When we experience division in the church, the first question we should ask is, “What are we boasting in?” As he continues in Romans 3, Pastor J.D. shows us in this message the three things we tend to boast in and why they contribute to conflict. When we understand that, while God only accepts those who are repentant, he also accepts repentant people from every background and race, only then will we have unity in God's family.
We often like the concept of diversity, as long as other people adapt to our customs and styles. But the gospel teaches us a different way. In this message, Pastor J.D. teaches from Romans 3, where we learn that, while there is only one way to salvation, God doesn't accept us because of anything about us but because of what he's done for us. This makes Christianity, as Tim Keller says, “the most inclusive exclusivity there is.”
In this episode of the Late Learner podcast, Alison Hare, a former corporate executive talks about her journey to explore her relationship with God through a year-long program called Re:new, with her mentor Marilyn O'Neill. They host Father Dennis Dorner, a young Catholic priest in Atlanta, to help answer tough questions about faith, Christianity, and hypocrisy in the church. The episode also features a list of the top five most beautiful churches in the world ranked by travel experts.Timestamps[00:03:09] Catholic traditions and the environment.[00:04:55] Unexpected path to priesthood.[00:07:45] Marginalization within the Catholic Church.[00:13:45] What is faith? [00:15:11] Fear of God[00:18:51] Marginalization and pridefulness.[00:22:33] Love and Homelessness.[00:25:39] Helping the homeless.[00:29:42] What is a good Christian?[00:32:51] Caring for each other.[00:39:44] Identity and self-discovery.[00:40:52] Gender identity and faith.[00:44:11] Gender affirming care importance.[00:47:57] Inclusivity in church.[00:51:29] Cultural Clash at a School.[00:54:16] Diversity in Gathering.[00:57:47] Teaching in College.[01:01:25] Learning and growing older.[01:07:33] Meat-free Fridays and the environment.Are you a mother and ready for a new chapter? Book a free exploratory call here.LINKS and resources mentioned:Father Dennis on Late Learner Podcast- EP12; Catholic Priest Breaking Convention and Building on LoveEP55: Father Dennis Living with Intention in a Time of CrisisFather Dennis Dorner, Jr on IGCatholic Shrine of the Immaculate ConceptionRe:New Mentorship through Buckhead ChurchThe Good STUFF (Surprisingly True Useful Fun Facts) Research Sources: #1: Top 5 Most Beautiful Churches in the World#2: Catholic tradition can help save our planetALLISON HARE'S LINKS:EFFECTIVE COLLECTIVE MOTHER MASTERMIND: Schedule a free exploratory call here.AllisonHare.com - Late Learner Podcast, personal journal and blog, danceInstagram - Steps to heal yourself, move society forward, and slinging memes and dancing (seriously, Allison is also a dance fitness instructor)Late Learner IGYouTube ChannelBlog - quick, way more personal, deeper topics - make sure to subscribeTikTok - documenting my journey one lo-fi video at a timeReb3l Dance Fitness - Try it at home! Free month with this link.Personal Brand - need help building yours? Schedule a call with me here and let's discuss.Feedback and Contact:: email@example.com
On this episode of The Internship Show, we speak with Rachel Davis from Eaton. Rachel talks about why having an inclusive mindset is important, how to practice inclusivity in the workplace and much more.
The Endo Babe Podcast: Endometriosis w/ Chelsea Bri
In today's episode, I outline 30 self care ideas that are inclusive of every stage of the healing journey- because no matter how bad you feel, you deserve to take care of yourself and show yourself love in whatever ways you can. I also go over our body's different stress responses, how to start feeling again after a long term state of stress response, and how our nervous systems can be integral to healing. ************************************************************ Support the podcast & shop The Crystal Aesthetic here! Follow the Endo Babe Podcast on IG here! Join the Moon Magic Community here- for my wild&witchy spoonies! Click here to join the Endo Babe email list Check out other freebies + the Endo Babe blog here! Join my FREE Endo Babe Support Group on FB --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/endobabepodcast/support
DateMay 14, 2023SynopsisThis week, with a whole lot of awkwardness, Brent shares about why hugs are good for you, why Peter might put on his clothes before jumping in the water, and the power of being seen, known, and loved.ReferencesScripture: John 21:1-19About The Local ChurchFor more information about The Local Church, visit our website. We're also posting good stuff on Facebook and Instagram, too. Feedback? Questions? Comments? We'd love to hear it. Email Brent at firstname.lastname@example.org.To invest in what God's doing through The Local Church and help support these podcasting efforts and this movement of God's love, give online here.
Join us for an incredible podcast episode with the CEO's of a life-changing company, Dapper Boi. Dapper Boi is a body-inclusive apparel line founded in 2015 by married couple, Vicky and Charisse Pasche. Listen as we deep dive into their brand and powerful products with the CEO's themselves. Coming Out Happy is the world's favorite queer wellness company, and we're your coaches Dani & Keely. We'll help you create healthy relationships through products, holistic education & queer community. Dive into this week's episode now! Website To Get Your Deck or Join Our Queer Happiness Collective Community: comingouthappy.com Instagram: @ComingOutHappy TikTok: @ComingOutHappyTeam Leave a review if you liked this episode! Thanks for listening :)
Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, activism and DEI work are actually extensions of one another. For us at #TeamIIP, we know that historically excluded or marginalized groups simply *can't* check their identities at the door when entering a professional workplace. To those we've spoken with and worked alongside, DEI is not just about fighting for equal opportunities in the workplace — it's about their lives and their livelihood. But that doesn't mean that implementing DEI policies (such as inclusive language) at work isn't without its complications. One one side, we've witnessed facing pushback over the years from those who think that the use of inclusive language is tone policing. On the other end of the spectrum, we've witnessed those who all too freely shame someone for their mistakes (sometimes fellow DEI practitioners) when the audience fails to meet an ever-evolving standard for inclusive language. Inspired by our 2020 episode with Michelle MiJung Kim, we revisit the idea of inclusive language three years on and discuss: What inclusive language is, what it is not, and who it ultimately benefits How implementing inclusive language can be done with intentionality (without gate-keeping or shaming others in the process) Why it's less about saying the “right thing” and more about respecting the nuances of identity that language brings Our take on how to guide inclusive language in 2023 for more equitable workplaces In This Episode: [7:41] The origin and evolution of the word “woke”. [12:42] What is inclusive language and why does it matter? [15:36] How are people responding to inclusive language guidelines? [31:49] How to be more inclusive in day-to-day communication. Links: email@example.com www.inclusioninprogress.com/podcast www.linkedin.com/company/inclusion-in-progress Download our 2023 Future of Work Culture whitepaper. Ready to renew your commitment to greater equity and inclusion? Get in touch today to learn more about working with us in 2023. Read our Forbes features on Ways to Support Employee Mental Wellbeing, What Self Care Looks Like For Us, and How to Create Effective Online Diversity Training. Learn how to leave a review for the podcast. Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this article, video or audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this article, video or audio. Inclusion in Progress disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of these links are for products and services offered by the podcast creator.
In this episode, we are joined by certified personal trainer and HAES aligned fitness expert, Kira Onysko. In this episode, we talk about: Kira's story with her relationship with food and bodyWhy using exercise for weight loss is ultimately not sustainableHow to move past using exercise to attempt weight lossGetting back into movement after healing from a disordered/ abusive relationship with movement.How to spot red flags in an exercise teacher or personal trainerWhat to do if you fear that you'll never intuitively crave movementHow to check your intentions behind movementConnect with Kira on Instagram @kiraonysko Visit Kira's website to learn more about her offeringsApply to The Embodied Method, my 1:1 coaching programJoin my self-paced course, The ReturnSubmit your question(s) here for chance to have it answered on an upcoming podcast episodeFollow me on Instagram for more intuitive eating content @leahkern.rdVisit my website to learn more about my coaching offeringsSubscribe to my weekly newsletter to get a nugget of intuitive eating inspiration delivered straight from my heart to your inbox each week.Email me: Leah@leahkernrd.com
From a father's determination to make a difference, Harper's Playground was born - a nonprofit that has revolutionized the world of inclusive playgrounds. Inclusion is important because every one of us has a gift to offer the community, and when we allow people to be marginalized and not included, we are missing out on the gift they could otherwise offer us as a community. G Cody QJ Goldberg is a passionate advocate for inclusive play spaces, with over 13 years of experience in designing and creating playgrounds that cater to every child's needs. As the co-founder of Harper's Playground, a nonprofit organization, Cody has been instrumental in bringing about change in the way playgrounds are designed and built. Having a child with a disability himself, Cody understands the importance of play in children's well-being and development, and he is dedicated to ensuring that everyone has access to play in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Get ready to be inspired by Cody's personal journey and his commitment to making the world a better place, one playground at a time. When Cody's daughter Harper, who has a disability, struggled to navigate through wood chips at a local park, Cody and his wife knew they had to do something about it. Starting a nonprofit called Harper's Playground, they embarked on a 13-year journey to create playgrounds that are not only accessible to all, but also immersed in nature's beauty. Their innovative design theory has now made a significant impact on children's well-being and development. Providing an unstructured, natural environment that caters to every ability level, these playgrounds encourage play and help children face fears, overcome challenges, and discover themselves. With projects all around the world, their dedication to inclusive play is inspiring and touching the lives of countless children and their families. In this episode, you will be able to: Learn about the significance of inclusive playgrounds for fostering children's growth and happiness. Gain insights into the personal connections that inspire a focus on accessibility and inclusive design. Investigate how incorporating adaptation and natural elements can enhance playground experiences for all. Recognize the power of community participation in advancing and sustaining inclusive causes. Get all the links, resources, and show notes here: https://wellnesscentercreators.com Sponsored by Jane App, Jane offers online booking, charting, scheduling, secure video and invoicing on one secure, beautifully designed system: https://jane.app/ Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it!
Have you ever found it hard to believe that people will invest big bucks in your photography? Maybe you've fallen into the trap of selling from your own wallet (thinking about what you would pay for something). And because of that, you've kept your prices low. Today I'm sharing what I learned about competing on price while staying in an all-inclusive resort in Mexico for a business event!! Hit play to hear my epiphany and what it means for your photography business! RESOURCES: WORTH EVERY PENNY JOYCAST SHOW NOTES: www.joyofmarketing.com/podcast/episode-158 CAMERA GIVEAWAY: Review this Joycast and enter to win a BRAND NEW camera! joyofmarketing.com/cameragiveaway SHOW TRANSCRIPT: https://bit.ly/42fvshz INSTAGRAM – DM Me “Pricing Rules” For a Copy of My 11 Rules for Pricing Boutique https://www.instagram.com/sarah.petty FREE COPY: NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLING BOOK FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS www.joyofmarketing.com/freebook FREE FACEBOOK GROUP: Join and get my free mini-class: How I earned $1,500 per client working 16 hours a week by becoming a boutique photographer. https://www.facebook.com/groups/ditchthedigitals YOUTUBE: Check out my latest how to videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/thejoyofmarketing
theGrio Daily, Michael Harriot
"Everybody is a person of color, white is a color." Michael Harriot explains why he doesn't like the term "people of color." It's a phrase we hear often these days, likely meant to be politically correct but in reality, it's centered around whiteness. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, we bring you an episode from Think Inclusive, a podcast that builds bridges between families, educators, and disability rights advocates to create a shared understanding of inclusive education and what inclusion looks like in the real world. The episode explores what Critical Race Theory is and what advocates for inclusive education need to know about the Anti-CRT movement. You'll hear from individuals with experience and expertise in CRT:King Williams, a filmmaker, and journalist in Atlanta, GAAlida Miranda-Wolff, a professional in the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging sector in Chicago, ILEddie Fergus, a professor at Temple UniversityPete Newlove, a doctoral student at the University of Colorado and current high school English teacher,Referenced in the episode:Cherokee Schools' would-be diversity administrator shares why she stepped down (Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News)Teacher Anti-CRT Bills Coast To Coast: A State By State Guide (Forbes)Plessy v. Ferguson (History.com)Conservative-led school board fires superintendent after allegations of private ultimatum, teacher protest (Washington Post)Gov. Kemp opposes 'Critical Race Theory' in letter to state board of education (11 Alive - Atlanta)State Education Board Passes Resolution On Teaching Race (Georgia Public Broadcasting)Teachers Say Laws Banning Critical Race Theory Are Putting A Chill On Their Lessons (NPR)
First Church Brooklyn - Sermon Audio
Fifth Sunday of Easter; Sermon based on Psalm 23:1-6 and Revelation 22:1-5. Preached at The First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn (https://linktr.ee/firstchurchbrooklyn). Podcast subscription is available at https://cutt.ly/fpcb-sermons or Apple Podcasts (https://itun.es/us/nxpHeb.c), Google Podcast....This item belongs to: audio/first-church-brooklyn-sermons.This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Item Tile, Metadata, PNG, Spectrogram, VBR MP3
DateMay 7, 2023SynopsisOn this Confirmation Sunday, Haley Capps offers her final message as a Duke intern and shares encouragement for what to do when you hit a bump in the roadReferencesScripture: 1 Peter 2:2–10About The Local ChurchFor more information about The Local Church, visit our website. We're also posting good stuff on Facebook and Instagram, too. Feedback? Questions? Comments? We'd love to hear it. Email Brent at firstname.lastname@example.org.To invest in what God's doing through The Local Church and help support these podcasting efforts and this movement of God's love, give online here.
Madison Avenue Baptist Church Podcasts
May 7, 2023
Do bats live close to my house? Why are they important? Do they have rabies? How can people help take care of urban wildlife? How can we involve more people in conservation and community science, particularly people from historically excluded groups? Come with me and Miguel Ordeñana to Griffith Park in Los Angeles, where we discuss all of this and so much more. Links: Bat Motherhood Benefits of Bats CDC Page on Human Rabies National Science Foundation STEM Diversity Report NHMLA's Community Science Projects LA Times article on lead removal project Jaguars and Obsession for Men My website is goldenstatenaturalist.com Merch You can find me @goldenstatenaturalist on Instagram and TikTok The theme song is called "i dunno" by grapes, and you can find it here.
It's twelve months since Dr Rosemarie Mallett was appointed Bishop of Croydon. In this interview with Premier Christianity's Megan Cornwell, Dr Mallett describes her early life growing up in Barbados and subsequent experiences of racism when she moved to the UK at the age of seven. "It was pointed out to me that my colour was a problem, because I was black." With her wider family also experiencing prejudice, Rosemarie became more politically aware and involved in fighting for racial justice. In discussing her Christian faith and decision to become ordained, she also shares her struggle with the Church of England as an institution, due to its history of involvement in colonialism, imperialism, and chattel slavery. Ultimately, she decided to play a role in repairing the breach and contributing to a more just and inclusive church. Speaking ahead of the 75th anniversary of Windrush, Rosemarie also reflects on the resilience and contributions of those who came to the UK with hope and expectation, despite facing racism and marginalisation. She acknowledges that there is still work to be done in addressing the ongoing injustices faced by this generation and their descendants. Premier Christianity will soon be publishing a special edition which marks the Windrush 75 anniversary. Subscribe for half price at premierchristianity.com/subscribe
What began as a hobby has now become a major achievement for one young figure skater from Sydney. Catherine Quach has just returned from the Inclusive Skating World Championships in Scotland with two gold medals.
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Julie Strommen from Andersen Corp joined Jason to talk about how her company is taking concrete steps to make their workplace more accessible for a diverse workforce.
The Social Change Career Podcast
Summary On Episode 7 of Season 10 of The Social Change Career Podcast, host Craig Zellzer interviews data policy curation expert, Karla Yee Amezaga. Karla sheds light on the importance of ethical use of technology and handling data, potential harms associated with AI and machine learning technologies, and the future direction of data governance towards better regulation and alignment. The discussion also delves into how organizations may rely on indicators and deliverables to please donors, but they should instead focus on contextual elements and human connections. The podcast also touches on the importance of self-sovereign identity, cross-border data flows, and the need to prioritize equity and inclusion in government services. Tune in to learn about Karla's professional journey, her current role at the World Economic Forum, and the practical applications of her work. Don't forget to share and rate the Social Change Career Podcast on your favorite platforms. Key Topics and Bullets Topics covered in the podcast episode: Ethics and responsible use of technology- Growing concerns about AI and machine learning technologies- Future direction of data governance towards better regulation and alignment across governments- Potential for proactive service delivery by government through the use of data- Opportunities for better insights through multiple data sources like satellites and IoT devices Career path and skills development- Karla's background in data collection and analysis for community needs- Importance of qualitative skills for conveying insights- Work experience in organizations like the World Bank and Interamerican Development Bank- Current role at the World Economic Forum promoting responsible use of technologies- Importance of contextual elements in addition to indicators for measuring success- Networking challenges for people from certain cultures- Tips for improving networking skills and reverse engineering an ideal job in international development- Value of speaking a second language and being flexible to travel- Need to always check sources and cite them when sharing information- Importance of strengthening statistical systems in countries Decentralized data sharing and personal data ownership - Self-sovereign identity and personal data ownership- World Economic Forum's promotion of cross-border data flows- Data free flow with trust framework for secure and trustworthy data flow- Examples of decentralized data sharing models- Data intermediaries for individuals with low levels of data literacy- Importance of sharing insights instead of raw data Skills for working with data and technology- Empathy as a key skill in dealing with data and technology- Importance of understanding basic coding- Translating data into valuable insights for different audiences- Experience with governments on modernizing the state through digital transformation- Importance of responsible and user-centered design- Identifying potential risks and benefits of implementing technologies in government- Ensuring equity and inclusion in digital and data services PCDN.global News Check out previous Seasons & Episodes of our Award-Winning Social Change Career Podcast. Become a member of the PCDN Career Campus to get daily access (to job opportunities) community (network with other impact professionals); learning with sector-experts and exclusive workshops as well as weekly office hours. Basically a cup of coffee or two for a 24/7 career center for impact professionals.
99Vidas - Nostalgia e Videogames
Jurandir Filho, Felipe Mesquita, Evandro de Freitas e Bruno Carvalho batem um papo sobre uma das empresas mais importantes dos games. Se você é um fã de jogos de videogame, provavelmente já ouviu falar da Squaresoft! Essa desenvolvedora japonesa é responsável por criar alguns dos jogos mais icônicos e amados da história dos videogames, como Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, Parasite Eve e Kingdom Hearts. Se você quer saber mais sobre a história dessas empresas lendárias, recomendamos que você escute um podcast dedicado a história dessa empresa. Inclusive falamos sobre a fusão com a Enix, que transformou o nome da empresa em Square Enix. Como tudo começou? O podcast vai te levar por uma jornada através da história da Squaresoft e Square Enix, desde o início humilde até o seu status atual como uma das principais empresas de jogos do mundo. Você vai aprender sobre as histórias por trás dos jogos mais famosos da empresa, bem como a história da própria empresa e seus principais líderes. Essa é mais uma edição do Grandes Empresas!
Impact Boom Podcast - Social Enterprise & Design
On Episode 390 of Impact Boom, Dr. Janice Rieger of the Queensland University of Technology discusses how built environments have historically excluded diverse communities from accessing them, and the opportunity this creates to critically analyse and redesign the world we live in. If you are a changemaker wanting to learn actionable steps to grow your organisations or level up your impact, don't miss out on this episode! See our website for the interview transcript and links to the initiatives and resources mentioned throughout the podcast. If you enjoyed this episode, then check out episode 297 with Vanessa Steele on creating disability employment through profit for purpose businesses -> https://bit.ly/44zL0yu The team who made this episode happen were: Host: Indio Myles Guest: Dr. Janice Rieger We invite you to join our community on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram to stay up to date on the latest social innovation news and resources to help you turn ideas into impact. You'll also find us on all the major podcast streaming platforms, where you can also leave a review and provide feedback.
In episode 407, Jazzmine Woodard teaches us about DEI (diversity, equality and inclusion) and how to create inclusive content in our niche to make as many people as possible feel included and valued. Jazzmine has balanced growing her food and travel blog, Dash of Jazz, with a corporate career in DEI for the last 8 years. In this time, Jazzmine has learned how to be inclusive in her content approach without alienating her niche audience. She has also cultivated an audience that engages with both food and travel content. In this episode, learn about DEI and how to avoid alienating your readers. Jazzmine discusses how we can position ourselves as teachers while respecting our readers' different tastes and making our content as accessible as possible. - Respect your readers' differences (i.e. in opinion and taste). - Using captions on social media videos and alt text. - Does each person have equal opportunity to enjoy your content? - People who do feel included, really feel included by the extra measures we take. - How can you make your links more inclusive? - Be aware of the language you use to describe your recipes. - How to be culturally aware on your blog. - Provide as much information as possible for recipes. Connect with Jazzmine Woodard Website | Instagram
Have you ever considered visiting an all-inclusive resort with your family, but you're not sure if it would be a good fit? This week we'll talk all about the pros and cons of taking a vacation to an all-inclusive.
Technology innovation in people and HRtech may only reach about 60% of our community. Today we're questioning that, asking how we bring the everyone with us, and question the tension between innovation and integration. Again we go back to Unleash America, this time with Caitlin Motley, Talent and Development Director for Africa, Eurasia and the Middle East at Coca-Cola, and Lydia Wu, Panasonic's Senior Director for People, Talent and Operations in North America.
A Neurodivergent Rebel's Ramblings
These “disability hiring initiatives” often put those they're supposed to serve on display, so organizations can look good by “offering jobs to people with disabilities,” but often leave us behind. This episode is also available as a blog post: https://neurodivergentrebel.com/2023/04/27/the-future-is-inclusive-by-design-asking-businesses-and-organizations-to-do-more-when-considering-neurodiversity-universal-design-and-inclusion-because-it-benefits-everyone/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/neurodivergentrebel/support
Shayla Atkins is an award-winning leadership and business strategist, global DEI consultant, and international keynote speaker. With nearly 20 years of corporate experience as a human resource executive, Shayla is passionate about cultivating diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace cultures. As CEO and Founder of The Atkins Impact Consulting Firm and creator of the Solo 2 CEO Academy, Shayla guides women of color leaders and entrepreneurs to build and grow authentic, profitable, and sustainable careers and businesses leveraging authenticity as their competitive advantage. Shayla is a leading authority in global DEI strategies, frameworks, and initiatives, and has been recognized for her leadership, commitment, and contributions to her community and the next generation. Shayla Atkins Links: Website: www.theatkinsimpact.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shayla-n-atkins/ PODCAST INFO: Podcast website: https://www.womleadmag.com/podcast/ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3YJHMoy Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2GkmpVInAQR7Fgco0pUa1B RSS: https://feeds.libsyn.com/409442/rss YouTube: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYDpQX16k5Uh7G7PFjMjZ8KimqoOpFF-t CONNECT: - YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/WomELLE - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/womelle - Twitter: https://twitter.com/womelle - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womelle - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realwomelle/ OUTLINE: 1:15 - With almost two decades of corporate experience as a human resource executive, Shayla Atkins shares how she got into HR. 4:08 - Shayla Atkins delves into the origins of The Atkins Impact Consulting Firm, her expertise in global DEI strategies, frameworks, and initiatives. 8:43 - Authenticity is a crucial aspect of leadership development, and Shayla Atkins highlights its importance as a competitive advantage. 12:37 - Code-switching is a common occurrence in corporate America, and Shayla Atkins explains how it affects workplace cultures. 13:46 - Shayla Atkins emphasizes the significance of being authentic in leadership and business and all aspects of life. 18:34 - Shayla Atkins explains how women of color leaders and entrepreneurs can join her Solo 2 CEO Academy program. 23:11 - Shayla Atkins shares insights into what women can expect to gain from her book. 25:10 - Leadership can be taught with various skills and strategies, according to Shayla Atkins. 30:19 - Drawing on her experience as a business strategist and consultant, Shayla Atkins offers advice for women who are starting their own business.
On this episode of Virtual Coffee, I chatted with Aaron Hendrick, the Founder and Owner of Noraa Pickleball. Aaron sells pickleball paddles for those who are new to the sport all the way to those who are pros. We discuss his passion for the sport, and how he believes pickleball is a great sport for anyone to get into. Be sure to check out Noraa Pickleball, and happy listening! Noraa Pickleball's Instagram ----more---- ☕️ Instagram & Facebook: @virtualcoffeepodcast ☕️ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ☕️ Linktree ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Don't forget to leave a rating & review for Virtual Coffee! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Music: Blippy Trance by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5759-blippy-trance License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Embrace growth & change through courageous conversations!
68: Today we're chatting with the founders of COVRY, an inclusive eyewear brand with a focus on comfort and design. I'm personally obsessed with their Asian-fit sunglasses and have been wearing them all the time—it's been a gamechanger! Athina Wang and Florence Shin met in high school and have been close friends throughout their journey in the fashion industry. Frustrated by the lack of comfortable options for diverse face shapes, they teamed up to create an innovative approach to fit and design. In our conversation, we chat about: How they identified and confirmed a need in the market (even though some told them their market would be too small) What goes into creating a product-based business? The journey from concept to actually launching product, plus some surprises along the way How they launched their Kickstarter campaign and the one thing that helped them make it a success and surpass their fundraising goal We'd love it if you shared this episode! Snap a screenshot and tag us in an Insta story, @wtfab and @shopcovry. Quick Links from the Episode: Shop Covry / @shopcovry Amex Gold: American Express Gold referral link - Get 90,000 bonus points when you sign up! Flodesk: Try Flodesk for free Nuuly: Get $10 off your first Nuuly rental here
Does the idea of all-you-can-eat buffet stress you out? Do you love traveling and vacationing but feel like diet culture steals the joy from these experiences? In this episode, Julie (RD + Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor with Find Food Freedom®) and Sammy talk through how enjoyable vacations can be as an intuitive eater and some simple tips to help get you there! Follow Find Food Freedom®: Instagram: @find.food.freedom TikTok: @findfoodfreedom Website:https://find-foodfreedom.com/ Join the FFF Membership and you can use code 'IWANTFOODFREEDOM' for 3 months free, join here: https://www.findfoodfreedommembership.com For more food freedom resources visit: https://www.findfoodfreedomresources.com & don't forget to grab your free gift!
In this week's episode, Bernadette Smith joins us. She is the founder and CEO of Equality Institute and the award-winning author of four books, including the bestseller Inclusive 360: Proven Solutions for an Equitable Organization.Bernadette has been named one of Chicago's Notable LGBTQ Executives by Crain's Chicago Business and hosts the weekly podcast 5 Things in 15 Minutes: Bringing Good Vibes to DEI. Bernadette likes to begin working with companies by setting up a series of quick wins. She begins by looking at the business as a whole, and looking at all processes around HR, choosing suppliers, creating marketing campaigns, and developing products. That way steps can be added to check for diversity, equity, and inclusion in each process. She argues that it takes no additional time to be inclusive. “Right now here in the U.S., many states are making it very hard to exist as a transgender human. I would just encourage folks to reach out to people in the community, especially trans folks. Let them know that you have their back and you're there to support them and love them.” Bernadette shares. Tune in to listen, and let us know what insights you gained from this episode. Please support the Trans Justice Funding Project here.Resources: Listen to Bernadette's podcast here. Bernadette's book Inclusive 360 can be found here.LinkedinWebsiteLaTonya Wilkins' book Leading Below the Surface
David Dylan Thomas is the author of Design for Cognitive Bias and the creator and host of the Cognitive Bias podcast. Dave has consulted with major clients in entertainment, healthcare, publishing, finance, and retail. As the founder and CEO of David Dylan Thomas, LLC, he offers workshops and presentations on inclusive design and the role of bias in making decisions. We talk about cognitive bias, ethics, and dreaming the future of design. Listen to learn about: How cognitive biases affect the way we think and design Inclusive design David's Assumption Audit How participatory design shifts power Why businesses can struggle with ethics Where should we go in the future of design? Our Guest David Dylan Thomas, author of Design for Cognitive Bias, creator and host of The Cognitive Bias Podcast, and a twenty-year practitioner of content strategy and UX, has consulted major clients in entertainment, healthcare, publishing, finance, and retail. As the founder and CEO of David Dylan Thomas, LLC he offers workshops and presentations on inclusive design and the role of bias in making decisions. He has presented at TEDNYC, SXSW Interactive, Confab, Button, An Event Apart, UX Copenhagen, UX Days Tokyo, and more on topics at the intersection of bias, design, and social justice. Show Highlights [01:51] How Iris Bohnet's talk, What Works: Gender Equality By Design helped David connect his work in UX/content strategy with cognitive bias. [02:28] The role of pattern recognition in racial and gender discrimination. [03:20] How David started learning about cognitive biases and starting the Cognitive Bias podcast. [03:59] Writing a book, and shifting his consulting into inclusive design and designing for cognitive bias. [05:37] Why it's important for designers to slow down and take time to think about how cognitive biases may be affecting the design decisions they are making. [07:29] David's advice for those wanting to start to learn about cognitive bias and inclusive design. [07:47] Using what you value most as a north star when designing. [08:40] David's “assumption audit” five-question exercise to do before starting a project. [10:56] Two places where a lot of people struggle when it comes to inclusive design. [13:18] Giving a voice and power to the people you are designing for. [15:17] Dawan mentions the fear of starting, and the need for discomfort training. [15:42] David mentions Mike Monteiro, who talks about needing to be able to wrestle with your discomfort. [18:33] A look at the problems with, and ethics of, collecting personal data. [19:33] It's always best to think about inclusivity and cognitive biases as early as possible in a project, but at least before you take an expensive step. [21:21] David offers a great question for an applicant to ask in a job interview. [23:26] Facebook's natural engagement graph, and why businesses can struggle with ethics. [28:29] How people approach design research and ethics is changing. [28:44] Participatory design's power map. [29:43] Looking at the city of Philadelphia's work with the Office of Homeless Services. [31:46] Connecting the locus of power to the locus of insight. [32:35] David talks about how to get leadership buy-in to what you're designing. [36:14] How much of what we're using today should we take into the future of design? [38:26] Envisioning a world outside of ownership. [39:34] Designing for sharing. [41:22] Resources David recommends for people wanting to learn more. [41:57] We can design something better for the future. Links David on Twitter David on LinkedIn David's website Design for cognitive bias: Using mental shortcuts for good instead of evil, presentation for UX New Zealand 2020 The Cognitive Bias podcast Design x David Dylan Thomas interview on DxU The Content Strategy Podcast Ep 48: David Dylan Thomas - Understanding design, content and bias Iris Bohnet | What Works: Gender Equality by Design | SXSW Interactive 2016 Project Inkblot Weekly Fluctuations in Risk Tolerance and Voting Behaviour, by J.G. Sanders and Rob Jenkins Báyò Akómoláfé Book Recommendations Design for Cognitive Bias, by David Dylan Thomas Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants, by Robin Wall Kimmerer The Half Has Never Been Told, by Edward E. Baptist Other Design Thinking 101 Episodes You Might Like Designing with Government Partners + Hidden Design Phases with Chelsea Mauldin — DT101 E98 Design for Good + Gut Checks + Seeing Power with George Aye — DT101 E50 Designing for Behavior Change + Gameful Design with Dustin DiTommaso — DT101 E28
Our guest is Zan Chandler who is an Adjunct Professor at OCAD University in Toronto, Canada and is also Foresight analyst & educator. She is a Board Member at the Association of Professional Futurists. A member of Global Foresight Advisory Council for TFSX. Zan helps clients, learners and mentees to understand the nature and implications of change and discover ways thrive in the face of complexity and he/she is preoccupied by many questions: how do we do this work in ways that centre the marginalized and responds compassionately to those who live with trauma?
See the Human first ~ Could your salon be more inclusive? Keri Blue is a barber & short hair specialist, who was inspired to learn to cut hair after being refused service at a barber shop in Brighton.She found the whole experience so shocking and embarrassing, that this led her to join learn to cut hair, to ensure that other people could have a more positive experience.She now works hard to educate others within the industry to help them and their businesses be more inclusive to all LGBTQIA+ people.Keri is all about challenging stereotypes, and unpicking social constructs, gently suggesting how we can make small changes to be more inclusive,We discuss how the journey to your salon begins far before a client sits in your chair, and what you can do to show that you are Trans and non- binary friendly. We also look at the benefits of hourly pricing and gender neutral pricing.Connect With Keri:InstagramHuman first Connect with Hair therapy: Facebook Instagram Twitter Clubhouse- @Hair.Therapy Donate towards the podcast Start your own podcastHair & Scalp Salon Specialist Course ~ Book now to become an expert! Get 15% off all Tony Maleedy products! Click Here and use code HAIRTHERAPYUK
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Speaker: Albert Lim, Scripture Reading: Deut. 8:7-10; 12:6-7, 11-12, 18, Subject: KNOWING, EXPERIENCING, AND LIVING THE ALL-INCLUSIVE CHRIST FOR THE GENUINE CHURCH LIFE. Source: Paris, France.
Explore the ins and outs of safe spaces with Jamey, Liz, and guest host Christopher Rivas. They discuss striking the right balance between creating communities that provide a sense of belonging, while fostering growth and resilience (2:30). How do we value diverse voices and avoid the pitfalls of echo chambers that stifle progress (00:00)? By looking at the impact of online algorithms (34:13) and the need for accountability (43:30), we encourage listeners to take an active role in building (39:52) and participating in empowering communities that foster growth and positive change.New episodes every Monday
In this four-part series, Sigalle covers insights from NALP's 2023 Annual Education Conference (AEC) in Vancouver, B.C. In episode one, Sigalle interviews Melissa McGonigal Berry, Director of Attorney Development at Perkins Coie, a leading international law firm that is known for providing high-value, strategic solutions and extraordinary client service with more than 1,200 lawyers in offices across the United States and Asia. Visit https://www.perkinscoie.com to learn more. National Association for Law Placement (NALP) is an association of over 2,500 legal career professionals who advise law students, lawyers, law offices, and law schools in North America and beyond. Visit https://www.nalp.org to learn more.
Bodies aren't moderated equally on the internet. Content moderation efforts, especially those at large, mainstream platforms, can suffer from policy-based bias that results in moderation centering a cisgender gaze. This reinforcing of heteronormativity can leave some of your most vulnerable community members – and potential community members – feeling alienated, ostracized, and simply unwelcome. Last year, in her role as CX escalations supervisor at Grindr, Vanity Brown co-authored a whitepaper, Best Practices for Gender-Inclusive Content Moderation. Insightful, with a straight forward approach to making content moderation just a bit better, I found that it was also a validation of good, thoughtful moderation that has been going on for a long time. Vanity joins the show to talk about these efforts, which are tempered by a realistic acknowledgement of the limitations of this work, and how our need to be in other places (like app stores) can often slow down the progress we'd like to make. We also discuss: Why it's not our job to guess the gender of our members The state of AI trust and safety tools ChatGPT, Midjourney, and how much to worry about them Big Quotes How bodies are moderated differently online (2:16): “We want folks to express themselves and their sexuality joyfully, without judgment. Of course, without any harm. But what does that look like? … There traditionally are [community] guidelines for females and guidelines for males, but the world is changing and folks are becoming more in tune with who they are, and we want to be able to treat them equally and let folks, especially I emphasize our trans users, who are uploading photos … and if they are showing the top, then they're considered a woman if they have female-presenting breasts versus male. There are just a lot of nuances there that we saw as we were moderating content from a community who is very fluid with their gender expression.” -Vanity Brown When do kinks create a moderation issue? (6:38): “[Kinks vs. crimes get] sticky when the kink looks like a crime. … Everything is about sex and kinks at Grindr. With this mass of kinky stuff, which of these things are harmful? I often echo that, in my work, I'm always driven … to do no harm. At the end of the day, are we harming someone? … Do we have a responsibility to protect them and keep them safe? As we continue to build trust with the community, we have to realize that folks are adults, too.” -Vanity Brown Empathy sits at the core of good moderation (14:38): “If you can't be empathetic for the things you are not … then you're not really doing good thoughtful community moderation, trust and safety work. … Ultimately, if you want to be truly great at this work, you have to protect the people who aren't you.” -Patrick O'Keefe What can community pros learn from dating apps? (24:23): “[Community, moderation, trust, and safety pros] can learn from dating apps on the level of how personal and sensitive dating apps are in the content you're sending back and forth. Folks using dating apps, a lot of times their heartstrings are attached, and their heartstrings are attached on a dating app, but not necessarily Amazon or shopping at Macy's. … It's just important to look at folks with a microscope and treat them with kindness as those in dating apps hopefully are doing when they're handling their customers.” -Vanity Brown About Vanity Brown Vanity Brown is the CX escalations supervisor for Grindr, where she has worked in trust and safety for over 2 years, following more than 7 years at eHarmony. Vanity manages an escalations team of specialists devoted to handling the most complex cases that come through Grindr's support channels. Related Links Vanity on LinkedIn Grindr, where Vanity is CX escalations supervisor Best Practices for Gender-Inclusive Content Moderation whitepaper, co-authored by Alice Hunsberger, Vanity, and Lily Galib, which I found via Juliet Shen Grindr's community guidelines OpenAI's efforts to identify AI-generated text, which were only able to identify “likely” AI-written text 26% of the time, a bit more than the approximately 10% I mentioned during the show Love Light Community, a youth choir founded by Vanity, dedicated to “enriching the lives of youth and families in underserved communities through the transforming power of music and the arts” Love Light Community on Instagram Transcript View transcript on our website Your Thoughts If you have any thoughts on this episode that you'd like to share, please leave me a comment or send me an email. If you enjoy the show, we would be so grateful if you spread the word and supported Community Signal on Patreon.
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Fourth Sunday of Easter; Sermon based on Jonah 4:5-10 and John 20:24-29. Preached at The First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn (https://linktr.ee/firstchurchbrooklyn). Podcast subscription is available at https://cutt.ly/fpcb-sermons or Apple Podcasts (https://itun.es/us/nxpHeb.c), Google Podcasts, ....This item belongs to: audio/first-church-brooklyn-sermons.This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Item Tile, Metadata, PNG, Spectrogram, VBR MP3
Longtime friends and Founders of Beer City Dog Biscuits, Suzanne Wilcox and Leslie Hooker found themselves having several things in common: a love for dogs, beer, and their sons, both of whom have developmental disabilities. Suzanne and Leslie join Janice to shed light on their nonprofit 501(c)3 that provides an assortment of jobs for people with disabilities from baking, labeling, packing, and processing orders of dog treats made from recycled spent grains. Susan and Leslie share that their hope for Beer City Dog Biscuits is to give their sons, along with other disabled people, independent and fulfilling lives. Tell Janice who made your Dean's List! Follow Janice on Twitter: @janicedean Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
DateApril 30, 2023SynopsisThis week, friend of The Local Church, Meg Greto, continues our Embrace the Awkward series with the thrilling conclusion of the Road to Emmaus, pointing out the slow pace of love.ReferencesScripture: Luke 24:27–35About The Local ChurchFor more information about The Local Church, visit our website. We're also posting good stuff on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, too. Feedback? Questions? Comments? We'd love to hear it. Email Brent at email@example.com.To invest in what God's doing through The Local Church and help support these podcasting efforts and this movement of God's love, give online here.
Chaitanya Charan, a prolific author and speaker on Bhakti and Bhagavad-gita speaks with Kaustubha on two ends of a spectrum in spiritual practice - immersive/world-rejecting on one end, and inclusive/world affirming on the other, and the need to find the right balance. https://www.thespiritualscientist.com https://gitadaily.com
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Professor Orly Lobel discusses her book "The Equality Machine" and how to use AI to harness a brighter, more inclusive future. Orly is a renowned tech policy scholar and the Director of the Center for Employment and Labor Policy at the University of San Diego. She is a member of the American Law Institute, a former Israeli military data analyst, and Supreme Court clerk. Why should we be optimistic about AI's future? Listen here to find out. Host, Kevin Craine Do you want to be a guest?