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Today's start is about the way out of the global housing crisis, how some well intentioned ideas have unfortunate unexpected consequence and why the way out of this problem is going to require us to accept some imperfect solutions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Historian Miles Smith IV of Hillsdale College and ARP minister Ben Glaser, a West Virginian in South Carolina, join us to talk about the ahistorical assault on "Bible Belt religion" by progressive evangelicals and the cultured despisers. We talked depravity, heritage, liturgy, and ways to honor our fathers and mothers according to the flesh and in the faith.
In his book The Laws of Simplicity, John Maeda says that “simplicity is about subtracting the obvious, and adding the meaningful.” Our final guest this season, Eileen Fisher, is a master at making the simple, meaningful. Eileen is the founder of her eponymous and iconic fashion brand Eileen Fisher, Inc., which is known for its ethical & sustainable practices, and elegant yet simple clothing. She started the company in 1984, and grew it from her first sale of $3000, to annual revenue of over $300 million. We speak with Eileen about her design principles, how she thinks about form, function, and sustainability, and how systems thinking has helped her develop a brand that stands the test of time. We're so glad you joined us for the sixth season of our show, and hope you were inspired along the way. Stay tuned for the next season, and in the meantime, we'll be sharing some of our best episodes from past seasons, in case you missed them. Thanks for listening. Bio Eileen Fisher founded her women's fashion brand in 1984, with $350 of startup money. It's since grown into a company with over 1200 employees and hundreds of millions of dollars a year in revenue. The company focuses on producing simple, timeless clothing, with sustainability initiatives including selling used pieces in excellent condition, resold through their Renew take-back program, as well as a Waste No More program which transforms damaged clothes into a new felted fabric, used to create wall hangings, pillows, and other accessories.
You know that PS5 you ordered weeks ago that hasn't arrived yet on your doorstep? The reason behind that delay is more complex than you might think. Recode's Rebecca Heilweil (@rebheilweil) explains how every step in the US shipping system is broken, and how to fix it. Read Rebecca's story here: https://www.vox.com/recode/2021/11/5/22764088/supply-chain-shipping-delays-logistics This episode was made by: Host: Adam Clark Estes (@adamclarkestes) Producer: Alan Rodriguez Espinoza (@ardzes) Engineer: Melissa Pons Support Recode Daily by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today JB Smoove and Miles challenge you to create your own definition of “perfect.” Today's Quote:“Some things are meant to be broken. Imperfect. Chaotic. It's universe's way of providing contrast, you know? There have to be a few holes in the road. It's how life is.” - Sarah Dessen (Keep Calm and Carry On Calendar, Workman Publishing). Follow JB on Twitter.Follow Miles on Twitter.Keep up with Team Coco Podcasts on Instagram.
The things we see in ourselves as imperfections are not always what others see, and vice versa. Sometimes the parts of us that we view as completely normal or even beautiful are deemed imperfect. These can show up as behaviors or physical characteristics, and things that cannot easily be changed, if at all. In a world of Instagram filters and polished, curated portrayals of reality, let's take some time to consider how our individuality shines brighter than society's collective view of us. If people have made assumptions about you or have even judged you, it is time to acknowledge that you are a whole and worthy human. No matter what. Trade anger for curiosity and see where that may lead. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Other ways to connect: https://linktr.ee/iamsunny Intro/outro music: “Feeling Free” by Martin Riopel.
“We can't heal if we can't talk about it.” – Suzanne Ludlum Today's featured author is certified yoga therapist, breast cancer survivor, international trainer, and mental health advocate, Suzanne Ludlum. Suzanne and I talk about her book, how she got into yoga, and tons more to help you find your inner overcomer. Key Thing's You'll Learn: How Suzanne got into Yoga. What Suzanne does for brain care. Why you should tell others that you're going to see a therapist The most difficult thing about writing her book. Suzanne's Site: http://www.animperfectpilgrim.com/ Suzanne's Book & Audiobook: https://www.amazon.com/Imperfect-Pilgrim-Trauma-Healing-Rainbow/dp/B09GZRK4NL/ref=tmm_aud_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr= The opening track is titled, “Harbinger” by Asis Galvin. To listen and purchase the full track, click the following link. https://asisgalvin.bandcamp.com/track/harbinger You May Also Like… #M2M Bonus Ep. – “Tragedy to Triumph” with Karuna (@LOKundalini): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/m2m-bonus-ep-tragedy-to-triumph-with-karuna-lokundalini/ Ep. 300 - “God Is In The Little Things” with Rev. Ariel Patricia (@RevPatriciaSSM) #C2H: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-300-god-is-in-the-little-things-with-rev-ariel-patricia-revpatriciassm-c2h/ Ep. 398 – “Awaken Your Greatest Potential” with Lori Ann Spagna (@LoriSpagna): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-398-awaken-your-greatest-potential/ 208.5 (Holiday Bonus Episode) – “Dreams That Can Save Your Life” with Kat Kanavos (@KathleenKanavos): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/2085-holiday-bonus-episode-dreams-that-can-save-your-life-with-kat-kavanos-kathleenkanavos/ Ep. 339.5 – “From Limited to Limitless” with Adri Kyser (@AdriKyserYoga): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3395-from-limited-to-limitless-with-adri-kyser-adrikyseryoga/ 229 – “Unbroken” with Tajci Cameron (@TajciCameron): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/229-unbroken-with-tajci-cameron-tajcicameron/ 260 – “Metamorphosis” with L. Farrah Furtado (@LisaAnneFurtado): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/260-metamorphosis-with-l-farrah-furtado-lisaannefurtado/ Ep. 341.5 – “Playful Cheeks” with Dr. Alison J. Kay (@ajkbliss): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3415-playful-cheeks-with-dr-alison-j-kay-ajkbliss/ Ep. 329 – “You Were Not Born to Suffer” with Blake Bauer (@BlakeBauer): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-329-you-were-not-born-to-suffer-with-blake-bauer-blakebauer/ 233 – “Chakras & Your Third Eye” with Dr. Susan Shumsky (@AwakenToGod): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/233-chakras-your-third-eye-with-dr-susan-shumsky-awakentogod/ Ep. 394 – “The Standing Meditation” with Nate Rifkin: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-394-the-standing-meditation-with/ Ep. 360 – “Beyond Lovelyville” with Dr. Lin Morel (@drlinmorel): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-360-beyond-lovelyville-with-dr-lin-morel-drlinmorel/ 285 – “Find Your Friggin' Joy” with Belinda Farrell (@Hunababy): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/285-find-your-friggin-joy-with-belinda-farrell-hunababy/ 284 – “Choose You” with Meagan Fettes (@MeaganFettes): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/284-choose-you-with-meagan-fettes-meaganfettes/
In Part 2, of our 4-part series together, Alberto Alvarez is back with me as we tackle the notion of perfection in our diets and in training. We talk about the importance of staple meals, how to navigate less than ideal circumstances when traveling, and learning how and when to dial up and down the intensity of dieting. To learn more about Alberto's work: www.themacrowizard.com www.instagram.com/themacrowizard To learn more about your host: www.jasonleenaarts.com www.revfittherapy.com www.facebook.com/jason.leenaarts www.instagram.com/jasonleenaarts You can also like our Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/revolutionaryou To purchase my book, "A Revolution A Day": www.amzn.to/2R9Larx
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In his stand-up special, Roy Wood Jr. gives his take on small talk in the pandemic era, taking desperate measures to feel good, brave white allies, mass shootings and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Dave Brisbin 10.31.21 Most of us realize we're imperfect. Some of us are even willing to admit it. When Jesus tells us to be perfect as our heavenly Father is perfect, some of us are immediately off trying to follow every rule…perfectly. Some give up after a while, and others don't even try. But if we're going to take Jesus seriously, how can we be imperfect and perfect at the same time? Right before he tells us to be perfect, he tells us to love our enemies, because our Father causes the sun to rise and rain to fall on those who are good or not, righteous or not. In the way of the poet, Jesus doesn't spell it out—layering image on image to bring us to an inevitable conclusion. The way the Father is perfect is that he causes the sun to rise and rain to fall on everyone because they are here breathing and for no other reason. Before we can be imperfect and perfect at the same time, we need to learn to love and hate at the same time. Seems the hardest thing to do in life is to love what we don't like, what we hate. Scripture gives us a clue: love our neighbor as ourselves. How do we love ourselves? We don't generally feel any affection for ourselves, may not even like ourselves, but we feed ourselves and clothe ourselves, shelter, educate, entertain ourselves. When we can see our neighbor as ourselves, a fellow fragile human, even with no loving feeling, loving as we love ourselves becomes possible. But is our enemy our neighbor? Jesus answered with the story of the good Samaritan—whoever is in our path is our neighbor, even if our enemy at the same time. To love and hate at the same time is to see the deeper connection that makes us all the same. The Father's perfection is to see us all as one, as those on whom sun rises and rain falls. His perfection is an indiscriminate love, unaware of boundaries or borders, and any moment in which we lose ourselves in a connection so deep our learned boundaries fall away, is a perfect moment. Imperfect people having perfect moments, able to love what we don't understand or even like. In the moment we can love and hate at the same time, we are imperfectly perfect as well.
In addition to stand-up comedy, producing and acting, Roy is a correspondent on Comedy Central's Emmy and NAACP Award-winning The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Roy also hosts two podcasts: Beyond The Scenes, the all-new original podcast from The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and Roy's Job Fair. Recent acting credits include roles in Hulu's Only Murders in the Building, AMC's Better Call Saul, and The Last O.G. on TBS. Filmed on October 16th at the Gothic Theater in Denver, Colorado, Roy Wood Jr.: Imperfect Messenger is Roy's third hour-long special for Comedy Central. His previous specials for are Roy Wood Jr.: No One Loves You and Roy Wood Jr.: Father Figure. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Dani is Join with Brittney the amazing woman Behind imperfect imperfection the planners that help the ADHD get things done!! we talk all about her late diagnosis and how she learn to navigate around it with her 5 kids! (who are also neurodivergent) follow Brittney on her amazing platforms https://www.instagram.com/imperfect.inspiration/ https://www.tiktok.com/@imperfectinspiration https://imperfectinspiration.com/
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Nothing succeeds like secession! Or at least that's the thinking as Tom and Ray plan for Car Talk Plaza's imminent secession(from what exactly, we're not sure). But the crazy car problems will of course emigrate to wherever they land. This week's beleagured citizens of Car-Talk-istan include John and his Chevy's 'woobie', Robin's stuck Rabbit and Mazz with her chirping transmission. All this and the new puzzler!
Colin Powell passed away Monday morning at 84 of COVID-19 complications. Jeff Matthews, author of Powell biography Imperfect Patriot, joins John Williams to describe what the Secretary of State’s main objectives were during his time in office.
Colin Powell passed away Monday morning at 84 of COVID-19 complications. Jeff Matthews, author of Powell biography Imperfect Patriot, joins John Williams to describe what the Secretary of State’s main objectives were during his time in office.
Laney Broussard explores the allure of influencers in online perfection-seeking culture. This talk was filmed at TEDxPenn. All TEDx events are organized independently by volunteers in the spirit of TED's mission of ideas worth spreading. To learn more about TEDxSHORTS, the TEDx program, or give feedback on this episode, please visit http://go.ted.com/tedxshorts. Follow TEDx on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TEDx Follow TEDx on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tedx_official/
On this very grown-up episode of Imperfect Strangers meets House Hunters, Amanda is in the mood to move. Amanda, ever the adult, loves a Zillow listing. She knows all about square footage, location location location and renovations — which Melissa dreads having lived through it once and once alone hence she's in her forever home. Melissa bursts Amanda's bubble by telling her Boston is known to be one of America's most racist cities. She didn't know. Shorry. Melissa recounts a Life On The Z List story with Chingy in Boston though so that's cool. This episode is dedicated to the late Suzanne Whang. May she Rest In Peace. She holds a special place in Melissa's Blasian heart ever since she played Karrueche's mom in the film A Weekend With The Family, and of course, for her iconic turn as the host of House Hunters. Thank you to our sponsors. In supporting them you're supporting this show. Now, go treat yourself and your loved ones and use our code IMPERFECT at Ana Luisa NY to get 10% off your purchase. Visit https://shop.analuisa.com/imperfect and use code IMPERFECT at checkout. #analuisany .
This episode teaches Estar's past tense, as well as the difference between the preterite and imperfect past tenses in Spanish. Want FREE access to all of our learning materials, including videos, dialogues, and quizzes? Head over to www.spanishinonemonth.com. Follow us on Instagram @acceleratedspanish for daily Spanish translation practice and other learning tools. For additional resources beyond the 12 free Spanish lessons mentioned above, visit us on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC71luKNIbkqQ1PBisxKEyEw
Madeline Rotman is the Head of Sustainability for Imperfect Foods where she focuses on reducing waste across the company's operational practices and the food supply system at large. Imperfect Foods is reimagining grocery delivery and on a mission to eliminate food waste and build a kinder, less wasteful world. They offer thoughtful eaters sustainable, affordable groceries that make the weekly chore of shopping an effortless and delightful experience. With scheduled weekly deliveries they help their customers save time, money, and the planet. Show Page: https://eftp.co/imperfectfoods Newsletter signup: https://eftp.co/newsletter Follow us on Instagram Follow Nil Zacharias on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How often do we make mistakes and then compound them with more mistakes in an effort to hide the original mistake? Have you ever done this? This is evidence that shows us that we are not perfect. Just like making a series innocent mistakes, it...
Our Very Special Guests on Part II of The TJS Radio Interview with the Filmmakers of Miss Lillian" More Than A Presidents Mother with Director Vivian Winther + Composer John Van Tongeren and with Steven Ullman | Producer + Carol Swarbrick | Actor/Co-Writer + Jim Dries | Co-Writer. - - - About The Film: At 97 Jimmy Carter is the oldest living former US president. He only served a single term, but his dedication to humanitarian efforts and down-to-earth personality have made him a favorite amongst progressives. Documentarian Vivian Winther examines the woman who helped shape him in Miss Lillian: More Than A President's Mother. Lillian Carter was born in 1898 to a humble family in Southwestern Georgia. Her father ignored the segregationist norms of the time, preferring a hard work ethic over the color of someone's skin. A passion for helping people drove her to nursing school, after which she became a successful local nurse who treated the local African American community equally alongside her white patients. Lillian Carter later dedicated her life to social activism and served in the Peace Corps, where she treated lepers in India. When her oldest son was elected president, Lillian Carter became popular with reporters and Johnny Carson for her blend of Southern Hospitality and directness. She never hesitated to tell it like it was or put people in their place when they got out of line. Carter loved baseball, especially the Dodgers, and she became friendly with their manager Tommy Lasorda. - - - About The Filmamakers: Vivian Winther (Director) is a multifaceted creative producer, director, and writer. She was born in Toronto, Canada but has resided in the Unit- ed States for 30 years. Her career spans thirty years and three continents. Vivian started in front of the camera in the '80s as a top print model. Her work took her to Europe, Tokyo, and the United States. However, it is the behind-the-scenes aspects of film that has a much stronger pull for her. Initially, this translated to script development with a passion for develop- ing unknown writers. In order to realize these projects, Vivian began producing and started Harvest Table Pictures. She wound up in the documentary film world. Her premiere feature documentary is Miss Lillian: More Than A President's Mother, for which she won the award for Best Director of a Feature Length Documentary at The Seattle Film Festival. Her next project again teamed with producer Steven Ullman, is IMPERFECT, an empowering film about women's self-love as well as a cautionary tale about the side effects of breast implantation. The film is currently in post-production. She also has another project in post-production about photo-journalist Lisl Steiner called LislBaby. - - - John Van Tongeren (Composer) won the 2019 Emmy Award for Music Composition for his work on The Tom and Jerry Show for Warner Brothers Animation. He also won the Gemini Award (Canada's version of the Emmy Award) for Music Composition in both 2000 and 2001 for his work on The Outer Limits for MGM, which he worked on for seven seasons. He composed the scores for the films Swindle, Suite Life Movie, The Boy Who Cried Werewolf, Miss Congeniality 2, Malibu's Most Wanted, The Cheetah Girls, and Twitches 1 & 2. Other television series include The 4400, Poltergeist The Legacy, Thief, and Wanted. John was one of the original three members of Media Ventures, along with Hans Zimmer and Mark Mancina. With Hans Zimmer, we worked on Thelma and Louise, True Romance, and Drop Zone. With Mark, he worked on Speed, Assassins, and Twister. - - - Miss Lillian: More Than A Presidents Mother Website: misslillian.com On Facebook: The Lillian Carter Story Purchase the film: geni.us/MissLillian or on misslillian.com Principal Cast President Jimmy Carter Former First Lady Rosalyn Carter Sam Donaldson Tommy Lasorda Carol Swarbrick
Our Very Special Guests on Part I of The TJS Radio Interview with Steven Ullman | Producer + Carol Swarbrick | Actor/Co-Writer + Jim Dries | Co-Writer About The Film: At 97 Jimmy Carter is the oldest living former US president. He only served a single term, but his dedication to humanitarian efforts and down-to-earth personality have made him a favorite amongst progressives. Documentarian Vivian Winther examines the woman who helped shape him in Miss Lillian: More Than A President's Mother. Lillian Carter was born in 1898 to a humble family in Southwestern Georgia. Her father ignored the segregationist norms of the time, preferring a hard work ethic over the color of someone's skin. A passion for helping people drove her to nursing school, after which she became a successful local nurse who treated the local African American community equally alongside her white patients. Lillian Carter later dedicated her life to social activism and served in the Peace Corps, where she treated lepers in India. When her oldest son was elected president, Lillian Carter became popular with reporters and Johnny Carson for her blend of Southern Hospitality and directness. She never hesitated to tell it like it was or put people in their place when they got out of line. Carter loved baseball, especially the Dodgers, and she became friendly with their manager Tommy Lasorda. - - - About The Filmamakers: Producer Steven Ullman has been producing and directing live theatre for more than 30 years. Miss Lillian: More Than A President's Mother marks his foray into producing film. His second film, also with director Vivian Winther, IMPERFECT, is now in post-production. During his ten years as Producing Artistic Director of the Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities, Steven became the only producer in Los Angeles to win the L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Award for Best Musical three times: West Side Story, Dreamgirls, and Crazy For You. He was also nominated for Best Musical for Titanic, Ragtime, and Forever Plaid. - - - - Carol Swarbrick (Actor/Co-Writer) has been an actor for more than 5 decades, working on stages around the world, appearing in four Broadway shows, including 42nd STREET and SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM. Some of her films are “Man Trouble” starring Jack Nicholson, “The Big Day” with Julianna Margulies, and “Big Business” starring Bette Midler and Lily Tomlin. On television, she has had recurring roles on “The Bold and the Beautiful”, and “General Hospital”. She could be seen guest starring on “Murder She Wrote”, “Night Court”, “Columbo” and others. - - - - Jim Dries (Co-Writer) Intro co-authored the play and screenplay of MISS LILLIAN – MORE THAN A PRESIDENT'S MOTHER. He has written the political intrigue novel, “A Harsh Mistress”, and will soon release his second novel, “Commies, Cuties and the CIA!” In addition, he co-authored, the romance non-fiction book, “Better Late Than Never – A Love Story” with his wife, Carol Swarbrick Dries. As well as being a published author and award-winning theatre director, Jim, like Lillian Carter, served in the Peace Corps in the 1960's and traveled around the world three times. He was an educator for more than three decades, and since retiring has performed onstage in delights like THE SOUND OF MUSIC, SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM and THE WIZARD OF OZ. Jim has also appeared in commercials for TV. Miss Lillian: More Than A Presidents Mother Website: misslillian.com On Facebook: The Lillian Carter Story Purchase the film: https://geni.us/MissLillian or on misslillian.com Contact Producer Steven Ullman email@example.com Principal Cast President Jimmy Carter Former First Lady Rosalyn Carter Sam Donaldson Tommy Lasorda Carol Swarbrick
Drag Queens in high heels returns on October 26 for the 34th Annual 17th Street High Heel Race. Max Scherzer is starting on the mound for another wild card game, this time for the LA Dodgers game tonight against the Cardinals. Three former Nationals players are playing in tonight's game, Max, Trea Turner and Jon Lester (Cardinals). Alexandria, Virginia has been named a Top 3 Best Small City in the U.S. according to the 2021 Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards. This week Dauphine's, Chaia Tacos, ANXO, Toki Underground, Seylou Bakery and RASA will feature limited edition, waste-less menu items, incorporating ingredients that would have otherwise fallen to less fortunate outcomes. Each dish fights food waste and helps reduce the 40% of food that is wasted each year and proceeds from the dishes will be donated to DC Central Kitchen. NextDoor is relaunching its Treat Map again this year. The app will let people in your neighborhood post if they pass out candy or have the scariest Halloween decorations. Links: Scherzer in Dodgers Gear: Scherzer in Dodgers Gear Alexandria Best Small City- Conde Nats listing: Alexandria Best Small City From Real.Fun.DC. “The Tommy and Kelly Show” is produced in Washington, DC providing news, culture, playful conversation, positive energy, and a dose of morning fun any time. Download the Real.Fun.DC. APP to check out our wide array of programming app.RealFunDC.com Follow Kelly Collis Twitter: @CityShopGirl Instagram: @CityShopGirl LinkedIN: Kelly Collis Follow Tommy McFLY Twitter: @TommyMcFLY Instagram: @MrTommyMcFLY LinkedIN: Tommy McFLY
We are speaking with Reilly Brock, the former associate creative director at Imperfect Foods. Imperfect Foods is a DTC brand that was founded to fight food waste by finding a home for the imperfect or “ugly” fruits and vegetables that farms couldn't sell to grocery stores. This is one of Jonathan's favorite subjects and we will be diving into how you can reduce food waste in your own home, Imperfect Foods efforts to create a sustainable business while talking through the role a creative director has and how Reilly uses creativity to educate consumers. ReilIy has had an eclectic career from cooking tacos in food trucks to apprenticing through Europe and working at places like Mission Chinese food in SF. Following his passion for food he ultimately found that the lifestyle as a chef wasn't sustainable. Thereafter he pivoted to event planning and content marketing as a way to marry reading, writing and storytelling with his love for food.After he joined Imperfect, he learned to look upstream. It was eye opening to see all the stuff in the walk in fridge and think about how farmers would have outcomes of throwing away due to not being able to distribute it. All of us make choices about how we use food in our homes. We can all be that bridge between people who care about waste reduction part time and full time. Showing people at home, there's some common sense ways you can prevent waste before it starts. His role is the translator and storyteller between different worlds where customers can understand the scope and how we can all push ourselves to make a bigger impact. He talks about how 40% of waste in the supply chain happens in our homes. The top thing is shopping with intention and a plan. If you look at things that go to waste, its impulse buys -- hopeful kale purchasing.He advises to plan with the shelf life of your ingredients in mind. Prioritizing that over what you feel like eating for dinner. Herbs go to waste and it makes sense; they're tender, fragile and the recipe usually doesn't' call for the entire bunch so what do you do with parts you can't fully use? He also advises to clean your fridge at least once a month and to get comfortable with rescue recipes that absorb ingredients from other recipes that can collect the motley crew of odds and ends.Early in his career, he was focused on “asset up” - executing at a velocity to keep telling a story one piece of content at a time. Over time he has realized that it should be strategy-down. It's tough because it takes people. A well-balanced team of strategic, and organizational thinkers, allows for awesome cross channel pushes. It takes more time and energy but allows for more impact. One part of his strategy is he tries to remember it's a two way street - it should be about us learning. When something doesn't get as much engagement, it's a great sign to learn, iterate and adapt. When you get comments from the community, that's free data and learnings as a creative to run with and lean on.Their open kitchen series is filled with amazing, thoughtful questions which pushed him to learn and solve. What are actual pain points and not just what are my goals for them to hear from them. It's about listening as much as it is a plan. Unfortunately, they don't teach you a lot about the environment in school. He learned relatively recently what all the numbers on the bottom of plastic bottles mean. Unfortunately, not all plastics are easily recyclable. We learned recently we need to educate people. Knowing what's in what you're consuming is unfortunately a really opaque landscape.Democratizing knowledge is fun to do as a mission driven brand. On the flip side, it's frustrating - companies can make it so hard for people to know what to do with materials that are hard or impossible to recycle. It's on YOU, consumers, to figure out what to do with them. It's hard to have to wade through it all. How do you make the right choice an easier choice to make? Real power is not to choose from a menu of options, but to create a menu of options. The real power is the people who choose what is or is not at the store. Stuff that is fantastic isn't even making it to the stores when it can/should be sold at retail.Their sustainability team has been exploring giving people a better default option. We're currently more or less the only company that makes it free/easy to recycle from your doorstep. Between delivery and packaging, they are exploring ways to cut that down. Insulated liners and gel packs are things you can't reuse around the house. They wanted to liberate people from gel pack freezer tetris and did an 80/20 analysis. They found it was these that are the biggest headache so after drop off they will take back the packs. The win was making a circular system despite how complicated it was. It requires customers to be meaningfully involved every week. But, a huge win to offer a better default option that closes the loop on a wasteful thing. They realized a bigger opportunity to make a scalable impact if they could be a full grocery store. They saw it as a chance to be a more meaningful part of customer's lives and shift from a niche thing to add to shopping experience to being a majority par.It's a balance to show that we're broadening and enhancing as opposed to changing. What is the throughline and how can I tell some new stories about our enhancements but that the DNA of our company is alive and well and intact. A huge reason food goes to waste in people's homes is due to dates -- dates are conservaate estimates of peak quality, not hard and fast predictions of food safety. Dates are usually designated at the state level. That, plus best buy, use by, sell by. When youre talking about canned beans or dried quinoa, evoo etc -- the date is one piece of data, but it's not the only or most important one. Use your common sense, best judgement and ability to research as well as senses to tell if it's still good to eat.
Comedian Myq Kaplan is back on the podcast to discuss traveling on his birthday weekend for shows, casually aging, wise words of wisdom from his grandmother, & being imPERFECT. Myq can be seen live at Helium Comedy Club St. Louis on Sunday, October 10th at 7pm. Tickets available here: https://st-louis.heliumcomedy.com/shows/149884. Follow Myq on social media @myqkaplan.
Today's episode is a little shaky. Imperfect. I apologize! I go for a run and share what's working for me while working from home. Get my WFH Success Guide to feel GOOD/not gross while working from home: https://www.systemsforselfcare.com/feelgoodnotgross
TJ & Jess share one of the challenges in their marriage and how they work through it. If you enjoy listening to this podcast, please subscribe to it for free, share it with a friend, and rate/review it! Follow TJ and Jess on instagram @radioTJ & @JessicaLatshaw. Signup for TJ's newsletter at theTJshow.com and Jess' newsletter at jessicalatshaw.com. Thank you for listening!
Mike and Jason welcome in Sat Shah to talk about the Hughes and Pettersson contracts, and to talk about the state of the blueline. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
There's now movement to reach a deal to avoid a government shutdown, just hours before the deadline. But Washington isn't out of the woods yet. We'll bring you latest details on the budget wrangling as they happen. Plus, there seems to be a shortage of everything lately, and that includes paper. The CEO of Shutterfly joins to discuss how it's navigating supply chain woes. And, China just ordered state suppliers to secure energy at any cost as winter approaches. We'll tell you all you need to know in a special ‘Energy Edition' of Rapid Fire.
We are off this week, so here is our third episode we posted way back in 2019! We'll "see" you all next week, thanks for listening!Soulaire delves into how she interacts with the world, discussing how she uses a sliding scale to look for the details of the people she interacts with. Whether it's working with clients or processing PTSD episodes, her strategies can help you understand how to interact with your own self and see the creative, perfectly imperfect "Art of You."
Imperfect self-care is better than none at all. Self-care takes courage. It's easy to put off. Some people, like healthcare workers who we hear from in this episode, aren't given a choice. They are only being asked to take care of others. However, everyone needs self-care and it rarely happens in isolation. Sometimes we have to face conflict to practice radical love and embrace the messy beautiful. The Gratitude Blooming card #10 is inspired by the allium triquetrum, a simple but edible weed. Visit www.GratitudeBlooming.com to join a gratitude circle or get yourself a deck of cards!
Have you ever been self-conscious about your leadership style? Or worried that your leadership doesn't fit the mold for what a leader “should” be? I feel this way all the time. Sometimes I feel like I'm really thriving in my leadership seat. Other days, I feel totally insecure that I'm not good enough and don't know what I'm doing. It's the realization that — shit. I'm not perfect. I can have one or twenty people on my team and it doesn't matter. I will ALWAYS be learning how to lead. In today's episode you'll hear: - Why it's OK to feel ROUGH around the edges in your leadership. - Why your leadership style doesn't have to adhere to typical STEREOTYPES. - How to own your IMPERFECTIONS while still being accountable to your growth. Subscribe and Review Have you subscribed to my podcast? If the answer is no, I'd love for you to subscribe. Diary of a Doer is full of stories of business, some behind the scenes, and freaking amazing guests. If you're feeling really generous, I'd love for you to give me a review over on Apple Podcasts. Simply select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” then a quick line with your favorite part of the episode. It only takes a second and it helps me out a ton!
Born deaf in one ear and with a form of autism, Shihori had no friends and was terribly bullied. She was staring at a lonely, fraught future. But she discovered that singing and writing music provided her with the means and the motivation to connect with people. Despite achieving great success in Japan, she was recently inspired to start afresh in America, launching her debut album "Mutation" on October 1, 2021.