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Jenny Chase went to work for the London-based startup New Energy Finance in 2005, straight out of university in Cambridge. She founded its solar analysis team and helped establish some of the first reliable indexes of prices in the solar supply chain, as well as some of the first serious industry models and projections. The solar power industry barely existed then. Now solar is the cheapest source of new power in most markets and the International Energy Agency expects it to dominate global electricity by 2050. Throughout that heady transition, Chase has run and grown the solar analysis team, even after the company was bought by Bloomberg and became Bloomberg NEF in 2009. It has become one of the most respected teams in the business and a widely cited arbiter of industry data.In 2019, Chase wrote a book summarizing what she learned over her years analyzing the industry. It is called Solar Power Finance Without the Jargon, but the title is somewhat misleading — it covers solar power finance but also solar power history, technology, and policy. It is leavened here and there with droll bits of biography or advice from Chase and contains an incredible amount of information in a highly compact and readable package, just over 200 pages. A heavily updated second edition was released this month. Also this month came Chase's yearly “opinions about solar” Twitter thread, which is highly anticipated among a certain kind of energy dork [waves].I figured it would be fun to have Chase on the pod to talk about the current state of the solar industry, whether anything but standard-issue solar PV is ever going to flourish, and what the world needs to help balance out increasing penetrations of solar. Get full access to Volts at www.volts.wtf/subscribe
Do you struggle with interpreting financial disclosures and statements? Then this week's episode of the Grow Money Business podcast is going to address your concerns. We dedicated this episode to discussing a specific mailbag question, which is a guide to understanding financial disclosures and statements. Throughout the conversation, we dive into the framework for financial disclosures, the purpose of annual reports, how to interpret those as an employee, investor, owner, potential buyer, and more. [06.05] Money and capital – Starting the conversation, Grant explains how the process of growing a company works and the role of a 10K report. [11.12] 10-K & 10-Q – Grant walks us through what is contained in the 10-K and 10-Q reports. [16.27] Stories - We talk about the gamesmanship to influence the stock price that aligns with the personal interests of a company. [22.54] Vista Outdoor Inc. – We dive into the details of Vista Outdoor Reports Second Quarter FY24 Financial Results. [30.37] Valuing a business – Grant explains what to look out for in an income statement if you are interested in valuing a business. [33.37] Balance sheet – The many roles of a healthy balance sheet. Resources Vista Outdoor Reports Second Quarter FY24 Financial Results thefishingwire.com/vista-outdoor-reports-second-quarter-fy24-financial-results/?mc_cid=98e55f781d THE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO READING & UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS online.hbs.edu/blog/post/how-to-read-financial-statements Beginners' Guide to Financial Statement sec.gov/reportspubs/investor-publications/investorpubsbegfinstmtguide
Welcome to Episode 98 of the Indie Business Podcast! On this episode, you'll meet Larissa Lewis of Jargon Gist in Pasadena, CA. This episode is chock full of fantastic tips to help you boost your content creation chops. It's also special to me because it's an introduction to the wonderful daughter of IBN's very first… The post No-Stress Content Creation Strategies with Larissa Lewis of Jargon Gist – Indie Business Podcast Episode 98 first appeared on Indie Business Network®. The post No-Stress Content Creation Strategies with Larissa Lewis of Jargon Gist – Indie Business Podcast Episode 98 appeared first on Indie Business Network®.
Bomb cyclones, Clippers, and Miller B's oh My! Just a few of the winter weather jargon you might hear thrown around this upcoming winter, and we're here to talk about it! Visit liquid-iv.com and use our Promo Code to save 20% off your next order! Thanks for listening! Be sure to leave a comment and rate the podcast. If you want to get in contact with us, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about the Snowfighters Institute here: https://snowfightersinstitute.com/ For more information about WeatherWorks, visit: weatherworksinc.com Certified Snowfall Totals Past Weather Reports Also, check us out on Social Media! Twitter Facebook LinkedIn YouTube
Episode 2 Some students assume that Business English is a different language. It seems frustrating at the best of times that after passing exams, integration into a work environment is challenging. One word will help define this, and it's; "formality". Simply put, there are three main considerations: high, medium, and low, otherwise known as Very formal, semi-formal, and casual. The type of organisation that you work for depicts the business tone. In this episode, I will show you some business compound prepositions, business Phrasal verbs, how empathetic voice tones can make a difference and slang used in a work environment. Presenter - Sanj Saigal Production - One2one Podcasts Website - www.one2oneacademy.com
Election campaign jargons or slogans from Indonesian presidential and vice presidential candidates are increasingly common, especially as it is closer to the election day. Can this slogan win over potential voters and will these political promises be kept? - Jargon atau slogan kampanye Pemilu dari para pasangan calon presiden dan wakil presiden Indonesia marak ditemui terlebih saat semakin dekat dengan waktu pelaksanaan Pemilu. Dapatkah slogan ini memikat hati calon pemilih dan akankah janji-janji politik ini ditepati?
• Gesellschaftskritik • Ratenzahlungen, Wertschöpfungsketten, Kurssteigerungen. Elfriede Jelineks Stück ist möbliert mit der Sprache der Finanzen. Sie entlarvt dabei einen Jargon der Lufthülsen, die nur so bedeutungsvoll sind, wie wir sie machen.Hörspiel von Elfriede Jelinekwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, HörspielDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
“U.S. shipment of 'lethal aid' reaches Ukraine amid Russia tensions,” NBC News reported in January 2022. “U.S. adopting 'deterrence posture' as aircraft carrier heads towards Israel,” France 24 announced in October 2023. The same month, The Hill warned about “Nutrition: The national security threat no one is talking about.” This is part two of our two-part episode on the language of war. Last week, we discussed terms like “boots on the ground” and “military footprint;” “precision” or “targeted airstrikes;” “terrorism” and the very Orwellian phrase “enemy noncombatant.” If you haven't listened to that episode, we definitely encourage you to do so. On this episode, we examine more of the most insidious terms that U.S. media and government officials use to sanitize military aggression worldwide, how this is affecting coverage of Israel's nonstop murderous bombing of Gaza, and discuss how we all can and should use clearer, more accurate terms to describe the real human stakes of state violence. Our guests are Maha Hilal and David Vine.
If you spend enough time around a group of people that play tabletop RPGs, eventually you'll find yourself in a situation where a variety of jargon is being used that you may not understand. This is especially prevalent in online forums where people talk about running games. In this episode of becomingDM, John and Danielle spend some time decoding and explaining some of the more commonly used jargon in the rpg space. Join us! Got an idea for a future episode of becomingDM? We'd love to hear from you! Go to https://becomingDM.com/ideas to let us know!
The truth is that not everyone across the United States knows about money, savings, and retirement planning. In fact, the average 65-year-old has yet to save for retirement. Mike Dukovich wants to help change that… This week, Mike explores the importance of financial literacy, budgeting, understanding credit, managing debt, and retirement planning. Mike highlights the … Read More Read More
“Israel Called Them ‘Precision' Strikes. But Civilian Homes Were Hit, Too.,” The New York Times equivocated back in May 2023. “US Military Footprint in Australia Expands to Counter China,” Bloomberg announced in July 2023. “NATO to launch biggest military exercise since Cold War,” the Financial Times reported in September 2023. Far too often, media accept and parrot the terminology of the Pentagon, never pausing to consider how deceptive and pernicious this language may be. War reportage is regularly littered with euphemisms, metaphors, jargon, and esoteric acronyms that obscure the enormity of the warfare and war crimes waged and backed by the US, warping public perceptions of the violence happening throughout the world in service of US empire. Some major news outlets, such as the New York Times, have adopted policies not to use terms like “enhanced interrogation techniques,” a Bush-era phrase used to sanitize the committing, sanctioning and outsourcing of literal torture by the US government. More recently, the BBC has said it will no longer use the term “terrorist,” as it is “a loaded word, which people use about an outfit they disapprove of morally.” But, troublingly, many loaded, euphemistic words and phrases remain in the vocabulary of leading news media, painting a woefully inaccurate and incomplete picture of both the past and the current state of US-led and US-backed violence around the world. On this episode, Part I of a two-part series on the language of war, we'll examine five of the 10 most insidious terms that US media and government officials use to sanitize military aggression worldwide, discussing how journalists, writers, and others in media can use terms that are clearer and more representative of the human stakes of war. Next week, we'll complete the list of 10 with Part II. Our guests are Maha Hilal and David Vine.
Logical didactic is conditioned and qualified also by the prepositions “on” and “about” which never take us to the direct experience of the real. The phenomena of nature are very far from being like scientists see them. Certainly, as soon as any phenomenon is discovered, it is immediately qualified or labelled with this or that difficult term of scientific jargon. Obviously, all those extremely difficult terms of modern scientifism, serve only as a patch to cover ignorance. Natural phenomena are in no way like scientifists see them. Life with all its processes and phenomena, develops from moment to moment, from instant to instant, and the scientifistic mind in fact kills it by stopping it in order to analyze it. Any manner is the same as reality. Any inference extracted from any natural phenomenon, is in no manner equal to the concrete reality of that phenomenon; regrettably, the scientist’s mind deluded by its own theories, firmly believes in the reality of its inferences. Not only does the hallucinated intellect only see in phenomena the reflection of its own concepts, but worse than that, it dictatorially wants to make the phenomena be exactly and absolutely equal to all those concepts carried in the intellect. The phenomenon of intellectual hallucination is fascinating. None of those stupid, ultramodern scientists would admit the reality of their own hallucination. Certainly, in no way would the know-alls of our time admit being qualified as hallucinated. The power of self-suggestion has made them believe in the reality of all those concepts of the scientifistic jargon. Obviously, the hallucinated mind boasts of being conscious and dictatorially wants all natural processes to march in step with pedantries. As soon as a new phenomenon appears, it is classified, labelled and put in this or that place, as though it had really been understood. Thousands of terms have been invented to label phenomena, but the pseudosapients know nothing about the reality of phenomena. As a vivid example of all what we are stating in this chapter, we refer to the human body. In the name of truth we can affirm emphatically that the physical body is absolutely unknown to modern scientists. Such an affirmation could appear very insolent to the pontiffs of modern scientifism; without doubt we will deserve excommunication by them. Nevertheless, we have very sound grounds to make such a tremendous affirmation. Unfortunately, hallucinated minds are so convinced of their pseudo-sapience that not even remotely could they accept the harsh reality of their ignorance. If we told the hierarchs of modern scientifism that Count Cagliostro, a very interesting personage of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries is still alive in the very 20th century, if we told them that the distinguished Paracelsus, the renowned doctor of the Middle Ages does still exist, you can be sure that the hierarchs of present scientifism would laugh at us and never accept our affirmations. However, it is so. The genuine mutants, immortal men whose bodies date from thousands and millions of years ago, live on the face of the Earth at present. The author of this book knows the mutants. Nevertheless, he does not ignore modern skepticism, the hallucination of scientifists and the state of ignorance of the know-alls. For all this, in no way would we be under the illusion of believing that the fanatics of scientifistic jargon would accept the reality of our unusual statements. The body of any mutant is an open challenge to the scientific jargon of these times. The body of any mutant can change its shape and then return to its normal state, without receiving any harm. The body of any mutant can instantly penetrate into the fourth vertical and even adopt any vegetal or animal form, and afterwards return to its normal state receiving no damage at all. The body of any mutant violently challenges the old texts of official Anatomy. Regrettably, none of these declarations could convince those who are hallucinated by scientifistic jargon. Those gentlemen seated upon their pontifical thrones, unquestionably will regard us with disdain, perhaps with anger, and possibly even with some pity. However, the truth is what it is and the reality of mutants is an open challenge to any ultramodern theory. The author of this book knows the mutants but expects no-one’s belief. Every organ in the human body is controlled by laws and forces, which are not even remotely known of by those hallucinated with scientifistic jargon. Nature’s elements in themselves are unknown to official science. The best chemical formulae are incomplete: H2O, two atoms of Hydrogen to one of Oxygen to make water, is something empirical. If we attempt to join in a laboratory an atom of Oxygen with two of Hydrogen, it does not result in water or anything, because the formula is incomplete. The fire element is missing. Only with this cited element would it be possible to create water. Intellection, however brilliant it might seem, can never lead us to the experience of the real. The classification of substances and the difficult terms with which we label them, only serve as a cover for ignorance. The intellect believing this or that substance to have a specific name and characteristics, is absurd and unbearable. Why does the intellect boast of being omniscient? Why does it delude itself believing that substances and phenomena are just the way it believes them to be? Why does intellection want nature to be a perfect replica of all its theories, concepts, opinions, dogmas, preconceptions, prejudices? In reality, natural phenomena are not as they are believed to be, and in no way are natural substances and forces as the intellect thinks they are. The awake consciousness is not the mind, neither is it memory nor anything similar. Only the liberated consciousness is capable of directly experiencing for itself the reality of life free in its motion. We must emphatically affirm however, that as long as any subjective element exists within us, consciousness will remain bottled among such element and hence will be unable to enjoy continuous and perfect enlightenment. Samael Aun Weor
The Health Advocates discuss the latest news on the change in insurance coverage of COVID-19 treatments and a recent approval of a meningococcal vaccine. For the main topic, The Health Advocates dive into everything you need to know about open enrollment for health insurance. They cover common insurance terms, the difference in plans, what enrollment numbers look like, and what you should look out for when choosing a plan. “Many people are surprised to find out that even within the same 'metal tier,' the range of services and network coverage can differ significantly. That's why it's crucial to read the plan details, not just the price tag,” says Steven Newmark, Director of Policy at GHLF. Among the highlights in this episode: 00:40: Zoe Rothblatt, Associate Director of Community Outreach at GHLF, explains that the coverage for COVID treatments, including Paxlovid, will transition from government-based to commercial plans, highlighting uncertainties around patient copay amounts 01:07: Zoe emphasizes that uninsured individuals, as well as those with Medicare or Medicaid, will continue to receive Paxlovid at no cost until the end of 2024 01:49: GHLF remains steadfast in promoting accurate, evidence-based insights regarding both vaccines and vaccine research. We have gathered all of our vaccine resources in just one place at https://ghlf.org/vaccine-resources/ 02:07: GHLF released a new podcast series called Informed Immunity, which tackles the most pressing topics in the realm of vaccines – from debunking myths to advocating for public health. You can find it here: https://ghlf.org/informed-immunity/ 04:52: Steven and Zoe discuss the significance of health insurance, especially for those with chronic diseases 05:50: Zoe clarifies terms like premiums, deductible, copay, and coinsurance to help listeners better understand their insurance plans 06:46: Zoe emphasizes the need to recheck whether providers, hospitals, and medications are still covered under existing health care plans 07:46: Steven mentions a change where coverage under a parent's plan is now extended through the calendar year in which an individual turns 26 08:28: Steven and Zoe delve into the different tiers of Affordable Care Act plans and discuss the subsidies available based on income 09:35: Zoe shares a personal anecdote about her journey with health insurance, underscoring the complexities and learning curves faced by many 11:16: What our hosts learned from this episode Contact Our Hosts Steven Newmark, Director of Policy at GHLF: email@example.com Zoe Rothblatt, Associate Director, Community Outreach at GHLF: firstname.lastname@example.org We want to hear what you think. Send your comments in the form of an email, video, or audio clip of yourself to email@example.com Catch up on all our episodes on our website or on your favorite podcast channel.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Get lifetime access to 25 languages on Rosetta Stone Don't put off learning that language - there's no better time than RIGHT NOW to get started! For a very limited time, All Ears English listeners can get Rosetta Stone's Lifetime Membership for 40% off! That's $179 for unlimited access to 25 language courses for the rest of your life. Redeem your 40% off at [rosettastone.com/AEE] today and use coupon code AEE Go here to see the leggings for fall at lululemon. Check out the Wunder Train leggings, the Fast and Free Leggings, or the Align Leggings to stay active and free to move no matter what kind of workout you're doing this fall. The exceptional fabric is buttery soft and makes you feel unrestricted and comfortable throughout your practice. Go here to check out the leggings at lululemon! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Miraculously Tom and Tevin were able to make it into the show today despite the snow...Brittany not so much. In the first hour, SKOR North's Judd Zulgad talks about the Timberwolves blowing a 21-point lead and what could be in store for the Vikings with today's NFL trade deadline, and KSTP's Chris Egert on how the snow could impact Halloween celebrations and the Will Smith & Jada Pinkett drama. Hour #2 has Tom reminisce on his days trick or treating as a kid in northeast Minneapolis, the tips you need to know to have a successful Halloween despite the weather, and the crew discusses protesting in America. In hour #3 Kristyn Burtt discusses alcoholism. Not hers - everyone else's. Remember, she works in Hollywood. There's a lot of that kind of thing out there. There's also a lot of that kind of thing up here in Minnesota, although it seems to be something of a self-correcting problem given enough time. On the Family, we end Shocktober with some different flavors of shock. Culture shock, the shock of seeing death at an NHL game, and of course going into diabetic shock from eating too much candy. We don't actually talk about that last one, but you should definitely consider it as a possibility. Stream the show LIVE on the Tom Barnard Show app M-F from 8-12PM or get the show on-demand on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As an SLP - BCBA working in the field for the last two decades, I have certainly made mistakes and learned along the way. Today I am sharing my top 5 mistakes and what I would do differently. Because when we know better, we do better.1. Yes/No Questions – working on this too early is not productive; it is important but requires a much higher level language!2. Not setting specific goals on Joint Attention - Good providers have these opportunities naturally, but it's necessary to set specific goals and specific focus using the three-part framework - Books, Music, and Play!3. JARGON - using too much professional jargon is not the right move unless you're talking to ONLY other members of your profession. Ethically, you need to use words that are understandable by all!4. The term “Red Flags” - in reference to autism “Red Flags” have a negative connotation. Use language that supports your learners; try language like “Signs” or “Characteristics”.5. Eye Contact as a goal - while eye contact can be a helpful skill, it's not directly important to communication and will often be a natural by-product of focusing on joint attention. In a world where 1 in 36 individuals has autism, we have to be striving to support autistic learners in every way we can. #autism #speectherapyWhat's Inside:Top 5 Mistakes when working with autistic students.Changing your language to support autistic learners.Why you shouldn't use jargon in IEP meetings.Are Yes/No questions important?How to set goals for joint attention.Can eye contact be a by-product of other communication goals?Mentioned In This Episode:IEP Goals for Students with Autism - ABA SpeechMembership - ABA Speech
EPISODE 1827: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to the filmmaker, artist and writer Hito Steyerl about what she calls the "pyramid schemes", "on-boarding" tools and the "mean" creativity of our AI ageHito Steyerl (born 1 January 1966) is a German filmmaker, moving image artist, writer, and innovator of the essay documentary. Her principal topics of interest are media, technology, and the global circulation of images. Steyerl holds a PhD in philosophy from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She is currently a professor of New Media Art at the Berlin University of the Arts, where she co-founded the Research Center for Proxy Politics, together with Vera Tollmann and Boaz Levin.Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children.
Our industry is filled with jargon like POP, or POS or STFU. (Neither of the latter are what you first thought). Today I reveal the common jargon terms and what they mean to food truck owners. Today's episode is sponsored by Table Needs. Check them out here: https://hubs.ly/Q01Z9P0L0 My Newest Book – Food Truck 201: Get Off the Truck! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B5F2ND5W Get on my schedule for a free no obligation call. https://calendly.com/bill_moore/fttg-introductory-coaching-call Check out the best Food Truck group on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/FoodTruckTraining We have video training on our YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/c/foodvendorreality Support the pod with a monthly donation. https://anchor.fm/food-truck-training/support Or offer one time support here. https://www.moorebetterperformance.com/store/p7/10_Minute_Food_Truck_Training_Pod_Cast_Support.html Intro Music: Just Breathing by NEFFEX https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBefBxNTPoNCQBU_Lta6Nvg --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/food-truck-training/support
From Barry's LinkedIn Founding Deputy of Michaela School, Wembley. The kids' amazing French, & my unique approach to MFL teaching, created huge buzz at Michaela. Became head of Great Yarmouth Charter. 10th head in 10 years. Inadequate for a decade. 60+ % fsm coastal comp. In 5 months, Ofsted declared Charter, ‘a miraculous turnaround'. Maths & English 5+ doubled in a year. P8 from - 0.57 to + 0.14. Visitors from across UK and beyond visited & talked of ‘joy', ‘relationships', ‘warmth'. CST as Regional Director. Led turn around of inadequate Hackney New School working with 5th Head in 5 years. 25 years teaching. A decade as a freelance teacher trainer fighting fashionable fads 2004 to 2014. Then founded Michaela, transformed Charter & turned around Hackney. Sept 21 to date, freelance again. MFL CPD. It's what I became famous for. With commendations from the likes of Christine Counsell & Tom Bennett. But mostly working with headteachers. Culture, behaviour, courtesy, teaching & learning, systems. Very practical, hands on, jargon free. Holistic take on whole school improvement working hand in hand with the head. Helping head realise their vision. Attention to detail, coaching, systems. Rapid and radical change or incremental. Bringing best bits of experience from 25 years in education, a decade training & coaching, setting up & leading the legendary Michaela School, turning around two inadequate comps to now, working with heads across the country. Creating genuine mutual respect school cultures; coaching heads; developing SLT; transforming norms. Try my podcast on Spotify, Barry Smith Education. DM me on twitter, BarryNSmith79. Happy to chat. Practical. Genuinely transformative. Jargon free.
Accessibility is one of the most overlooked aspects of being a creator, but it is an incredibly powerful tool to make long-term friends and, ultimately, more money.Today, we'll dive into how creators can leverage being accessible as a driver for growth.The blog post: https://thebootstrappedfounder.com/accessibility-for-profit/The podcast episode: https://share.transistor.fm/s/3179a05cThe video: https://youtu.be/IJlgfUQFTFoYou'll find my weekly article on my blog: https://thebootstrappedfounder.comPodcast: https://thebootstrappedfounder.com/podcastNewsletter: https://thebootstrappedfounder.com/newsletterMy book Zero to Sold: https://zerotosold.com/My book The Embedded Entrepreneur: https://embeddedentrepreneur.com/My course Find your Following: https://findyourfollowing.comFind me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/arvidkahl/This episode is sponsored by Acquire.com
For the first episode in our new series with Wahoo Fitness, BikeRadar's George Scott is joined by Wahoo's lead sports scientist, Mac Cassin, for a training jargon buster. George quizzes Mac on ten key training terms, covering: structured training, power, heart rate, training zones, FTP, energy systems, endurance, sweetspot, VO2 max and periodisation. Got a question for Mac? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Yes, this is my final episode on business jargon. It covers three pieces of business jargon, which were used by my former employer. #businessjargon #business #businesslife #consulting
Panellists Phil Clark and Patricia Cohen join Emma Nelson to discuss whether businesses should be getting involved in geopolitics, what's behind China's surprising economic success and why media mogul Rupert Murdoch is under pressure to break up News Corp. Plus: taking an axe to corporate communications jargon.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Want to safeguard your cleint's income from unforeseen circumstances? In this episode, Dr. Rodney Mogen and Peter Ciravolo shed light on how disability income insurance can be a great financial safety net. Promising to guide you away from the complex jargon and into the heart of what truly matters, they decode the language of insurance policies, and help you see why it's more about income protection than disability insurance. They navigate through the different scenarios that could affect someone's ability to work and discuss the importance of being ready for them.Looking for a deep-dive into the mechanics of disability income insurance and group coverage? There's no better duo than Rodney and Peter, who will walk you through the two primary ways of obtaining disability insurance. They'll breakdown the various definitions of disability and the complexities of group coverage, including taxable income and caps. They'll give you insights into the importance of understanding the details of a policy before signing on the dotted line.Finally, we'll explore the intricate partnership between your income and disability insurance. We'll talk active versus passive income, and the impacts of different income sources like rental properties and dividends on the total coverage people can get. Rodney and Peter also emphasize the importance of considering a client's complete financial picture. This is an episode designed to equip you with the knowledge and tools you need to navigate the world of DI intelligently. Get ready to empower yourself to make informed decisions about disability income insurance for your clients!
I dagens udsendelse behandler vi det danske landsholds opgør mod Kasakhstan, DBU's uheldige kommunikation ifm. afstemningen om det russiske U17-landshold, og så vender vi tonen/jargonen, der indimellem kan løbe løbsk på X (tidligere kaldt Twitter).Afsnittet forløber således:00:00 - 09:30 - Præsentation af gæster, skulderklap og tackling09:30 - 32:00 - Danmark-Kasakhstan32:00 - 38:00 - DBU's ærgerlige kommunikation38:00 - 42:30 - Banner-debatten42:30 - 54:00 - Den giftige tone/jargon på XPanelet består af Casper de Linde fra FCN-podcasten 'Nordsjælland Dreamin'" og Peter Froulund fra Arbejdernes Landsbank.Udsendelsens vært er Sebastian Peebles, mens Kasper Damgaard Kristensen agerer producer.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When you look up the description of a Pilates class, you may seem some unfamiliar terms. Classes may be listed as mat or equipment, classical or contemporary, athletic, therapeutic, or somatic, and/or leveled 1, 2, 3 or beginner, intermediate, advanced, or you may see an open or all levels class. Tune in to get the lowdown on this terminology so you can find a class style and level that is right for you!I want to hear from you! Share your thoughts and follow the podcast on Instagram and Facebook @pilatesstudentsmanual. Full show notes and episode transcription can be found on the podcast website here: https://bit.ly/PilatesStudentsManual. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast for updates, and rate and review wherever you listen! Episodes now available on YouTube: *https://bit.ly/YouTubePSM*Email email@example.com with your feedback.Support the podcast: Visit *links.oliviabioni.com/affiliates* and take advantage of some sweet deals on products I use and enjoy with my affiliate links! Episode Music:This episode uses NCS music in compliance with https://ncs.io/usage-policyTrack: Syn Cole - Gizmo [NCS Release]Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds.Watch: https://youtu.be/pZzSq8WfsKoFree Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/GizmoTrack: Syn Cole - Feel Good [NCS Release]Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds.Watch: https://youtu.be/q1ULJ92aldEFree Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/feelgoodSupport the show
Die Schweizer Regierung will auf Anraten eines internationalen Gremiums ein permanentes Auffangnetz spannen für die Banken – im Jargon bekannt als Public Liquidity Backstop. In der Schweizer Politik kommt die Idee einer staatlichen Liquiditätssicherung für die Banken nicht gut an. | Was will der Bundesrat genau? Was spricht für den Public Liquidity Backstop – und was dagegen? Und wie hängt der Vorschlag des Bundesrats zusammen mit den Eigenkapitalvorschriften der Banken? | Stichworte: Public Liquidity Backstop, PLB, staatliche Liquiditätssicherung, Banken, Bankenregulierung, Credit Suisse, UBS, Eigenkapital, Bundesrat, Financial Stability Board.
Maybe you've heard terms such as "narcissist", "gaslighting", and "toxic" in your own relationship, or when scrolling social media. These terms are overused and even weaponized leading to a breakdown in communication which is why we're exploring the misuse of therapy jargon, differentiating between casual use and actual diagnostic criteria. You'll hear How certain terms, such as "narcissist," are often weaponized in relationships, leading to unproductive conflicts The nuances of trauma and triggers How to communicate boundaries without sounding like an ultimatum What alternative Melisa would use for “gaslighting” We'd love to chat with you more about this topic over on Instagram @Queer_Relationships_Queer_Joy
This week on Equity, Alex was joined by Nathan Baschez, the CEO and founder of Lex, an AI-infused online writing tool that recently raised capital. Together, we're talking through a few key topics that have been top of mind in recent months:How many AI-powered, or AI-using writing tools can the market support?How far into the generative AI moment we are, and how much we should anticipate in the form of technology improvements?And then we discussed the nuts and bolts aspects of pricing an AI-powered service and other financial matters related to building a service today that leans on artificial intelligence.The last question is far from idle. Recall that back in 2020 there was conversation amongst venture players about the economics of AI startups, with the perspective at the time indicating that while the cohort might have more difficult early economics, that their numbers (gross margins, really) would improve over time. But what about when a startup is using, say, an OpenAI API for its core AI work? Will similar efficiencies bloom?Equity is back into its regular groove now that Disrupt is behind us — more to come! And before we go: Check out the UpFlip Podcast where you get to unravel how great businesses are built, how they are run behind the scenes and how their success can be replicated. We think you'll love episode 79 where they featured this guest who transformed his passion for gardening into a $7.3 million-a-year venture. You can find the podcast on Youtube or where ever you listen to podcasts.For episode transcripts and more, head to Equity's Simplecast website.Equity drops at 7 a.m. PT every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, so subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify and all the casts. TechCrunch also has a great show on crypto, a show that interviews founders and more!
Much of our daily discourse in the workplace is filled with trendy phrases and overused jargon that does more to fill space than convey real meaning. Phrases like, "at the end of the day", "circle back" and "take it offline" have become all too common. We use these worn out phrases so much, we can hardly get through a conversation without one leaking out.In today's episode of The Business Wingmen, your co-hosts Steve Smith & Travis Smith run through their lists of most overused and reviled business saying that add little to any meaningful conversation.
Have you ever wondered what the secret sauce is behind educational content that not only informs but also engages? Are you struggling to make your LinkedIn posts stand out in the crowded B2B space? Former journalist Kelsey Kloss will unpack what it takes to create educational LinkedIn posts that truly resonate with your target audience. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:00 - Introduction 00:02:06 - Making Educational Content Effective 00:06:34 - Building Authenticity into Content 00:09:12 - Being Your Authentic Self on LinkedIn 00:11:07 - Sharing Genuine Stories 00:13:10 - Importance of Avoiding Buzzwords and Jargon 00:14:49 - Authenticity and Genuine Content 00:17:43 - Five Ways to Create Helpful Content 00:22:14 - Incorporating Storytelling into Educational Content 00:25:01 - Building Trust Through Storytelling 00:26:41 - The Power of Adding Detail 00:27:55 - Putting Audience First 00:29:02 - Creating Content for Others 00:29:14 - Wrap up Connect with Kelsey Kloss on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelsey-kloss-creatives/ ABOUT MICHELLE J RAYMOND Michelle J Raymond is an international LinkedIn B2B Growth Coach. To continue the conversation, connect with Michelle on LinkedIn and let her know you are part of the community of podcast listeners. Michelle J Raymond LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/michellejraymond/ B2B Growth Co offers LinkedIn Training for teams to build personal and business brands as well as a LinkedIn Profile Recharge service for Founders/CEOs. Book a free intro call to learn more - https://calendly.com/michelle-j-raymond/book-an-intro-call-15mins LinkedIn for B2B Growth Podcast is a fully accessible podcast. Audio, Video, Transcript and guest details are available on our podcast website - https://linkedinforb2bgrowthpodcast.com/ Subscribe to our LinkedIn for B2B Growth YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/@LinkedInForB2BGrowth #contentmarketing #linkedin #contentstrategy
The Athletic's Ben Standig welcomes in Commanders analyst and former NFL tight end Logan Paulsen to preview the upcoming season. Specifically, Ben assigned Logan to choose five schemes or concepts or football nerd terms that he sees as pertinent to Washington's season. Logan's Lessons (or Paulsen's Playbook?) includes insight into creating horizontal displacement and passing vs. run efficiency. All of which led to conversations about Eric Bieniemy and Sam Howell, who is the team's best defensive back, special teams kick coverage and tons more. Get ready to get smarter.
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Did you ever have a conversation with someone where you each thought you knew what the other was talking about – and then it turned out you were talking about two different things – or worse, you each went away thinking you had agreed to something – but you had two very different ideas what that was? Welcome to the world of accounts payable where things are changing quickly – and our vocabulary isn't always keeping up. Today we're going to try and give you the information you need so that doesn't happen on your watch. Make sure you stick around until the end when we discuss one area that has fooled more than a few knowledgeable professionals. #accountspayable #accounting #jargon Link 3 Automation Mistakes https://youtu.be/IlSK-BG5Xfw Looking for more of the most current business intelligence about + Best practices around your payment and accounts payable function + Current and new fraud protection protocols + The newest technology impacting your accounting, accounts payable, and payment functions + Career advancement +And much more!! Subscribe for more tips and insights like this: https://www.youtube.com/APNow?sub_confirmation=1 +++++++++++++++++++++++ See most recent videos at: https://www.youtube.com/@APNow/videos See all short tips at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtL6rWSXZ-He5ELp9TP3wqQdHIbfIcFAB Learn more about AP Best Practices; Playlist at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtL6rWSXZ-HcvMSJTdNs0BCQJ0Ivb4l9V Learn more about Internal Controls in AP; Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtL6rWSXZ-HdV9JIterJ-bf6TwMset_z_ Looking for Automation insights: Playlist at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtL6rWSXZ-Hf_cZwQOcDZrYV4dA0oDVby Other ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Website: https://www.ap-now.com/ Linkedin AP Now: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ap-now/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Accountspayable More about Mary Schaeffer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/accountspayable Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AccPayNow
We have an impactful episode deep-diving into how Tony Proscio, a thought leader in this space, has moved the needle on the innovation of language in nonprofit and foundation work. He and Eric partner to get granular on staying transparent with folks from the donor pipeline to the board room. *record scratch* Just kidding! This week on Let's Hear It, Eric and legendary former strategic planning consultant and jargon denouncer Tony Proscio sit down to grouch about why foundations and nonprofits can't just say what they mean. Tony, a personal hero of Eric's, should be required reading for anyone working in communications. His three books, entitled “In Other Words: A Plea for Plain Speaking in Foundations; When Words Fail: How the Public Interest Becomes Neither Public Nor Interesting; and Bad Words for Good: How Foundations Garble Their Message and Lose Their Audience” decry the current trend toward using jargon when plain words are needed and why this obfuscation has led us to our current gerund pileup. Fear not – the episode isn't all Eric and Tony doing their best impressions of the two crabby Muppets in the balcony. Tony has some hopeful words to say about how people working in nonprofit and foundation communications can improve, including how technology has brought us closer to clarity and authenticity. Just don't try to find him online. Enjoy this great discussion, and remember: no empty calorie words.
One of the things podcasters say is “find your voice” without knowing that it's Jargon. After all, is my voice lost? What does that mean? Today we will look at finding your voice, and I will tell you what the difference is to the listener. Because the interesting thing is your voice isn't lost. It's just got a lot of clutter on top of it. Join the School of Podcasting Community Risk-Free Are you looking to start your own podcast but don't know where to begin? Look no further than the School of Podcasting. Our comprehensive online courses and one-on-one coaching will teach you everything you need to know, from equipment and editing to marketing and monetization. With our proven methods and unlimited one-on-one consulting, you'll be creating high-quality, engaging content in no time. Say goodbye to the frustration and uncertainty and hello to a successful podcasting career with the School of Podcasting. Use the coupon code schoolofpodcasting.com/listener to save on a monthly or yearly subscription. What Does Finding Your Voice Mean? You start your podcast (congrats!), and you feel uncomfortable. You feel out of place, and people say, "You need to find your voice." That is a really vague instruction. Steps to Finding Your Voice I mention this in almost every episode. It starts with specifically knowing your WHY and Your WHO. The more information you have on each, the clearer the target. It is the blurryness and fuzziness vision of your show that leads to insecurity. Who Are You and Who Aren't You? What do you believe in? What are your values? By defining what you will and will NOT talk about help clear the path for your content. The Netflix show House of Cards had a scene where the main character kills a dog in the first scene. This was on purpose, as they knew this would upset people. They thought, "Well, we might as well draw a line in the sand and offend people upfront. If they couldn't take the first episode, they would NEVER tolerate what else was coming in the remainder episodes. Get Comfortable Through Practice Think back to all the firsts in your life. The first step, first tricycle, bicycle, first kiss are things we weren't good at when we started. So do it again, and again with the goal of improving with each version of your episodes getting better. Acknowledge That This Will be Uncomfortable When you feel yourself wanting to pull away or come back to it later, push through. If you've ever been through counseling of any sort (single, couples, etc) it is uncomfortable. However, you come out better on the other side. I dread getting on a treadmill but never regret getting off. So when you feel that uncomfortable feeling come upon you (and it will) embrace it. You're learning. You are growing. You are improving. Not Everyone Will Like You, and That is OK Life is not a popularity contest. That is one that is easy to say, but not always easy to live. As with everything, the more you practice it, the better you will get at it. So when you get your first one star review realize that the listener was not your target audience. Follow Your Gut There is only one of you. You are 100% unique so embrace that. Every night there are multiple stations covering the same topics. There are different strokes for different folks. Being you is very easy for you. When you try to be something you're not, it's very hard to pull off and often robs you of your passion. Double Check the Facts In Your Head Saying Negative Things Brenda was trying to prove herself to an invisible audience. She had assumed they wanted her to skim over a broad topic. When she got her episode in front of ACTUAL people she found they would rather go deep into a narrow topic. In The End Be Yourself In the end you've had an entire lifetime being you. Relax and embrace your uniqueness. 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Watch this weeks episode of Slop City on YouTube!!!!! https://youtu.be/8tyuT-ygYCM HeLLoooOOoooo sLoP CiTiZeNs!!!!!!!! This episode you are viewing today was recorded last night at approximately 7:00 PM in St. Louis, Missouri. Situations and people depicted in this episode are generally fictional, sometimes real, sometimes you have absolutely no idea what's going out but we all find our way and GET OUR DAY IN COURT. For real, we had a blast recording this episode last night and hope you love it also. LEADING THE WITNESS XO ALL HAIL PUCINA RAAAAAAAANCH Produced by Randall R. Cash in his dining room.