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Quad Pro Quo
After the Caining aka Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

Quad Pro Quo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 53:42


Join us for episode 16 of Quad Pro Quo where we discuss Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and answer questions like:Do you like Michael Caine with a stache?What is a genital cuff?ANDHow many times can Guido say semen?

LA PATRIA Radio
8. Entrevista Con El Senador Caldense Guido Echeverri - Inf. De La Mañana - Miér. 28 De Septiembre

LA PATRIA Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 11:16


Escuche esta y más noticias de LA PATRIA Radio de lunes a viernes por los 1540 AM de Radio Cóndor en Manizales y en www.lapatria.com, encuentre videos de las transmisiones en nuestro Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/lapatria.manizales/videos

Flip the Switch by EngageMint
Inspiring Impactful Change w/ Guido D'Elia

Flip the Switch by EngageMint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 51:49


To orchestrate a compelling game day experience for all fans requires thinking more like a play caller, an offensive coordinator, rather than simply directing a run of show.  In this episode, David Millay and Katie Rudy sit down with Guido D'Elia, a consultant in strategic communications and college athletics game day experience.  As Penn State's Director of Football Branding and Communications, Guido was the mastermind behind the “Penn State Whiteout”, an experiment that has resulted in one of the greatest game day experiences in college football. Through insights from the Whiteout, we unpack how to deeper engage your fans and strategies for successful change management.-----Show Notes3:47     “Offensive Coordinator” Show Calling8:33      The Need for the Whiteout11:30    Selling before Social Media13:48    Communicating the Vision & Benefits in Change Management 18:26    Expanding the Whiteout Stadium-wide20:45    Holding Back on Change23:11    Applying the ‘Playbook'29:11    Combating Falling Attendance Numbers32:56    The Pain Points in the Fan Experience37:32    The Impact of Parking40:19    Making the Perimeter Something That Happens45:09    Perfecting the Current Experience47:55    The Ramp Up to Kickoff -----For more information on topics covered in this episode:ESPN College Game Day feature: The Origin of Penn State's WhiteoutAmerica's favorite family outings are increasingly out of reachGConsultsU.com

Sonar Global
Analizamos el resultado de las elecciones en Italia junto a Guido Larson

Sonar Global

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 14:11


"va a venir un intento de golpe de shock a la política interna"

TNT Radio
Guido Preparata on The No Fly Zone with Greg Maybury - 24 September 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 55:47


On today's show we discuss the book Conjuring Hitler: How Britain and America Made the Third Reich. A key focus will be on a) how events have unfolded since the book was written; b) relating the substance of our discussion to what's unfolding in the here and now, and how the “great game” is being played today. GUEST OVERVIEW: Guido Preparata is notable in particular for his revisionist work on the received Western official narrative of World War II. It demonstrates that Anglo-American geo-political objectives between the wars were aimed squarely at the destruction of Germany and Soviet Russia as aspiring competitors in the pursuit of world hegemony, with the the UK and America very far from the heroic injured innocents of the official narrative. Unlike others, Preparata's revisionism has not concentrated on the Jewish Holocaust. He has thus been spared the "beyond the pale" opprobrium of authors such as David Irving, Norman Finkelstein, Robert Faurisson, Germar Rudolf and others but has nonetheless had to deal with the sort of routine establishment nastiness that such iconoclasm inevitably generates (see Conjuring Hitler - Four years on for a flavour of these attacks) His subsequent cogent analyses of the post-9/11 'War on Terror' and its roots in post-war Western culture, especially that of the USA builds on the Work of Peter Dale Scott and others. This interview ranges over these subjects in a readable and thoroughly illuminating manner. It is a good introduction to his two major books Conjuring Hitler and The Ideology of Tyranny.

Bohnensack  Der Natur Fotografie Podcast Landschaftsfotografie Makrofotografie Tierfotografie
#87 Dialog mit Guido Krebs, Photoingenieur bei Canon Deutschland

Bohnensack Der Natur Fotografie Podcast Landschaftsfotografie Makrofotografie Tierfotografie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 67:35


Shownotes Diese Podcast Episode glänzt nicht nur durch geballtes Wissen, sondern ist vermutlich die spannendste bis heute, denn es gibt etwas zu gewinnen. In dieser Episode spreche ich mit Guido Krebs. Guido ist Photoingenieur bei Canon Deutschland und ein Urgestein mit viel Erfahrung. Wir sprechen darüber, wie er Photoingenieur wurde und wie er bei Canon gelandet ist. Wie immer gibt es danach ordentlich Tech Talk, von Fragen zum CPS (Canon Professional Service), die Justage Möglichkeiten von Objektiven bis hin zu den Fehlern hinter der Kamera. Das Thema Feedback von Kunden und die Einbindung in die neuen Produkte ist ebenso ein Thema, wie die Veränderung der Produkte durch die Spiegellose Welt. Wir sprechen über Objektivkorrekturen und die zunehmende Bedeutung und natürlich, wo die Reise in der Fotografie in Zukunft hin geht. Wer also etwas mehr hinter die Kulisse des Herstellers blicken will, ist hier genau richtig. Dank Canon Deutschland #Werbung, verlose ich eine Canon EOS R10 + Canon RF 100-400mm 5.6-8.0 IS USM, in einem Gesamtwert von 1678€. #Transparenz, Canon stellt den Verlosungsgewinn zur Verfügung. Ich wurde jedoch weder bezahlt dafür, noch bekomme ich etwas dafür, dass ich die Kamera verlose. Es war meine Anfrage an Canon, um euch als Zuhörer etwas zurückgeben zu können. Wie gewinnt Ihr? Bewertung auf Apple Podcast schreiben. Screenshot der Bewertung machen, VOR dem Abschicken. Bewertung abschicken. Screenshot an radomir ät naturfotocamp punkt de mailen. Deadline, Nikolaustag 06.12 um 06Uhr12 E-Mail-Eingang. Ich verlose das Bundle unter allen Teilnehmern in der darauffolgenden Podcast Episode.

Zangs Nahost-Podcast JeruSalam
#17: Interview mit Dipl.-Theologen und Schulrat im Kirchendienst GUIDO KUNKEL zur Israel/Palästina-Reise im Sommer 2022

Zangs Nahost-Podcast JeruSalam

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 22:32


Ein Theologe, der seit 30 Jahren unterrichtet und andere aus-/fortbildet, reist mit Mitte 50 erstmals in das Land Jesu. Wie kann das angehen? Johannes Zang, der gleichzeitig der Reiseleiter dieser besonderen Reise für Erwachsene und Jugendliche war, hat Guido Kunkel dazu befragt. Man erhält dabei wertvolle Anregungen für die eigene Reise und eine Momentaufnahme der aktuellen politischen Lage. Johannes Zang hat selbst fast 10 Jahre in Israel/Palästina gelebt, dazu Hunderte von Artikeln und vier Bücher veröffentlicht (akt.: Erlebnisse im Heiligen Land, Promedia Wien, 2021). Mehr dazu auf www.jerusalam.info

The Mom Game
Angeline Guido

The Mom Game

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 79:25


She's a mom and the owner of the successful Angeline Guido Design. Her eye for interior design caught the attention of non other than NBL legend Shaq! Hear her remarkable story in this episode.

De Gruyter Podcast
Elisa Cuter, Guido Kirsten and Hanna Prenzel on “Precarity in European Film"

De Gruyter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 48:48


Films not only entertain – they also probe social injustices and tell marginalized stories. Against a backdrop of increasing economic inequality, more and more people today are experiencing precarious living situations, poverty, and social exclusion. The book “Precarity in European Film: Depictions and Discourses” is a major new contribution to research into the representation of class in contemporary visual culture. In this book talk, Dr. Pablo Dominguez Andersen, communications director at De Gruyter, meets the volume's three editors — Elisa Cuter, Guido Kirsten, and Hanna Prenzel — to discuss questions of precarity in European cinema. What does precarity mean exactly? Is class still a relevant issue today? And can we identify common themes in these films, selected from across Europe? The volume brings together renowned scholars and early career-researchers in mapping the ways in which European cinema — whether mainstream or arthouse, fictional or documentary, traditional or experimental — engages with phenomena of precarity, poverty, and social exclusion. It looks at how the filmic traditions of different countries reflect the socioeconomic conditions of precarity, and it illuminates similarities in the iconography of precarious lives across cultures. The three editors are members of the Emmy Noether Research Group on Cinematic Discourses of Deprivation at the Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf in Potsdam. The book “Precarity in European Film” is the first volume in the new De Gruyter series “Film, Class, Society.” Link to the book ► https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110707816/html Contact us ► https://www.degruyter.com/publishing/about-us/contact FOLLOW US ► Website: https://www.degruyter.com ► Blog: https://blog.degruyter.com/ ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/degruyter.publishers ► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/de-gruyter ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/degruyter_official ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/degruyter_pub #DeGruyter #PrecarityFilm #ElisaCuter #GuidoKirsten #HannaPrenzel

Quad Pro Quo
Arnold's Sex Face aka Twins

Quad Pro Quo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 53:37


Join us for episode 15 of Quad Pro Quo where we discuss Twins, and answer questions like:Are twins creepy?Is sex with Arnold terrifying?ANDDid Tammy & Guido name their kid after this movie?

Earth Ancients
Destiny: Magic the Occult and the 3rd Reich

Earth Ancients

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 72:48


A critical history of the roots of Nazi occultism and its continuing influence• Explores the occult influences on various Nazi figures, including Adolf Hitler, Albert Speer, Rudolf Hess, Alfred Rosenberg, and Heinrich Himmler• Examines the foundations of the movement laid in the 19th century and continuing in the early 20th century• Explains the rites and runology of National Socialism, the occult dimensions of Nazi science, and how many of the sensationalist descriptions of Nazi “Satanic” practices were initiated by Church propaganda after the warIn this comprehensive examination of Nazi occultism, Stephen E. Flowers, Ph.D., offers a critical history and analysis of the occult and esoteric streams of thought active in the Third Reich and the growth of occult Nazism at work in movements today.Sharing the culmination of five decades of research into primary and secondary sources, many in the original German, Flowers looks at the symbolic, occult, scientific, and magical traditions that became the foundations from which the Nazi movement would grow. He details the influences of Theosophy, Volkism, and the work of the Brothers Grimm as well as the impact of scientific culture of the time. Looking at the early 20th century, he describes the impact of Guido von List, Lanz von Liebenfels, Rudolf von Sebottendorf, Friedrich Hielscher, and others.Examining the period after the Nazi Party was established in 1919, and more especially after it took power in 1933, Flowers explores the occult influences on key Nazi figures, including Adolf Hitler, Albert Speer, Rudolf Hess, and Heinrich Himmler. He analyzes Hitler's usually missed references to magical techniques in Mein Kampf, revealing his adoption of occult methods for creating a large body of supporters and shaping the thoughts of the masses. Flowers also explains the rites and runology of National Socialism, the occult dimensions of Nazi science, and the blossoming of Nazi Christianity. Concluding with a look at the modern mythology of Nazi occultism, Flowers critiques postwar Nazi-related literature and unveils the presence of esoteric Nazi myths in modern occult and political circles.Stephen Edred Flowers, Ph.D., received his doctorate in Germanic languages and medieval studies from the University of Texas at Austin and studied the history of occultism and runology at the University of Göttingen, Germany. The author of more than 50 books, including Revival of the Runes, he lives near Smithville, Texas.

Recomendados de la semana en iVoox.com Semana del 5 al 11 de julio del 2021
La Tortulia #249 – Montevideo: la Contrarrevolución

Recomendados de la semana en iVoox.com Semana del 5 al 11 de julio del 2021

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 99:04


¡Es un período de guerra civil! Año 1810. Luego de las abdicaciones de Bayona, Buenos Aires forma su propia junta y comienza a autodeterminarse. Montevideo se convertirá en su ciudad enemiga, en el reducto españolista en el río de la plata y la guerra decidirá el futuro de esta zona del mundo. En esta primera de dos entregas, el historiador Guido Quintela nos contará con lujo de detalles los principios de la guerra de la independencia del Uruguay. Imperdible para aquellos que quieran saber más de historia del Río de la Plata, de las revoluciones y de España. Imagen: Batalla de las Piedras, rendición de Posadas. Juan Luis Blanes, con intervenciones de Juan Manuel Blanes. Sin terminar. 1901. Fuentes / Textos - Acuña de Figueroa, Francisco, Diario Histórico del Sitio de Montevideo Años 1812-13-14, 2 tomos, Montevideo, Biblioteca Artigas Colección de Clásicos Uruguayos (Vols. 157-158), 1978. - Bentancur, Arturo, Análisis historiográfico del diario del sitio, Cinco Entregas, Montevideo, FHCE-UdelaR, serie “Papeles de Trabajo”, 1992. - Bentancur, Arturo, El puerto Colonial de Montevideo. Tomo II, Montevideo, FHCE-UdelaR, 1999. - Frega, Ana (coord.), La vida política en Montevideo : elites y sectores populares en tiempos de revolución, Montevideo, UCUR Ediciones Universitarias, 2018: Cap. 1: “Revolución y contra-revolución en Montevideo 1810 : el frustrado motín de la guarnición militar”, Ana Frega. Cap 2: “La rendición de Montevideo y el motín de la Matriz en junio de 1814”, Pablo Ferreira. - Quintela, Guido, “Conceptos Políticos en la Gazeta de Montevideo hacia el final del Segundo Sitio (Enero-Junio de 1814). El caso de la Lealtad”, Revista Historia Para Todos, Tucumán, año 2, N° 3, primer semestre 2016: 44-53. - Reyes Abadie, Washington, Historia Uruguaya tomo 2: Artigas y el federalismo en el río de la plata, 1811-1820, partes primera y segunda, Montevideo, Banda Oriental, 1985. - Reyes Abadie, Washington, Bruschera, Óscar, Melogno, Tabaré, El ciclo artiguista, T. I, Montevideo: Udelar, 1968. - Ribeiro, Ana, Los muy fieles, leales a la corona en el proceso revolucionario rioplatense. Montevideo/Asunción 1810-1820. Estudio comparado, Tomo 2, Montevideo, Planeta, 2013. - Sánchez, Julio. “La independencia de la República oriental del Uruguay: los realistas en la banda oriental”, Ivana Frasquet (Coord.), Bastillas, cetros y blasones. La independencia en Iberoamérica, Madrid, Fundación MAPFRE, 2006: 57-92. Música: El tema de la Tortulia es una versión de Caravan por El Gran Quelonio. El tema original es de Duke Ellington. El tema de Rumbo a la Cancha es una versión de Espiral por Kanirasta. La versión original es de Dunne.

Terzo tempo - Radio Bianconera
"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

Terzo tempo - Radio Bianconera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 100:55


"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

Podcasts – La Tortulia Podcast
La Tortulia #249 – Montevideo: la Contrarrevolución

Podcasts – La Tortulia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 99:04


¡Es un período de guerra civil! Año 1810. Luego de las abdicaciones de Bayona, Buenos Aires forma su propia junta y comienza a autodeterminarse. Montevideo se convertirá en su ciudad enemiga, en el reducto españolista en el río de la plata y la guerra decidirá el futuro de esta zona del mundo. En esta primera de dos entregas, el historiador Guido Quintela nos contará con lujo de detalles los principios de la guerra de la independencia del Uruguay. Imperdible para aquellos que quieran saber más de historia del Río de la Plata, de las revoluciones y de España. Imagen: Batalla de las Piedras, rendición de Posadas. Juan Luis Blanes, con intervenciones de Juan Manuel Blanes. Sin terminar. 1901. Fuentes / Textos - Acuña de Figueroa, Francisco, Diario Histórico del Sitio de Montevideo Años 1812-13-14, 2 tomos, Montevideo, Biblioteca Artigas Colección de Clásicos Uruguayos (Vols. 157-158), 1978. - Bentancur, Arturo, Análisis historiográfico del diario del sitio, Cinco Entregas, Montevideo, FHCE-UdelaR, serie “Papeles de Trabajo”, 1992. - Bentancur, Arturo, El puerto Colonial de Montevideo. Tomo II, Montevideo, FHCE-UdelaR, 1999. - Frega, Ana (coord.), La vida política en Montevideo : elites y sectores populares en tiempos de revolución, Montevideo, UCUR Ediciones Universitarias, 2018: Cap. 1: “Revolución y contra-revolución en Montevideo 1810 : el frustrado motín de la guarnición militar”, Ana Frega. Cap 2: “La rendición de Montevideo y el motín de la Matriz en junio de 1814”, Pablo Ferreira. - Quintela, Guido, “Conceptos Políticos en la Gazeta de Montevideo hacia el final del Segundo Sitio (Enero-Junio de 1814). El caso de la Lealtad”, Revista Historia Para Todos, Tucumán, año 2, N° 3, primer semestre 2016: 44-53. - Reyes Abadie, Washington, Historia Uruguaya tomo 2: Artigas y el federalismo en el río de la plata, 1811-1820, partes primera y segunda, Montevideo, Banda Oriental, 1985. - Reyes Abadie, Washington, Bruschera, Óscar, Melogno, Tabaré, El ciclo artiguista, T. I, Montevideo: Udelar, 1968. - Ribeiro, Ana, Los muy fieles, leales a la corona en el proceso revolucionario rioplatense. Montevideo/Asunción 1810-1820. Estudio comparado, Tomo 2, Montevideo, Planeta, 2013. - Sánchez, Julio. “La independencia de la República oriental del Uruguay: los realistas en la banda oriental”, Ivana Frasquet (Coord.), Bastillas, cetros y blasones. La independencia en Iberoamérica, Madrid, Fundación MAPFRE, 2006: 57-92. Música: El tema de la Tortulia es una versión de Caravan por El Gran Quelonio. El tema original es de Duke Ellington. El tema de Rumbo a la Cancha es una versión de Espiral por Kanirasta. La versión original es de Dunne. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Podcast - Radio Bianconera
"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

Podcast - Radio Bianconera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 100:55


"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

Avanti Madama - Radio Bianconera
"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

Avanti Madama - Radio Bianconera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 100:55


"Terzo Tempo" con Marco Spadavecchia e Giulia Borletto. Ospiti: Guido Vaciago (Dir Tuttosport), Massimo Storgato e Riccardo Russo (R101).

FC-Podcast
"Affengeil": Über wahre Fans, Spieler am Limit und ein Anruf bei Hansi Flick / Folge 145

FC-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 39:41


Endlich wieder Fußball! Endlich kann unser FC-Reporter Guido Ostrowski wieder fast ausschließlich über diesen wunderbaren Sport sprechen, statt über fliegende Fäuste und brutale Tritte, wie noch eine Woche zuvor nach den Ausschreitungen in Nizza. Köln, der Effzeh und seine wahren Fans haben im zweiten Gruppenspiel der Conference gegen Slovacko gezeigt wie schön der Europapokal sein kann oder wie es Steffen Baumgart zusammengefasst hat: "Affengeil"! Guido taucht mit euch nochmal mitten rein ins Fußballfest. Das Bundesliga-Spiel in Bochum wird selbstverständlich auch besprochen und ihr bekommt ein Interview mit Torwarttrainer Uwe Gospodarek über die starken Leistungen von Marvin Schwäbe zu hören. Erfahrt warum die Nr. 1 des Effzeh vermutlich Eiswürfel pinkelt und warum der Uwe den Hansi (Flick) vielleicht bald mal anruft...

Deejay 6 Tu
Puntata del 19/09/2022

Deejay 6 Tu

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 52:24


Anonimo chiede un consiglio in onda: "La mia amante si è sposata sabato… cosa faccio?". A seguire l'appuntamento con la storia di Guido "nella storia" Damini.

Deejay 6 Tu
Guido nella storia parla della battaglia di Poitiers

Deejay 6 Tu

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 3:17


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Improve Healthcare
Democratizing Diagnostic Testing for Preventable Diseases w/MainzBiomed CEO Guido Baechler

Improve Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 18:54


Guido Baechler is CEO and Director at Mainz Biomed (NASDAQ: MYNZ) a leading developer of market-ready molecular genetic diagnostic solutions for life-threatening conditions. The Company's flagship product is ColoAlert, an accurate, non-invasive, and easy-to-use early detection  test for colorectal cancer.Guido has 30 years of global experience leading public & private life sciences companies having held senior executive roles at Singulex and SummerBio, and at Roche, where he led Roche Molecular's global program management. Learn more @MainzBiomed

Do Your Good
When a Passion for Salmon and Reptiles Creates a Powerful Giving Strategy with Guido Rahr President & CEO of Wild Salmon Center

Do Your Good

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 34:30


Sybil is joined by Guido Rahr, President & CEO of Wild Salmon Center. Guido shares childhood memories that inspired him to work in the environmental field, and tips for you as a donor to help your favorite non profit raise money by helping them to hone their pitch. Guido asks and answers the question, is it possible to raise funds from other donors, pool funds, and have trust in each other? You will find yourself laughing out loud when you listen to this interview - especially if you like snakes!Episode Highlights:How to help your favorite nonprofit hone your pitchInvesting in an organization's work in the best way possibleRaising funds from other donors, pooling funds, and trusting each other.Guido Rahr bio:Under Mr. Rahr's leadership, Wild Salmon Center has developed scientific research, habitat protection, and fisheries improvement projects in dozens of rivers in Japan, the Russian Far East, Alaska, British Columbia, and the US Pacific Northwest, raising over $100 million in grants, establishing fourteen new conservation organizations, and protecting 6.7 million acres of habitat including public lands management designations and ten new large scale habitat reserves on key salmon rivers across the Pacific Rim. Mr. Rahr earned a BA in English Literature from the University of Oregon and a Master of Environmental Studies from Yale University. Before coming to the Wild Salmon Center, he developed conservation programs for Oregon Trout, the United Nations Development Programme, the Rainforest Alliance, and Conservation International. Mr. Rahr is a member of the World Conservation Union (IUCN) Salmon Specialist Group and is a passionate fly fisherman and fly tier. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, Lee, and their three sons.Connect with Guido:wildsalmoncenter.org If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well:#87 A Climate Change Visionary Shares his Story and Tips for Donors, with Steve Kretzmann Founder of Oil Change International# 88 Navigating Transitions Via a Nonprofit Working on Climate Change, with Elizabeth Bast, Executive Director Oil Change International#12 Be Inspired to Support the Grassroots with Pam Fujita-Yuhas and Zoe Rothchild, Foundation Directors, NW Fund for the EnvironmentCrack the Code: Sybil's Successful Guide to PhilanthropyBecome even better at what you do as Sybil teaches you the strategies as well as the tools, you'll need to avoid mistakes and make a career out of philanthropy through my new course, Crack the Code!In this new course, you'll gain access to beautifully animated and filmed engaging videos, and many more!Check out her website with all the latest opportunities to learn from Sybil at www.doyourgood.com. Connect with Do Your GoodFacebook @doyourgoodInstagram @doyourgoodWould you like to talk with Sybil directly?Send in your inquiries through her website www.doyourgood.com, or you can email her directly at sybil@doyourgood.com!

Deejay 6 Tu
Guido nella storia parla della battaglia di Poitiers

Deejay 6 Tu

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 3:16


Non Stop News
Non Stop News: lo spazio politico con Laura Boldrini e Guido Crosetto e il ritorno di Emigratis con Pio e Amedeo

Non Stop News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 55:57


Le prime pagine dei principali quotidiani nazionali commentate in rassegna stampa da Davide Giacalone. L'alluvione nelle Marche e i lavori di prevenzione non fatti. Per il Motomondiale oggi alle 14 si corre in Spagna, il commento dell'inviato speciale di RTL 102.5 Max Biaggi. Verso le elezioni del 25 settembre. Ci hanno raggiunto Laura Boldrini del Partito Democratico, già presidente della Camera dei deputati e Guido Crosetto, co-fondatore di Fratelli D'italia; Pio e amedeo sbarcano su canale 5. Dal 28 settembre in prima serata torna "Emigratis" con alcune novità: due nuovi personaggi, tante vittime vip e splendide location rigorosamente a scrocco. Non Stop News è con Barbara Sala, Enrico Galletti, Luigi Santarelli e Antonio Sica.

Do Your Good
Guido Rahr: Preview

Do Your Good

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 3:20


Sybil is joined by Guido Rahr, President & CEO of Wild Salmon Center. Guido shares childhood memories that inspired him to work in the environmental field, and tips for you as a donor to help your favorite nonprofit raise money by helping them to hone their pitch. Guido asks and answers the question, is it possible to raise funds from other donors, pool funds, and have trust in each other? You will find yourself laughing out loud when you listen to this interview - especially if you like snakes! {You can hear the full episode Monday, September 19th}

Radio Intense
Guido Farias - Dias De Fiesta [La Vida Es] // Tech House Premiere

Radio Intense

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 3:04


September the 16th meets glorious Guido Farias to deliver his new 2-track release “Dias de Fiesta” on La Vida Es. Enjoy and remember, La Vida es un sueño!

Wetenschap Vandaag | BNR
Drones in kassen laten vliegen, zo makkelijk is dat niet

Wetenschap Vandaag | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 6:13


Tijdens de Autonomous Drones in Greenhouses Competition proberen teams van over de hele wereld het voor elkaar te krijgen: drones laten vliegen tussen de tomatenplanten.  Voor het in de gaten houden van gewassen in kassen, tot op het blad nauwkeurig, zou dat namelijk ontzettend handig zijn. Zo worden ze bijvoorbeeld niet moe en kunnen ze makkelijk op hoge plekjes komen. Alleen is een drone laten vliegen in een jungle van tomatenstronken, zonder GPS en ergens waar ook mensen lopen, helemaal niet zo simpel. In deze audio hoor je hoogleraar Guido de Croon van de TU Delft en Frans-Peter Dechering van Corvus Drones.  Lees hier meer over de wedstrijd en het congres: Greenhouse ChallengeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

2 Drink Minimum
Episode 274

2 Drink Minimum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 68:18


This week on 2DM, we talk about Guido's exorcism, natural selection, Poseidon running late, Get Smart With Money, jewelry, racist tales from Cuba & more. 2DM episodes are also available on Facebook, Youtube, Apple, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher and Spotify. Get your 2DM merch here: https://teespring.com/stores/2dm‬ Watch Mike's special "Infamous" on Amazon Prime: https://www.amazon.com/Mike-Ward-Infamous/dp/B07HS2F9TJ If you understand french, get your tickets for Sous Écoute at the Bell Centre: www.centrebrag.com --- Follow Mike Ward​: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MikeWardca/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MikeWardca Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikewardca/ Follow Pantelis​: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PantelisComedy/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BigP4H Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bigp4h/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Pantelis --- Follow 2DM on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2DMpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/2DMpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2dmpod/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/2DrinkMinimum

Entertainment Business Wisdom
Indie film writer/director on the strategy to get your film financed, made and distributed: Guy Guido

Entertainment Business Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 48:40


Guy Guido is a writer - director who's first feature film is Madonna and the Breakfast Club (2019) available on Amazon Prime and Hulu. He also wrote and directed the short Physical Attraction (2015). His scripted narrative feature film Lovin' Brooklyn is in development. https://twitter.com/guyguido https://www.youtube.com/GuyMGuido Connect with your host Kaia Alexander: https://entertainmentbusinessleague.com/ https://twitter.com/thisiskaia Produced by Stuart W. Volkow P.G.A.

Synergy Practices Dental Podcast
Episode 40: Synergy Practices Ep. 28: New Consultant Tiffany Guido

Synergy Practices Dental Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 1:52


In this week's episode, Sasha is joined by one of Arminco's newest Consultants - Tiffany Guido.  Tiffany has a background in dental, specifically 10 years specializing in oral surgery - working as a dental assistant, also holding positions as an office manager, and is very knowledgeable about the industry.  Our dental consultant are resources for our doctors and are available to answer any questions.  Arminco is excited for Tiffany, have a listen and get to know her better.

Del 305 al 310
Energía Nuclear y otros temas con Guido Nuñez-Mujica

Del 305 al 310

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 59:50


Fernando y Jesus conversan con Guido Nuñez-Mujica, venezolano residenciado en San Francisco que se dedica al análisis de datos científicos y comunicación de ciencias. Hablan sobre la energía nuclear y otros temas fascinantes. 

FC-Podcast
Wie mich die Krawalle in Nizza aus einem wunderschönen Traum gerissen haben / Folge 144

FC-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 54:57


Da steht sie nun also, die erste Saison-Niederlage in der Bundesliga. 0:1 gegen Union Berlin, war ja irgendwie erwartbar. Gegen Union geht irgendwie nie was. FC-Reporter Guido Ostrowski arbeitet diese Niederlage trotzdem für euch auf, um dann von Köln über Bochum direkt nach Nizza zu kommen. Denn was drei Tage zuvor ein europäisches Fußballfest in Rot werden sollte, ist von hemmungsloser und völlig sinnloser Gewalt zerstört worden. Guido gibt euch einen Überblick, was im Zuge der Aufarbeitung dieser Ausschreitungen bislang bekannt geworden ist, welche Reaktionen es von Vereinsseite gegeben hat. Vor allem schildert euch Guido aber auch ganz persönliche Eindrücke von diesem Abend und seinen Krawallen, die er nur wenige Meter entfernt im Stadion erlebt hat.

Católico PodCast
São Guido de Anderlecht - 12/09 - O Santo do Dia - Pe. Alex Nogueira

Católico PodCast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 4:14


São Guido de Anderlecht - 12/09 - O Santo do Dia - Pe. Alex Nogueira --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jlio4/message

Deejay 6 Tu
Guido nella Storia: i Re d'Inghilterra

Deejay 6 Tu

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 5:17


En Perspectiva
Entrevista Guido Manini Ríos - Cabildo Abierto convocó a un “Ámbito Multipartidario”

En Perspectiva

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 46:40


La semana pasada Cabildo Abierto volvió a posicionarse en la agenda política con varios temas. El jueves su Mesa Política convocó a un Ámbito Multipartidario con la finalidad de buscar consensos en “políticas de larga duración” en temas como la reforma de la seguridad social, demografía, inserción internacional y lucha contra la pobreza. Además, el partido liderado por Guido Manini Ríos planteó un paso más: crear una nueva Concertación Nacional Programática en la que participen sindicatos, cámaras empresariales, instituciones educativas públicas y privadas, y otras fuerzas sociales. Por otro lado, Cabildo Abierto pidió al presidente de la República que vete la ley de eutanasia si es aprobada como salió de comisión en Diputados. Además confirmó su apoyo formal a la reforma jubilatoria que promueve el presidente Luis Lacalle Pou pero dio a conocer 12 modificaciones que considera necesarias para votar esa iniciativa. Conversamos En Perspectiva con el senador Guido Manini Ríos, a propósito de estos y otros temas que Cabildo busca instalar en la agenda.

LA PATRIA Radio
8. Entrevista Con El Senador Guido Echeverri - Inf. De La Mañana - Vier. 9 De Septiembre

LA PATRIA Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 12:24


Escuche esta y más noticias de LA PATRIA Radio de lunes a viernes por los 1540 AM de Radio Cóndor en Manizales y en www.lapatria.com, encuentre videos de las transmisiones en nuestro Facebook Live: www.facebook.com/lapatria.manizales/videos

Herbal Radio
Re-Storying Ecological Interconnection, with Guido Masé | Tea Talks with Jiling

Herbal Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 51:03


Guido Masé RH (AHG) is an herbalist and garden steward specializing in therapeutic herbalism and the pharmacology of plants and mushrooms. He spent his childhood in Italy, in the central Alps and in the Renaissance town of Ferrara. He later settled into Vermont, where he has been living since 1996. Guido is a founder, faculty member and clinical supervisor at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism, a non-profit herbal medicine clinic and school. He serves as herbalist, principal scientist, and chief formulator at Traditional Medicinals, and is a founding member of the Railyard Apothecary, a collaborative clinical practice in Burlington, VT. Guido is the author of The Wild Medicine Solution: Healing with Aromatic, Bitter and Tonic Plants, and DIY Bitters. Jiling and Guido discuss herbal medicine as a language, concentrating decoctions, an autumnal tonic herbal soup stock, and botanically-infused folklore for connecting with place.  Follow Guido Mase on Twitter @Herbalist and his blog, A Radicle.  Jiling Lin is a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac), herbalist, and yoga teacher in Ventura, CA. Visit Jiling at JilingLin.com, Instagram @LinJiling, and Facebook @JilingLAc. Get her free Nourishing Life (養生) template, Five Elements (五行) outline, or sign up for her newsletter here. Join our community! Subscribe to the Mountain Rose Herbs newsletter Subscribe to Mountain Rose Herbs on YouTube Follow on Instagram Like on Facebook Follow on Pinterest Follow on Twitter Read the Mountain Rose Herbs blog Follow on TikTok Strengthening the bonds between people and plants for a healthier world. Mountain Rose Herbs www.mountainroseherbs.com

KOSCHWITZ ZUM WOCHENENDE
GUIDO SCHLOSSER (Diensthabender Beamter bei der Geisenahme 1972 in München)

KOSCHWITZ ZUM WOCHENENDE

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 10:30


Guido Schlosser ist ehemaliger Polizist und war bei der Geiselnahme bei den Olympischen Spielen 1972 in München einer der diensthabenden Beamten, die in das Flugzeug der Geiselnehmer geschickt wurden – und es vorzeitig wieder verließen. Im Podcast erzählt er, was damals falsch lief, wie er die Häme gegen sich und seine Kolleg:innen aufgefasst und verarbeitet hat und wie es war, in Israel einige Hinterbliebene der getöteten Geiseln zu treffen.

Gepiano Podcast
124 - ¿PRM ingrato?

Gepiano Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 61:26


Conversamos sobre la exclusión de Guido, Alburquerque y otros dirigentes de la Dirección Ejecutiva del PRM.

20 Years Done Podcast
Episode 61 - Trauma Informed Leadership with Maria Guido

20 Years Done Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 57:45


In this episode I discuss the effects of childhood trauma on young adults and how those effects can impact work performance in the military and how to adjust leadership approaches to help young personnel succeed.

FC-Podcast
Europa-Pokal: Jetzt geht's richtig los! / Folge 143

FC-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 33:13


"Deutscher Meister wird nur der FC Köln." Drehen die Fans jetzt komplett durch? Nein, die Gesänge nach dem Auswärtssieg in Wolfsburg sind in den Ohren von FC-Reporter Guido Ostrowski einfach nur positiv bekloppt. Und überhaupt ist im Moment so vieles positiv beim Effzeh. Wieder nach Rückstand zurück gekommen, es hat eine Torpremiere gegeben, ein Bundesliga-Debüt und einen Neuzugang auf der Tribüne, der vermutlich ähnlich viel Spaß hatte, wie Guido. Wird alles in dieser Folge besprochen. Und selbstverständlich macht euch Guido schon mal für das erste Gruppenspiel der Conference League in Nizza warm und tüncht die Cote d'azur in rut un wiess...

Invité Afrique
Guido Gryseels (Belgique): «On a réussi ces 20 dernières années la transformation du musée Tervuren»

Invité Afrique

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:09


C'est la fin d'une époque à l'AfricaMuseum de Tervuren en Belgique. Son directeur emblématique, Guido Gryseels, part à la retraite ce 1er septembre après avoir passé 21 ans à la tête de cette institution qui possède de vastes collections du patrimoine culturel et naturel africain, dont 128 000 objets ethnographiques et des millions de spécimens biologiques. Longtemps considéré comme l'archétype du musée colonial, Tervuren s'est profondément renouvelé ces dernières années, adoptant un regard critique sur le passé colonial belge. Une transformation en profondeur qui est toutefois loin d'être terminée, estime Guido Gryseels. RFI : Quel sentiment vous anime à l'heure de quitter l'AfricaMuseum de Tervuren ? Guido Gryseels : D'abord, je suis très fier de ce qu'on a réussi ces 20 dernières années. On a fait une transformation du musée, on a fait des activités scientifiques avec beaucoup d'impact, on a relancé des activités éducatives et culturelles, et on a eu une voix importante dans le débat sociétal sur le passé colonial et la restitution. Donc moi, je suis très content et très fier. Et maintenant, c'est un nouveau directeur qui va prendre le relais et renforcer les messages que nous avons développés depuis 20 ans. Vous dites être fier de ce qu'est devenu Tervuren aujourd'hui. Vous partiez de très loin, car le Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale a longtemps été perçu comme le musée colonial par excellence… Oui, absolument. Quand moi, je suis arrivé ici, la mission du musée, c'était encore de promouvoir des réalisations belges en Afrique. La dernière grande rénovation avait eu lieu en 1956, donc quatre ans avant l'indépendance, et donc c'était encore un musée qui donnait le regard de la Belgique sur l'Afrique d'avant l'indépendance. À quel moment avez-vous décidé de revoir de fond en comble l'esprit du musée ? On a tout de suite fait un plan stratégique. Il était clair que notre priorité devait être la rénovation du musée, et pour faire cela, il fallait d'abord développer des liens avec les diasporas et les Africains eux-mêmes. On a dû faire tout un changement d'esprit, on a développé les liens avec les diasporas et on a commencé en faisant quelques expositions temporaires, une sur l'origine de nos collections, une sur le passé colonial du Congo. Et tout cela étaient des expositions qui étaient très innovants et qui donnaient un nouveau regard sur le passé colonial belge au Congo. À l'époque, on était un musée colonial, aujourd'hui, nous sommes un musée qui invite le visiteur à réfléchir de façon critique sur ce passé colonial. Évidemment qu'on change d'avis ! Vous aussi, vous avez dû personnellement faire évoluer votre regard, comment ça s'est passé ? Oh oui, mais clairement, parfois, on me demande : « Mais monsieur, on a fait une recherche Google de tout ce que vous avez dit dans des interviews dans ces vingt ans et on a l'impression que vous changez d'avis. » Et je dis : « Évidemment qu'on change d'avis ! » On a développé des collaborations avec des diasporas africaines, avec des Africains eux-mêmes, on a ouvert nos portes pour ceux qui étaient critiques de ce passé colonial, donc on a appris tous les jours. Notre environnement a changé fortement, ces dernières années surtout, il y a eu toutes les activités de Black Lives Matter, il y a la commission parlementaire sur le passé colonial, il y a la déclaration de M. Macron sur la restitution qui a suscité tout un débat. Il est vrai que nos pensées ont évolué, mais pas uniquement. Moi, je pense que tout le monde, inclus les diasporas africaines, maintenant, regarde notre passé colonial et notre collaboration de façontrès différente en comparaison à il y a vingt ans. ►À écouter aussi : Grand Reportage - Les restitutions d'œuvres à l'Afrique : enquête sur le processus français Il reste encore du travail à faire à Tervuren selon vous pour continuer d'expliquer ce qu'a été la colonisation ? Absolument, il y a souvent des gens qui me demandent : « Est-ce que le musée de Tervuren est décolonisé ? » Moi, je dis toujours : « Non, on a fait une première étape, une étape importante, mais il reste beaucoup à faire. » Il faut d'abord une nouvelle façon de travailler avec les diasporas, où elles ne donnent pas uniquement des conseils, mais où elles partagent le pouvoir avec nous. Deuxièmement, il faut re-regarder toutes nos collections, toutes nos collections ont été décrites par des chercheurs blancs, on doit faire de la recherche de provenance pour supporter le processus de restitution, et inclure les Africains dans ces études. Troisièmement, la façon dont nous faisons nos recherches doit être beaucoup plus en partenariat avec les institutions congolaises ou africaines. Et finalement, ce qui est extrêmement important, c'est de pouvoir appliquer une politique de diversité, pas uniquement parmi le personnel, mais surtout parmi nos organes de gestion. Et là, c'est un défi. Je pense que ça prendra encore une génération pour arriver à un musée qui est complètement décolonisé. ►À écouter aussi : Invité Afrique - Wouter de Vriendt, député belge : « On veut vraiment confronter le passé colonial de la Belgique »

FC-Podcast
Zwischen Europhorie und hartem Bundesliga-Alltag / Folge 142

FC-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 40:51


Es ist geschafft! Die Europapokal-Tour geht weiter. Der Effzeh kann sich nach dem Sieg im Playoff-Rückspiel über Fehérvár auf sechs weitere internationale Auftritte freuen. In der neuen Folge mit FC-Reporter Guido Ostrowski bekommt ihr die volle Ladung Europhorie ab mit vielen Stimmen von FC-Spielern und Trainer Steffen Baumgart. Und selbstverständlich auch nochmal mit allen Toren. Guido hat für euch aber natürlich auch weiterhin die Bundesliga im Blick. Und da war auch an Spieltag 4 gegen den VfB Stuttgart wieder jede Menge los. Inklusive einer roten Karte, die bei FC-Spielen mittlerweile zur Grundausstattung gehört ;-)

Far Out With Faust (FOWF)
Self-Realization in Art and Laughter | Guido Cocomello

Far Out With Faust (FOWF)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 95:49


Guido Cocomello, Professional Actor and Stand-Up Comedian, talks about lessons learned as a man and a dad on episode 70 of the Far Out with Faust podcast.Cocomello was born and raised in Montreal, Canada. He trained with Academy Award winning actor Mike Nichols in NYC, where he met Faust, back in the day.Come along for the ride while these two reminisce about old times and their shared love for spiritualists like Joe Dispenza.Hear about their personal experiences striving to become more conscious as men and fathers, and how to lead by example. We're talking about lessons learned from growing up with an Italian American father — and the power of healing and forgiveness. Cocomello says it's all about turning seeking the meaning of everything into a game. You have a choice to make as you get older. Look at the difference between the older generation's perspective regarding the medical industry and the new perspective. It's not hard to understand why baby boomers regard allopathic medicine as a miracle. Hear Guido's very amusing explanation of why the medical industry isn't reliable. Listen in as they talk about how crazy the world has become, and how we can circle it all back to The Godfather ;-)Faust and Guido divulge all their favorite soothsayers: Alex Jones, Joe Rogan, Russell Brand. The ones who aren't afraid to tell it like it is. Hear their suggestions for how to fix our broken political system. Spoiler alert: it's akin to picking a new pope.We get to the crux of the problem — and it's not capitalism. Speaking of survival of the fittest: was Darwin a fraud?How about the hypocrisy of the marijuana issue between Russia and the US right now?Stick around till the end: Guido shares his prophetic code to improve the human experience.Connect with GuidoInstagram: https://instagram.com/guidococomello?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/guido.cocomelloBecoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon https://a.co/d/cAgff5nThe Biology of Belief 10th Anniversary Edition: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter & Miracles https://a.co/d/8HJiYC2

Spec Tales: A Comic Book Podcast
Dear Watchers Comic Podcast Crossover Episode!

Spec Tales: A Comic Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 72:41


Rob and Guido from the incredibly entertaining comic omniverse podcast Dear Watchers join the show to discuss their late-night epic grail tales and a comic collection of over 22K books! Oh, and Guido is locked in with another "guaranteed" comic speculation. SUPPORT THE SHOW! Subscribe to our Patreon to gain exclusive bonus content, join our private discord conversations and, of course, help Spec Tales grow. SUPPORT THE SHOW! Subscribe to our Patreon to gain exclusive bonus content, join our private discord conversations and, of course, help Spec Tales grow. www.patreon.com/spectalesREACH OUT TO US! Share a grail tale of your own, give us some feedback, or tell us a topic you want us to discuss. Our website is www.spectalespodcast.com or find us on Twitter and on Instagram. You can also shoot us a message anytime at spectalespodcast@gmail.comIf you're enjoying what you're listening to, do us a favor and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Positive reviews make the podcast easier to be found by other grail chasers like us.As always — thank you for listening.Spec Tales Artwork Created by Bartels Creative Co — www.bartelscreative.co

FC-Podcast
Die Comebacker: Mit dieser Mentalität geht auch noch was in Europa / Folge 141

FC-Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 35:55


Willkommen bei Baumgarts Comebackern! Dieser Effzeh gibt einfach nie auf und belohnt sich damit ein ums andere Mal. Wieder ein Punktgewinn nach Rückstand. Nach einem 2:2 in Leipzig diesmal ein 1:1 in Frankfurt. Eine Qualität, an der FC-Reporter Guido Ostrowski in seinem Rückblick auf diesen 3. Bundesliga-Spieltag große Freude hat. Auch wenn diesmal der Videobeweis ein bisschen mitgeholfen hat ;-) Und von der Bundesliga geht es dann auch gleich mitten rein in den Warm up zur Conference League. Der Effzeh liegt nach dem Hinspiel der Playoffs gegen Fehervar mit 1:2 zurück und Guido hofft, dass auch hier die Comebacker wieder zuschlagen werden...

Bourbon and Badges
Untitled Episode

Bourbon and Badges

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 70:29


Tylor Lewis with Homeland Security is hanging out with the guys in Studio 77 for this episode. Tylor is somewhere in Texas protecting the border, but took the time to call in. Wiseman, Kentucky Straight Bourbon is the drink of choice. Listen in as the guys ramble on with Tylor about homeland security and topics of the day. The guy's converse about nothing in general and go off topic. So, kick back with your dog named Guido, pour yourself a stout drink and enjoy the ride.  Support the show

Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots
436: Welcoming our new co-host Victoria Guido

Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 24:58


Victoria Guido is the new Associate Director of Business Development and DevOps Strategy at thoughtbot, and is joining Chad as co-host of the show! Chad talks with Victoria about getting involved in DevOps work, transitioning to agile, moving away from her old community which was based on geography, and tips for people onboarding into a new role. Follow Victoria on Twitter (https://twitter.com/victori_ousg) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/victorialguido/). Follow thoughtbot on Twitter (https://twitter.com/thoughtbot) or LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/150727/). Become a Sponsor (https://thoughtbot.com/sponsorship) of Giant Robots! Transcript: CHAD: This is the Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots Podcast, where we explore the design, development, and business of great products. I'm your host, Chad Pytel. And with me today is Victoria Guido, the new Associate Director of Business Development and DevOps Strategy at thoughtbot, and wait for it, the new co-host of this very podcast with me. Victoria, thank you for joining me on the show for this episode, for joining me at thoughtbot, and now for joining me as the co-host of the show. VICTORIA: You're welcome. Thank you for having me. CHAD: You do all of those things, right? [laughs] VICTORIA: Yes, yes. CHAD: So I'm hoping that we can introduce folks to you. I'm excited to have you on the show and for the audience to get to know you. Let's start with your role at thoughtbot. I think maybe you have the esteem of having the longest title at thoughtbot right now. [chuckles] VICTORIA: Yes, I love it, Associate Director of Business Development and DevOps Strategy. So I'm not only doing business development but also planning our DevOps services and how we do that at thoughtbot. CHAD: And you're on the Mission Control team, which for folks who follow along or want to go back and listen, we had Joe, who is the CTO of thoughtbot and the interim Managing Director of the Mission Control team, which is our new DevOps team and Site Reliability Engineering team, that's Episode 403. So I will link that in the show notes, but it's at giantrobots.fm/403 as well. So, how did you get involved in DevOps work? VICTORIA: Right. So I first went to my first DevOps meetup in 2017 when I was living in Washington, D.C. I had been working in IT and operations for about 5 or 10 years at that point. And I went to a DevOps meetup and met some really nice guys, and they were very...what I liked about it was that it was both the technology side and about culture. And it was about how do we break down silos between different groups, and then bring in the automation and start to do next level type of operations? So that's how I started to get involved. And I started attending the meetups regularly and then became an organizer for the meetup and for the conference series. And that's when I became like the biggest DevOps person in D.C. probably. [laughs] CHAD: Did you end up moving from the general IT work that you were doing into more DevOps focus work along that way? VICTORIA: Yeah, at that time, that was when as a federal contractor, you know, agile had been around for quite a while. And I had been through several agile transformations with large program teams. And now DevOps was becoming more of a thing. And the project that I was on at the time was managing a large set of federal websites and was managing the build pipeline and process for how they got their code into the public's view and how they managed the servers and all the other back-end services that supported those applications. So DevOps was both top of mind for the government. [laughs] They were trying to now be able to deploy as frequently as they were able to build new features. And it was part of the work that I was performing as well. CHAD: You mentioned you were doing government work at the time. What was that like? What kind of work was it? VICTORIA: Yeah, actually, my first job after college, my first full-time job, was at Citizenship and Immigration Services. And it was about a 200-person program. Some of the applications were actually written in Siebel. And so we had just a variety of different applications from Siebel to Java. And they had just transitioned to agile. And so that was taking a team that was managing Oracle releases and bringing them into a kanban style workflow and figuring out how do we be agile when we're in maintenance mode, and bring the team along with me? And I worked my way up from a process engineer to project management and did a little bit of testing and a little bit of development in between. So it was interesting because it was a major transformational shift for that agency and still getting steeped in ITIL processes and how to do unit testing, acceptance testing, and all of those other kinds of critical processes for building applications. It was good. CHAD: What does transitioning to agile mean when you talk about groups that size? You're talking about unit tests and that kind of thing, which can be part of agile, but I assume isn't the only aspect of it. VICTORIA: Yeah, I think for that group, it was about changing the way we planned and managed work and figuring out what processes could we automate. So is there testing that we could automate or test data creation we could automate? And I think there are some concepts from agile that helped our planning, for example, making a physical board to manage which environments has which versions of Oracle in it. Those types of concepts of just kind of stepping away from your computer and getting together with the group every day to talk about what issues they're running into that's kind of what it was. But there was still, of course, documentation requirements, big documentation requirements, and everything like that. So it was an interesting sort of half transition or tailored approach to doing agile with that type of team. CHAD: And then from there, you moved into ongoing sort of consulting companies that worked with government. VICTORIA: Yes, I worked for two pseudo-government financial organizations, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation and Fannie Mae, so my next two roles as a project manager and system engineer. So at Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, I got exposed to more system engineering and security engineering, working with their mobile device management policy, and actually designing the mobile device management to match DISA STIG. Sorry, I'm doing a lot of acronyms out here. [laughter] You can stop me if I use too many. But that was really interesting and also upgrading their system, they were using to manage change for the organization so their ITIL services management tool. Going through the process of upgrading that project and coordinating across all the teams who delivered software at the agency was fascinating. I went on to Fannie Mae, where I started to really build knowledge bases and start to build out actually using SharePoint at the time. [laughs] But figuring out ways to share knowledge across large teams and other large production support services teams, and how to get them collaborating so they could improve themselves and do continuous improvement, and learn what other groups are doing. CHAD: That's one area where I honestly don't have a ton of experience. Most of my professional experience has been at thoughtbot or other smaller organizations. How do you manage that, or what are the big differences between large organizations like that and something at the thoughtbot size or smaller? VICTORIA: The biggest difference between a large organization like that and a small one like thoughtbot would be I think of how change gets generated and started. In a small organization with a culture like thoughtbot, change can come from anywhere and very quickly have permeated the entire organization. With a larger organization, you can have leaders try to force change from the top down. And you'll see individuals some will be 100% on board. Others will figure out how to qualify what they're already doing to fit that change. And some others will just be full-on resistance and just kind of be waiting for the next leader to come in so they can switch into whatever they were doing before. And there is also that organic change that comes from individuals and then pushes up to the rest of the organization. But I think it's much harder, and you have to have a lot of will and a lot of support from leadership that they're accepting of those types of ideas. CHAD: I think it's the nature of groups and companies to want to grow. Do you think that there's any way to preserve that smaller culture as an organization grows? VICTORIA: I think so. I think it's possible if you integrate it into part of your core values, and that becomes a part of how you interview, and how you do performance reviews, and how you build your culture as a company. I think you can build it on those tenets. I think in some organizations, there's usually some form of acquisition where you acquired a team from a contracting company, or you acquired a team of federal employees from another agency when you restructured. So it makes it a little bit more challenging to really integrate that part of your culture into every step, but it is possible. And you also have to accept that not everyone might be on board all the time. CHAD: Well, I think that that is probably the biggest challenge is even in a larger organization, if you foster a culture where change can happen from anywhere, it's not necessarily top down. Transferring that knowledge or that practice throughout the whole organization is really difficult. Like if it's thousands or tens of thousands of people, adopting a change seems really difficult to me. So even if things are really organic coming from all levels of the company, you could end up in a scenario where everything is being done differently, everywhere. VICTORIA: Yeah, and I think, too, when you're in a larger organization, there's more context for every unit. And so you can think this is a change we're going to do. This is going to be great. But then, once you actually see the way that people work, that change might not actually help them that much. And so I think that if people have autonomy to be able to make changes that make sense for them, that's more likely to be effective than if we tried to push change from the top down necessarily. And being in my position as a contractor, I really don't have authority to make a lot of changes. CHAD: [chuckles] Right. VICTORIA: So either I have someone backing me up, or I really get to know the individuals that I'm working with. And I can demonstrate and show them that there's a better way of doing it and do it in a way that gives it to them as an option so they can choose to adopt it. And that's usually the only option I have to give anyway, [laughs] so that's been effective because people do want to be better at their jobs or be more efficient. But a lot of times, I think the changes aren't really addressing their problem, and so it can be easy to push it aside. Mid-Roll Ad: Are you an entrepreneur or start-up founder looking to gain confidence in the way forward for your idea? At thoughtbot, we know you're tight on time and investment, which is why we've created targeted 1-hour remote workshops to help you develop a concrete plan for your product's next steps. Over four interactive sessions, we work with you on research, product design sprint, critical path, and presentation prep so that you and your team are better equipped with the skills and knowledge for success. Find out how we can help you move the needle at: tbot.io/entrepreneurs CHAD: So you mentioned you got involved in DevOps DC and then as an organizer. I know you also started to work with Women Who Code. Why did you get involved in the organization of DevOps DC and that kind of thing? Was there a business or a personal reason to do it? VICTORIA: It was both. It made sense from a networking perspective, both in potential customers or clients and in recruiting. But also, I think it made sense. For me personally, the people who were showing up regularly were my kind of people, you know, [laughs] people who cared about blameless post mortems or feeling open or making me feel welcome when I came to the meetup. That was a big reason why I got involved. And it just made sense for me, too, because I was coming from an operations background. I'm like, oh, DevOps, this is the way that we're supposed to be doing things. [laughs] CHAD: So you were really involved in the D.C. community and had been there for a while. But you recently moved to California. VICTORIA: Yes, yeah. I've been in San Diego for almost two years, about a year and a half at this point. Yeah, big moves. CHAD: What was it like to move away from your old community, which was so based on geography? VICTORIA: Yeah, it was sad, but it was interesting how it worked out with the pandemic because when we found out we were going to move, was when everything shut down, and we went slowly remote anyways. And so I continued running DevOps DC remotely and some Women Who Code events for about a year afterwards. And then, when I decided it was time to really shift away and actually be more present in the San Diego community, especially when the other meetups started going back to in-person meetups, that was actually really hard to say goodbye and to say that I wasn't going to be organizing anymore. And I really miss all my past organizers and people who would come to the events. CHAD: Has it been difficult to form a new community locally given the pandemic? VICTORIA: Yeah, I've looked at quite a few meetups. There are a number of good meetups here in San Diego, and LA has a great scene as well. But yeah, it's been hard for myself to just get out of the house and to find similar groups that have those same interests. That's been a challenge, but I think it's coming along, and we'll get there. CHAD: And along the way, you joined thoughtbot. I'm curious, what were the things, in particular, that attracted you to the role or to thoughtbot? What were you looking for personally? VICTORIA: Personally, I knew that business development was an area that fit my skill sets really well, and the things I like to do like going out, and networking, and talking to people. And this role, in particular with the DevOps strategy in there, really excited me because I could use all of these hours and hours I've spent in meetups and conferences to good use to help develop services within thoughtbot that are really tailored to our specific user groups and needs. And to work with highly skilled, highly regarded engineers and developers on developing these products I thought was really exciting. And then thoughtbot as a company, in particular, I found the interview process to be really well thought out with, for example, I knew that it was going to be a long interview process. So there is a compensation that you can receive just for interviewing. And I thought that was something that was really nice [laughs] and also just showed that approach of being aware of the candidate's experience and wanting to have that be a good experience and a worthwhile endeavor. So that was part of why I liked thoughtbot. Open source was a big consideration for me. I wanted to work somewhere where they were passionate about giving back to the open-source community, and all that together brought me here and made the most sense. CHAD: Cool. Do you have any tips for people onboarding into a new role? Or maybe even if it's not tips, was there something that you did intentionally when day one or day minus one you're thinking about, okay, tomorrow I'm getting started? How did you approach that? VICTORIA: One of the biggest advice I give to people who are starting a new role is to schedule one on ones with members of your team and get to know them as individuals, especially in remote environment since you don't necessarily have a chance to go out for coffee, [chuckles] just to have a quick one on one and get to know them a little bit more in your role and figure out where you can start to add value. I think that's a great way to start. And then to just develop your list of ideas for where you think you can add value, some outstanding questions for where you need to understand more. And I think the other advice would be to engage in the social channels. I think my first day, I posted a picture of my dog on the dogs' channel. [laughter] And just like, let your personality show a little bit. And don't be afraid to post in a large channel, especially if you know the culture of the company is open to that kind of collaboration. And then people start to see your face and get to know you a little bit more, and you feel more connected to your company. CHAD: Were you nervous when you joined on your first day? VICTORIA: Yeah, a little nervous. And I'm also aware of just having been a federal contractor that some people might hear that and have an impression of my style or the way I like to work. And so I'm a little aware of like, oh, I definitely don't want to wear a blazer. I don't want to look too corporate. [laughter] CHAD: That's funny. Yeah, one time, we were meeting in sales meetings with clients, and we wanted to establish that we were not a typical consulting company. And so intentionally going to a sales meeting wearing a t-shirt or something like that was a statement, like an intentional choice we were making to subtly communicate what kind of company we are. So that resonates with me. VICTORIA: Right. [laughs] CHAD: So now that you've been here for...oh, geez, how long has it been? [chuckles] VICTORIA: It's almost a month. CHAD: Almost a month. Was there anything that surprised you? VICTORIA: There have been a few small things that I'm probably way too happy about. One is just the actual page count in contracts is just way lower than what I've had to work with in the past, [laughter] which is very exciting for me. I was really happy to see...I went to go add a custom Slack emoji, and there were already like 2,000-plus Slack emojis. So that was really exciting for me. [laughs] Surprising...the part that's interesting is, in some cases, as a consulting company, it is the same problems that we're trying to solve for. So, in that case, it's almost expected, but it's interesting. So to see some things like what thoughtbot has, a playbook in GitHub, and anyone can edit it. And that was something I was really trying to work on at my last position. And you're 5 or 10 years down the road where you've solved some of the issues where you have a nice editor so that people can go in and edit pages without using Markdown or pull requests. But it's still difficult. So it's interesting to see that some challenges have progressed a little and have still some different issues. CHAD: Yeah, it's always interesting to get a new person's perspective with fresh eyes. I've been doing this for a long time, and joining a new company remotely is different. Back when you were joining a Boston team or a San Francisco team, you could go into the office. And your first day, you'd be sitting right next to somebody and going to lunch with them. And that kind of thing is clearly very different now than it was then. VICTORIA: Right. And I did get to see everyone at Summit for one night. So that's exciting. CHAD: Yeah, that was exciting. So we happened to...I think the week before you started, or maybe two weeks before you started, we were having our company-wide in-person get-together in the United Kingdom. And you happened to be going to Germany for a wedding, right? VICTORIA: Mm-hmm. CHAD: So we tacked on to that trip and stole you for a day, and we were able to see each other in person. That was exciting. VICTORIA: It was really cool. Although I had a lot of FOMO once, I saw the next day was like D&D and a bunch of games and hanging out. I was like, wow, I'd really like to stay longer. [laughs] CHAD: Yeah, yeah. Well, we'll do it again next year. [laughs] VICTORIA: Yeah, that's true. CHAD: Mission control is the one team at thoughtbot that works on clients that is cross time zone, so most of the teams overlap with clients 100% with time zone. So it'll be people in the Americas work with clients in the Americas. But the Mission Control so that we could provide a wide swath of time zone coverage for that infrastructure work, for that support that we do, crosses the teams. So one person on your team is in Nigeria, and you're all the way in San Diego. What's that like? How do you manage that? VICTORIA: Yes, well, everyone on the team makes sure to update their availability in their calendars so that we aren't accidentally scheduling meetings really late in the day for folks who are on that UK time zone. It's been all right, though. I'm used to asynchronous communication, and so is the team. So I think that we're really good at being able to use Jira and Confluence and Slack to communicate. And we are open with each other on where we're flexible if we need to make meetings a little bit later. And everyone's been really supportive of not trying to have meetings too early with me, which I appreciate, [laughter] 8:00 o'clock is totally fine, though. It's actually been good. I'm used to the asynchronous communication. I actually would even be open to more meetings that are done just over Slack and just when people wake up. CHAD: I think there are different philosophies here. But I'm very much in the camp of assuming we want to work a sustainable pace, which we do, then you can't build a culture around synchronous meetings where everyone needs to be on the meeting together because it's basically impossible. Those two things are at odds. Someone will be outside of their regular work hours, and that's really hard to continue on sustainably. So I'm very much in the camp of having a culture of asynchronous communication. And that doesn't mean that you never talk. [laughs] It doesn't mean that you don't work with each other. But maybe those times should be focused on what can't be replicated asynchronously, which is sometimes the social connections, the cultural connections of the team. VICTORIA: Yeah, and I think we get a kick out of saying like, "Good morning, Victoria, and good evening, Olamide." [laughs] CHAD: Cool. Well, I'm sure folks will get to know you more over the course of the next episodes. I really appreciate you joining the show. If folks want to follow along with you or get in touch with you, where are the best places for them to do that? VICTORIA: I'm more active on Twitter, and so you can follow me there. And I tend to like and retweet a bunch of DevOps-related events and Women Who Code events. And I'm also on LinkedIn. CHAD: So what's that Twitter handle? VICTORIA: It's @victori_ousg. CHAD: Okay. We'll include a link to that in the show notes. You can subscribe to the show and find notes along with an entire transcript for this episode at giantrobots.fm. If you have questions or comments, email us at hosts@giantrobots.fm. And I'm so excited it's not just going to be me on that email list anymore. So definitely send an email. And you can find me on Twitter at @cpytel. This podcast is brought to you by thoughtbot and produced and edited by Mandy Moore. Thanks so much for listening. Victoria, thank you again. VICTORIA: Thank you CHAD: And see you next time. ANNOUNCER: This podcast was brought to you by thoughtbot. thoughtbot is your expert design and development partner. Let's make your product and team a success.

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