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Inspired Nonprofit Leadership
173: What Does It Mean To Stabilize Your Nonprofit Funding? And How?

Inspired Nonprofit Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 37:28


My guest for this episode is Joanne Oppelt. During Joanne Oppelt's 30+ years working in the nonprofit arena, she has held positions from volunteer to executive director and turned consultant. Integrating fundraising with strategic planning, marketing, operations, and financial systems, she builds up organizational revenue streams, creating sustainable funding structures. She specializes in helping nonprofits improve their ROI and realize continuous net surpluses. She currently provides consulting services, multi-module online courses with private coaching, person-to-person fundraising advice, annual summits, virtual get-togethers, and weekly newsletters. Joanne is the author of six books and co-author of fourteen. She is a Certified Nonprofit Executive, Certified Development Executive, and Certified Nonprofit Consultant. She holds a master's degree in health administration and a bachelor's in education.   Here's what to expect during the episode: How can you build a sustainable nonprofit organization?  What are the four key components in achieving financial stability? How do you assess the financial condition of a nonprofit? What is the difference between an endowment and an investment fund?   Connect with Joanne Oppelt! Website: https://www.joanneoppeltcourses.com/ Email: joanne@joanneoppelt.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joanneoppelt/ Book: https://www.joanneoppeltcourses.com/high-roi-book-page   Go to https://hilandconsulting.org to get your free copy of 6 Steps You Must Know to Unleash the Potential of Your Nonprofit Board.   Mary's book is available on Amazon or wherever books are sold: Love Your Board! The Executive Directors' Guide to Discovering the Sources of Nonprofit Board Troubles and What to Do About Them.   Be sure to subscribe to Inspired Nonprofit Leadership so that you don't miss a single episode, and while you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated!     Let us know the topics or questions you would like to hear about in a future episode. You can do that, and follow us, on Facebook.   Connect with Mary! LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maryhiland Inspired Nonprofit Leadership Facebook Group: https://tinyurl.com/inspirednonprofitleadership Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hilandconsulting Website: https://www.hilandconsulting.org

MakingChips | Equipping Manufacturing Leaders
AS9100 Credentialing in 4 months? One Man's Success Story, 316

MakingChips | Equipping Manufacturing Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 39:38


AS9100 is a standardized quality management system for the aerospace industry. If a manufacturer wants to work in this field, they have to be AS9100 certified. The credentialing process is difficult to achieve quickly. Integrating it into your quality management system (QMS) can be even more time-consuming. In this episode of MakingChips, special guest John Jones shares how he used ProShop to speed up and complete the implementation in just 4 months. Listen to this episode for his strategies! Segments [2:52] What is the AS9100 credential? [6:29] Manufacturing news: Solar panels [9:41] What's happening in our lives [11:11] Learn all about John Jones [17:29] Implementing AS9100 into ProShop [25:04] John's experience being audited [31:44] Learn about ProShop's Flying Start Package Resources mentioned on this episode Get The Boring Bar Newsletter - Text CHIPS to 38470 to subscribe! Check out the IMTS 2022 Investor Forum Biden invokes Defense Production Act to boost solar panel manufacturing Find buyers and suppliers at Thomas Become a supplier with Xometry ProShop Flying Start Package Paul Van Metre Clinkenbeard John Jones on LinkedIn Connect With MakingChips www.MakingChips.com On Facebook On LinkedIn On Instagram On Twitter On YouTube

The Creative Psychotherapist
Encore Episode 12 61 | Nicole Porter Davis | The Creative Process of the Creative Arts Trauma Therapist

The Creative Psychotherapist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 58:20


FEATURED GUESTS: Nicole Porter Davis, ATR-BC, LCAT is the Former Director of Child therapy following the Sandy Hook School Massacre in Newtown, Ct, now a pandemic parent of a young child she finds herself producing “You and Us” a Virtual band of children's rock n roll. Integrating the music as a healing arts mechanism for change. Nicole Porter established the Emerald Sketch as the first mental health response program post Newtown tragedy in 2013. Since, she teaches globally and aids communities post horror to build sustainable creative arts trauma therapy services. She has co-authored the 1st Edition trauma response "Manual” for The Red Pencil 2018, and is the Playwright & Solo Performer to An American Nightmare, Hudson Guild Theater, NYC Summer Theater Festival 2019. Her favored Emerald Sketch projects this pandemic include “Black Children Matter” and “Art therapy for India” for the most up to date happenings you can always access her instagram @emeraldsketchart or website emeraldsketch.com. She is also the upcoming President of the New York Art therapy Association. Porter has been here before, in our Special Series on Trauma Response, where we discuss the various sequences applied post trauma for clients enrolled in the Emerald Sketch. Now we will reflect on her latest project "You and Us" taking those phases, writing, and recording an album! Two songs have been launched! One more on the way, an entire album on Valentine's Day! She is a true Renaissance woman… LISTEN & LEARN: How Nicole came up with the idea to translate the trauma treatment sequence into songs. The benefit of creative processing as a creative arts therapist. How the therapist's creative expression has the capacity to create a healing impact outside the therapy room. RESOURCES MENTIONED ON THE SHOW: Find Nicole at www.emeraldsketch.com on Instagram @emeraldsketchart Listen to "Social Connection" by "You & Us" on Spotify

Complex Trauma Recovery; We Are Traumatized M***********s
17. Internalizing Triggers, Dis-integrating from Your Real Self

Complex Trauma Recovery; We Are Traumatized M***********s

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 21:13


When we're continually around a certain stimulus that creates predictable, psychonoxious brain responses inside of us... what happens? Well, over time, you might bring that stimulus inside yourself. And it's all a shitshow from there. If we can't get away from whatever is riling up a head, we might be activating certain "hotspots" of brain activity. Dense areas with many connections that are less linked with other brain cells. And over time, those pieces of your self... might become more dominant than your full, real, true personality. Today, we're talking about losing your self to dis-integrated brain bits under continual stimulus control. Cuz it's not enough to lose your emotions, lose your physical condition, and lose your will to live. We also over-commit until we lose our selves. Want to learn more about disassociation, parts, and re-integration of yer self? Hit the private feed at patreon.com/traumatizedmotherfuckers for dozens of shows on the topics. Wondering about how you know when it's time to call it quits? Hit up the supplemental episode, "When is it time to leave a situation?" To get snarky about these trauma talks, check instagram @traumatized.motherfuckers. And if this conversation helped you understand a bit about your own brain, send a review and subscribe? It really helps a Fucker out. Your Self is waiting to rise up. See you in the fckn Fort. Cheers MF, Jess --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/complextrauma/message

PVRoundup Podcast
Integrating Gun Safety Into Medical School Curricula

PVRoundup Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 4:54


Should medical schools include gun-related content in their curricula? Find out this and more in today's PV Roundup podcast.

Dietitian Boss with Libby Rothschild MS, RD, CPT
How Business Automation Helps You Work Less and Make More (what you need to not work harder)

Dietitian Boss with Libby Rothschild MS, RD, CPT

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 12:55


In this episode, Dietitian Boss Method creator and CEO Libby Rothschild and Director of Operations and Operations coach Sara talks about automation in your online business, role of operations, and what manager and director of operations do. “ Integrating in making something communicate from A to B in the online space is part of the operational role, making things communicate and we cannot run an online business without understanding how to make things work . “ What you'll learn from this episode: What you don't know on the back end in creating a business focusing on passive income? Why is automation important and needed in running a business without sacrificing profit? Why is it imperative that we have someone on the team running automation and handling it? Tips on how to use automation that is most effective. Making strategic actions in managing business. How to learn to integrate technology? Creating a subscription and membership. Connect with Libby: Instagram: @libbyrothschild | @dietitianboss  YouTube: Dietitian Boss Are you ready to start your journey? Book a call to learn more about the Dietitian Boss Group Coaching program.

Talk Talent To Me
Robust Intelligence VP of People & Talent Riffat Jaffer

Talk Talent To Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 26:34


  Today we are joined by VP of People and Talent at Robust Intelligence, Riffat Jaffer. Listening to Riffat tell the story of her career journey and her 15 years of experience in the industry, we begin to understand what has cultivated her immense passion for talent acquisition and employee experience.  Along the way, we hear all about her challenges, triumphs, and experiences in companies that shaped the path she is on today. This episode is full of advice, stories, and takeaways that will change your perspective on hypergrowth within a business, the normalization of internal hiring processes, and the importance of growth potential. Key Points From This Episode: A look into the HR role Riffat plays in Robust Intelligence.  Looking at Riffat's career background in the talent acquisition industry.  The journey Riffat has followed to end up at Robust Intelligence.  Understanding why Riffat prefers working within smaller, rather than larger, companies. The ways Riffat solves problems at smaller companies with fewer resources.  The functioning, working, and scaling of recruiting in different sized businesses. Understanding when and how to normalize processes within your business.  The technical debt of not having a uniform and normalized interview process. Looking at a company's potential for successful hypergrowth.  How to assess a company's potential for hypergrowth. The elements of Riffat's job that she is passionate about. Looking at characterizing people, their motivations, and their love for their jobs.  An important reminder to remember growth potential when hiring. Tweetables:   “We hire people that want to do more than their core job. So, at startups, the mindset is always, we can do anything, and we can do it better.” — @staffingqueen [0:08:13]   “Think about diversity and make sure that your positions are being looked at and applied to by a diverse group of candidates.” — @staffingqueen [0:12:19]   “Integrating both employee experience as well as the recruiting cycle is really critical and essential.” — @staffingqueen [0:20:03]   “Figuring out where each candidate is in [their] journey really helps make them successful once they're in the job.” — @staffingqueen [0:22:44]   Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:   Riffat Jaffer Email Riffat Jaffer on LinkedIn Riffat Jaffer on Twitter Robust Intelligence Robust Intelligence on LinkedIn Sequoia Capital Wealthfront Google Talk Talent to Me Hired

The Startup Operator
EP 179 : Pioneering the Drone Revolution - Ankit Mehta (Co-founder & CEO, Ideaforge Technology)

The Startup Operator

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 46:21


Ankit is the co-founder and CEO of Ideaforge, a pioneer in the drone manufacturing space. Founded in 2007, Ideaforge spearheaded the creation of the drone technology space in India. In this episode Ankit spoke about creating a category and building full stack solutions, the future of drones in India and what it will take for the mainstream adoption drones and more in his conversation with Roshan Cariappa. Topics: 00:00 Introduction 01:42 Going from Idea to Product to Company with Ideaforge 04:41 How B2B startups differ from consumer startups 07:54 Building a Full stack solution 11:42 Integrating with the ecosystem 13:46 Advice to founders operating in a nascent category 16:54 Ideaforge's Customer Acquisition process 21:11 Building with the customers 24:40 Do's and Don't of working with Govt. agencies 27:13 The Future of Drones in India 31:05 Mainstream adoption of drones 34:39 Fundraising and Developing talent in a hardware startup 40:04 What's next for Ideaforge 42:34 How is Ankit Preparing for the next leap? 44:44 Books and podcast recommendation ------------------------------------- Click HERE to get regular WhatsApp updates. ------------------------------------- Connect with Ankit : LinkedIn | Twitter ------------------------------------- Connect with Us: LinkedIn | Twitter ------------------------------------- If you liked this episode, let us know by hitting the like button and share with your friends and family. Please also remember to subscribe to our channel and switch on the notifications to never miss an episode!

RSA Conference
What is DevSecOps and why is it important?

RSA Conference

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 18:23


Integrating security into the development lifecycle can be a challenge, especially for those who don't understand why security matters to development and operations. What's the ROI of DevSecOps? What are the key KPIs? Join us for an insightful conversation that explains why DevSecOps is important while shining a spotlight on some DevSecOps bloopers to avoid. Our guests will also expose the cost of bad DevSecOps and offer suggestions for how to measure developers on security. Speakers: Keenan Skelly, CEO, Shadowbyte Stephanie Simpson, Vice President of Product, SCYTHE

The Regenerative Agroforestry Podcast
#41 The transition to Regen Ag and Belgian alley cropping trials with Soil Capital Farming

The Regenerative Agroforestry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 111:08


Thomas Lecomte and Guillaume Sneessens are agronomists and experts in the field of regenerative agriculture. Through Soil Capital Farming, they both manage and consult a significant amount of acreage. Thomas and Guillaume both see an important role of agroforestry for their clients, integrating more and more perennial systems in farm transitions. We wanted to understand more about what a regenerative transition means to them, and the potential they see in trees. We were extremely well served, and could have kept talking for many more hours. As farm managers they have also started a 5ha alley cropping trial with walnuts and cereals. They go through the details of their design methodology and the key decisions they made. This episode is divided in two parts - check the table of contents for more details. Enjoy! TABLE OF CONTENTSPart I - Regenerative Transition 02:24 Personal journeys12:06 Soil Capital Farming's mission19:05 Does a transition to Regen Ag mean a loss of yields? 23:52 Initial steps for the transition of a farm35:53 Barriers to transition to Regen Ag42:48 Selling Regen Ag produce53:08 Where does agroforestry fit in the farm system? Part II - Alley Cropping Trial01:03:22 Alley cropping trial plot in Belgium 01:15:50 Challenge of diversifying knowledge01:24:57 Funding of the alley cropping system01:29:39 Labour costs 01:35:14 Scaling agroforestry systems 01:46:13 Integrating agroforestry into a global design of the farm • RESOURCEShttps://www.soilcapitalfarming.ag/https://www.instagram.com/soilcapfarming/• GET IN TOUCH www.regenerativeagroforestry.org• SUPPORT US www.gumroad.com/regenagroforestry• FOLLOW US on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram• FUNDING FOR EUROPEAN PROJECTS https://explore.ecosia.org/regenerative-agriculture See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

She Turned Entrepreneur
There is Only One You: How This Burnout Coach Learned to Claim Her Uniqueness! with Elizabeth Collins

She Turned Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 26:38


Burnout isn't an overnight phenomenon. It compounds slowly – often imperceptibly – over time and when it shows up can often be crippling. That's where Elizabeth Collins – aka “The Burnout Witch” – comes in. On this episode of She Turned Entrepreneur we hear about her journey from an education and early career in western-based health care to an evolving eastern practice that includes acupuncture and tarot cards. It's a very specific niche that Elizabeth fully owns, and she coaches others in the integrative and functional medicine space to do the same! Entrepreneurship starts with knowing ourselves, our values and the value we bring to the world, so much of Elizabeth's practice is devoted to establishing that clear sense of self and boundaries. She uses values exercises (links for which are provided) and also offers key strategies for staving off encroaching burnout. Something as simple as a coffee mug that makes you smile can serve a protective function. Without intentionality, our bodies and spirits are subject to burnout. So whether we come to entrepreneurialism deliberately or, like Elizabeth, through a somewhat meandering path, it's critically important that we protect our core beliefs. “It took me a long time to learn who I am in order to know what I need in my business,” she says. Once our mission is clearly defined, we're freed up to bring our best – and truest – selves to the fore! Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Entrepreneurship can be something you land on by chance rather than by design.· Do you have burnout? There are therapies to help you recover. · If you've tried to meditate without success, it may be your brain is stuck in overwhelm.· Set intentional boundaries that recognize intrusion and minimize burnout.· The Power of a Coffee Mug: Creating a safe space helps fend off burnout.· Answering texts at midnight? It's perfectly normal to have standard business hours. In fact, your clients will respect you for it.· Ready to live into your values? Here's a step-by-step Values Exercise.· Here's a social media tip: If creating content exhausts you, consider tagging screen shots of work you endorse and adding your own take on why it's worthwhile.· Whatever product, skill or service you offer is uniquely your own – so brand it that way! Here's a quick look into the episode:· Elizabeth's early experience working within the traditional western health care framework morphed into an interest in alternative integrative techniques for sustained wellness.· Acupuncturists are de facto entrepreneurs because they constitute a small sector without well-defined platforms.· About the blend of functional medicine, acupuncture and coaching that Elizabeth offers.· A closer look at burnout: o Prevention looks like:§ Modulating diet.§ Integrating exercise.§ Meditation.§ Curating a safe, comfortable environment.o Treatment looks like:§ Finding ways to undo damage that shuts down brain function.§ Addressing underlying physiological and emotional imbalances.§ Assessing vitamin and mineral levels.§ Putting in place modest, small steps towards meditation.· How to distinguish the difference between burnout vs. general fatigue vs. depression:o Depression feels like a weighted blanket, tamping down everything.o Burnout tends to be more situational and tied to identifiable responses to things like the constant pinging of your email. · The challenges in jumping from a medical career into an entrepreneurial orientation:o Acupuncture practices aren't prevalent so there was no ready template.o Elizabeth's studies didn't include any business training.o It was all too easy to follow “accepted” business practices that were out of alignment with Elizabeth's values and interests.o Boundaries had to be set around things like business hours.· Elizabeth and Dori talk about the importance of establishing personal core values and parameters around things like networking and social media.· The more Elizabeth has embraced her very specific niche and mix of east-west orientation, the more successful she has been with her brand.· Advice for aspiring entrepreneurs and coaches in the wellness space:o Do a values exercise to establish priorities.o Get very clear about who you are and the boundaries you want to set. o Know deeply that what you offer the world is 100% unique.· Recommended Reading:o "The Bouncebackability Factor: End Burnout, Gain Resilience, and Change the World," by Caitlyn Donovan. And click here for a link for her free downloadable values exercise. o "Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience," by Brene Brown. And here's a link for her two-part values exercise. About Elizabeth:Elizabeth was a full time Emergency Medical Technician prior to obtaining her Master's degree from the Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental medicine in Seneca Falls, New York. She is trained in both Chinese and Japanese styles of acupuncture. She completed an internship at the world renowned Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, P.R. China, and has comprehensive training in Zheng Gu Tui Na bodywork from Tom Bisio, L.Ac. in New York City. Additionally, she studied the treatment of acute and chronic pain at the EASTMedicine Seminar Series at the University of Westminster, London, UK. With experience in both Western and Eastern spheres, she is committed to bringing a well-rounded, holistic approach to each patient encounter.

The Money Movement
Ep 61 | The Evolution of Payment Systems with Henrique Dubugras of Brex

The Money Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 33:31


The "growing pains" experienced by traditional financial institutions are acting as a natural catalyst for the digitalization and proliferation of new currency systems. As a result of new applications and technologies that can provide even faster, easier, and cost-effective payments, the entire ecosystem is set to undergo significant change. In this episode of The Money Movement, Jeremy is joined by Henrique Dubugras, Founder and Co-CEO at Brex* to discuss how they are influencing the financial management of business and the opportunities and limitations of fiscal decentralization. *Brex is a Circle customer They cover:

Secrets of Data Analytics Leaders
Integrating, Governing, and Consuming Data for the Machine Learning Lifecycle - Audio Blog

Secrets of Data Analytics Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 7:20


Data integration, governance, and consumption play a pivotal role in the machine learning lifecycle. New offerings from Informatica illustrate the types of tools data science teams need to handle data integration, governance, and consumption. Published at: https://www.eckerson.com/articles/integrating-governing-and-consuming-data-for-the-machine-learning-lifecycle

AcuSprout
ACU-032 Integrating Acupuncture In A Tribal Health Clinic with Michelle Jean Champion LAc.

AcuSprout

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 77:33


Acupuncture serving American Indians: Could this be your dream practice?Are you a new Acupuncturist and you are having trouble putting your finger on the pulse of your career choices? Here is one you may not have considered. Join me in this episode where I talk with Michelle Jean Champion LAc. about her journey to serving Indigenous People with Acupuncture and Asian Medicine and how you can similarly make an impact. today's guestMICHELLE JEAN CHAMPION LAC. , https://www.lcthc.com/about-us/providers/medical/michelle-champion-l.ac-m.s.o.m/ (LAKE COUNTY TRIBAL HEALTH CLINIC) AND https://www.cultivatewellnessstudio.com/ (CULTIVATE WELLNESS STUDIO) Michelle Jean Champion, L.Ac., M.S.O.M, practices Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, Herbalism, bodywork and teaches classes that empower students with wisdom and tools for wellness. She graduated with a masters of science in Oriental Medicine from Samra University and was licensed by the State of California to practice Acupuncture in 2008. Michelle founded and practiced clinical Acupuncture at Cultivate Wellness Studio in Mendocino County for 13 years. She moved to Lakeport and began serving the Lake County community in February 2019. Her gentle and caring healing arts style is dynamic and provides her patients the ability to ease into sessions, offering profound multi-level shifts towards wellness. She is grateful for the opportunity to serve you, the Lake County Tribal Health community. You are invited to schedule your next Acupuncture appointment with her today! you'll learnMichelle's journey to becoming an Acupuncturist and Herbalist for a Lake County Tribal Health. How she has educated her western medical team members about Acupuncture and Asian Medicine. How she structured her practice, a snapshot of her day and what her business responsibilities look. How she negotiated her pay. The most common chief complaints she treats and what her patient flow is like. How her position has changed and transformed since she started working there. resourceshttps://www.uihi.org/urban-indian-health/about-urban-indian-health-organizations/ (Urban Indian Health Institute) https://www.hrsa.gov/opa/eligibility-and-registration/health-centers/tribal-urban-indian/index.html (Tribal and Urban Indian Health Centers) https://www.ihs.gov/ (Indian Health Service) https://www.acusprout.com/jane (Jane) Electronic Medical Records. Use this link to get your first month free! Follow AcuSprout on https://www.instagram.com/acusprout/?hl=en (Instagram) and https://www.facebook.com/acusprout (Facebook)

She Turned Entrepreneur
Getting Unblocked: This Coach Helps Women Recover Authenticity - and Joy! with Nicole Laino

She Turned Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 26:48


It makes sense that from early on Nicole Laino aspired to become an actor. She was born curious about human behavior and how identities work. Lucky for us, she is sharing her journey on this episode of She Turned Entrepreneur, from pursuing entertainment to Wall Street project management to ultimately integrating her many talents to found Peak-Performance Coaching. Nicole helps ambitious women dig deep and break free from long-standing, embedded patterns that do not serve. “Your subconscious finds cunning and creative ways that seem very productive and plausible for you to stay right where you are,” she says. It's all too easy to fall into this addictive trap, in which all manner of “legitimate” excuses keep us from uncovering our truest desire, sense of purpose and agency. Tapping into her own entrepreneurial experience founding a software startup, Nicole understands exactly where talented women can tend to bog down. She's sharing actionable tips for breaking that cycle as well as tools for finding flow. What does that mean? It's about getting quiet and digging deep in order to “open the floodgates” of creativity and productivity. You may want to change your business in some way, but this kind of coaching also changes lives. Nicole is inviting us to let ourselves be exceptional! Interested in learning more about Nicole's Human Design Chart? Click here. And you can find her Limitless Entrepreneur Podcast here. Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Don't think your passion can pay? Yes, it can! You just need to figure it out.· Do you tend to separate your right- and left-brain talents? Integrating different creative energies and aptitudes yields powerful entrepreneurial results.· Have you invited your creative side out to play? Drop the filter and say “yes”!· Feeling stuck? Consider the possibility that you're energetically blocked. There's help!· Want something more than a horoscope or Myers-Brigg result? Try Human Design!· Feeling gridlocked? Slow down and allow some mental white space.· Investigate with curiosity whatever feelings you're harboring. Why are they there?· Remember: We're often more comfortable sticking with the known, even when it's counter-productive. · Recommended Reading: "The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level," by Gay Hendricks.· Putting other people's needs above your own? Ask why! (Coaching can really help …)· What's Next for Nicole? o Doing more of what she loves, which is coaching women. o A book is starting to take shape!o Her podcast provides strategy and practical tools for building a business + the energetic and mindset elements that are a big piece of the puzzle. Here's a quick look into the episode:· Nicole shares her journey from aspiring actor to Wall Street project manager, the bumps along the way and ultimately her surrender to an intuition that was there all along.· By welcoming in her creative side, Nicole got clues to the future she could make.· Nicole's Clients: Entrepreneurs, service providers, creative people who have the strategy and structure but are energetically blocked.· We've convinced ourselves that we need to be more, but Nicole is all about helping her clients see that they are enough right now.· Two reasons women often have difficulty accepting their truest essence:o They strive to do so much that they override their own innate value and contributions to teams.o Their central nervous systems shut down, locked in disempowering narratives.· Feeling stuck? Here are some actionable tips to help you get back in the flow:o Slow down and allow your feelings as well as some psychic space!o Use Human Design to figure out who you are and how to operate.o Really look at your feelings and be intentional about opening emotional flow.o Refrain from self-criticism, which can be an addictive response to feeling. · The familiar feels safe, but that in no way means its healthy or serves your purpose.· About the “Safe Zone,” that place our subconscious uses to keep us comfortable. Growth beyond our protective boundaries is where true comfort lies.· Self-sabotage is tricky and often elusive. Coaching can really help uncover covert patterns and defaults. About Nicole:Nicole Laino is a startup Founder, Business Strategist & Peak Performance Coach. She's also a Rapid Relief Technique & NLP Practitioner, the host of the Limitless Entrepreneur Podcast, and a self-proclaimed "Type-A Hippie". She helps ambitious women harness their feminine energy and break free from subconscious patterns of perfectionism and over-analyzing so they can sell and serve at their highest level - without burning out.

Art and Cocktails
Integrating Art & Social Commerce: Michael Facchinello

Art and Cocktails

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 19:10


Alicia guest hosts an interview with the Founder of Altamira, Michael Facchinello. Altamira is a platform serving contemporary artists from around the world, empowering them to make a living and fostering community between artists, critics, collectors, and fans. We learn about Michael's background in art & technology and how he sought to combine the two to help boost artist's careers on their own terms.  https://altamira.art/

The Gold Collar Investor
TGCI 193: Turning real GOLD to everyday use money! Using GlintPay

The Gold Collar Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 40:33


In today's show, Pancham interviews Jason Cozen - a qualified architect with 20 years of experience and the founder of Glint. Who would've imagined that paying with gold instead of cash is possible? Jason has established the 1st digital gold currency, through Glint, by incorporating gold purchases with electronic payments in one platform! With over 120,000 registered users, he continues to pursue his vision of providing everyone equal opportunities to prosper by making gold more accessible! Intrigued by the idea of using gold as your everyday money? Check out this episode as he shares the process of how their platform works, why gold works against inflation, and how they made it possible! Don't miss out on this opportunity and learn how you can bring gold closer to you! Listen and enjoy the show!   Quote: “Gold is valued globally, by everybody nearly all over the world. There is nothing else like it. And with Glint's technology, you can now use it as everyday money.” Timestamped Shownotes: 0:42 - Pancham introduces Jason to the show 3:05 - On building Glint and realizing gold as the ultimate store of value 9:26 - Why gold is considered a good hedge against inflation 15:33 - Integrating physical gold and electronic payments through the Glint app 21:24 - On their revenue streams and having a cost-effective system 23:29 - Enhancing user experience through their value-added services 28:31 - Why you should make the switch to gold currency 32:56 - Taking the Leap Round 32:56 - On starting investing in himself and setting up his business 33:33 - Fears he overcame when he started his entrepreneurship journey 34:43 - Why constant failures should always be expected 37:03 - Why investors should believe in themselves and in their skills 38:41 - How you can connect with Jason 3 Key Points: Using gold as everyday money has been made possible by Glint by creating a platform wherein you can make buy physical gold and make transactions with it. Gold is a good way to protect yourself against inflation as it is constant, unlike dollars or pounds which generally fluctuate in value. What makes Glint different is that it lets you buy a piece of a physical gold bar that will be allocated solely to you and will not be put at risk. Get in Touch: Glint Website - https://glintpay.com/ Glint LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/glint-pay/ Glint Youtube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/Glint Glint Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/glintpay/ Glint Twitter - https://twitter.com/glintpay Jason Cozens Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/glintceo/ Jason Cozens Twitter - https://twitter.com/jasoncozens The Gold Collar Investor Club - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - p@thegoldcollarinvestor.com

Flaunt Your Fire
Integrating What We Have Learned with Erica Courdae

Flaunt Your Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 35:26


In brand visibility work, so often the focus is on the tangibles, the things we need to learn. But it's also incredibly important to take the time to integrate what we've learned. What becomes possible when you take the time and space to revisit that new information and figure out how to incorporate it into your life, your business, your brand, and your visibility? Erica Courdae interviews India about what she's been learning and integrating. In this discussion: How integration can require letting go in order to become who you want to be How pushing back against hustle culture intersects with imposter syndrome and perfectionism Why you need to exhale your creative ideas How India is decolonizing her work and life Connect with India Jackson and Flaunt Your Fire: Flaunt Your Fire LinkedIn: ​​India Jackson Instagram: @FlauntYourFire Ready to dive deeper? How would your business change if you could attract new clients who shared your values, if you could get out of the hustle of content creation and focus on building meaningful relationships that turn passive followers into fans, fans into clients, and clients into lifelong referral sources? Every month inside Pause on the Play® The Community Erica and India host a live Q&A session where you can get live, individualized feedback and support so you can do exactly that. Membership gets you access to the live sessions, as well as replay videos from past Q&As, workshops, and community support. Resources: Listen to India and Erica's conversation about Consumerism and Essentialism Listen to Erica's thoughts on Reconnecting to What's Essential Listen to India's conversation with Ashley Gartland about Profitability Beyond Hustle Culture Listen to Erica's take on Imposter Syndrome Listen to Amenah Arman on Bad Art: Challenging the Negative and Perfectionist Narrative

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
2004: Developing and Integrating ML functionality Into Your Application

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 30:58


I recently discovered a company called Nykcel that develops an ML platform that allows anyone to develop and integrate ML functionality into their application quickly. So I invited Oscar Beijbom onto the podcast to learn more. He shares his story and some incredibly cool use cases that should give everyone listening to a little food for thought on the value this tech can offer. Oscar is the co-founder and ML lead at Nyckel. He has 20 years of experience shipping ML products for a wide range of products including self-driving cars, airbag bicycle helmets, coral reef monitoring, and microscopy. His academic work on deep learning has been cited over 5000 times and includes topics on object detection, domain transfer learning, and fine-grained visual categorization. We discuss how machine learning differs from artificial intelligence and how entrepreneurs can use machine learning to accelerate the growth of their companies. He also shares tips on how developers can improve the accuracy of their machine learning model.

Transformations with Tara
The Money Tree

Transformations with Tara

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 44:46


Tara Sutphen CHt and Jason D. McKean CHt will discuss “The Money Tree”Money Meditation: Really Relax into a comfortable posture, breathe deeply and the money tree looms before you. Your assignment is to create a resolve by keeping your mind moving forward in a reassuring direction. Quieting your inner chatter. Calmly listening to your emotional harmony on a deeper level. Tuning into your heart beating. Integrating with the natural sounds around you. Attune… to you and your inner light.Breathe deeply and see the beautiful golden tree before you. The only thing that matters right now is your breathe and heart rate. You will be receptive upcoming of handling each new experience in an effective and conflict-free way. Solutions about money will easily appear before you. As you practice conscious living and true attunement to inner and outer prosperity. Come Join Us on FB LIVE “Tara Sutphen" Page 9am PST/Noon EST #iHeartRadio #Spotify #tarasutphen #tarainsight #PsychicPhenomena #TVGuestpert #jasondmckean #omtarotwizard #creativeprocess #moneymagnet #moneytree #magneticallyattract #paranormal #Spiritual #spiritualhealer #metaphysics #unlockstress #inspiredliving #empowerment

Living Mirrors with Dr. James Cooke
Integrating nondual insight into one's life | Living Mirrors #96

Living Mirrors with Dr. James Cooke

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 19:20


This week I share some thoughts on integrating nondual insight into everyday life.

BrainTap Business Journal
Achieve Ultimate Health with QiCoil

BrainTap Business Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 33:53


This week Dr. Porter sits down with David Wong to discuss PEMFs and how they affect us. David is a wellness technology innovator, martial artist, musician, qi gong practitioner, author, keynote speaker, and visionary entrepreneur. He is the founder of Qi Life--a company that develops cutting-edge technologies for personal wellness. His charismatic vision is a future where anyone can access the benefits of qi energy immediately and effortlessly. His own personal journey of transformation began when he self-healed from an incurable digestive disease that he had for over ten years - achieved with only frequency and energy devices. This led him to invent the Qi Coil™ frequency technology together with a training program, “The Transformation System” that allows for effortless mind and body wellness, balance, happiness, and the ability to manifest ideas into reality. Integrating multidisciplinary sciences, he continues to develop revolutionary digital technologies that enhance personal wellness - such as QiEnergy.Ai. His life-long passion is continual self-transformation to achieve his full potential while helping other truth seekers transform themselves quickly and easily. David currently resides in Canada, and spends his free time practicing qi gong meditation, piano, and martial arts (as a 3rd generation Bruce Lee student) with his two dogs at the park. What you'll learn: • What frequencies PEMFs are and how they affect you • How healing occurs using PEMFs • How to stack your hacks • How to use PEMFs to maximize your practice Links: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DavidWongQiLifeMastery?sub_confirmation=1&via=tb Twitter: https://twitter.com/QiLifeMastery Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidwong/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/QiLifeMastery Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidwongmastery Discord: https://discord.gg/Nck9tAf3 SAAS: https://www.qienergy.ai Store: https://www.qilifestore.com 
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Empowered Patient Podcast
Integrating Virtual Healthcare into the Patient Care Continuum with Dr. Kimberly Kilby MVP Health Care TRANSCRIPT

Empowered Patient Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022


Dr. Kimberly Kilby is the Vice-President and Medical Director of Health and Wellbeing at MVP Health Care. Trained as a family and preventive physician, Kimberly is focused on the patient journey and expanding the options for virtual care. MVP collaborates with virtual care providers and other digital health solutions, supporting virtual primary care, urgent care, chronic care management, and specialty care. Kimberly explains, "We want to be sure that patients are finding options for virtual care that are actually high-quality medicine but also thoughtfully integrated into the rest of their care continuum. That's part of the professional reason why a physician is dedicated to that key customer experience as you expand options in the virtual care space." "A lot of the data is showing that patient and consumer preferences within healthcare have obviously changed dramatically, and patients are looking for more convenience and availability. And I'm really charged with determining which of the innovative options people are migrating to are actually high value and improve care and don't really add waste to the system." @MVPHealthCare #DigitalHealth #Telemedicine #VirtualPrimaryCare #VirtualUrgentCare MVPHealthCare.com Listen to the podcast here

Empowered Patient Podcast
Integrating Virtual Healthcare into the Patient Care Continuum with Dr. Kimberly Kilby MVP Health Care

Empowered Patient Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 18:00


Dr. Kimberly Kilby is the Vice-President and Medical Director of Health and Wellbeing at MVP Health Care. Trained as a family and preventive physician, Kimberly is focused on the patient journey and expanding the options for virtual care. MVP collaborates with virtual care providers and other digital health solutions, supporting virtual primary care, urgent care, chronic care management, and specialty care. Kimberly explains, "We want to be sure that patients are finding options for virtual care that are actually high-quality medicine but also thoughtfully integrated into the rest of their care continuum. That's part of the professional reason why a physician is dedicated to that key customer experience as you expand options in the virtual care space." "A lot of the data is showing that patient and consumer preferences within healthcare have obviously changed dramatically, and patients are looking for more convenience and availability. And I'm really charged with determining which of the innovative options people are migrating to are actually high value and improve care and don't really add waste to the system." @MVPHealthCare #DigitalHealth #Telemedicine #VirtualPrimaryCare #VirtualUrgentCare MVPHealthCare.com Download the transcript here

6 Figure Teacher with Tiffany Wallace
145. Power Episode: My Exact Productivity Process for Integrating Mom life and Work Life while still Producing Massive Growth & Success in my Business AND Life with Ease

6 Figure Teacher with Tiffany Wallace

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 24:22


Hello my Queen!   In today's power episode I'm giving you my exact productivity process that I use to build the business AND life of my dreams. If you want a simple system that will give you structure, flexibility and more peace, presence and progress - this episode is for you!   I hope you love it! xo, Tiffany   REPLAY: “3 Codes to Unlock your Playbook to BEing, DOing and Having it ALL Masterclass https://youtu.be/QRz8jlfMP6s   The Time Expander Program: Lead your Time, Lead your Life - OPEN for Enrollment: Learn More HERE: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/time-expander-1   Ready to reach your Next Level? Here are additional ways we can work together: https://tiffanygwallace.mykajabi.com/available-offers   Connect with us in our Well Integrated Woman Community - the Female Leadership, Productivity, Entrepreneur & Business FB Group → https://bit.ly/integrationsupportgroup   Learn more about Tiffany: https://www.tiffanygwallace.com/   Connect with me:   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanygwallace/ Facebook: https://bit.ly/supportwithtiffany LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tiffany-wallace-9123a2106/

Plant-Powered People Podcast
72. Integrating Plant-based Living into Cultural Traditions

Plant-Powered People Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 48:23


How can you veganize your culture's dishes that traditionally contain many animal products? It can sometimes be a challenge to maintain the flavors, but there is a way! Alexa Soto specializes in bringing her Mexican culture to the world through plant-based food, and she's here to give us her best tips on cooking plant-based versions of our culture's favorite dishes!   Show Notes: Mexican culture & mexican food How to enjoy & love your culture without sacrificing your plant-based lifestyle Dealing with pushback from family about being vegan Vegan swaps for items that are culturally significant Veganizing Mexican, American, and Jewish dishes How to tie your cultural identity into your plant-based food Tips for those trying to veganize their culture's family recipes Plant-based, wholefood swaps for animal products in our culture's dishes Learning to enjoy the flavors & textures of vegan ingredients Resources for vegan cultural dishes Tips for ordering a vegan dish at a traditional cultural restaurant Thank you to our sponsors, Maxine's Heavenly and Natreve   Resources: Alexa's Instagram Alexa's Tik Tok The Korean Vegan

Rodger That
EP 134 :: Integrating an End of Life Doula into Dementia Care :: Jane Euler

Rodger That

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 22:17


Wouldn't it be nice if we each had by our side a personal advocate, cheerleader, companion, guide, ear, and rock? This is the role of an end-of-life doula. Similar to birth doulas, they are nonmedical professionals offering emotional, spiritual, informational, and physical support. In her role as a doula, Jane Euler talks with Bobbi & Mike about how she can be a listening ear, compassionate partner, and advocate for families on the journey of serious illness and end-of-life.  Don't forget to subscribe, download, and review to share your thoughts about the show! To find out more about Bobbi and Mike or the inspiration behind this podcast, Rodger That, head over to rodgerthat.show. ***************************************** Rodger That is produced by Missing Link—a podcast media company that is dedicated to connecting people to intelligent, engaging and informative content.  Also in the Missing Link line-up of podcasts, is The Designated Drinker Show —a high-spirited show featuring craft cocktails and lively banter with the people who create (and quaff) them. Now, if you are looking for a whole new way to enjoy the theatre, check out Between Acts—an immersive audio theatre podcast experience. Each episode takes you on a spellbinding journey through the works of newfound playwrights—from dramas to comedies and everything in between.

Cosmic Light Body
Integrating Our Multidimensional Galactic Consciousness With Ismael Perez

Cosmic Light Body

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 53:14


We are in the process of integrating our multidimensional galactic consciousness.  Each day, lightworkers are awakening to their soul's mission here on earth.  In this enlightening discussion, Ismael and Marc dive into the ascension process (integration process) that is happening on our planet, throughout our solar system, and our universe.   What can humanity expect next?  Who is the galactic federation?  Will there be a grand solar flash?  When will we experience New Earth?  Can we perceive parallel timelines and alternate realities?  These questions and more are answered in this video.Follow Ismael on Instagram here:   https://www.instagram.com/projectrestorationzion1/You can purchase Ismael's Book on Amazon here:  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09CRMMXVL/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_PNMT4FCA1GASGEJAEQ6ASubscribe to my YouTube Channel HERE.If you are interested in private Spiritual Coaching sessions with me, you can schedule directly on my website at https://soulintegrationcoach.com/

Inside Outside
Understanding Market Opportunity in the Longevity Economy with Susan Golden, Author of Stage (Not Age)

Inside Outside

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 18:24


On this week's Inside Outside Innovation, we sit down with Susan Golden, Author of the new book Stage (Not Age). Susan and I talk about the $22 trillion market opportunity in the emerging longevity economy from education to workforce to healthcare and housing. Let's get started. Inside Outside Innovation is the podcast to help the new innovators navigate what's next. Each week, we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage, and experiment with the best and the brightest innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Brian Ardinger: Welcome to another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. I'm your host, Brian Ardinger. And as always, we have another amazing guest. Today, we have Susan Golden, author of Stage (Not Age): How to Understand and Serve People Over 60, The Fastest Growing, Most Dynamic Market in the World. Welcome to the show, Susan. Susan Golden: Thank you so much for having me.Brian Ardinger: To give a little background. You've got a lot of experience in this particular space. You teach at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. You're a Mentor at Techstars Future of Longevity Accelerator. And a thought partner with Pivotal Ventures on their Caregiving Innovation Initiatives. I think the first question I'd like to ask is what drew you to this topic and exploring this $22 trillion market opportunity called the longevity economy.Susan Golden: Great question. I have a background in public health and then went into venture capital in life sciences and health services. And I actually took a career break, which is part of what the book is about. That many people are going be taking career breaks if they're living 100 year lives. And went back to school. And Stanford had just started a new program called the Distinguished Careers Institute, for people anywhere from their fifties to their eighties, come back and rethink what they want to do with the next chapters of their life. Because they're living much longer. And nobody should be thinking about retirement in their sixties because they have another 30 or 40 years to go.And I learned about longevity at Stanford. There's a wonderful center on longevity that is thinking about how do you plan for the 100 year life. And it's very dynamic and it's not just about the typical impression that most people have, that all older adults are elderly, declining, frail need a whole variety of services.Some will, and most of us will need something at some point in the end of our lives. But most people are going to be living very vibrant lives well into their eighties. And this has created a whole new economy that most people just don't know about. And particularly investors and innovators don't know about it.Traditionally, if I asked my venture capital friends, why aren't you investing in this? They would say, oh, this is about senior housing and fall prevention and medication management. And that's a piece of it, but there is now, as you said, a $22 trillion worldwide market right here in the United States.Right now, it's estimated to be about $8.6 trillion. As over 10,000 people are turning 65 every day and they're going to be living long lives. And over a third to a half of children being born today can expect to live to their 100s. And this longevity economy now includes all their spending, the stimulating new jobs that are being created for their products and services.And companies are beginning to rethink their longevity strategy. Not just for products and services, and how could they have a multi-generational. But also, how to have a workforce that's multi-generational. And how to take advantage of that. And most people don't realize that people over 50 have most of the wealth. They're responsible for 56% of consumer spending and 83% of wealth in the United States. So this is a gigantic market opportunity, gigantic innovation opportunity, and a great need to support healthy aging as our population is going to grow in this category. Brian Ardinger: So, with the fact that it is growing and there's this massive opportunity, what are the biggest misconceptions out there? Why do you think more people aren't exploring this at this point?Susan Golden: I don't think they fully understand the vibrancy that most older adults are in. And that they're in multiple stages. And they tend to lump all older adults in one category. All people 65 and older, or whatever demarcation one takes 70, 75 when there's great diversity in aging. And I think we should be thinking about ageless people. But more and what I argue for in the book about stage, some companies have done this well. They recognize what stage of life somebody is in. So, they may be in a re-purposing stage or transitioning out of one career to another. They may want continuous learning and educational opportunities as I, and all my colleagues who've done the DCI program at Stanford were in. To refocus what we want to do next and what are our life priorities. But there's other traditional consumer facing industries that people haven't thought how to reinvent them for people with longer lives and how to support their health span. And this includes housing alternatives and home modifications, fashion and accessories, education as we mentioned, entertainment, travel, you can think of that just virtually every consumer opportunity that is going to have a burgeoning longevity customer that needs to be understood. And so, understanding what stage somebody is in, will give you a much broader perspective about their needs. There may be a caregiving stage even. Brian Ardinger: In the book you talk about, you have five kinds of key stages. Can you walk through what those stages are? And what's important about them. Susan Golden: So, I came up with the concept of 18 life stages that could be divided into five quarters of life. And I know that's funky math. But people traditionally think about life in three stages, which is your education, your working stage, and then your retirement stage. And now I think we have to think much more broadly.So, I think about the first stage of life as sort of your growth stage. And when you're launching and you're first and beginning to experiment. And in your second quarter, you have different stages where you're doing continuous learning. You're developing some financial security. You might be caregiving, parenting, optimizing health. And then the third and fourth stages I think are what might be considered new. Which is, I call them the Renaissance Stage where you're reinventing what you're doing. You're repurposing, you're relaunching. You may be transitioning, may have a portfolio of things that you're doing as I do. You might be an entrepreneur or an “olderpreneur” as people often say. And then the later stages are maybe where some people think about more about their legacy planning for end of life. But people are living to 100. So, I put in a fifth quarter because we just don't know what that whole new paradigm is going to look like. And how people are going to be using those extra years. Brian Ardinger: Well, a lot of it has been driven by other parts of the economy as well, whether it's technology or healthcare and that that's literally changing the way we live. What are some of the trends or things that you've seen that are allowing folks to be more productive as they age? Susan Golden: Well, technology is certainly making a great change in the way we age and for the better. Technology services, anywhere from being able to access transportation more easily. It may not be wanting to drive yourself, but there's lots of transportation services and easy ways to get access to it. Uber, Lyft even have special programs to help you get to medical appointments and interface with medical system. We have delivery of virtually everything you can possibly think of. You can do online banking, but interestingly, not all older adults are digitally literate and that's another innovation opportunity. Other countries have national programs to make sure all older adults have active digital literacy training every single year, not just one, but multiple times. That's where we're seeing it. Tech in the home. We're going to see a lot of healthcare, not just during the pandemic, but continue to be telehealth services. People are thinking about remote health in the home going forward. And then working from home is creating all sorts of opportunities for older adults. Giving them enormous flexibility. We see tech really supporting caregivers. This is a whole new need because there are 48 million unpaid caregivers in the United States. And that's some of the work I do as a thought partner to Pivotal Ventures. They're actually supporting an entire accelerator through Techstars, just devoted for innovations to support unpaid caregivers in the United States. So, we're seeing an uptick and definitely more interest in this area. But most people, I would say most innovators and investors have not fully appreciated the enormous opportunities.Brian Ardinger: Well, and that's what I like about this book. It not only lays out in granular details, some of the opportunities that you're talking about, but it really is for entrepreneurs. It outlines a number of different market opportunities. It gives the lay of the land and a call to action for entrepreneurs to start tackling some of these types of problems and that, that are out there. Having said that, what are some of the opportunities that you're seeing startups get into and maybe what opportunities are being missed. Susan Golden: When people are coming into this industry, it's so big and so many different verticals you can focus on. It's better to focus on one and then expand. So sometimes I feel like companies are trying to solve every problem. And that can happen over time if you create a fabulous platform. But definitely focusing on a particular need, don't create a product that you think somebody will want to find out what the needs are.And I really advocate for multi-generational teams. I think as companies have a multi-generation workforce which is going to be inevitable as people are going to have 60-year career spans with caregiving breaks, optimally at different times of their lives. But learning what somebody needs, the mantra and the industry is designed with not for. So don't guess what an older adult will want, bring them into the conversation early on. And then companies that are, and entrepreneurs that have designed a product that's just for older adults and it calls out it's for you older person. And we could say that the stereotype there is big beige and boring is not the way to go. Is to create a product that might have still features that support an older adult's needs, but could potentially be a multi-generational product. And an example of that is OXO Kitchen Utensils. I don't know if you've ever purchased them, but they're very much designed to be easy on the hands. Great dexterity, compatibility. And they're good for young and old. And they're not sold at it's a multi-generational product. It's not sold just for older adults. It's not sold just for younger people. But too often marketers targeted the 18- to 34-year-old category. And if you broaden your perspective and think about older adults in a very vibrant, and different stages of their life, you will have a much larger market to address.Brian Ardinger: And I think you're seeing that in the marketing sense as well. Like you said, seems like most marketers always target that younger demographic. And some of the things that you're talking about, it's not even the age, it's a specific problem set. Which could, like you said, span different ages as the person grows and adapts. Talk a little bit about some of the products or services that you've seen or some of the trends that are most exciting to you. Susan Golden: The ones that are really catching my attention is new housing alternatives. Traditionally people thought everybody wanted to go to a senior retirement community, assisted living facility. And over 90% of adults want to age in what they call age in place. But their current home may not be ideal for them. It may have many steps. It may be too big. They may feel isolated. So, there are some new interesting housing companies, basically housing alternatives. And one is an example that came out of the Techstars Accelerator two years ago called Upside Home.And they rent apartments in buildings that are, multi-generational. Not just for old people. They fully furnish it so that it's compatible for an older adult. And this might be somebody who wants to spend three to six months in Florida or may want to get rid of their larger home. And it's no longer appropriate and have all the concierge type of products and services that come with apartment living, but they also have all the features that an older adult might need, including having access to caregiving as needed, transportation, food delivery. So, it's a really exciting new model that includes a variety of products. So, they started sort of like in one area and expanded to create a platform that provides now health services to those who live in their apartment complexes as well, which is really exciting. Home modification itself is a whole burgeoning industry. If people want to stay in their home. And so that it enables them to live longer and better and in a healthy way. That's one whole industry. And we're also seeing this in clothing and fashion. Whereas people let's say are active bike riders, but their current configuration of pockets and their clothing might not be ideal for their range of motion or if they have a rotator cuff issue. But you know, you could redesign it so that it meets the needs of an older adult. And that's just some of the things we're beginning to see as people look at a whole range of things. But education would be another whole burgeoning industry. I see a lot of great companies starting up as a way to help people find productive ways of staying engaged from a learning, but also contributing their talents.So older adults, teaching older adults. Older adults teaching younger. These are some really vibrant ways of creating community while somebody is aging in place to support them and make them feel very purposeful and connected. Which we know that social isolation, is one of the greatest risks of aging in your own home. And you have to stay connected in a purposeful way. And then helping older adults find work. Most older adults do want to work longer. They may not want to work in the same position for as many hours. They might want flexibility, but so to younger adults we're finding. And so, as a need very much so to help older adults get matched, where they can contribute and benefit society with all their talent and expertise and wisdom.Brian Ardinger: That's a great point. And we briefly talked about the fact that the workforce itself is changing, whether it's remote work or that. How do you see the corporate environment changing because of workforce and an age group that will be in the workforce for much longer? Susan Golden: I think companies that will do well, having a multi-generational workforce, will do so because they will have continuous learning opportunities for their entire workforce. Upskilling will be critical because things are changing so rapidly. There's a lot of companies right now that are offering wonderful “returnship” programs for people who do take care of giving breaks in particular, both men and women who may have been out anywhere from two years and more.And give them an opportunity to come back to the company they worked with. Retool, upskill, and then they're offered an opportunity to decide if they want to take a permanent position. And these are 16-week paid returnships. And this is happening in a lot of progressive forward-thinking companies.Companies are also providing upskilling just in terms of being financially literate. You cannot have successful aging if you've not planned for a longer life. And the financial services companies have done a particularly great job in this area. Not only for their clientele, Merrill Lynch is one company that I've written about that hired a financial gerontologists to help redesign their wealth management products. But also, to support their own employee. And have them planning for a much longer life.So, companies that do it, not just for the customer, but do it for their employees are the ones that are really going to distinguish themselves and utilize their multi-generational workforce to continue to modify products and services going forward that can benefit all sectors of the economy. Brian Ardinger: Absolutely. So, if I'm an entrepreneur out here listening to this broadcast, what are some of the resources or places to get more up to speed on this topic and others?Susan Golden: I would say, look at the book. And the book and in the appendix has a long list of accelerators, incubators, articles to read, and to familiarize yourself with all the design challenges, the industry newsletters, podcasts. It's a nascent industry, but it's still, most people don't know about it. So, I put in a long appendix with different resources. And check out the different accelerators like Tech Stars. ARP has an innovation lab, so you can see some of the companies that have been developed through these accelerators and launched. And get a flavor of where some of the needs are. But we don't know all the needs yet. This is new, old age is new. We don't know what everybody is going to need because there's going to be such diversity in aging. But we do know there's just a paucity of products and services to support healthy aging. And so that all people can live long lives with dignity and purpose. Brian Ardinger: We talked a little bit about the U S market and that. But are there other markets, obviously you hear about Japan and their aging population. Are there any insights that we can gain from looking at other countries and what they're doing when it comes to the population? Susan Golden: Yeah, I mean, some of the societies that have aged faster have a delayed retirement ages from mandatory retirement to much later. And I think that's a good practice. There's a lot of up-skilling that's going on in other countries. And the one that I mentioned earlier, digital literacy. Denmark does that. Israel does that. It's part of the fabric of respecting and integrating older adults into society. So, we can learn a lot from other countries. Singapore has a whole incubator around how to develop products and services to support longevity. And we have some very excellent programs happening on a state level. But we do not yet have national policies that fully support healthy aging, including paid family care leave acts because we need that people will need to take breaks for caregiving.There are 48 million unpaid caregivers in the United States. And many of them are women. And many of them have to take time off from their careers and then retool. Integrating that into a national strategy will be key to support healthy aging. Brian Ardinger: Well, Susan, I appreciate you coming on Inside Outside Innovation to share this new opportunity. It's going to be exciting times for sure. A lot of challenges, a lot of opportunities out there for folks to take a stab at. If people want to find out more about yourself or about the book Stage, Not Age, what's the best way to do that?Susan Golden: The website for the book is StageNotage.com and I welcome speaking and learning about any new opportunities that people may have.Brian Ardinger: Well, Susan, thank you again for coming on the podcast here. Super excited to see where this goes and looking forward to continuing the conversation. Susan Golden: Yeah, my pleasure. Thank you for having me.Brian Ardinger: That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company.  For more innovations resources, check out IO's Innovation Article Database, Innovation Tools Database, Innovation Book Database, and Innovation Video Database.  

The Good Morning Crypto Show
E76 | US Government Integrating Digital Assets, The Case For A $100 XRP

The Good Morning Crypto Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 61:54


Today on Good Morning Crypto…  We will be discussing… A proposal to fully integrate digital assets into our financial system is here, is this the moment 2021 crypto investors have been waiting for?  Avalanche (AVAX) Co Founder says the project is growing fast, despite the over 80% pullback from it's all time high, is this an ideal time to look into Defi?  The SEC is creating a gameshow to educate investors, and we show our listeners the chosen crypto currencies according to JP Morgan and the SEC.  A blockchain developer makes the case for a 100$ XRP in due time, while Another Ripple partner opens an ODL corridor allowing 54 Million new customers to use Ripplenet.   Gala Games makes a historic announcement and Institutions are loading up on Cardano (ADA) while Ethereum and BTC are being offloaded, we prepare our listeners for the bullrun of a lifetime. // Linqto https://www.linqto.com/?cjevent=b65ecbbec46011ec81b91b3a0a1c0e10 //// T H E 3 T W A R R I O R A C A D E M Y 3t Warrior Academy: https://www.3twarrioracademy.com https://www.3twarrior.com Free Discord: https://3twarrior.com/discord49541345 //// F O L L O W T H E T E A M // Official Twitter Account Twitter: https://twitter.com/3tGMCrypto // Abs  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/Abs3t/  // Mario | Node Defender https://linktr.ee/nodedefender Twitter: https://twitter.com/NodeDefender Youtube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCnld-Xvam562HFQDOIBwymw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/NodeDefender/ // Johnny Krypto https://linktr.ee/johnnykrypto Twitter: https://twitter.com/JohnnyKrypto00 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm-qyQNf1rnUaw6u20mKCVw // Gonzo Twitter: https://twitter.com/RobDog406 // Selman Twitter: https://twitter.com/geeinvesting YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/GeeInvesting // NFTtones: https://linktr.ee/NFTtones // Billy Twitter: https://twitter.com/WadkinsBilly TikTok: @Homeless2Humbled Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homeless2humbled_ //// #Crypto #CryptoNews #Bitcoin #BTC #Ethereum #ETH #XRP #CryptoCurrency #Finance #Talkshow #NewsShow #money #finance #Metaverse Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Good Risings
55.1. The Rising Sign: The Moon in Virgo and Integrating Virgo Wisdom

Good Risings

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 5:44


Good Risings is a mindset. Join Colin Bedell for a daily dose of Astrology. Presented By: Cavalry Audio.  Producers: Jason Seagraves & Margot Carmichael.    Audio Editing: Revision Sound. Music: Gramoscope Music.  Executive Producers: Colin Bedell, Dana Brunetti & Keegan Rosenberger.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com You can now search all of the Good Risings episodes on Fathom.fm/GoodRisings! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Tech Guy (Video HI)
Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1900

The Tech Guy (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 163:12


A Right to Repair law passes in New York. What are some alternative scanner software? What's the best way to integrate a newer TV into an older receiver? Can you recover deleted emails in iCloud? Laptop recommendations for basic computing needs. What's the easiest way to move files from a laptop to your iPhone? Why are a caller's outbound cellphone calls constantly failing? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Plus, catching up with Rod Pyle. Right to Repair law passed in New York. Right to Disconnect policy in Toronto. 32-bit vs 64-bit machines. Alternative scanner software. Integrating a new TV into an older receiver. Troubleshooting internet connectivity in rural America. Recovering deleted emails in iCloud. An informative story from a caller about Mint Mobile and Twitter. Laptop suggestions for basic computing needs. Moving files from a laptop to your iPhone. Rod Pyle and Voyager acting up & new moon suits. Why is a caller's outbound cellphone calls failing constantly? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Rod Pyle Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1900 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy Sponsors: linode.com/techguy itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

The Tech Guy (MP3)
Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1900

The Tech Guy (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 162:27


A Right to Repair law passes in New York. What are some alternative scanner software? What's the best way to integrate a newer TV into an older receiver? Can you recover deleted emails in iCloud? Laptop recommendations for basic computing needs. What's the easiest way to move files from a laptop to your iPhone? Why are a caller's outbound cellphone calls constantly failing? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Plus, catching up with Rod Pyle. Right to Repair law passed in New York. Right to Disconnect policy in Toronto. 32-bit vs 64-bit machines. Alternative scanner software. Integrating a new TV into an older receiver. Troubleshooting internet connectivity in rural America. Recovering deleted emails in iCloud. An informative story from a caller about Mint Mobile and Twitter. Laptop suggestions for basic computing needs. Moving files from a laptop to your iPhone. Rod Pyle and Voyager acting up & new moon suits. Why is a caller's outbound cellphone calls failing constantly? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Rod Pyle Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1900 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy Sponsors: linode.com/techguy itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
The Tech Guy 1900

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 162:27


A Right to Repair law passes in New York. What are some alternative scanner software? What's the best way to integrate a newer TV into an older receiver? Can you recover deleted emails in iCloud? Laptop recommendations for basic computing needs. What's the easiest way to move files from a laptop to your iPhone? Why are a caller's outbound cellphone calls constantly failing? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Plus, catching up with Rod Pyle. Right to Repair law passed in New York. Right to Disconnect policy in Toronto. 32-bit vs 64-bit machines. Alternative scanner software. Integrating a new TV into an older receiver. Troubleshooting internet connectivity in rural America. Recovering deleted emails in iCloud. An informative story from a caller about Mint Mobile and Twitter. Laptop suggestions for basic computing needs. Moving files from a laptop to your iPhone. Rod Pyle and Voyager acting up & new moon suits. Why is a caller's outbound cellphone calls failing constantly? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Rod Pyle Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1900 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/all-twittv-shows Sponsors: linode.com/techguy itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
The Tech Guy 1900

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 163:12


A Right to Repair law passes in New York. What are some alternative scanner software? What's the best way to integrate a newer TV into an older receiver? Can you recover deleted emails in iCloud? Laptop recommendations for basic computing needs. What's the easiest way to move files from a laptop to your iPhone? Why are a caller's outbound cellphone calls constantly failing? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Plus, catching up with Rod Pyle. Right to Repair law passed in New York. Right to Disconnect policy in Toronto. 32-bit vs 64-bit machines. Alternative scanner software. Integrating a new TV into an older receiver. Troubleshooting internet connectivity in rural America. Recovering deleted emails in iCloud. An informative story from a caller about Mint Mobile and Twitter. Laptop suggestions for basic computing needs. Moving files from a laptop to your iPhone. Rod Pyle and Voyager acting up & new moon suits. Why is a caller's outbound cellphone calls failing constantly? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Rod Pyle Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1900 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/all-twittv-shows Sponsors: linode.com/techguy itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

Radio Leo (Audio)
The Tech Guy 1900

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 162:27


A Right to Repair law passes in New York. What are some alternative scanner software? What's the best way to integrate a newer TV into an older receiver? Can you recover deleted emails in iCloud? Laptop recommendations for basic computing needs. What's the easiest way to move files from a laptop to your iPhone? Why are a caller's outbound cellphone calls constantly failing? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Plus, catching up with Rod Pyle. Right to Repair law passed in New York. Right to Disconnect policy in Toronto. 32-bit vs 64-bit machines. Alternative scanner software. Integrating a new TV into an older receiver. Troubleshooting internet connectivity in rural America. Recovering deleted emails in iCloud. An informative story from a caller about Mint Mobile and Twitter. Laptop suggestions for basic computing needs. Moving files from a laptop to your iPhone. Rod Pyle and Voyager acting up & new moon suits. Why is a caller's outbound cellphone calls failing constantly? 17" laptop & printer recommendations. Host: Leo Laporte Guest: Rod Pyle Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Show notes and links for this episode are available at: https://twit.tv/shows/the-tech-guy/episodes/1900 Download or subscribe to this show at: https://twit.tv/shows/radio-leo Sponsors: linode.com/techguy itpro.tv/twit promo code TWIT30

Life is a Festival Podcast
#126 - The Poetry of Gender | Janne Robinson

Life is a Festival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 62:50


Here's to the women who don't give a fuck! But should we give a fuck about gender at all? Today on Life is a Festival we meet feminist beat poet and author Janne Robinson, to discuss authenticity, gender, and her no bullshit approach to creating the life you want. On the show Janne shares how she learned not to give a fuck and to create a life and thriving business as a poet and coach. We discuss staying authentic and truly vulnerable while building a brand out of your art and healing. We get into a meaty conversation about gender polarity and language. Finally we discuss how to integrate our utopian visions into our daily lives. Janne Robinson is a feminist poet, entrepreneur, speaker, and surfer. She is the author of two books of poetry, “This Is For The Women Who Don't Give a Fuck,” and “There's Cobwebs on Her Vagina.” Janne is also a personal development coach and is available for one-on-one mentoring. Some Buddhists say we are 33 parts masculine and 33 parts feminine, well Janne is 100% badass. Enjoy. Links Janne Robinson: https://www.jannerobinson.com/ This Is For The Women Who Don't Give a Fuck: https://www.amazon.com/This-Women-Dont-Give-Fuck/dp/1945796413/ There's Cobwebs on Her Vagina: https://www.amazon.com/Theres-Cobwebs-Her-Vagina-Collection/dp/1734042109 Timestamps :07 - Learning not to give a fuck :11 - Falling in love with poetry :20 - Staying authentic in the face of audience capture :33 - Can we determine truth about gender? :50 - Integrating utopia

“What It’s Really Like to be an Entrepreneur”
Psychological Safety in the Workplace with Teresa Mitrovic

“What It’s Really Like to be an Entrepreneur”

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 19:59


↗ Anchoring your growth targets in your 'people experience' so you can achieve your targets without losing your souls, or your minds;↗ Transforming yours - and your teams' - experience by lifting the energy, lowering the stress and establishing trust, to begin closing performance gaps quickly;↗ Integrating proven strategic and operational systems, to give you certainty about outcomes while having fun with the team as they discover what's possible; and↗ Delivering a learning experience that stretches the thinking, behaviour and commitment of individuals and moves the team - and the business - forward.I work with leaders to optimize performance while building psychological safety at work. If you want to skip the rest and connect for a virtual coffee, click here > https://usemotion.com/meet/teresa-mitrovic/initial-conversationIf you like to dot i's and cross t's then read on...I've worked with commercial leaders who are - chasing targets and don't want to lose business critical staff to burnout;- scaling and don't want to lose the unique culture they've created;- eager to recalibrate their team to recover from - or prepare for - significant change.And with council owned and government organizations who:- need to create strategic and delivery partnership plans with partners from multiple organizations whose challenges, constraints and targets vary greatly;- need alignment across senior teams of experts - who don't always see eye to eye - so they can solve highly visible large scale infrastructure issues quickly.How do you know when you need me? ⦿ You've forecasted growth but getting there feels like it will be a slog - longer hours and more stress when you're already feeling stretched;⦿ You're seeking growth, but you don't want to risk becoming ‘corporate and dry' and losing the culture you've worked so hard to build;⦿ There are things keeping you awake that you're uncomfortable sharing with others.Don't risk your health - or your team's - to hit your targets. You don't need to.Episode #203 of That Entrepreneur Show- The podcast where founders of companies and brands share their entrepreneurial journeys, lessons learned, tips for success, and more each Friday since 2019. Look out for Podcast to Podcast and Rewind the Clock Bonus Series Episodes released throughout the season.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/teresamitrovic/Book a Call: usemotion.com/meet/teresa-mitrovic/intro-call Website: orocollective.space Book: mybook.to/CurrencyofConnection Listen to all episodes here: https://ThatEntrepreneurShow.Buzzsprout.comWebsite:  https://www.VincentALanci.com/YouTubeShow InstagramHost InstagramFacebookTwitterLinkedInFor Digital Editing Inquiries and Potential Podcast Guests: Email: PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kulishow/happy-background-music-no-copyright-fun-roy

Deep Transformation
David Loy (Part 2) - Growing from Bodhisattva to Ecosattva: Integrating Personal Practice and Global Activism

Deep Transformation

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 38:20


Ep. 28 (Part 2 of 2) | David Loy, Zen teacher, scholar, and prolific author, reveals his acute understanding of the crises we face today, the psychology at the root of the problems, and how we can make our way forward in this in-depth discussion. He has adopted the term ecodharma to focus attention on the challenge Buddhism faces now: integrating personal transformation with global activism and social transformation. As David points out, the focus needs to be on this world, with transcendence being a metaphorical understanding but not an excuse to abandon the problems we and our planet face today.  Besides gaining great depth of knowledge from being a scholar and student of koans, David's insights come from a plethora of nondual experiences, which led David on a path of eco-action. Ecodharma asks: How does Buddhism need to change? How much is dwelling in emptiness becoming problematical in these challenging times? What's best for the Earth? Everyone says practice, practice, practice…when is the performance? Is evolutionary pressure going to create a new way of living sustainably? Recorded February 22, 2020.  “When your sense of separation dissipates, it becomes not what's in it for me, but what can I do to help make this a better world for everybody?” Note: Regrettably 4 minutes of the recording were irretrievably lost at minute 21:26, but thankfully, the recording resumes just as Roger succinctly sums up the previous minutes of conversation. Also, this podcast was recorded live and includes, at times, some extraneous noises in the background. Please excuse them -- we felt the conversation was very valuable and well worth sharing with our audience. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. (For Apple Podcast users, https://deeptransformation.io/david-loy-2-bodhisattva-to-ecosattva-integrating-personal-practice-and-global-activism/ (click here to view the complete show notes on the episode page.)) Topics & Time Stamps - Part 2The role of technology, moving into an age of virtual reality, and the creation of supernormal stimuli (01:41) Ecodharma: addressing the need for a new understanding of practice and walking the bodhisattva/ecosattva path (04:37)  Keeping “don't know” mind in the face of the eco-crisis (09:57) How can Buddhism contribute to facing the critical issues of our time? (10:54) The Extinction Rebellion, a grassroots direct action movement (11:49) The election of Trump has highlighted our problems in making them worse (15:16) The problem of complacency (17:24) What signifies that one has started to walk the bodhisattva path? (19:42) Desire versus craving (21:26) Karma yoga and not being attached to the outcome (22:14) The cycle of withdrawal and return common to those people who have contributed the most to humankind (23:45) The deepest challenge of our practice is integrating the knowledge that everything is perfect, but also knowing action is needed to improve things (26:36) Evolutionary psychology, the evolution of religion, and what we need to do today (28:18) What socially engaged Buddhism has to contribute (34:02) The challenge of the gnostic intermediary to transmit a wisdom tradition across cultures and across time (34:59) Resources & References - Part 2https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/article/eo-wilson-conservation-legend-90-save-space-for-nature-save-planet (Edward O. Wilson), aka the Darwin of the 21st century Guhyapati, founder of the https://www.ecodharma.com (Eco-Dharma Centre) in northeast Spain David Loy and Guhyapati, https://oneearthsangha.org/articles/remaking-our-dharma/ (Remaking Our Dharma: Expanding the Scope of Ecodharma) David Loy, co-founder of the https://rmerc.org (Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center) David Loy, "https://cetr.net/en/the-bodhisattva-path-in-the-trump-era/ (The Bodhisattva Path in the Trump Era)"  https://fridaysforfuture.org/ (Greta Thunberg and the School Strike for Climate)...

New Books in Dance
James S. Bielo, "Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 69:20


What happens when the written words of biblical scripture are transformed into experiential, choreographed environments? To answer this question, anthropologist James Bielo explores a diverse range of practices and places that “materialize the Bible,” including gardens, theme parks, shrines, museums, memorials, exhibitions, theatrical productions, and other forms of replication. Integrating ethnographic, archival, and mass media data, case studies focus primarily on U.S. Christianity from the late 19th-century to the present. In Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place (Bloomsbury, 2021), Bielo argues that materializing the Bible works as an authorizing practice to intensify intimacies with scripture and circulate potent ideologies. Performed through the sensory experience of bodies, physical technologies, and infrastructures of place, Bielo illustrates how this phenomenon is always, ultimately, about expressions of power. Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in Sociology
James S. Bielo, "Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 69:20


What happens when the written words of biblical scripture are transformed into experiential, choreographed environments? To answer this question, anthropologist James Bielo explores a diverse range of practices and places that “materialize the Bible,” including gardens, theme parks, shrines, museums, memorials, exhibitions, theatrical productions, and other forms of replication. Integrating ethnographic, archival, and mass media data, case studies focus primarily on U.S. Christianity from the late 19th-century to the present. In Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place (Bloomsbury, 2021), Bielo argues that materializing the Bible works as an authorizing practice to intensify intimacies with scripture and circulate potent ideologies. Performed through the sensory experience of bodies, physical technologies, and infrastructures of place, Bielo illustrates how this phenomenon is always, ultimately, about expressions of power. Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books Network
James S. Bielo, "Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 69:20


What happens when the written words of biblical scripture are transformed into experiential, choreographed environments? To answer this question, anthropologist James Bielo explores a diverse range of practices and places that “materialize the Bible,” including gardens, theme parks, shrines, museums, memorials, exhibitions, theatrical productions, and other forms of replication. Integrating ethnographic, archival, and mass media data, case studies focus primarily on U.S. Christianity from the late 19th-century to the present. In Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place (Bloomsbury, 2021), Bielo argues that materializing the Bible works as an authorizing practice to intensify intimacies with scripture and circulate potent ideologies. Performed through the sensory experience of bodies, physical technologies, and infrastructures of place, Bielo illustrates how this phenomenon is always, ultimately, about expressions of power. Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. 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 Anthropology
James S. Bielo, "Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 69:20


What happens when the written words of biblical scripture are transformed into experiential, choreographed environments? To answer this question, anthropologist James Bielo explores a diverse range of practices and places that “materialize the Bible,” including gardens, theme parks, shrines, museums, memorials, exhibitions, theatrical productions, and other forms of replication. Integrating ethnographic, archival, and mass media data, case studies focus primarily on U.S. Christianity from the late 19th-century to the present. In Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place (Bloomsbury, 2021), Bielo argues that materializing the Bible works as an authorizing practice to intensify intimacies with scripture and circulate potent ideologies. Performed through the sensory experience of bodies, physical technologies, and infrastructures of place, Bielo illustrates how this phenomenon is always, ultimately, about expressions of power. Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books in History
James S. Bielo, "Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place" (Bloomsbury, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 69:20


What happens when the written words of biblical scripture are transformed into experiential, choreographed environments? To answer this question, anthropologist James Bielo explores a diverse range of practices and places that “materialize the Bible,” including gardens, theme parks, shrines, museums, memorials, exhibitions, theatrical productions, and other forms of replication. Integrating ethnographic, archival, and mass media data, case studies focus primarily on U.S. Christianity from the late 19th-century to the present. In Materializing the Bible: Scripture, Sensation, Place (Bloomsbury, 2021), Bielo argues that materializing the Bible works as an authorizing practice to intensify intimacies with scripture and circulate potent ideologies. Performed through the sensory experience of bodies, physical technologies, and infrastructures of place, Bielo illustrates how this phenomenon is always, ultimately, about expressions of power. Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Sg2 Perspectives
Integrating Behavioral Health Into Primary Care: Learning From Rush University Medical Center's Collaborative Care Model

Sg2 Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 26:01


This week, Sg2 Perspectives welcomes Dr. Neha Gupta and Dr. Jonathan Kaplan from Rush University Medical Center, along with Sg2's behavioral health lead Stephanie Snider, to discuss behavioral health integration and a collaborative care model that incorporates behavioral health into the primary care setting at Rush. Neha, Jonathan, and Stephanie dig into the model's goals, outcomes and lessons learned, as well as larger issues in the behavioral health space such as care access and workforce challenges.   We are always excited to get ideas and feedback from our listeners. You can reach us at sg2perspectives@sg2.com, find us on Twitter as @Sg2HealthCare, or visit the Sg2 company page on LinkedIn.

Good Medicine Podcast
EP 18. Integrating Medicine with Bobby Wade of the Eagle Condor Alliance Centre.

Good Medicine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 100:34


A very special episode, please welcome Bobby Wade to the Good Medicine!Bobby is one of the cofounders of the Eagle Condor Alliance, a plant medicine centre in Colombia. In 2019 I was lucky enough to attend the centre and benefited first hand from the close knit team and the medicine they offer. I have so much praise for Bobby and the whole of the ECA, along with a wealth of gratitude for his coming on and sharing his story and wisdom. He has been as facilitator and integration guide to hundreds of retreat guests during their in-depth journeys with psychedelics for over a decade. Working directly and intimately with native/mestizo healers in ceremony, being a bridge to people in their preparation of ceremonial journeys, coaching and guiding guests before during and after ceremony and retreats.Over the past 12 years he has studied and sat with numerous indigenous elders and healers from various pueblos of the Americas including: Cofan, Siona, Secoya, Arhuaco, Uitoto, Embera, Sikuani, Mexica, Lakota, Dakota, Wiratika, and Nutabe. Working with plant medicines such as: Yage/Ayahuasca, Wachuma, Peyote, Mambe and Ambil, Yopo, mushrooms, tobacco, and other ceremonies such as Sweat Lodges, Vision Quests, and Sundance's.Click below to reach:Bobbys Info on the Psychedelics Integration websiteThe Psychedelic Guide InstagramEagle Condor Alliance InstagramThe Eagle Condor Alliance Website

Behavioral Health Today
Integrating Systems of Care with Alicia Kirley – Episode 154

Behavioral Health Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 33:11


Behavioral health care has really evolved and is continuing to evolve. There's been just such rapid change in the world in the last two years, that there's an interest in innovating and leveraging technology to deliver more access to care. In today's episode, Dr. Erin Elmore speaks with Alicia Kirley, MBA.  Alicia is the Senior Director of the Center of Excellence for Integrated Health Solutions at the National Council for Mental Wellbeing. She oversees the delivery of training and technical assistance to advance the implementation of high-quality care for individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. Together Erin and Alicia discuss creating a team-based network around the population of clients, planning around client care, challenges around integrated care, training and education, and measuring outcomes of success.  At its basic level, integrated care is creating opportunities to advance health equity and to look at these models and approaches to create a sustainable and comprehensive system. Due to the pandemic, we have this great opportunity right now to look at how integrated care can start to address a lot of the complexities of our health system.   For more information about the National Council for Mental Wellbeing, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org For more information about the Center for Excellence in Integrated Health Solutions, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/program/ccbhc-e-national-training-and-technical-assistance-center/ For more information about the National Council's Policy Priorities, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/get-involved/be-an-advocate/policy-priorities/ For more information on Improvement and Consulting, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/our-work/consulting-training/ For more information about Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHCs), please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/our-work/ccbhc/

Private Equity Funcast
Lessons Learned from Integrating Companies - and why you need an Integration Management Office (IMO)

Private Equity Funcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 28:35


Your company acquired another company - congrats! But what happens next? In this episode, Operating Partners Cici and Jimmy break down the Integration Management Office, or IMO. They discuss what it is and how they deploy it inside the portfolio to integrate recently acquired businesses into their acquiring entity. They discuss how they stand up the process, the key processes that need to be in place to make sure everything gets done, and how to make sure you don't forget about the humans involved in the process. 

Everyone Is Right
Armed Insanity: Getting Real About Guns and Criminality

Everyone Is Right

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 29:51


This week I share our collective outrage and heartbreak over the shooting of the Texas schoolchildren and teachers, and manage to offer some hope that this time it will be different, that this shooting will heighten a social pain-point – unstable young men equipped with weapons of war – sufficiently to transcend political polarities. In this episode I ponder: - America's enneatype, frontier culture, “traditionalism with guns” - Integrating the MSNBC and FOX News worldviews - Recognizing budding criminality - Matthew Yglesias's positivity blowback - How about the first part of the second amendment? - The ever-widening circle of moral consideration - What our grandchildren will know - Blessings to all

Mormon Discussions Podcasts – Full Lineup
Emancipate Your Mind: 069: Integrating Your Protector “Parts”

Mormon Discussions Podcasts – Full Lineup

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 57:52


Have you ever tried to change a behavior or thought pattern but found yourself getting “blocked”, distracted, or feeling resistance to change? Do you feel recurring depressive thoughts or anxiety that you can't explain? You're likely encountering a protective part of you that is trying to shield a wounded childhood version of yourself from further… Read More »Emancipate Your Mind: 069: Integrating Your Protector “Parts” The post Emancipate Your Mind: 069: Integrating Your Protector “Parts” appeared first on Mormon Discussions Podcasts - Full Lineup.