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MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.11: Hurdle Fools and Only Fools

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 121:51


2 hours and 2 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Nebraska starts at 1:00 The Bon Jovi music era is the last time Nebraska football was good. The consequence of Michigan rising to elite status is that most games are boring now. Michigan duo'd Nebraska to death and that's all it took to win this game. Even with injuries on the offensive line and running backs, Tavierre Dunlap and C.J. Stokes still ran all over them. Honigford might get a couple negatives but nobody else might get one. The error rate has fallen considerably since the Rodriguez era. Michigan leads the country on 4th downs (10 of 11). It's boring. It's good. They were still able to RPO an open touchdown to Ronnie Bell. Is it better to put a lot of stuff on film for Ohio State to have to prepare for or is it better to keep a lot of stuff close to home? The passing game was a little concerning but the way this running game is going you don't need a lights out passing game to beat Ohio State. McCarthy needs to give his guys downfield a chance but the receivers also feel like they took a step back. The ball going out the back of the endzone being a touchback is still a terrible rule but it's funny when it doesn't happen to you. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs Nebraska starts at 50:33 So... not much to say here. Michigan has seven guys that could start for Nebraska at defensive tackle. They all make plays on the line. Michigan is good at hammer but not as good at anvil. DJ Turner was beat over the top once. Other than that, did anything happen? The failed hurdle looked like a wrestling tag-team finisher. The guy was hit in the dong and RGIII didn't even say anything about it! Apparently clowns explode at birthday parties. They're trying to get Will Johnson as many snaps as they can before Ohio State.  3. Hot Takes and Game Theory starts at 1:11:10 Takes hotter than RGIII after he saw a helmet go into somebody's, you know, and then he's like "oh I'll get fired if I explode." Split Davis Warren and Donovan Edwards on deep throws? The clock management at the end of the first half was a debacle, but has poor clock management ever cost Harbaugh a game? "Just run it on 3rd and 6" seemed like a fine decision in this game. Officiating was fine except for the missed "roughing the punter" call. RGIII was fine but Mark Jones wanted to talk about anything but football.  4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:34:30 Illinois was a 6-point favorite against Purdue and had an opportunity to maintain their grasp on the Big Ten West and then... lose by 7. The West was for Illinois to lose but now four teams are tied at the top at 4-3. If Iowa wins at Minnesota they just need to beat Nebraska to go back to Indy... Disgusting. Northwestern plays four quarterbacks against Minnesota. Iowa beats Wisconsin with 146 yards of offense in the grossest game of the season. Minnesota just needs to kick some field goals to beat Iowa. Rutgers vs Michigan State was a surprisingly offensive game (as in both teams had a lot of offense). Michigan State zeroing in on the Quick Lanes Bowl?? There is a... wild Payton Thorne quote in there. Maryland, it's said, never ends up ahead when the Terps of November start losing. James Franklin got an unsportmanlike conduct penalty because he was screaming at his players and the ref thought James was screaming at him... so James did 15 pushups. Not much to say about the Ohio State game but worth noting that Miyan Williams was carted off with an ankle injury. They may get Henderson back next week.  Zombocom.  MUSIC: "Bad Medicine"--Bon Jovi "Stir Fry"--Migos "Stay on Your Toes"--The Funky Homosapien “Across 110th Street”

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.9: Look at the Look on My Face

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 80:08


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: On the Line The Video: [After THE JUMP: What's to be said] --------------------- 1. Nebraska Preview starts at the top How so bad? QB is out, which means they can't throw to their receivers, who are the part of their offense that's good. The OL isn't, especially in pass pro. DTs are moveable, they have a DE who can rush. NOBODY can tackle. 2. Rutgers After Review starts around 5:25PM Schiano had interesting stuff planned. Brian got REALLY positive on McCarthy's throws, wanted the WRs to make at least a couple of their 13 opportunities to make a play. THe diff 3. Hoops vs IPFW and EMU Preview starts around 5:45PM Jett's offense WHEEEEEE and definitely not Houstan. Defense: needs to come along like Houstan. High on Bufkin's performance, but he can't play down so it's really up to Jett to fix his closeout issues, effort issues, boxout issues. Did we mention the offense? WHEEEEEE!!!!! 4. Seth's World Cup Segment starts around 6PM I know nothing about these kids so I ask Brian and he says we are young and hungry and injured at mid-backer and apparently coastline is important? Go go USA! About the Featured Musician I'm reusing a band we featured years ago, On the Line, because I rediscovered them in my folder and worked to them all week. I don't think they're in operation anymore but I wanted to give Ryan and Frank and Calvin and Zach a shoutout anyways for helping me get through some rough Rutgers charting. These are all off their 2017 album Color Tour. The Space Odyssey (Part I) Steve the Argonian Borough of Churches Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken down, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.10: Mr. Phonebooks

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 119:40


1 hour and 59 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Rutgers starts at 1:00 Was Michigan sick during this game? "The loud Rutgers fans" is an uttered phrase. JJ completed less than half of his passes, some of them were drops but some were bad throws. Why isn't Michigan throwing more fades? Michigan threw contested throws in this game and Michigan completed almost none of them, but we know how good everyone is at this point. It seemed uncharacteristic so maybe it's a non-issue moving forward. Good game for younger guys to get quality play time in the 2nd half. Blake Corum and Donovan Edwards had some nice runs but there were some hiccups along the way. Rutgers' defense is on the aggressive side. Was part of Michigan's gameplan to just keep it safe and not take Rutgers too seriously? Khalid Hill approves of the FB dive. Donovan Edwards maximized his blocking opportunities in this game, this may have been his best game so far at Michigan. Jeffrey Persi wasn't noticed, which is good! [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs Rutgers starts at 38:50 Rutgers did basically what Michigan State did - hit a couple deep passes and otherwise mostly went three and out. According to Seth, SHI Stadium turned off the rushing yard total on the scoreboard. Not a ton to say - Taylor Upshaw had a really nice game. Rutgers only had 49 snaps on offense. Cam Goode had a sack! David brings back the Chonky Talk. Gavin Wimsatt has a good arm but very little accuracy... doesn't seem like he can be the guy moving forward. Michigan's defense is 4th in SP+ which is opponent-adjusted. We have not seen opponents get chunk run plays due to poor linebacker play in a few weeks, Barrett seems to be adapting as a natural linebacker more and more. Jenkins snuffed out a shovel pass, something they got burned on earlier in the year.  3. Hot Takes, Defense, and Game Theory starts at 1:03:13 Takes hotter than the lights that were going all flashy and was like oh we're in the club because they scored a touchdown. SETH SINGS AT 1:03:57 JUST WARNING YOU. Viva La Revolution. Special teams were a disaster for the first time in years. That might've been the first punt block of Brad Robbins' career? There is a... uh... theory about Rutgers. What is up with Adam Korsak?? He got hit on a run but there wasn't a flag at least. Congratulations Big Ten Punters, you have made Brian angry. Brian and David set up the perfect punt-for-a-touchdown play. End-of-half clock management discussion 4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:30:12 Please do not actually kidnap Chef Thad. All Big Ten scores must be contextualized with the wind (30-40 mph) across the midwest rendering all passing essentially useless. Northwestern actually outgains Ohio State by two yards. Did Ohio State use plays that were reserved for the Michigan game? We hate everything about Pat Fitzgerald's offense. Ohio State fans who think college football should be in controlled environmental stadiums are SAWFT. This game was dead even in the trenches. Ohio State's offensive line isn't bad but... they might not be good? Ohio State is averaging 1.9 points per possession on drives that start in their own territory over the last three games. Illinois was 1 of 6 on 4th down against Michigan State. They had plenty of chances to get more points and just couldn't. This opens up the Big Ten West and now there are scenarios where Iowa or Wisconsin could actually win the West. Nebraska takes a 10-0 lead and then Minnesota takes over the rest of the game. Nebraska's quarterbacks are named... Chubba and Purdy. The Nebraska offensive line PFF grades are horrendous. Iowa and Wisconsin win their games because they're the better rushing teams. Take the pass game out of Maryland and they can't win football games. If Iowa made it back to Indy, who would be more upset? Iowa fans or non-Iowa fans?  MUSIC: "Tanaka"--Joey valance and Brad "Blitz Flow"--CHIBI LOL and Baby Tom "Fred"--The Dream Eaters “Across 110th Street”

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.8: The One Without Seth

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 77:29


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Jacob Sigman [After THE JUMP: What's said] --------------------- 1. Rutgers Preview starts at the top Why do we keep making Alex watch bad football? Should not be a competitive game on either side of the ball  2. An Interview with Regent Mike Behm  starts at 25:00 Behm is up for re-election on Tuesday and he stopped by to talk about President Ono, tuition cost, housing, and NIL.  3. MSU After Review starts at 45:39 Brian is still hip on JJ but there were throws missed. OLs getting more stars on the FFFF diagram soon? Rod Moore was very good. 4. Hockey starts at 1:03:32  A generally strong non-conference performance but it's a young team with some hiccups. Fantilli? Awesome. Other freshmen? Coming along. Naurato landed his first big recruit in Nick Moldenhauer from the Chicago Steel.    About the Featured Musician It's Jacob Sigman (Spotify, Bandcamp) and turn on the first 10 seconds of "The World is Ending" and you'll get it—genre-wise I'd call it Ann Arborish pop soul humor. This guy was at the Blind Pig a few weeks back and killed it. He was also on The Tonight Show in the Battle of the Instant Songwriters and also killed it: Battle of the Instant Songwriters: @JacobSigman performs "We're Only Friends Cause You Have A Pool." #FallonTonight pic.twitter.com/DCYKsjMQeO — The Tonight Show (@FallonTonight) June 28, 2022 Song selections are my favorite one, the newest one, and the type specimen: Think About You Strawberry Blonde The World is Ending Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken down, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat

The Sales Hunter Podcast
The Power of the Human Element in Sales w/ Larry Long Jr.

The Sales Hunter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 24:31


Have salespeople fallen into the AI trap? We're not robots, and a robot could never do what a salesperson can. Our guest Larry Long Jr. and Mark Hunter discuss using technology to advance you, but not to replace you. How do we return the human element to the sales process? It comes down to how we view our own purpose, and how we help those around us. If sales is a transfer of energy, it's time to put in the work!  Find our guest at https://larrylongjr.com  Ready for a mindset reset? Explore daily habits and practical strategies for your success with Mark's A Mind for Sales Masterclass, available here.    This episode was sponsored by Calendly. 

Data Legends: Stories From The IT Trenches
The Human Element of Tech Development

Data Legends: Stories From The IT Trenches

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 22:53 Transcription Available


Opportunities for growth are all around us, but it takes the ability to be open and an eager growth mindset to see them. In this episode, David Noblet,Co-Founder + Chief Architect at ChaosSearch, shares how he and his team find innovative ways to improve digital services for their clients by constantly taking inspiration from their daily lives. Join us as we discuss: Building a culture of passion Expanding at a sustainable rate Deploying infrastructure at scale

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.9: Oh This Guy

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 117:23


1 hour and 57 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. The Tunnel Incident  starts at 1:00 We're hoping that Brad Robbins is enjoying his extended vacation. We discuss the tunnel incident. This was an assault and should be called such, doesn't matter which beat is discussing it. Even the Michigan vs Ohio State rivalry doesn't have stuff this bad happening. There have not been "three incidents" in the tunnel, the Ohio State one was just hooting and hollering. Penn State was hooting and hollering plus an airborne Uncrustable. Maybe Michigan should just double down on the hooting and hollering, it's not actually doing anything wrong. The post-game stuff on the field was just a fracas which is a rivalry thing that happens. Michigan State players now have a history of trying to intentionally injure Michigan players (going back to trying to twist Denard Robinson's neck), something we don't even see with Ohio State. McBurrows running into the tunnel is irrelevant to what those Michigan State players did to him. Maybe an honest punishment would be making the game be at Michigan Stadium next season? [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Offense vs Michigan State starts at 23:47 Brian got the score right in the preview for once! 64-0 would've been nicer, though. Every note on Blake Corum is "that was good." There's nothing to say about him because... what can you say?? Everything is just... good. Redzone play calling could've been better. Ronnie Bell is a great blocker but is asked to make impossible blocks sometimes. It's starting to sound like Michigan might be able to run the ball really well on November 26- LALALALA NOT TALKING ABOUT THAT YET. JJ had some inconsistent incompletions, probably could've aired it out better but hey, you've got Blake Corum. You only lose this game by having six turnovers so maybe they played a little conservatively.  3. Hot Takes, Defense, and Game Theory starts at 53:03 Takes significantly less hot than a Michigan State player in the aftermath of an ass beating by Michigan (switching it up a bit). TONE IT DOWN. Michigan State did one successful thing - heave the ball to Keon Coleman. You guys want to get into conspiracy Twitter about officiating and- nope. Being told we're not allowed to go there. Kris Jenkins played a great game. Overall the pressure was a little disappointing in this game. Okie didn't have a big game here, and neither against Penn State. Michigan should have more interceptions than they've had this year. Michigan State's tight ends go 'Blorp Blorp Blorp.' Brian makes noises. Which corner covers who against Ohio St- LALALA NEVER MIND. 'Twas a bad day for 6's. It was surprising seeing Michigan go for a block on 4th and 3. There was some trouble with the snap tee hee. Michigan has snapper depth, MICHIGAN STATE DOES NOT.  4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:28:09 Just gonna dive right into Penn State vs Ohio State. JT Tuamol- Tuimull- Tumulo- ... JTT tormented Penn State. A Penn State team that got waxed by Michigan had a 4th quarter lead... This looks like a beatable Ohio State team (*knock on all nearby available wood*). The Penn State Rube Goldberg drive. Ohio State couldn't get a screen pass going at all against Penn State. Did Ohio State just not prepare enough for Penn State? Maybe Penn State is built to defend Ohio State better than Michigan? Illinois vs Michigan is looking like maybe the [2nd] best Big Ten game this season. Illinois Purdue for the Big Ten West might be intriguing, though. Minnesota... uh... thoroughly beat Rutgers. Happy Rutgers week. Iowa scored 33 points!! Who should be under more duress, Pat Fitzgerald or Brian/Kirk Ferentz? What would a Gattis vs Ferentz matchup look like? THERE'S AN AFTER-CREDITS SCENE. MUSIC: "I Ain't Proud"—Langhorne Slim "You Want It, You Got It"—Detroit Emeralds "It Ain't That Easy Being Green"—Ray Charles “Across 110th Street”

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.7: Rock, Paper, Scissors

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 80:02 Very Popular


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. 1. MSU Preview starts about 5PM How much respect do we give a QB who can lay it in there or get lit up. Jayden Reed is a star right? How much of their defensive renaissance was getting back two of their veteran stars and how much was Wisconsin's offense being so bad they got their coach fired? 2. UM Regent Jordan Acker starts at 31:14 Direction of the university, NIL, etc. Then Brian goes YIMBY. 3. Penn State: The Offense starts at 49:50 Blowout dissection fun time. That was lots of rushing yards: how did they do it? Maybe they shifted more McCarthy practice time to run game? It worked! What was PSU doing? 4. Penn State: The Defense starts at 1:08:07 All aboard the Sainristil train. Minter was PREPARED for this one. About the Featured Musician Obviously saved this one for this one. Detroit-based White Bee (aka Shannon Maureen Barnes) is a kaleidoscope-pop/soul act who recently opened for friend of the blog Mayer Hawthorne. Also she has a song called "Beat State." Go listen to her latest album Psychedelic Flight Attendant (2020) on Spotify and report back. It's a really slick mix. Beat State Antihistamine Borough of Churches Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.8: The Basketball Preview

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 133:04 Very Popular


2 hours and 13 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. The Backcourt starts at 1:00 Hoping Jaelin Llewellyn's length solves some of the guard defense because there's been a high floor for opponent possessions with the shorties. Don't know if he can translate into a point guard since he's always been more of an SG but makes good decisions and shares the ball for a #2 scorer on a good team. Won't have to be that here. Dug is a pest on defense, too small to hold up as a true freshman, but supposed to be quite the passer and can shoot. Kobe Bufkin is young and just gained a lot of poundage, is Caris-like but NOT Caris. Can shoot. At the three is Jett, and he can shoot too—defense might be a work in progress this year. Joey Baker can give you 15 minutes a game as a JAS. If Isaiah Barnes can play now he will play now. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. The Frontcourt starts at 31:08 The four is going to be Terrance Williams II and we all trip over ourselves to be the first to hint, then say he was outplaying Caleb Houstan last year. Like him at the four where his agility is not as big of a deal and he adds to the spacing. Backup is murky—will Youssef Khayat be big enough to assist here as a Franz-alike by later in the year? How about Jace Howard? Go small? Tschetter's defensive liabilities for his offensive prowess? With all these shooters Hunter Dickinson gets to feast. Won't have to stretch as much this year, will get more assists just because the guys he's passing to will make the shots. Best player in the league, better at drop coverage. Tarris Reed has treetrunk legs, gets to develop behind Hunter for a year. 3. How it Fits and Around the League starts at 58:02 Who is Juwan Howard's favorite son? The Big Ten is down as we cast about for contenders. Not buying Indiana's case of Xavier Johnson and TJD because what kind of case is that, except probably the best one in the B10 right now. Not State—they don't have a center save Mady Sissoko. Illinois? They lost as much as they brought in (lots). Purdue? No point, Brandon Newman and Zach Edey and Eric Hunter and Mason Gillis will certainly get them in the playoffs but scoring will be an issue even if Caleb Furst blows up like we think he will. Ohio State lost a ton, added transfers and freshmen—all slice and dicers save the JAS from WVU—to Zed Key and Justice Sueing. Iowa will be Iowa, replacing Keegan Murray with his literal clone Kris. Seth tries to sell us all on Rutgers because of continuity, but Geo Baker and Ron Harper Jr. are gone. Wisconsin…errrr….they'll probably have someone—not Tyler Wahl—emerge. Maryland takes a step back, will play small with Donta Scott at C as Kevin Willard takes a Year Zero. Penn State has a 6x transfer. Minnesota…isn't Nebraska. Pete Nance is gone from NWern—GO CHASE AUDIGE GO! 4. Hot Takes and Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:27:45 Takes hotter than a four year old that just discovered a piece of carrot in her ramen. Despite Ohio State winning 54-10 against Iowa, there is a lot to unpack. CJ Stroud had a typical day but Ohio State's rushing offense struggled. Iowa turned the ball over six time. Ohio State only scored one touchdown in their first ten drives. Iowa was desperate enough to bring in Padilla and it was also a disaster. Are we actually seeing the unraveling of the Ferentz era (or will it still take three years for Iowa to finally let him go?). Iowa's offensive EPA was -51 points... NEGATIVE FIFTY ONE. Michigan might actually have a reasonable enough chance to slow down Ohio State's offense enough to... win. Penn State bounces back and holds Mo Ibrahim to only 102 yards (3.4 avg). Sean Clifford played a great game. Tanner Morgan was out with a concussion and backup Athan Kaliakmanis did not look as good. Jamie has discovered an interesting stat about Minnesota coaching regimes. No Taulia Tagovailoa for Maryland against Northwestern, Northwestern's quarterback is Some Guy. This is just a totally differeny Maryland team right now. Maryland's 330 lbs center got flagged for doing a cartwheel - worth it. Need Penn State and Maryland to keep winning to help Michigan's chances of making the CFP just in case Michigan loses to Ohio State and goes 11-1 - imagine if Michigan missed the CFP because they cancelled the UCLA game. Wisconsin scores 21 points against Purdue in the first quarter and then glide paths to the finish line. This was Wisconsin's 16th straight win against Purdue. Rutgers vs Indiana - confirmed, both teams are bad.  MUSIC: "Soul Flower"—Pharcyde "Leave It In My Dreams"—The Voidz "I Can't Explain"—David Bowie “Across 110th Street”

8th Layer Insights
Social Engineering and Breaking into Stuff with Jenny Radcliffe

8th Layer Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 36:21


On this episode, Perry sits down with Jenny Radcliffe (a.k.a. The People Hacker). Jenny is a well-known speaker, podcaster, professional social engineer, and physical penetration tester… in other words, she's a social engineer who specializes not only in tricking people into doing things they shouldn't do… but she also specializes getting into places she shouldn't be and finding things she shouldn't be able to find. Her job is to embody the criminal mindset and use the skills of a criminal to find the vulnerabilities that a criminal would find. In this interview, Jenny talks shop about her path to becoming a full time social engineer, the realities of penetration testing, inherent vulnerabilities in buildings and humans, and how to continuously improve at anything. Guests: Jenny Radcliffe (LinkedIn) (Twitter) (Website) Books and References: Bruce Schneier blog about the Security Mindset Video -- Jenny Radcliffe: How I Fooled A £2mil Security System Jenny's interview on the Jordan Harbinger Show Jenny's interview on Darknet Diaries Jenny's interview on the Security Mastermind's Podcast The Art of Deception: Controlling the Human Element of Security by Kevin Mitnick Harvard Business Review article on the Principles of Persuasion A blog series Perry did on Deception (Part 1), (Part 2). Perry's Books Transformational Security Awareness: What Neuroscientists, Storytellers, and Marketers Can Teach Us About Driving Secure Behaviors, by Perry Carpenter The Security Culture Playbook: An Executive Guide To Reducing Risk and Developing Your Human Defense Layer by Perry Carpenter & Kai Roer Production Credits: Music and Sound Effects by Blue Dot Sessions, Envato Elements, & Storyblocks. Artwork by Chris Machowski @ https://www.RansomWear.net/ and Mia Rune @ https://www.MiaRune.com. 8th Layer Insights theme music composed and performed by Marcos Moscat @ https://www.GameMusicTown.com/ Want to get in touch with Perry? Here's how: LinkedIn Twitter Instagram Email: perry [at] 8thLayerMedia [dot] com

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast Episode 14.7: The Director of Swag

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 133:48 Very Popular


2 hours and 13 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Penn State starts at 1:00 The subplot of this game in the 4th quarter was if Michigan would get 400 yards rushing or not (they got 418). There was a hiccup in the 2nd quarter but otherwise it was The Great Plain Of Reasonable Expectations. The two big runs were a result of JJ's legs because the defense has to respect his running ability. Introducing: the double arc! Urban Meyer said Michigan had no chance of running the ball against Penn State. JJ was great except for a couple uncharacteristic misses on... swing passes? They threw out of the pistol on the first play of the game (obviously they listen to the MGoPodcast). Absolute annihilation in RPS. The pick-six ultimately didn't really matter and probably hits the ground 99 times out of 100 (Brian forgot it even happened). Incredible amount of movement from the offensive line. Blake Corum's little dolphin feet.  [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP]   2. Defense vs Penn State starts at 42:13 Total domination aside from two or three plays. Not many deep shots by Penn State, but Frames Janklin dialed one up on 4th and six (after a timeout...). Two goal line fades?? Kris Jenkins devoured Penn State's five star running back on the first drive. Someone on the Michigan sideline gets a headset sticker for pulling Will Johnson away from getting a taunting penalty. Interesting rotation at safety, Quinten Johnson played a lot in the 4th quarter. Michael Barrett had a thundersack, this was probably his best game.  3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Game Theory starts at 1:06:02 Takes so hot they're Jim Harbaugh after he thinks there's been a simulated snap by Penn State's defense. JAKE MOODY CAN TACKLE. FLEX ON THEM, JAKE. TAKE THE FIFTEEN YARDS, IT'S FINE. Seth has Brian's blessing to make fun of Penn State's coaching. AJ Henning was fine, he's shooting his shot. Brad Robbins enjoyed a lovely day outdoors. Penn State players were apparently tweeting before the game which may have led to the tunnel shouting match. Two point conversion was probably the right call. Michigan seems to have greatly reduced playcalling issues (with respect to getting the play in or play clock). They're better at play packages this year. 4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:40:41 Michigan State won a game that they actually deserved to win. Wisconsin couldn't even get 100 passing yards until deep into the 4th quarter, how do you not throw the ball more against Michigan State?? Wisconsin is so bad that only squeezing out a win against them might not actually be a good thing. Purdue walk-on Devin Mackobee put up 178 rushing yards against Nebraska, what on earth is going to happen when Blake Corum gets a chance?? Are we projecting 800 rushing yards against Nebraska?? Starting to look like Purdue vs Illinois for the Big Ten West (how did it come to this). Taulia Tagovailoa might've had a season-ending injury. Maryland just can't escape this from happening every year, now they'll probably lose a few more and it may impact Michigan's strength of schedule. The Illinois vs Minnesota boxscore just does not look indicative of the final score. Illinois dominated in yardage but only won by 12. O/U 1.5 - how many times does Michigan play Illinois this year? MUSIC: "Glad Girls"--Guided by Voices "Beep"--MIA "Plumb Line"--Archers of Loaf “Across 110th Street”

劉軒的How to人生學
EP159|不是因為你不夠努力,而是你忽略了「心理摩擦力」— 《The Human Element》讀書會

劉軒的How to人生學

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 49:57


很多時候,事情的卡關,都是在錯誤的地方用力。 為什麼提案常常不被接受?面試總是不順利?想要說服人接受自己的想法卻總是被打槍? 不是我們的點子不夠好、想要倡導的事不夠重要。而是我們沒有把「人」的心理抗拒因素考量進去。而那個就是「心理摩擦力」。 在這集節目中,特別要帶大家來分享過去在「人生設計所」線上讀書會的內容,為大家來導讀《The Human Element: Overcoming the Resistance That Awaits New Idea》這本別具洞察力的精彩著作。 在這本書中,作者以精闢的分析,帶我們一窺人的心理中,存在著哪些摩擦力,而我們又該怎麼去做一一破解,讓我們面對盲點,更能迎刃而解。 The Human Element的中譯版,將於2023年3月推出,由三采文化出版,敬請期待!

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.6: Team Canada's Lasting Lessons

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 78:00 Very Popular


The Book John U. Bacon is coming on to talk about this, ie "The Greatest Comeback: How Team Canada Fought Back, Took the Summit Series, and Reinvented Hockey." Like you need more than a link to buy a Bacon book, core audience. He could have called it Hockey Canada's Lasting Lessons and you'd buy it. It's a Bacon book. The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Craig Brown Band Video is Here: [After THE JUMP: What's to be said] --------------------- 1. Penn State Preview starts at the top If their secondary is so good why do they give up yards? Seth is afraid of running quarterbacks, like we haven't faced Sean Clifford before. 2. John U. Bacon on his new book The Greatest Comeback on the 1972 Summit Series starts at 31:06 The Canadians were so sure of themselves. Then they had to go into the Columbus, Ohio, of countries to win back their pride. 3. Bacon and Hockey starts at 45:45 Bacon coached against Narauto so he's got 4. Indiana After Review starts at 1:00:00 Okay Klatt, what did you find? Well, how did it go with Barnhart? Was there a Mike Hart Effect? Dealing with Screens. How real is the pass rush? About the Featured Musician This week it's the Craig Brown Band (Website. Spotify.) He's country, but tongue in cheek country. One thing my college friend core group (who were all in a band) does when we get together is pull out acoustic guitars and genre-bend. Craig Brown reminds me of that…putting a blues riff on an Old Blue Eyes classic or   The song choices: Overthinking Get This Money Shoulda Been Fishin' Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

Music (ed) Matters
Episode 127: Episode 127 - Dr. William Powell: The Human Element, Life’s Paths & Performance Practice

Music (ed) Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 52:18


In this episode, we learn all about the musical journey of Dr. William Powell, a Charles W. Barkley Endowed Professor and Director of Choral Activities at Auburn University. In this role, he teaches choral-related courses, and conducts the Chamber Choir, Men's Chorus, Concert Choir, and co-conducts the Gospel Choir with his wife, Dr. Rosephanye Powell. As we walk through his journey to choir, we explore the power of building culture, setting high expectations, and yet giving grace. Then, at the end, Dr. Powell, who's edit's his own choral series (“The William Powell Choral Series” released by Gentry Publications) and has many choral arrangements published by Fred Bock Music, Hal Leonard, and Oxford University Press, we talk about overcoming fear in programming and defining concert spirituals versus gospel. Learn more about Dr. Powell: https://cla.auburn.edu/music/faculty-staff/william-powell/. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/q65uPoGkrk8.    Order your copy of Dr. Burch's book, “The Business of Choir”: https://www.giamusic.com/store/resource/the-business-of-choir-book-g10713. Join us over at Patreon.com/MusicEdMatters for monthly meet-ups, monthly bonus episodes, special content and more!Support the companies that make The Music (ed) Matters Podcast possible: —Kaleidoscope Adventures - find your adventure today, kaleidoscopeadventures.com/.  Including the June 2023 Festival and PD Weekend in Myrtle Beach with Alex & Emmy and their choirs!— The Kinnison Choral Company - check out their quality resources - or get your tracks made today - at KinnisonChoralCo.com. **Show music originally written by Mr. Todd Monsell**Show photography provided by Dr. Dan Biggerstaff

The Social-Engineer Podcast
Ep. 182 - Human Element Series - Strategic Thought Time and Grit with David Hill

The Social-Engineer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 38:16


Today we are joined by David Hill. David is currently a licensed real estate broker in Massachusetts and is also a Success Certified Business Coach and Cardone University Sales Trainer. Davis has been a top producing real estate agent for over 18 years as well as a phone sales trainer with over 36 years' sales experience in multiple industries. David is also the host of the Path to Mastery podcast and the author of two books, “The Sales Playbook” and “Getting your Quality of Life back”. David also enjoys traveling, spending time with his 3 daughters and his wife, and enjoys exercise as a triathlete who has competed in an Ironman Race. [Oct 10th, 2022]    00:00 – Intro   00:20 – Intro Links  Social-Engineer.com  Managed Voice Phishing  Managed Email Phishing Adversarial Simulations  Social-Engineer channel on SLACK  CLUTCH  innocentlivesfoundation.org - http://www.innocentlivesfoundation.org/  01:41 – David Hill Intro  02:41 – How did you get started in sales?  03:51 – The way sales have changed over the decades   07:15 – Improving your quality of life  09:45 – Setting Standards  11:48 – Getting over the fear of setting boundaries  16:38 – The Power of Resilience  19:37 – Developing your own Grit  23:14 – Steps to finding your passion  28:48 – Strategic Thought Time  31:28 – Who are your greatest mentors?  John Alexandrov  Jim Rohn  Jairek Robbins  33:42 – Book Recommendations:  Shift - Gary Keller  The Art of Impossible - Steven Kotler  The Sales Playbook - David Hill  36:36 – Find David Hill online  Website: www.davidhill.link  Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DavidHillcoach/    37:26 – Guest Wrap Up  37:54 – Outro  www.social-engineer.com  www.innocentlivesfoundation.org  

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
Episode 14.6: C'mon Dog

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 124:36 Very Popular


2 hours and 5 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Indiana starts at 1:00 Selling out versus loading up: when Michigan went pistol IU went balls for the wall against the run, even bringing corners to the line of scrimmage before the mesh point. All three(!) play-action passes were big gains. Something to talk about with the receivers finally, including Shoooooon. Blake Corum: still Hart but Fast, not saying Barry Sanders okay OKAY? Edwards is good not Corum good. Offensive line met resistance but didn't give up pass-rush: that's opponent variant. Disagreement on Barnhart. 2. Defense vs Indiana starts at 36:08 Hate Walt Bell offenses. Not because they're hard to stop but because they don't go anywhere in many plays that all come down to how much practice time to do you want to expend on Indiana? Colson might have been a coaching thing: M didn't want to play with light boxes but wasn't getting lined up. Seth: Cover 3 in the first half: why? Brian: they didn't respect IU. Pass rush probably was more IU-related. 3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Game Theory starts at 1:01:25 A new plan for accessing Star Cornelius Johnson. The refs: personally offended by cool stuff—Fox knew the face-wipe was cool because they featured it on the reel before the 2nd half. Intentional grounding is philosophically broken. Seth is also philosophically broken. Can a game-winning field goal be sad? 4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:32:54 Purdue has no closer, needs to get up by 30 points to be secure. Illinois gets into an Iowa with Iowa but come out still looking like New Wisconsin. Old Wisconsin looks like they finally figured out that one receiver they targeted that one drive against us last year is actually worth throwing at. Michigan State keeps using that word “dignity” I'm not sure it means what they think it means. MUSIC: “Throwing Back the Apple”—Pale Saints "Nobody Dies"—Thao & The Get Down "Crippling Self Doubt and a General Lack of Self-Confidence"—Courtney Barnett “Across 110th Street”  

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.5: Nobody Here is European

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 85:35 Very Popular


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Orochen Video is Here: [After THE JUMP: What's to be said] --------------------- 1. Indiana Preview starts at the top Where'd everybody go? Alex likes one linebacker, thinks their formerly great corner Tiawan Mullen has lost it and the other CB might be hurt. They get interesting blitzes but need a true freshman who's 6'5/220 to get to the QB. Tight end city them? Hit them deep? Both? Both. On offense they're an every kind of screen team, but bad at it. 2. Hockey Preview wsg David Nasternak starts at 23:10 Lindenwood? We know their coach used to play for the Wings. Don't care because let's get into the defense, starting with Luke Hughes, Hobey Baker favorite barring weirdness from the voters. Edwards is a guy we're looking to see a big step up from. Nazar might be out awhile so we'll get to see them throw the 4th through 9th forward spots in a blender and put together a good checking line around Moyle. Love the top line of Samo with Fantilli and Duke. Poor ND got their best two recruits stolen by Michigan and Minnesota. 3. Iowa After Review: Defense starts at 50:53 Nothing to learn from the secondary except I have a farfetched thought about Sainristil. Mike Morris has completed his development into Chris Wormley: set up his pass rushes with technique. Eyabi Okie is a better player than we realized, even after going back and watching his film from FBS (that's for the guy saying we didn't watch enough film—how dare you!). Linebacker is the one real issue—don't get why Colson was spot-dropping, but Barrett gave us what he could and shouldn't have to face fullbacks again for awhile. Mullings take from last week seemed to be on point. 4. Iowa After Review start at 1:06:58 This time it's Brian who has to tell us how they did against the other team's real side. Except Iowa didn't have the horses and backed off, so the OL just got a lot of +0.5s for doing their jobs. Gotta use your QB's legs if that's in the offense, or just do something that doesn't. LOVED the first TD playcall because Iowa is inside the 20 and that's where they get aggressive—perfect call in that situation. Only tiny nits for McCarthy's McNamara-esque game. About the Featured Musician Swedish band Orochen (Bandcamp, Spotify) has an Ann Arborish "post-" take on Swedish metal. They're hit and miss for me—heavy metal isn't my thing—but they make music with weight that brings in all kinds of other genres. Like what if Sigur Ros got dipped in death metal—what would that be? They came up as an band similar to Ann Arbor of my time's Oblivion, and yeah, if Oblivion had been allowed to grow up this is what they might have become too. The song choices: Iron Gates Black Snow Teeth of Glass Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat

Chill Takes
Episode 42- There's a Human Element to the Game/Wild Card Preview (feat. Kirby Davidson)

Chill Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 45:16


Isaac is replaced by Kirby this week as we break down the Wild Card Matchups! We also reflected on the historic seasons of Aaron Judge and Albert Pujols! But first, he's making the rounds, former Blue Jays Manager and baseball lifer, John Gibbons joins the pod!!

Matt Brown Show
MBS468 - Scalenomics: How to scale a startup with Steve Blank and David Schonthal

Matt Brown Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 85:48


I had the prvilidedge of interviewing Steve Blank (Author of Four Steps to the Epiphany and the Startup Owner's Manual) and David Schonthal (Venture Capitalist and author of the Human Element) for the second time on the Matt Brown Show. In this episode we talk about the art and science of scaling a startup with a live audience.Get interviewed on the Matt Brown Show: www.MattBrownShow.com

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.5: Joel Klatt Already Said This But

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 115:39 Very Popular


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. 1. Offense vs Iowa starts at 1:00 An Iowa game but not one of those Iowa games. Better performance on offense than the score indicated. JJ only took one shot downfield and missed it by only by about a yard. Felt like Michigan could just get six yards in the A-gap any time they wanted – Iowa's tackles are a bit light. Blake Corum spent the offseason lifting buses. There are like 12 minutes before they actually start talking about the quarterback play! Soft underneath passes are how you approach this Iowa defense if you can run the ball. Zero interceptions against a defense that intercepts the ball a LOT. JJ has been coached to not get hit but has a lot of opportunities to get extra yardage upfield if he just goes for it. Is the goal still “just get the quarterback to week 12”? Donovan Edwards has now scored a rushing touchdown, receiving touchdown, and passing touchdown against Iowa (editor's pop quiz: who was the last Michigan player to do this against a single team? Hint: it was in one game, not two). If teams are going to keep putting their defensive backs in the parking lot then Luke Schoonmaker is going to keep being the #1 target. Receivers are still fast. Other teams are afraid of them so they don't get as many targets. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs Iowa starts at 35:50 Normally when you only give up 14 points to a real football team you feel pretty good. Here we feel… fine? A little concerning that the things Iowa got weren't sporadic. Michigan's defensive tackles are really good but not world eaters. Need more linebacker support but there's still no news on Nikhai-Hill Green. Defensive line was up and down. There was pressure but Iowa didn't let themselves get consumed by it until the desperation drive. Okie sacks Petras with a guy between him and Petras. When Upshaw is on the field it is only for one reason. Seth ALMOST patted his head and rubbed his belly in the Very Visual Podcast. Okie is developing nicely, what were all these other teams doing with him? He's flashing and tracking to exceed expectations. What Iowa's offense did in the first four games was unsustainably bad, this was probably them reverting to the mean. 3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Game Theory starts at 59:50 Takes hotter than Iowa fans thinking about Brian Ferentz as the head coach of Iowa football (too hot?). Iowa punted a lot, Iowa fans cheered. Michigan's special teams didn't really have an eventful day, especially against Iowa. You want to fire Brian Ferentz?? Yeah well watch this FAKE KNEEL! Maybe Michigan going into a shell had something to do with the backwards pass fumble? Clipping penalty was a bad call. Hold on Benny was the right call. 4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:22:23 Wisconsin rushes for two yards... Against ILLINOIS. This was recorded before the Paul Chryst news. Wisconsin tends to hire from within the program but Lance Leipold (Kansas head coach) has Wisconsin ties. Minnesota was looking great this season but then got outplayed by Purdue. There is currently a six-way tie for first place in the Big Ten West, who possibly wins this divsion? Everyone has a fatal flaw. It might come down to Minnesota and Illinois (what a time to be alive). Maryland dominates Michigan State more than the score suggests. Michigan State looks bad BUT we all know what their Super Bowl is this year. They did have another goal line stand. They might not make a bowl. Are we getting to "Sean Clifford Falls Apart" season? Penn State Northwestern was ugly - it was a rain game, though. After five weeks we still don't know a lot about Penn State. Nineteen punts in Indiana Nebraska! Nebraska gets their first win over an FBS opponent in ten tries. CJ Stroud looked mortal against Rutgers. Teams are 1-8 after playing Nebraska - the Infection Theory of playing Nebraska (how do you tell if Indiana is negatively effected by playing Nebraska?).  MUSIC: Too Close for Comfort Theme Song "Frankenstein"--Babytron "Weird Goodbyes"-- The National featuring Bon Iver “Across 110th Street”

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.4: Opa Caveman Style

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 92:40 Very Popular


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. Featured Musician: Sugar Shack The video is here: [After THE JUMP: What's to be said] --------------------- 1. Iowa Preview starts at the top The new corner is even better than the old corner, who was last year's DB of the year in the Big Ten. Front is a little small—can we run through them as well as around them? Comes down to whether Michigan can take advantage of athletic limitations. Don't throw pick sixes. Offense: um, it's Baaaaaaad. Maybe they'll get some run with the fullback but not with that OL. 2. Maryland After Review: Offense starts at 28:45 McCarthy wasn't perfect but he was still pretty good. Still perfect on anything that's not a bomb, and he recalibrated after he realized his arm strength is back to more than it was when he was rehabbing. We haven't seen him uncork yet this year so that makes sense. CORUM! In defense of his pass pro. Also: OL didn't have a big pass protection test in UMD. 3. Maryland After Review: Defense starts at 55:51 Gemon Green has been fixed? He's not looking around much but he plays the receiver and he runs their routes for them. NFL Player. Also Sainristil: weird that he's only in his first year of defense because he tackles so well and reads what's happening to him. One big play on him but you can tell he's playing run and knows what mistake he made. LBs are playing back and not taking lanes when they get them, and we know that's a thing in this defense because Ross and NHG were good at those. DL is making it better, but time for McGregor to take Upshaw's snaps and split time with Harrell. Mazi Smith: dude. 4. Gimmicky Top Five: Biggest Contrasts starts at 1:20:56 Brian gets mad that Seth's #1 is the obvious one. About the Featured Musician Detroit-based Sugar Tradition (Bandcamp, Spotify, Instagram) is a more rockin, more psychedelic version of Jet. There's a lot of blues riffs, but they're excellent musicians who can infuse enough energy to keep that from getting rote, which is pretty hard to do after 70 years of people riffing on that progression. They're just getting into the studio to record some new stuff but their album Sugar Shack is part of my work playlist and I shared two songs from 2019's Green Machine because I was listening to that while doing UFR this week. Baby What's Wrong Nowhere to Go Slummin Around Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation
Understanding How the Scriptures Came to Be

Audio podcast of the Interpreter Foundation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 13:34


Review of Michael R. Ash, Rethinking Revelation and the Human Element in Scripture: The Prophet's Role as Creative Co-Author (Redding, CA: FAIRLatterDaySaints.org, 2021). 770 pages. $34.95 (paperback). Abstract: A new book by Mike Ash examines to what degree the human mind is involved in receiving revelation. Ash sums up his view by saying, “prophets have a special calling, […] The post Understanding How the Scriptures Came to Be first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

PDF feed of Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship

Review of Michael R. Ash, Rethinking Revelation and the Human Element in Scripture: The Prophet's Role as Creative Co-Author (Redding, CA: FAIRLatterDaySaints.org, 2021). 770 pages. $34.95 (paperback). Abstract: A new book by Mike Ash examines to what degree the human mind is involved in receiving revelation. Ash sums up his view by saying, “prophets have a special calling, […] The post Understanding How the Scriptures Came to Be first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

ePub feed of Interpreter: A Journal of Latter-day Saint Faith and Scholarship

Review of Michael R. Ash, Rethinking Revelation and the Human Element in Scripture: The Prophet's Role as Creative Co-Author (Redding, CA: FAIRLatterDaySaints.org, 2021). 770 pages. $34.95 (paperback). Abstract: A new book by Mike Ash examines to what degree the human mind is involved in receiving revelation. Ash sums up his view by saying, “prophets have a special calling, […] The post Understanding How the Scriptures Came to Be first appeared on The Interpreter Foundation.

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.4: It's Not So Easy Is It?

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 129:35 Very Popular


2 hours and 9 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, SignalWire (use the code MUPPETS), Prentice 4M, where we recorded this, Team Fan Club, and introducing The View from the Cheap Seats podcast by the Sklars, who will now be joining us for the Hot Takes segments. Please go subscribe and like their podcast and leave your hot takes about this game in the reviews. 1. Offense vs Maryland starts at 1:00 There was some First Actual Game clunkiness but the boxscore looks fine! Was that actually the fastest touchdown in Michigan football history? JJ missing some deep shots isn't concerning, more concerning is him breaking the pocket to run around and then run around some more and then run around some more. There was also some poor decision making, he looked like a second year quarterback. So Blake Corum is pretty good. Incredible awareness and elusiveness. Was also able to grind out short yardage which was the only part of his game that was missing. Brian officially calls him the best running back he's ever seen at Michigan. Pass protection was pretty good. Schoonmaker's run blocking has been fantastic and offers NFL-level complexity to the run game. Tight end depth is good enough that they might not actually miss Erick All too much moving forward. Can't run a trick play based off of a play you didn't run. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP]   2. Defense vs Maryland starts at 36:50 Very little pass rush which is concerning. Tagovailoa had all day to pass. Interestingly when Maryland brought in their backup the pass rush started to work. A lof of things that Seth said wouldn't translate from Colorado State have not translated into this game. Some of the blitzes weren't weird enough. Linebackers were not shooting the gaps, Nikhai-Hill Green was greatly missed. The secondary looked great, though! Mike Sainristil has absolutely crushed all expectations this season. Shout out to RJ Moten for batting down the ball on his own to make the interception. Maryland will probably end up being one of the best offenses Michigan plays so in hindsight this was a pretty solid performance as a whole. There were some flagrantly missed holding calls.  3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Game Theory starts at 1:05:24 Takes hotter than Adrian Martinez any time he plays Oklahoma. Talking about going for it on 4th down - do you call a timeout? Seeing Miami run plays that didn't work for Michigan last year was... interesting. Can't punt around mid-field if you're just running it down their throat, especially when Blake Corum is running for 8 yards per carry. Special teams should've kept kicking it to Tai Felton instead of through the endzone... just in case.  4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:37:05 Forty five minutes of Minnesota vs Michigan State wooo! (Not actually, sorry). This domination is even worse than the final score. Michigan State has two division II transfers in their secondary. Kenneth Walker deserved two Heismans for what he did with this team last year. Minnesota is suddenly the favorite to win the West. Penn State played Central Michigan pretty even for most of the game which is fairly alarming for the Nittany Lions. Sean Clifford was 1-for-11 on "shots downfield". How does... Iowa score on Michigan? Their turnovers don't seem random. Iowa has had 40 drives start in their own territory, 15 of them have entered opposing teams' territory, and only six of those have resulted in points. 1-11 Northwestern whose only win is Nebraska and 1-11 Nebraska with zero power-five wins is on the table! Florida Atlantic outgains Purdue by 80 yards but Purdue wins, though they lose their starting QB. They fumbled the kneel down! Welp, Ohio State looked good, but Wisconsin didn't even look like they were trying. This was just every other Ohio State vs Wisconsin Big Ten Championship Game.  MUSIC: Too Close for Comfort Theme Song "Get On This"--Ugly Duckling Blossom Theme Song “Across 110th Street”

FORGED BY TRUST
28| The Insider Threat w/ Shawnee Delaney

FORGED BY TRUST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 41:26 Transcription Available


THE INSIDER THREAT Discovering the Human Factors of the Insider Threat and Malicious Actors is a tremendous challenge. But, to prevent and deter we need to focus on human behavior. Therefore, tune into this episode and learn the keys to combating the Human Element of the Insider Threat in a holistic way from international Insider Threat Expert Shawnee Delaney.   What We Discuss with Shawnee:⁃       Tackling the insider threat in a holistic way⁃       Get to know people at the human level⁃       Inspiration to serve⁃       Curiosity as a spark ⁃       The greatest human vulnerability ⁃       What people can start doing today⁃       Transitioning from living on a ranch to a spy Shawnee Delaney: Shawnee Delaney is an Insider Threat expert, cybersecurity consultant, and CEO of Vaillance Group - a bespoke insider threat consultancy and training organization. She is a decorated intelligence officer and licensed private investigator and has conducted thousands of public and private sector investigations. Ms. Delaney spent the better part of a decade working with the Defense Intelligence Agency as a Clandestine Officer conducting human intelligence (HUMINT) operations around the world. After the DIA, she worked alongside the Department of Homeland Security where she coordinated and managed intelligence community relationships with the private sector. A sought-after public speaker, Ms. Delaney shares her extensive knowledge to protect clients' assets, people, and confidential information and to educate groups about the harm that comes from both malicious and unintentional threats. She holds an M.A. in International Policy Studies with a specialization in Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Proliferation, and a M.S. in Cyber Security. Check out Robin's FREE Communication Course:  The Keys to Communication: https://robin-s-school-f428.thinkific.com/courses/keys-to-communication  Thanks, Shawnee!If you enjoyed this episode with Shawnee, let her know by clicking on the links below, connect, and follow her great work:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shawnee-delaney-30935651/Shawnee's Company:  www.vaillancegroup.com Resources mentioned in the podcast: Robin's 1st book on Building Rapport: https://www.amazon.com/Its-Not-All-About-Techniques/dp/057809665X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1663943722&sr=8-1 

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.3: The ACC Episode

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 79:12 Very Popular


COMEDY SHOW TONIGHT Randy and Jason Sklar are joining us because TONIGHT they have a show at the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase, and TONIGHT ONLY we are joining them for an MGoBlog afterparty with pizza and drinks and an Q&A. Tickets are here and doors open at 6:45 PM. If you can't make it this evening, they have space left at tomorrow night's two shows, but no MGoBlog afterparty for those. The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. THE VIDEO: --------------------- 1. Maryland Preview Ta-Ta Time! 2. Sklars Around starts at 26:07 We welcome in Randy and Jason Sklar to shoot the shit on Michigan football so far this year. 3. More Sklars starts at 40:28 Like the last segment but more off the rails. 4. UConn After Review starts around 1:00:10 We like linebackers. Featured Musician: Cut Worms Chosen by our guests, who are actually huge indie music fans and have been picking the music on the main podcast lately. Cut Worms is a nova '70s project by Max Clarke, who sounds like Buddy Holly singing over found tracks by George Harrison and Neil Young. Check them out on Spotify. Song choices: "Don't Want to Say Goodbye" "Unnatural Disaster" "Every Once in a While" Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

Grow A Small Business Podcast
256: QFF Specializing around the “Human Element”, now helping businesses transform their workplaces by implementing policies and recruiting a trustable staff to bring significance to workplaces and the lives of people. (David Reid)

Grow A Small Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 21:04


In this episode, Michael Denehey interviews David Reid, based in Brisbane QLD, Australia. David is a Human Resources Advisor, and a Management Consultant. David specializes in a range of supports around the “Human Element” of business practices, utilizing a range of Human Relationship (HR), Work Health & Safety, NLP, as well as Employee Engagement and Training services. Since the year 2020 with the transition of “work-life balance” to “life-work balance”, David Reid assists small and medium business owners to develop a vital trustable staff, by implementing new staff engagement strategies to mitigate performance decline, and by assessing each of their employees' skills and will. “You just got to engage and align, and so forth.”, he said.  This Cast Covers: How Michael and David met David's experience around “Human Element” Who David is and what his background What's lacking in most of the business these days The challenges business faced in attracting and keeping good stuff The challenges that businesses and employees faced in shifting from work-life balance to life-work balance How attitude and care factors are the most important attribute in building an effective workplace  David's recommendation Links: David's LinkedIn  David Reid - About.me Additional Resources: Resources - Business 360     Quotes: “Work-life balance has now become life-work balance in the eyes of many.” —David Reid. “So what we're finding is the ideal candidate or capability is the skill and will.” — David Reid. “It's eliciting, identifying firstly, what our motivators are and what we value, and looking for those similar types of things to fit with potential candidates.” — David Reid. “So when we look at the skill and will, how do we assess will?” — David Reid. “People need a sense of purpose, and you have to be clear on what their purpose is.” — David Reid.     Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.3: The Joy of My Body

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 120:22 Very Popular


2 hours The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, SignalWire (use the code MUPPETS), Prentice 4M, where we recorded this, Team Fan Club, and introducing The View from the Cheap Seats podcast by the Sklars, who will now be joining us for the Hot Takes segments. Please go subscribe and like their podcast and leave your hot takes about this game in the reviews. The Sklars are coming into town next week! Friday night there's an MGoBlog afterparty. Brian and Seth will take the stage, there will be pizza and drinks. Asking those attending to kick in $10 on top of their ticket to cover the pizza and renting the place. 1. Offense vs UConn starts at 1:00 Name a random Michigan walk-on QB in the comments! Eight quarterbacks participated in this game, seven of them completed a pass. Lots of Speed in Space in this game because UConn allowed it to happen, the coaches adjusted to the opposing defense which is encouraging. Receivers might need to get used to scramble drills with JJ. Offensive play calling is by committee again. Oluwatimi looks great at center, the rest of the offensive line has stuff to work on. Isaiah Gash may actually be the short yardage back? Otherwise it's Corum. Ronnie Bell knocked the rust off, only target he didn't catch was almost the coolest catch ever.  [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP]   2. Defense vs UConn starts at 36:05 Not sure how much to take away from this game. UConn completed four passes, Michigan had seven players complete passes (we haven't decided what this rutger is called). Mike Sainristil looks like he was recruited to play defense. Continued production from Rayshaun Benny and Mason Graham is encouraging because no matter who you're playing, you're still pushing back a 300 lbs guy. Lots of rotation along the line, probably less of that as the season goes on. Braiden McGregor started and got a lot of play time into the second half. Default defensive passing down package looks to be a dime package. Defense as a whole is progressing better than we thought they would. No standout star but everyone is doing their job.  3. Hot Takes, Special Teams, and Game Theory starts at 1:03:09 Takes hotter than RGIII after he hears something vaguely sexual. Michigan has ten quarterbacks that could start at Rutgers. Punt return touchdown will probably happen again, Jay Harbaugh continues to be amazing at everything he touches. Jake Moody's field goal attempt would've been good from 55 but hey, that was fun. There is... not much game theory to actually discuss.  4. Around the Big Ten With Jamie Mac starts at 1:26:46 SMU had 85 more yards than Maryland but lost on fumbles, interceptions, and missed field goals. We thought Maryland was a team with a good offense and meh defense and that opinion has not changed. Penn State looked impressive against Auburn without much Sean Clifford action. Nicholas Singleton could be a problem. Shout out to Sean Clifford for lasting this long without being completely Hackenberg'd. Could Michigan actually end up not beating a ranked team and get bumped out of the playoffs as a result since everyone but Ohio State is bad. Michigan State gets two goal line stands and still loses by nine. Pretty alarming that they gave up nearly 400 passing yards. Kenneth Walker might've been more important than even we thought. Northwestern is probably the 3rd or 4th best team in the state of Illinois. Purdue outgained Syracuse by nearly 200 yards and gets beaten by a dime at the buzzer - how did they lose this? Indiana is 3-0 but can they get to a bowl? It took Iowa seven hours to score 27 points.  MUSIC: "Skinny Dipping"--LA Exes "Selfish"--Slum Village "Play Me"--Neil Diamond “Across 110th Street”

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.2: Society Has Evolved Past the Need for UConn

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 84:08 Very Popular


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. The Broadcast: --------------------- 1. UConn Preview Starts at 0:05 More bad, less green. 2. Hawai'i After Review starts at 18:26 We might talk about something besides JJ but only if we can get Brian to stop. 3. Gimmicky Top Five Worst Teams to Schedule starts at 44:44 Brian's take on McNamara, Seth's take on the defensive ends, nobody else was really gradable from that. 4. Hoops Reset wsg Matt from Endless Motor starts at 59:57 Rounding out the recruiting class. Nervous in the backcourt. Featured Musician: AlaskaAlaska Not to be confused with an Australian punk band of the same name, this AlaskaAlaska is from London. They're a pop oddity I discovered on the podcast I Don't Heart Radio and listened through their album Dot growing increasing interested. Song choices: "Still Life" "Happyface" "The Dots" Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

Decisive Point – the USAWC Press Podcast Companion Series
Dr. Arthur I. Cyr – “The Cuban Missile Crisis: Miscalculation, Nuclear Risks, and the Human Element”

Decisive Point – the USAWC Press Podcast Companion Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 11:08


Nuclear weapons have vastly raised the stakes and potential costs of crisis, making leadership and related human qualities of judgment and temperament crucial. This podcast analyzes one exceptionally dangerous US-Soviet confrontation, which barely averted war. Military and policy professionals will see how understanding the perspectives, incentives, and limitations of opponents is important in every conflict—and vital when facing crisis situations like nuclear war. Click here to read the article. Keywords: Cuba, deterrence, leadership, missile crisis, nuclear weapons Episode Transcript: “The Cuban Missiles Crisis: Miscalculation, Nuclear Risks, and the Human Dimension” Stephanie Crider (Host) (Prerecorded Decisive Point intro) Welcome to Decisive Point, a US Army War College Press production featuring distinguished authors and contributors who get to the heart of the matter in national security affairs. The views and opinions expressed on this podcast are those of the podcast guest and are not necessarily those of the Department of the Army, the US Army War College, or any other agency of the US government. Decisive Point welcomes Dr. Arthur I. Cyr, author of “The Cuban Missile Crisis: Miscalculation, Nuclear Risks, and the Human Dimension,” which was featured in the autumn 2022 issue of Parameters. Cyr has served as the vice president of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations and president of the Chicago World Trade Center (World Trade Center Chicago). He taught at the University of Chicago, University of Illinois, Northwestern University, and Carthage College and is the author of After the Cold War: American Foreign Policy, Europe and Asia, published by New York University Press in 2000. Welcome to Decisive Point, Art. I'm glad you're here. (Arthur I. Cyr) Well, thank you for your kind invitation and for the opportunity to do the article for Parameters. Host Of course. We're excited to have you. Your article talks about the Cuban missile crisis. Give us some context, please. What makes this crisis distinct from others? (Cyr) It was particularly close—a particularly close call. It was particularly increasingly evident with the passage of years after the October 1962 confrontation between the US and the Soviet Union. It was geographically close. We and our allies had put lots of weapons, including nuclear missiles, in Turkey and Italy, close to the Soviet Union. But this was only 90 miles away from the US, and the communist threat 90 miles away was a major theme in the legendary presidential campaign between John Kennedy and Richard Nixon. Kennedy, in effect, outflanked Nixon on that. Host Will you please briefly walk us through the highlights of the Cuban missile crisis? (Cyr) Yes. Cuba had become an increasingly intense focus in American politics. At the very beginning of the Kennedy administration, uh, the administration stumbled badly with the disastrous and total failure of the Bay of Pigs invasion—CIA effort to land anti-Castro . . . heavily armed anti-Castro exiles at the Bay of Pigs in Cuba and launch an insurgency, which they confidently told the president would be successful. That, it's clear now, not only fed controversy in the US, but encouraged Nikita Khrushchev to place the missiles in Cuba following a very steady buildup of conventional forces there. Host Let's talk about some of the lessons learned. Some of these weren't even evident for years. Can we talk about that? What were they? (Cyr) Yes, indeed. Well, the problem of perception and, especially, misperception of the other side, always a great and perhaps principal challenge in international relations, which is why diplomas . . . diplomacy is such an important and, also, difficult occupation—Cuba, Castro, the US, Kennedy, Soviet Union—that they're very reckless. Nikita Khrushchev had very different perceptions of what would be accepted and what was possible in international relatio...

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S39E26 - August Human Workplace Index: Unleashing the Human Element at Work, with Chris French

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 37:46


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Chris French about two recent reports, the August Human Workplace Index, as well as Workhuman-Gallup report: Unleashing the Human Element at Work.. Chris French (https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisfrench39/) is Executive Vice President of Customer Strategy at Workhuman. Workhuman® is the world's fastest-growing integrated Social Recognition® and continuous performance management platform. Our human applications are shaping the future of work by helping organizations connect culture to shared purpose. With a consistent stream of gratitude fueling unparalleled, provocative workplace data and human insights, Workhuman® Cloud is a critical software engine for global companies seeking to motivate and empower their people to do the best work of their lives. Workhuman (formerly known as Globoforce) was founded in 1999 and is co-headquartered in Framingham, Mass., and Dublin, Ireland. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out BELAY here. Check out Backblaze at www.backblaze.com/hci. Head over to setapp.com/podcast to listen to Ahead of Its Time. Check out BetterHelp.com/HCI to explore plans and options! Go to cardiotabs.com/innovations and use code innovations to get a free Mental Health Pack featuring Cardiotabs Omega-3 Lemon Minis and Curcumin when you sign up for a subscription. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Social-Engineer Podcast
Ep. 178 - Human Element Series - Become a Transformational Charismatic Leader with Dr. Ron Riggio

The Social-Engineer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 52:48 Very Popular


Today Chris is talking with Ronald E. Riggio, Ph.D., the Henry R. Kravis Professor of Leadership and Organizational Psychology and former Director of the Kravis Leadership Institute at Claremont McKenna College. Dr. Riggio is a social/personality psychologist and leadership scholar with more than a dozen authored or edited books and more than 150 articles/book chapters. His research interests are in leadership and organizational communication, particularly leader nonverbal communication, and emotional competence.  He is part of the Fullerton Longitudinal Study that is examining leadership development across the lifespan (beginning at 1 year of age and continuing through adulthood).     [Sept 12th, 2022]    00:00 – Intro   Social-Engineer.com Managed Voice Phishing  Managed Email Phishing  Adversarial Simulations  Social-Engineer channel on SLACK  CLUTCH  innocentlivesfoundation.org 00:20 – Intro Links  03:02 – Dr. Ron Riggio Intro  04:13 – How did you become a professor of leadership?  07:41 – What year did you start focusing on charisma?  09:16 – The importance of charisma for leadership  12:49 – How does one learn to develop personal charisma?  15:27 – How important is getting gestures right?  18:22 – The benefits of showing emotional expressions  21:41 – Dynamic Attractiveness  23:45 – What can I do to become a better leader?  26:51 – Transformational Leadership  28:34 – Leaders need to know their followers  29:41 – How do you lead at scale?  32:42 – Developing leadership capacity in others  35:44 – The attraction to the "Strong Man"  40:11 – Spare the rod  44:16 – Who do you consider your biggest mentors?  Howard S. Friedman  Bernard Bass  47:04 – Book Recommendations:  Influence: Science and Practice - Robert Cialdini Leadership - James MacGregor Burns Daily Leadership Development - Ronald E. Riggio 50:58 – Find Dr. Riggio on the web  Twitter: https://twitter.com/ronriggio  Website: www.riggioleadership.org  Blog Site: psychologytoday.com/blog/cutting-edge-leadership    51:54 – Guest Wrap Up  52:28 – Outro  www.social-engineer.com  www.innocentlivesfoundation.org  

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.1: Michigan Fans Everywhere

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 88:42 Very Popular


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. The Broadcast: [After THE JUMP: What was said] --------------------- 1. Title IX and the 50th Anniversary of our Co-Ed Band, wsg Carl Grapentine Starts at 0:05 Carl joins us from the press box, announces to all of Ann Arbor what he's up to, then walks us through how Title IX came to the Michigan Marching Band, and 12 women finally broke the gender barrier at Michigan Stadium. 2. Hawai'i Preview starts at 17:57 We torture Alex Drain with the memories. 3. Colorado State after Review starts at 38:48 Brian's take on McNamara, Seth's take on the defensive ends, nobody else was really gradable from that. 4. Gimmicky Top Five Things You Remember from Games Nobody Remembers starts at 1:02:57 Not as much Maryland as you might think. Featured Musicians: Brain Plasticity Ukulele Collective I've been waiting for this week so we can feature Ann Arbor's own Brain Plasticity Ukulele Collective, which is an open community of local musicians aged 35 to Still Younger Than Craig Ross who play like 30 different instruments. These songs are all off an album, Strum Into Cognition, but as you might imagine it's only a tiny sample of what they put out and the real kick is seeing them perform live, though I just missed promoting their Fall Kickoff show at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Song choices: "Turned Out Nice Again" (instrumental) "Caveman" "72nd Time" Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat

Kingdom Speak with Pastor Daniel McKillop

In everything spiritual is a human element. Even God has a human side, and this is reason to celebrate. Join us as our guest joins us to talk about balancing spiritual aspirations within the constraints of the flesh.   #KingdomSpeak #Podcast #Humanity

How We Work
Doyin Richards on taking care of your mental health, embracing discomfort, and the anti-racism fight club

How We Work

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 29:56


Workplace trainings have a bad habit of ringing hollow at times. They can feel forced. They tend to provide a mere short-term surge in action. And ultimately, they can feel inadequate. When that training centers around making your workplace more just, more equitable, and anti-racist, you want that training to create a long-lasting effect. Doyin Richards is an author, speaker, and the founder of the Anti-Racism Fight Club™, a no-nonsense, high-energy, interactive workshop that aims to end racism in workplaces and communities throughout the globe. In this episode, he discusses the philosophies behind his organization, how anti-racism can sustainably become a part of the workplace, and how both self-care and discomfort are necessary ingredients in this movement. Edited & mixed by: Rob ValoisMusic by: Breakmaster CylinderLINKSDoyin's websiteDoyin on LinkedInDoyin on InstagramCheck out Workhuman's latest report in collaboration with Gallup: “Unleashing the Human Element at Work: Transforming Workplaces Through Recognition.”FOLLOW US:InstagramLinkedInTwitterFacebookYouTubeWorkhuman Content Newsletter

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoRadio 8.0: The Literate Fanbase

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 74:37 Very Popular


The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. UGP makes custom apparel such as t-shirts and sweatshirts and was founded by 2 Michigan alums over 20 years ago. They have 3 retail locations in Ann Arbor and offer thousands of University of Michigan athletic products for sale, ranging from clothing to accessories and memorabilia. Check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com! And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Prentice4M, and we are recording this on SignalWire. The Video: [After THE JUMP: Things discussed.] -------------------------------------------- 1. Colorado State Preview Starts at 0:10 They took Nevada! The transplant is going to take some time but we think they'll be decent eventually. They imported the most important parts of what was going to be Nevada's offense, including a slot bug, Melquan Stovall, who's going to give Rod Moore or Mike Sainristil all they can handle. Last year's CSU is basically useless for scouting purposes except their DT and LBs gave Iowa the business. 2. Ben Mathis-Lilley starts at 14:57 Inspired by an MGoBlog post, Ben Mathis-Lilley set out to write a comparison of college football cultures until his publisher said Michigan fans read books. So he wrote The Hot Seat: A Year of Outrage, Pride, and Occasional Games of College Football. You are in it! You can buy it here. New Yorkers: He will be at the Dram Shop with Jane Coaston on September 13th. 3. Offense After Previewing starts at 30:47 Offensive line: forgot how young these guys were! Admit that they might not have been the #1 OL if you go over the course of the entire season; the voters of that award clearly got excited for Ohio State. But so did we! Brian and Seth go back and forth over whether Erick All is a star. Receivers don't have a hole—going to be hell to figure out how to stop them. More of a believer in McNamara now. 4. Defense After Previewing starts at 53:42 Alex thought athleticism vs the spread was the main reason Colson kept getting out there instead of Hill-Green. Brian doesn't say it's going to happen but if a DE does pop it is probably Derrick Moore. More optimistic about a lot of defenders, including Mazi Smith and DJ Turner. Featured Musician: Detroit/Ann Arbor's Summer Like the Season (band's site, instagram) is a 2022 Kresge Artist Fellow form whom I was very late to the party (read about them on Metro Times). I sent a message, and lead singer/drummer/guitarer Summer Krinksy replied from a umich.edu address. The trio's vibe is sorta Metric, sorta St. Vincent, very DIY, and our clips can't do it justice because they build songs like how I try to write—taking different elements and teasing them until they all come together in a crescendo that makes sense. Songs: “Root Mean Square” “Steps” “Hum”

Paul's Security Weekly TV
Optimizing the Human Element of Cybersecurity - Jeff Orloff - ESW #287

Paul's Security Weekly TV

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 22:22


Security training isn't just about anti-phishing and security awareness for employees. When reading through breach details, a similar picture often emerges: the people were there, the tools were in place, but the people didn't know how to use the tools effectively. Every day, security tools catch attacks, but it doesn't matter if a human doesn't notice and tools are in 'monitor only' modes. This segment is sponsored by RangeForce. Visit https://securityweekly.com/rangeforce to learn more about them!   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/esw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/esw287

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.0.c: 2022 Preview, Opponents

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 136:59 Very Popular


2 hours and 17 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Prentice 4M, where we recorded this, and introducing (to the podcast at least) TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. Free episode: 1. Eyabi Anoma and Non-Conference starts at 1:00 Brian thinks Anoma is a multi-year project but could be a useful WDE this year on passing downs. CSU is bad Nevada via the portal. Discussions about who you'd like to see on an ideal non-con schedule. Brian wants ND, Alex wants no one, David is in the middle. Hawaii has no one returning and will likely be horrible. UCONN's DC quit and that says it all. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] --------------------- 2. B1G East starts at 28:40 PSU's defense loses similar pieces to Michigan, Clifford is back, will the OL ever be better? MSU has more transfers, will the one-score luck run out? Indiana has a new screen-based offense and a rebuilding defense. Maryland has great receivers and Taulia, defense is atrocious… are we scared of them? Rutgers has a QB battle! OSU has a new defensive coordinator, can he fix the scheme, LBs, *and* DTs? Not worth talking about their offense 3. B1G West starts at 1:03:45 Iowa's offense is still despicable. Lose Goodson, lose WRs to Purdue, OL wasn't great, OC still incompetent. Defense should be great! Nebraska is a team we're mostly buying, lots of new shiny transfers, AND a special teams coordinator! Alex is buying Illinois long term but they shouldn't threaten Michigan at all. Wisconsin found a running game, Mertz is still questionable, but defense will be good if the factory is re-stocked. PJ Fleck/Jerry Kill discussion. Tanner Morgan and Mo Ibrahim return, OL/defense needs to be rebuilt for Minnesota. Purdue returns a great QB and TE… we like Jeff Brohm. Northwestern exists. B1G West will be all 8-4 teams. 4. Hot Takes, Predictions, and Final Takes on the Season starts at 1:44:24 Takes so hot it caused Brian to speak in tongues. Predictions on B1G West winner, B1G East winner, Michigan's record, offensive MVP, defensive MVP, and Who's Your Dude? Final takes on the season: feels like it's coming down to a trip to Columbus and Michigan may have re-established tactical parity with OSU. MUSIC: “Pharmacist”—Alvvays “So Typically Now”—US Girls “What You Do To Me”—Teenage Fanclub “Across 110th Street”

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 14.0.b: 2022 Preview, Defense

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 98:22 Very Popular


1 hours and 38 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Prentice 4M, where we recorded this, and introducing (to the podcast at least) TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. Free episode: 1. Defensive Line starts at 1:00 Despite Chris Hinton's departure, defensive tackle looks like a solid group! Mazi Smith was named the number one freak in the country by Bruce Feldman (in a good way). Is Mazi Smith finally happening this year? It might finally be happening this year, but he's definitely the biggest X-factor on the defense. Former MGoBlog Sleeper of the Year, Kris Jenkins, looks to be rounded into a Ryan Glasgow type. The depth takes a bit of a drop after these two. Consensus seems to be that Jim Harbaugh's "gift from the football gods" comment was referring to Kenneth Grant. Brian wants Alex to get older. George Rooks looks encouraging down the road. Jim Harbaugh says the defensive ends won't see much drop-off and might even be just as good - worst offseason lie we've ever heard? We feel good about Mike Morris, who should be a B+/A- player. After that, ehhh. Taylor Upshaw might be ok, Braiden McGregor hasn't been talked about much in camp. TJ Guy is a guy. Derrick Moore could be great but is a true freshman. Julius Welschof could be an X-factor! Brian wants a weakside end that eats peoples' souls and that probably doesn't exist this year.  [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] --------------------- 2. Hot Takes and Linebackers starts at 31:20 Takes hotter than whatever is going on in the capillaries in Brian's face from having to record all the hot takes segments at once. Linebackers are in a similar boat as defensive tackle - two guys coming on that you feel good about and then a pretty stiff drop-off. Junior Colson and Nikhai Hill-Green's development this season will be crucial for this defense, Josh Ross isn't around to solve your problems anymore. Junior Colson runs fast, sometimes in the right direction. Next man up is Michael Barrett, who is not an inside linebacker. Maybe they give Jaydon Hood a chance? The freshmen probably won't contribute much this year. Maybe they Ravens it and run one linebacker- wait they did that against Michigan State, never mind.  3. Secondary starts at 54:21 Last year's secondary intro was "oh god oh no" (and it ended up being fine), this year feels much better! DJ Turner is the 4th Michigan player to make Feldman's Freaks list and was on a 3rd team All American list. Gemon Green has never performed at the highest level but has shown flashes. He's a decent to good Big Ten corner but the ball always goes through his hands, this is a good floor at cornerback. Enter Will Johnson: a true freshman who will absolutely see the field. Moving a starter from receiver to cornerback usually is a bad sign, but I think we feel... fine? About Mike Sainristil? He played offense and defense in high school and has the athleticism for the position so he might be decent in the new role. Those are probably the four corners that will get significant snaps, we probably won't see much of Jaylen Perry. At safety, are we sure Brad Hawkins doesn't have another year of eligibility? RJ Moten and Rod Moore will likely be the starters. They held their own in the snaps they played last season, including against Ohio State. The rest of the depth chart looks ok if they need to step up. There's been positive chatter about Quinten Johnson? Seth is high on Damani Dent.  4. Special Teams and Defense in Summary starts at 1:21:06 Special Teams: same as last year, the end. Jake Moody, Brad Robbins, AJ Henning, and Blake Corum are back. Also Ronnie Bell is back to return punts (/TweekACK). Shout outs to Jay Harbaugh for being the best special teams coach in the country and Cornelius Johnson for blocking two punts. Best special teams unit in the country? What would Nebraska's record be last year if they had Michigan's special teams? Overall defense feels rickety, there are maybe four or five spots that having to rely on backups would be bad. If you were starting a defense from scratch, starting with two good defensive tackles and good cornerbacks is a good start. Expectation for the defense is around top 20-30.  MUSIC: “No Beginner”—Serengeti “Ode to Viceroy”—Mac Demarco “Tidal Wave”—The Apples in Stereo “Across 110th Street”

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MGoPodcast 14.0.a: 2022 Preview, Offense

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 129:13 Very Popular


2 hours and 2 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Prentice 4M, where we recorded this, and introducing (to the podcast at least) TicketIQ! and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. Free episode: 1. Quarterback and Running Back starts at 1:00 Cade versus JJ, round 2…how long until McCarthy is too good to keep out of the starting lineup? More important question is how good is Cade McNamara, because he has excellent command of the offense, and had a Rudock-like second half of the season. He needs to hit next-level routes but showed he can, and still has a lot more runway than people think. Then again, McCarthy can be the Bryce Young who takes this offense to natty-level, which they may need. Orjicat? Running back is going to be sweet—you forget how good Corum was (best in the nation) before his injury. Neither he nor Edwards are probably power backs, which means they may need JJ to be a run threat to maximize their backs. Need a thunder dude to step forth; Mullings has the proverbial it if he can be spared. [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Receiver and Tight Tend starts at 41:41 With all due respect to Ronnie Bell, we're starting with Cornelius Johnson, who is tracking towards 1st round pick. A lot of the meat that Cade left on the bone was CJ getting wide open on in-breaking routes. He needs to get his contested catch rate up to be elite. Ronnie Bell: the most effective slot in 2020, uncanny ability to turn 5 yards into 15, always better hands than credited. And then there's LOTS of good depth. Hard not to be stoked about Andrel Anthony's Braylon impression in year 2. Roman Wilson is so fast with underrated hands and leaps, and a better weapon for a big arm, but needs to improve his routes, gets stuck at the LOS. AJ Henning is fun, but rather see the top receivers in the slot. Going to be fun watching the freshmen develop. Seth is all in on Erick All, who's the guy Michigan decided to run behind. Schoonmaker is an incredible athlete. They're sitting atop a depth chart that's been waiting for those guys to clear out. Is anyone a fullback? Max Bredeson perhaps? 3. Hot Takes and Offensive Line starts at 1:13:09 The Joe Moore Winners add a Rimington Candidate that the whole team can't stop talking about. Zinter is taking the next step to All-American. Seth loves Keegan's awareness—Graham Glasgow 2.0. Ryan Hayes showed his limits but he can pull and he can knock around some guys…still needs to get stronger. Trente Jones gives us confidence because he seized the job so fast. The backups are not as known because they're the next generation, but early returns inside are very positive. 4. Offense in Summary starts at 1:42:11 So what would disappoint you? They're Top 5 but if they want to get to Top 1 or 2 they need to hit on McCarthy or see McNamara turn into a Drew Brees. Hard to see him do that without the zone reads that make JJ effective. Corum isn't going to get enough carries to be a Heisman. What did they lose in Gattis? Really hard to tell, but Weiss knows how to use motion to create weird running lanes. Want to see them open it up early against bad opponents. No more Washington games. MUSIC: “Are You Ready”—Rokotto “Crazy Feeling”—Lou Reed “Lady Luck”—Richard Swift “Across 110th Street”