Sign up to our newsletter for more in-depth insights | Follow us on LinkedIn Ray Dalio has described today's guest, “as a vacuum cleaner of learning”, and in this episode Karen Karniol-Tambour exhibits a formidable grasp of the challenges of today's investing environment. The conversation begins with a review of the current monetary challenge facing the Fed and leads into the dilemma for investors weaned on variations of the 60/40 benchmark. She explains Bridgewater's enthusiasm for inflation protection, for owning important exposure to broad commodities, through to the role gold should play. At the same time she explains succinctly why US equities might be the worst performing asset class in the decade ahead. She discusses why currencies could be an important source of return in a world of lacklustre performance, in a re-visit of the 1970s and 1980s. Karen finally explains how Bridgewater think about the systematic and fundamental way of approaching sustainable investing, as well as the sustainable fund that they have developed. The Money Maze Podcast is sponsored by Schroders, Bremont Watches and LiveTrade. Schroders is a global investment and wealth manager, with a purpose to provide excellent investment performance to clients, through active investment management. Bremont is an award-winning British company that produces beautifully engineered chronometers, designed to appeal to those who share the appreciation of a beautiful mechanical wristwatch. LiveTrade has changed the way fine wine is bought and sold worldwide. You can instantly buy and sell - or place bids and offers on - key wines from Bordeaux, Champagne, Italy and other world regions.
Our guest for this episode realized early on in her career as a nurse executive that a traditional health system career path was not for her. Since then she's done everything from work as a clinical professor in a college of nursing, serve as the president of a state nursing board, write a number of nursing textbooks, and consult with hospitals and health systems on innovation and leadership. Given the depth and breadth of Kathy Malloch's career, it makes sense that her conversation with Dan would be similarly wide-ranging. Today they talk about where education for nurse leaders can improve, the tool sets that are needed in complex systems, how Kathy handled cases involving medical errors when she was the president of the Arizona State Board of Nursing and what she sees as the obligation of nurses to continually advance their skills and the profession. Links to recommended reading: Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing and Healthcare Quantum Leadership: Creating Sustainable Value in Health Care: Creating Sustainable Value in Health Care Leadership in Nursing Practice: Changing the Landscape of Health Care: Changing the Landscape of Health Care Appreciative Leadership: Building Sustainable Partnerships for Health: Building Sustainable Partnerships for Health Arizona Board of Nursing The full transcript for this episode can be found here: http://www.trustedhealth.com/the-handoff-podcast/kathy-malloch
Two captivating topics for this week's interview. Executive Protection opportunities in the Republic of Ireland post-Brexit and taking academia to the next level with a Doctorate in Security focused on EP. This week we are thrilled to welcome Ireland ISRM Chapter Chair Garry Bergin to the podcast to look at: How can international operators find effective local partners? What opportunities for EP have emerged following company relocations to Ireland? How can you navigate the gap in the Irish EP licensing system as an operator? What qualifications will make you stand out and get noticed? What can we learn from Garry's ongoing Doctorate focussing on EP and security? About Garry: Garry Bergin PC; MSc; CSyP®; CPP®; CPOI®; FSyI; F.ISRM is a highly qualified and experienced security professional, with over two decades of security operations management experience across a variety of security industry sectors where he has managed some of the largest multi-national security contracts in Ireland. Garry holds an MSc in Security Management and is currently studying towards a Professional Doctorate at the University of Portsmouth focusing on the development of training programmes for the security industry internationally. He is a Chartered Security Professional (CSyP) and an ASIS Board Certified CPP®. A Peace Commissioner appointed by the Irish Minister for Justice and Equality, he is a Fellow of both the Security Institute and the Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM) as well as an IFPO Certified Protection Officer Instructor CPOI®. He is the former Vice-Chair of ASIS Ireland Chapter and current Chair of the ISRM Ireland Chapter. A Director, Board Member and Lecturer with the Security Institute of Ireland, Garry also serves as an Advisory Board Member to IFPO UK & Ireland. In 2021, Garry was ranked #11 by IFSEC in the Commercial Security (Thought Leader/ Academic/ Association Figure) category. Garry also won the Irish OSPA – Outstanding Security Consultant in 2002 https://www.linkedin.com/in/garry-bergin/ (LinkedIn) More about the Circuit: The Circuit Magazine is written and produced by volunteers, most of who are operationally active, working full time in the security industry. The magazine is a product of their combined passion and desire to give something back to the industry. By subscribing to the magazine you are helping to keep it going into the future. https://circuit-magazine.com/read/ (Find out more >) If you liked this podcast, we have an accompanying weekly newsletter called 'On the Circuit' where we take a deeper dive into the wider industry. http://bit.ly/OntheCircuit (Opt in here >) The Circuit team is: Elijah Shaw Jon Moss Shaun West Phelim Rowe Connect with Us: https://circuit-magazine.com/ (Circuit Magazine) https://mailchi.mp/the-bba.org.uk/bba-connect (BBA Connect) https://www.theprotectorapp.com/ (NABA Protector) https://the-bba.org.uk/ (British Bodyguard Association)
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Susane Lax earned a teaching degree in creative drama from the Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology, and the Arts in Israel. She taught creative drama at a local elementary school and continued her studies at the Chochmat Halev, where she focused on meditation and Jewish spirituality. Throughout her educational career, Lax also studied Jewish healing, sacred psychology, spiritual practice as a path of healing, healing aspects of death and dying, and guided meditation. Lax currently works as a spiritual counselor specializing in, but not limited to, those touched by illness, grief, and loving through death. She lectures and leads workshops on the topics of awareness and making room for joy. Lax is the author Morning Inspiration, an email newsletter released three times a week. In addition, she is the co-owner of Naot Footwear, a company that ethically manufactures handmade comfort shoes in Israel. Her book, A HEART'S LANDSCAPE: An Invitation to the Garden of Moments, released in 2022
In this episode, Mike and Randy discuss the importance of adding media to your new gas fire pit. They'll explain exactly what media is, where it should be placed, and what the best media type is for your fire feature.
The most engaging storytellers create a window into a new world and encourage our minds to expand our own understanding of the world around us. At this point on the timeline, in 2022, with so much media available for us to access, have you ever wondered how the most powerful and popular storytellers unearth their stories? And, what part does intuition and spirituality play in bringing these stories to life? This week on INSIDE THE WOONIVERSE, I'm speaking with one of the most influential film and television producers and storytellers in the world, Kristin Hahn. Kristin is the president of Hahnscape Entertainment, and has a robust body of work - including projects like ‘The Departed', ‘The Time Traveler's Wife', ‘Cake', ‘Stargirl', Netflix's ‘Dumplin' and Apple TV's award winning big hit ‘The Morning Show' with Jennifer Aniston. Kristin and Jennifer are also producing partners and co-own the company Echo Films. Kristin is the author of In Search of Grace: A Religious Outsider's Journey Across America's Landscape of Faith and the 2022 Poling Chair at the Kelley Business School at Indiana University, teaching leadership styles in the workplace. In this conversation, we speak about the magic of storytelling, the value of following your intuition and the vital connection between spirituality and creativity. >>> You can access our Show Notes HERE >>> You can access INSIDE OF THE WOONIVERSE Bonus Material HERE >>>> Click here if you have any questions for Colette, or if you'd like to share any 'A-Ha' moments with us. Your question/comment could appear on a future episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest is Sajid Rahman, Managing Partner of MyAsiaVC, an early stage venture fund, and the co-founder & CEO of Digital Healthcare Solutions. In today's episode, we talk with someone who's made over 1,400 investments – yes, you heard that right. Sajid shares his journey of breaking into the VC world and then dives in to what he's excited about today. He touches on areas like Africa, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, and explains what makes each place unique. Then he explains why he's bullish on fintech, logistics, and edtech, and shares some of his investments he's excited about today. As we wind down, Sajid shares why he's especially bullish on Web3 companies coming out of India. ----- Follow Meb on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube For detailed show notes, click here To learn more about our funds and follow us, subscribe to our mailing list or visit us at cambriainvestments.com ----- Interested in sponsoring the show? Email us at Feedback@TheMebFaberShow.com ----- Past guests include Ed Thorp, Richard Thaler, Jeremy Grantham, Joel Greenblatt, Campbell Harvey, Ivy Zelman, Kathryn Kaminski, Jason Calacanis, Whitney Baker, Aswath Damodaran, Howard Marks, Tom Barton, and many more. ----- Meb's invested in some awesome startups that have passed along discounts to our listeners. Check them out here!
Brad speaks with Teddy Wilson of Radical Reports about the trickle down effect of overturning Roe. They discuss how this will lead to an expanded police state that surveils women who have miscarriages, stillbirths, and abortions. They dig into how certain states will try to punish women who have abortions or who cross state lines in order to receive care. They discuss what might be next in terms of contraception bans, outlawing IUDS, and even IVF. The second part of the discussion turns to the fault lines in the anti-abortion movement and how overturning Roe may uncover them. While the overturning of Roe has led to despair for many, it may also open up horizons for countering the anti-abortion movement at a time when it feels victorious. Orange Wave: https://irreverent.supportingcast.fm/products/the-orange-wave-a-history-of-the-religious-right-since-1960 Seminar: straightwhiteamericanjesus.com/seminars To Donate: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/BradleyOnishi For an ad-free experience and to support SWAJ: https://irreverent.supportingcast.fm/straight-white-american-jesus-premium To become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/straightwhiteamericanjesus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://swaj.supportingcast.fm
Charlie's guest for this episode of TRJ is Rose Kentish. Rose is an enigma - combining her love of making wine that captures the flavours and perfume of landscape and terroir, with social change, species preservation, regenerative farming and climate action. She is a woman 'for purpose' much like her beverage company Sparkke. Head over here to see show notes and links.
Welcome to another episode of The HERO Show. I am your host Richard Matthews, (@AKATheAlchemist) and you are listening to episode 206 with Jackson Millan – Changing The Landscape of Financial Education for Entrepreneurs. https://www.facebook.com/jackson.millan (Jackson Millan)—The Wealth Mentor has spent the last 14 years helping service businesses understand the language of money and manufacture financial freedom for themselves and their families. He has successfully helped over 1,000 clients build in excess of $1.5 billion in combined wealth and has scaled multiple 7 figure businesses. He is a master of helping business owners make money work for them and turn their business profit into personal wealth. Here's just a taste of what we talked about today:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JgUED6kttSwBLT3zHBgLy2rVx-rAHIlf/view?usp=sharing (What Jackson is Known For)Jackson is known for making what is often perceived as being extremely complex, very confusing, and very simple. He is a big believer that we've been sold this narrative that finance needs to be complicated. And a lot of that has come from creating a reliance on the financial services industry in order to get certain financial outcomes. He is also a big believer in shifting control back into the hands of everyday people, particularly business owners to help them become great financial stewards and play an active role being in the driver's seat as they work towards financial freedom for themselves and their families. Jackson has been in this industry for a decade and a half now and have loved every minute of it. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1T7_Xdwsqtrg1UFLMuynNBchn4DCCocye/view?usp=sharing (Jackson's Zone of Genius)Jackson's superpower is the ability to help people define the real financial north star and create a three-dimensional wealth plan. He mentioned that the vast majority of people, when it comes to creating wealth, chase the vehicle, instead of the destination. The problem is that most people have never been taught how to goal set and create a financial game plan properly. And that's because most of their goals are actually not goals, they're dreams because they're superficial, they're unquantified, they're wishy-washy, they're gray, and you can't plan with an unclarified plan. So what Jackson do is help them clarify that north star and reverse engineer it backward. Other Topics We Covered on the Show:Jackson shared how he and his team help people generate their service business into wealth. We also gave our own definition of financial freedom as well as the definition of freedom in other areas of our lives. Then, Jackson gladly shared the F4 framework that he uses to measure success in everything he does. The lesson that Jackson learned from his parents, especially his Dad. Next, we talked about Jackson's origin story. His desire to help his parents in the field of finance paves the way for him to be a wealth coach where he focuses on teaching people the language of money. Jackson discussed the three dimensions of a three-dimensional wealth plan. Getting bulked down in details has been Jackson's fatal flaw in his business. He overcomes this type of flaw by surrounding himself with bright people. To change the landscape of financial education globally for entrepreneurs is Jackson's driving force in his business. Jackson's personal hero is his Dad—the person that equips him with the best possible lessons that allowed him to create what he has created now. Lastly, Jackson's guiding principle is live for today and plan for tomorrow which is coupled by enjoy the journey, which is the title of his best-selling book. Recommended Media:Jackson mentioned the following book/s on the show. https://www.amazon.com/Enjoy-Journey-Creating-Wealth-Living-ebook/dp/B0797DMZBD (Enjoy The Journey) by Jackson Millan https://www.amazon.com/Richest-Man-Babylon-George-Clason/dp/1505339111 (The Richest Man in Babylon) by George S. Clason The
Does effectively leading a company have anything in common with leading your own personal development? Of course, but what parts? This is why I brought in Doug McKinley, whose career has allowed him to bridge an individual psychological practice with coaching execs and organization heads. We cover adversity and bouncing back from it, the similarities between self-leadership and leadership within an organization, the ways men find success (or hardship) in both, some of the conflicts between what society tells about leadership and what actual effective leading looks like, and how it all. comes. back. to. discipline. Doug McKinley spent the first 15 years of his vocational life serving as a clinical psychologist and founded his own group practice in the early 90s. He was honored to be able to assist clients in the relief of unnecessary suffering and finding a healing path forward. While this was fulfilling in its own right, Doug knew that he wanted to do more; the collective insights of 30 years of investing in people have led him to the conclusion that clarity and culture are not simply “nice to have.” After meeting Pat Williams, renowned leadership coach and author, at a conference on marriage counseling, Doug transitioned from clinical psychology into serving clients as an executive leadership development coach and consultant. Part of this transition included moving on from his clinical practice and founding an executive coaching firm. In 2012, Doug created a successful consulting company with a business partner that they would run together until selling it in late 2017. McKinley currency runs DLM Pathways, an organization dedicated to guiding leaders increase their self-awareness, discover their purpose, and develop their competencies. Doug holds a doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the Adler Professional School of Psychology and a Master's Degree in counseling from Wright State University. He has earned the Master Certified Coach designation from the International Coach Federation and is a practicing member of ICF. Doug is the author of The Resiliency Quest: A Journey of Personal Leadership Development for the Thriving Physician, and the co-author of Go Positive: Lead to Engage. He's also authored several training program manuals that focus on leadership development. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Baby Boomer generation is known for being ambitious, hard-working, and eager to take risks. As such, they are well-positioned to invest in early-stage venture capital and alternative investment firms.These firms are often looking for individuals with the financial resources and willingness to take risks that can help them grow impactful companies across the globe. Baby boomers can leverage their experience and networks to make these firms more purpose-driven, inclusive, and accessible.For example, they can provide mentorship and support to entrepreneurs from underrepresented communities or connect them with resources and contacts that can help them succeed. By investing in these firms, baby boomers can not only earn a financial return but also help to create positive social change.----------Bio:Dr. Navin Goyal M.D. is the CEO of LOUD Capital and a practicing anesthesiologist. He is passionate about making venture capital more purposeful, inclusive, and accessible, with a focus on businesses that have a positive impact on society.Visit Navin on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/navingoyalmd/LOUD Capital: https://loud.vc/Physician Underdog: https://www.physicianunderdog.com/Offor Health: https://www.offorhealth.com/
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On this episode Tom Hershey is joined by Kevin Song and Slater Borgen Of With.co to discuss their unique platform of acquiring small business real estate. Kevin, withco's Founder & CEO was driven to start this unique venture by the experience of his family's Brooklyn grocery store being displaced. Kevin's goal is for withco to make it exciting to be a small business owner in America again.
In this podcast, Samir Saran chats with Kushal about "The Changing Global Landscape" in light of the recently concluded Raisina Dialogue 2022. How has COVID 19 and the ongoing Russian Ukraine crisis impacted the world? How does social media affect global power structures? Follow Abhijit: Twitter: @samirsaran Twitter: @orfonline Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ORFDelhi #Raisina2022 #RussiaUkraineCrisis #Liberalism ------------------------------------------------------------ Listen to the podcasts on: SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/kushal-mehra-99891819 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1rVcDV3upgVurMVW1wwoBp Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-c%C4%81rv%C4%81ka-podcast/id1445348369 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/the-carvaka-podcast ------------------------------------------------------------ Support The Cārvāka Podcast: Become a Member on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKPxuul6zSLAfKSsm123Vww/join Become a Member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/carvaka UPI: kushalmehra@icici To buy The Carvaka Podcast Exclusive Merch please visit: http://kushalmehra.com/shop ------------------------------------------------------------ Follow Kushal: Twitter: https://twitter.com/kushal_mehra?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KushalMehraOfficial/? Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecarvakapodcast/?hl=en Koo: https://www.kooapp.com/profile/kushal_mehra Inquiries: https://kushalmehra.com/ Feedback: email@example.com
In this week's episode we'll discuss an undescribed role for NOX2 in maintaining lung homeostasis through suppression of alveolar macrophage activation. We'll also cover results of a phase 3 randomized trial that compares the safety and efficacy of hydroxyurea and peginterferon alfa-2a in patients with high-risk polycythemia vera and essential thrombocythemia (or PV and ET, respectively). Finally, we'll go more in depth on the emerging treatment landscape for PV, and the limits of current clinical trial endpoints.
SI's Kevin Sweeney joins the podcast to look at UConn basketball from a national perspective, dive into the transfer portal and NIL situations, and discuss what the future of college basketball looks like for schools like UConn and mid majors in the state.
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Joining us in conversation today is Nathan Willson all the way from Tokyo, Japan. Listeners will learn about the polyglot landscape he works in from Japan, why he believes knowing a language, and mastering it, are two different things, and what his first foray into coding looked like. We touch on the necessary evil of MIDI plugins, and Nathan introduces listeners to GEMS, how you can use it, and what he has done to make it accessible across the globe. We talk latency issues, curbing the potential for abuse, and choosing to make an app open source, before delving into Nathan's other projects outside of GEMS, including the Elixir app, Biddy, that he built with five friends, When to Chat, and much more. Thanks for tuning in to hear from today's inspiring guest. Key Points From This Episode: An introduction to today's guest, Nathan Willson, his Canadian-Japanese history, his obsession with Elixir, and his musical experimental app, GEMS. The polyglot environment in which he works which is Japanese and English. Why knowing a language and mastering a language are such different things. His first foray into coding via Reaper's plugins. Why he considers MIDI to be a necessary evil. What GEMS, or Globally Editable Matrix Sequencer, is, and how it works. How Phoenix or Elixir can facilitate the use of GEMS anywhere in the world, at the same time. How he has approached the problem of the potential for abuse. Relative and absolute latency and how that impacts user experience between countries. Nathan's other projects outside of GEMS, including the Elixir app, Biddy, and TreeLib. The app, When to Chat, that Nathan has built. Where he picked up his design skills with a background in back-end engineering. Why he prefers BandCamp to Spotify as a music listener. How his knowledge of Elixir has helped him to code Ruby better. An invitation from Nathan to reach out with what you are working on. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Tone.js — https://tonejs.github.io/ BandCamp — https://bandcamp.com/ Nathan Wilson — https://nathanwillson.com/ Nathan Willson on Twitter — https://twitter.com/nathanwillson Nathan Willson on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/nahtanw/ GEMS — https://gems.nathanwillson.com/ What is Max? | Cycling ‘74 — https://cycling74.com/products/max When to Chat —https://whentochat.co/ SmartLogic — https://smartlogic.io/ Special Guest: Nathan Willson.
Saif Shawqi, Associate Director, Islamic Finance, and Bashar Al Natoor, Global Head of Islamic Finance, discuss the development of ESG-related products in the GCC, the growth of green & sustainable sukuk, and more.
Although you might think of Tivo as the DVR of days gone by, the brand is still having an impact. These days,Tivo is part of Xpreri Corporation, and the data that the company gathers is making it possible for brands to understand their customers better as it relates to TV and streaming advertising. Fariba Zamaniyan, the Vice President, Advanced Media and AdvertisingVice President, Advanced Media and Advertising at Xperi Corporation, discusses that and more on this episode. Tune in to learn:Understanding the landscape of TV advertising (7:25)Taking control and bringing tech in-house to harness the power of digital (10:00)Will Nielsen be prominent in the future? (16:50)What are brands doing today that is actually working when it comes to assessing consumer behavior? (22:20)How should brands think about segmenting customers to ensure the most success? (29:20)Up Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Learn more at http://www.salesforce.com/commerce Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at http://www.mission.org.
In a special guest episode of The TreppWire Podcast, we welcome Carly Tripp, Global Chief Investment Officer and Head of Real Estate Investments at Nuveen Real Estate. Carly speaks with the team about the shifting commercial real estate landscape, diving into the impact of the current macroeconomic climate and how the pandemic changed the market. We also discuss the heavily-debated office sector, retail resiliency, and surprises in CRE. Episode Notes: Carly Tripp background/overview (0:54) Interest rates and inflation, impact on CRE (3:51) Are parts of CRE more resilient to passing costs? (7:08) Rental housing (10:16) The velocity of CRE & investment (12:06) CRE fundamentals: the office market (14:22) Hotel volatility (18:17) Strong performers, alternative asset classes (20:51) Retail resiliency (23:46) What keeps us up at night: the macro backdrop (26:08) Vibe check (29:26) Nuveen RealAccess report (30:33) Questions or comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Trepp: • Twitter: www.twitter.com/TreppWire • LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/trepp-llc • Facebook: www.facebook.com/TreppLLC
Die Sängerinnen und Sänger des Huelgas Ensembles haben mit maßstabsetzenden Interpretationen unser Bild von der Renaissance geprägt. Vor 50 Jahren hat Paul van Nevel das Ensemble gegründet, nun ist eine Doppel-CD zum Jubiläum erschienen - "The Landscape of the Polyphonists". Thorsten Preuß hat sie gehört.
Damascus is a small town with a big claim to fame: Seven nationally known trails, including the Appalachian Trail and the Virginia Creeper Trail intersect within the town's borders. The Damascus lifestyle is adventurous and creative, yet laid-back and well-paced. It's a place where you can be super-active, or where you can reconnect with nature, rejuvenate, and find your inner peace. Damascus is also a gateway town to Mount Rogers, the highest point in the state of Virginia with a summit elevation of 5,729 feet, as well as nearby Whitetop Mountain, and Grayson Highlands State Park.In this episode I travel to Damascus and sit down with Beaty Jackson, Town Council Member, gear rep for several outdoor brands, and full-time Damascus resident. We talk about what makes this town so authentically special, and how Damascus has found ways to turn their trails and other outdoor recreation resources into a source of local pride and community revitalization. We also talk about the biggest event of the year in Damascus, the Appalachian Trail Days Festival - known locally as 'Trail Days' - where the town celebrates the Appalachian Trail and thru-hiker culture, and a massive reunion of thru-hikers past and present.Damascus is the type of place you have to experience, not just visit and leave…and each time I visit, the town reveals a little more of itself to me, and I leave with even more reasons to return. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODEVisit DamascusTown of DamascusAppalachian Trail Days FestivalAppalachian Trail ConservancyMission: Empower visitors, volunteers, local businesses, and the regional economy by connecting people to the region's outdoor resources. Educate visitors and volunteers through exhibits, interpretation, and programming. Protect the A.T. Landscape by being a hub to learn about environmental stewardship.Damascus Trail CenterMount Rogers National Recreation AreaGrayson Highlands State ParkDestination by Design
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Will's interest lies at the intersection of entrepreneurship, social impact, and environmental preservation. He was recently awarded Forbes 30 under 30 and has also been selected as one of Norway's top leaders under 30 for his work pursuing the sustainable development goals. He is the Founder and Co-CEO of Ocean Bottle, a company dedicated to helping to save the ocean which has removed 4.5 million kilos of plastic from the ocean to date. In this episode we talk about how to enable individuals to impact the global plastic crisis, and how to reshape the business landscape. We talk about how to use your voice and actions to transition to a new economy. Discover show notes, Will's book recommendation and more on www.goingconscious.com. Connect with Will:Instagram @oceanbottle www.oceanbottle.co Connect with Nikki:Instagram & LinkedIn @nikkitrott www.consciousaccelerator.com
Please be aware the stories, theories, re-enactments and language in this podcast are of an adult nature and can be considered disturbing, frightening and in some cases even offensive. Listener Discretion is therefore advised. Welcome heathens welcome to the world of the weird and unexplained. I'm your host, Nicole Delacroix and together, we will be investigating stories about the things that go bump in the night, frighteningly imagined creatures, supernatural beings and even some unsolved mysteries and all sorts of weirdness. So, sit back, grab your favorite drink, and prepare to be transported to today's dark Enigma.... And on today's Dark enigma well, we have a very interesting listener suggestion, so we'll jump right in! So, with that said, we will still be playing our drinking game and as you know, the drinking game is only for those of us that are at home and have nowhere else to go tonight. The choice of libation, as always my darlings, is yours, so choose your poison accordingly… Alright, now for the game part how about every time I say dream that will be a single shot and every time I say sleep, that will be a double shot. Now that the business end is out of the way we can jump headfirst into today's dark enigma… so grab your security blankie and whatever stuffed toy you sleep with as we dive deep into today's Dark Enigma with The Frightening and Oft Times Surreal Landscape of the Scary World of Dream Demons The world of sleep and dreams has long fascinated mankind, and has held a prominent place in folklore, legends, and myths around the world for as long as we have been able to ponder such things. It is interesting that even now in the modern age sleep and dreams remain virtually as mysterious as they always have been, with no real concrete, agreed upon reasons for why we do either one of them. When we dream we might as well be venturing out to the boundaries of the known universe for all we know about them.
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Nonprofit News of the week. Supreme Court Poised To Strike Down Roe v. Wade, Changing Advocacy Landscape For Both Pro-Choice & Pro-Life Nonprofits A draft decision of the United States Supreme Court ruling on a pending abortion case appears to show the majority of justices in favor of striking down Roe v. Wade, upending nearly 50 years of abortion-access precedent, according to a leaked draft obtained by Politico. The decision comes as a worst-case scenario for pro-choice advocacy and provider groups like Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America, while it also is perceived as a monumental achievement by pro-life groups. As abortion becomes illegal to access and potentially criminalized in the wake of the decision which will be released in June, human rights groups are warning that nonprofits and tech companies may come under legal pressure to disclose sensitive information regarding people who seek information about abortion clinics, emergency contraceptives, and the like. An anti-abortion nonprofit in Wisconsin called Wisconsin Family Action was the target of an arson attack on Sunday. Read more ➝ Summary Jeff Bezos donates nearly $120 mn to nonprofit: Report | The Siasat Daily The Chronicle of Philanthropy Unveils Ambitious Growth Plan to Put National Spotlight on Social Sector, Become Nonprofit | The Chronicle of Philanthropy Opinion | Black Lives Matter needs to get its (real expensive) house in order | Washington Post The AP Interview: BLM's Patrisse Cullors denies wrongdoing | AP NEWS CEA Nonprofit winner: Seeing a sea turtle need | Greater Wilmington Business Journal Rough Transcript [00:00:00] This week on a nonprofit news feed, we have our major story, which we made the focus of the week's newsletter, which is the Supreme court poised to strike down Roe V. Wade, and how we see that changing the landscape for advocacy for both pro-choice and pro-life nonprofits, as well as touching many of them. [00:00:21] Industries again, this is not gone through, it was a leaked bit, but Nick, you're going to walk us through this as well as some other news highlights. [00:00:28] Sure George, I can start us off. So of course, yes, we begin with that first story that was. Reported by Politico, which published a draft decision written by a United States Supreme court, which appeared to show that they were poised. At least when the decision draft decision was written to overturn Roe V. [00:00:52] Wade, what that means is that nearly 50 years of abortion access precedent coming from the court now, It's very likely to be reversed. The decision comes as a worst case scenario for pro-choice advocacy groups and health provider groups like planned parenthood. Now pro-choice America and many other groups and funds that work to help women access abortions. [00:01:23] And. That being said on the flip side of it, there are lots of pro-life or anti-abortion advocacy groups themselves non-profits that are, have been working to get this passed. So essentially you have this bombshell announcement that's completely altered the, the landscape for advocacy organizations. [00:01:47] Both, both sides of this issue. And there's so many reasons and so many ways in which this can pretty dramatically impact America, social life and economics, the list goes on and on, but at its heart, this is ringing. Has a bombshell decision for a lot of people and people have understandably, very emotional reactions. [00:02:13] George w w what's your take and how do we think about the many nonprofit organizations that are kind of involved with. [00:02:20] it's hard to see through the frustration and many distracting narratives going on, such as , who leaked it, how it happen. I think we. If we're being honest, could see the dominoes falling after RBG sadly passed and was unfortunately, not really, even remotely honored when it was rushed through, into the Supreme court to change the landscape of how these justices would deliberate Roe V. Wade . [00:02:53] So, you know, I've been waiting through just massive amounts of news, but I think anything that's. Looking backward saying, oh my gosh, they lied in testimony. And it truly doesn't matter what we're trying to focus on. And what I'm trying to look at is the second order effects that are to come and, , pulling those out of. [00:03:12] Non-profits in the narrative saying here are some that were for some that were against this decision and suddenly the entire table has just been flipped upside down. And so these groups that have previously been more about advocacy and have just removed potentially a layer of support for women who are truly in need and in a time of,, great. [00:03:39] Great risk. I would say that frankly, planned parenthood and others were supporting in that period of time. There's no safety net. If suddenly you're in a state where that's made illegal. And so you have to move from groups that maybe were pushing paper and other, very lightweight ways of advocacy into new. [00:04:00] No, you have to support these women in some way. Whether or not that aligns with. [00:04:06] the. [00:04:06] Right of choice or right of life. There's a lot of infrastructure that is just not there. And I see a switch and is about to be flipped and not a lot of planning as a result of it. And so, , I try to park a lot of the hand wringing about how did this happen and this person did that to her. As somebody who's going to become pregnant, who may be in tremendous need, doubt, concern, risk, and more than one, you know, the data will show you this in a lot of the states that are about to flip back to a draconian that would use the word type of legal system that does not support these women in a safe way. [00:04:50] And that's where I'm trying to spend my, my thinking a bit on. [00:04:53] Yeah, George, I think that's a good analysis, nearly one in four women. By the time they reach 45 50. We'll have had an abortion in this United States. And the fact that now what was a relatively routine medical procedure, a lot of these states have snap laws that go into effect the moment. RO would be toppled. [00:05:22] Those are poised to go into effect. There are some states that are pushing laws to in fact, criminalize abortion, as in getting one or facilitating access to an abortion is now a criminal criminal offense. And that is it's insane to be honest. It's, it's an it's insane. And The other, the flip side of this, and there's kind of more of the story as we outlined in the newsletter here is that human rights groups are actually warning human rights watch. [00:05:56] And other other news organizations are warning that tech companies and organizations with information about people who've accessed abortion. Resources or, or procedures. Those organizations with that data may find themselves under legal pressure to disclose that information to prosecutors, if charges were be, to be brought. [00:06:20] And it's just kind of another kind of dark direction that this is facing. If getting an abortion becomes a criminal offense. So. Like you said it kind of flips the whole thing upside down. We don't know. I don't think where this is going to go from what I'm seeing on the advocacy side, there are tons of abortion funds that are organizations that help facilitate a women accessing an abortion. [00:06:51] And even in states where it's perfectly legal people, it can be tough to access. Right. You know, there's so COE, there's monetary barriers and there's a lot of organizations on the ground that have some experience doing this, but they're about to find themselves as a lifeline for a lot more people than they anticipated very quickly. [00:07:14] So it'll be interesting to see how that. [00:07:15] The word here is legality. And when you change that word, you suddenly have a whole host of I'll use the word weapons provided to the court system. To mandate, demand and force companies that may have data say Google, potentially apple, depending on where the data resides in the searches and information and stored contacts. [00:07:45] And what have you, if this is a legal question, but because it's been made illegal for a woman who is by the way, Even beyond sort of the questions of rape and incest and very, very real medical endo topic type pregnancies, where you will really have to get a get an abortion to save your life potentially is that,, the process of, of having a child in America, despite all our advances has carries with it, 60 X, 60 times percent, 60 times, the amount of. [00:08:19] That an abortion does. And so with that, and you're using the word legal as a thought exercise, consider how marijuana laws carry across states right now. And if you drive across the border with a certain amount of legally purchase marijuana, I did something illegal here. It is illegal over there and you go state by state. [00:08:41] There are a lot of unfortunate second order effects that could happen. And. The, the landscape gets a little bit more scary and I think it's a great, that human rights watch has already sounding the alarm with enough time for companies to start anonymizing de anonymizing and protecting people that. [00:09:02] will be put in danger in these states and areas. [00:09:07] I agree. Really important things to think about. And again, if this is, it goes up and down the ladder, right? This is, this is a fundamentally altering in the ways that very few policies or laws or quite frankly, events, at least in my lifetime have had in terms of. Life as an American, quite frankly. [00:09:31] So of course, we'll continue to watch this story. The one aside is that you'll probably start to see increasing tension on both sides over the weekend. And anti-abortion nonprofit and in Wisconsin called Wisconsin family action was the target of an arson attack. Over the past couple of decades, both organizations on both sides of this issue have seen instances of violence. [00:09:58] Unfortunately, but it's yeah, I don't know, kind of at a loss of words with what more to say, but something we'll [00:10:06] Yeah, I would say if you're, if you're frustrated, , one thing just to speak, , personally, as a, as a. Parent, Of, you know, one little girl in one little way. And also as a leader of a company, I thought I was compelled to say something to the staff. And I'm going to probably continue to try to also message her around this, just about where we sit, what we think and what we do to help keep the focus, because a lot of people are frustrated and where I try to point us toward is that this is the. [00:10:38] Social justice pendulum swinging in a way that we really disagree with that violates precedent. That actually for the first time, in as many years, these like 50 plus years removes a right, that we thought was an amiable and granted into the contract of America. And one thing I know about pendulums is that when you push them very hard to one side, they come. [00:11:05] With force back the other direction. And so the positive, cause I always push myself to think this way that I as do see coming is that a lot of people just woke up to the fact that what was granted and what was taken for granted has been taken away and people do not like it. When you take things away, we feel lost two X, the amount of gain. [00:11:30] So I think a lot of people just woke up and they woke up at. [00:11:32] a time when the midterms are coming. And That's why I believe there isn't a sort of large brass band being walked down Washington right now. But the GOP, I think there's a lot of people afraid to talk about what the actual implications of what a minority has just pushed onto a majority. [00:11:50] That's a great point, George, when you take a step back and then contextualize it and think about. Broader trends. [00:11:58] All right, pivoting a little bit. I'll take us into the summary on, I'll say a much lighter note billionaire owner and or previous owner, not no longer chief executive of Amazon, but billionaire, nonetheless, Jeff Bezos has donated $120 million to as yet unnamed. Nonprofit. Apparently this brings his non-profit donations up to 233 million, at least in terms of unnamed nonprofits, he's giving money to George why'd you throw this in the mix. [00:12:35] I just wanted to throw a little, two things. One of the throw a little shade that he's only about five Billy, 5 billion short of what his wife ex-wife has done is a philanthropic leader, but also I think you want to keep an eye on where his kind of dollars are going because there's a lot more dollars behind it. [00:12:56] And it's very interesting to see. Where frankly, one of the richest men in the world is deploying capital in the social impact sector. So it's not just a sort of billionaire watch, but it's saying where, where is that? That mindset shifting and this particular time. [00:13:12] I think that's a good point in a world where billionaires seemingly increasingly dominate the news and trends and other aspects of our life. Looking at Elan Musk, controlling the Twitter verse I think it's important to keep an eye on. Our next story comes from the Chronicle of philanthropy. [00:13:32] And it is about the Chronicle of philanthropy, which has announced a quote, ambitious growth plan to put the national spotlight on the social sector, which is their way of saying they are becoming a nonprofit news organization. The Chronicle of philanthropy previously I did not know this was actually wholly owned and operated by. [00:13:54] The Chronicle of higher education, which is kind of the premier news source for colleges and university and higher education type news. But that is itself a private, independent for-profit entity. But now the Chronicle of philanthropy is breaking off into their separate own nonprofit organization. [00:14:12] One of many newsrooms to do so of late. This is absolutely a continuation of the trend. [00:14:20] I feel like it's a great way for a leading voice on non-profits to in fact, you know, walk the walk and I, I hope them All the success we enjoy their work and yeah, hopefully it continues to grow as a, an extra valued source of information and sector. [00:14:40] All right, I'm going to wrap our next two stories together because they're related. This is following up on a story that we talked about a couple of weeks ago about the black lives matter organization which came under some heat for the publication that it had purchased a multimillion dollar home in The the, the bay area. [00:15:04] And also came under criticism for not filing form nine nineties and in general, a lack of transparency around its financials. So the two articles we have here is an opinion published in the Washington post, which from, I think, a large. Hacktivists perspective is critical of the organization for not necessarily engaging or being as transparent with the local chapters and the family funds that were set up for victims of police brutality and the desire at the activist level for a little bit more accountability for the national organization, which in. [00:15:46] 2020 saw $90 million in donations. The other news source is from the AP and which the former director of the organization, Patrice colors denied wrongdoing but also laid out some of the concerns of people within the activist community. I should say that at the bottom of that article, I thought this is a little bit more important. [00:16:10] They did file a nine 90, which technically brings them up to date. But the nine 90 only goes until June of 2020. So does not include Really the tremendous growth they've seen over the past couple of years within that financial disclosure. And I think we wanted to highlight this story again because we brought it to this podcast a couple of weeks ago. [00:16:34] And George, we sifted through the only articles we really could find were quite frankly from right wing news sources that were, were talking about it. And but we, we identified. Within that, that there actually is kind of a genuine thing to talk about within that narrative. So we wanted to highlight from the activist level, what people are thinking about this, but yeah. [00:17:00] George, do you have any other thoughts or things to add on that? [00:17:03] Yeah. [00:17:04] we definitely looked through quite a number of news outlets and clearly, you know, outlets that rhyme with the word pot. Have you had a field day with this into, you know, something where, you know, a kernel truth has turned into a tree of lies and manipulation, but there is still seeds of what actually, you know, did happen. [00:17:26] And we try to go to primary sources and that quote from colors actually from the AP I don't know. Read it directly on paper. It looks crazy. She said, we use this term in our movement a lot, which is we're building the plane while flying it. I don't believe in that anymore. The only regret I have with BLM is wishing that we could have paused for one to two years. [00:17:48] Just not do any work and just focus on the infrastructure. You know, the foundation paid 6 million for this Los Angeles compound in 2020 and has, you know, brought ire and criticism. Here's the truth. There is, there's a problem. I'd say with crisis crowd funding, when a bunch of money is thrown at an organization of the moment, regardless of whether they have the infrastructure to achieve what the moment demands. [00:18:18] There's a reason why traditional philanthropies capital P philanthropies will not give more than X percent of a total revenue. In a grant to a non-profit, let's say you are a half a million dollar organization, many philanthropy say you're eligible for up to, let's say 50% of your operating revenue for our grant, because the true fact is if they were to get more, say 5 million or 50 million, they wouldn't have the infrastructure to use it. [00:18:49] And what's worse. Could actually send them into a bit of a tailspin of hiring too quickly, focusing on the wrong things and not having the infrastructure to manage that money and that word. Can't just be glossed over. And I think this is just an honest quote from exactly what happened. You know, they were, you know, suddenly handed tens of millions of dollars and then expected to operate like an organization with that revenue. [00:19:14] And the truth is it's not there that it takes a long time to hire, to set up these systems. And again it's you know, I think it's great that she's out there making, you know, trying to bring back this, this narrative and obviously it's yeah, the probably, I mean, it hurts quite a bit. She says that, that this is quote a false narrative and it's impacted me personally and professionally that people would accuse me of stealing from black people. [00:19:41] And you know I think. It's a, it's a tough moment. The foundation announced state 19 million fundraising amount. Wow. I didn't realize it was that high anyway. Things for you to look at and to consider around these macro issues of, of funding. Hmm. [00:20:00] Should we do a feel-good story, Nick? We've been, I put some, I put some good wins in there this week. I knew I had been letting the team. [00:20:08] Yeah, George let's do a feel good story. This comes from Wilmington, biz.com. Wilmington's homepage for business. Tart title of the article is about seeing a sea turtle in need. And. This is about a, a sea turtle rehabilitation project. And within the 31 sea turtles residing at the center as of this year they could be released back into the ocean after recovering from various elements. [00:20:44] There is one turtle named Lenny a Ridley turtle that can't be released because. Blind and can't survive on her own. But just want to shout out that the awesome organizations in this case, the Karen Beasley, sea turtle rescue and rehabilitation center which is taking care of sea turtles and sea turtles are awesome. [00:21:05] I, I learned from finding Nemo that they live a very long time and I think that's very cool. So I've always been a big. [00:21:12] All right. So I had to look this up, see turtles can live up to 50 years or more. So that's, that's great. That they're, they're taking care of taking care of these animals. Good job. And also kudos on anytime we get an article pun. So good job seeing those sea turtles. All right, Nick. Thanks for bringing all the news to us. [00:21:35] Thanks, George.
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After building for the last few months, the Pack of Wolves NIL Collective for NC State is set to launch on Monday. Former NC State and current NFL quarterback Mike Glennon has been a part of the program since the start as a member of the Executive Board. Michael Clark sat down with Glennon to talk about his involvement in the Pack of Wolves, the importance of NIL in college sports, his thoughts on the upcoming season for NC State, how he plans to serve as an advisor for student-athletes, which players he's been working with this offseason and much more!
Topic: Changing the Landscape of Women in Orthodoxy Guest: Ann Pava Ann Pava, President of Micah Philanthropies, is an activist, philanthropist, and thought leader. A natural community builder, Ann strives to embody the core Jewish values that animate her work, as expressed by the prophet Micah - “Only to do justice, to love kindness and to walk humbly with your God.” As a philanthropist, Ann takes the lead in innovative giving while making all who participate feel counted, and treats all those they support as valued partners. As an activist, she has the unique ability to bring all types of people together, analyze challenges, and devise solutions. Ann believes that one of the strongest avenues to success for any organization is a strong lay and professional partnership. She is an articulate and passionate ambassador for the organizations and leaders she supports. A hallmark of her success over her career is her ability to inspire, mentor, and empower others, especially women, to lead and to make the world a better place. Ann is the immediate past chair of Prizmah: Center for Jewish Day Schools and a past chair of National Women's Philanthropy of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA). She is Founding Chair of the Hebrew High School of New England, and past chair of the Jewish Federation of Western MA. She currently serves on the boards of the Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance,(JOFA) Yeshivat Maharat, Prizmah, JFNA, and the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford. She serves as Committee Chair for the Graduate Program for Advanced Talmud Studies for Women (GPATS) at Yeshiva University. Ann is a past recipient of the JFNA Kipnes-Wilson Friedland Award for outstanding women philanthropists. She also received the Harold Grinspoon Foundation's Lay Leadership Award for Excellence in Jewish Education. She and Jeremy received the Connecticut ADL Torch of Liberty Award. Ann enjoys spending time with her husband Jeremy and their beautiful family including their three married children and three grandchildren and has become the world's best babysitter. She is a new and determined runner, an avid reader of any type of fiction, and loves to cook for company. In this new episode, we cover: 1. Kindness as a guiding light 2. Loving the Underdog 3. The Beauty of Giving 4. The influence & inspiration of Harold Grinspoon 5. How to Ask for & How to Give Money 6. Big Tent Approach 7. A Different ball game in Jewish Life 8. Impacting Schools & Shuls And a whole lot more!
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Patrick Daugherty (@RotoPat) and Denny Carter (@CDCarter13) come at the DeAndre Hopkins suspension from every angle, debating whether this is the end of Hopkins as fantasy managers know it and who might step into his void in Arizona. They also touch on the Panthers' quarterback situation and try to figure out where Baker Mayfield might end up. They close by examining the post-draft zero-RB landscape, identifying some rookie targets and pondering what might happen in the newly-complicated backfields of Buffalo, Seattle and New England.(6:22) DeAndre Hopkins suspension(13:46) Marquise Brown's impact in Arizona(21:33) Back-up quarterback carousel (30:23) The post-draft zero-RB landscape(43:22) Assessing the Patriots and the Seahawks backfields