am currently an Active & Passive Full Time Multifamily Real Estate Investor. I have 1,720 Doors on the GP side & over 1,400+ doors on the LP side. I currently have another 850 Doors under contract on the GP side as well. I am the CEO of Elevate Commercial Investment Group. I also own a construction company, JNT Construction, that focuses on helping Multifamily Investors with their full renovations. I am based out of Dallas & currently own properties throughout Texas & Oklahoma but open to other areas as well. Strong points are Locating Deals, Due Diligence, Executing CapEx & Raising Equity. My goal is to reach 10,000 doors by the end of 2021 by creating strategic partnerships & implementing the proper systems in place for scalability. I'm focused on continuing to grow my network and locate more Co-GP Partners, Passive Investors and also clients for my construction company. I'm always looking forward to adding value and helping others reach their goals. www.elevatecig.com Invest NOW with Vinney, Learn NOW from Vinney! Book your FREE Strategy Call NOW! Go to this link: https://calendly.com/jonroosen/ Check out Mr. Vinney Smile Chopra at: https://vinneychopra.com/ Invest Passively in Senior Housing: https://seniorlivinginvesting.co/ Contact Me Here For more info: https://vinneychopra.com/contact-vinney/ email@example.com
In this week's episode of the Friday Five, Liz shares news of a fascinating study looking into the health benefits of high intensity exercise. She also catches up with Dr Radhika Vohra, a GP and women's health specialist. Radhika shares updates from The Menopause Charity and reveals why testosterone is so important for women. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
What You'll DiscoverThe yoga of allowing, and how the mind is always in the future and past, but the body is not. So if the attention is centered, you step into timelessness. How to go from Temporal to Timelessness.Kassandra's mirror and like-minded moment of spiritual awakening through Wayne Dyer, a point of origin, and where the knowledge of you know that “you know that you know comes from. “The hero's journey and it's aspects of our personal awakening - and staying awake. What is the inner conflict you say is the root of all suffering? What is this idea of “The End of the Self-Help Treadmill” The foundational question of Self inquiry “who am I?”Inner Reconciliation, as a pose to the fixing , getting rid of, aligning, understanding but rather reconciliation the identities that the ego has created Secret Service? Inner Reconciliation? How GP awoke to his energy of protection. What the different aspects and energies are within each of us and the duality of self protection and freedom and how we become our own enemy. How to ask resistance to unveil self resistance. When we step out of conflict and into the heart of who you are. The cloaked system is stable enough to surviveThe energy of the heart sheds its skin of our old nature and cross timelessness into our infinite self. How the chakras are archetypes of the self and how all colors of the chakras become the muse and masterpiece of who we are. There are no bad emotions, only natural emotions that got bad press. The book “I Am That” that transformed GP's lifeIt was his mission to guide the individual to an understanding of his true nature and the timelessness of being. He taught that the mind must recognize and penetrate its own state of being--not "being this or that, here or there, then or now," but just timeless beingWhat does it feel like when something is reconciled, how do you know? “When the water comes out of the mountain, the water does not need a GPS, we simply remove the boulders and blocks.” About Gp WashThe son of a schizophrenic mother and an absent father, GP's earliest memory is being tied to his bed to keep him from wandering. The years of abuse and emotional deprivation were offset by a natural gift for and love of truth as well as an unquenchable curiosity about how it is that people really heal and awaken.At the age of 19, he was on the verge of suicide, filled with self-hatred, addicted to drugs and at the end his hope. At this dark moment, GP had an extraordinary spiritual experience that was so penetrating that, within a few months, his entire life had turned around. In his own words: “My experience as a child made the search for truth and healing more than a philosophical curiosity. For me, it was a matter of life and death.” He refers to that day as his “Night on the Bridge,” where he experienced, as he puts it, “Original Innocence“. Since then, his life has been dedicated to learning, studying, researching, experimenting, practicing, creating practices, teaching, and healing with a devotion to liberating the soul from unnecessary and self-imposed suffering.Share the Love:If you like The Awakened Beauty Podcast….Subscribe, Rate & Review via iTunesVisit us at awakenedbeautyhq.com for updates.Rich Beauty & Health Offerings: www.evoqbeauty.com | www.beautyecology.comInstagram @kassandra_kuehlWatch on Youtube at my channel: Awaken Beauty PodcastShop natural health and beauty products with EVOQP.S! Your review is not only paramount in helping others discover the show, but we also read each and every submission personally…and they mean the world to us.Love and Light! - KassandraIn the Meantime, STAY IN THE CONVERSATION! @kassandra_kuehl Where to find GP Walshhttps://www.gpwalsh.com/https://www.facebook.com/groups/121152181234683
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We chat with 2021 MotoAmerica Superbike Champion Jake Gagne about his epic season, American tracks vs GP tracks, his teammates over the years, who he expects to contend for the title for the 2022 season and a lot more.
Are you interested in expanding your business by opening multiple locations? Would another location help you to achieve the goals you have laid out... The post Should I Open Multiple Locations? | GP 89 appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of the Practice.
***Trigger warning: this episode explores themes around addiction. This may be distressing for some listeners.Gambling, or any form of addictive behaviour can affect anyone. We are super lucky to have Jonathan on the show who is a long time listener of the poddy and a psychologist with extensive experience working with addiction. Jonathan worked as the gambling help psychologist for North QLD and goes deep with Glen on this important issue, touching on:
The Delphi Podcast Host and GP of Delphi Ventures Tom Shaughnessy sits down with Alex Salnikov, co-founder and CPO at Rarible, the first community-owned NFT marketplace. The two discuss open-sourcing the Rarible Protocol stack, the benefits of having marketplace features on-chain, the $RARI token distribution and much more! We would like to thank our sponsors for making this podcast possible. Kava: Kava connects the world's largest cryptocurrencies on DeFi's most trusted platform. Mint stablecoins, lend, borrow, earn and swap safely across the top crypto assets with a simple user experience and the confidence of institutional-grade security. To learn more visit kava.io Celo: Celo is a mobile-first platform that makes financial dApps and crypto payments accessible to anyone with a mobile phone. Celo supports over 1000 projects who are everyday building applications and issuing digital currencies from 100+ countries around the world. Learn more at Celo.org. Every Delphi Podcast is dropped first as a video interview for Delphi Digital Subscribers. Our members also have access to full interview transcripts. Join today to get our interviews, first. Show Notes: (00:00:00) – Introduction. (00:02:30) – Alex's journey in crypto. (00:05:05) – Rarible's storefront vs. competitors. (00:07:37) – The focus of Rarible's design. (00:09:12) – Rarible on multiple chains. (00:10:04) – Overview of Rarible Protocol. (00:13:59) – Rarible's on-chain features. (00:16:39) –The benefits of having features on-chain. (00:20:32) – The risks for developers on closed APIs. (00:24:53) – The reason other teams close off their indexer. (00:25:55) – How royalties are handled on Rarible. (00:28:17) – Alex's thoughts on scaling Rarible. (00:31:53) – NFTs and security on layer-2s. (00:34:08) – Projects using Rarible Protocol to build. (00:38:28) – The $RARI token. (00:41:11) – Alex's thoughts on Rarible being completely decentralized. (00:42:45) – What the team did well/poorly with the $RARI token drop. (00:45:00) – NFT projects that Alex is excited about. (00:45:51) – What Alex would say to NFT bears. Resources: Alex's Twitter Alex's Linkedin Rarible Twitter Rarible Website Rarible Protocol Website More Our Video interviews Can Be Viewed Here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Yy99ZlQIX9-PdG_xHj43Q Access Delphi's Research Here: https://www.delphidigital.io/ Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host and members at Delphi Digital may personally own tokens or art that are mentioned on the podcast. Our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product, service or token. Delphi's transparency page can be viewed here. Music Attribution: Cosmos by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
This week on the podcast, Dr. Roark and Stephanie discuss a question that a colleague recently asked to get advice from their fellow leaders. Moving Up Manager asked for advice in making the transition from managing a small mom-and-pop GP practice that has long term clientele and lower prices to managing a brand new high-end, boutique ER/Specialty practice. They were looking for advice on how to handle the different types of client service issues that may be unique to each type of practice as well as general advice for making that kind of transition. When Andy and Stephanie started discussing the question, they quickly agreed that there are probably a lot more similarities than differences. Let's get into this... Links: Upcoming events: https://unchartedvet.com/upcoming-events/ The October Uncharted Veterinary Culture Conference is ALMOST HERE!! Come join us and work intentionally on your practice instead of in it: https://unchartedvet.com/uvc-culture/ All Links: https://linktr.ee/UnchartedVet Got a question for the mailbag? Submit it here: unchartedvet.com/mailbag
When Lennon Lee moved from Venezuela in 2010, he knew he wanted to search for passive investment opportunities to provide for his family. Today, Lennon is diving into the difference between being an LP vs. a GP in a deal, the role of the GP with investor communications, and the importance of capital raising through partnership building. Lennon Lee Real Estate Background: Invested his family's life savings into real estate to build a solid future for his parents and siblings Involved as both an LP and GP in the acquisition of over 2000 multifamily units, with an approximate market value of $200M Based in Miami, FL Say hi to him at: bldcapitalgroup.com Click here to know more about our sponsors: ThinkMultifamily.com/coaching | Rentify | Deal Maker Mentoring
As restrictions ease across Australia many of us are petrified of catching COVID-19 as we increasingly mingle and reintegrate into 'normal' life, but what actually happens if you take a test and it comes back positive? The Quicky speaks to a Sydney woman who contracted the virus with her husband even though they were both vaccinated, and a GP to discuss the whole process from being diagnosed, then treated for COVID-19, to making a recovery. CREDITS Host/Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri Guests: Gemma - Based in Sydney's inner west and had her second vaccination just two weeks before she contracted COVID-19. Dr Brad McKay - Science communicator, TV host, author and podcaster who works as a GP in Sydney. His latest book is Fake Medicine: Exposing the wellness crazes, cons and quacks costing us our health. Subscribe to The Quicky at... https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Covid-19 vaccination rates in rural communities are more than 10 percent behind those in urban centres. Research from University of Otago's School of Medicine finds that low accessibility, longer distances to travel, underresourced GP services, and a younger population are dampening down vaccine uptake. In Murupara, a Bay of Plenty town with one of the lowest rates in the country, the nearest permanent vaccination centre is a 50 minute drive from the town. New Zealand Rural GP Network chief executive Dr Grant Davidson spoke to Corin Dann.
This week's episode is a quick round up from the 2021 Sea Otter Classic featuring quick conversations with BMC, Specialized, Alchemy Bikes, Kogel, Sage, USWE, Panaracer, CushCore, Scott and T9. Support the Podcast Join The Ridership Automated Transcription (please excuse the typos): Sea Otter Round Up [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: [00:00:09] Hello and welcome to the gravel ride podcast. I'm your host, Craig Dalton. If you're a regular listener, you may have been expecting part two of our fun Q and a episode. Building on last week's part one. I had the opportunity to head down to the sea Otter classic in Monterey, California on Friday. And I was able to pick up a few short interviews that I thought were worth sharing. There's some great imagery and stories coming out from that story to vent that I thought it would be good to share in a timely fashion. [00:00:40] For those of you who aren't familiar with the Seattle classic. It's an event that's been going on for, I believe 31 years in Northern California. It's got a rich history, starting with mountain bike racing and later added almost every discipline you can imagine to its four day weekend calendar. [00:00:59] It's also become quite a large consumer show for the bike industry. So there's booths from hundreds of manufacturers from around the world. [00:01:06] I took the opportunity to catch up with some old friends and do some quick interviews with some gravel companies that I think you might be interested in. This will also serve as the jumping off point for a few longer form interviews i'll do later in the year. [00:01:19] This year is October date was pandemic related. The event normally takes place in April. [00:01:24] So we'll be coming back around on our calendar shortly in 2022. [00:01:28] Of note, the Sea Otter classic was purchased by Lifetime back in August of 2021. So this is the first edition produced by the seawater team owned by Lifetime. [00:01:40] Regardless of what type of cyclist you are. If you don't mind a huge crowd, the Sea Otter classic is a great place to geek out over great parts. Watch some killer racing and enjoy the Monterey bay peninsula. With all that said let's jump right into my 10 interviews throughout the sea Otter classic [00:01:59] Andrew Sjogren (BMC): Yeah, this is Andrew here with BMC USA. And what are we looking at here today? We're looking at our brand new URS LT gravel bike. That's ready for any trail you can throw at it. Yeah. Tell [00:02:11] Craig Dalton: us about some of the features. [00:02:12] The frame's been in market for maybe a year last season, but it's got some significant upgrades that I can just tell by looking [00:02:20] Andrew Sjogren (BMC): at it today. Totally. Yeah. So the new addition at the end of the name there LT for long-term. Comes with our new MTT fork, which is micro travel technology. [00:02:28] Craig Dalton: The, tell us a little bit more about the [00:02:30] Andrew Sjogren (BMC): suspension. So with the MTT on the rear, you have a carbon flex chain stay that allows for 20 mils of rear wheel travel, damned with an elastomer that's at the top allows you to maintain traction while you're on. But the new edition with the pork here is a new partnership with Hi Ride , which is a high-end a there come from the motor sport side of things, and they've made a new damper, which has allowed for 20 mils of oil dam suspension that allows it to not overheat like a spring driven system would be, and still has the capabilities of locking out all in a lightweight package. [00:03:03] That doesn't affect the geometry whatsoever. Now for [00:03:06] Craig Dalton: the uninitiated, when you look at this bike, you may not notice where the suspension is happening. Can you tell us it's not the two telescoping fork legs? Can you tell us how it's happening? [00:03:15] Andrew Sjogren (BMC): Yeah. Happening all essentially in the steer tube. So the entire damper unit is at the base of this. [00:03:20] Makes it so that it's super clean, simple, doesn't disrupt the lines of the bike, but still has a super effective method of getting you a more traction on the trails. Nice. [00:03:29] Craig Dalton: And the bike is made out of what frame material [00:03:32] Andrew Sjogren (BMC): a to full carbon frame, and even the fork itself has carbon lowers. So carbon it's full suspension. [00:03:38] Craig Dalton: Nice. It's a great looking bike, great execution, and I appreciate the time. [00:03:41] Andrew Sjogren (BMC): Awesome. Thank you for having me. [00:03:43] Craig Dalton: Okay. Can I get your name and company name? [00:03:45] Ard Kessels (Kogel): Yeah, I'm art with Kogel bearings. [00:03:48] Craig Dalton: Thanks art. And what are you showing here at Sea Otter? [00:03:50] Ard Kessels (Kogel): We have a line of fully gravel approved oversized gorilla cages. So we build them super stiff so he can take him off. We just introduced a line of custom colored titanium bolts. [00:04:01] So you can get your entire bike matched up. [00:04:04] Craig Dalton: I was just talking to one of your colleagues. Cause one of the things from the outside, when I've looked at these products was the complexity of installing it. Could you describe like what you need to do to your existing rear derailleur to install the. [00:04:16] Ard Kessels (Kogel): The installation of an oversized cage requires you to take your derailleur apart. [00:04:20] So not just remove it from the bike, but completely take it off in pieces. It's, there's no set procedure. So depending on your model of derailleur, some are super easy. Some are definitely recommended to bring to a bike shop, [00:04:33] Craig Dalton: and it's really just removing the existing cage. And depending on how, whether it's SRAM or Shimano, how complicated they make that process, that's really what. [00:04:42] Complicated or not complicated. Is that correct? [00:04:44] Ard Kessels (Kogel): Correct. Yes. And there is no line, one derailleur from a brand might be easy and the same derailleur from or another deter from the same brand might be complicated. And just [00:04:54] Craig Dalton: really quickly, could you tell the listener, what is the advantage of going for one of these bigger polices? [00:05:00] Ard Kessels (Kogel): Absolutely. The idea behind it is to open up the chain. So by using a bigger wheel, the chain doesn't have to articulate as much as it has around a small pulley. Bending a chain takes it takes energy. So by this, you reduce the friction by about one or two Watts. [00:05:16] Craig Dalton: Awesome. Thanks Ard. Thanks. [00:05:19] All right. Can I get your name and company? [00:05:21] Bed Edwards (Specialized): Yeah, sure. My name is Ben Edwards. I work with Specialized and part of the road and gravel team. [00:05:25] Craig Dalton: Nice. Ben, can you tell us about the new crux we're looking at? [00:05:28] Bed Edwards (Specialized): Yeah, we're super stoked to bring the all new Crux to riders. This thing just dropped yesterday and I think people know the crux as a cross bike, right? [00:05:35] This is like a world champion for in cross bike, but the little, the kind of the dirty secret crux all has had is that it was a bad-ass gravel bike. And so the new. While it retains a lot of that performance heritage from the cross side is really embracing that, that gravel identity. But beyond that, we've used our Athos which of any of the writers know the Athos it's a 585 Graham road frame. [00:05:56] We found a way to make these crazy light and incredibly riding road bikes at a carbon. We've now taken those learnings to the crux. So the new crux, the frame set for S works 725. And you're looking at a complete bike at 7.2 kilos, which is almost unheard of on the roadside, with a stock bike. [00:06:16] And that's what we're doing in gravel now. So that's a key thing that makes that bike. The unbelievable ride quality it delivers is that incredible, lightweight, which is pretty unheard of. And gravel beyond that, we've added some incredible capability by making sure it has room for 47 C tires. So you can, Hey, you want to race on the 30 eights. [00:06:34] Awesome. You're going to get into some rough. It's got room for this 40 sevens on their incredible capability. For [00:06:40] Craig Dalton: sure. Nice. I was going to ask you about some of the additional capabilities that have been built in this model versus the older kind of more pure crossbite crux that people had. [00:06:49] Bed Edwards (Specialized): Yeah, for sure. So that, that, that tire clearance is a big one. We know. For awhile there, 40 was thought of as Hey, 40 is the right size for gravel. We know now these bikes are capable of so much more. So we really feel like to unlock the bikes. Potential riders have to be able to say, Hey, maybe I want to put a 47 on it, or with a bike like this 725 grand frame. [00:07:08] It's pretty amazing on the road. If you wanna have another set of wheels and throw a set of 20 eights or thirties on it, you've got an amazing platform that allows you. If you thought [00:07:16] Craig Dalton: about the gravel market on a spectrum from sort of a road plus bike to an adventure bike packing bike, where would you describe this new crux is sitting? [00:07:25] Yeah, [00:07:26] Bed Edwards (Specialized): this thing is it's honestly the perfect compliment to our day. With that Diverge, you've got that incredible suspend, the rider, really compliance without any compromise with that future shock. So that's really what we're looking at. As I say, like adventure explore bike, or like crazy long miles when that comfort's key. [00:07:40] This is really sitting on that performance side of the spectrum, right? When you went that more stripped down, super new. Race day or just real fast gravel riding. That's really what that crux is holding down for us now, while we should also mention this is still what our world cup, cross riders are going to be on. [00:07:55] And we've had writers like Jed next D bar, world cyclocross champion. He'll be racing this bike as his key cross bike. [00:08:01] Craig Dalton: Awesome. Thanks for [00:08:02] Bed Edwards (Specialized): the time. Yeah, no problem. Thanks for taking in. [00:08:04] Craig Dalton: Okay. Can I get your name and [00:08:05] Jason (USWE): company? Yeah, Jason McCune with a USWE sports. Thanks, Jason. What are we looking at here today? Today we've got our line of epic hydration backs. We're looking specifically at the epic eight for those of you that are familiar with our brand our kind of our claim to fame as the hardest. [00:08:19] It's a one buckle harness system. You've got four way adjustability on all four sides and it's got elastic built into it as well. So you can really cinch it down and move around on the bike without the pack, moving on you that's really what people, who are riding mountain bikes and doing all these activities really want to. [00:08:35] Yeah. As I've seen [00:08:35] Craig Dalton: some of the athletes like Amanda nom and ride it, that crossover strapping mechanism is what's most visually noticeable about the pack. And now that I've gotten the overview from you and looking at it more closely, I do see how that the sort of the hip side straps are highly adjustable and tuneable. [00:08:53] Jason (USWE): Yeah. So you can adjust from the sides that go into the yard. That come that way. And then also over the shoulders. So it's really nice. And even when you get it tightened up, up on you, it's got elastic. So when you're moving around on the. Yeah, it allows the freedom of your body to move. [00:09:08] And the packs just stand where it's at. That's the beauty of it. It's not bouncing all over the place. It's just becomes really part of your body. [00:09:15] Craig Dalton: The first pack you showed me, do you still get access to a typical cycling Jersey pocket? [00:09:20] Jason (USWE): So I'm glad you asked me that because yeah, like for, especially for like gravel enthusiasts and stuff like that, the packs are designed, so they sit up high. [00:09:28] So if you're running late, And you still want access to your pockets to get goose or something real quick. Yeah. All that stuff's totally accessible. And that's what makes that's part of the beauty of it. Awesome. Thanks for the time. Yeah, no worries. Thank you. [00:09:41] [00:09:41] Craig Dalton: Okay. Can I get your name and your company? [00:09:43] Bryce (Alchemy): I'm Bryce with Alchemy bicycles. [00:09:45] Craig Dalton: Bryce, what are we looking at here today? [00:09:47] Bryce (Alchemy): This is our all new alchemy rogue. This is the latest addition to our gravel lineup. We still have the Ronin, which is going to be our kind of racier, fast steeper geometry, gravel bike the rogue. [00:09:59] We want it to be more of an adventure offering. This bike is going to have a little bit longer wheel base Clint clearance for bigger tires. We wanted to build it with the SRAM, Ugh, H so that you get a little bit more peace of mind. You don't have to worry about throwing your chain. You don't have to worry about that rear drill. [00:10:16] You're taking knocks so much and a lot slacker geometry. So we've got a 70 degree head tube angle on this thing. So it can really be a lot more capable and stable on that. We also designed it to have a lot more compliance than the Ronan. So you'll notice the scallop seat stay as well as the drops or sorry, the scallop seat tube, as well as the drop seat stays. [00:10:38] That's going to give you a lot better comfort rugged terrain designed it with capability to run a wireless or hydraulic dropper post. Still has a big beefy bottom bracket shell. So when you get out of the saddle, you're going to have that powertrains for that you want. Nice. [00:10:53] Craig Dalton: Can you specify what tire size, the speical at [00:10:56] Bryce (Alchemy): least 700 by 50 C. [00:10:58] You could probably get a little bit bigger on that depending on your wheel and tire combo, [00:11:02] Craig Dalton: plate size there, and talk a little bit about your manufacturing process and where you're doing that. [00:11:06] Bryce (Alchemy): So we manufacture this bike in Denver, Colorado. This is a. Semi mana cock construction. We produce the tubes individually, so like the down tube and head to our one piece the bottom bracket, shell and C tube, as well as the chain stay, yolk are one piece. [00:11:23] And then we wrap those tubes together in an overwrap process to join them. So we also do all of our own painting house. This bike is completely fabricated from the design stage to finishing right in Denver. [00:11:36] Craig Dalton: Amazing. Now this rogue model is, has stock sizes. Your own and model is also available in custom sizes. [00:11:42] Is that. [00:11:43] Bryce (Alchemy): That is correct. So the rogue, we're trying to hit a little bit better price point and make the bike more accessible to people. We are offering a lot more stock sizes than we offer typically on our other bicycles. The rogue is gonna come in an extra small, to an extra large the Ronan is available in sock sizes, but we can do custom geo on. [00:12:03] This [00:12:03] Craig Dalton: rogue we're looking at as a beautiful finish to it. Can you talk about the finish? I think there's something unique about the way it's [00:12:08] Bryce (Alchemy): applied. Yeah, so we have started using cerakote. It's been around for a little while in the bicycle industry, but as far as I know, we're the first people doing it in house as a manufacturer. [00:12:19] Sarah coat is a pretty remarkable material in that. It's extremely thin and at the same time, extremely true. So we get a really lightweight finish. We get something that you don't have to worry so much about your tire throwing rocks up into, or leaning it against a tree. It's gonna hold up really well and it looks pretty phenomenal, too. [00:12:41] Awesome. [00:12:42] Craig Dalton: Congrats on the bike. It looks great. [00:12:43] Bryce (Alchemy): Thank you very much. [00:12:45] Craig Dalton: All right. Can I get your [00:12:46] Jeff (Panaracer): name and company? I'm Jeff Zell and I'm with Panaracer. Jeff. Good to see, [00:12:51] Craig Dalton: let's talk a little bit about the gravel king tire lineup. And specifically as the gravel king has grown in size and a recently introduced a 700 by 50. Can you just talk about the trends you're seeing and why panel issues go in that direction [00:13:04] Jeff (Panaracer): now? [00:13:05] Yeah, it's a really good question because we've been around with gravels since really the inception or the idea of the concept of gravel riding. And at that time, a lot of people were using cross bikes or other bikes with lower frame clearances that even at 32 was big four, but as the popularity of the sport grew, and because we had seen what was happening, we were able to respond to that and create. [00:13:26] Wits that we're going to correspond with what frame manufacturers were doing because everyone wanted wider tires. So we went with a 35 people, thought we were crazy. We went with it with 40, and that we ended up doing a 43 with people. Thought we were really nuts today. 30 eights are really the goal, 30 eights to forties depending. [00:13:45] Who's making the tire are really the go-to for the tire with, for people. And we continue to see the need to go bigger, which is where the idea for the 700 by 50 came from what type [00:13:56] Craig Dalton: of ride quality is a 750 providing for the rider? Is it, what type of solution is it creating sort of suspension and volume and traction are those, all the things you're keying. [00:14:06] Jeff (Panaracer): It is, and there's a little bit more to it than people really think one of the biggest questions that we always get or are, is what PSI should I ride my bike at? And so much of that is dependent on the type of riding you do, what kind of writer that you are what the terrain is that you're riding on and what you're looking to get out of it. [00:14:24] When you go to a 50, you're looking for something that's going to end up being a little bit more comfortable that you can run perhaps at a little bit greater pressure than you might normally. On a lower or sorry, on a smaller diameter tire. Sorry, not smaller diameter, but smaller width tire. And that allows for a little bit more room to dial in exactly what you want with it, and also load your bike up more for people that are wanting to take their gravel bikes more on adventures rather than just a two hour gravel ride or gravel event. [00:14:53] Yeah, [00:14:54] Craig Dalton: I think it's really fascinating as the frame designers have began to embrace those bigger sizes. You may run a 700 by 50 during certain parts of your season. Maybe it's the off season when you're doing bike packing, and then you can easily go a little bit narrower and go back down to that 700 by 40 for your race [00:15:09] Jeff (Panaracer): wheels. [00:15:10] That's exactly right. And we want to have a tire there for everybody's need. [00:15:13] Craig Dalton: I'm a big fan of the gravel king and I'm a big fan of Panorai sir. And I just wanted to acknowledge and appreciate the amount of support you've provided the gravel events seen over the years throughout the pandemic. [00:15:23] I know that you guys continued to back a lot of the. Race course event organizers throughout the pandemic, and you've done it in 2021 and we'll continue to do it. So on behalf of this gravel rider and racer, thanks to Panorai, sir, for all that great support. [00:15:37] Jeff (Panaracer): You're very welcome Craig, and thanks for what you do too. [00:15:39] It's great to have you getting all the news about gravel out there. [00:15:42] Craig Dalton: Cheers. [00:15:43] All right. Can you tell me your name and company? [00:15:46] Dan (CushCore): Yeah, I'm Dan . [00:15:47] Craig Dalton: Dan, can you tell us about CushCore and how the product is evolving to support gravel? Cyclists? [00:15:52] Dan (CushCore): Yeah, so we launched a product or an insert for gravel bikes Kush cores engineered foam insert. So wraps inside your tire. So it's the tubeless system. [00:16:03] You still use sealant if you need it. And it's designed to do a few things. The obvious benefit is going to protect your rim from big impacts, but it's uniquely shaped and it's part of our patents like a wedge shape. So push it against the tire sidewall. So you get a stiff sidewall, even at low tire pressure. [00:16:21] So you can run the lower tire pressure without that getting a squirmy tire and also without dinging your room rim or getting a pit. [00:16:29] Craig Dalton: Nice. And are you seeing riders run lower pressure now because of this type of [00:16:34] Dan (CushCore): product? Absolutely. A lot of feedback we get from gravel writers is that they can definitely run lower pressure and not, like I mentioned, eliminate that squirm while cornering and and haven't got flats. [00:16:47] Yeah, [00:16:47] Craig Dalton: that rigidity of the sidewall seems appealing. Cause obviously we've been lowering our pressure progressively to get more compliance, but there is a bottom line to that you can't go further than [00:16:58] Dan (CushCore): for sure. That's another way we described the product as it was designed to solve the tire pressure dilemma. [00:17:04] So high tire pressure. Is good for stability and I stable tire and less likely to ding your rim or get a pinch flat, but it's a bouncy ride. So you actually, it's a high rolling resistance actually, because it's not conforming to the road. And then, but low tire pressure is great for traction compliant, tread patch for comfort, but it's the. [00:17:24] Pinch flat. It's easy to dinger him, et cetera. So with Kush core, you can solve both of those problems. Get the best of both [00:17:31] Craig Dalton: worlds. What does the installation process look like? It's a completely sealed unit. So obviously I've got my raw rim and wheel in hand. What's next? [00:17:40] Dan (CushCore): Yes. Yeah. Like you mentioned, the Kush core is made in the mold, so it's not zip-tied together. [00:17:44] Strapped together. And it's designed to fit tight against the rim. So we'll Mount the insert on the rim first and then basically draped the tire over that. And then start with one side by tucking the beat in with your hands. You get to the tight side, you might need a tire lever to finish that law was a little bit [00:18:01] Craig Dalton: off. [00:18:02] And when I'm doing my sealant insert, I'm pushing that through the valve core. Is that still possible? [00:18:09] Dan (CushCore): That's how we do it as well. And then our valves are unique. It comes with a set. It actually has three holes. The normal let's say longitude, no hole. And then there's whole holes that go crosswise. [00:18:20] So that allows the sealant to get in. It allows you to set the air pressure with the cush core would be normally on top of a valve. And then also that allows you to clean that out really easily. Right on. Thanks for the overview. Yeah. Thank you. [00:18:34] Craig Dalton: All right. Can I get your name and company? [00:18:36] Dave (Sage): My name is David Rosen and my company has Sage titanium bicycles, Dave. Good to [00:18:41] Craig Dalton: talk to you again, I'll reference our earlier episode in the show notes for people, but it did want to stop you here at sea Otter. And just talk about the new storm king GP. [00:18:50] Excellent. [00:18:51] Dave (Sage): Happy to chat. What. [00:18:52] Craig Dalton: First thing since we're we have listeners, not viewers. You've got that Rudy suspension fork on [00:18:58] Dave (Sage): there. Ultimate's this mentioned four. Yes, it's fantastic. It's 40 millimeters. That trap. Gravel fork. It's really progressive. Like it's not what I was expecting it to be. [00:19:08] It was in the past other suspension forks that I've dealt with are a little bit harsher in terms of the travel. This is a lot smoother and it just, it works great on washboards. That's the easiest way to describe it [00:19:21] Craig Dalton: about the beautiful storm king that you brought to the envy show earlier this year. [00:19:26] How have you modified the storm king in lieu of the spec with the explore group? Oh, and the suspension fork. [00:19:32] Dave (Sage): So this one, I actually suspension corrected the geometry of the frame. So the axle, the crown on this is taller than a standard envy adventure fork, which I would use normally on the regular storm Kings. [00:19:45] And so as the reason. I actually slackened out the head angle by a little bit, I think a quarter of a degree if I remember correctly. And then just changed up some of the other geometry measurements of the bike to really offset for the taller fork. The reach is actually similar on the handlebar reach on the regular storm king versus the GP is similar, but the actual top tube Blaine on the GP is. [00:20:11] So I'm having you run a shorter stem kind of more mountain biking style because of the suspension fork and just accounting for dive in the fork and larger tires and that sort of thing. So an evolution of the standard storm king. When you [00:20:26] Craig Dalton: were thinking about the GP versus the storm king storm Kings was a very capable bike. [00:20:31] Still is an incredibly capable bike. What were you thinking differently? What type of rider were you thinking about when you came to the storm king GP? [00:20:40] Dave (Sage): A similar rider. It's definitely for adventure style, riding bike packing, long days in the country, that sort of thing. GP actually stands for Gifford Pincho which is actually the Gifford Pincho national forest, which is in Southern Washington. [00:20:53] So it borders right up against Oregon. And it's, I forget the numbers, but I want to say it's hundreds of thousands or a hundred thousand square miles or something crazy. Look it up online Gifford Pinchot national forest, and there are the stats and, but there's plenty of gravel, plenty of mountains, streams, lakes, all that sort of stuff. [00:21:10] And it's a lot more back country adventure. And it's the same rider who was getting the storm king originally. But now with the added suspension, it gives you a little bit more comfort for further adventures of just going deeper into the woods kind of thing. And so that was the purpose. Building a suspension corrected bike [00:21:29] Craig Dalton: right on Dave. [00:21:30] I appreciate you being progressive in thinking about the new types of riders that are entering the sport, the new types of things we're going to continue to do with these drop bar bikes as always the finished work is exceptional on the Sage bikes. I encourage everybody out there to go seek out a picture of this bike and UHIN. [00:21:47] Dave (Sage): Thank you very much. Yeah, it's up on our website, Sage titanium.com. Swam has it. There's it's floating around on social media. So just look for the storm king GP and it's the one and only right on. [00:21:58] Craig Dalton: All right. Can I get your name and company name? [00:22:01] John (T9): I'm John D prey from both shield T9 [00:22:04] Craig Dalton: John. I have to stop by. Cause as I was just telling you T9 is my favorite lib. Can you just talk a little bit more about what's behind the T nine [00:22:10] John (T9): loop? Absolutely. This is the thing about T nine is it's both the protection and the lube and it's good in dry or wet environments. [00:22:19] It's a wax base. The carrier evaporates away after a few hours and you're left with just a wax coating. So if your chain gets dusty, it'll just rinse rate off. If it gets wet, it'll sluff off. You can use it in the winter, snow won't stick to it. Everything good about T nine is everything that's good about T nine? [00:22:37] Craig Dalton: Yeah, just for clarity. It's a wax based loop, but it isn't the type of solution that you have to remove the chain, soak it in wax and put it back on. It's a lot simpler than that. It's [00:22:46] John (T9): Old school in the sense that it's wax, but it's new school in the sense of the internet to dip it into a pan of wax on your stove. [00:22:53] Truth story. [00:22:55] Craig Dalton: Exactly why I love the lube. I appreciate you coming out. I hope that you have a great weekend here at Seattle. Oh, cool. Thanks [00:22:59] John (T9): man. Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy the event. [00:23:02] Craig Dalton: So that's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. I hope you enjoyed those quick interviews from the sea Otter classic. [00:23:09] I'm really excited to dig in deeper on the BMC bike. We talked about the alchemy bike. And that Scott, hopefully we can get those guys back on the show and do a little bit deeper dive. Into the intention behind those bikes, all three of them were quite sexy. [00:23:24] In general, I had a blast down at seawater. [00:23:27] Between the 9,000 odd athletes competing in the hundreds and hundreds of spectators around it's quite a big show. So it's not the same as going off to some of those gravel events. We love often the mountains where you get the serenity. But if you're a fan of the sport and a fan of geeking out over bike parts, and you like to see the latest and greatest. [00:23:46] The sea Otter classic is a great place to visit. It's like wandering around one giant bike shop. So that's going to do it for us next week. We'll be back with part two of our fun Q and a episode. Until next time. Here's to finding some dirt onto your wheels. [00:24:03]
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Jay Conner’s guest on today’s show is a highly sought-after speaker on the subject of raising capital, Brad Blazar. Brad talks about how he raised $2 Billion dollars in private money. Additionally, he has closed the largest mega-million dollar transactions for multiple leading real estate companies - $9M, $7.5M, $5M for SmartStop Self Storage, and national operator of self-storage assets in addition to $11M for USAllianz. Today he mentors others around the world as part of a global coaching business on how to raise funds from high net worth investors to build, buy, and scale a business - or fund a special project like real estate. As a real estate investor himself, he has purchased, rehabbed, and renovated dozens of properties and invests as co-GP or GP in multi-family today. As the author of two books, his first book On The Wings of Eagles - Learn to Soar in Life quickly became a top-rated #1 read for entrepreneurs in addition to hosting the 2nd highest ranked podcast Beast Nation to help you cope with COVID-19 As a philanthropist, Brad donates a portion of his business revenue to MD Anderson Cancer Research and feels more needs to be done to fuel cancer research. An avid speaker, coach, and entrepreneur, Brad is passionate about helping others step into their bigger future. Timestamps: 0:01 - Get Ready To Be Plugged Into The Money 1:28 - Jay’s New Book: “Where To Get The Money Now”- https://www.JayConner.com/Book 2:28 - Today’s guest: Brad Blazar 5:01 - How Brad Blazar started his real estate business. 8:18 - How to buy a house Subject to the Existing Note. 12:42 - Raising Private Money with Brad Blazar 15:30 - What is Private Money? What is the difference between a Private Investor & Hard Money Lender? 17:42 - The Process of Finding and Getting Private Investors 23:10 - The Four-Step Blueprint System 26:31 - Brad’s Biggest Mistake In the Real Estate Business 29:35 - Brad’s workbook and guide for your real estate business - https://www.JayConner.com/Brad Connect with Brad Blazar - https://www.BradBlazar.com Real Estate Cashflow Conference: https://www.jayconner.com/learnrealestate/ Free Webinar: http://bit.ly/jaymoneypodcast Jay Conner is a proven real estate investment leader. Without using his own money or credit, Jay maximizes creative methods to buy and sell properties with profits averaging $64,000 per deal. What is Real Estate Investing? Live Cashflow Conference https://youtu.be/QyeBbDOF4wo The Conner Marketing Group Inc.P.O. Box 1276, Morehead City, NC USA 28557 P 252-808-2927F 252-240-2504 Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZfl6O7pRhyX5R-rRuSnK6w https://www.youtube.com/c/RealEstateInvestingWithJayConner RSS Feed http://realestateinvestingdeals.mypodcastworld.com/rss2.xml Google Play https://play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Ihrzsai7jo7awj2e7nhhwfsv47y iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/real-estate-investing-minus-bank-flipping-houses-foreclosure/id1377723034 Watch on ROKU: Roku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvestingRoku https://my.roku.com/add/realestateinvesting Watch on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/How-Locate-Real-Estate-Deals/dp/B07M9WNZR6/ref=sr_1_3
The Delphi Podcast Host and GP of Delphi Ventures Tom Shaughnessy sits down with Haseeb Querishi, managing partner at Dragonfly Capital, a cross-border crypto venture fund. The two have a philosophical discussion on the topic of decentralization, covering its core purpose, the costly trade-offs, the declining marginal utility of pursuing decentralization and much more! We would like to thank our sponsors for making this podcast possible. Kava: Kava connects the world's largest cryptocurrencies on DeFi's most trusted platform. Mint stablecoins, lend, borrow, earn and swap safely across the top crypto assets with a simple user experience and the confidence of institutional-grade security. To learn more visit kava.io Celo: Celo is a mobile-first platform that makes financial dApps and crypto payments accessible to anyone with a mobile phone. Celo supports over 1000 projects who are everyday building applications and issuing digital currencies from 100+ countries around the world. Learn more at Celo.org. Every Delphi Podcast is dropped first as a video interview for Delphi Digital Subscribers. Our members also have access to full interview transcripts. Join today to get our interviews, first. Show Notes: (00:00:00) – Introduction. (00:03:32) – Overview of Dragonfly Capital. (00:04:05) – Inspiration for the post “Why Decentralization Isn't as Important as You Think”. (00:06:07) – Haseeb's stance on decentralization. (00:08:37) – Haseeb's thoughts on progressive decentralization. (00:11:02) – The purpose of decentralization. (00:13:00) – Haseeb's thoughts on quantifying decentralization. (00:15:46) – What if Vitalik kept control of Ethereum. (00:18:50) – The decentralization trade-off for layer-1s. (00:25:04) – Why projects cannot compete on being decentralized. (00:29:18) – Censorship on layer-1s. (00:31.01) – Adverse situations with nation-states. (00:37:21) – The declining marginal utility of being decentralized. (00:41:09) – Haseeb's thoughts on decentralization bringing in more human capital. (00:43:44) – Helping a team navigate decentralization as a VC. (00:46:15) – The part incentives play in decentralization. (00:49:37) – How Haseeb would structure a DAO. (00:53:33) – Haseeb's thoughts on mass governance. (00:57:07) – Judging founders as an investor. (01:01:13) – What Tom disagrees with in Haseeb's post. (01:03:09) – Imagining decentralization in a world without governments. Resources: Haseeb's Twitter Dragonfly Capital Website Haseeb's Article on Why Decentralization Isn't as Important as You Think Jesse Walden's Article on Progressive Decentralization More Our Video interviews Can Be Viewed Here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Yy99ZlQIX9-PdG_xHj43Q Access Delphi's Research Here: https://www.delphidigital.io/ Disclosures: This podcast is strictly informational and educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any tokens or securities or to make any financial decisions. Do not trade or invest in any project, tokens, or securities based upon this podcast episode. The host and members at Delphi Digital may personally own tokens or art that are mentioned on the podcast. Our current show features paid sponsorships which may be featured at the start, middle, and/or the end of the episode. These sponsorships are for informational purposes only and are not a solicitation to use any product, service or token. Delphi's transparency page can be viewed here. Music Attribution: Cosmos by From The Dust | https://soundcloud.com/ftdmusic Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US
Why is faith essential to your entrepreneurial journey?How to grow, scale, and have a bigger impact with God?How to accomplish bigger things before the end of the year? Kingdom Real Estate Investors! Learn more about our community and join the #1 real estate investing mastermind for Kingdom Leaders at www.thekingdomrei.com/coaching Short Bio:Ellis Hammond is the founder of Kingdom REI. He started his career as a missionary on the college campuses of San Diego. His investing journey began in San Diego in 2018 with a duplex and nine months later Ellis co-GP'd on a 144 unit complex in Memphis, TN. Today, Ellis is the co-principal of Symphony Capital Group, an investment firm currently focused on acquiring value-add multifamily real estate across the U.S. most recently in San Diego, CA, and Kansas City, MO. EllisHammond.com Pete Vanderveen has a passion for continuous process improvement, operations management, strategic planning, change management, and executive leadership are all areas in which he is interested. This has led him to launch several businesses, including EatTheFrogFitness.com, and refining businesses such as ExxonMobil. He worked in the real estate industry for ten years, spanning land development, commercial and single-family development, and commercial franchise real estate development. His passion to achieve what others say is unachievable has resulted in over $50MM in commercial and residential development. He is also driven to empower those around him and to be a blessing to those who are overlooked by others. His desire to have a Kingdom impact is to be a rising tide that lifts others. www.thekingdomrei.com/coaching
This is what we yapping about in this 59th episode. What If.... We was in a different reality, where this very podcast was not like the one you know? Join Watcher Freeman as he show you a alternate version podcast called, See it like I don't call it. (00:39) Then back to normal it goes as AD talks about how excited he is during this NFL Football season. (3:00) GP's ranting about an incident in the public restroom, Facebook/Instagram going down this week, and Venom: Let there be carnage being a box office success. (05:46) Meghan Trainor and her husband has side by side toilets and we have some problems with that. (16:06) TikTok and Instagram reels are getting way out of hand with their information videos. (21:06) Quick Bits, Talking real news real fast! (26:02) We review Dave Chappelle's new stand up special called The Closer. (No Spoilers) (33:55) Also review the season finale of What If episode 9, What if the watcher broke his oath? (40:23) We have a all new kakashi Advice, where we express our many problems with Disney and points out issues that need to be addressed/fixed. (51:00) Time for that good ol' Positive Chakra! (1:02:53) Yell outs before we head out! (1:04:16) Rate, comment, Like, Subscribe. If you like to find more info on the show, you can check out our linktree here https://linktr.ee/Callitlikeidontseeit
Midwife Issy Bourton joins me on this episode to discuss what to expect at your 16 week midwife appointment, the best time to tell your employer that you're pregnant, physiotherapy & pregnancy symptoms such as sciatica, pelvic girdle pain, increased blood flow & much more. You can purchase & download the full 40 week series (which includes 24 episodes) plus early access to bonus episodes at www.isitnormalpodcast.comFollow us on instagram here: @isitnormalpodcast*This podcast is intended as an informative discussion around general issues related to pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period. If you have any questions or concerns relating to your health and pregnancy it is important to contact your midwife or GP. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Bienvenidos a un nuevo episodio del club de la Fórmula 1. Hoy hacemos el resumen del GP de Turquía 2021 en el que Bottas ha ganado la carrera por delante Verstappen y Perez. En este episodio repasamos las actuaciones de todos los pilotos y equipos.
As the House of Lords prepares to debate a change in the law, Roy Jenkins explores the implications of helping terminally ill people to end their own lives with lethal drugs. This is already legal in a number of states such as Canada and Oregon, and others such as New Zealand and Austria are soon set to join them. Supporters of assisted dying claim the tide of public opinion in England and Wales is now firmly in their favour, even among regular churchgoers and other religious people. Even the British Medical Association has declared neutrality, effectively withdrawing its opposition to assisted dying. For their part, opponents claim the opinion polls are skewed, and over-emotive. For many believers, helping to take a life is deeply problematic. And besides this the public (they argue) have very little idea of what exactly they would be voting for. Roy's guests include Rabbi Jonathan Romain, vice-chair of Dignity in Dying, and one of a small number of senior religious figures in favour of changing the law; Baroness Ilora Finlay of Llandaff, prominent in the field of palliative medicine; Dr Mark Pickering, a GP and Chief Executive of the Christian Medical Fellowship; and humanist celebrant Lorraine Barrett, a former nurse who has served as patron of a hospice.
We are nearing the end of GP and things are just getting good! The bros break down episode 10 and share all of their thoughts on the four performance stages. With the third elimination coming next week, who had the best showings after the performances? Find out right here on Kpop Kimchi 999! #KPK #TOHB See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This is part one in our FOUR part series discussing the challenges PCNs face in engaging with their key stakeholders AND the explore tips and solutions.· Part ONE – NHS system partners· Part TWO - Community partner organizations· Part THREE – Intra PCN with ARRS staff and Practices· Part FOUR - PatientsJoin fellow GP trainers for the second GP5T conference about Training Trainers to Train Trainees: https://hopin.com/events/gp5t2Comments from our previous conference include:Was feeling bit downhearted with training but this has reinvigorated me and given lots of great ideas. Loved it being online and easy to attend.This time we have even more sessions to help you support your trainees including:
Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions: Rhea: Hi Dr. Cabral - Can you please provide a point of view on Waveblock's radiation deflectors for Bluetooth earbuds? While it deflects radiation from the ear/brain, could that be absorbed elsewhere in the process of deflection? I would love to know if you think this is a safe solution. THANK YOU! MORE INFO ON WAVEBLOCK: Maelys: Hello Doctor. I discovered your podcast few months ago and I listen to you every morning on my way to work. Thank you for sharing all this knowledge. I have hidradenitis suppurativa, it is « genetics » as my sisters, mom and her mom also suffer from it. Do you have any advices? Have you help any client to put it in remission? I have been very ill for the last year and a half. I am literally feeling half alive… I found a great GP that diagnosed candida overgrowth (Candida albicans) currently treating it with nilstat I am wondering if those 2 conditions could be linked? Therefore HS won't' be genetics but a symptom of candida overgrowth that is transmitted by the mother's vagina canal at birth? Thank you Leandro:Hi Dr. Cabral. I enjoy listening to your podcast and have learned a lot from them. I wanted to ask if you ever tried Magic Spoon cereal and would you recommend it? It's supposed to be a healthy alternative to traditional cereal. https://magicspoon.com/ Thanks, Leandro Danielle: Hi Dr. Stephen Cabral, Big fan of yours! I was recently diagnosed with Hashimotos Hypothyroidism and have been detoxifying my environment. For the past 2 years I have been working with Polymer Clay as a hobby. I recently looked into what this "non-toxic" clay was made out of and it is man-made from a plastic, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) base. Would you advise staying away from this material as someone with an autoimmune disease? Thank you! Hilary: Hi Dr Cabral, I am a new listener and am a huge fan, currently working through the backlog of podcasts. I have a question regarding daily activity. Like many these days, I work from home and am currently finishing my Bachelors Of Science in Health and Wellness (then plan to move on to the IHP courses!). I am 44 years old, had my last baby at 38 and have never been someone who has had trouble with my weight. I am a kapha body type, very curvy and gain weight evenly everywhere when I put weight on. I never lost the “baby weight” from having my last child and have put on about 15 extra since then. Completely due to a sedentary desk job at home, combined with being tethered to the computer after work to work on my degree. Needless to say, I have a very hard time getting my 10,000 steps as it seems there are simply just not enough hours in the day between work, school and commutes back and forth to pickup/ drop off of kids. Do you have any recommendations for how I can get my 10,000 steps in, if they're broken up in chunks are they still effective? I follow a 14/10 to 16/8 intermittent fasting schedule 7 days per week and since hearing your podcast, do not eat after 6pm on any given day. I am very careful of my caloric intake, keeping my total calories right about 1500. Nicole: Hi Dr. Cabral! I am a big fan and super enjoy your podcast. It has really sparked an interest in the field of natural medicine and health and I hope to be enrolled in your ihp program in the next year :) I have a question around napping. I have a newer job where I am up before 5:30 and working by 6:30. After 8-9 hours of working and being stimulated by tons of people and things to do I feel like I absolutely have to lay down. I take great naps between 20-30mins and feel refreshed, mind cleared and like I can continue on with my evening normally. I can get overwhelmed and stressed with work, take adrenal soothe daily (3-4 capsules) and was wondering if this is normal, and why I need extra sleep at 3pm after early and eventful workdays. I go to bed 9:30-10:30 every night, sleep well, and am a pitta-kapha body type and 27 years old if that adds anything. I have listened to your show on napping and wanted to hear any additional thoughts. Thank you! 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Nos vamos a Cádiz para hacer un programa especial coincidiendo con el puente de la Hispanidad y dentro de la conmemoración del V Centenario de la Primera Vuelta al Mundo de Magallanes y Elcano. Nos acompañan Irene García, presidenta de la Diputación de Cádiz y Jaime Armario, diputado provincial de Deportes para hablarnos de este Gran Premio y del turismo de la provincia. El presentador Nico Abad es el encargado de la retransmisión de la prueba. Maria del Mar del Ros es CEO del equipo español de Sail GP del que forma parte de la tripulación Andrea Emone. Y también hablamos con Miguel Ramos, Event Manager del GP de España Andalucía-Cádiz
A slightly different spread of this episode of Deep Breath In, Navjoyt Tom and Jenny are discussing two separate topics, headaches and team debriefings. Firstly headaches, the team discuss why so many GPs find headaches to cause the most anxiety in their practice, and get some advice on migrainous headaches from Heather Angus-Leppan, consultant neurologist at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust (also discussed vaccinations and CVST in our covid vaccination episode). Secondly, team debriefings - seeking support from colleagues is essential, but the way in which teams discuss problems can be helpful or harmful. Michaela Kolbe, psychologist and director of University Hospital Zurich's simulation centre joins us to give some tips on how to make those team meetings work better. Reading list Team debriefings in healthcare: aligning intention and impact https://www.bmj.com/content/374/bmj.n2042
Today on the show I am talking about one of the possible root causes of your endo belly – coeliac disease. Now, before you turn this podcast off because you think you don't react to gluten, I am literally begging you to listen. I have noticed a trend in my clients to dismiss coeliac disease as a possibility, because they don't have immediate reactions after gluten. But – here's the thing, the reactions from gluten are not always obvious and they don't always happen straight away. So, if you're bloated all the time, tired all the time, maybe you have diarrhoea regularly or gas, or constipation, or maybe you don't have any gut symptoms at all – but you have brain fog, fatigue and achy joints, then it may be down to coeliac disease. And these symptoms don't just have to occur after straight after gluten. In fact, according to the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, coeliac disease is a “delayed hypersensitivity reaction where symptoms develop 48-72 hours after ingestion” of gluten.(1) Now yes, some people with coeliac disease will experience symptoms soon after eating gluten, but for others, it's a couple of hours or even longer, as demonstrated here. So just because your symptoms do not show up straight after gluten, that doesn't mean you do not have coeliac disease and in fact, if you tend to eat gluten daily, and you tend to feel unwell daily – maybe you have chronic fatigue, for example - then this could be the result of that delayed reaction, just blurring into the next, because there's little time between each serving. Additionally, the NHS states that symptoms can actually be mild and can come and go, so the signs of coeliac disease may be inconsistent(2). Your reactions to gluten do not have to be severe for you to have coeliac disease, for example, my brother was hospitalised with severe abdominal cramping and vomiting when he was diagnosed, whereas my sister literally said she was just “fed up of feeling nauseas”. And here's why it's important to get checked. In the UK, only 30% of people with coeliac disease have been diagnosed(3), and it is estimated that 500,000 people are walking around with undiagnosed coeliac disease.(4) In America, 83% of people with coeliac disease are undiagnosed.(5) And it's not rare either. In the UK, 1 in 100 people have coeliac disease (3) and in the USA, 1 in 133 people have coeliac disease.(5) And as you can see from these stats, the majority of them don't know they have it. And if you have endometriosis, the chances of having coeliac disease is higher. Research has identified a strong association between endometriosis and coeliac disease. Coeliac disease patients were found to be almost twice as likely to develop endo in research(6) and studies have found that people with endometriosis are significantly more likely to develop coeliac disease.(7) To add to that, coeliac disease is a co-condition of small intestine bacterial overgrowth(8), which is a condition where normal bacteria which should be found in the large intestine, are growing in the small intestine. And SIBO is at present, estimated to affect up to 80% of people with endometriosis(9) and is a root cause of the endo belly, because the signature SIBO symptom is bloating. So, if you have endometriosis and SIBO, this is a really strong indicator that you should get tested. Additionally, in a study of over 200 women with endo, 75% experienced a reduction in symptoms after eliminating gluten for 12 months.(10) That doesn't mean you have to be as strict as someone with coeliac disease if you don't have it, as people with coeliac disease have to avoid cross-contamination, so literally they have to have separate food prep areas, chopping boards, etc. But not eating gluten containing foods may make a significant difference to life with endo. Now, clearly, this isn't for everyone. For some people in this study, it didn't help, and we have to be careful when we talk about eliminating foods, as it can be triggering and cause issues with disordered eating, so I am not saying to just go and cut out gluten today. In fact, I actually advise against that – at least until you've been tested for coeliac disease! Then if you don't have it, I advise you work with someone to identify if gluten is a problem for your endo personally or take one of my courses where I teach you how to do that yourself, and as you guys know, The Endo Belly Course is currently open for enrolment now. So now you know the prevalence rates of coeliac disease, I thought I'd take you through some of the signs. Now, gut symptoms are often common symptoms, but some people don't have these at all and in fact, they have other symptoms that may be seemingly random or connected to endometriosis, so they dismiss the possibility of it being coeliac disease. So today, I want to take you through some surprising signs of coeliac disease to look out for: 1) Rashes. Number one is rashes and specifically, a rash called dermatitis herpetiformis. My brother developed this, but my sister didn't, and the rash turned up probably a year or more before his gut issues arrived and it's actually common for people who have the rash, to not have the gut symptoms (though this isn't always the case). The rash looks like blisters on the skin, and is itchy, red, and tends to occur on the elbows (which is where my brother had it), knees and glutes. It is only a rash that appears in coeliac disease patients and is caused by gluten, it is not a rash anyone could get and is not caused by herpes, however, it does look like the herpes virus! Of course, if you have a rash like this and you have some of the other symptoms of coeliac disease, it's worth testing for it, but you can also get a biopsy to confirm whether this is dermatitis herpetiformis.(11) 2) Number two is dental problems. Now this tends to occur if the coeliac disease developed as a child (and just be mindful that coeliac disease can develop at any age!) due to the body being unable to absorb enough nutrients due to the damage in the intestines and from my understand, also as a result of the immune reactions. Dental problems can occur as issues with the enamel and can look like discolouration, patches on the teeth, translucent areas, grooves on the teeth and potentially increased cavities. Additionally, the growth of adult teeth can be delayed too.(12) 3) Number three is mouth ulcers(13), and these would be on the side of the mouth, on the cheeks and tongue, not on the lips – so we're not talking about cold sores. These won't occur in everyone, but if they do, they'll usually be recurring and you may have a few at one time. Again, this is thought to be a result of the nutrient deficiencies and immune response to the gluten. 4) Number four is anaemia, either b12 or iron deficiency induced anaemia or both(14). And this is tricky, because this is also a sign of SIBO!(15) So again, it's easy to dismiss coeliac disease here. B12 and iron deficiency anaemia will cause symptoms like tiredness, dizziness, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, numbness in the hands and feet, mouth ulcers, brain fog and irritability to name a few.(16,17) I've linked to the NHS page for symptoms in the show notes. You can fairly easily get tested for these through your GP or online testing sites like Thriva in the UK, and I've linked to a few of them(18). If your levels are low but not deficient, it's still worth ruling out coeliac disease, because they have to get low to get deficient and if you've only just recently developed coeliac disease, it may take some time for your levels to drop. And on top of that, if you have the presence of gut problems, endo belly or any of the other symptoms I've listed, and you have low levels of iron and B12, it's safer just to rule it out. 5) Number five is infertility or reoccurring miscarriages, and I think this is an important one to raise because we often dismiss fertility problems as a symptom of endometriosis. Now if coeliac disease is diagnosed and treated (as in, a person sticks to a strictly gluten free diet, which is the only form of treatment there is) then fertility rates return to normal and are equal to someone without coeliac disease. The problem is when it's left undiagnosed, and in fact, the guidance in the UK is that people who have recurring miscarriages or fertility struggles should be tested. I mean I think they should be tested as soon as the difficulty begins, to save people all that heartache, but I guess it costs the NHS less this way. There are numerous reasons why coeliac disease will affect fertility, from disrupting hormones, causing inflammation in the body, nutrient deficiencies and so on. But the bottom line is, the only way to treat it would be with a diagnosis and an adherence to a gluten free diet.(19) 6) Number six is brain fog(20). Coeliac disease patients often report brain fog and fatigue and research confirming these reports, with MRI scans showing brain changes and damage in people with coeliac disease. This brain fog may be accompanied by memory loss, headaches, and even balance or speech problems. One small study found a significant improvement in patients with CD and cognitive impairment after a year on a strict gluten free diet(21), so there is definitely hope if this is a symptom you have and you're diagnosed! And I thought I'd raise this one because so many of us report brain fog with endometriosis, and whilst there are many root causes behind this (in fact, I have a whole episode on them) often we just dismiss it as something we have to live with. So those are a few symptoms that you may not suspect would be behind coeliac disease – and these can all occur with or without gut problems and the endo belly. Some other signs to look out for include the development of autoimmune conditions like hashimoto's thyroiditis, type 1 diabetes (which my brother developed) and osteoporosis(22). So now let's move onto testing. To accurately test for coeliac disease, you must be eating gluten daily, at least twice a day, for six weeks(23). This is because the immune system will create antibodies against gluten and that's what's being measured. If you're not eating gluten at all or not regularly, you'll get a false negative test, even if you have the disease. So, if my brother tested today, he would come up as negative, because he hasn't eaten gluten for several years. Once you've done the blood test, you'll then also be sent for a biopsy. If you're still not sure whether it's worth getting tested, I've linked to an online assessment in the show notes, which will literally create a letter to take to the doctor, if it advises you to get tested, based on your symptoms.(24) So that's it! If you have the endo belly, full stop, I advise you to get tested. And if any of these other symptoms sound familiar, I advise you to get tested too! Left undiagnosed, coeliac disease can cause serious health problems and increase your risk of multiple conditions and chronic diseases(24), and we've never lived in a better time to be gluten free, so even though it might be a hassle to get tested, it'll be worth it in the long run. I've also linked to some gluten free courses and cookbooks in the show notes.(25) Listen and subscribe on your favourite player or listen directly/download MP3 here or just listen below! Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. Sign up to my free workshop: Creating a Roadmap to Endo Belly Healing Sign up to the wait list for my course, Live and Thrive with Endo here. My cookbook This EndoLife, It Starts with Breakfast is out now! Get 28 anti-inflammatory, hormone friendly recipes for living and thriving with endometriosis. Order your copy here. If you feel like you need more support with managing endometriosis, you can join Your EndoLife Coaching Programme. A 1-to-1 three month health and life coaching programme to help you thrive with endometriosis. To find out more about the programme and to discuss whether it could be right for you, email me at email@example.com or visit my website. This episode is sponsored by The Pod Farm. 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Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk Show Notes 1. https://farrp.unl.edu/resources/gi-fas/celiac-disease 2. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coeliac-disease/symptoms/ 3. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/coeliac-disease-faqs/ 4. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/about-coeliac-disease/myths-about-coeliac-disease/?&&type=rfst&set=true#cookie-widget 5. https://www.beyondceliac.org/fast-facts-about-celiac-disease-infographic/ 6. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21840904/ 7. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6601386/ 8. https://www.siboinfo.com/associated-diseases.html 9. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9660426/ 10. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/23334113/ 11. https://celiac.org/about-celiac-disease/related-conditions/dermatitis-herpetiformis/ 12. https://celiac.org/about-celiac-disease/related-conditions/oral-health/, https://jcda.ca/article/b39 13. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/about-coeliac-disease/what-are-coeliac-disease-symptoms/ 14. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/about-coeliac-disease/what-are-coeliac-disease-symptoms/ 15. https://www.siboinfo.com/overview1.html 16. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vitamin-b12-or-folate-deficiency-anaemia/symptoms/ 17. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/iron-deficiency-anaemia/ 18. https://thriva.co, https://valahealth.com, https://www.letsgetchecked.com 19. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/conditions-linked-to-coeliac-disease/infertility-and-coeliac-disease/ 20. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/conditions-linked-to-coeliac-disease/neurological-conditions/ 21. https://celiac.org/about-the-foundation/featured-news/2014/07/brainfog/ 22. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/conditions-linked-to-coeliac-disease/ 23. https://www.coeliac.org.uk/information-and-support/coeliac-disease/getting-diagnosed/#glutenthroughout 24. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coeliac-disease/complications/ 25. https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/665647/cannelle-et-vanille-bakes-simple-by-aran-goyoaga/, https://www.arangoyoaga.com/on-demand-videos,https://www.learningwithexperts.com/foodanddrink/courses/river-cottage-gluten-free?ref=naomidevlin, https://gluten-free-baking-school.thinkific.com/courses/gluten-free-sourdough-bread, https://gluten-free-baking-school.thinkific.com/courses/enriched-dough, https://gluten-free-baking-school.thinkific.com/courses/everyday-gluten-free, https://gluten-free-baking-school.thinkific.com/courses/bao-noodles-and-dumplings, https://sweetlaurel.com
In this episode I want to de-mystify the GP meet-n-greet for you and give you a proven process that can amplify referrals to your practice in 10 days or less. I know this because I've helped other private practice achieve exactly that result. You'll want to have a pen and notebook handy for this episode. If you'd like me to look at your marketing material mentioned in this episode, please connect with me on FB Messenger.
Former Project Manager, Derek Clifford, used his multifamily incomes to retire from his W2 position just this year. Keeping his life vision in mind, he's currently working with his wife to acquire deals in Indianapolis. Derek is sharing with us his top 3 goals as a result of his investments, why he chose to focus on small multifamily in the Midwest, and his most creative approach to reaching investors. Derek Clifford Real Estate Background: Recent full time real estate investor Converted all single families to apartments, and now does syndications and JV's in apartments Currently controls around 100 units in JV's, and involved in 2 syndications as an LP (125 units + 42 units), and in another 2 syndications as a GP (44 units + 108 units) Currently AirBNB nomading around the country Say hi to him at: https://elevateequity.org Best Ever Book: Raising Capital for Real Estate & Can't Hurt Me Click here to know more about our sponsors: ThinkMultifamily.com/coaching | Rentify | Deal Maker Mentoring
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GP opens on the allegations of insurance fraud against former NBA players including former Grizz Tony Allen and former Tiger Chris Douglas Roberts. Plus discussing last night's NL Wild Card game and more in Hour 1. (Note: Hour 2 is abbreviated and includes Grizzlies Network Pregame Show....The Hour 2 Podcast can be found via the rewind feature in the Audacy App.) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Kartheek Mulpuri is the Managing Partner of Sixth Sense Equity. Sixth Sense Equity is a General Partner in two multifamily properties totaling 74 units in Hampton, VA and Columbia, TN & four mobile home parks across the Southeast totaling 528 lots. The firm also holds Limited Partner stakes in an institutional multifamily asset in the Dallas MSA and an industrial asset focused on the cannabis space in Michigan. The firm's core focus is value add class B and class C properties in Virginia and the Carolinas. Over his career, Kartheek has worked on 25+ M&A and capital raising transactions totaling nearly $2B in aggregate deal volume.For today's episode we will cover: [00:00 - 4:23] Opening Segment.Getting to know Kartheek Mulpuri.[4:23 - 11:05] syndication vs institutional space in raising capital.Similarities & differences between venture capital and commercial real estate. Getting in the mindset of the investorWhy you should bet on the jockey and not on the horse.[11:05 - 20:31] Finding the deal and building the team.How Kartheek met his business partner.Finding the first deal.Advantage of deep knowledge on different asset classes.[20:31 - 27:16] Understanding the current market.Seeing the current trends and possible future trends.How to position yourself strongly in the market [27:16 - 37:28] The negotiation to get the deal and closing it.Knowing when to be confident about a deal.Using data for renegotiations to sway things to your favor.Knowing the risks and how to move forward.Finding the middle ground.[37:28 - 43:21] Raising the equity and the syndication structure.The ways to get the equity that you need.Knowing the type of transaction at the beginning. Equity split between the LP and GP.Putting the investor's interest first when structuring a deal.Being the deal expert when talking to investors.The challenges during raising the equity.[43:21 - 49:43] The priorities after taking over.The first thing to do after taking over a property. The checklist that you have to look at.Why the first year is crucial for a long term gain.Navigating through uncharted waters to make good operators in great ones.How to get people to stay in your property.Assessing your risk tolerance. [49:43 - 55:03] Closing segmentThe various ways to become a better investor.Knowing your strengths and weaknesses.Final words from everyoneSUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-START REVIEW as we create a lifetime of wealth and financial independence through multifamily investing! Invest with us! Check out Blue Oak Investments Cody on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram Brian on LinkedIn and Facebook
Today's episode is different from most because Em didn't realise she was pregnant until she birthed her baby. After going to her GP in January complaining of abdominal bloating, she was encouraged to limit fast foods and take a multivitamin. A month later she was told that she was experiencing bloating due to stress. In early April, after working all day and experiencing severe pains, she started bleeding and went to the hospital. The doctor in Emergency presumed she had a heavy period but less than twenty minutes later she had birthed her baby boy who was born en caul.
With a background in medicine, Stephanie Betters struggled to decide between being a Nurse Practitioner or full time investor. So she decided, why not both? Her goal of owning 3 rentals/child turned into a booming real estate career that she never anticipated. Today, she's sharing her tips for growing a team with an aligned vision, private vs. traditional financing, and her very detailed due diligence for choosing which syndications to be involved in. Stephanie Betters Real Estate Background: Full time real estate investor and part time nurse practitioner First flip in 2007, and formed her Investment company in 2015 Passively involved as an LP and GP in several large multifamily assets Flipped hundreds of homes, built near 100 new construction spec homes, and wholesales 200 homes/year Based in Charlotte, NC Say hi to her at: www.leftmainrei.co Best Ever Book: Good to Great Click here to know more about our sponsors: ThinkMultifamily.com/coaching | Rentify | Deal Maker Mentoring