00:00 Cold Open 00:25 Besties react to last week's All-In E63 21:50 Implications of FTC Chair Lina Khan's approach to enforcing antitrust 42:21 “Superbubble,” Multiple compression, Fed interest rates, Peloton & Netflix valuations 1:11:04 Sacks explains the NIH's coordinated effort to downplay the lab leak hypothesis 1:32:01 Friedberg's new company Cana 1:33:47 Learning loss from COVID school closures Follow the besties: https://twitter.com/chamath https://linktr.ee/calacanis https://twitter.com/DavidSacks https://twitter.com/friedberg Follow the pod: https://twitter.com/theallinpod https://linktr.ee/allinpodcast Intro Music Credit: https://rb.gy/tppkzl https://twitter.com/yung_spielburg Intro Video Credit: https://twitter.com/TheZachEffect Referenced in the Episode: Lina Khan interview with Kara Swisher and Andrew Ross Sorkin on CNBC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1iYGE3PVYA WSJ article: Sen. Dianne Feinstein & Sen. Alex Padilla advanced the antitrust bill https://www.wsj.com/articles/senate-panel-approves-antitrust-bill-restricting-big-tech-platforms-11642701487 Chamath's Social Capital 2019 Annual Letter https://www.socialcapital.com/annual-letters/2019 Bill Ackman suggests the Fed should raise rate by 50 basis points https://twitter.com/BillAckman/status/1482449525595943045?s=20 Gavin Baker's Twitter on Generals getting shot last https://twitter.com/GavinSBaker/status/1479454332567310342?s=20 Jonathan Chait in NY Mag on School Closures https://nymag.com/intelligencer/article/progressives-must-reckon-with-the-school-closing-catastrophe.html Unicef estimate that COVID-19 learning loss could cost students close to $17 trillion https://www.unicef.org/press-releases/learning-losses-covid-19-could-cost-generation-students-close-17-trillion-lifetime Friedberg's interview on This Week in Startups https://youtu.be/dajzLwGAntI?t=1998 https://apple.co/33Xrbq3
I'm joined by Jared Isaacman, commander of Inspiration4 mission (the first all-civilian crew to space) and CEO/founder of Shift4. We discuss SpaceX, Elon Musk, the future of space, Starlink, Shift4 ($FOUR), life advice and more. Jared Isaacman on Twitter: https://twitter.com/rookisaacman Shift4 on the web: https://www.shift4.com Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction 00:30 - Raising over $250m for St Jude Children's Hospital 01:20 - Was family nervous about you going to space? 02:14 - Why did you go to space? 03:30 - What values trying to impart to your kids? 05:45 - What did you learn about SpaceX and Elon Musk? 08:17 - Why do space exploration? Benefits? 11:52 - How was bathroom situation on board Dragon capsule? 12:57 - How was sleeping in Dragon capsule? 15:20 - Personal life story... why not happy in high school? 18:00 - How did you start your company? 20:40 - Was family supportive of you dropping out and starting a business? 22:30 - Relationship with father? 35:35 - Shift4 business overview 30:33 - Square, Stripe, Shopify vs Shift4 32:43 - Toast vs Shift4 35:33 - Implications of Starlink agreement 37:45 - Shift4 International expansion, Europe vs Adyen 42:22 - How much is Shift4's investment in SpaceX? 42:41 - Best advice to young people for success 44:40 - Limited hours in life 49:00 - Conclusion Social
In this healthcare podcast, I'm speaking with Eric Bricker, MD, about how so many entities in healthcare are getting up in other people's business and swimming in other people's traditional lanes. Consider last week's show with Katy Talento, for example. She mentions employers who are not only doing their own direct contracting (ie, cutting out the traditional carriers and negotiating directly with provider organizations) but also employee benefit consultants who are working on setting up their own hospital—an employer-owned hospital. That was episode 350, and while this hospital idea is a little future oriented, right now today, across the country, we have employers and also unions who are owning their own primary care clinics, which I discussed at some length with Mark Blum from America's Agenda (EP248). In this episode with Dr. Bricker, we start from the beginning. We kick off the conversation talking about the payer, PBM, and hospital system horizontal consolidation that has transpired over the past decades (that's plural). Horizontal consolidation is pretty much the easiest way to decimate all competition in your own swim lane so that you can charge more and not worry so much about patient/customer/member experience because the patients/customers/members have no better alternative. They effectively have nowhere, or few other places at best, to go if they leave you. So, what's the impact of horizontal consolidation? We get into this in the podcast, but subsequent to this recording, there was a study that came out in JAMA: “The Dysfunctional Health Benefits Market and Implications for US Employers and Employees.” This was by David Scheinker, PhD; Arnold Milstein, MD; and Kevin Schulman, MD. This study showed that commercial insurance costs have gone up 4x the rate of other benchmark goods and services. Bottom line, “It is assumed that insurers compete intensely to improve the value received by employers and employees by negotiating to keep prices down and advocating for employers and employees.” Ha ha … NOT. With peak horizontal consolidation, there is little meaningful competition—so ixnay on that premise. By the way, if anyone knows any of those authors that I just cited in that study, hit me up. I'd love to get one of them on the show. But let's spend a moment, shall we, on the human impact of all this extreme consolidation. The impact is your sister, your neighbor, your son, your friend. So many feel so much pressure financially in our country today because of healthcare costs. Even families earning significantly more than median household income are forgoing care because of costs. Again, this was in a recent paper. (The authors are Alyce S. Adams, Raymond Kluender, Neale Mahoney, Jinglin Wang, Francis Wong, and Wesley Yin.) But the direct observable financial toxicity resulting from high healthcare patient costs is really only the tip of the iceberg here. As Dave Chase from Health Rosetta has said a million times already, high healthcare costs have a multitude of effects on employers, big and small. One big one is, if healthcare costs more, then there's less money for salaries. Dave, citing lots of evidence, has long attributed wage stagnation in this country to accelerating healthcare costs, which became even more rampant during periods of industry consolidation. Dave Chase leads Health Rosetta, by the way. Here's another human toxicity: Listen to episode 337 with Oliva Webb on the impact on her life as a result of the undeniably and unquestionably common non-excellent treatment by the PBMs and SPPs that she has to deal with. Because, as Dr. Bricker also says, no competition means basically not a whole lot of concern about patient experience. Why should a for-profit business spend money to improve something when there's nothing really to be gained for them financially to do so? I mean, the best a patient can do most of the time is hop from the frying pan into the fire. That's what happens when there's no competition or no real competition. Also consider the burned-out clinicians who have to get stuck in the middle of this nobody-really-cares-at-the-monopoly customer service paperwork quagmire. By the way, here's a sidebar that might come as a surprise to some people, but please take this in the spirit with which it's intended. All of us innovators and lifelong learners, we want to update our beliefs when the facts show us an updated conclusion. So, I have learned that all of this consolidation was going on long before the ACA (Affordable Care Act). My point here is to please look into this well-documented trend line before reflexively tweeting that the ACA drove consolidation. Dr. Bricker and others like Dr. Mai Pham have told me that, in their opinion, low interest rates, cheap debt, and a desire to eliminate competition are wildly powerful drivers of consolidation. Anyway, about nine minutes into the interview with Dr. Bricker, if you're one of the ones who knows all you care to know about horizontal consolidation, we get into vertical integration, vertical consolidation—and this is where things get interesting. And when I say interesting, I mean it in a “we live in interesting times” kind of way. The vertical consolidation conversation segues into whose swim lane that the digital health and other innovators or, dare I say, disrupters are diving into and whose lunch they are aiming to eat. Dr. Bricker probably needs no introduction. He is the force behind AHealthcareZ, which you can find online, on Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn. He has worked as a clinician, in healthcare finance, and currently serves as a chief medical officer. If that weren't enough, he's also been an entrepreneur—a very successful entrepreneur, I might add. He started one of the first healthcare navigation firms called Compass Professional Health Services. Compass had something like 2000 employer clients serving about 1.8 million people when it was purchased in, I believe, 2018. You can connect with Dr. Bricker on Twitter at @DrEricB and on LinkedIn. Eric Bricker, MD, is an internal medicine physician and former cofounder and chief medical officer of Compass Professional Health Services. Compass is a healthcare navigation service that grew to 2000+ clients, including T-Mobile, Southwest Airlines, and Chili's/Maggiano's restaurants. Compass was acquired by Alight Solutions in July 2018. Alight is a 10,000-person employee benefits and HR outsourcing company that separated from Aon in 2017. Dr. Bricker has since started AHealthcareZ.com, with 170+ healthcare finance videos with approximately 90,000 views per month across all platforms. He is also the author of Healthcare Money Campfire Stories. 06:30 What is this “megatrend” happening in healthcare right now? 07:52 How has consolidation changed the healthcare landscape? 10:22 What is vertical integration within healthcare? 11:48 Why doesn't inorganic growth benefit patients? 13:33 “What is best for the patient does not necessarily make the most money.” 14:43 “It's not that it's above the law … it is just intentionally obscured.” 18:58 “Healthcare is glacial. It is slow.” 23:23 “The largest source of healthcare costs is hospitals.” 25:48 EP330 with John Marchica.29:17 “What have the historical priorities been of the administrators of those hospitals?” 29:32 “Every hospital CFO knows that they need sick people.” 30:18 EP343 with David Carmouche.30:59 “The payment change has to come first.” 32:17 “The money wins.” 34:12 “You've got to put the financial incentives in place … to make people actually behave the way that they should.” You can connect with Dr. Bricker on Twitter at @DrEricB and on LinkedIn. @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth What is this “megatrend” happening in healthcare right now? @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth How has consolidation changed the healthcare landscape? @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth What is vertical integration within healthcare? @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth Why doesn't inorganic growth benefit patients? @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “What is best for the patient does not necessarily make the most money.” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “It's not that it's above the law … it is just intentionally obscured.” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “Healthcare is glacial. It is slow.” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “The largest source of healthcare costs is hospitals.” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “What have the historical priorities been of the administrators of those hospitals?” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “Every hospital CFO knows that they need sick people.” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “The payment change has to come first.” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “The money wins.” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth “You've got to put the financial incentives in place … to make people actually behave the way that they should.” @DrEricB discusses #healthcare's changing landscape on our #healthcarepodcast. #podcast #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Katy Talento, Stacey Richter (INBW33), Stacey Richter (INBW32), Dr Steve Schutzer (Encore! EP294), Lisa Trumble, Jeb Dunkelberger, Dr Ian Tong, Mike Schneider, Peter Hayes, Paul Simms, Dr Steven Quimby, Dr David Carmouche (EP343), Christin Deacon, Gary Campbell, Kristin Begley, David Contorno (AEE17), David Contorno (EP339), Nikki King, Olivia Webb, Brandon Weber, Stacey Richter (INBW30), Brian Klepper (AEE16), Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica
SI & Tennis Channel's Jon Wertheim discussed the staggering impact of Novak Djokovic's vaccination decision, when we'll see him again, how his peers felt & the buzz around Maxime Cressy.
Host Andy Patton previews the Gonzaga Bulldogs vs. San Francisco Dons game set for Thursday night on CBS. San Francisco is a top-40 team in the country (per KenPom) and will provide a nice test for Mark Few and the Zags. Then, Patton answers a pair of spillover Mailbag Monday questions in the second segment, discussing San Francisco's overall resume for the NCAA tournament and once again discussing the WCC and the viability of four teams playing in March Madness this year. Finally, Andy predicts how the rest of the slate in the WCC is going to shake out this week. Locked on Zags - Part of the Locked on Podcast Network. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! NetSuite Over twenty-seven thousand businesses already use NetSuite and RIGHT NOW through the end of the year NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program to those ready to upgrade at NetSuite.com/LOCKEDONNCAA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“When you bet on yourself, the amazing thing is, one, it's very validating when you get those wins because it's you. It's you doing it. You're the one that's succeeding.” - Zack Knight Welcome to this solo episode Tactical Leader! In today's episode, we'll savor the insightful point from the discussion with Tony Martignetti from my interview. Getting into the entrepreneurship space from the military is a challenge but with the right attitude and mindset, we should not be afraid to bet on ourselves and be at the forefront. [00:01 - 01:09] Opening Segment If you have a platform and you want to create content that DELIVERS, go over tohttp://knightly.productions/ ( knightly.productions)! If you haven't listened to last Monday's episode, check it out! I highlight the key points of Tony Martignetti [1:10 - 11:20] My Takeaways Implications of the entrepreneurship space It takes accountability, clarity, and authenticity Not being willing to go all-in means lacking devotion The dangers of divided attention Being good at everything means being a master of nothing Do not be afraid to put yourself at the forefront Having an accountability partner or community helps [11:21 - 13:01] Closing Segment Closing words and reminders Tune in this Friday for part 2 of my discussion with Tony where he'll discuss amazing tactics for you to apply Key Quotes: “I tell a lot of my clients not to dip a toe in the water because dipping a toe in the water, just taking a test, taking a taste, and testing something mean you're already kind of manifesting the fact that it's not going to succeed, that you're not willing to go all-in. And by withholding and by holding yourself back, you never really truly devoted.” - Zack Knight “Going back to that alignment and that purpose for myself has been really, really key. But that never would have happened if I didn't better myself.” - Zack Knight Did you love the value that we are putting out in the show? LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue on putting out great content just for you! Share this episode and help someone who wants to expand their leadership capacity or clickhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/tactical-leadership/id1498567657 ( here) to listen to our previous episodes. Tactical Leadership is brought to you by Knight Protection Services. A veteran-owned and operated company, with extensive experience in risk assessment and crime prevention. Find out more by visiting https://knightprotectionllc.com/ ( https://knightprotectionllc.com/) If you want to learn how to build a better business check out my website athttps://beatacticalleader.com/ ( Beatacticalleader.com). You can connect with us onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/zaknight ( LinkedIn),https://www.instagram.com/beatacticalleader/ ( Instagram), or joinhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/BATLgroup/ ( Our BATL Space) and become part of the community.
Vanessa Bohns is a psychologist, award-winning researcher, and professor of organizational behavior at Cornell University. Plus she is the author of an amazing book that I encourage everyone to read, You Have More Influence Than You Think. Today, Vanessa joins the show to talk about influence and the ways that we as fundraisers might underestimate our own, especially when it comes to making the big ask! Vanessa shares how important it is to talk transparently without making assumptions that can hold our organizations back or restrict funding in unnecessary ways. Join this conversation and learn science's most valuable takes on influence and trust-building for fundraisers! And don't forget to listen to Part II of this conversation! Episode highlights: PART I (02:32) - Introducing Vannesa Bohns: An experimental social psychologist that approaches social influence in professional decision making. (09:03) - How are fundraisers underestimating their influence? Vanessa's reading on rejection and how to create environments of conscious choice based on her book. (18:31) - The impact video has on influence and fundraising: How does video fit amongst in-person and email modes of communication? (21:49) - Follow-up requests: What happens when someone says no the first time? Understanding situational and circumstantial elements of rejection (25:59) - Implications of the fact that 75% of fundraisers are women: Gender differences in how likely people are to ask. (27:59) - Vanessa's three main takeaways on influence consciousness for fundraisers. (29:28) - Contact info and Vannessa's shout out to a non-profit near and dear to her heart.
There's a lot of talk right now about the “great resignation” and the numbers of people leaving the workforce. Regardless of the nuances of that situation and whether or not it poses a problem for specific employers, the topic of keeping junior talent is one that seems particularly relevant right now. In this episode, we discuss: - Why do people stay in their jobs - What might be particularly important for junior talent - Implications for junior talent, their leaders, and their organizations Links and Other Information Why people quit and how to keep them: Part 1 Why people quit and how to keep them: Part 2 Lee, T. W., Mitchell, T. R., Holtom, B. C., McDaneil, L. S., & Hill, J. W. (1999). The unfolding model of voluntary turnover: A replication and extension. Academy of Management Journal, 42(4), 450-462. Click here Allen, D. G., Bryant, P. C., & Vardaman, J. M. (2010). Retaining talent: Replacing misconceptions with evidence-based strategies. Academy of management Perspectives, 24(2), 48-64. Click here McKinsey article on attracting and retaining talent: click here All episodes of The Indigo Podcast Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
In Episode 27 of Season 2, Drew interviews Dr. Josh Mobley - professor of great texts at Baylor University - regarding the life and impact of Thomas Aquinas. Connect with us at email@example.com // Like what you found here? Feel free to subscribe, share, comment, and/or rate.
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In today's second hour, Dom welcomes back friend of the show Ron Tomalis, former Pennsylvania Secretary of Education, to discuss the dire situation in Philadelphia public schools. Giordano and Tomalis discuss how the city could find itself in such a funding struggle, allowing children to fail at an incredible rate. Tomalis reveals what is being done elsewhere to address budgetary concerns, offers what he believes to be the issue within the school system, and tells of the implications on taxes within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Then, Giordano continues with the conversation surrounding schools, discussing his qualms with the Philadelphia School District and telling listeners how Philadelphia schools deal with troublesome students. After that, Giordano shifts into a conversation surrounding vaccine mandates, after the Heritage Foundation revealed a small governmental organization who has announced it will keep a list of the religious preferences of employees who request a religious vaccine exemption. (Photo by Getty Images)
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Supply chain delays are on the minds of not only investors, policymakers and business owners, but the average consumer as well. How will recent challenges to supply chains be resolved in the near-term and will this create opportunity for investors?----- Transcript -----Michael Zezas Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Michael Zezas, head of public policy research and municipal strategy for Morgan Stanley.Daniel Blake And I'm Daniel Blake, equity strategist covering Asia and emerging markets,Michael Zezas And on part one of this special edition of the podcast. We'll be assessing the near-term restructuring of global supply chains and how this transition may impact investors. It's Tuesday, January 11th at 9 a.m. in New York.Daniel Blake And it's 10:00 p.m. in Hong Kong.Michael Zezas So, Daniel, we recently collaborated on a report, "Global Supply Chains, Repair, Restructuring and investment Implications." In it, we take a look at the story for supply chains over the short, medium and long term. Now, obviously supply chains are on the minds of not only investors and policymakers, but the average consumer as well. So I think the best place to start is, how did we get here?Daniel Blake Thanks, Mike. What we're seeing actually is a surge in demand for goods, particularly coming out of the US economy. As we're seeing accommodation of a record stimulus program post-World War Two, combined with a share in spending that has shifted from services towards goods that has been unprecedented. For example, to put this in context, we're seeing U.S. consumer spending on goods increased by 40% in the two years between October 2019, pre-COVID, to October 2021. And that compares with 28% increase that we saw in the entire 11 years following the financial crisis. And so what we're seeing is a sharp fall in services being more than made up for with an increase in spending on goods. And that's put enormous stress on supply chains, production levels, capacity of transportation. And in conjunction with the surge in demand that was seen, we've also seen some acute difficulties emerge in parts of supply chains impacted by COVID. For example, in South Southeast Asia, we've seen semiconductor fabrication, we've seen assembly, and we're seeing components being impacted by staffing issues as a result of COVID health precautions. And this has all been made worse by the uncertainty about sourcing products and lead times. So what we're seeing is manufacturers, we're seeing suppliers, distributors and the and the end corporates that are facing the consumer, putting in additional orders, whether that component is in short supply or not. And so that's increased the stress in the system and created uncertainty about where underlying demand sitsDaniel Blake And so, Mike, amidst this uncertainty, policymakers have really taken note of the issues, not least because of the inflation that's been generated. What reactions are you seeing from the administration, from Congress and from the Fed?Michael Zezas This is obviously unprecedented volatility in the behavior of the American consumer. And so not surprisingly, in the U.S., policymakers don't have the types of tools immediately at their disposal to deal with this. So you've actually seen the administration pull the levers that they can, but they're relatively limited. They've made certain moneys available, for example, for overtime work for port workers and transportation workers to help speed along the process of inventory accumulating at different ports of entry in the US. But there aren't really any comprehensive tools beyond that that are being used.Michael Zezas Daniel, what about policymakers in Asia and emerging markets? How are they reacting?Daniel Blake Yeah. In the short run, we're seeing a combination of tightening of monetary policy. For example, over 70% of emerging markets have been hiking rates by the fourth quarter of 2021. But we're also seeing competition for investment in global supply chains as they are being diversified by OEMs and as we're seeing some restructuring taking place. So we're seeing overall this competition happening across the value chain from battery materials like lithium and nickel in markets like Indonesia all the way through to leading edge 3D semiconductor manufacturing, where companies in Japan are partnering with industry leader Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation to try to pursue leading edge technology. So we are seeing this competition being a key feature of medium term trends.Michael Zezas So, Daniel, clearly a challenge in the near term to supply chains in the economy. What's our view on how this resolves itself?Daniel Blake Yeah, we have identified in conjunction with the global research team the most acute choke points, the primary choke points. And the short answer is we are seeing improvement in these in these areas. For example, in semiconductors, manufacturing capacity in in the backend foundry that was seen in Southeast Asia, we are seeing production come back in towards full capacity. And so we are seeing a real easing in the most acute bottlenecks. That should be good news for overall production levels and the most severe shortages. But at the same time, we do have some more persistent challenges, including rising costs and delays in transportation, as it will take some investment and multiple years likely to resolve the issues that we're seeing in labor shortages in areas like US trucking, in port capacity, intermodal capacity in the US. And as we see some persistent areas of demand really pushing for more investment, for example, in EV materials and the battery supply chain.Michael Zezas OK, so the most acute stresses we see resolving in the near term, and that's one of the reason, for example, our economists expect that inflation pressures will start to ease this quarter and into next. And as a consequence, the Fed will hike rates this year, but not necessarily according to the more aggressive schedule that they previously laid out. Daniel, what do you think are some of the more micro investment implications, sectoral investment implications, that we should pay attention to here?Daniel Blake Yeah, we are tracking very closely these key bottleneck segments in the global economy because we have seen companies producing those products have been sharp outperformers. And the challenge is obviously recognizing where these shortages will persist and where we see sustained pricing power. We do see that in some areas the semiconductors are continuing, we are still seeing investment channels in EV materials being a key source of demand. But on the flip side, we're also seeing an outlook for a reprieve in supply chains. As we mentioned some of the more acute challenges, for example, in auto production that may actually be a negative for some major semi companies, as they've benefited from these stronger margins. And so as that pricing pressure diminishes, we think investor consensus is somewhat too optimistic on this shortage and backlog persisting longer into 2022. In terms of implications, then that should be more of a positive for volume league players, for example, auto parts makers that have been held up in terms of their shipments as a result of shortages in other parts of the value chain. And the longer term, another favored investment theme coming out of the report is the likely strength of the US capex cycle in response to these challenges that we're seeing for supply chains.Michael Zezas Thanks for listening. We'll be back in your feed soon with part two of my conversation with Daniel Blake on the restructuring of global supply chains. As a reminder, if you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please make sure to rate and review us on. The Apple Podcasts app. It helps more people find the show.
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For those of us living among other people–which is basically all of us unless you're a total hermit–it's natural to look around and notice other people. This is something called “social comparison.” But it has both negative and positive outcomes for us. In this episode, we discuss: - What social comparison is - How does social comparison work and what are its outcomes - Implications for people, leaders, and organizations Links and Other Information The Stress of Social Comparison: article New York Times article: You Won't Find Your Self-Worth on Instagram Hobza, C. L., Walker, K. E., Yakushko, O., & Peugh, J. L. (2007). What about men? Social comparison and the effects of media images on body and self-esteem. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 8(3), 161. Click here Hogue, J. V., & Mills, J. S. (2019). The effects of active social media engagement with peers on body image in young women. Body Image, 28, 1-5. Click here Experience Magazine: Jealous of your Facebook friends? You're not alone. Vogel, E. A., Rose, J. P., Okdie, B. M., Eckles, K., & Franz, B. (2015). Who compares and despairs? The effect of social comparison orientation on social media use and its outcomes. Personality and Individual Differences, 86, 249-256. Click here Gibbons, F. X., & Buunk, B. P. (1999). Individual differences in social comparison: development of a scale of social comparison orientation. Journal of personality and social psychology, 76(1), 129. Click here Park, S. Y., & Baek, Y. M. (2018). Two faces of social comparison on Facebook: The interplay between social comparison orientation, emotions, and psychological well-being. Computers in Human Behavior, 79, 83-93. Click here All episodes of The Indigo Podcast Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
On The Brian Noe Show, Brian attempts to unwrap Antonio Brown's latest comments regarding his release from the Buccaneers, in particular his mouthful about Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski. How much culpability do the Buccaneers have for Antonio Brown's outburst? Plus, Andrea from Berkley checks in with an astrological update on AB. Brian looks ahead to the NFL's week 18 regular season slate and which games have playoff implications. Which NFL quarterbacks have the most pressure on them in the playoffs? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
0:00 Bestie intro and poker recap 3:14 Elizabeth Holmes verdict, origins of the fraud, breakdown of the Theranos promise 17:51 Lessons for founders and investors from the Theranos debacle, bad behavior a sign of the top 26:09 Implications of "The Great Markdown" on public and private markets, confusing FED decisions 45:56 Advice for founders on navigating a downturn 1:00:01 a16z's new mega funds; should they go public? How does that change partner dynamics? Follow the besties: https://twitter.com/chamath https://linktr.ee/calacanis https://twitter.com/DavidSacks https://twitter.com/friedberg Follow the pod: https://twitter.com/theallinpod https://linktr.ee/allinpodcast Intro Music Credit: https://rb.gy/tppkzl https://twitter.com/yung_spielburg Intro Video Credit: https://twitter.com/TheZachEffect Referenced in the show: https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-elizabeth-holmes-verdict-theranos-founder-is-guilty-on-four-of-11-charges-in-fraud-trial-11641255705 https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-58469882 https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/04/technology/elizabeth-holmes-verdict.html https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-theranos-fraud-elizabeth-holmes-convicted-trial-blood-testing-start-up-11641330471 https://www.businessinsider.com/bill-maris-explains-why-gv-didnt-invest-in-theranos-2015-10 https://www.skadden.com/insights/publications/2021/06/insights-the-delaware-edition/delaware-courts-expand-plaintiffs-rights https://www.cnbc.com/2022/01/05/fed-minutes-december-2021.html https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/T10YIE http://www.paulgraham.com/aord.html https://www.socialcapital.com/annual-letters/2019 https://medium.com/craft-ventures/the-burn-multiple-51a7e43cb200 https://www.statista.com/statistics/266206/googles-annual-global-revenue https://techcrunch.com/2022/01/07/andreessen-horowitz-raises-9b-in-new-capital-for-venture-growth-bio-funds
Sports. Entertainment. Little to no culture. Takes from the minds of two sportswriters who know a lot about nothing. In this episode, Ed and Adam discuss the Raiders week 18 match-up vs. the Chargers at Allegiant Stadium and who they think will move on to the playoffs. Also discussed, another travel adventure with Adam. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 0667 - Endtimes Survival - Trust & Integrity (Click on the above link, or here, for audio.) Comments on eschatological teachings from New Testament & Chabad Orthodox Judaism, with guidance for spiritual "survival" through 3D Endtimes, including etymology, original text and terms. Implications of millenialist prophecy & Logoic trust, and personal faith 'no matter what.' Associated
NFL Week 18 Betting Preview + NFL Playoff Picture and Implications + Joe Burrow Top 5 QB TodayIn this episode of a Fantasy Football Podcast by the FF Faceoff, Anthony Cervino (@therealnflguru) will discuss NFL Week 18 from a Fantasy Football and Betting POV. He will also break down the NFL Playoff Picture and landscape while discussing the postseason implications for the Week 18 slate.**Ask your questions in the LIVE CHATThe FF Faceoff comes to you five times a week during the NFL season, including two Weekly Preview episodes like this one on Thursday and Friday. We also produce a Sunday Morning Live Stream to answer your questions able any last-minute lineup adjustments, bets or DFS plays.**Sign up at Fanduel.com/FFFaceoff for a 20% match on your first deposit up to $5,000. NFL Nuggets:Bears placed WR Jakeem Grant on injured reserveCowboys RB Tony Pollard (foot) is questionable for Week 18Titans WR Julio Jones (hamstring) practiced in full on ThursdayJets WR Braxton Berrios (quad) did not practice on ThursdayRavens QB Lamar Jackson (ankle) did not practice on ThursdayJets WR Jamison Crowder (calf) was limited at Thursday's practiceBrowns TE David Njoku (shoulder) did not practice on ThursdayJets RB Michael Carter (concussion) practiced in full on ThursdayHere is Today's Sponsor:1. MatchBets (Promo Code: FACEOFF)ALL NEW USERS will get 100% first deposit match up to $1000 — must deposit 50 to get bonus GET BONUS: https://bit.ly/MatchbetsFaceoff2. Underdog Fantasy (Promo Code: FACEOFF) All NEW USERS will receive a $10 sign up bonus when they deposit $10Link to join: https://play.underdogfantasy.com/p-ff-faceoff***Don't forget to engage with Anthony, Mike, and other viewers like you in our Live Chat. Hey! We built a website: www.fffaceoff.comJOIN FF Faceoff Discord and connect with Anthony, Mike, and the rest of our community: https://discord.gg/hEYgqxcvYjFind all the happenings surrounding Anthony and the FF Faceoff all in one spot: https://linktr.ee/fffaceoff2021 Fantasy Football Running Back Sleepers: https://thegameday.com/24423/article/2021-nfl-fantasy-football-rb-sleepers/Anthony was the 8th most accurate expert in the FantasyPros ECR Sleeper Competition: https://www.fantasypros.com/2021/07/fantasy-football-sleepers-most-accurate-expert-picks-in-2020/Anthony is the 45th best (out of 778) NFL Betting Expert at TallySight for the 2020 NFL regular season: https://tallysight.com/analyst/anthony-cervino/NFL/2020-21-regular-season Check out the FF Faceoff's Merchandise at Veridian Global: https://veridianglobal.com/collections/ff-faceoff#NFL #NFLWeek6 #FantasyFootball--------------------------------------------------------HOUSE-KEEPING---------------------------------------------------------------Here is today's sponsorwww.manscaped.compromo code: FACEOFFGet 20% off your order!Email Anthony and Mike -- firstname.lastname@example.org Be sure to Follow us on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/fffaceoffhttps://twitter.com/therealnflguruDon't forget to follow us on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thefffaceoffFind us on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/FFFaceoff/Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2213414128877661/?ref=pages_profile_groups_tab&source_id=918684538289626SUBSCRIBE to dominate your competition https://www.youtube.com/thefffaceoff?sub_confirmation=1LISTEN on Apple iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ff-faceoff/id1340277737?mt=2Subscribe on Google Podcasts https://playmusic.app.goo.gl/?ibi=com.google.PlayMusic&isi=691797987&ius=googleplaymusic&apn=com.google.android.music&link=https://play.google.com/music/m/Ioht3362q3s5ov4bqj4nigpf2xi?t%3DThe_FF_Faceoff%26pcampaignid%3DMKT-na-all-co-pr-mu-pod-16-------------------...
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What might it mean for humanity to reach a level of maturation to be able to confront the multilayered crises we now face—calling upon us to “grow up and show up” for ourselves and our planet? And how might recognizing the broader contexts that each of our generations were raised in help us to have more empathy when navigating our differences? Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti is a Brazilian educator and Indigenous and Land Rights advocate. She is a professor and Canada Research Chair in Race, Inequalities, and Global Change at the University of British Columbia, and she is one of the founders of the "Gesturing Towards Decolonial Futures Arts/Research Collective" and part of the coordination team of the "Last Warning" campaign. Vanessa is also the author of Hospicing Modernity: Facing Humanity's Wrongs and Implications for Social Activism. The song featured in this episode is Brown Leaves by Desmond White. Green Dreamer is a community-supported podcast and multimedia journal exploring our paths to collective healing, ecological regeneration, and true abundance and wellness for all. Find our show notes, transcripts, and newsletter at GreenDreamer.com. Support our show: GreenDreamer.com/support
Pastor David Smith continues studying Colossians, beginning in chapter 3. As baptized people of God, there are many implications for every part of our life especially the family. What is the role of husbands, wives, and children? God's Word has many insights. We will also look at the whole concept of slavery in the New Testament and how this was to play out for masters and slaves who were Christians.
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In this recent archive episode, Tom Rizzo talks about how playing it safe does not always equate to fulfillment. Recorded on 08/12/2021. If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining
Drew Campbell, senior editor of Institutional Investing in Infrastructure, reviews the federal infrastructure bill-related content contained in the forthcoming January edition of the magazine, as well as i3's recent Editorial Advisory Board meeting. (12/2021)
Welcome back to another edition of NFL University! Stephen Serda, Kyle Posey, and Justis Mosqueda discuss Aaron Rodger's comments earlier in the day when he met with the Green Bay media. The Jaguars have started making requests for possible head coach candidates across the league. The Chiefs looked like they were back against the Steelers and we're not sold there's a team that can really challenge them in the AFC. After being the last undefeated team in football the Arizona Cardinals are floundering down the stretch, we're collectively rooting for the Chargers to make the playoffs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Before Activision, California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) successfully stopped a private class action brought against Riot Games (League of Legends), from settling for a "mere" $10M. Now, the DFEH and California's Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) have realized a great victory from such efforts, as the game maker has agreed to settle instead for 10x that amount (as well as three years of additional agency scrutiny). But what may be even more interesting is that it all takes place in the shadow of a pending federal settlement for Activision Blizzard. They may be different cases, but they are not "leagues" apart...in Virtual Legality. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO AT: https://youtu.be/fCfayMcQJUI #Riot #California #Activision *** SUPPORT THE CHANNEL PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/VirtualLegality STREAMLABS - https://streamlabs.com/richardhoeg STORE - https://teespring.com/stores/hoeg-law-store *** CHAPTERS 00:00 Introduction 02:22 The Kotaku Article 06:53 A Private Action 09:11 California Intervenes 15:24 Riot's $100M Settlement (Washington Post) 24:10 Settlement Terms (Echoes of Activision) 31:53 Conclusion *** Discussed in this episode: "BREAKING NEWS..." Twitter Thread - December 27, 2021 - Shannon Liao https://twitter.com/Shannon_Liao/status/1475663471530455044 "Activision Under Fire: A Legal View" YouTube Playlist - Hoeg Law https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1zDCgJzZUy9PBxr5dNcoQLh2erIt2XrZ "Inside The Culture Of Sexism At Riot Games" Kotaku - August 7, 2018 https://kotaku.com/inside-the-culture-of-sexism-at-riot-games-1828165483 "THE LABOR CODE PRIVATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL ACT OF 2004" https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=LAB&division=2.&title=&part=13.&chapter=&article= "Women suing Riot Games may deserve $400 million, not $10 million, state regulator says" LA Times - January 21, 2020 https://www.latimes.com/business/technology/story/2020-01-21/riot-games-gender-discrimination-settlement "DFEH Files Request for Enforcement of Court Order Compelling Riot Games, Inc. to Send Notice to Workers about their Right to Speak with the Government" https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2021/08/Riot_PR2021-08-16.pdf DFEH Notices https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2021/08/Notice-of-Worker-Rights-DFEH-v.-Riot-Games-Inc..pdf https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2021/02/RIOTGamesNotice.pdf "Riot Games Gets Go-Ahead to Talk Settlement in Gender Bias Suit" Bloomberg Law - October 1, 2021 https://news.bloomberglaw.com/daily-labor-report/riot-games-gets-go-ahead-to-talk-settlement-in-gender-bias-suit "Riot Games agrees to pay $100 million in settlement of class-action gender discrimination lawsuit" Washington Post - December 27, 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/2021/12/27/riot-discrimination-100-million-settlement/ "Riot Games, Inc. Agrees to $100 Million Settlement and Systemic Reforms to Resolve Allegations of Workplace Sex Discrimination and Harassment" DFEH Press Release - December 27. 2021 https://www.dfeh.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2021/12/RiotGamesPR12.27.21.pdf *** "Virtual Legality" is a continuing series discussing the law, video games, software, and everything digital, hosted by Richard Hoeg, of the Hoeg Law Business Law Firm (Hoeg Law). CHECK OUT THE REST OF VIRTUAL LEGALITY HERE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1zDCgJzZUy9YAU61GoW-00K0TJOGnPCo DISCUSSION IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS LEGAL ADVICE. INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN THE LEGAL TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS VIDEO SHOULD CONSULT WITH THEIR OWN COUNSEL. *** Twitter: @hoeglaw Web: hoeglaw.com
Turkey is in the midst of a currency crisis. The Lira hit a new record low in December, trading about 15.5 lira to the US dollar. This compares to a year ago when the rate was about 7.5 lira to the dollar. In other words, the value of the currency had declined by about 50% in one year. Meanwhile, inflation is soaring -- at a current rate of more than 20%. On the line to explain the domestic and international implications of Turkey's tanking Lira is Sibel Oktay, associate professor and chair of the Political Science Department at the University of Illinois, Springfield, and a nonresident Senior Fellow of Public Opinion and Foreign Policy at The Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
After the Titans big win on TNF, the #1 overall seed is back in play. Buck breaks down the secnarios and what needs to happen for the Titans to overtake the #1 seed in the AFC. Plus, after calling his 100th career game, Coach Mac joins Buck in hour three talking Titans and what lies ahead of them in the rest of the regular season.
After the Titans big win on TNF, the #1 overall seed is back in play. Buck breaks down the secnarios and what needs to happen for the Titans to overtake the #1 seed in the AFC. Plus, after calling his 100th career game, Coach Mac joins Buck in hour three talking Titans and what lies ahead of them in the rest of the regular season.
Plenty of great games in Week 16, starting with 49ers-Titans Thursday night. Christmas day feature two more good ones, including a desperate Browns team that might be done without a win at Green Bay. Colts-Cardinals, Bills-Patriots and Ravens-Bengals highlight the first half of games this weekend. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Self-love and Non-judgement towards one's mistakes are critical factors when endeavoring to grow and become more. This is because the very nature of endeavoring to grow and become more requires us to do and be things we've never done or been before. This process inevitably a level of failure and the need for the ability to adjust. Being able to approach failure and short-comings on this journey with self love and non-judgement are key to continuing and adjusting because it reframes the rigor as not something inherently wrong with you but, as a necessary part the process. We've also seen and know from first hand experience that self love and non-judgement can be hard sometimes. Let's dive in.
2021 was a year of whiplash, of head fakes. We thought it would be a return to normal, to the way we lived before the pandemic and before our politics became completely insane. But over the second half of this past year, i think we've discovered that in many ways 2020 was the new normal. Covid is not going away. Neither is reality denial. We have to learn to live with both.Unconventional times call for a creative response and this episode is an example of trying to think deeply about our epistemic crisis. I talk with Michael McDonald who is part of something called the Bible Project. His official title is Chief Global Focus and Strategic Relationships Officer. I'm not aware of many other institutions like this one. It's based in Seattle and for the last couple years has been attempting to re-orient the way that Christians in America and around the world read and interpret their sacred text, the Bible. Why does this matter? And what relevance does it have for anyone who's not a Christian or for politics or culture? I expect that question would loom especially large for anyone who doesn't come from the world of conservative evangelicalism. Here is why I think it's important. I come from that world of evangelicalism in which the Bible functions as a sort of Rosetta Stone for all of life. It's not simply important or sacred. It's central. This is the case for tens of millions of Americans, maybe into the hundreds of millions. The Bible project is not seeking to displace or discard or degrade the importance of the Christian scriptures. But the founders of the project do have a critique of how modern Christians read and interpret the Bible, because they say the way this is done now is not actually faithful to the way Christianity historically has done it. In short, they are seeking to guide Christians into a high view of scripture that respects its form as a piece of literature that is situated on a particular context and is intended to steer its reader: toward wisdom, and away from a simplistic and reductionist view that seeks easy answers and lowers the need for actual faith. This has big implications for American public life. It is a long term project. I find it fascinating. I hope you do too. I hope that you have a great Christmas and a Happy New year.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/thelonggame. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Its Christmas week and the Boys get a Monday night recording in for your ear holes. We are high on our 5-1 Gambling Week as well as both our NFL teams winning on the same Sunday AGAIN! Also the Mets sign Buck Showalter as their Manager, and the Mets continue to win the off season. Remember to call into the BSV voicemail and have your Voicemail played on the show: 708.316.882 BS Voicemail #: 708-316-8822@Bingesportscastbingesportscast@gmail.com #bingemedia #podcastnetwork #bingeon CLICK ABOVE TO LISTEN NOW! Subscribe to Binge Cast on iTunes
In this episode of Life Matters, Commissioner Johnston examines the implications of the possible overturn of Roe v. Wade. Roe v. Wade prohibited all states from legally protecting children because it did not allow prosecution of abortionist doctors. Roe v. Wade was actually the combination of two conjoined decisions Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. In fact Roe v. Wade did not enforce a trimester system as commonly believed, because a powerful loophole exception was placed under Doe v. Bolton, allowing for abortion whenever the abortionist felt it might be appropriate for “health” reasons. Cases of health could include psychological emotional and sociological factors. If Roe v. Wade is overturned it will not outlaw a single abortion, it will merely allow the various states to once again ensure protection under the law for unborn children. Twenty-one states have already passed laws that will immediately take affect if Roe is overturned. But many states - California chief amongst them - will have to pass legislation to protect children once again. California will prove very difficult. Brian outlines that despite our current governor's commitment to unlimited abortion, and the state legislature's resolve to support abortion as a “choice“ there will be many things that local pro-lifers can do to impact their own community. If they exercise the civic process they can dramatically work to help limit the influence of the abortion industry in their towns and cities. Taking back state and congressional office will be determined by the local voters of a community. If they are working to elect school board and city council members, those same voters will also vote for Assembly, Senate and Congressional candidates. it is a trickle up principle of pro-life voting instead of trickle down. All politics is local. Pro-lifers must make a commitment to the civic process and that commitment begins in their own local community.
Bull & Fox talk about the playoff implications for the Browns in the matchup against the Raiders and the game plan for Cleveland in this game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BJ Armstrong and Tate Frazier huddle up for a special NBA Sunday conversation to discuss the impact of the shorthanded league, Kemba's big night in Boston, AD's injury and how it affects the Lakers future, plus BJ explains why SGA deserves some vets around him to have a chance to be a winner.
Everyone is talking about hybrid work, but there are some missing aspects to many of those conversations. In this episode, we discuss: - The phenomenon of hybrid work and the unfolding conversation - What critical considerations seem to be missing from that conversation - Implications for people, leaders, and organizations Links and Other Information The effects of remote work on collaboration among information workers: September 2021 article in Nature Human Behavior Making hybrid work human: research project All episodes of The Indigo Podcast Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
Everyone seems to be talking about “deconstructing” faith, but researcher Josh Packard says it's better to describe young people as “unbundling” faith. He joins Skye for a conversation about Springtide Research Institute's new report on the State of Religion and Young People, and why Gen Z has such a negative perception of the church and such an inflated view of themselves. Also this week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that could overturn Roe v. Wade. With some pro-life activists ecstatic, and pro-choice activists apoplectic, the Holy Post crew discusses what a post-Roe country could look like, how the pro-life movement could evolve, and what lessons we can learn from the era of Prohibition. Plus, the word “sorcery” was the fastest-growing search term on Bible Gateway in 2021. Should it have been “asininity”? News Segment 0:00 - Intro 3:26 - Fastest-growing search term on Bible Gateway https://religionnews.com/2021/12/02/why-sorcery-was-the-fastest-growing-search-term-on-bible-gateway-in-2021/ 14:23 - Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade https://www.baptistpress.com/resource-library/news/how-southern-baptists-became-pro-life/ 48:31 - Sponsors This episode is sponsored by Abide: http://abide.co/holypost Interview with Josh Packard Springtide Research Institute report: https://www.springtideresearch.org/research/the-state-of-religion-2021 49:36 - Intro 51:12 - Major findings from report 55:06 - Implications of unbundling 1:05:55 - Values gap 1:18:41 - Impact of religious communities on flourishing Other resources: www.wsj.com/articles/young-people-say-disconnect-keeps-them-from-church-11635163200
Matt and Brian breakdown the biggest stories from Week 14 Sunday. Urban Meyer has completely lost control in Jacksonville, why the Jaguars have not made a move... yet. Aaron Rodgers continues his dominance over the Bears, but Justin Fields gives Chicago hope. Injuries for Rodgers and Lamar Jackson. Two games with major playoff implications go into overtime with the 49ers and Buccaneers coming out on top. And MORE! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Is it possible to time your strength training in such a way that it doesn't affect your cycling training? Coach Chad dives deep into interference-effect and if it is worthy of concern, as well as a guide to training plans for KOMs of different durations, how training fatigue and freshness can mask adaptations and much more in Episode 341 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! -------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE 0:00 Intro 2:56 How to stop failing workouts 10:07 XTERRA World Championships 15:50 Deep dive on timing strength training and cycling 56:54 Rapid Fire questions 1:13:55 TrainerRoad's Polarized Training Plans 1:18:03 Guide to KOMs of different durations 1:25:25 Can you treat knee injuries while training? 1:36:42 How fatigue and freshness can mask adaptations -------------------------------------------- RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE - Evaluation of performance improvements following either resistance training or sprint interval based concurrent training - Development of Maximal Dynamic Strength During Concurrent Resistance and Endurance Training in Untrained, Moderately Trained, and Trained Individuals: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis - Effects of high-intensity interval cycling performed after resistance training on muscle strength and hypertrophy - Concurrent Training with Different Aerobic Exercises - Interference between Concurrent Resistance and Endurance Exercise: Molecular Bases and the Role of Individual Training Variables - Impact of low-volume concurrent strength training distribution on muscular adaptation - Using Molecular Biology to Maximize Concurrent Training - Decrease in Akt/PKB signalling in human skeletal muscle by resistance exercise - Skeletal muscle amino acid transporter expression is increased in young and older adults following resistance exercise - Resistance exercise enhances the molecular signaling of mitochondrial biogenesis induced by endurance exercise in human skeletal muscle - Concurrent Training for Sports Performance: The Two Sides of the Medal - The physiological effects of concurrent strength and endurance training sequence: A systematic review and meta-analysis - Concurrent exercise training: Do opposites distract? - Concurrent exercise and muscle protein synthesis: Implications for exercise countermeasures in space - Caloric restriction induces anabolic resistance to resistance exercise - Low muscle glycogen concentration does not suppress the anabolic response to resistance exercise - Resistance exercise enhances the molecular signaling of mitochondrial biogenesis induced by endurance exercise in human skeletal muscle - Interference of strength development by simultaneously training for strength and endurance -------------------------------------------- TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes get structured indoor workouts, science-backed training plans, and easy-to-use performance analysis tools to reach their goals. Get Started: https://bit.ly/3unoSnx Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW Build Your Custom Plan: https://bit.ly/3oR8sme Train Together with Group Workouts: https://bit.ly/3fkaYyd -------------------------------------------- LEARN MORE ABOUT ADAPTIVE TRAINING Adaptive Training Video: https://youtu.be/c15eVK29bj0 Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW How Adaptive Training Makes You Faster: https://bit.ly/2ZNfWLq -------------------------------------------- SUCCESSFUL ATHLETES PODCAST Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SAP -------------------------------------------- SCIENCE OF GETTING FASTER PODCAST Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SOGF -------------------------------------------- STAY IN TOUCH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad