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The 411
Episode 33: Nathan and Katie Horst

The 411

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 47:37


Absolutely one of our favorite episodes of the 411 Podcast! Nathan and Katie Horst join us for episode 33, as they touch on their time in college, how they met, how they ended up calling Life Center their home, their expression of creativity through songwriting, worship, and their hearts to host people. Lastly, they discuss the importance and battle over identity in this next generation and how they love championing their children in every aspect of life. We hope you get to know Nathan and Katie more through this episode!

The 411
Episode 32: Nathaniel Horst

The 411

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 46:45


For this episode of the 411 podcast we bring on Nathaniel Horst, who is usually behind the scenes here at Life Center! Nathaniel takes us through his time growing up here, and explains the impact of his encounters with the Holy Spirit in both 1st Wave Kidz and Heirborne Youth. Lastly, he dives into the passions the Lord has put on his heart, and how his different giftings and passions have evolved over the years. Nathaniel is part of our creative team here at Life Center, as well as helping with production on Sundays and Wednesdays. We are so thankful for his heart to see the Kingdom of God fully realized and known in his generation!

Have You Herd? AABP PodCasts
Impact of Nutrition and Postbiotics on Animal Health - Sponsored by Diamond V

Have You Herd? AABP PodCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 46:30


AABP Executive Director Dr. Fred Gingrich is joined by Dr. Mario Vailati Riboni from the technical services team at Diamond V, a platinum sponsor of the 55th AABP Annual Conference in Long Beach, Calif. AABP members can view the breakfast presentation delivered by Dr. Matias Stangaferro, “What's Next: How to use research and data to drive effective decisions”, on the online recorded CE platform health. Robini discusses how nutrition can impact animal and we discuss several research projects and publications that support the use of prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics in dairy rations as well as defining these terms. Mastitis and udder health remain a significant disease challenge in the dairy industry and we review some of the financial impacts of mastitis in dairy cows. Currently, the dairy industry spends $70-100 per cow per year on prevention and up to $450 per case of clinical mastitis. Feeding the immune system with key nutrients can decrease the impacts of mastitis in the dairy industry. Robini also unpacks the practical application of feeding these products on the dairy and the financial returns that can be realized from utilizing them in dairy rations.  To find out more information about these products, contact your Diamond V technical service specialist and visit their website.  Publications: Vailati-Riboni, M., Coleman, D.N., Lopreiato, V. et al. Feeding a Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product improves udder health and immune response to a Streptococcus uberis mastitis challenge in mid-lactation dairy cows. J Animal Sci Biotechnol 12, 62 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40104-021-00560-8 M. Al-Qaisi, E.A. Horst, E.J. Mayorga, et al. Effects of a Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation product on heat-stressed dairy cows. J Dairy Sci 103, 10 (2020). https://doi.org/10.3168/jds.2020-18721 A.M. Zontini, E. Zerbini, A. Minuti, E. Trevisi. Effects of supplementing Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation products to dairy cows from the day of dry-off through early lactation. J Dairy Sci. 104, 11 (2021). https://doi.org/10.3168/jds.2021-20463  

Friedenskirche Babenhausen
Die Liebe Gottes - Horst Stricker

Friedenskirche Babenhausen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023


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Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 21:38


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Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 15:19


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Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 35:22


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Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 3:20


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Horst und der Fisch
#42: Fragen an Horst

Horst und der Fisch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 30:21


Auch 2023 wird es neue Folgen geben. Im Dezember kamen Krankheit und Urlaub dazwischen. Nun aber geht es weiter. Folge eins im neuen Jahr ist ganz Euren Fragen gewidmet. Es geht um Brandungsangeln, Hechte im Winter und große Augen. An dieser Stelle vielen Dank für den support an die (noch) kleine aber wachsende Angel-Community die die Produktion via Steady unterstützt!

Ien, de podcast
SPECIAL — Bijpraten met Guusje ter Horst (PvdA)

Ien, de podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 11:57


In deze vierde special van Ien, de podcast praat Raymond Janssen met oud-burgemeester van Nijmegen Guusje ter Horst. Ter Horst van burgemeester van Nijmegen tussen 2001 en 2007 en vertrok daarna naar Den Haag om minister van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties te worden. Janssen sprak met Ter Horst over haar Nijmeegse jaren. Wat wist Ter Horst eigenlijk van Nijmegen voordat ze er burgemeester werd? En wat welke Nijmeegse lessen nam ze mee naar Den Haag? En waarom vond ze toen al dat de bestuurscultuur in Nijmegen anders moest? Politici met een band met Nijmegen Dit gesprek is er eentje in een exclusieve reeks lange gesprekken met politici met een band met Nijmegen. Je kunt die gesprekken beluisteren voor slechts zes euro per maand. Regelmatig verschijnt – naast de wekelijkse podcasts – zo'n extra lang gesprek met een politicus die iets met Nijmegen te maken heeft. In aflevering 1 was oud-wethouder in Nijmegen en nu burgemeester van Breda Paul Depla te gast. Landelijk partijvoorzitter van de PvdA Esther-Mirjam Sent was te gast in aflevering 2. Oud-Kamerlid voor het CDA Ad Lansink was de derde gast in deze reeks. Deze podcast is mede mogelijk gemaakt door donaties van luisteraars. Wil jij vriend van de show worden, surf dan naar iendepodcast.nl/petjeaf. Sponsoring of adverteren is ook mogelijk. Stuur een mailtje naar adverteren@iendepodcast.nl en we nemen contact met je op. Wil je altijd op de hoogte zijn? Schrijf je dan in voor de wekelijkse mail van Ien, de podcast via iendepodcast.nl/mailing. foto: David van Haren Luister ook Het 'Ien, de podcast Jaaroverzicht 2022' Minister en wethouder samen aan het werk voor betaalbare duurzaamheid Lees ook Nijmegen in top-5 snelst groeiende steden, mede door komst Oekraïense vluchtelingen De 5 best beluisterde podcasts over de Nijmeegse politiek

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 29:23


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Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 16:23


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Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 11:29


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Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 45:41


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Radio Horeb, Wochenkommentar
Im Wochenkommentar blickt Guido Horst, Chefredakteur der kath. Wochenzeitung "Die Tagespost" auf das kirchliche Jahr 2022 zurück.

Radio Horeb, Wochenkommentar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 8:37


Radio Horeb, Events
Zum Heimgang von Papst em. Benedikt XVI.: Gespräch mit Guido Horst, Die Tagespost

Radio Horeb, Events

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 14:07


Buddhismus für Anfänger
Buddhism for Beginners 002 with Yogi Horst R. Brumm - Fire Rain of Wisdom

Buddhismus für Anfänger

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 77:33


TODAY: The Meaning of Community in Buddhism What do you think of this series? We're happy to read your emails! Regards: fire rain of wisdom comment Horst R. Brumm, born 1954, has been learning and working for over 30 years in the registered and approved non-profit institution Karma Tengyal Ling in Germany. Her Eminence Khandro Rinpoche asked him to teach in 2010. In 2016 she officially declared him a Yogi. Already published with alternating languages are: Dharma für Anfänger 3 Missverständnis Buddhismus (1 through 3) Christmas greeting for Christians and Buddhists by Yogi Horst R. Brumm (no sound, read only) plus Sogyal Rinpoche and Fatal Errors of Western Buddhists (dubbed). Although our website is currently under construction, there is our  Facebook link and our YouTube Channel.

CEO Podcast | BNR
Anco Scholte ter Horst (Freedom Internet): ‘Televisie aanbieden is een moetje'

CEO Podcast | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 24:40


Hoe heeft Freedom Internet groeikapitaal opgehaald zonder aandeelhouders? En: profiteert de internetprovider van de glasvezeloorlog of juist niet? In ‘De top van Nederland' een uitgebreid gesprek met Anco Scholte ter Horst, de topman van Freedom Internet  Abonneer je op de Podcast  Ga naar ‘De top van Nederland' en abonneer je op de podcast, ook te beluisteren via Apple Podcast en Spotify. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast
World Cup Review, 2022 Highlights, and Season 7 Post-Match Show

How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 56:18


In Episode 109, Paul and Phil cover their favorite moments from the second half of Season 7, their highlights from the incredible guests we've had on HSEL throughout 2022, their top 2022 recommendations, and a review of the incredible World Cup we just experienced over the past month, including their favorite goals, plays, and teams throughout the tournament. It's a great way to top off a great year of football, soccer, or whatever you call it! Resources and Links from this Episode Uncut Video of the Episode HSEL Facebook Group Warrior Way Soccer Providence World website Coaching the Bigger Game Program Phil's email for DISC Training The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry: How to Stay Emotionally Healthy and Spiritually Alive in the Chaos of the Modern World, by John Mark Comer The Stupid Footballer is Dead, by Paul McVeigh More than That, by Mike Buchanan Survival of the Fit: How Physical Education Ensures Academic Achievement and a Healthy Life, by Daniel O'Neill The History of Men's Soccer at Colorado College, 1950-2015, by Horst and Helen Richardson “FIFA Uncovered” (Netflix) Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World, by David Epstein The Marriage Devotional: 52 Days to Strengthen the Soul of Your Marriage, by Levi and Jennie Lusko All or Nothing: Arsenal (Amazon Prime) Welcome to Wrexham (Hulu) Sunderland ‘Til I Die (Netflix) Class of '92: Out of Their League (Netflix) Rise & Shine: The Jay DeMerit Story (YouTube) United Soccer Coaches Convention Registration Page

Zakendoen | BNR
Anco Scholte ter Horst (Freedom Internet) over voldoende groeikapitaal ophalen

Zakendoen | BNR

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 120:27


De wereld voorzien van vrij internet, dat is de missie van Freedom Internet. Een stichting als aandeelhouder moet deze missie waarborgen, maar hoe haal je zonder aandeelhouders voldoende groeikapitaal op? Dat en meer hoort u van Anco Scholte ter Horst, de topman van Freedom Internet, in BNR Zakendoen.  Macro met Boot Elke dag een intrigerende gedachtewisseling over de stand van de macro-economie. Op maandag en vrijdag gaat presentator Thomas van Zijl in gesprek met econoom Arnoud Boot, de rest van de week praat Van Zijl met econoom Edin Mujagić.  Boardroompanel De onderhandelingen tussen de minister van Economische Zaken en Klimaat en grote vervuilers om minder uit te stoten verlopen moeizaam. Wat gaat er mis? En: Shell schikt met Milieudefensie in een langlopende zaak over olielekkages in Nigeria. Dat en meer bespreken we om 13.00 in het boardroompanel met: Harm-Jan de Kluiver, hoogleraar ondernemingsrecht aan de UvA en voormalig advocaat bij De Brauw Leen Paape, emeritus hoogleraar Corporate Governance Nyenrode  Luister | BoardroompanelInzichtgesprek De stichting Het Buikencollectief wil dat het ouderschapsverlof totaal anders moet worden ingericht, en is daarom een petitie gestart. Te gast is Eline Leijten van de stichting Het Buikencollectief. Contact & Abonneren BNR Zakendoen zendt elke werkdag live uit van 12:00 tot 14:30 uur. Je kunt de redactie bereiken via e-mail en Twitter. Abonneren op de podcast van BNR Zakendoen kan via bnr.nl/zakendoen, of via Apple Podcast en Spotify.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lach matt - Bayerns beste Kabarettisten

Ihre schönste Erinnerung an den Horst? Der Edmund ist verwirrt, der Hubert hatte eine besondere Begegnung und der Markus, der wartet noch.

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 0:42


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Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg
Mittwoch 22.06.2022 || Bibelstunde || Pastor Horst Krauss

Pfingstgemeinde Augsburg

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 0:45


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Ohio Mysteries
UNRESOLVED Ep. 14: Melvin Horst

Ohio Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 37:23


In 1928, 4-year-old Melvin Horst left his home in Orrville, Ohio to show his friends the shiny red firetruck Santa had brought him. Then, he vanished in a case that captivated the country with twists and turns for more than a year. We talk to Melvin's surviving sister, Elgie, who is now 96 years old, and Orrville Sgt. Jaime McGreal, who has done some recent sleuthing on the ancient case. Ohio Mysteries: http://www.ohiomysteries.com Akron Beacon Journal: http://www.beaconjournal.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Our American Stories
The Story of Excellence: Horst Schulze and The Ritz-Carlton

Our American Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 38:16


On this episode of Our American Stories, a legend and leader in the hotel world, Horst Schulze has reshaped how service and hospitality are defined in business—standards that have become world famous. Throughout the years he worked for both Hilton Hotels and Hyatt Hotels Corporation before becoming one of the founding members of the luxury hotel chain, The Ritz Carlton in 1983. Here's Horst with the story. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Wir. Der Mutmach-Podcast der Berliner Morgenpost
Horst Evers: Seelenverwandt mit Olaf Scholz

Wir. Der Mutmach-Podcast der Berliner Morgenpost

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 47:06


"Nichts hat sich mehr verändert als die Zukunft.“ Der wunderbare Kabarettist Horst Evers berichtet über seine ganz persönlichen Höhepunkte des Jahres: Was er von Robert Habeck hält. Und was von Annalena Baerbock. Mietwagen statt 9-Euro-Ticket. Fußballer, die einem leid tun. Spenden für die Leguan-Hilfe. Die Kunst, ins Sitzen zu kommen. Der Filou Olaf Scholz. Der Mut, keine Meinung parat zu haben. Die Wärme der Gesellschaft. Schmerzmittel aus der Breaking-Bad-Klasse. Gesungene Sprachnachrichten. Erbsensuppe auf der Bühne. Der Markus-Lanz-Moment. Das Schwizerdütsch-Verbot. Nachhilfe für Klimakleber. Ein Leben, das ein Gewinn für andere ist. Und: warum wir mehr können als wir denken. Plus: Bildungsbürger Evers verrät seine Bücher und Serien des Jahres. Folge 504.

Startup Insider
Fruitcore Robotics erhält 23 Mio. Euro für innovative Automatisierungslösungen (DeepTech • IoT • Konstanz)

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 19:46


In der Nachmittagsfolge begrüßen wir heute Josef Mardijan, CFO von Fruitcore Robotics, und sprechen mit ihm über die erfolgreich abgeschlossene Series-B-Finanzierungsrunde in Höhe von 23 Millionen Euro.Fruitcore Robotics entwickelt, produziert und vermarktet technisch herausragende und einfach zu bedienende Digital Robots. Mit ihnen soll eine robotergestützte industrielle Automatisierung für die breite Masse verfügbar gemacht werden. Zum modularen Produktportfolio des in Deutschland produzierenden Deep-Tech-Unternehmens gehören die Digital Robots namens HORST, die intuitiv bedienbare Software horstFX, die Industrial IoT-Plattform horstCOSMOS.com sowie intelligente Features zur Kameraerkennung. Zudem bietet das Startup auch Fertiglösungen und Softwarepakete für die Plug-and-Play-Implementierung kompletter Anwendungen an. Fruitcore Robotics wurde im Jahr 2017 von Jens Riegger in Konstanz gegründet. Heute automatisiert das Deep-Tech-Startup bereits mehrere hundert verschiedene Anwendungen in 29 Industriezweigen. Das Netzwerk an Partnerunternehmen im DACH-Raum und in Italien ist auf mehr als 60 Beteiligte gewachsen und wird weiterhin ausgebaut. Das Unternehmen beschäftigt heute mehr als 100 Mitarbeitende und will auch weiterhin neue Arbeitsplätze an den Standorten in Konstanz und Villingen schaffen.In einer Series B hat das Konstanzer Startup nun 23 Millionen Euro eingesammelt. Die Venture Capital-Firmen Capricorn Partners und KOMPAS sowie die High- und Deep-Tech-Investmentfirma XAI Technologies haben erstmals in Fruitcore Robotics investiert. Die Bestandsinvestoren UVC Partners, Matterwave Ventures, CNB Capital, das Family Office Pecon sowie das Btov Privatinvestorennetzwerk beteiligen sich ebenfalls an der Finanzierungsrunde. Mit dem frischen Kapital sollen Produktinnovation, Vertrieb und Marketing sowie die internationale Expansion beschleunigt werden.

Dane and Derek
Clara Horst

Dane and Derek

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 110:11


We catch up with resident artist and friend, Clara Horst!It's also our longest episode, apologies for the audio quality, we've been having all kinds of issues as of late, we'll fix it one day soon.You can find Clara here! https://www.clarahorst.com/Content Warnings:ProfanityHosted by Derek Aiello and Dane Fogdall Dane's writing, podcast and substack can be found here: http://danewrites.comDerek's films, podcasts and other work can be found here: http://derekaiello.com Season 2 cover art by the incredible Jennifer Zemke! (@freshwaterbear) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Happywin
EP 135 Photographe & coach Interview Shoky Van Der Horst

Happywin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 15:15


L'épisode 135 du podcast Happywin Photographie et coaching ✨ Interview Shoky Van der Horst est en ligne

OVT Fragmenten podcast
Verzetsmuseum presenteert nieuwe kijk op verzet

OVT Fragmenten podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 14:23


Waren we nou dappere strijders, klungelige amateurs, of laffe wegkijkers? Vragen over óf en hoe Nederland verzet pleegde tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog hebben altijd al gevoelig gelegen. Die vragen hangen immers nauw samen met ons nationale zelfbeeld. Dit indachtig is het misschien niet zo gek dat de nieuwe vaste tentoonstelling van het Verzetsmuseum in Amsterdam niet alleen lof, maar ook kritiek oogstte. Te gast over de nieuwe kijk op het verzet die het museum presenteert is Liesbeth van der Horst, de directrice van het Verzetsmuseum.  

OVT
1e uur: excuses voor slavernijverleden, nieuwe kijk van het Verzetsmuseum en de gynaecologische eendenbek OVT 04-12-2022

OVT

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 52:17


‘Dit is een eenzijdige Nederlandse actie met een groot risico op mislukking', zo concludeerde de Nationale Reparatie Commissie Suriname over de excuses voor het slavernijverleden die de Nederlandse regering op 19 december wil gaan maken. Want de excuses komen te vroeg en worden niet door de juiste persoon gemaakt. Rechtshistoricus Wouter Veraart vreest dat de regering te gehaast te werk gaat. Excuses worden te vaak gebruikt door de machtige partij om ‘de zaak dicht te timmeren', terwijl juist zorgvuldigheid de eerste vereiste is. De historicus is te gast. Verder: de mythische beschaving in Ancient Apocalypse  met Bleda Düring, de oorsprong van de gynaecologische eendenbek met Rina Knoeff, de nieuwe kijk op het verzet in het Verzetsmuseum met Liesbeth van der Horst.

Fragen an den Autor
Horst von Buttlar: Das grüne Jahrzehnt. Wie die Klimakrise die Wirtschaft revolutioniert

Fragen an den Autor

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022


Wie gut ist die deutsche Wirtschaft auf die Herausforderung "Klimakrise" vorbereitet? Droht in den kommenden Jahren die Deindustrialisierung und Wohlstandsverlust - oder gibt es Perspektiven, die Hoffnung machen - wie etwa "grüner Stahl"?

Meet The Elite Podcast
6170 David M Horst-11 30 22-Spiritual Director-James

Meet The Elite Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 4:22


Deutschland heute - Deutschlandfunk
Extremismus - Prozessauftakt gegen Horst Mahler wegen Volksverhetzung

Deutschland heute - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 4:27


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Strong By Design Podcast
Ep 259 Excellence WINS in a time of Mediocrity ft. Horst Schulze

Strong By Design Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 65:25


“We are ladies and gentlemen serving ladies and gentlemen.”  Becoming the best in the world at something, being truly excellent at it takes discipline and an uncompromising way of doing things.   For Horst Schulze, the former president and co-founder of the Ritz Carlton Hotel Company, his message for over 5 decades to all businesses and business leaders is clear and uncomplicated.   The idea of treating others with kindness, greeting them with a smile, maintaining eye contact and saying ‘My Pleasure' is not all that complicated but it is the cornerstone of the greatest hotel company in the world.  Horst created a culture of servant leadership that made his 55 Ritz Carlton hotels the very best in the world at serving their guests. Find out in this incredible conversation what it takes to overcome mediocrity with excellence.    “If I'm doing excellent in what I'm doing, even if I wash dishes, I can still define myself as a fine gentleman. It's not up to anybody else. It's only me. It's not my job, name of job, the society, the country, the neighborhood. It is nothing but me who defines himself.” –Horst Schulze    Time Stamps   00:58 – Welcome to the 'Strong By Design' podcast  04:05 – Meet today's special guest, Horst Schulze, co-founder and former president of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company  09:01 – Horst recounts his start in the hotel industry at the age of 14  12:30 – What is excellence and what does it mean to be a person of excellence?  20:50 – Discover how Horst navigated through the early part of his career, and what led him to the Ritz-Carlton  27:03 – The power of going to work to create excellence  30:47 – Discover the secret to a successful business  40:36 – Horst on building a winning culture in your team  46:39 – Horst on why excellent customer service always wins  53:10 – The power of being intentional  1:02:31 – Where you can go to connect with Horst Schulze + learn more about the ‘Excellence Wins' book    Resources:  HorstSchulze.com    Connect w/ Horst:  Instagram  Facebook    Connect w/ CriticalBench:   Youtube  Facebook  Instagram  CriticalBench.com  StrongByDesignPodcast.com 

Gepiano Podcast
135 - VAN DER HORST

Gepiano Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 102:35


Desde que Andres van der Horst, nos dijo que es un podcaster y no le gustan los guiones de los medios tradicionales, sabíamos que este episodio iba por buen camino, lo que no sabíamos era lo enriquecedor que iba a ser para nosotros como crew, definitivamente este no se lo pueden perder.Andres, actualmente es gerente de Fiduciaria Reservas y CEO de Cerveza Canita, es egresado de la universidad Harvard Kennedy School donde estudió administración publica y un master en ciencia en la Universidad de Miami.

Crap No One Tells You
Ep. 27 “Crap No One Tells You About Running a Brewery” with Tanya Horst of Blueprint Brewing

Crap No One Tells You

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 31:32


On this episode of Crap No One Tells You, Tanya Horst joins us to talk about what it takes to run a brewery. There's a ton of crap that goes into managing the business-end of a brewery… basically everything except for brewing the beer! Having dealt with everything from bureaucratic and supply chain issues, to beer release schedules, to studying types of beer and hops, to inner workings of the equipment and facilities, Tanya is here to talk about it all and more!Tanya HorstManager/Partner, Blueprint Brewing Co.http://blueprintbrew.com/Thank you to our sponsor RedKnight! www.redknight.comRedKnight.com - our sponsor and host Want to turn your small business into an awesome brand so you can see more consistent growth?

Habe die Ehre!
"Dachauer Elegien" Horst Thürheimer und Norbert Göttler

Habe die Ehre!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 74:17


Unter Lebensgefahr haben einige Insassen des Dachauer Konzentrationslagers damals Gedichte geschrieben. Norbert Göttler ist Bezirksheimatpfleger und in Dachau aufgewachsen. Zusammen mit dem Münchner Künstler Horst Thürheimer hat er die Gedichte aufgegriffen. Die beiden sind bei Hermine Kaiser zu Gast.

Zeitsprung
GAG373: Morocco und der Kluge Hans

Zeitsprung

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 48:52


Wir springen in dieser Folge in zwei unterschiedliche Zeiten und an zwei unterschiedliche Orte. Trotzdem sprechen wir über ein Thema: Intelligente Pferde und ihre Besitzer. Wir unterhalten uns in dieser Folge über Morocco, ein Pferd im elisabethanischen England, dem allerlei wundersame Dinge angedichtet wurden. Und wir sprechen über den Klugen Hans, ein Pferd, das Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts in Berlin für einen wahren Medienzirkus sorgte. Obwohl zu so unterschiedlichen Zeiten und an so unterschiedlichen Orten, hinterließen beide einen ziemlichen Eindruck, in einem Fall sogar bis hin zur Erforschung künstlicher Intelligenz. // Literatur - Erica Fudge. Brutal Reasoning. CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2016. - Gundlach, Horst. „Carl Stumpf, Oskar Pfungst, der Kluge Hans und eine geglückte Vernebelungsaktion“. Psychologische Rundschau 57 (1. April 2006): 96–105. https://doi.org/10.1026/0033-3042.57.2.96. - Kevin de Ornellas. The Horse in Early Modern English Culture: Bridled, Curbed, and Tamed. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2013. - Oskar Pfungst. Das Pferd des Herrn v. Osten (Der kluge Hans). Ein Beitrag zur experim. Tier- und Menschenpsychologie mit einer Einleitung von Professor Dr. C. Stumpf., 1907. - Ricky Jay. Learned Pigs & Fireproof Women. Villard, 1986. - Thomas Heinzen, Scott Lilienfeld, und Susan A. Nolan. The Horse That Won't Go Away. Worth Publishers, 2014. Das Episodenbild zeigt im oberen Teil eine Darstellung Moroccos mit seinem Trainer Banks und im unteren Teil ein Foto des Klugen Hans mit seinem Besitzer von Osten. Die erwähnte "Ologies"-Folge gibt's hier anzuhören: https://pca.st/cnc871tg //Aus unserer Werbung Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte: https://linktr.ee/GeschichtenausderGeschichte NEU: Wer unsere Folgen lieber ohne Werbung anhören will, kann das über eine kleine Unterstützung auf Steady oder ein Abo des GeschichteFM-Plus Kanals auf Apple Podcasts tun. Wir freuen uns, wenn ihr den Podcast bei Apple Podcasts rezensiert oder bewertet. Für alle jene, die kein iTunes verwenden, gibt's die Podcastplattform Panoptikum, auch dort könnt ihr uns empfehlen, bewerten aber auch euer ganz eigenes Podcasthörer:innenprofil erstellen. Wir freuen uns auch immer, wenn ihr euren Freundinnen und Freunden, Kolleginnen und Kollegen oder sogar Nachbarinnen und Nachbarn von uns erzählt!

Echo der Zeit
Einfach Politik: Eizellenspende: Der Weg zur Legalisierung

Echo der Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 27:35


Nina und Horst mussten für ihr Familienglück nach Spanien. Denn in der Schweiz sind Eizellenspenden verboten, in Spanien aber erlaubt. Einen anderen Weg zum Baby gab es für die beiden nicht. Doch das könnte sich bald ändern. Das Ganze ins Rollen gebracht hat die Basler GLP-Nationalrätin Katja Christ mit einer Motion. Sie findet, die Eizellenspende soll – analog zur Samenspende – legalisiert werden. Gegen den Vorschlag ist Alois Huber, SVP-Nationalrat aus dem Aargau. Er befürchtet, dass die Spenderinnen ausgenutzt werden. Die Politik klärt aktuell, unter welchen Umständen eine Legalisierung der Eizellenspende bei uns möglich wäre. Welche Frauen kommen für eine Spende infrage? Welche Rechte haben die Spenderinnen, was gilt für die Kinder? Diese Fragen müssen nun geklärt werden, bis dann am Ende eine Gesetzesvorlage vorliegen kann. Doch nicht nur in der Politik ist das Thema umstritten – auch die Fachwelt ist sich nicht einig. Die einen finden, es ist höchste Zeit für eine Gleichstellung auf diesem Gebiet, andere finden, die Gefahr der Ausbeutung der Spenderinnen sei zu gross. «Einfach Politik» ist ein Podcast von SRF – wenn ihr uns etwas mitteilen wollt: Schickt uns eine Sprachnachricht auf 079 859 87 57 oder schreibt uns auf einfachpolitik@srf.ch. Beim nächsten Mal geht es um die Eizellenspende. Inhalt und Recherche dieser Folge: Reena Thelly und Noëmi Ackermann, Produktion: Janis Fahrländer

49ers Cutback
Biggest Advantage Position by Position

49ers Cutback

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 14:23


Who has the advantage at each position between the 49ers and The Chargers? Ant & Horst go position by position to declare who has the advantage personnel wise heading into their Sunday Night Match Up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/49ers-cutback/support

L3 Leadership Podcast
Horst Schulze on Excellence, Building a Great Organization, and Giving up the Right to Make Excuses

L3 Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 58:07 Transcription Available


Episode Summary: In this episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, Doug talks to Ritz-Carlton founder Horst Schulze about excellence, what it means to build a great organization, and why as a leader you give up the right to make excuses.About Horst: A legend and leader in the hotel world, Horst Schulze's teachings, and vision have reshaped the concepts of service and hospitality across industries.Mr. Schulze's professional life began more than 65 years ago as a server's assistant in a German resort town. Throughout the years he worked for both Hilton Hotels and Hyatt Hotels Corporation before becoming one of the founding members of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company in 1983. There Mr. Schulze created the operating and service standards that have become world-famous.During his tenure at The Ritz-Carlton, Mr. Schulze served as President and COO, responsible for the $2 billion operations worldwide. It was under his leadership that The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company became the first service-based company to be awarded the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award — twice.In 1991, Mr. Schulze was recognized as "corporate hotelier of the world" by HOTELS magazine. In 1995, he was awarded the Ishikawa Medal for his personal contributions to the quality movement. In 1999, Johnson & Wales University gave him an honorary Doctor of Business Administration degree in Hospitality Management. Most recently, Mr. Schulze was honored with the “Legacy of Innovation and Inspiration Award” by Historic Hotels of America.After leaving The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Mr. Schulze went on to found The Capella Hotel Group. This luxury hotel company managed some of the most elite properties worldwide and gave Mr. Schulze the opportunity to further define the luxury hotel industry, receiving countless awards and recognitions.Today, Mr. Schulze serves as Expert in Residence at Arch + Tower, a boutique, organizational strategy consulting firm. He also recently completed his first book, titled “Excellence Wins.”4 Key Takeaways:1. He discusses the importance of vision in starting a company. 2. Horst shares his views on the state of work and leadership today.3. He talks about what he believes excellence is. 4. He gives advice to people who are looking for their purpose in life. Quotes From the Episode:“You should invite people to join your dream, your vision.” “Create excellence in what you're doing.”“Be a leader of yourself.”“Keep always in mind your fellow human being.”Resources Mentioned:Excellence Wins by Horst SchulzeRitz-CarltonConnect with Horst:Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook 

WDR 5 Presseclub
Comeback von Kohle, Gas und Öl: Ist das Klima noch zu retten?

WDR 5 Presseclub

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 57:17


Gäste: Ulrike Herrmann, taz.die tageszeitung; Petra Pinzler, DIE ZEIT; Jakob Schlandt, Der Tagesspiegel; Horst von Buttlar, Capital Von Ellen Ehni.

The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News
EP298 - Amazon Q3 Earnings

The Jason & Scot Show - E-Commerce And Retail News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 41:07 Very Popular


EP298 - Amazon Q3 Earnings Episode 298 is a recap of Amazon's Q3 2022 Earnings Report. Episode 298 of the Jason & Scot show was recorded on Friday October 28th, 2022. http://jasonandscot.com Join your hosts Jason "Retailgeek" Goldberg, Chief Commerce Strategy Officer at Publicis, and Scot Wingo, CEO of GetSpiffy and Co-Founder of ChannelAdvisor as they discuss the latest news and trends in the world of e-commerce and digital shopper marketing. Transcript Jason: [0:23] Welcome to the Jason and Scot show this is episode 298 being recorded on Friday October 28 2022 I'm your host Jason retailgeek Goldberg and as usual I'm here with your co-host Scot Wingo. Scot: [0:38] Hey Jason and welcome back Jason Scott show listeners Jason wouldn't be a Jason Scott show if we didn't have a Little Star Wars talk I have a confession, I'm really digging and or I think the rest of the Star Wars universe is out there hating on it but I'm really enjoying it I really I liked the character from Rogue one and it's been fun seeing kind of a slower more character-driven Star Wars so have you had a chance to watch that at all. Jason: [1:07] I have I have and I'm with you now I'm not sure I was with you at the beginning it took me a little while to warm up to it. But definitely the last three or four episodes have been a lot more engaging so now I'm eager for the next episode to come out. Scot: [1:24] Yeah and then when I haven't seen it it's getting a lot of buzz those tales of the Jedi which this is kind of from the right before A New Hope ERA with and or and then tells of the Jedi goes back to the prequels so talking about some of the characters there and then clone wars and stuff so that's on my list of things I'm going to do this weekend. Jason: [1:41] Fun I watch the first episode of that this won't be a problem for you but we're like oh cool another animated Star Wars series this would be great to watch with our seven year old and it's. A little dark it's a little it's a little adult for a seven-year-old. Scot: [1:57] Had to fast forward some places. Jason: [1:59] Yeah we had to be ready. Scot: [2:01] Well thanks for joining us everyone we wanted to talk to this is the you know we're in this critical part of the retailgeek calendar where we're barreling towards Halloween we got Q3 behind us and we're were basically into the holiday season so we wanted to update everyone on some of the releases that came out here from the big companies specifically Amazon we're going to take a deep dive into that but I always think it's interesting to kind of see the setup longtime listeners will remember that one thing I think both Jason are proud of is we identified at Apple's changed privacy called IDF a some people call it a TT I'm just going to call it I DFA to keep it simple as this huge problem that no one was willing paying attention to and we are still feeling the ripples for that. What's been Jason two years now two years later 18 months. Jason: [2:51] Yeah it's crazy. Scot: [2:52] Yes so it's gotten it's gotten really crazy so so this the lead up to Amazon started with Snapchat as if we clean does and I say this I've said this for the last three quarters. Horst the so not only do their you know they had this period of time where they felt like they had stabilized but it's very clear the management team has no idea what's going on with idea if a they don't have a solution in Wall Street has kind of lost all. All hope and then their quarterly calls are just total Bedlam like it's a nothing I've ever seen before so. [3:24] If you're an entrepreneur and want to see what a reason not to go public go to listen to one of the Snapchat Wall Street colors they do not go well. [3:33] And then so that was that was kind of a bit of a train wreck but not surprised that this kind of like the third Trainwreck so you're kind of used to it I think the one thing that started the spook Wall Street was Google came out on the 25th and they basically their results were below expectations and they YouTube specifically they have their segments we talked a lot about the Amazon segments but they have a they have a search segment a third-party search segment like a first party search didn't call this but they have the I guess they call it the network which is Google off of Google so that would be like the Apple search experience that they have the Google search experience than they have the YouTube and all these other things within the alphabet family well the YouTube one is under a lot of pressure and it's not really clear it feels like it's duly suffering from idea of a problems like advertisers are not being able to track the efficacy of those YouTube videos anymore but then also The Tick-Tock you know so you would know better than I do I only have one 16 year old and a ten-year-old nice to reference but seems like everyone under a certain age and even over, even creeping into our age group is just spending hours of looking at Tick-Tock videos so that has become a huge problem for YouTube because there's only so many hours in the day and if you're looking at Tik-Tok videos during all of them you're not watching YouTube do you have any insights into the tick tock world. Jason: [4:57] Yeah no I actually think it might be interesting to explore a Tick-Tock deep dive in an upcoming episode because it it really is the social platform that feels like it's grabbing all the oxygen right now I thought the audience engagement is way up there's you know there's been a bunch of interesting Evolutions about segments of the audience that are using Tik-Tok is their primary search engine which is interesting and surprising I think to a lot of people Google is certainly trying to position Tik-Tok search is a viable competitor to Google which you know might have be true have be. Antitrust and then. Also true that we have been on these recent studies recently that a lot of Millennials are using Tick-Tock primary as their primary source of news so that's another. You know Factor but it's just winning a lot of entertainment minutes right now. Which also by the way means it's winning a lot of advertising dollars because the advertisers want to go where the engaged eyeballs are. That's been a big thing. Scot: [6:06] Yeah the other thing that's interesting and I didn't put this in the show notes just occurred to me both Android and Apple are seeing softness in their App Store revenues. [6:16] Specifically in the game segment so there's two schools of thought there one is there's so one of it is the idea of a his rippled into that where the games are not getting as many new customers because they're not running as much advertising because they can't measure the efficacy of it this one's interesting because this could be an indication apple shot themselves in the foot with IDF a most impact we've talked about on this show have been beneficial to Amazon where you know crushing Facebook or hurting Google that's obviously kind of you know those are the Nemesis nemus I the Nemesis of of Apple but this is one where you're starting to see it actually impact them in I think they called their services Revenue so that's one school of thought the other school of thought is in a yeah I don't give us enough data on this is that know it's Tick-Tock because people are just sitting there watching so many technical games it's replaced deployment of casual games so people aren't paying playing these addictive little Candy Crush type games and Clash of Clans there they're watching The Tick-Tock videos so so it's interesting to watch these consumer behaviors are changing very quickly in this post covid World in interesting ways and it's hard to tease out exactly what's going on but there's definitely you know some some big changes out here that I think will Ripple into our listeners in the retail e-commerce world as well. Jason: [7:38] Yeah it is I do think both of those things are factors I also think there's another interesting. Thing happening with the the game revenue from the app store's I feel like their history is repeating itself a little bit, if you're super old-school like you and I you remember all the old console-based Wars right like Nintendo vs. Sega and Atari and in television and one of the themes that played out on those platform things is. Often one of the platforms would be super open and invite a bunch of Publishers to make it really easy to publish titles and so there would. Bi huge dearth of titles but they would mostly be of low quality and then another platform would make it really hard to publish titles which would really restrict the. The amount of titles that were available but they tended to be better and over the history of video games the latter strategy has always won, that way when you have too many crappy titles eventually like the audience is get disenfranchised and they leave the platform. Does feel a little bit like that is what's like the App Store Revenue became so lucrative for these guys that they made it super easy for everyone to bring titles there's no more discovery on the platform because there's the signal-to-noise ratio is so poor that the only way you would discover a new game title would be via. A Facebook ad which no longer works right I can sew it all of this is kind of coming to roost it feels like. Scot: [9:03] Got it yeah the and then so that got everyone kind of wonky and then Facebook / meta did their release and that was just that was that went from their last Q2 was kind of concerning and then this was kind of a train wreck so there expenses are running rampant they are spending a lot of money on virtual reality and they're seeing no revenue from that that revenue is way off where it should be they are announcing they announced like did you see this the pro headset which is like twelve hundred dollars and it can track your your arms and feet and even your facial expressions or something it's super fancy but. You know they're not seeing any engagement from people buying the Oculus I guess they don't call that anymore buying the devices and. [9:52] The Medical West buying the medic West or any of that kind of stuff so then you would think they would get on there and say alright Q3 was rough we're going to we're going to moderate this going into the queue for they're like nope we're going to double down and it's got actually get worse in Q4 so that that freak people out Jim Cramer on CNBC MSNBC Junkie, he had the previously days he said that you know he predicted they would come to their senses and do a little layoff and this kind of thing and it was the opposite and he got on TV and apologize to the viewers and got kind of emotional there so that was that was interesting and you know day there they seem, totally distracted by the metaverse and not really didn't really have much commentary around ads it's off a fair amount they're due to IDF a as well and then. A bright spot was then yesterday morning so this is Thursday morning Shopify announced and they had a little bit of positive news what did you see there Jason. Jason: [10:51] Yeah yeah they actually had a meet and beat all around, the you know revenue is up 22 percent. You know there's a bunch of different metrics at Shopify these days because they have like the recurring Revenue they have the attachment sales attachment sales were are particularly interesting in this is, how many of the various Shopify Services each Merchant uses so are they using shop pay are they using Shopify fulfillment the the POS system all these things in the the attachment rate went way up which is encouraging for Shopify and the Marquee number is probably total gmv going through their system and that was up by 11% so it was 46 billion dollars for the quarter, um and you know the Shopify is really been beaten up the last few quarters in and you know had a lot of down quarters and a lot of it was like, e-commerce got overhyped and Shopify overbuilt and now that reality setting in they're getting creamed and so they're the the guidance was pretty low and Shopify had a pretty solid quarter and sailed by it so I think their stock has had a nice little boost as a result of that. Scot: [12:12] In shopify's coming out liar because they do this pre-market announcement which is kind of the new fashion because there's so many companies that do aftermarket that you don't get the analysts that you want on your call so they've moved to kind of a morning, announcement so they did Thursday morning and then that set up Amazon it wouldn't be a Jason Scott show without. Marker 01 Jason: [12:31] Amazon news your margin is there opportunity. Scot: [12:43] Well that other way the way I would characterize this one is a missing lower so from a Wall Street perspective they're always kind of thinking how did you do against our expectations for the current period and then how did you do for our forward-looking expectations so so Amazon missed current and then actually lowered kind of missed the future as well. Let's dig into it there's mostly mostly a lot of headwinds which does not bode well for an e-commerce or retail holiday here in the fourth quarter but let's dig into it and there are some there are some positives in here that will pick out so also as we record this the stock's down 10% which you know Amazon is one of the largest capitalized stocks out there at over a trillion dollars so 10% is a hundred billion dollars in so a lot of a lot of money sloshing around and it was. Jason: [13:33] It's like two Twitter's. Scot: [13:34] Yes yeah it is. [13:36] Good enough and if it's down to Twitter's today and it was down as much as 20 percent in after-hours trading so so really really kind of a tough report here the other caveat before we dig in is I don't know if most people track this because unless you went on an international trip or had some international business you would know but one theme we're going to talk a lot about is Europe so your how's the. Geopolitical issues with the Ukrainian situation there and then they have an energy problem because they get most of their energy from Russia so they're having energy, it also are suffering from similar inflation trends that we're seeing there's a worse because the energy is orders of magnitude worse than we see here in United States that has created a currency fluctuation very unusual so so it used to be that. You know dollar was worth euros worth of many dollars and now that is inverted or like parody there and the pound is these currencies are at. Multi-year multi-decade lows versus the dollars so the problem when you're like Amazon and you have a pretty big chunk of your Revenue coming from International entity like that when you compare your periods it creates a financial Exchange headwind. I will report all these numbers without that but it is created you know the absolute dollars of Revenue and whatnot are off even more due to that currency headwind that that's out there. [15:04] So let's look first it Revenue. Revenues came in at 120 7.1 billion Wall Street was expecting a hundred twenty seven point four billion so that point three billion was the myth that's three hundred million dollars that's. Into to that Ridge retailer that's pretty cataclysmic that's actually pretty small from a personal standpoint and you know I think if you looked at the financial exposure and whatnot it largely can be explained there the one of the bright spots will talk about is North America Revenue so this could actually bode well for listeners that are have almost just pure United States exposure the revenues were up 20 percent year over year which is pretty impressive in an acceleration from last Q which was 10% now they did have a this right Jason they had a prime day that that was that was an October 1. Jason: [15:54] Yeah I think that's going to be in the queue for numbers. Scot: [15:56] Yeah okay so that's without. Jason: [15:57] And and we don't call it Prime day we call it early Prime axis. Scot: [16:00] Yes the thing that we will not be called printing the artist previously known as permanent so so that was good and then you tracked e-commerce data closer than I do that that's got to be. Pretty significantly above the Census Bureau data right. Jason: [16:16] It's it slightly above that so we don't have Q3 e-commerce data yet so we only have that non store. Sales data and it's it's in line with an OnStar sales data but the e-commerce data is usually a little lower so next month will get that and I do have a feeling that. Amazon's Q3 is going to outperform the the industry's e-commerce. Scot: [16:42] Yep and then where is retail where did retail end. Jason: [16:46] Pretty high also the this I'm going to buy time while II. Pull up my number but this is kind of the so year-to-date retails up 9.1%. So I didn't I didn't do a Q3 breakout but. Overall spending in North America by consumers has remain robust which like has shown up in the Amazon earnings and shown up in the. The Shopify earnings which is you know I think somewhat surprised a lot of people because with all the the economic news people are kind of expecting that consumers would tighten their belt and it seems like they've changed what they spend on but they're continuing to spend so far. Scot: [17:34] Yeah yeah so that's that's right spot and then to kind of pair that in with a dark spot International revenues were down 12 percent and that's when you take out the impact of foreign currency so Europe is definitely in what I would call an e-commerce / retail recession you know have a lot of empathy for folks their power bills are just surging and they're having to decide you know do I do I pay my for my heat or do I buy a pair of shoes online or whatever it is so so I think we're going to have really rough q4q on here for anyone that has exposure to Europe now Amazon to their credit did manage their expenses and beat on the bottom line here so it was less they were able to kind of take this downward Trend and manage their expenses and so it wasn't a. Double A Miss Revenue Miss profit so it was a Miss on Revenue lower Revenue than expected but then also they kind of made it up Bob with efficiencies that being said you know it's a this is pretty interesting so so FedEx is one of the first companies kind of say hey we think we're heading into a global recession then everyone else said we don't see it and then so this is another data point that kind of says yeah there's something really going on and we're really starting to see it in the data here so Jason: [18:50] And you know there was a Jeff Bezos tweet like a week or two ago that was like kind of his own POV and I think it was batten down the hatches. Scot: [19:00] Yeah yeah so you'd imagine being on the board he sees the other thing that's interesting with these big companies as they get a fair amount of time to do this you know so we're. You know they've got another month of data that they're looking at so that we'll talk about the fourth quarter so there's reading the body language it feels like it's getting worse so we'll talk about that but on the bottom line so all that was the top line and kind of the interior parts of Revenue let's look at the profitability operating income came in at 2 .5 3 billion versus 2.94 billion so that's a point for billions of 400 million which again isn't isn't a massive number but percentage-wise it's about a 15 to 20 percent Miss so that. [19:42] Really big percentage Miss on the bottom line of expectations so yeah so that's the you know it was a Miss on the top line Miss on the bottom line so so overall Miss and then we'll talk about the lower I did see a couple interesting details the two I picked out that I'll kick it over to you Jason third-party unit so this is a metric that's near and dear to my heart hit a new high of 58 percent of units so one of the things I I in my mind that Amazon has a sliver that they can pull and send more dual s1p and more 3p if they want to drive profit over Revenue so that there's a trade-off there higher they have a high margin high margin low Revenue high margin business High Revenue low margin business and they can kind of like dial between those and it feels like that pulled that dial over towards the 3p side that could also be supply chain issues there's a million things that go on there the thing that was interesting is Amazon goes through these what I would call invest in Harvest cycles and during covid they invested a major amount they almost doubled their fulfillment for, and today they signaled the Wall Street in Q2 that they were going to go through kind of a harvesting phase where they were going to stop adding capacity in fact they've actually. [20:56] You know they've shut down somewhere houses they sold some so that they've actually started this this kind of, harvesting mode from all that investment where that's reflected is in the symmetric they release called shipping expenses which they measure as a percentage of online store revenues it was 37.2% and that's an improvement this quarter over last quarter's 37.9% so that's pretty impressive especially you know the sales grew through there so so to be able to grow the 20% we're talking about and reduce expenses is very impressive on the call they said that they were able to squeeze out a billion dollars in operation Improvement in the quarter and that they were pretty excited about that but they actually felt like they had missed their tear internal goal by 500 so we're going to do 1.5 billion and they came out with a billion so I suspect we'll see some of those things come in the fourth quarter they did say that that thing that we will not call Prime day cause I was a little bit of a challenge because you know they are so you're sitting there and you're like putting the screws to things and you're really figuring out and then suddenly you have this day where you have a record number of orders come through and it that makes it hard to do so they that was a speed bump in that, any other little tidbits you saw in the big picture before we dive into some of the other pieces. Jason: [22:11] Yeah mine we're probably a little more frivolous frivolous than yours but we always talk about you know how Amazon hates the profitability metric and they you know they talk about Gap profitability not being. Like that relevant and how much more that Jeff Bezos likes free cash flow well another example of that hitting home for me was in this earnings call they kind of talked about the last couple quarters of, of their profitability and what a huge impact, the value of the rivi on stock was on it and it like literally was like the most influential thing in whether you know they they were profitable or not, and so you know rivi on had a better quarter this time than last quarter and so that that materially changed Amazon's profitability. So it's just it's funny because they're they're not solely owned by Amazon but the Amazon is a major investor like that that's a. Kind of X Factor and their earnings that may have been previously obvious to you but then the way more important one. So you know the their first season of rings of power wrapped up two weeks ago and everyone in the entertainment industry has noted that they really haven't come out and bragged about any audience measure metrics from that show. And we know Amazon likes to brag about its winds so the assumption is that it was a little underwhelming from a performance standpoint and then in this earnings. [23:40] They reference that they got nearly a hundred million viewers for the show so that probably means they got less than 90 million viewers or they would have just said 100 million but well, generously say they got a hundred million views eight episodes of the show that means they averaged about 12.5 million viewers per episode and to put that in perspective HBO has said they got to north of 29 million. Views per episode of House of the Dragon so. You know compared to a normal TV show those are all good numbers but these are you know the world's most expensive TV show so it does seem in this first season that HBO is better at getting an audience for their. Their Blockbuster TV shows then then Amazon is so far. Scot: [24:29] I've heard better I haven't watched either I'm saving them for a holiday binge but I've heard more positive Buzz of from House of dragon than the rings of power but I don't know. Jason: [24:40] Yeah I mean I think both are totally watchable I enjoyed both there's this weird don't you know there's people that have such a love for the the. Both Worlds that you know the TV shows fall fall short of people's expectations and so I like I have a feeling for like huge. Um you know Cannon lovers of Lord of the Rings that like you know they might have been a little extra disappointed but if you kind of just come into it cold and say hey is this a good. Piece of of fantasy fiction and is entertaining to watch I thought it was pretty good. [25:16] And then the last thing and you alluded this little bit the early Prime access is not in the Q3 numbers but they do reference it in the earnings and. It was a a successful event like it's very clear that it did not. Come close to approaching the level of success that Prime day typically has or even that the prime day in October a couple years ago had. Um and you know so there's been a lot made a lot of media has written about oh it's a failure because it's not another huge. Spike like Prime day I'm not actually sure that was the bar or the goal you know Amazon like every other retailer has a lot of imperfect inventory at the moment and I'll and it seems like they got a chance to sell through a lot of that at this event and so like you know I think. How you judge that event has a lot to do with what you think the success criteria of the event was but that that's another sort of tidbit like they certainly didn't come at you know if it had been a home run it would have been one of the top Six Bullets at the at the beginning of their their earnings press release and it was not. Scot: [26:30] Yeah this this kind of goes to the changing consumer Behavior another thing that didn't chat with you before we prepped his again I watch a lot of CNBC. Jason: [26:40] Audience members are going to be surprised to find out that we ever prepped. Scot: [26:43] Are very light prep the both CEO of hurts United and of think it was American or Delta Airlines they'll talk about these new patterns they're seeing and travel wear and then there's not a great name for it yet but what's happening is people will go on a personal or a business trip and they're staying longer and because so many people are working working you know remote they'll go and do they'll go on like let's say you had a business trip somewhere you and your significant other could go to that and then have fun and then stay three more days into the next week so what used to be like little snack size trips like two or three-day trips both for personal and business have turned into these six eight ten day type trips. Jason: [27:29] Yeah it's work Leisure I'm naming it but yeah. Scot: [27:32] Yeah there you go so you know so then people are spending a lot more money on that which I think could be part of you know people only have so big a wallet and whatnot so yeah so it's gonna be interesting to see how this holiday sets of it's going to there's so many changing behaviors I it's going to be a lot to pick out of this one. Jason: [27:54] Yeah no for sure I do think. Again you know people are talking about all these economic headwinds you ordinarily that slows consumer spending way down so far we haven't in North America seeing, consumer spending slowdown but what they've spent on has toy changed a your point it is still more. Sort of like experiences and pent-up demand for things that people weren't able to do, during the height of the pandemic and it is you know they're spending more of their wallet on on needs instead of wants as the needs have gotten more expensive due to inflation so write to me the most common story we're hearing is. Revenue looks pretty strong but profitability really sucks because we're we're selling the wrong stuff and we don't have enough of the right stuff in stock. Scot: [28:42] Yeah nursing will you dug into the AWS and adds what did you see there. Jason: [28:49] Yeah well you you mentioned up front that the stock the Amazon stock really took a hit after the earnings and it feels like that was two things. Their guidance that we'll talk about in a minute but also. I think the street was really spooked by the kind of slowing rate of growth of AWS you know for a long time a device has been the crown jewel of Amazon. In terms of you know a big Revenue number that's growing super fast and is wildly profitable, so AWS sales for the quarter where twenty point five billion which is a big number that's up 27 percent or 20 percent of you adjust for currency which again. Like. In most cases you go to someone and say hey you've got a highly profitable twenty billion dollar quarter business in a grew by 27 percent this year from last year how do you feel about that, you feel pretty good but wall Street's expectations were that they would grow by more than 32 percent. And so it was like a significant Miss and if you know you look at the recent history of growth of AWS I mean you go back to 2021 it was. Thirty-seven percent growth 39 percent growth 40% growth 3733 and now 28 this is the first time it's dropped into the 20s and so I think there's a real fear on the part of investors that like. [30:11] Is the law of large numbers finally starting to catch up with this business and do you know do investors have to reset expectations about. What a WS can contribute to the pot going forward. Scot: [30:25] You lot of people have been predicting a slow down there because of the larger law of large numbers but it's always sad when it happens. Jason: [30:32] Yeah yeah and I don't know what the answer is because I'm on one hand it seems totally intuitive that it would slow down it's such a big business. That there is a strong argument that as much money as that generates it is shocking what a small percentage of the world's compute is. Cloud still and so it doesn't there it's easy to craft an argument. That we're still in the first inning of the world migrating to the cloud and so a hypothesis is not that like. The fast run rate for these cloud services is over but that businesses spending to move to the cloud has slowed down because of the economy right and that you know as as. The there's more economic dark clouds you know Amazon has certainly cut back and and tried to contain cost every other company in the world is doing that and often that means, that migration to the cloud project that they were planning you know has to take a backseat so so some of that could be in there as well. Scot: [31:35] Yeah and I saw. In the called excited energy cost so AWS also had some pressure on the bottom line and they cited energy cost and then I got to imagine this European recession you know the a lot of the the energy around a WS comes from startups and startup formation as always. Low during recessionary period step yes so if we do get a global recession it's going to be under pressure but I think the long-term addressable market for it's just massive so we'll see. Jason: [32:06] Exactly but the good news for Amazon is they secretly have a better business than in the US which which is the bloody ads business right and so we've talked about this for a couple quarters you know this used to be buried and other that you know a couple of quarters ago they had to disclose it for the first time. Um and you know so it was another good quarter. For the ads business it grew 25% 30% of you adjust for currency. So they sold 9.5 billion dollars worth of ads this quarter. Which is not as big as a WS but the margins for ads are way better than the margins for AWS because you mentioned you know the cost of goods for an ad is essentially zero. But there's very expensive electricity required for each unit of compute that a WS cells. So you add up the last four quarters of the ads business and it's now a 36 billion dollar business. [33:11] Which is another remarkable business I've done the math of a foreign of you kind of you know impute income from from AWS and ads ads has already surpassed AWS in terms of total. Income contribution. One slight wrinkle for our listeners in the world of retail and commerce right now like one of the top topics that keeps coming up over and over again as retail media networks every, every retailer has seen this Amazon business and they're launching their own version of it call the retail media Network and investing heavily in it. And every brand is struggling with how to deal with all these retail media networks and if they're a good investment and how to deal with them so that. It's a huge topic right now and I would just point out that well. [34:02] The bulk of Amazon's ad business is a retail media Network Amazon is bigger than a retailer right and so. The ads Revenue the Amazons talking about does include. Thursday night football and Lord of the Rings and you know at which in a lot of other things that Target does not have right so I just. Want to remind people that it's not really apples-to-apples to compare. You know Amazon's you know kind of 40 billion dollar annualized run rate against. You know and say that gosh if if they're getting you know this many dollars per. / retail gmv dollar than everyone else should be getting the same because it's not really Apples to Apples. Scot: [34:54] On the Amazon ads I saw this interesting article was titled Google's pain is Amazon's gaining which I thought was cute and it talked about how if you annualize that you know this is a 40 billion dollar line for Amazon which makes it a third the size of Facebook now and a sixth the size of Google so we've we've we've on the show we've been talking about this and I remember when it passed Snapchat and then Twitter so it's really there's a day where it could close in on Facebook because it's, the Amazon site is growing very rapidly Facebook seems kind of lost in the jungle focused on virtual reality and not fixing their core business so those lines could cross pretty quickly which would give us this new duopoly of Google and Amazon as which three years ago if we had said that people would have thought were crazy. You think we're crazy but yeah it's crazy. Jason: [35:48] It totally could I would say one caveat here there is a big difference at the moment between Amazon's ad business and like meta and Google's ad business. The Amazon still gets a lot of traffic by buying ads on Google, so you know that that the other big ad platforms are all organically earning their traffic and then they're monetizing it Amazon does kind of by eyeballs at wholesale from Google and then sell them retail to two brands on Amazon so there is a bit of Arbitrage that's happening there now as they create more, loyal Amazon Prime customers and more you know viewers of all their Entertainment Properties that you know it'll be more apples to apples but and I haven't looked this quarter but last quarter you know they you know on a or a quarter ago it on an annual basis they spent about 17 billion dollars on ads so. The the bottle out of traffic that they then result. Scot: [36:50] Cool so that that kind of wraps up our Q3 highlights so then let's zoom out and at the top I mentioned you know that Am That Wall Street looks at kind of the current quarter in the future quarter so that was Q3 so it's kind of a miss and then the whenever a public company like this updates the current quarter they also update our outlook for the future quarter which in this context would be fourth-quarter calendar fourth quarter so Amazon guided to 142 148 billion for the quarter so that would imply about it 4.8 percent year over year growth at the midpoint, now they don't give us guidance on North America international so there's imagine inside of there you would still see North America growing. [37:32] Fifteen to twenty percent and then you know the non North America they called the non-domestic business having a headwind and that's where you get this 4.8 would be the Delta there. But what's really bad about that is Wall Street prior to this report had thought they would do 155 billion so let me say those numbers clearly Wall Street thought that Amazon would do 155 billion in in fourth quarter and now they're saying basically 144 so so that was a pretty big lowering of expectations and then also on the bottom line Wall Street thought that would do five billion of operating income and Amazon said well 024 the midpoints to that's a change of three billion dollars so Wall Street didn't like that but you know if you're if you're you know jassy and you're running this thing you want to lower expectations because it makes it easier to beat them in the long run if you part of the Amazons DNA is to be a much longer thinking kind of company so you, typically if that's how you think you'll take some short-term pain for long-term gain so you know some folks feel like, maybe the kitchen sink this thing and they knew third quarter wasn't going to meet what everyone wanted say thought this is a great time to go ahead and rip the Band-Aid off and really lower into the fourth quarter other people look at that body language like I mentioned and they say wow. [38:48] You know it maybe it got worse especially in Europe in the fourth quarter and maybe that's what caused them to really kind of Ratchet this down we won't sadly we won't know until January February when they release their results but you can count on us here at the Jason Scott show we're going to be tracking the holiday we have some really great content planned for you this is when we kick into overdrive and really track things going on so we have a lot of content there but it's not a great set up heading into the holiday would you agree with that Jason. Jason: [39:15] Yeah I definitely think this is a strong warning sign for people that are bullish on the the holiday, I do you know kind of overall I looked at this whole thing and I say you know as an interesting earnings call. Not a heck of a lot in this earnings call was. A result of internal stuff going on in Amazon that like it very much reflects the macroeconomic trends that. That are happening to Amazon and those same macroeconomic trends of course. Happened to everyone else as well so it's interesting you know Amazon has become a very useful sort of. Indicator for where the economy is going and you know the economists have been arguing quite a bit about where it's going so it's interesting to see some data. [40:14] Yeah so this is where we will leave it today if this was valuable for you we certainly would love it if you jump on. To iTunes and leave us that five-star review make sure you've got your podcast player dialed in to download our new episodes because you're not going to want to miss. Some of the the play-by-play of holiday. Scot: [40:39] Thanks for joining us everyone we hope all of your holiday Q4 results exceed your expectations and. Jason: [40:46] Until next time happy Commercing.

RealAgriculture's Podcasts
The Agronomists, Ep 88: Soybean seed trouble and corn disease with Horst Bohner and Albert Tenuta

RealAgriculture's Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 64:18


It’s time for the second Ontario Diagnostic Day episode of The Agronomists! For this episode, guest host Bernard Tobin (with a great hat) guides guests Horst Bohner and Albert Tenuta, both with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) on an exploration of soybean seed quality and corn leaf diseases. This episode... Read More

Two-Sided - The Marketplace Podcast
S2E09 - How Drive lah balances speed vs. quality - Gaurav Singhal (Drive lah)

Two-Sided - The Marketplace Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 45:26


First-time marketplace founders often struggle to balance speed to market and marketplace quality. On the one hand, launching an MVP as fast as possible is often the best strategy.On the other hand, high quality and trustworthiness are essential, especially for peer-to-peer marketplaces.Despite being first-time founders, Gaurav Singhal and Dirk-Jan ter Horst cracked this trade-off from the get-go. When they launched their peer-to-peer car rental platform in Singapore, their sole focus was to get to the market fast. Yet they had a clear vision for Drive lah's customer experience from day one.In the latest episode of Two-Sided, Gaurav shares his lessons on: Transitioning from a corporate job to entrepreneurship: both founders were working at the same corporation, where they conceived the idea over lunch. Testing potential features with manual work before building them – and spending lots of time with customers in the process.  Launching fast with Sharetribe Flex without compromising on their customer experience vision. Working with regulatory limits: before Drive lah, it was illegal in Singapore for private individuals to rent out their car. Putting trust front and center: having raised their seed round one month before Covid, Drive lah was able to turn a potential disaster into a tailwind. Expanding Drive lah to Australia as Drive mate. And much more. An enlightening episode, with something for everyone building a marketplace.

How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast
50 Years of Stories with Horst Richardson, Legendary Colorado College Coach & USC Hall of Famer

How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 58:50


In Episode 103, Horst Richardson, who coached the Colorado College Tigers Men's Soccer team for 50 years and is a United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame Member, talks with Phil and Paul about his extensive coaching experience and the lessons he learned from the journey, his favorite things about coaching, unorthodox film sessions, leadership and life lessons he has taught and learned from a half-century of coaching, how he defines success in coaching, why coaches need to not blow their whistles too much, and, most of all, some incredible (and funny) stories from his really long coaching career (all of which you can find in the book he and his wife, Helen, wrote about the history of Colorado College soccer (link below)). Specifically, Horst discusses: His personal story, his journey from Germany to Colorado Springs, his circuitous and serendipitous path to coaching at Colorado College, and how he developed his passion for soccer, leadership, and coaching (3:13) The story behind him sharing the stage with Pele at a NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia (11:10) A video project he is working on and how he used Super 8 video footage to do video sessions well ahead of most other coaches (14:00) Some fun memorable moments from 50 years of coaching, and lessons we can learn from the stories (20:33) What he loved about being a coach for 50 years at CC (27:46) An amazing story about when he almost lost a player in China (30:28) Why Horst reminds Phil of Mr. Miyagi from The Karate Kid, and what we can learn from it (35:40) How Horst defined success in his coaching and what he sought to teach his players during their time at CC (40:08) How we need to pour into all of our players on our teams (45:19) How he is using lessons learned from soccer in his marriage and parenting (51:00) More lessons he has learned from the game that he has passed on to his players (and anyone else that will listen) (55:33) Resources and Links from this Episode The History of Men's Soccer at Colorado College, 1950-2015, by Horst and Helen Richardson Uncut Video of the Episode HSEL Facebook Group Warrior Way Soccer Coaching the Bigger Game Program Phil's email for DISC Training

Talking Simpsons Official Free Feed
Talk to the Audience?!? - September 2022

Talking Simpsons Official Free Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 84:09 Very Popular


After a month full of travel and illness, we've got a ton to discuss on our regularly scheduled community podcast. We talk about Simpsons news including new shorts and eyewitness accounts of the D23 panel. Then we go over everything we've been through in the last month, followed by us responding to some of our fave Patreon comments that may or may not be about nachos. So listen now or we'll send for Horst! Support this podcast and get over 100 bonus episodes by visiting Patreon.com/TalkingSimpsonsand becoming a patron! And please follow the official Twitter, @TalkSimpsonsPod!

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 137: Drew Ruana & Cameron Hörst — Lessons from Recent Sends, Training for Bouldering vs. Sport Climbing, and Leveling Up to V18 and 5.15c

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 146:30 Very Popular


Drew Ruana is back on the podcast and is joined by his friend Cameron Hörst, who is one of the best young sport climbers in the country. We talked about lessons they've each learned from recent sends, what it was like growing up as kid crushers, training for bouldering vs. sport climbing, how to stay strong while projecting, Drew's thoughts on climbing V18, and Cam's thoughts on climbing 5.15c.Listen to more top episodes!thenuggetclimbing.com/top-listsCheck out Petzl!petzl.comOr shop for Petzl quickdraws at your local climbing shop!Check out Chalk Cartel!chalkcartel.comUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 20% off your next order!Check out PhysiVantage!physivantage.com (link includes 15% off coupon)Use code "NUGGET15" at checkout for 15% off your next order!Check out Crimpd!crimpd.comOr download the Crimpd app! (Available for iOS and Android)Check out Arc'teryx!arcteryx.comArc'teryx Presents: Free as Can Be We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie Calhoun Become a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/drew-and-cameronNuggets:0:06:31 – What they climbed on today0:07:59 – Drew's skin injury in Bishop back in 20200:09:38 – Cam's bouldering trip to CO, and plans to do more bouldering0:12:04 – Why Drew pivoted to bouldering0:14:38 – Why ‘The Ice Knife' and ‘Dire Wolf' stand out to Drew0:18:58 – How Drew balances hard projects with quick ticks, and trying ‘Megatron' V17 for 70+ days0:23:57 – Cam's experiences climbing ‘Bone Tomahawk' 15a and ‘Resisting Arrest' 14d0:27:43 – Training mode for Big Claw 14d0:30:00 – Patron question from Tristan: For Drew, what are 1-3 things you've learned from doing so many hard boulders in CO?0:34:23 – What keeps the fire burning for Drew, and the drug rush of sending a new hard boulder0:36:36 – How many V16s are there in the world?0:37:22 – Drew's thoughts on switching back to sport climbing, and how many 5.15s there are in the US0:41:53 – The Grand Illusion0:44:15 – Taking a gap year to try to climb 5.15, and what Cam learned from climbing with Joe Kinder and doing ‘Bone Tomahawk'0:49:57 – Patron question from Howard: Cam, what position did you play in high school football? Did any skills from football transfer to climbing?0:52:35 – Having a team (or climbing partner) who builds you up0:54:59 – Wes Schweitzer (NFL offensive lineman)1:00:23 – Patron question from Xander: Cam, do you still play football? Did you train for climbing during football season?1:03:58 – How team sports helped make Cam a well-rounded athlete, and being exposed to lots of different things growing up1:07:13 – Drew and Cam's thoughts on their different upbringings as kid climbers1:13:50 – Patron question from Eli: What did they love/hate about being kid crushers? What do they appreciate about how their parents handled their climbing lives?1:19:02 – Patron question from Christoph: Cam, what was it like having a famous coach as a dad? And Cam's plans to carry the torch1:23:48 – Patron question from Xander: How do you balance training and sending? Do you cycle between training and sending, or can both happen concurrently? (Drew's bench press and pull-up numbers)1:29:22 – Drew's thoughts on spending the last three years only focused on outdoor bouldering1:33:14 – Cam's thoughts on the difference between training for bouldering vs. sport climbers, and how he balances training and performance cycles1:39:36 – Drew's thoughts on maintaining his aerobic base when focusing on bouldering1:46:25 – Patron question from Bryce: I'm about to hit the road for a year. Should I mix in training to keep my strength up?1:49:52 – The guys give me their recommendations for keeping my strength up on a three-month sport climbing trip1:54:28 – Cam's goal to climb 5.15b (9b), what it would take for him to climb 15c (9b+), and plans for his career2:00:35 – Drew's thoughts on what it will take for him to climb V182:06:58 – Drew's recent FA of Distortion V16, and plans to climb more V16s2:12:13 – Cam's plans for the Fin Cave2:13:24 – Drew's thoughts on his career2:17:33 – Flow state2:19:39 – Who Cam is most impressed by in climbing2:21:31 – Who Drew is most impressed by in climbing