Today's guest is Eric Reinhardt, CEO and co-founder of Helio, which makes it simple for customers to transition off fossil fuels and fully electrify their homes. The home electrification process in most of the U.S. is not a seamless experience. Homeowners approach electrification with different needs. Some have to upgrade broken equipment, whereas others opt for a total rehab. But having to piece together a variety of seemingly related projects requires working with multiple contractors, contracts, and challenges that could limit widespread adoption. Helio is making a bet that there is a growing segment of homeowners who are motivated to electrify the whole stack of their homes, from rooftop solar and HVAC to water heaters, EV chargers, and more. The company aims to provide customers with a roadmap for achieving that while also doing the actual installation work. Given all of the tax credits and rebates coming online for home electrification as part of the Inflation Reduction Act and other local programs, more homeowners will likely be looking at this problem. And with a third of emissions coming from residential buildings, Helio's solution could make a significant dent in their goal of electrifying millions of homes. Their roadmap solution educates homeowners and helps them plan for the amount of power they'll need as they pursue home improvement projects. In this episode, Eric and Cody have a great chat about his background as well as his co-founders, what he's learned from customer interest thus far, how they can provide home estimates at scale, and how he sees Helio growing in the future. We're honored that our venture fund at MCJ Collective is an investor in Helio, and I hope you enjoy the conversation.In this episode, we cover: [3:39] Eric's background at Sunrun and personal electrification journey [7:08] How he met Helio's co-founders and started the company [9:56] The home electrification process today and Helio's net zero roadmap solution [13:56] Need for customer education [16:41] The risk for contractors to take on new technology like heat pumps [19:41] Helio's estimating process and accurate design[23:22] An overview of ducted vs ductless or mini split systems [28:21] Helio's customer experience and how they manage handoffs with contractors [31:57] Financing projects and Helio's vision of moving to a subscription model [35:02] Role of insulation and sealing [40:54] Job opportunities at Helio and how to applyGet connected: Cody's TwitterHelio TwitterMCJ Podcast / Collective*You can also reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on October 7, 2022.
OFERECIMENTO: Ciclo Rotas SP CCR, um projeto feito por ciclistas para ciclistas. Conheça.Ultracoffee -> compre com o CUPOM: gregario10 aqui DESCRIÇÃO: Recém-chegado de mais uma participação vitoriosa no Brasil Ride, o treinador Helio Souza tem fresco na cabeça o planejamento dos seus atletas para o OFF SEASON. A pausa após uma temporada exigente é essencial e ele revela como lida com seus diferentes ciclistas. Quais os limites e quais as oportunidades que essa época do ano proporciona. Descanso é treino? Escute a opinião do Helio nesse episódio. PRODUÇÃO E APRESENTAÇÃO: Leandro Bittar, Alvaro Pacheco e Nicolas Sessler CONVIDADO: Helio SouzaSiga o @gregario_cycling nas redes sociais: https://instabio.cc/gregariocyclingl#offseason #treinamento #ciclismo #ciclismobrasil #perfomance #atleta #vidadeatleta #mountainbike #brasilride #psicologiaesportiva #podcastdeciclismo #greagriocyclingThis podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
#PedroSauer #MarkSchultz #mmahistory Pedro Sauer Jiu-Jitsu Legend DEEPDIVE w/Mark Schultz (ep. 136)Pedro Sauer earned hisblack belt from Helio and Rickson Gracie an he was named the best BJJ instructor in the world at the start of the millenium. Anytime you can hear this man talk it i worth it, but for this episode, we are joined by a seconf legend - Olympic gold medalist and Pedro Sauer black belt Mark Schultz. Always an honor, we thank Mark for his help in making this happen.Subscribe to the Lytes Out Podcast, home of the MMA DEEPDIVE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnyrswDJ9PkNHqFLOMfIdZw Also, don't forget to join our clips channel for more short-form content - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdcebSeWpoMqcotWR_1rHnQ Socials: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/lytesoutpodcast/ iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lytes-out-podcast/id1568575809 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/3q8KsfqrSQSjkdPLkdtNWb Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LytesOutPodcast/ Cash App - $mikedavis1231Venmo - Mike-Davis-63ZELLE: Cutthroatmma@gmail.com / ph#: 773-491-5052 Patreon - Lytesoutpodcast@gmail.comThank for listening to Pedro Sauer Jiu-Jitsu Legend DEEPDIVE w/Mark Schultz (ep. 136)Follow the #LOP team on Instagram: Chris - @chrislightsoutlytle Mike - @mikedavis632 Miguel - @iturratemOutro song: Power - https://tunetank.com/t/2gji/1458-power#MMA #UFC #NHB #LytesOutPodcast #LytesOut #MixedMartialArts #ChrisLytle #MMADetective #MiguelIturrate #MikeDavis #MMAHistory #OldSchoolMMA #FightPodcast #FightTalk #DEEPDIVE #FiftyFightClub #MMAPodcast #FightPodcastSupport the show
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Dr. Robert Gish is the Medical Advisor to Helio Genomics and the Medical Director of the Hepatitis B Foundation and is looking for answers to questions related to who is most at risk for liver cancer. He is also working to improve blood testing to diagnose liver cancer earlier by looking for tumor material that shows methylated DNA changes. Robert explains, "So, one of the biggest messages I would have is the deficiency in surveillance for liver cancer. Screening is the first test, and surveillance is ongoing testing. Some people get confused with the word screening, unfortunately. We are not testing patients for liver cancer anywhere near what we should. Probably 20%, one out of five, people are getting proper surveillance when they're at risk for liver cancer." "Let's talk about at risk. That's a second message. Identifying people with risk, which is cirrhosis, 80%, 85% of people with liver cancer have cirrhosis, is also inadequate. We need to teach people how to find out if somebody has cirrhosis without doing a liver biopsy. We have great tools, but the education of the medical community and patient community needs to be much more robust, in my opinion." @HepBFoundation #HelioGenomics #CancerDetection #LiverCancer #BeatCancerEarly #Stage4NoMore hepb.org heliogenomics.com Download the transcript here
Dr. Robert Gish is the Medical Advisor to Helio Genomics and the Medical Director of the Hepatitis B Foundation and is looking for answers to questions related to who is most at risk for liver cancer. He is also working to improve blood testing to diagnose liver cancer earlier by looking for tumor material that shows methylated DNA changes. Robert explains, "So, one of the biggest messages I would have is the deficiency in surveillance for liver cancer. Screening is the first test, and surveillance is ongoing testing. Some people get confused with the word screening, unfortunately. We are not testing patients for liver cancer anywhere near what we should. Probably 20%, one out of five, people are getting proper surveillance when they're at risk for liver cancer." "Let's talk about at risk. That's a second message. Identifying people with risk, which is cirrhosis, 80%, 85% of people with liver cancer have cirrhosis, is also inadequate. We need to teach people how to find out if somebody has cirrhosis without doing a liver biopsy. We have great tools, but the education of the medical community and patient community needs to be much more robust, in my opinion." @HepBFoundation #HelioGenomics #CancerDetection #LiverCancer #BeatCancerEarly #Stage4NoMore hepb.org heliogenomics.com Listen to the podcast here
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It's the 150th Episode Special! After 150 episodes, Rob and Roller do absolutely nothing different. Topics covered: Helio, Lundgaard sign contract extensions WillyP the Pole Master Kurt Busch update Front Row Joe returns Who is next for Project 91? Ryan Blaney signs extension, might miss playoffs Our favorite liveries period ARCA antics Rob defends ARCA Will Almirola return? Will Kimi return? Does YRB make the playoffs? No one can catch SVG Outstanding performances Roller's Featured Week in Racing
Whether an organization emerges from a crisis with trust, reputation, and competitive position intact is not a function of the severity of the crisis event, but rather of the timeliness and quality of the response. This Master Class with Helio Fred Garcia will focus on the drivers of trust, and the importance of having the right decision criteria to make smart choices quickly. We will cover the decision criteria for what to do and say, and for when to do and say it, so that we protect trust, reputation, and competitive position. We will also cover a technique for restoring trust when it has been lost. Want to learn more from Helio Fred Garcia? Buy his book Agony of Decision!
61. Entonces a pesar de todo, nuestro planeta se dirige hacia la unión con la Confederación Cósmica? 62. Qué sucedió con ellos? 63. Por qué Ra-Mor se estableció en el norte de África? 64. Cuál fue la necesidad de construir la estrella de seis puntas? 65. Entonces lo que debo entender es, que el ser energético está formado de miles de millones de estrellas de 6 puntas? 66. Quieren decir que ustedes son los elementos Éter y Helio? 67. Por qué cuando la descendencia de Ra se mezcló con la descendencia de Adam, comenzó su decadencia? 68. Por qué se desglosaron en millones de pensamientos? 69. Cuándo la descendencia de Ra se mezcló con la descendencia de Adam que sucedió con ellos? • Continuemos con las preguntas... 70. Las dimensiones inferiores y de creatividad, dónde se encuentran? 71. Qué significa Cinabrio? 72. Cuando el Yeti sea colocado en el exterior, qué sucederá con el hombre?
“So the plan is settled then,” Orion said. “Imogen will take Mimi to sell the wands we found in the Humming Forest. Juniper and I will network and find some new missions or locations to scour. And the rest of you will be sure to just enjoy yourselves. We’ve been working hard lately, and you all deserve a fun night on the town.”Helio chimed in, “ We will arrive at 13:00 local time, so the sun will have already set by then. The Chimera will be parked overnight in the harbor, so feel free to embark and disembark as you please. However, we aim to depart tomorrow at 06:00, so please return at least an hour before that.”“Ok everyone, enjoy your day off on the ship, and let’s regroup at 12:00 for dinner, and then we will deboard together after that,” Juniper said standing up. “Meeting adjourned. Hop to everyone; disperse!”The Dynamos left the bridge and went about their day aboard the Chimera. Juniper headed to the greenhouse off of the laboratory to meditate. Mimi joined her there to sketch some of the plants in her research journal. Delta went to the kitchen to start preparing food for the group and Bo joined, partially to learn some more about cooking, but also to be able to snack all day. Imogen made their way to the lab to grab the wands she had been studying before whisking them away to the library for more research. Fig and Salem first went to their room together and hung out there for a while before making their way to the rumpus room to play with the instruments and games. Vesper, Ash, Nico, and Helio all went to the gym where Vesper and Helio chatted while on treadmills, and Ash and Nico sparred on the mats. Orion stayed behind on the bridge to make sure the ship stayed its course and to work on their favorite task; data management and cleanup.Salvagers is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Around 12:00, everyone convened and had dinner together in the mess hall. Delta and Bo brought out bowls of a hearty stew they had made; enough to keep everyone energized but light enough so they would still have room to sample the snacks at the market. Afterward, Orion landed the ship in the dry harbor and spoke into the intercom, “We have arrived. The time is 13:13; make a wish and have fun!” And so the Dynamos disembarked the Chimera and made their way across the dry harbor to the Night Market. It was about a 15-minute walk along the paved path along the water’s edge. They could see the glowing bustle of the market in the distance with the quiet town of Calendula in the background.They eventually reached their destination and split off into small groups and made their way into the wooden structure that was the Night Market.Bo turned to Ash and admitted, “I’ve never actually been to the Night Market before. This is my first time.”“Well, then I’ll take you around! I grew up here and would come almost every night.” Ash bolted ahead of the group, turning to call out to Bo, “Come on! You have to see the Feasting Grounds first.” “Oh! Ok, yeah!” Bo said starting to jog to keep up with Ash. The two of them passed through the entrance and dove headlong into the fray. Bo’s senses were immediately overwhelmed by the shouting of the vendors, the dozens of ever-changing scents, the kaleidoscopic luminescence emitting from the lanterns strung up above the stall, and the warmth of the bodies packed into these narrow corridors.Ash guided the pair down the maze-like pathways — left, left, forward, right, squeeze through a narrow gap between two stalls, left, forward, forward, right. They bobbed and weaved through the crowded narrow passageways. Bo clung to Ash’s hand so he wouldn’t stumble or lose track of his friend. “Hey! Watch where you’re going!” someone called out as Ash and Bo dove past a delivery person precariously balancing a stack of boxes in their arms. The smallest parcel from the top of the pile fell off amid the hustle and bustle, but Bo stopped to pick it up and apologize to the courier. Ash paused for a moment and turned around when she noticed that Bo was no longer following behind.“We’re almost there! Just a little further,” Ash beckoned to Bo.Bo’s stomach gurgled a little. He stood back up and walked over to Ash. “I’m starving! But can we just walk this last bit? I wanna take in the sights a little more.” Ash nodded and the two walked further into the din of the crowds — right, squeeze, left, forward, right, right, left, forward.Eventually, the corridor gave way to a large courtyard. The drooping cloth that hung overhead to protect the halls from the elements came to an end. Bo looked up and saw an enormous canopy slope upward and stretch out above the square. Luminous multichromatic lanterns strung along the large wooden beams holding the fabric up illuminated the scene. In front of the two youths lay a wide courtyard filled with tables and chairs in a haphazardly strewn-about layout. People of all types sat and ate food and sipped on drinks; chatting and laughing — filling the Feasting Ground with a rumbling din.The edges of the square were lined along all sides with food vendors of every kind and every scent to match. Steam and smoke wafted into the crisp night air filling the canopy with a fragrant haze. Ash explained, “First, we have to go around to all the stalls and get all the free samples we can get our hands onto. Then, we can get something to eat and head over to the Promenade. If you stay in here too long, your clothes will just smell like food for the next forever.”After nearly gorging themselves on little pieces of meat or vegetable stuck onto tiny wooden skewers, thimbles of beverages, small cups of rice mixtures, little spoons of ice cream, and bits of fudges, Bo and Ash finally decided to get some vulture legs. The vendor took their money and handed each of them a large thigh bone, sizzling hot and shining with a sour glaze. Holding the drumsticks the size of their arms by the protruding bone, the youngest members of the Dynamos left the Feasting Grounds and strolled down some more halls until they reached the edge of the Night Market.Perpendicular to the market ran a stretch of green land. The lamps blazed above, bathing the greenery in a soft warm glow. The two of them walked along and talked of what they dreamed their life would become as salvagers while wrenching chunks of flesh off the roasted vulture thighs, gazing at the full moon overhead.Salem headed into the Night Market alone; they didn’t get much time to themself and getting lost in a crowd was one of their favorite ways to remedy this. Salem eventually found their way to a booth filled with scrolls and hand-written booklets. They ran their hand along the spines and eventually landed on a black leather-bound book called “Romancing the Rock.” After skimming it for a moment, Salem smiled to themself and reached into their bag to pull out their wallet, but it wasn’t there. “Looking for something?” Salem recognized the voice and looked up to see Nico standing in front of them dangling the wallet from their fingers. “Juniper wants to read it when you’re done. She had the sense yesterday that you were going to forget your wallet, so she sent me to bring it to you.” Salem grabbed the leather bifold and paid for the novel at the counter. The older woman there nodded and rang up the order. “13 circles, please.” Salem handed over two yellow bills with an equilateral triangle embossed on the front, and the shopkeep handed back 11 red paper bills with a circular mark along with the book. Salem stashed the cash back into their wallet, tucked the book and billfold into their bag, and stood up tall to face Nico.Nico asked Salem, “Have you been to the Night Market before?”“I came once when I was ten years old. I haven’t been back in 12 years, so I don’t remember much,” Salem said, tucking their prematurely graying hair behind their ear.“Let me show you around, then. There is a fortune teller on the western side I always go to see whenever I’m here. I hope he’s still around. Care to join me in my quest to find out?”Salem replied, “Yes. Let’s go.” The two of them walked in a single file line barely speaking to each other, simply taking in the sights and scents and the roar of the crowd. They stayed to the left, pushed along by the flow of foot traffic. After about a half hour, the two arrived at “Tandem and Tea.” The booth’s entrance was draped in a thick purple fabric.Nico quizzed Salem,” Have you ever heard of Tandem cards?”Salem confidently said, “Of course. The Tandem is a practice of either meditation or divination recovered from the Past era. An archivist named… what was it again?” Salem’s eyes darted up to the right to recall. “Yes, her name was Kiffin Henrie. In the year 266, while exploring in the North, Henrie found these symbolic cards centered around archetypal dualisms. After dedicating years of her life to the research, she published the deck of cards with an illustrated guidebook replete with all the imagery illustrated alongside the text. Kiffen Henrie called these ‘The Tandem,’ which has remained a popular practice for those without the sense.” Salem paused for a moment before commenting, “Juniper said that regular people really could tap into the sense using the Tandem, but I don’t really believe it.”“Care to test out that theory?” Nico said in a theatrically ominous tone as they pulled back the curtains. They entered the dimly lit booth that stretched away from the entrance a considerable distance. On all sides, a thick burgundy fabric draped in a way where the folds rippled in semi-circles down from the ceiling. A figure dressed in all white stood to greet them.“Welcome to Tandem and Tea, my name is Eunice. Please have a seat.” Eunice’s hair was long, ash blonde, and wavy, pulled back into a half ponytail to keep the loose strands out of his eyes. Eunice’s beard was a darker blonde with a strawberry tinge — full but trimmed neatly to frame his face. “What kind of tea would you like? We’ve got an herbal blend, a jolted blend, and a light blend.“Jolted for me,” said Salem. Nico nodded in agreement. “Two jolted, then.” Eunice gave them a nod and pulled on a string, which connected to a bell that was built into a square hole between this stall and the one next door. Eunice rang the bell twice, waited a moment, and then rang the bell twice again. “I have an arrangement with the cafe next door,” Eunice explained with a grin, “Please sit, sit!” Nico and Salem obliged arranging themselves across from the Eunice in front of a low table. “How may I be of assistance?”“Yeah, how about something for the team?” Nico checked in with Salem, who nodded in agreement. “What about a now, soon, and later spread?”“A classic. That will be 8 eight circles,” which Salem paid. “Start shuffling these, and while you do that, please tell me a little about the team. A crumb of context to precipitate the Tandem’s sense.” Salem took the stack of cards and did an over-hand shuffle while Nico explained, “We are a team of salvagers — the Dynamos if you’ve heard of us. We find things.” Eunice nodded, “Ah yes, your reputation certainly precedes you. You’re a bit more serious than I thought you might be with a name like that. Curious.”“Yes well, we have recently upgraded our ship to take on a team of apprentices to train. Salem here is one of them, while I’m from the original crew. My name is Nico, by the way.”“Cut the deck into two piles, please,” Eunice said to Salem, who obliged. “Now, back into one; however you choose. Very good, please pass them back to me.” Eunice took the stack of cards and flipped the top three into a row. Opportunity, Labor, and Division. The bell rang overhead, and a curtain lifted to reveal a small window. Eunice stood and passed the cups to Salem and Nico who blew on them to cool the tea. “Let’s begin!”Eunice pointed to the leftmost card. “Now is a time of opportunity, and it seems work will come to you soon. I’m curious what sort of jobs you will embark upon.” Eunice pulled two more cards and placed them below the first two; Deception and Curiosity. “Interesting; for salvagers, I bet it will be some sort of reconnaissance mission and perhaps some sort of exploration of some long-forgotten ruins. How exciting!“However, something tragic will happen later. Perhaps something will split your team? A disagreement perhaps? Let’s check.” Eunice pulled another card and placed it below Division; Descent. “Perhaps some great fall. The question now is whether this is something metaphorical or literal.” Eunice rifled through the deck and found two cards. He shuffled them back and forth and eventually took one in each hand and put them behind his back. “Left or right?”Salem quickly said, “Left!” Eunice revealed the Tandem card: Material. “Well, you'd better look out below!” Next time on Salvagers:Imogen and Mimi sell the magic wands from the Humming Forest, while Vesper and Delta relive their first date on their anniversary. Get full access to Salvagers at salvagers.substack.com/subscribe
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Orion arrived at the bridge and surveyed the room they spent most of their waking hours in. On the far side of the room, light poured down from the windows in the upper area. The faint sound of Helio’s tapping on the consoles drifted across the room, accompanied by beeps and hums bouncing off the exposed metal walls from the computers hard at work keeping The Chimera afloat. Two sets of stairs descended from the control station above on either side of the platform.In the lower area of the bridge sat the large circular meeting table Orion had custom ordered specifically for The Chimera when The Dynamos upgraded to a new ship six months ago in order to take on apprentices. Orion ran a hand along the four-meter-wide ring of hard lacquered black wood carved from a single slice ebony tree from the Jain mountains. Twelve matching stools with low backs and leather seats were mounted to the floor around the perimeter of the table. They had been coated in a black shell so they matched the ebony table.Orion sat in their chair at the head of the table; their back to the wall that rose to the upper area where the unaware Helio went about their work. In front of each seat, a console was mounted onto the table along the inner edge. Orion reached forward and swiped three fingers from top to bottom across the screen, which responded by lighting up and flashing the words Welcome Back Orion. A sound like the chime of a vibraphone cooed from the monitor as the words faded and the screen switched to the main navigation menu.“Orion, is that you? You scared me half to death!”“Good morning, Helio,” Orion said warmly. “Are the revised excursion debrief log templates prepared for this evening?”“Uh yeah… wait I’m in the middle of something. I’ll be right down!” Helio called out from the upper deck. Orion pressed a couple of buttons and the hologram projector flickered to life, projecting the three-dimensional map of the area along with a mini Chimera flying at the center — the terrain slowly scrolling below as the ship soared by.Salvagers is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Nico stared at their closet and thought, What to wear today? The black jumpsuit with the mock neck, or the black jumpsuit with leather straps? What a difficult decision! Eventually, they grabbed a third option — a black jumpsuit with a plunging-v neckline — and zipped it onto their body. “That’s the ticket!” they said to themself.Meanwhile, Fig stared at the mirror and blinked. Her long blonde hair retreated back into her scalp forming a cropped shaggy mullet. Her jaw sharpened and her brow bone protruded slightly. Her shoulders widened and her bust receded and became more muscular. He looked in the mirror and ran his fingers across the dark blonde stubble on his cheek. Shaking his head, Fig blinked once more and undid the transformations. And then blinked back and forth a few more times switching between the forms quickly.Juniper burst through the door to the bridge and announced, “I have a good feeling about today! The Night Market is going to be a success, I can feel it in my bones.” She rushed across the room and flung herself into the chair to the left of Orion, her braid swinging behind her like a tail. “You and me partner, we are gonna find something great for this team to do next. Our next gigs will be fruitful!”“I do not doubt it,” Orion said, briefly meeting Juniper’s gaze and smiling warmly before returning their attention to the map. They tapped a few icons on the console and the map zoomed out so that both The Chimera and The Dynamo’s destination — The Night Market of Calendula — were in view; a red dotted line depicting the ship’s trajectory.Salem then arrived at the bridge, turning on their sense to scan the room to see who was there and how they were feeling. Both Orion and Juniper had a golden aura about them — happy and excited. Salem saw the outline of Helio across the way; orange — a little anxious. “Hello everyone, the clouds were exceptionally fluffy today, did you see?!” As Salem walked across the room, they opened their mind and telepathically communicated to Helio, Hey, come on down now. I’m sure the log templates are fine. There is nothing to worry about, come join us.Roger that! Helio responded in his mind. He hit print on the log template and 12 copies spat out of the printer. He grabbed them and walked down the stairs. Salem sat down next to Juniper and engaged their console. Helio sat on the other side of Orion, holding the papers tight with both hands in their lap. It was then that Mimi entered the room, and sat down on the other side of Salem.“Good morning everyone! I hope you all slept well. Did anyone see anything interesting while exploring your dreamscapes?” she inquired. Mimi felt a large hand grip her shoulder and looked up to see Delta’s mustachioed face. She beamed as he sat down next to her. Vesper gracefully slipped into his seat directly across from Delta next to Helio, who relaxed his grip on the stack of papers and placed them on the tabletop. Nico stepped into the hall and took a left. The sound of their boots on the cool metal sent reverberations down the corridor. They got to the stairs and swung down and around the banister reaching the lower level. “Heeyyy! Are any of you kids heading to the bridge? Wanna walk together?”Fig had opted to blink a few more times in rapid succession when they heard Nico’s voice down the hall. Eyes shut, Fig opened the door to the hallway and said, “Nico, yes, hi! I’m here. I’m ready.”“Looking quite dapper today. Boy Fig is always so cute with that little curly mop of yours!”“You know I don’t like it when you call me Boy Fig and Girl Fig. I’m always just Fig,” he said plodding down the hall to the stairs.“I know, I’m just messing with you. Just Fig.” Nico put their arm around Fig’s shoulder and gave a quick squeeze. “I just wish you would try the no-hair look like me; you’ve got the head shape for it,” Nico proclaimed as they ran their fingers adorned with black dagger-like nails across their smooth scalp. “ I can just tell! Race you to the bridge?”“You’re on!”Juniper rose and walked hurriedly across the bridge. “One of them is going to get hurt, I can just feel it. And we don’t need to replace this door again.” She swung the door inward just as Fig and Nico were about to barge through. The two of them fell to the ground in a pile of giggles.“I’d say that’s a tie, wouldn’t you all?” Vesper said to the room. Fig and Nico burst out laughing. Salem couldn’t help but smile a little. Fig and Nico stood up. Fig rubbed his left hand and rotated his wrist, a shock of pain across his face. Delta and Mimi were too busy prodding at their consoles to look up until Vesper called out, “Delta, I think Fig got hurt, can you two Defenders check it out?” Fig took his arm over to Delta and Mimi, who gave it a once over before deciding it wasn’t critical and sending him to his seat two to the left of Delta’s.Paying little mind to the ruckus across the room, Orion said to Helio, “Where’s Ash and Bo? And Imogen! Call for them, won’t you?”Helio tapped the side of their headset and spoke into the microphone, “Bo and Ash; Good morning, Angels! Your presence is requested on the bridge. Don’t be late, got it?” Helio looked over at Orion who raised an eyebrow expectantly. “Oh yes, and Imogen, can you get up here too if it’s not too much trouble. Thank you, Imogen. Thanks!”Bo shot up like a rocket, his curly ringlets exploding off of his head in all directions. He jumped from his mossy linen-covered bed across the room onto Ash’s flaming quilt. She was still sleeping and the two of them needed to get upstairs now. He shouted and shook her to no avail. So, Bo did the only thing he could think of. He grabbed the half-full glass of water from the side table and dumped it onto Ash’s face, recoiling immediately knowing this would not garner a peaceful reaction from Ash.Her eyes opened immediately and she gave a furious screech looking around in confusion. She saw Bo sitting on her bed, but before she could yell anymore, Bo said, “Come on, we’re late! Do you want Orion mad at us again?” Ash quieted herself and shook her head, slicking back the shock of hair on the top of her head away from her face. “Let’s get dressed. But don’t dump water on me again, kid. Got it?” Ash grabbed a red jumpsuit and orange leather sandals. She took one moment to look out the window as she sprayed a little too much of an acrid cologne onto her form. She waited in the doorway as her younger roommate, no longer a child but not quite an adolescent got dressed“Sir, yes sir!” Bo said, throwing on a green sweater and some brown shorts, almost running out of the room barefoot. Ash held out an arm and pointed at Bo’s feet. Bo quickly threw on some sandals. The two of them sprinted down the hall and up the stairs, barely able to catch their breath. As they hit the final landing before the stairs that led up to the bridge, a pair of hands grabbed them by the collars and stopped them in their tracks.Imogen, tall with deep skin and hair twisted into locks held back by a purple headband, stood over the two young ones. Imogen let go of Ash and Bo’s shirts and breathed out loudly through her lips. Raising her arms into the air, with a knit shawl dangling over her shoulders, Imogen said, “Alright, breathe in.” Ash and Bo closed their eyes and inhaled. “That’s right, hold it at the top. And release. Good.” All three of them exhaled in unison. They then breathed in and out a few more breaths before opening their eyes and looking at each other.“We are calm, cool, and collected, yes?” Bo and Ash nodded in agreement. Imogen led them up the stairs and through the doors into the bridge. “We’re all here, no need to fuss. These two were just with me finishing up some experiments on the wands we found in the Humming forest. Shall we start?” Imogen said smiling at Orion and Juniper.Imogen then sat down between Delta and Fig. Nico was seated to Fig’s left. Into the seat next to Nico slid Bo, who immediately began to fiddle with the touch screen console. And finally, Ash sat between Bo and Vesper, completing the circle.Orion nodded to Helio who said, “The time is now 04:29! Great job being on time everyone. That’s got to be a record. Shall we begin?” Helio looked up and Orion who smiled warmly in approval.“Yes, let’s commence!”Next time on Salvagers!The Dynamos head down to Calendula to visit the Night Market. Get full access to Salvagers at salvagers.substack.com/subscribe
“Goooood morning good morning!” Helio said brightly into the microphone on their headset, their voice crackling over the intercoms in every room of the ship. “It’s time to get your cute little booties up. I’ll give you all a moment to stretch out those glutes before we start the morning announcements.” Helio put their feet up onto the console and wiggled their toes, marveling at their own handiwork in the form of sloppily and hastily painted magenta nail polish. They leaned back in the mounted chair and stretched their arms above their head with a groan. Helio then lazily sat back up and began fiddling with the dials to pull up the log and reports the ship had generated for that day.Salvagers is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Vesper sat up in bed and reached over to pick up the cup of water sitting on the bedside table. He blinked a couple of times and smiled as he looked out the window to see a bright blue sky. Vesper swung his legs out from under the covers, a teal linen duvet with golden leaves embroidered along the edges, and strolled over to see what fresh sights the ship had to offer. He peered through the circular triple-paned glass and saw the stretches of ocean miles below, fluffy white clouds with the bright morning light illuminating them.After downing the entire glass of water, Vesper set it on the nightstand and jumped back onto the bed. “Delta…” he cooed. “Wakey wakey!” Delta opened one eye to look at his partner, grumbled, and then turned away burrowing into the blankets.“Well, that’s no way to start a morning!” Vesper said, pulling away the blankets and revealing Delta’s muscular arms before delicately placing little kisses all over his face and neck, and arms. Delta turned back and smiled devilishly before pulling Vesper in for a kiss.“Alright, let’s get up,” Delta sighed. He went to sit up but instead pulled Vesper into a bear hug. “Actually five more minutes, ok?” Mimi had already been awake for an hour or so when Helio’s message fizzled through the speakers. Her roommate always managed to wake her up with the noise as they scrambled to get ready and deliver the morning announcements on time. Mimi didn’t mind so much though. She used the time to enjoy the sunrise and to journal. She got into the shower and made the water scalding hot; no one else was awake yet, so the hot water was all hers to hog. She lathered her tan skin and brown curly hair with flower potions and serums and breathed in the scents, lavishing in every moment. Mimi stepped out of the shower and wrapped herself in a towel before sitting down at her vanity, or rather the standard desk that came with the room which she had transformed into a vanity replete with mirrors and lights and small bottles and tubes and boxes of cosmetics. Helio’s voice entered the bedroom through the speaker again. “Today is the 21st day of the 5th month; the 133rd day of the year 497. The time is 02:22. Today we will arrive at Calendula. The local forecast is medium-warm — like 60 degrees — and partly cloudy today. It’s gonna be a bit nippy tonight though. Today’s agenda includes a visit to the Night Market this evening. Please report to the bridge by 04:30. Ok, see you all soon! Love ya mean it! Kisses!” Mimi poured some oil out of a long emerald-colored glass bottle with round ridges that smelled of moss and earth, rubbing it into her skin. She pulled on a burnt orange knit cropped jumper over a gray linen tank top with some matching linen pants. She slid her feet into black leather sandals before sitting back down at the vanity and painting a line of black along her lash line and applying some orange blush to her cheeks and lips. Satisfied, she stood and walked out of the room and down the hall to join her roommate, Helio.Juniper stared blankly into her cup of tea, the green leaves swirling around at the bottom. She blinked herself back into full consciousness and put the cup down on her desk. Half-dazed, she picked up the small gold mister from the ground, filled it with water, sprinkled in a pink crystalline powder, gave it a swirl, and began to pump away at the mechanism. Water sprayed in a fine mist from the nozzle, Juniper guiding the cloud of dew onto the shrine of plants underneath the circular window. One pink flower looked up at her and smiled. Juniper winked back.She whipped around to the mirror, stared at the green overalls, nodded at herself in approval, pulled the wooden pin from the loose bun on her head, and gave her head a shake; long white hair cascaded down around her face. She reached up and braided it into one long plait down the back of her head that reached down to her waist. She spun around, the braid continuing to spin around her neck like a snake about to throttle its victim. She spun the other direction, her arms out to give her momentum.Juniper gave herself one more shake all over her body and said to herself, “Common, birdie, today’s gonna be a good one.”Salem promptly woke up with the first announcement. Deep amber eyes opening wide, they sat up, swung their legs out of bed, and raised their hands high over their head. They rose and then dove down stretching out their spine and back muscles. Reaching for the nightstand, they grabbed a prepared glass of water and downed it swiftly. They quickly made their bed with precision before turning about-face and walking into the washroom. A brief scalding hot shower later, Salem returned and donned their black linen wide-legged pants and matching cross-body muscle wrap-tank top and moved over to the counter by the window.Salem flipped the switch on the already full kettle which began to whir to life. They opened the lid of a small black ceramic jar and grasped the small wooden spoon that fit perfectly into a notch in the lid. They scooped exactly ten beans — five red, three black, and two white — from the jar into a stone mortar. Grabbing the matching pestle, they quietly but firmly ground the beans into a fine paste which they deposited into a copper vessel that stood on legs with a spout coming from the bottom. By the time the transfer was complete, the kettle came to a rolling boil, which Salem then poured into the copper dispenser. While the morning brew’s ingredients steeped, Salem took a moment to gaze out the window at the clouds below. They picked up a small notebook from the desk and noted the date, time, and scientific names of each formation they saw that morning. Satisfied with their documentation and sure that the brew was ready, they grabbed two mugs from the counter — one black and one white — and poured out the red clear liquid from the spout.Walking across the room, they sat down on the foot of the other bed in the room where their roommate lay still asleep. Fig had a slender pale face and long blonde hair that lay scattered about the pillow. Mug in hand, Salem gave Fig a gentle nudge on the foot that was poking out of the covers.“Time to wake up, Fig,” Salem said. Fig slowly blinked her crystalline blue eyes open, rubbing them and yawning. She took the mug Salem held out and put it to her lips, drinking deeply from it before letting out a big sigh.“Ok, I'll meet you on the deck in a bit. Thanks for the morning brew, roomie!”“Any time,” Salem responded. They walked to the door, mug in hand, and exited with a small smile of satisfaction on their face, their boots tapping on the metal floors as they made their way to meet Helio and the rest of the crew for the morning announcements.Next Time on SalvagersMeet the rest of the Dynamos as they assemble on the bridge to plan their visit to the Night Market. Get full access to Salvagers at salvagers.substack.com/subscribe
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It's The Week In IndyCar Guest show featuring Helio Castroneves, which uses listener-driven comments and questions covering a variety of topics submitted by fans via Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit. Helio joins us to discuss his SRX win in Florida, Daytona 500 desires, goals for his future in IndyCar with Meyer Shank Racing, whether he'd change his last name to reflect a fifth Indy 500 victory, and more! Subscribe: https://marshallpruettpodcast.com/subscribe Join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/MarshallPruettPodcast [WTI]
Hi Guys..Im delighted to preset the 23rd instalment of “The Mature Music Session...Its summer, the sun is out and there's no better time too chill…I hope you all enjoy #chillout #downtempo #laidback #lounge #cafedelmar #chillhouse #chilled #ambient #ibiza #bargrooves Tracklist 01. Ski Oakenfull feat. Nina Madhoo - On My Way 02. Above & Beyond - Believer 03. Paul Seling - With You 04. Lounge Groove Avenue - Find a Place 05. Gary B feat Leo Wood - Move 06. The Internet - Hold On 07. Danny Perez ft Tempo Rei - Noite de Verão (Mojito & Koncorse White Isla Reprise) 08. Screen Jazzmaster & Viktor Minsky - Rain Dance 09. Leo de la Rosa - Easy Game 10. Beamy - Lost 11. Paul Seling - Keep Running 12. Blank & Jones - Sea Dreamin' 13. Helio feat Natalie Portsmouth - The Persistence of Time 14. Mind Street, Jaidene Veda, 84 Avenue - With Me (84 Avenue Remix) 15. Velvet Lounge Project - Needful Part 16. DaCosta - Lifetime 17. Marie Therese - Take This Treasure (Original Mix) 18. Schwarz & Funk feat Storm Marrero - On The Line (Main Mix) 19. Chillson feat Marc Hartman - With You All tracks featured on the show/mix are for promotional purposes and can be purchased through all leading download sites...please support the artist…without them…we have nothing. Listen & Download all links now at Link Tree . https://linktr.ee/iain.willis Also available on ITunes, Tune-In,Deezer, Stitcher & Google Play Never miss a new mix/show join the Facebook group for ‘The Buttnaked Soulful House Sessions m.facebook.com/groups/1764760447136853 Contact:- Twitter @djiainwillis e-mail at email@example.com
AT2020+ - 300.000 años después del big bang, el universo se enfrió lo suficiente para que se formaran los primeros átomos. El 75 por ciento de ellos fueron átomos de hidrógeno, aproximadamente el 25 por ciento fueron átomos de helio y cantidades insignificantes de otros elementos como litio y berilio. 250 millones de años después, la gravedad consiguió concentrar grandes nubes de hidrógeno molecular hasta el punto en que su temperatura aumentó lo suficiente como para que los átomos de hidrógeno se fusionaran para formar Helio, desprendiendo en ese proceso enormes cantidades de energía, entre la que se encuentran los fotones que constituyen la luz. Así que podría decirse que las estrellas son objetos mediante los cuales la gravedad fabrica energía. Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
In 2001 a young Brazilian driver name Helio Castroneves arrived at the corner of 16th St and Georgetown Rd. in Speedway Indiana. Twenty years later, Helio Castroneves joined racing's most exclusive Club becoming the only the 4th driver in IndyCar history to win the Greatest Spectacle in racing FOUR times.And this week Castroneves is at the precipice of joining another club….a club of one. As he chases a 5th 500 win.In this week's Wind Tunnel Episode Jack and Helio trace the energetic divers IndyCar career from the beginning. It is a career that is marked by success casted from happenstance, tragedy and indictment.You'll learn how all that has changed the driver known as "SPIDER MAN" and how he believes that it will fuel his drive for five.You'll also meet a 2nd generation driver who hopes to go one better than his dad. Scott Riggs is a Virginian late Model Legend. His winning performances played a role in his son Layne Riggs's decision to follow his dad onto the short track late model scene.Layne is already a proven winner on the circuit including a pair of late Model wins at the South Boston Speedway last weekend, but his goal this season is a NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series National Championship. Something that his father never accomplished.He and Jack unpack Layne's approach to racing, his goals and the impact of following a father.
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Four-Time Indy 500 Winner Helio Castroneves will try for a fifth in a couple weeks. A fifth win would put him above some of the greatest drivers to race at Indy including A.J. Foyt, Rick Mears and Al Unser. Helio is a favorite of the Freaks for his Indy wins and another title he's held: He won Dancing with the Stars in 2007. Helio is versatile. Listen...
ENTERTAINING SHORT FILMS is a new category on the RPA Network, which features indie short films for your enjoyment! We applaud these creators! Check out this award-winning sci-fi short film called "Helio" as one worker fights to break free of his dystopian underworld and sparks an uprising! Winner of over 50 awards, including Best Sci-Fi / Fantasy Film of 2016 at San Diego Comic Con. Filmmaker Bio Teddy Cecil (writer/director/producer) Born and raised in New York, Teddy Cecil moved out to Los Angeles in 2009 upon completing his film studies at NYU. HELIO is his debut short film and took over two years to complete. Shadow Council Productions Bio: Shadow Council Productions is a Los Angeles-based production. HELIO is their first in-house production from beginning to end. Cast: “Masked Miner” - Barrett James “Head Councilor” - Dennis Keiffer “Strong Rebel” - Dio Johnson “Lead Tagger” - Derek Chariton “Doctor” - Chuck Wigginton “Riot Councilor” - Erik Denton Crew: Writer/Director - Teddy Cecil Producers - Teddy Cecil, David Kenneth Co-Producers - Nick Cofino, Brett Miller VFX Supervisor – Brad Phillips Cinematographer - Byron Werner Editor - Carlos David Rivera Music + Sound - P. Daniel Newman Production Designer - Kurt Braun Costume Designer - Elizabeth Van Dam Line Producer / UPM - Kris Murphy Casting Director - Debbie Sheridan Art Director - Bryan Decker Make-Up Dept. Head - Elissa Prager VFX Editor- Dawn Turner
Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin preview this weekend's GMR Grand Prix, and discuss a street inside IMS being re-named Castroneves Drive. They speculate on whether or not Helio will be back full-time in IndyCar next season, and talk about whether the Grand Prix can give a driver momentum heading into the Indy 500. Kevin and Curt talk with Indy 500 winners Juan Pablo Montoya and Simon Pagenaud. We hear from Juan about the difficulty driving part-time and starting his IndyCar season at the IMS Road Course, how his son's racing career is progressing. Our News of the Day, brought to you by the Indianapolis Speedrome and Circle City Raceway comes from Roger Penske talking to Dave Calabro of WTHR about his long-held desire to buy IMS and the long-term plans for the track and series. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Beyond The Bricks, it’s Helio Castroneves’ 47th birthday, and Jake Query and Mike Thomsen talk about the legendary career of the four-time Indianapolis 500 winner. We hear from Helio about his upbringing in Brazil, where his infectious energy comes from, and why he started climbing the fence after race wins. Jake and Mike discuss how Castroneves ended up with Team Penske amid tragic circumstances and recount the controversial ending of the 2002 Indy 500. Later, Helio tells us who inspired his racing career, and we listen to some of the broadcast calls from his wins at 16th and Georgetown.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A 6ª edição do Millenium Talks traz um debate sobre as Emendas Parlamentares no Brasil e no resto do mundo, com o doutor em Economia e professor do Insper, Marcos Mendes, e o consultor em orçamento da Câmara dos Deputados, Helio Tollini.
CircleUp's Helio platform sources, evaluates, and diligences more upstart brands by leveraging online and offline data from 200+ sources. The platform is a cohesive, omnichannel solution built from the ground up for the CPG industry and has a proven track-record of identifying brands with the potential for breakout success. Join Bob Goodwin of Career Club and CircleUp's Kathy Slowinski and Erik Andresjko to learn more about:* What makes CircleUp's services compelling* Their philosophy on leadership and company culture* Key areas they are actively recruiting forcareer.clubcircleup.com#inclusion #DEI #diversityBob Goodwin: (00:42)Hi everybody. I'm Bob Goodwin, founder of career club. And welcome to another episode of cool companies. You should know. I love doing this particular LinkedIn live and podcast because it meets a need that a lot of you guys have expressed, which as , that there's cool companies out there, but, , amongst all the, , hundreds of thousands of come, it's really hard to figure out who's who in the zoo. And so that's why we created this podcast today. I am extremely excited to have CircleUp on we've got Erik Andrejko and Kathy Slowinski. with CircleUp joining us today. So guys, welcome.
Abril nem chegou, e já podemos dizer que temos uma forte candidata a imagem do ano: a foto de Will Smith dando um tapa em Chris Rock no palco do Oscar dominou completamente a internet, antes mesmo do fim da cerimônia, que entregou ao eterno "maluco no pedaço" a estatueta de melhor ator. A essa altura, a internet toda já sabe como a alopecia de Jada Smith é o motivo de seu corte de cabelo, alvo das piadas de Chris Rock, que já há alguns anos vem provocando a família Smith em seus shows. Mas de quem foi a ideia de chamar um comediante para o palco do Oscar, para zoar - ou assar - os grandes nomes do cinema, convidados de honra da festa? No Braincast 448, Carlos Merigo, Ana Freitas, Luiz Hygino e Marko Mello debatem sobre o humor "roast", formato de humor popular nos Estados Unidos, e que foi adotado por Rock em seu show no Oscar. Por que faz tanto sucesso por lá (e por que não empolga tanto no Brasil)? O que é um "bom" roast e quem são as maiores referências no tema? Qual a importância desse formato para o humor como um todo? E, mais importante: dá pra fazer um "roast" com alguém, sem pra isso tirar totalmente a paciência do "homenageado"? A participação dos humoristas Victor Carmejo, Raquel Real Oficial (roteirista do A Culpa é do Cabral) e Helio de la Peña (um dos criadores do Casseta & Planeta) complementam a discussão com a visão de especialistas que conhecem o humor por dentro, na criação e no mercado. _____ ASSINE O BRAINCAST E FAÇA PARTE DO NOSSO GRUPO FECHADO Assinando o Braincast você pode interagir com a gente em grupos fechados no Facebook e Telegram, além de receber conteúdo exclusivo. Faça download do PicPay para iOS ou Android, clique em “Pagar”e procure pelo Braincast, ou então acesse a URL: picpay.me/braincast _____ SIGA O BRAINCAST Seu podcast de sinapses sonoras no infinito das ideias está em todas as plataformas e redes. Inclusive, na mais próxima de você. Encontre o @braincastpod: No Instagram; no Twitter; no TikTok e na Twitch. Entre em contato através do firstname.lastname@example.org. Perdeu o Qual É A Boa? Encontre todas as dicas da bancada nos destaques do nosso Instagram. _____ O Braincast é uma produção B9 Apresentação: Carlos Merigo Coordenação Geral: Ju Wallauer, Cris Bartis e Carlos Merigo Direção criativa: Alexandre Potascheff Apoio à pauta e produção: Hiago Vinicius Edição: Gabriel Pimentel Identidade Sonora: Nave, com Direção Artística de Oga Mendonça Identidade Visual: Johnny Brito Coordenação Digital: Agê Barros, Débora Stevaux e Gabriel Castilho Atendimento e Comercialização: Rachel Casmala, Camila Mazza, Greyce Lidiane e Telma Zennaro
Era para ser a festa que marcaria a retomada da indústria do cinema, depois de dois anos de estragos e adaptações por causa da pandemia. As estatuetas, porém, foram eclipsadas pelo incidente envolvendo o ator Will Smith e o comediante Chris Rock - o primeiro agrediu o segundo por fazer uma piada de mau gosto com o cabelo da mulher de Smith, curtíssimo em razão de uma doença. Diante da imensa repercussão, a Academia condenou a atitude de Smith, anunciando uma “revisão formal” do caso. E ele mesmo - vencedor pela atuação no filme “King Richard”- divulgou um pedido de desculpas. Para discutir os limites do humor, a questão racial e o espírito do tempo, Renata Lo Prete recebe Helio de la Peña, um dos criadores do grupo Casseta e Planeta. “Will Smith é maior do que este episódio e hoje está sendo reduzido a ele", lamenta o humorista, admirador também do trabalho de Chris Rock. Mesmo reprovando o comentário dele sobre Jada Pinkett-Smith, Helio considera que Will teria conseguido resultado muito melhor defendendo a mulher com palavras. Helio fala ainda da reverberação nas redes sociais: “Hoje em dia tem muito essa onda do comentário sobre o comentário, da opinião sobre a opinião”.
Helio nos demuestra que debemos perseguir nuestros sueños independientemente de si esto implica cambiar el rumbo. De ser Ing. Agrónomo con una amplia preparación en el rubro ganadero, su vida profesional da un giro de 180 grados que lo lleva a encontrar su pasión. Por diferentes situaciones que se le fueron presentado ajenas a él, aunado con el anhelo de sacar la sensibilidad y creatividad que llevaba dentro, funda Helio Photographer y Helio Media Group. Su mezcla perfecta de empresario con artista ha hecho que su emprendimiento sea sumamente exitoso logrando ser uno de los grupos de fotografía y producción digital más importantes del norte del país. El camino que Helio decidió tomar está lleno de preparación y sacrificios, pero sabe que todo ha valido la pena. Una historia que nos demuestra que nuestra pasión se puede convertir en nuestro sustento de vida. Facebook: Efecto Inspiración Instagram: @efectoinspiracion
This week's Wind Tunnel Episode brings together a driver who's career was rejuvenated at the age of 45, A driver who upset the best at the age of 16 and a driver who went from playing Tuba at age 9 to Daytona 500 Champion at 23.What do you do when as a 9 year old your music teacher says you will never have a career in motorsports? Austin Cindric shares his answer when he and Jack visit. They unpack his Bronze Medal performance in the 2014 ESPN X-Games as well as his early racing career that seemed to point him towards IndyCars.From the Tuba to the Daytona 500, Cindric has not had it easy despite a family racing heritage. Jack and Austin unpack that as well as what winning the Daytona 500 as a rookie does to the rest of a rookie's first Cup season. When then 16 year old Landon Pembleton scored the win last fall in Martinsville's ValleyDale 300 he earned more than a Martinsville Grandfather Clock. That victory in one of Late Model racing's most prestigious events accelerated the youngster's career up the NASCAR ladder. He and Jack talk about his ARCA opportunity with Venturini Motorsports in 4 races this season. They also unpack his relationship with NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series National Champion Peyton Sellers and despite running regularly at South Boston Speedway his refusal to eat one of So Bo's famous fried baloney sandwiches. It's been a storybook 12 months for Helio Castroneves. After being away from a regular IndyCar drive for several years, the “Dancing With The Stars” champion looks back on his amazing Indianapolis 500 win last season that put him into the rarified air of 4 time 500 Champions.He and Jack talk about that moment and then his Rolex 24 win this past January and his new full time “hustle” with Meyer Shank Racing on the 2022 NTT IndyCar circuit.Helio also makes his case for a drive in next year's Daytona 500.
Today is a very special day, we have on the LEGEND himself, Helio Soneca, he is kodie's Head Instructor in his lineage, he is Tra Alidor's Head Coach. Helio is a world champion who is a pioneer in the sport and who is also recognized for his lovable and super funny personality, also known for growing up with the Gracies and his friendly rivalry with Megaton Diaz, we talk to him about growing up in Brazil, being undefeated in MMA, how Jiu Jitsu makes you a better lover, how the internet helped the sport grow and so much more, we really enjoyed having Helio on and hope you guys love ed it too!Follow us on Instagram:@somepeoplesuckpod@_hylty@helio_soneca@corelouisville@talidor@teamremedybjj
Is Donovan Mitchell one of the best offensive players in the game today? How does he compare to someone like Ja Morant? We discuss some of the game's best penetrators (2011 Derrick Rose) and the potential issue with the “heliocentric” boxes so many guards are put into today. With Cody Houdek @codyhoudek. Supportat www.patreon.com/thinkingbasketball --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thinking-basketball/support
HelIo dear listeners I am DJ Phalanx. Welcome to a new sessions with a lot of uplifting vibes and banging beats. My new track Sunstate is available for Download on Beatport and for Streaming on Spotify. Thanks very much for your support
HelIo dear listeners I am DJ Phalanx. Welcome to a new sessions with a lot of uplifting vibes and banging beats. My new track Sunstate is available for Download on Beatport and for Streaming on Spotify. Thanks very much for your support.
This week's guest, Mauricio Gomez has been on the mats since the age of four. As a teen, he began training with and received his Black Belt from the legendary Rolls Gracie and went on to open the very first Gracie Barra in the United Kingdom.Today we are lucky enough to have Mauricio share his journey, stories of the Gracie family, the unique bonds that happen in Jiu Jitsu, and what it means to be the father of the man most regard as the greatest Jiu Jitsu competitor of all time, Roger Gracie.Here is RŌL Radio with one of the most influential men in Jiu Jitsu, and one of only six men to be awarded their Black Belt from Rolls Gracie, Master Mauricio Gomez.http://www.therolradio.comhttps://www.instagram.com/therolradio/https://www.facebook.com/therolradio/https://www.mauriciogomesbjj.com/https://rogergracie.com/https://www.instagram.com/mauriciogomes.bjj/https://www.instagram.com/rogergracieacademy/Episode Highlights:5:17 The Growth of Jiu Jitsu10:10 The Jiu Jitsu Bond16:30 Let That Go21:30 Life with the Gracies36:33 What is a True Martial Artist42:40 Days with Helio and Carlos51:19 Being Roger's Dad57:08 Motive to Live59:10 Favorite Roger Story1:02:12 Five Questions
Today's episode is with Andrew Morgans, Founder & CEO of Marknology. Andrew Morgans is a thought leader in the Amazon Branding space. He is a resident mentor at UMKC's Regnier Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and guest lectures at the Henry W. Bloch School of Management. Andrew found early success as an internal corporate e-commerce manager. In less than a year he launched and scaled corporate brands new to Amazon topping over $1 million in new sales, and repeated this more than once with several different businesses. With this success, he launched both the Landlocked Co Apparel brand, and Marknology™, an Amazon Brand Accelerator. Marknology™ has worked with over 200 global brands and sales of over $200 million - Adidas, Nylabone, Guardian Bikes, and Swiss are just some of their international clients. Kansas City clients include: Faultless Starch, Made in KC, Modigliani, Hyalogic, The Fishing Caddy, Helio, Contour MD, Mobility Designed, and Notes to Self. Andrew is featured on a weekly podcast, Startup Hustle and speaks on e-commerce, branding and Amazon at conferences and events all over the United States. Topics covered: Entrepreneurial Thinking Problem Solving Working with Family Members Learning & Innovating Data Gathering & Analysis ✨ Download our FREE Financial Planning Template for Amazon Sellers: https://bit.ly/free-amazon-financial-template ✨ Connect with us on social media: Yoni on LinkedIn - https://linkedin.com/in/yonkoz/ Successful Scales on LinkedIn - https://linkedin.com/company/successful-scales/ Instagram - https://instagram.com/successfulscales Facebook - https://facebook.com/successfulscales ✨ More about us: MultiplyMii Staffing - https://multiplymii.com Escala Consulting - https://weareescala.com Successful Scales Podcast - https://successfulscales.com ✨ Full video episodes are also uploaded on YouTube: Subscribe here: https://lnkd.in/gAuEXjS Successful Scales is sponsored by Global Wired Advisors - a leading digital investment bank with decades of merger and acquisition experience on online and e-commerce businesses and focused on optimizing the business sale process to increase the transactional value of your greatest asset Connect with Global Wired Advisors here - https://globalwiredadvisors.com/ RESOURCES: https://www.marknology.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/Marknology