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Food Heaven Podcast
Are You Expecting? Here's Why You Need a Birth Doula

Food Heaven Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 44:52


Have you ever heard of a Doula? A midwife? Wondered what the difference is? Today we chat with our longtime friend Myriam Webb. She's a Registered Dietitian, Doula, Business Owner and soon to be Registered Nurse with a passion for helping women of color in her community (basically, she's a superhero). This episode is packed with details about her job as a doula, her advice for birth persons during their pregnancy, the issues with our healthcare system and its adverse effects on BIPOC, pelvic floor health and MORE!  In This Episode We'll Cover: The differences between a doula and a midwife  The Medical Industrial Complex Nutrition during pregnancy  Institutional racism and its effect on maternal health The process of creating a birth plan Pelvic floor health & MORE! 3 Ways You Can Support This Podcast: Rate Review • Support our sponsors using our unique ‘HOOKUP' codes below HOOKUP CODES:  For 20% off your first sip, go to www.drinkghia.com and use code 'FOODHEAVEN' at checkout.  Ritual is offering our listeners 10% off your first three months. Visit Ritual.com/FOODHEAVEN For our resources and shownotes, visit foodheavenmadeeasy.com/podcast. ________ Resources:  Website Instagram Newsletter All FoodHeaven listeners can get 50% off your initial enrollment for Myriam's webinar series! Sign up via douliciousnutrition@gmail.com and let her know you are a listener!  Produced by Dear Media

Returns on Investment
Institutional Shift: 'Net-zero' becomes 'uh-oh' and other sustainability trends to watch in 2022

Returns on Investment

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 36:05


Dave Chen of Equilibrium Capital joins David Bank for our annual Institutional Shift look-ahead. For more coverage head on over to impactalpha.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/impact-alpha/message

80,000 Hours Podcast with Rob Wiblin
#43 Classic episode - Daniel Ellsberg on the institutional insanity that maintains nuclear doomsday machines

80,000 Hours Podcast with Rob Wiblin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 155:27


Rebroadcast: this episode was originally released in September 2018.In Stanley Kubrick's iconic film Dr. Strangelove, the American president is informed that the Soviet Union has created a secret deterrence system which will automatically wipe out humanity upon detection of a single nuclear explosion in Russia. With US bombs heading towards the USSR and unable to be recalled, Dr Strangelove points out that "the whole point of this Doomsday Machine is lost if you keep it a secret ? why didn't you tell the world, eh?" The Soviet ambassador replies that it was to be announced at the Party Congress the following Monday: "The Premier loves surprises". Daniel Ellsberg - leaker of the Pentagon Papers which helped end the Vietnam War and Nixon presidency - claims in his book The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner that Dr. Strangelove might as well be a documentary. After attending the film in Washington DC in 1964, he and a colleague wondered how so many details of their nuclear planning had leaked. Links to learn more, summary and full transcript. The USSR did in fact develop a doomsday machine, Dead Hand, which probably remains active today. If the system can't contact military leaders, it checks for signs of a nuclear strike, and if it detects them, automatically launches all remaining Soviet weapons at targets across the northern hemisphere. As in the film, the Soviet Union long kept Dead Hand completely secret, eliminating any strategic benefit, and rendering it a pointless menace to humanity. You might think the United States would have a more sensible nuclear launch policy. You'd be wrong. As Ellsberg explains, based on first-hand experience as a nuclear war planner in the 50s, that the notion that only the president is able to authorize the use of US nuclear weapons is a carefully cultivated myth. The authority to launch nuclear weapons is delegated alarmingly far down the chain of command ? significantly raising the chance that a lone wolf or communication breakdown could trigger a nuclear catastrophe. The whole justification for this is to defend against a 'decapitating attack', where a first strike on Washington disables the ability of the US hierarchy to retaliate. In a moment of crisis, the Russians might view this as their best hope of survival. Ostensibly, this delegation removes Russia's temptation to attempt a decapitating attack ? the US can retaliate even if its leadership is destroyed. This strategy only works, though, if the tell the enemy you've done it. Instead, since the 50s this delegation has been one of the United States most closely guarded secrets, eliminating its strategic benefit, and rendering it another pointless menace to humanity. Strategically, the setup is stupid. Ethically, it is monstrous. So ? how was such a system built? Why does it remain to this day? And how might we shrink our nuclear arsenals to the point they don't risk the destruction of civilization? Daniel explores these questions eloquently and urgently in his book. Today we cover: * Why full di

Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow Hosted by Kevin Bupp.
#358: Net-lease Properties, Block Chain, and so much more!- with Michael Flight

Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow Hosted by Kevin Bupp.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 45:12


Michael is a 34-year commercial real estate veteran with a proven track record that consists of over $600M+ real estate transactions. He's a widely known industry expert on Retail Real Estate and Net Lease properties.  Michael's investment interests have run the gamut and have included Institutional partnerships, insurance companies, family offices, hedge funds, and foreign investment funds.  Lastly, Michael is a published author and the co-host of the “nothing but net” podcast.   Quote: “A net-lease property is also known as a triple net property, and it's also known as nnn or net-net-net property…the tenant pays not only rent, but the tenant also pays for the taxes, the tenant pays for the insurance, and for the maintenance.” “One of the reasons why we named the podcast ‘Nothing But Net' is because if you own a triple net property or a net lease property you get nothing but net income…they're probably the most passive type of real estate investments you can own.” Highlights: 01:55 - Michael tells listeners more about his background in real estate. 04:25 - Michael shares what a net-lease property is. 06:52 - Michael discusses the important aspects when evaluating good and bad deals. 11:01 - Michael talks about locations and acquisitions. 15:07 - Michael provides insight into the risks of net-lease investments. 19:45 - Michael touches on malls as net-lease investments. 23:50 - Michael explains the debt in retail for lenders during the pandemic. 25:43 - Michael talks about cap rates in his market. 32:55 - Michael dives into his fund and block chain technology. 41:55 - Michael answers Kevin's golden nugget question. Guest Website: https://libertyfund.io/ https://blockchainrealestatesummit.com/ https://michaeljflight.com/ Recommended Resources:  Check out our company and our investment opportunity by visiting www.SunriseCapitalInvestors.com  Self Directed IRA Investment Opportunity –  Click Here To Learn More About How You Can Invest With Us Through Your SDIRA  Accredited Investors  Click Here  to learn more about partnering with me and my team on Mobile Home Park deals!  Grab a free copy of my latest book “The 21 Biggest Mistakes Investors Make When Purchasing their First Mobile Home Park…and how to avoid them MobileHomeParkAcademy.com  Schedule your free 30 minute "no obligation" call directly with Kevin by clicking this link https://www.timetrade.com/book/KV2D2  

Slate Star Codex Podcast
Highlights From The Comments On "Don't Look Up"

Slate Star Codex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 20:39


https://astralcodexten.substack.com/p/highlights-from-the-comments-on-dont Lots of people thought I was being unfair to the movie. G. Retriever writes: I TOTALLY disagree with your reading of the movie. To me it was a description of a social dynamic that makes even very straightforward problems impossible to focus on collectively, a tragedy of the commons where "the commons" is basically "attention". Even the experts get sucked into the vortex, nobody comes out clean, and in the end everyone gets killed. Batislu: Hmm .. I didn't come away from Don't Look Up with the message of "Trust The Experts". Rather I came away with a sense of futility that we're doomed as a species due to our inability to discover and form consensus around the truth. I thought the movie did a great job of relaying that, given that humanity is completely wiped out by the end. Erik Hoel: If we broaden our scope from the obvious mappings (Female President onto Trump) and admit that pure satires don't make the best cinema, at its broadest, it's a movie about institutional failure. Across party lines (though it skewers one more than the other, sure). It's for this reason it felt fresh to me and that I liked it. Institutional failure, even human failure, is becoming more and more obvious, as it's undeniable that our institutions, from academia to the White House, are more sclerotic and incapable and, well, foolish, than they either were in the past or appeared to be. And to me this movie was like an expression of America's Id realizing that over the past several years. Steph:

Video Game History Hour
Ep. 65: Preservation: Institutional vs. Non

Video Game History Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 76:40


Andrew Borman, Digital Games Curator at The Strong National Museum of Play, joins us to discuss the roles, benefits, limitations, and approaches of institutional versus individual video game preservation. At the end of the day, the entire ecosystem is required: collectors, academia, fans, institutions, and non-institutions all play a necessary part in completing the picture. See more from Andrew Borman: Twitter: @borman18 YouTube: /ptoponline Website: http://museumofplay.org Facebook: /icheg Video Game History Foundation Podcast Twitter: @gamehistoryhour Email: podcast@gamehistory.org Twitter: @GameHistoryOrg Website: gamehistory.org Support us on Patreon: /gamehistoryorg

DEFI TIMES - Bitcoin, DeFi & NFT News
Institutional Bitcoin FOMO Soon? |With Edan Yago

DEFI TIMES - Bitcoin, DeFi & NFT News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 41:27


Will institutions increase their exposure to bitcoin soon? This is what Juri Maibaum discussed with Edan Yago in today's episode. Edan is a core contributor of Sovryn. Sovryn is a platform that enables DeFi on Bitcoin. But how does this work? And why could institutions acquire more bitcoin anytime soon? This is the topic of today's episode!  SOVRYN 

Crypto Coin Minute
Crypto Coin Minute 2021-12-31

Crypto Coin Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 1:12


Institutional tax-loss harvesting weighs on the Bitcoin price as 2021 comes to a closeMicroStrategy purchases 1,914 Bitcoin, now holds almost 6 Billion dollars in cryptoGamers have a new way to mine cryptocurrency with their high-powered PCs

Let's THINK about it
Step 52: Best of 2021 review by books

Let's THINK about it

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 20:16


Ryder consumed over 50 books and about 200 podcasts in 2021. Walking through concepts of the origins of bureaucracy and how the protestant work ethic shaped corporations and consumer behavior, he moves into healthcare related to liberty, how to solve many problems on our way to utopia, and a model for transitioning away from capitalism into a nature-based economics.https://www.letusthinkaboutit.com/step-52-best-of-2021-review-by-books/My two favorite books“Moral Mazes” and “The Culture of the New Capitalism“Both of these are sociology books about how the world has changed. They both reference Max Weber, discussing how bureaucracy came out of the military and in America the Protestant work ethic became conflated with capitalism and eventually led to conspicuous consumption and wealth as a signal of virtue: $ = wisdom and salvation.Moral Mazes, by Robert Jackall, focused on the life of middle managers in large corporations, and how the politics needed to survive do not align with the professed values: hard work does not pay off, but appearing to be a tam player while brutally shifting blame and burning through company assets means you are a go-getter, with gumption and grit. Equally, Jackall maps out how middle managers hide behind jargon, because they can't appear to not know what they are talking about (can't look weak), which is bad for the company… but also, considering legal repercussions, they learn to use vague, coded language so as to be able to shift positions: never be caught with a strong opinion, while always seeming to decisive with strong opinions.These are the guys/gals who make decisions with their “gut,” which means they keep perpetuating the same behaviors and stereotypes, but are crafty at the optics of appearing fair or sympathetic.Richard Sennett follows up on this offering broader examples of how capitalism effects the working class, the brain-drain on talent for dumb factory labor, and discussing things like why a nurse may stay at her job, despite the terrible hours and mistreatment: people don't work for jobs, they work in a place where they can make a difference… they need to know where they fit in the world and have relevance.But they go to factories because they need a steady paycheck so they can get a mortgage from the bank, which means a competition to take the best from the labor pool, then put them to work doing mind-numbing labor: companies do not want innovation, they want subservient, blind loyalty from you. But they reserve the right to have no loyalty to the employees. Even the business owners now distance themselves, and hide at the first sign of responsibility and accountability, pushing it off onto subordinates and use technology as a distancing mechanism.All in all, we have come to embody the whole “rational actor” of economic theory, which promotes selfish, transactional relationships rather than community. It rewards sociopathy.Say you are a well-intentioned millennial, then you have been taught not to give voice to discontent: your mental health is more important than job frustration. You simply exit. “Exit over Voice,” as Sennett calls it. Old people argue, which makes them a pain when a company demands unwavering, un-considering loyalty and any question is interpreted as dissent. Institutional memory and wisdom are liabilities, so companies hire those who will just move on without a fight, which means they only get task completion instead of deep consideration from their employees. We all become mercenaries, who scream about politics, but (wisely) are afraid to lose our jobs because survival is not guaranteed in our country.What both books point out is that our society is cutting itself off at it's own knees, and feeding on them. It is like auto-cannibalism, where to be successful you must take risks, upending the stability that made our nation profitable (successful) in favor of destruction and precarity, just so you can prove “you have what it takes” or are as amoral as the leadership team you aim to join.We burn down the world our great-grandparents built, and we do it behind a gold-plated mask of jargon. Faced with the specter of uselessness, we market and promote meaningless differences as highly important.Philosophy books?Honest to god philosophy: William James and BaudrillardI read a lot of small snippets about philosophers or their viewpoints, but sitting down and actually working through multiple books? Only two authors this year. Though I did read some Deleuze, Nietzsche, Zizek, and Lyotard as well.Reading Pragmatism by William James was great. We can argue about things all day, but he discusses moving beyond ideological or semantic quibbles into a practical reality, not being a slave to your position, but grounding ourselves and carving ourselves. Providing space for spirituality he says, swim up, touch the divine, and get some spiritual energy to direct your path.Coming up with increasingly obtuse theories isn't helpful. He was really pushing back against monism, or the notion of one fixed universal truth, and equally he wasn't a fan of the notion that everything could be measured and figured, a type of determinism. He spoke a lot of a middle path, a middle road, a central corridor from which doors into other ideas can branch off, but you needn't stay cloistered in there.I think Baudrillard would suggest that these philosophies are fooling themselves. He might propose that they wouldn't even know it. His work on the idea of simulacra and simulation would say we have lost the plot, lost the purpose, we are “a man adrift without a shadow,” and we can only keep simulating achievement.But what if we have not lost the plot, but the story has already been written and we are merely enacting our roles? The memes and ideas of the world are moving us to claim “liberty” and “freedom.” We have none, no direction, so now simulate liberty, acting out of libidinal desire without understanding.The most optimistic?“Utopia for Realists”It is nice when someone spends the time to look at things like Poverty, or Universal Basic Income and says… wait a second, this doesn't make sense… the world we live in keeps saying “pull yourself up by your own boot straps”… taking a handout is a moral failing, or it is a lack of character to be poor. We need to punch through these moral myths that keep us imprisoned in pain as we end up with deaths of despair and the opioid crisis wiping out those who have been isolated in this competition where everyone loses, even when you win.Rutger Bregman proves multiple times over in “Utopia for Realists” that the government helping and protecting its citizens, (instead of profiteering) would stabilize the population at a lower cost than the current system bears. Which would help business, government, education, and other institutions.Examples provided show Universal Basic Income, eradicating poverty, and making healthcare free you both grant human dignity and “it is cheaper” than the long-term costs of prisons, emergency room visits, rehab clinics, diabetes, police, etc… We should cut the well-fare system, too. No hoops to jump through to prove you are deserving of a handout: just give people cash. The simplest solution works: eradicate poverty not with systems, but with money. The vast majority of people will not take advantage of this, but will better their own lives.The darkest?Our MaladyAs we just mentioned healthcare and human dignity, one of my favorite authors nearly died in 2019 or 2020 because of inept health care systems motivated by money over human concerns. Timothy Snyder's Our Malady walks through how our inequality as a society leads to needless death, despair, and division. He also discusses the need to fluctuate between solitude and solidarity.As a contemporary historian, his books walk us through how our fragility becomes a breeding ground for corrupt officials and corporations to continue abuse: when your health is at risk (or your family) you are a serf or slave, who can never voice dissent.And so, when our journalism turns into an untrustworthy shit-show, and we rely on social media for news because we can't trust anything, this is a symptom. If you can't be honest because you will lose your job, and your insurance, then fear and survival win out over principled moral obligation. This is simply the logic of free-market capitalism's “rational actors” or “economic agents” fulfilling the shallow logic of the market, eroding trust and long-term stability, opening our nation up for abuse and corruption: making us susceptible to tyranny.The best economic book:Sacred EconomicsCharles Eisenstein does a great job of reorienting us away from the faulty logic of the neoliberal capitalist myth. Pros vs cons… there is a cost to everything, and we need to look at this neoliberal capitalist train and wonder if the engine up ahead, where we can't see it, has fallen into the ravine and is just dragging the rest of us into a fiery explosion. Is there still time to bail? And what does that look like?Eisenstein maps out 7 steps, an interlocking system to ascend from our self-administered despair, using the bones of capitalism in which we sheltered to grow up… but I am simplifying it into 3 steps.realign money with natural decay (negative interest)alter the way land is used, letting it become the currency backing or capital as a communally shared resource, andletting pre-pollution taxing redirect innovation towards enriching a sustainable commons.The point is, we don't need more trinkets: we need a planet, a world, that works. We need to stop being selfish children or adolescents. We need to behave like responsible grown ups. Eisenstein brings up 2 great parables, the eleventh round to show how usury and the tragedy of the commons to show how “individual rational actors” destroy communion and solidarity.A key point is that money is not evil, it is a technology. But we let it have unnatural properties and try to apply it to the natural world. We need policy that will realign money with nature, society with people, and make nature our capital that we depend on instead of extracting from.Race?“The Racial Contract” by Charles MillsIt spoke to me in a way White Fragility didn't. And even the fact that Mills had to couch his arguments and ideas in academic terms to get through to people like me is brought up in the book. Thanks to L for the recommendation on this one.Self Help and Behavior books“Awareness” by Anthony DeMelloBest book maybe ever, but I didn't podcast on that. I still hold it in too much reverence.I read some self-helpy, achievement books like Atomic Habits and Judson Brewer's The Craving Mind. Along with more behavioral science books like Noise by Daniel Kahneman. The most career oriented were So Good they can't ignore you and Range, which fall into a kind of Malcolm Gladwell type of book, but less expansive, more like a field guide to creating an interesting career and life, not getting trapped.But the stand out in this strange field of “make yourself better by having knowledge of knowledge” is How to Take Smart Notes which I highly recommend for anyone who wants to actually make use of their reading, wants to write or publish or podcast.My favorite episode to make:Free guyFree Guy was great because I got to really dig into pop-culture that seems very shallow as a way to discuss pretty profound ideas of desire, identity, and Artificial intelligence as a type of government or state apparatus. We touched on Arendt's work, action, labor distinctions, where the subject is turned into a cog… but we need differences for change, not similarity… one way to manifest “difference” is through radical repetition, which invokes the transcendence of Nietzsche's eternal return.Bonus section!!FictionI finally finished David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest this year. hooray. That took like a decade. Worth it, but I now feel like I need a book club or philosophy class to decipher all the depth and strangeness of it.My favorite  was The Overstory. It is long, but really worth it. The book reshapes the flaring human desires and personalities, their companionships, against the backdrop of ultra-long-lived trees under threat.If you are looking for something fun, check out the Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells. If you want some good fantasy, check out N.K. Jemison's stuff.A type of ConclusionThrough the podcast these books are tools that I can use to widen my perspective and let me come to a better understanding of how we ended up here. In a type mirroring, having past knowledge also sparks ideas of how we can  escape (or move beyond) the current predicaments we are in.Or not, because humans are messy and things are complicated, but at least with this knowledge we aren't subjected to basic binaries… we have graduated to advanced binaries. hooray!Doing the show, over the last nearly two years, I feel a little bit better prepared to engage the world, to offer alternatives rather than nod along. Questioning long held assumptions is the podcast goal, and reading is the tool. None of these ideas are my own, they are just cobbled together from the wisdom of others. For the first time in a long time, I feel I am working towards a version of wisdom and richness of life, and I would like to thank you for spending some time with me on this journey. 

Market Mind Meals
068 - Tracking Institutional MONEY FLOW

Market Mind Meals

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 36:44


If you want to know where the BIG MONEY is flowing, this is for you! The major mutual funds, hedge funds, and pensions are some of the big players that can move the market. When they move, they tend to move in the same direction for a while and are easy to spot if you know what to look for. In this live stream we're going to discuss: 1. Price and Volume on weekly and daily time frames 2. Quarterly fund ownership 3. Sector and group rotation 4. Themes (cousin stock theory) #learntotrade #trading101 #supportandresistance #tradingbasics #howtoreadachart Connect with us on: • Website: https://marawealth.com • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michaelglamothe • Twitter: https://twitter.com/MichaelGLamothe • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/marawealth • StockTwits: https://stocktwits.com/MichaelGLamothe

Hashr8 Podcast
Institutional Bitcoin Mining | Compass Spaces Recording

Hashr8 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 46:47


Let's talk Bitcoin mining. Follow our host on Twitter too! ✔️ Will Foxley: https://twitter.com/wsfoxley Compass hosts livestreams every week on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY with the leading experts in cryptocurrency mining. Don't miss them!

Long Reads Live
The Year of Institutional Bitcoin, Feat. Galaxy's Alex Thorn

Long Reads Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 22:20


This episode is sponsored by NYDIG. On this edition of “The Breakdown's” “End of Year Extravaganza,” Galaxy Digital's head of firmwide research discusses the key trends that shaped 2021.  Find our guest on Twitter: @intangiblecoins  NYDIG, the institutional-grade platform for bitcoin, is making it possible for thousands of banks who have trusted relationships with hundreds of millions of customers, to offer Bitcoin. Learn more at NYDIG.com/NLW. Enjoying this content?   SUBSCRIBE to the Podcast Apple:  https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1438693620?at=1000lSDb Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/538vuul1PuorUDwgkC8JWF?si=ddSvD-HST2e_E7wgxcjtfQ Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9ubHdjcnlwdG8ubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M=   Join the discussion: https://discord.gg/VrKRrfKCz8   Follow on Twitter: NLW: https://twitter.com/nlw Breakdown: https://twitter.com/BreakdownNLW “The Breakdown” is written, produced by and features Nathaniel Whittemore aka NLW, with editing by Rob Mitchell, research by Scott Hill and additional production support by Eleanor Pahl. Adam B. Levine is our executive producer and our holiday theme music is “Spike The Eggnog” by Two Dudes. The music you heard today behind our sponsor is “Dark Crazed Cap” by Isaac Joel. Image credit: Westend61/Getty Images, modified by CoinDesk.

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk
BREAKDOWN: The Year of Institutional Bitcoin, Feat. Galaxy's Alex Thorn

Late Confirmation by CoinDesk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 22:19


This was the year that institutions finally, truly arrived. This episode is sponsored by NYDIG.On this edition of “The Breakdown's” “End of Year Extravaganza,” Galaxy Digital's head of firmwide research discusses the key trends that shaped 2021. Find our guest on Twitter: @intangiblecoins -NYDIG, the institutional-grade platform for bitcoin, is making it possible for thousands of banks who have trusted relationships with hundreds of millions of customers, to offer Bitcoin. Learn more at NYDIG.com/NLW.-“The Breakdown” is written, produced by and features Nathaniel Whittemore aka NLW, with editing by Rob Mitchell, research by Scott Hill and additional production support by Eleanor Pahl. Adam B. Levine is our executive producer and our holiday theme music is “Spike The Eggnog” by Two Dudes. The music you heard today behind our sponsor is “Dark Crazed Cap” by Isaac Joel. Image credit: Westend61/Getty Images, modified by CoinDesk.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Paint & Pipette Podcast
Ep 11: Creativity, Grit, and Defying Other Peoples' Perception of Success with Vivian Shen

The Paint & Pipette Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 37:16


Throughout her life, Vivian Shen always wanted to do the thing that would help her learn the fastest. Eventually, she realized that the best way to do this would be by defying how her peers defined success and starting a business herself. Vivian channeled her passion for education into Juni Learning, an online platform that offers STEAM courses in real-world subjects we all wish we could have learned in school like coding, storytelling, investing, and more. Her vision is for every student to be prepared for the real world and have the tools to really make their mark. Today she joins us to share her story with us. Tuning in, you'll hear how Vivian studied creative writing at Oxford, how this minor is often more useful than her engineering qualification, and why she believes in cultivating a breadth of interests. You'll also hear what led Vivian to decide that she wanted to start a business, what the most challenging part of it was, what she wishes she had done differently, and what young women can do to assess their fit with the entrepreneurial life. To hear what it looks like for Vivian to always be learning, her advice for anyone who is going through any sort of failure trauma, and how to cultivate grit, tune in today!Key Points From This Episode:A creative accomplishment that Vivian Shen is proud of: creative writing at Oxford. How her creative writing minor is often more useful than her engineering qualification.  What it looks like for Vivian to always be learning.   Why Vivian reads more fiction than non-fiction and how this helps her learn. The challenges of defying other peoples' perceptions of success and starting Juni.Vivian's advice for anyone who is going through any sort of failure trauma. Insight into what Juni is and Vivian's goals for the company. How they work with a student on grit and what that looks like.  How Juni helps parents and teachers to not step in and help kids when they feel stuck. What Vivian think's about David Epstein's argument: generalization versus specialization. What led Vivian to decide that she wanted to start a business.  What made Vivian prioritize learning over other things such as generating income. Thoughts on how to convince more women to feel confident enough to start a company. The community or network that Vivian leans on for support when making decisions.What Vivian believes is the most challenging part of starting a company.At what point Vivian realized she was starting the company and there was no going back.Institutional versus angel money and what Vivian wishes she had done differently. What young women can do to assess their fit with the entrepreneurial life. Insight into the entrepreneurship class offered at Juni.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Vivian Shen on LinkedInVivian Shen on TwitterJuni LearningN.K. Jemisin Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World Jeremy Utley on LinkedIn 

The Commercial Investing Show
298: Self Storage- The Recession Resistant Inflation Capturer

The Commercial Investing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 17:18


Paul Moore, founder and managing partner of Wellings Capital, steps in for Jason Hartman today to talk about self storage and why it's so popular right now. Self storage has done remarkably well through the pandemic and Paul will take you through the underlying fundamentals that drive self storage and why it captures inflation better than any other real estate asset class. Key Takeaways: 0:45 What's driving the boom in self storage? 2:22 Four Ds of self storage: death, downsizing, dislocation, divorce 4:32 Self storage facilities in the United States 4:57 The value formula in commercial real estate deals and value adds 6:59 Self storage is recession resistant 8:35 Self storage is an inflation capturer 10:08 Dynamic pricing and ancillary income 11:50 Additional value adds: boat and RV storage, truck leasing  14:19 Flexible lease terms lead to easy evictions 14:30 Institutional investors are running after self storage right now Mentions: JasonHartman.com WellingsCapital.com   Paul Moore's Latest Book: Storing Up Profits: Capitalize on America's Obsession with STUFF by Investing in Self-Storage Tweetables:  Self storage captures inflation better than any other real estate asset class. Paul Moore Self storage is recession-resistant. Paul Moore  

At Any Rate
At Any Rate: Tales of the taper

At Any Rate

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 15:23


Alex Roever is joined by Mike Feroli and Jay Barry to discuss the outcome of the December FOMC meeting and the impact on the US rates market.  The Fed made major changes to its policy statement, and the latest SEP indicate an early policy liftoff and a faster pace of hikes in 2022 and 2023.  This largely aligns with our forecast that the Fed will liftoff in June and then tighten at a quarterly pace thereafter.  In the aftermath of this meeting, front-end Treasury yields declined and the curve broadly steepened.  We discuss the impact of valuations, positioning, and liquidity on the rates markets in the aftermath of the Fed meeting This podcast was recorded on December 16, 2021. This communication is provided for information purposes only. Institutional clients can view the related reports at https://www.jpmm.com/research/content/GPS-3952359-0,  https://www.jpmm.com/research/content/GPS-3952581-0, and https://www.jpmm.com/research/content/GPS-3952562-0 for more information; please visit www.jpmm.com/research/disclosures for important disclosures. © 2021 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
General Truths, Institutional Power, and World Wars. Matthew Raphael Johnson, Ph.D. & Keith Knight

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 87:06


https://youtu.be/x5JgjK8X8uE On Sept. 1, 1939, 70 years ago, the German Army crossed the Polish frontier. On Sept. 3, Britain declared war. Six years later, 50 million Christians and Jews had perished. Britain was broken and bankrupt, Germany a smoldering ruin. Europe had served as the site of the most murderous combat known to man, and civilians had suffered worse horrors than the soldiers. By May 1945, Red Army hordes occupied all the great capitals of Central Europe: Vienna, Prague, Budapest, Berlin. A hundred million Christians were under the heel of the most barbarous tyranny in history: the Bolshevik regime of the greatest terrorist of them all, Joseph Stalin. What cause could justify such sacrifices? Patrick J. Buchanan, Did Hitler Want War? (2009) Matthew Raphael Johnson is a scholar of Russian Orthodox history and philosophy. His research agenda centers around ethnic nationalism, Eurasianism and the Orthodox tradition as forms of rebellion against globalism. He has recently completed a lengthy book on the history of Ukrainian political thought from Mazepa to the present. Now, he is in the midst of a substantial book on nominalism and its condemnation by Patristic and Platonic authors. He completed his doctorate at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in 1999 as a recipient of the Sennen, as well as the Clare and Marguerite MacPhee Fellowships, focusing on anti-modernist social philosophy. His dissertation detailed the critique of Positivism from Michael Oakeshott and the British Hegelians. The central philosophical thesis running through all his philosophical work is that nominalism is the root ontological evil. It lies at the foundation of the 20th century and it is termed by Johnson as “the ontology of death.” Find Dr. Johnson here: https://theorthodoxnationalist.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/vor-archive/ https://www.rusjournal.org/ Odysee BitChute Minds Flote Archive Spotify

Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone
General Truths, Institutional Power, and World Wars. Michael Raphael Johnson, Ph.D. & Keith Knight

Keith Knight - Don't Tread on Anyone

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 87:05


Matthew Raphael Johnson is a scholar of Russian Orthodox history and philosophy. His research agenda centers around ethnic nationalism, Eurasianism and the Orthodox tradition as forms of rebellion against globalism. He has recently completed a lengthy book on the history of Ukrainian political thought from Mazepa to the present. Now, he is in the midst of a substantial book on nominalism and its condemnation by Patristic and Platonic authors. He completed his doctorate at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in 1999 as a recipient of the Sennen, as well as the Clare and Marguerite MacPhee Fellowships, focusing on anti-modernist social philosophy. His dissertation detailed the critique of Positivism from Michael Oakeshott and the British Hegelians. The central philosophical thesis running through all his philosophical work is that nominalism is the root ontological evil. It lies at the foundation of the 20th century and it is termed by Johnson as “the ontology of death.” Find Dr. Johnson here: https://theorthodoxnationalist.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/vor-archive/ https://www.rusjournal.org/ -------------------------------- If you find value in the content, please consider donating to my PayPal KeithKnight590@gmail.com LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone:b BitChute: KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone https://www.bitchute.com/channel/keithknightdonttreadonanyone/ Minds: https://www.minds.com/KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone/ MeWe: mewe.com/i/keithknight25 Flote: https://flote.app/VoluntaryistKeith Gab: https://gab.com/Voluntarykeith Twitter: @an_capitalist The Libertarian Institute: https://libertarianinstitute.org/dont-tread-on-anyone/ One Great Work Network: https://www.onegreatworknetwork.com/keith-knight

At Any Rate
At Any Rate: Home Price, Commercial Real Estate and Mortgage Rate 2022 Outlook

At Any Rate

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 20:52


John Sim Is joined by Nick Maciunas, Kaustub Samant and Chong Sin from the Securitized Products team to discuss US home prices, looking at both single-family and multi-family buy / rent options. We take into consideration the lack of housing supply, affordability and mortgage rates. We also discuss potential property price increases in commercial real estate. This podcast was recorded on December 8, 2021. This communication is provided for information purposes only. Institutional clients can view the related report at www.jpmm.com/research/content/GPS-3931024-0 for more information; please visit www.jpmm.com/research/disclosures for important disclosures. © 2021 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.

HealthMatters
E73: Understanding Transgender Healthcare and Mental Health

HealthMatters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 18:53


In this episode, we welcome Dr. Shannon Peters(She/Her, peterss@bu.edu), a lecturer at the Department of Health Sciences at BU Sargent College. She introduced transgender mental health and healthcare, and how we could support transgender individuals. Shannon's Scholarly, Research and/or Practice Interests include: * Impacts of systemic oppression, discrimination, and trauma on the mental health of marginalized individuals (e.g., race, LGBTQAI+, immigration status, etc.) * Transgender healthcare and mental health * Gender-based violence response and prevention * Institutional corruption and financial conflicts of interest in psychiatry and psychology * Medical neoliberalism and depathologizing normative distress in global mental health The moderator of the podcast is Dr. Karen Jacobs (kjacobs@bu.edu), who is the Associate Dean, Digital Learning and Innovation, a Clinical Professor and the Program Director for the online post-professional doctorate in the occupational therapy program at Sargent College. Marial Williams (marialw@bu.edu), a Boston University entry-level occupational therapy doctoral student, composed the music for the podcast.

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp
Starkweather Superintendent says CRT is "Institutional Bigotry"

News & Views with Joel Heitkamp

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 17:10


12/06/21 : Joel is joined by State Senator Erin Oban to have a discussion about the Starkweather Superintendent, Larry Volk. He sent an email comparing the Klu Klux Klan to Black Lives Matter, said Democrats are "ideological bigots promoting a culture of death, and said Critical Race Theory is a "Marxist, racist left-wing woke theory." You can read his full email with the article with the Inforum link below, or just find the email here.  https://www.inforum.com/news/education/7306088-Rural-North-Dakota-superintendent-sends-anti-woke-tirade-to-school-administrators-across-the-state See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Podcast by KevinMD
A physician's guide to the best way to invest in real estate

The Podcast by KevinMD

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 28:21


"Institutional real estate private equity funds have dramatically outperformed all other methods of investing in real estate such as syndicated real estate deals, crowdfunding, and REITs because larger real estate funds have the best deal sourcing capabilities that enable them to identify and execute opportunistic acquisitions with speed and at the most attractive pricing.  Syndicated deals, crowdfunded deals, small deal sponsors, and REITs just cannot compete with institutional investment funds.  Unfortunately, institutional real estate private equity funds have been inaccessible to individuals due to their multi-million dollar minimum investment required.  And the more experience a real estate manager is, the more capital they attract.  I set out on a mission to change this." Alan Donenfeld is founder and CEO, CityVest (https://www.cityvest.com/home.html), providing investors with insider access to pre-screened, institutional real estate investments historically unavailable to individuals. This episode is sponsored by CityVest (https://www.cityvest.com/home.html), providing investors with insider access to pre-screened, institutional real estate investments historically unavailable to individuals.

At Any Rate
At Any Rate: Outlook for Corporate Bonds in 2022

At Any Rate

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 19:48


Alex Roever is joined by Eric Beinstein and Nelson Jantzen to discuss the outlook for High Grade and High Yield corporate credit markets in 2022.  Rising UST yields, improving credit fundamentals, and less net supply should lead to modestly tighter spreads.  We also see the environment sustaining tight spreads in leveraged credit, especially for floating-rate loans. This podcast was recorded on December 1, 2021. This communication is provided for information purposes only. Institutional clients can view the related report at www.jpmm.com/research/content/GPS-3930907-0, www.jpmm.com/research/content/GPS-3928409-0 for more information; please visit www.jpmm.com/research/disclosures for important disclosures. © 2021 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.

Human Centered
High-tech Modernism

Human Centered

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 90:49


dana boydHenry FarrellMarion FourcadeWilliam JanewayCharlton McIlwainZeynep TufekciSuggested Reading"The Moral Economy of High Tech Modernism""Making Space for Black Software""Learning Like a State: Statecraft in the Digital Age""Isomorphism through algorithms: Institutional dependencies in the case of Facebook""The Ecology of Innovation"CASBS@CasbsStanfordSocial Science for a World in CrisisCreating a New Moral Political Economy

At Any Rate
At Any Rate: Thoughts on US & European Interest Rates for 2022

At Any Rate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 29:56


Alex Roever is joined by Srini Ramaswamy, Fabio Bassi, and Jay Barry to discuss the outlook for US and developed market interest rates in 2022.  They discuss the relative differences in central bank reaction functions and the resulting impact on yields.  Notably, the ECB is set to further expand its balance sheet expansion in 2022, but we forecast 10-year bund yields rising to -15bp and the curve steepening by 2Q22.  The BoE is likely to raise rates next month and twice in 2022, pushing 10-year gilt yields to 1.15% by mid-year.  We envision above-trend growth and a Fed on the move pushing 10-year yields to 2% by mid-2022. Fed tapering and bank leverage constraints will likely lead to slower deposit growth and demand for Treasuries in 2022.  We envision volatility rising in 2022, supported by an active Fed and rising longer-term rates.  This podcast was recorded on November 30, 2021. This communication is provided for information purposes only. Institutional clients can view the related report at www.jpmm.com/research/content/GPS-3931469-0, www.jpmm.com/research/content/GPS-3931940-0 for more information; please visit www.jpmm.com/research/disclosures for important disclosures. © 2021 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.

Chain Reaction
Pink Swan Trading: DeGen NFT Data Analytics, Building an Institutional Grade Crypto Options Analytics Platform, and a Business Wrapped in a CryptoPunk

Chain Reaction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 60:07


Director of Delphi Research Ashwath Balakrishnan and Delphi Ventures Analyst Avi Zurlo, sit down with Pat Doyle and Greg Magadini, Co-founders of Pink Swan Trading, a crypto data studio. They have in-depth discussions around their products DeGenData, a de-generative NFT data lab, and Genesis Volatility, an institutional grade crypto options analytics platform, and much more! Show Notes:  (00:00:00) – Introduction. (00:00:33) – Guests' backgrounds. (00:04:32) – Ethereum maximalism. (00:06:35) – Thoughts on the NFT revolution.  (00:10:09) – Overview of DeGenData. (00:12:30) – Most interesting insight from DeGenData.  (00:14:00) – Building a brand around a CryptoPunk. (00:16:46) – Selling DeGenData as a CryptoPunk. (00:19:33) – Complying with regulations. (00:23:00) – The landscape of crypto options. (00:27:06) – Offering options on long-tail assets.  (00:31:03) – Genesis Volatility's differentiator. (00:34:54) – The inspiration for Genesis Volatility.   (00:36:36) – Thoughts on DeFi volatility. (00:41:52) – Bringing institutions into trading DeFi volatility. (00:43:09) – Thoughts on flow dynamics on DeFi options protocols. (00:46:06) – Guests' favorite DeFi options protocols. (00:49:13) – Thoughts on convergence toward traditional markets.  (00:50:38) – Advice for builders in crypto. (00:53:56) – Rapid fire questions. (00:57:26) – Closing.  Social links:  Pat's Twitter Greg's Linkedin DeGenData Twitter Genesis Volatility Twitter Genesis Volatility Linktree Resources:  Delphi Podcast Summaries DeGenData Website Genesis Volatility Website Genesis Volatility Blog More

New Books Network
Raymond C. Kuo, "Following the Leader: Alliance Design, Security Strategies, and Institutional Emulation" (Stanford UP, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 54:17


Nations have powerful incentives to ensure that their military alliances are well-structured. Successful military alliances set long-lasting foundations for global and regional order, while unsuccessful ones can perpetuate and widen conflict. In Following the Leader: International Order, Alliance Strategies, and Emulation (Stanford UP, 2021), Kuo argues that nations do not consistently construct contextually appropriate military alliances. Rather, they often ignore their own security interests and follow the dominant alliance strategy. The author uses case studies and advanced statistical analysis to evaluate the period between 1815 and 2003, finding that hegemons who emerge after each collapse of the international system set up core military partnerships to target their key enemies. Secondary and peripheral countries, instead of forging novel alliances of their own, emulate the template set by the hegemon, thereby demonstrating their need for credibility and status. Dr. Raymond Kuo is an expert in international security and East Asia. He is currently a Political Scientist with the RAND Corporation. He has published two books this year: Following the Leader on military alliances and Contests of Initiative on China's maritime gray zone strategy. Dr. Kuo was a tenure-track professor at Fordham University and the University at Albany, SUNY. He previously worked for the United Nations, the National Democratic Institute, and the Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan). He holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Military History
Raymond C. Kuo, "Following the Leader: Alliance Design, Security Strategies, and Institutional Emulation" (Stanford UP, 2021)

New Books in Military History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 54:17


Nations have powerful incentives to ensure that their military alliances are well-structured. Successful military alliances set long-lasting foundations for global and regional order, while unsuccessful ones can perpetuate and widen conflict. In Following the Leader: International Order, Alliance Strategies, and Emulation (Stanford UP, 2021), Kuo argues that nations do not consistently construct contextually appropriate military alliances. Rather, they often ignore their own security interests and follow the dominant alliance strategy. The author uses case studies and advanced statistical analysis to evaluate the period between 1815 and 2003, finding that hegemons who emerge after each collapse of the international system set up core military partnerships to target their key enemies. Secondary and peripheral countries, instead of forging novel alliances of their own, emulate the template set by the hegemon, thereby demonstrating their need for credibility and status. Dr. Raymond Kuo is an expert in international security and East Asia. He is currently a Political Scientist with the RAND Corporation. He has published two books this year: Following the Leader on military alliances and Contests of Initiative on China's maritime gray zone strategy. Dr. Kuo was a tenure-track professor at Fordham University and the University at Albany, SUNY. He previously worked for the United Nations, the National Democratic Institute, and the Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan). He holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/military-history

New Books in Political Science
Raymond C. Kuo, "Following the Leader: Alliance Design, Security Strategies, and Institutional Emulation" (Stanford UP, 2021)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 54:17


Nations have powerful incentives to ensure that their military alliances are well-structured. Successful military alliances set long-lasting foundations for global and regional order, while unsuccessful ones can perpetuate and widen conflict. In Following the Leader: International Order, Alliance Strategies, and Emulation (Stanford UP, 2021), Kuo argues that nations do not consistently construct contextually appropriate military alliances. Rather, they often ignore their own security interests and follow the dominant alliance strategy. The author uses case studies and advanced statistical analysis to evaluate the period between 1815 and 2003, finding that hegemons who emerge after each collapse of the international system set up core military partnerships to target their key enemies. Secondary and peripheral countries, instead of forging novel alliances of their own, emulate the template set by the hegemon, thereby demonstrating their need for credibility and status. Dr. Raymond Kuo is an expert in international security and East Asia. He is currently a Political Scientist with the RAND Corporation. He has published two books this year: Following the Leader on military alliances and Contests of Initiative on China's maritime gray zone strategy. Dr. Kuo was a tenure-track professor at Fordham University and the University at Albany, SUNY. He previously worked for the United Nations, the National Democratic Institute, and the Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan). He holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in History
Raymond C. Kuo, "Following the Leader: Alliance Design, Security Strategies, and Institutional Emulation" (Stanford UP, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 54:17


Nations have powerful incentives to ensure that their military alliances are well-structured. Successful military alliances set long-lasting foundations for global and regional order, while unsuccessful ones can perpetuate and widen conflict. In Following the Leader: International Order, Alliance Strategies, and Emulation (Stanford UP, 2021), Kuo argues that nations do not consistently construct contextually appropriate military alliances. Rather, they often ignore their own security interests and follow the dominant alliance strategy. The author uses case studies and advanced statistical analysis to evaluate the period between 1815 and 2003, finding that hegemons who emerge after each collapse of the international system set up core military partnerships to target their key enemies. Secondary and peripheral countries, instead of forging novel alliances of their own, emulate the template set by the hegemon, thereby demonstrating their need for credibility and status. Dr. Raymond Kuo is an expert in international security and East Asia. He is currently a Political Scientist with the RAND Corporation. He has published two books this year: Following the Leader on military alliances and Contests of Initiative on China's maritime gray zone strategy. Dr. Kuo was a tenure-track professor at Fordham University and the University at Albany, SUNY. He previously worked for the United Nations, the National Democratic Institute, and the Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan). He holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in World Affairs
Raymond C. Kuo, "Following the Leader: Alliance Design, Security Strategies, and Institutional Emulation" (Stanford UP, 2021)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 54:17


Nations have powerful incentives to ensure that their military alliances are well-structured. Successful military alliances set long-lasting foundations for global and regional order, while unsuccessful ones can perpetuate and widen conflict. In Following the Leader: International Order, Alliance Strategies, and Emulation (Stanford UP, 2021), Kuo argues that nations do not consistently construct contextually appropriate military alliances. Rather, they often ignore their own security interests and follow the dominant alliance strategy. The author uses case studies and advanced statistical analysis to evaluate the period between 1815 and 2003, finding that hegemons who emerge after each collapse of the international system set up core military partnerships to target their key enemies. Secondary and peripheral countries, instead of forging novel alliances of their own, emulate the template set by the hegemon, thereby demonstrating their need for credibility and status. Dr. Raymond Kuo is an expert in international security and East Asia. He is currently a Political Scientist with the RAND Corporation. He has published two books this year: Following the Leader on military alliances and Contests of Initiative on China's maritime gray zone strategy. Dr. Kuo was a tenure-track professor at Fordham University and the University at Albany, SUNY. He previously worked for the United Nations, the National Democratic Institute, and the Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan). He holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

New Books in Film
Raymond C. Kuo, "Following the Leader: Alliance Design, Security Strategies, and Institutional Emulation" (Stanford UP, 2021)

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 54:17


Nations have powerful incentives to ensure that their military alliances are well-structured. Successful military alliances set long-lasting foundations for global and regional order, while unsuccessful ones can perpetuate and widen conflict. In Following the Leader: International Order, Alliance Strategies, and Emulation (Stanford UP, 2021), Kuo argues that nations do not consistently construct contextually appropriate military alliances. Rather, they often ignore their own security interests and follow the dominant alliance strategy. The author uses case studies and advanced statistical analysis to evaluate the period between 1815 and 2003, finding that hegemons who emerge after each collapse of the international system set up core military partnerships to target their key enemies. Secondary and peripheral countries, instead of forging novel alliances of their own, emulate the template set by the hegemon, thereby demonstrating their need for credibility and status. Dr. Raymond Kuo is an expert in international security and East Asia. He is currently a Political Scientist with the RAND Corporation. He has published two books this year: Following the Leader on military alliances and Contests of Initiative on China's maritime gray zone strategy. Dr. Kuo was a tenure-track professor at Fordham University and the University at Albany, SUNY. He previously worked for the United Nations, the National Democratic Institute, and the Democratic Progressive Party (Taiwan). He holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. Aditya Srinivasan assisted with this episode. Lamis Abdelaaty is an assistant professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

The Truth About Trading
Ep. 199: Retail Traders Vs Hedge Funds - I Bet You Didn't Know THIS

The Truth About Trading

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 7:57


We know hedge funds are the big guys on the block with all of their fancy, expensive trading strategies and insider knowledge. But what about retail traders? Do retail traders have a chance?If the "big guys" are having trouble making 20% or 30% per year, can a retail trader really expect to make 50% - 60% per year?Or is this all just a big fat lie?Institutional traders vs retail traders - Who will win?

The Wolf Of All Streets
Institutional Adoption Of Crypto Is Here | Aya Kantorovich, FalconX

The Wolf Of All Streets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 45:45


No single phrase in crypto is as exciting as “institutional adoption” for eager investors anticipating the “opening of the flood gates” of big money. Aya Kantorovich is the Head of Institutional Coverage for FalconX, the perfect guest to help us unpack this complicated idea that is both misunderstood and highly anticipated. Aya believes institutions are already in crypto in a big way, but it might not be exactly what you expect! Tune in to find out more. -- Amber Group: Amber Group is an integrated digital asset platform serving retail and institutional clients by providing deep liquidity, attractive yields, and sophisticated portfolio management tools. With 12 offices on three continents, and nearly a trillion dollars in volume traded, Amber Group offers clients personalized, compliant, and secure service across dozens of digital assets. Find out more at https://thewolfofallstreets.link/ambergroup -- HBAR Foundation: Fund your project quickly and easily with the HBAR Foundation. Apply for a grant and be put on the fast track to success at https://thewolfofallstreets.link/hbar -- If you enjoyed this conversation, share it with your colleagues & friends, rate, review, and subscribe. This podcast is presented by Blockworks. For exclusive content and events that provide insights into the crypto and blockchain space, visit them at: https://www.blockworks.co ーーー Join the Wolf Den newsletter: ►►https://www.getrevue.co/profile/TheWolfDen/members

Bombadil's Porch
S2E48 Keeping Out of the Ditches in an Age of Institutional Collapse

Bombadil's Porch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 72:51


In this episode we discuss the ongoing challenge of society's lack of confidence in its institutions and the particular questions this poses to Christians trying to be biblically faithful. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bombadilsporch/message

Purpose Highway™
S2 Episode 19 - Live Your Own Truth — Embrace Spirituality Outside the Church with Brian Bachand

Purpose Highway™

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 51:59


HIGHLIGHTS05:16 Institutional alienation plague: Decline in Catholicism in the US09:21 Serving as a Catholic priest in the Vatican and standing in his own truth12:35 Entering the seminary and realizing spirituality is greater than the Church19:06 Internal spirituality and the Divine are interconnected 23:01 Coming out of the closet as a priest28:08 Experiencing the political atmosphere and elitism of the Vatican32:37 Tradition: Passing down gifts to next generations but getting stuck in the past40:05 Coaching as a former priest: Follow your desires and create an impact41:39 Work with a coach and develop ideas, start small, and write it down46:05 Former priests founded Avanti as a resource for priests wanting to leave49:25 Connect with BrianQUOTES11:40 "I wanted to stand in my own truth, as a gay man, to live my life freely, to love another person, and I also saw when I was working and being at the Vatican so much a life that I didn't want to be part of."15:54 "The only way that I think my family or the way I understood (spirituality) culturally was, if you wanted to live or have that sense, it was to stay within the church. I've come to realize now that you can live that out in so many different ways. It's bigger than an institutional church."31:17 "It really is very, very political. And it's something that is palpable... that was one thing I picked up that it's a very insular world. Everything's very formal, no one ever loses their temper, but it's very insular and you can sense this clericalism, at times you can sense this kind of elitism."40:22 "I think what my past life as a priest and executive has really united in helping individuals is my story is one that is about owning what you desire and really, when you own what you desire and you're standing in your truth, then you are really free to do what you want to do."48:17 "Begin where you are now. It's not about where you're there, but beginning now. And that's one of the most important things. I think the next thing is, it's really powerful, sometimes we hold ourselves back by stories we've told ourselves or stories we've been told."To find out more about Brian, please see the links below.LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianbachand/Website - https://evolutionevolution.com/To hear more of Scott Mason and the Purpose Highway™ podcast, join our community at https://purposehighway.com/ and subscribe to get notified when new episodes go live.

The Dr Boyce Breakdown
How Kanye West can raise billions for the black community

The Dr Boyce Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 31:43


#KanyeWest is a great man and an amazing #rapper. A powerful follow up to #Kanye's outstanding interview on #DrinkChamps would be for him to raise a billion dollars for #BlackPeople. This can be done. Right now. @mrjaymorrison was able to raise over $11.5 million with a social media following of a few hundred thousand people. With the following that Kanye West has, along with his 15 closest friends, they could easily raise several billion dollars WITHIN A MONTH. This money would fund thousands of #BlackOwned schools, to liberate #BlackChildren from the highly inferior and horrific public school system. This money could fund thousands of #BlackOwnedBusinesses, many of whom are boycotted by EVERYONE and STARVING for capital that is NOT provided to them by the #racist banking system. This money could buy thousands of acres of LAND, creating the greatest land-ownership movement in all of #BlackHistory. We could build black owned universities rather than allowing #BlackChildren to become saddled with devastating #StudentLoan debt. This money could even lead to the creation of black owned sports leagues, so our athletes aren't begging for opportunities from the #NBA, the #NCAA and #NFL. The move would be EPIC and would free our community from the #SystematicRacism of the Democrat and Republican Parties, the corporate plantation and other systems that serve to keep our people oppressed. I would advise Kanye and his team FREE OF CHARGE on what to do with the money. Also, there are THOUSANDS of black educators, attorneys, PhDs, Scientists, Accountants, Doctors, Parents, and Developers who would get on board with such a project IMMEDIATELY. This is what #BlackPower looks like. It must be INSTITUTIONAL power, not just charismatic leadership. We can do this. We can raise this money. It's time to take it to the house for our people and build for the next 300 years. Our grandchildren will be VERY proud of what we've accomplished. Sincerely, Dr Boyce Watkins http://BoyceWatkins.com Follow Dr Boyce Watkins on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/therealboyc... #BoyceWatkins #DrBoyceWatkins

Inside the Lab
S2Ep7:Erasing Institutional Bias (Leadership Institute Book Club)

Inside the Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 46:10


Every human has bias, as do the organizations we build. Despite commitments to diversity and inclusion, institutional bias lives on in every industry.  How does institutional bias show up in the field of pathology and laboratory medicine? And what can we do to affect change? On this episode of Inside the Lab, Dr. Dan Milner and Ms. Kelly Swails are joined by Ms. Tywauna Wilson, MBA, MLS(ASCP)CM, System Technical Director of Chemistry for CompuNet Clinical Laboratories and Founder of Trendy Elite Coaching and Consulting, Dr. Von Samedi, MD, PhD, Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, and Dr. Mohamed Abdelmonem, DHA, MBA-HCM, MS, CLS, MLS(ASCP)SBB, Blood Bank and Transfusion Service Supervisor at Stanford Health Care, to discuss the book Erasing Institutional Bias: How to Create Systemic Change for Organizational Inclusion by Tiffany Jana and Ashley Diaz Mejias.  Our panelists share what they realized about recruiting, hiring, and advancement bias in their organizations (and the role they play in sustaining it) from reading the book. They explore how occupational bias presents in the field of pathology and laboratory medicine and what we can do to advocate for ourselves. Listen in for insight on recruiting allies without being perceived as a troublemaker and find out how you can take steps to erase institutional bias—whether or not you're in a leadership role.  Topics Covered · An overview of the themes in Erasing Institutional Bias around how bias gets embedded in workplace cultures and what we can do to eliminate it · What our panelists realized about recruiting, hiring and advancement bias in their organizations from reading the book (and the role they play in sustaining it)· How occupational bias shows up in the field of pathology and laboratory medicine· How laboratory professionals and pathologists can work toward erasing institutional bias in our organizations· Conducting a holistic review of residency applications and adopting a blind hiring process· How realistic it is for us to succeed in erasing institutional bias without being in a leadership role Connect with ASCP ASCPASCP on FacebookASCP on InstagramASCP on Twitter Connect with Ms. Wilson Ms. Wilson on TwitterMs. Wilson on LinkedInConnect with Dr. Samedi Dr. Samedi on TwitterDr. Samedi on LinkedInConnect with Dr. Abdelmonem Dr. Abdelmonem on ResearchGate Connect with Dr. Milner & Ms. Swails  Dr. Milner on TwitterMs. Swails on Twitter Resources Erasing Institutional Bias: How to Create Systemic Change for Organizational InclusionInside the Lab in the ASCP Store 

On The Range Podcast
OTR Vantage Point - ”Institutional Trust is at Serious Risk!”

On The Range Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 12:10


Why should the people of Kenosha trust their Prosecutor's Office?? Hosted by Mark Kelley and presented by Kelley Defense and On The Range Podcast.  Support the show by becoming a member of the OTR Patreon Page!   Kill Cliff ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR15   Combat Flip Flops ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR25   Alpha Elite Performance ! Use PROMO CODE: OTR15   Battle Brothers Shaving Co ! Use PROMO CODE: OnTheRange15   Go visit the Patreon Page for exclusive content and training tips! Kelley Defense War HOGG Tactical Patreon On The Range Podcast Web Sites: warhogg.com www.kelleydefense.com   Instaragm: On The Range Podcast War HOGG Tactical Kelley Defense   #ontherangepodcast #rickhogg #markkelley   -Rick Hogg is a 29 year US Army Special Operation Combat Veteran. Rick has taken his 13 combat deployments, both in Iraq and Afghanistan, and teaching experience as a Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat instructor and harnessed them into War HOGG Tactical, Inc.   -Mark Kelley is a US Army Combat veteran and 28 year major city Law Enforcement Officer. Mark turned his military, tactical officer, and dignitary protection team leader experience into Kelley Defense. Mark has trained Military, Law Enforcement and civilian personnel.  

Talking Real Money
4% Rule Dead Again

Talking Real Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 36:49


Christine Benz from Morningstar argues that the tried and true 4% rule may no longer be effective. We share some alternatives means for creating income from portfolio.FOUND: 179 old Talking Real Money podcasts. We will have created 1,000 podcasts this year.Then, listeners ask:How to both pick funds in 401k and find information on institutional funds?Does an "advisor's" recommendation of expensive, illiquid funds make sense?What's the proper allocation for an IRA?Should a $500k 457 be converted to a Roth IRA?

Rewilding Earth
Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 80: Ignacio Jimenez on Institutional Ecology and Rewilding Spain

Rewilding Earth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 34:22


Ignacio Jiménez (1969, Spain) has extensive international experience in conservation. He has coordinated research and management projects with manatees in Costa Rica and Nicaragua and with golden-crowned sifakas in Madagascar, worked on wetlands and protected areas in El Salvador, and coordinated and published a national assessment of the Spanish experience in endangered species recovery. He has a […] Read full article: Rewilding Earth Podcast Episode 80: Ignacio Jimenez on Institutional Ecology and Rewilding Spain

The Ben Shapiro Show
Ep. 1374 - The Rittenhouse Trial And The Collapse Of American Institutional Trust

The Ben Shapiro Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 63:39


Kyle Rittenhouse's trial goes completely sideways for the prosecution; the media respond by attacking the Rittenhouse judge; and Bidenflation is here, and it's massive. Read the Daily Wire's bombshell Loudoun County exposé here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/loudoun-county-schools-tried-to-conceal-sexual-assault-against-daughter-in-bathroom-father-says | Support the Daily Wire's investigative journalism for only $4/month — use discount code REALNEWS for 25% off your membership: https://utm.io/udQ0u Check out Debunked. Where Ben Shapiro exposes leftist fallacies in 15 minutes or less. Watch the full season available only on The Daily Wire: utm.io/uc9er  Subscribe to Morning Wire, Daily Wire's new morning news podcast, and get the facts first on the news you need to know: https://utm.io/udyIF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

NASFAA's Off the Cuff Podcast
OTC AskRegs Experts: Institutional Aid Offers and Academic Calendar Formatting

NASFAA's Off the Cuff Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 28:27


This week on "Off the Cuff," Justin is joined by NASFAA Policy Analyst Jill Desjean and NASFAA U Instructor David Tolman to catch members up on updates from the Department of Education. Specifically, Jill highlights new agency recommendations concerning updated guidance on institutional aid offers and David details new academic calendar formats and how institutions are navigating structures that don't clearly fit quarter or semester structures. Hugh then has a quick update on what the NASFAA team is following on the student loan front, as well as the Biden administration's Build Back Better agenda as it makes its way through Congress.

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis
Interview: Tesla's Exciting Path Forward with Pierre Ferragu (11.05.21)

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 46:59


Pierre Ferragu of New Street Research joins Rob Maurer on Tesla Daily to discuss Tesla's excellent Q3 results, Tesla Insurance, FSD Beta, battery strategy, outlook for 2022, and more. Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 0:28 $1,298 TSLA price target 1:51 Reaction to Tesla's Q3 earnings and TSLA price run 11:49 4680 battery game theory 20:20 Thoughts on FSD Beta 24:50 Tesla Insurance 39:02 Institutional investor discussions 40:40 Supply chain and 2022 outlook You can find Pierre on Twitter @p_ferragu New Street Research: https://www.newstreetresearch.com Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/teslapodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tesladailypodcast Tesla Referral: https://ts.la/robert47283 Plaid producer Who Why Executive producer Jeremy Cooke Executive producer Troy Cherasaro Executive producer Andre/Maria Kent Executive producer Jessie Chimni Executive producer Jeffrey Yu Executive producer Michael Pastrone Executive producer Richard Del Maestro Executive producer John Beans Music by Evan Schaeffer Disclosure: Rob Maurer is long TSLA stock & derivatives

en(gender)ed
Episode 155: Pam Munter on "Fading Fame: Women of a Certain Age in Hollywood"

en(gender)ed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 49:37


On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, guest host Pamela Shelden interviews  Pam Munter, author of Fading Fame:  Women of a Certain Age in Hollywood.  Their conversation explores Pam's book and its themes of the systemic misogyny that has dominated Hollywood throughout its history.  They also address how women on the screen, victimized in a variety of ways, from predatory men on casting couches, to the process of aging itself, continue to be victimized today and how we as viewers can recognize those patterns and stop the cycle. Pamela Shelden, a member of the Engendered Collective, holds a Ph.D. in English/American literature. She has taught both at the university level (including Brooklyn College, City University of New York) and the high school level (including Stuyvesant High School). Today, she continues teaching through her business, College Counseling and Tutoring Services (CATS), while also mentoring young people to advocate for issues, particularly those affecting the lives of women and children. Dr. Shelden also serves on the Board of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Peninsula Section, where she coordinates several advocacy programs, including a popular advocacy-focused film series.  During our conversation, both Pams referenced the following resources: "Institutional discrimination" or sexism in media Fading Fame women including Mary Pickford, Doris Day, and many more --- Thanks for tuning in to the en(gender)ed podcast! Be sure to check out our en(gender)ed site and follow our blog on Medium. Join our feminist community of survivors, advocates and allies! Consider donating because your support is what makes this work sustainable. Please also connect with us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Don't forget to subscribe to the show!

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips
Investing in Institutional Quality Apartments with Julia Bykhovskaia and David Davidenko, Ep. 344

Target Market Insights: Multifamily Real Estate Marketing Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 36:22


David (Viacheslav) Davidenko is a full-time accredited investor from Austin. He is a respected, profit-driven entrepreneur and general management professional with a stellar career history of achievements investing in highly successful businesses. He has invested all-time as a GP and LP in 27 multifamily properties, almost 5,000 units altogether.  Julia Bykhovskaia is a Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Sunrise Capital. With her strong finance background, Julia is focusing on deal underwriting and asset management. In her past, Julia was an experienced investor in public and private companies, working as a securities analyst who started her investment career in 2003. Let's dive in to learn more about David and Julia and how they leverage the Texas market.   [00:01 – 06:43] Opening Segment  Julia and David talk about their backgrounds They talk about how they got started David breaks down the range of their portfolio. [06:43 – 14:54] The Texas Market David talks about some of the reasons why they prefer to invest in Texas. Julia talks about why multifamily is resilient and a better investment option than any other investment types. Julia talks about some of her predictions on what's going to happen in the next two years. The importance of finding ways to protect yourself and protect your investors. [14:54 – 30:24] Great Partners The reasons why communication is key in partnerships and the difference between an argument and a conflict. The importance of understanding your background before deciding on what type of properties you want to invest in. How to reduce competition Why David and Julia don't prefer value-add properties. Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List   [30:24 – 36:18] Bullseye Round Apparent Failure: Occasionally losing a deal.   Digital Resource: Outlook   Most Recommended Book: Who not How    Daily Habit:  Keeping their digital devices away to focus   Curious About: How to build a larger company   I Wish I Knew When I Was Starting: That I can't do it all on my own   Best Place to Grab a Bite in Austin and New York Oasis and Capital Grill   Contact David and Julia: Go to sunrisecapitalgroup.com to reach out to David and Julia.  Reach out to David and Julia from their emails. vd@suncapus.com julia@suncapus.com    Tweetable Quotes: “When you respect each other with your partner, you just argue but that's not a conflict.” - David Davidenko “There are a number of reasons to invest in Texas but I think there is still room for growth” - Julia Bykhovskai   Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW,  and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.

The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch
20VC: Mac the VC on the Journey from Homeless To Becoming A VC, What It Takes To Raise a Fund on Twitter, Why the Venture World is F***** Up and How Institutional LPs Need To Change

The Twenty Minute VC: Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 37:39


McKeever "Mac" Conwell II is the founder and managing partner of RareBreed Ventures, a pre-seed fund that invests outside of large tech ecosystems, with a concentrated portfolio approach being the first check with up to $250K. Mac's journey into venture is nothing short of inspirational, Mac went from being homeless to being an engineer to founding his own companies to today, raising Rarebreed largely on Twitter. In Today's Episode with Mac the VC You Will Learn: 1.) How Mac went from being homeless to becoming an engineer and starting his own company? How did his time operating lead to his becoming a VC and building his Twitter brand? 2.) What are the biggest ways that venture is messed up today? Why does Mac believe it does not matter about getting into hot deals? Why does Mac believe that the brand of the VC that does your round does not matter? Does Mac see the leading venture brands investing outside SF and NYC? What elements of an investment compel them more than others? 3.) In the wake of the George Floyd event, who does Mac note did not say anything? How does Mac want to see diversity introduced at the institutional LP level? What does Mac believe institutional LPs care about? What can institutional LPs do structurally to allow themselves to invest in the next generation of emerging managers? 4.) Why does Mac not like AngelList Rolling Funds? How did he structure his fund in a creative way? How does Mac feel about the requirements for GP commits? How did Mac use Twitter very specifically to raise his fund? Which people went out of their way to help him? What were some of the biggest takeaways from those discussions? Item's Mentioned In Today's Episode with Mac the VC Mac's Favourite Book: Why Should White Guys Have All the Fun?: How Reginald Lewis Created a Billion-Dollar Business Empire

Darin Batchelder’s Real Estate Investing Show
How To Level Up From B/C Assets To High Quality Institutional Properties With Viacheslav Davidenko [DB071]

Darin Batchelder’s Real Estate Investing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 67:45


Are you looking to invest in multifamily properties? David is invested in 27 deals and over 5,000 multifamily units, 3,500 as an LP and 1,500 as a GP. He skipped single family and went right into multifamily. He started with B/C value add deals and now is focused on high quality institutional properties. David is a big believer in having the right mindset to go big and is focused on building the right team! He continues to push the boundaries of what's possible for investors like you! If this sounds like something that interests you then listen in to hear how David did it! For links and resources discussed in this episode, please visit our show notes at https://darinbatchelder.com/institutional-properties  

1A
Allegations Of Harassment, Institutional Failures, And The NWSL

1A

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:27


A major investigation by The Athletic has brought accusations of sexual and verbal harassment by coaches in the National Women's Soccer League to light.It prompted a weekend of game cancellations and calls for change. And when players returned to the field again last week, it was not to play as usual. How was this allowed to happen? And where does the league go from here?Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
Rapid Response: Overcoming institutional hurdles, w/ U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee CEO Sarah Hirshland

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 33:58


In the last year, Sarah Hirshland has had to face one daunting issue after another as the CEO of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee – each of which have required urgent, in-the-moment decisions. Most recently Sarah mandated that U.S. athletes be vaccinated against COVID-19 to participate in the upcoming Beijing winter games. But that's just the latest of a slew of cultural issues she's been tasked to act on. She's faced pandemic disruptions, social action protests, sexual misconduct scandals, mental health stress, and more. Through all of it, Sarah has been motivating her team around an evolving mission to reflect not just where America is as a country today but where it's going. Read a transcript of this interview at: mastersofscale.comSubscribe to the Masters of Scale weekly newsletter at http://eepurl.com/dlirtXSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.