One bill headed to Governor Inslee's desk this session, SB 5080, aims to increase racial diversity in the state's licensed cannabis businesses – and to support the communities most harmed by past drug laws.
Guest Dawn Wages Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes Hello and welcome to Sustain! The podcast where we talk about sustaining open source for the long haul. Today, Richard is very excited to have as his guest, Dawn Wages, who's the Python Community Advocate at Microsoft, Core Team Member for Wagtail, DjangoCon Organizer, and Director and Treasurer for the Python Software Foundation. We'll hear Dawn's journey into how she got involved with the PSF and as a Python Community Advocate at Microsoft, she explains how to become a PSF member, as well as the benefits, since they've made some changes recently. She explains where she falls on the ethical source divide and dives into the AntiRacist Ethical Source License, which is her niche. Also, she shares advice on how communities can be more sustainable at navigating conflict in their communities and reveals that we should lead with empathy. If you're looking at going to a conference this year, there's some great DjangoCon's and a PyCon going on that are worth checking out. Hit download now to hear more! [00:03:31] We hear how Dawn got involved with the PSF and how she became the Python Community Advocate at Microsoft. [00:05:23] Dawn shares why foundations in the open source space seem to continually have this community voting way of entering into the board, if she thinks it's healthy, and if she thought about it when she was working on Django's new process. [00:08:27] Both dollars and time are things which are often barriers to entry for DEI, so how does that help diversity, equity, and inclusion versus how it hurts it? Also, we hear about Wagtail and Torchbox and what they do. [00:11:40] Dawn mentioned that the PSF lowered the dollar amount and Open Collective, so now we hear the benefits it gives to an individual to become a member of the PSF, if that's something people should think about if they're working in Python, and if it's possible to join on behalf of the project and not their company. [00:13:30] We hear about a tool called, Fiscal Sponsoree, with the PSF. [00:14:50] Dawn fills us in on DjangoCon 2023, the financing structure for keeping Django going, how they think about sustainability in their community, and DjangoCon Africa 2023. [00:16:51] What does a sponsored chair do? [00:19:04] Richard wonders how Dawn thinks about the return on investment for her ultimate strategy, why these conferences, and what's the ultimate narrative arc for her seventh season open source Bajor story. Also, she explains why she's the treasurer. [00:22:56] Richard explains what the Ethical Source Movement is and wonders how Dawn holds the tension and where she falls on the ethical source divide. [00:24:37] We hear Richard's opinion on one of the problems with open source requiring a huge layout of upfront investment in hours and time and no guarantee that it will pay off, and the work being detrimental to mental health of people working on it. Dawn talks about the Anti-Racist License and explains the “PIES” check-in. [00:28:12] Dawn shares advice on how to help communities be more sustainable at navigating trauma and conflict in their communities without it becoming a drain on resources. [00:31:00] Listen here for a list of conferences you should go to that are Python and Django and where you can follow Dawn on the web. Quotes [00:08:58] “Open source is not accessible for everyone, and it's not a great method for everyone. It is people who have support elsewhere somehow.” [00:26:34] “I think there are tools we can use to be able to acknowledge the humanity of the individuals contributing, and being flexible and thoughtful about the goals we are trying to meet as a collective, and the goals the individual is trying to contribute or try to receive.” Spotlight [00:33:21] Richard's spotlight is his friend, Danielle Garber, who's a personal coach and makes amazing hand woven things. [00:34:08] Dawn's spotlight is Jeff Triplett, Director of PSF, and Coraline Ada Ehmke, lead organizer for the Organization for Ethical Source. Links SustainOSS (https://sustainoss.org/) SustainOSS Twitter (https://twitter.com/SustainOSS?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) SustainOSS Discourse (https://discourse.sustainoss.org/) firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) Richard Littauer Twitter (https://twitter.com/richlitt?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor) Dawn Wages Twitter (https://twitter.com/BajoranEngineer) Dawn Wages Website (https://dawnwages.info/) Dawn Wages Mastodon (https://mastodon.online/@fly00gemini8712) Python Software Foundation (https://www.python.org/psf-landing/) At The Root (https://attheroot.dev/) DjangoCon 2023 (Durham, North Carolina) (https://2023.djangocon.us/) DjangoCon 2023 (Edinburgh, Scotland) (https://2023.djangocon.eu/) DjangoCon Africa 2023 ( Zanzibar, Tanzania) (https://2023.djangocon.africa/) PyCon 2023 (Salt Lake City, Utah) (https://us.pycon.org/2023/) Sustain Podcast-Episode 75: Deb Nicholson on the OSI, the future of open source, and SeaGL (https://podcast.sustainoss.org/75) Wagtail (https://wagtail.org/) Torchbox (https://torchbox.com/) Fiscal Sponsorees (https://www.python.org/psf/fiscal-sponsorees/) AntiRacist Ethical Source License (https://github.com/AtTheRoot/ATR-License) Every Thread Handwoven (Danielle Garber) (https://www.everythreadhandwoven.com/) Jeff Triplett Website (https://jefftriplett.com/about/) Coraline Ada Ehmke Website (https://where.coraline.codes/) Credits Produced by Richard Littauer (https://www.burntfen.com/) Edited by Paul M. 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Join Austin and Logan to discuss the Wyoming license numbers for 2023 and find out where random licenses will be available and which units will be open to max preference point holders only. The 90% / 10% split is now in effect and severely limits non-resident licenses beginning this year. The winter kill and permit numbers for deer and antelope are also discussed. Bison, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, Shiras moose, elk, deer, and antelope license numbers for non-residents are part of this episode. See the draft regulation and license numbers at https://wgfd.wyo.gov/Get-Involved/Public-Meetings. More information on the WGFD Commission is available at https://wgfd.wyo.gov/about-us/game-and-fish-commission.
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The cost for a Washington driver's license is the most expensive in the nation. KVI's John Carlson examines the impact of why licenses have become so expensive as Legislative Democrats and Gov. Inslee have gradually increased their costs over the years. The cost for a first time driver's license in WA is $89--which includes a Ticketmaster-esque $35 filing fee charged by the state.
In 2020, Oregon became the first state in the nation to allow the supervised use of psilocybin. Voters approved a measure that directed the Oregon Health Authority to develop a program of rules and regulations around the hallucinogen's use.Two and a half years later, the state is now accepting license applications for psilocybin facilitators, service centers, manufacturers and laboratories. The rollout has been rocky at times, with a major trainer for the program going bankrupt and several counties and municipalities opting out of the program. But the state's first facilitators have graduated from training, and the first manufacturing licenses have now been issued.We get an update on the rollout from Angie Allbee, manager of the psilocybin services section at OHA.
There are currently around 200,000 active gun licenses in Ireland. An expert group has recommended that gun owners licensing system be changed. Under new suggestions, the issuing of permits would be dependent on undertaking training, among other details. Sean was joined by Liam Nolan, Course Director of the Deer Alliance Hunter Competence Assessment Programme & spokesperson for the Firearms Users Representation Group (FURG)...
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Michael Wallace has this evening's top news from the WCBS newsroom.
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On this week's show, Bret Amundson, Dan Amundson and David Eckhardt are joined by Sam Soholt to talk early season turkey hunting tips and tactics, hunting land access and what the future might look like as far as non-resident licenses, lotteries and more. Sam also tells us about his latest trip to New Zealand. Joe […] The post SJR | Week 551: The Future of Non-Resident Hunting Licenses & Early Season Turkey Tips appeared first on Sporting Journal Radio.
The Montana House endorsed a bill that would extend a moratorium on licenses for new recreational cannabis businesses and clarify regulatory oversight.
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State budget writers pledge to keep putting savings in the state's rainy day funds. Washington authorities say they've found the bodies of a missing mother and daughter. Oregon lawmakers want to make One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest the state's official film. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Hosts I-Hsien and Shane prognosticate about what's in store for the industry. What will the business model and customer experience look like—and what should it look like. (54m) Editing: Aram Vartian Important Links: Total Party Thrill Discord server: Come hang out with us and other fans of the show. https://discord.gg/GvFXnSv TPT Character Creation Forge Codex: […]
NY Set to Double Number of Licenses for Cannabis Dispensaries Across State. The New York Cannabis Control Board and the Office of Cannabis Management announced it will increase the number of Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary Licenses that'll be issued from the originally planned 150 to 300 licenses. This effort was enhanced through the creation of the $200 million New York State Social Equity Cannabis Fund, a public-private partnership providing renovated, retail locations to the initial 150 licensees. Only 3 locations are open currently legally. But you can still get it on every corner. Check out more stories like these on www.cannabistalk101.com & on www.cannabistalkmagazine.com.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Episode 300 of Caveat REALTOR®, the Legal Team discusses concurrent licenses.
Today's episode looks at an important issue that is happening in many states, including Red states like OK. While as Christians we show care and kindness to everyone, there are laws in every country on earth that require people to enter their nation legally. And the issue of Driver's Licenses creates issues when it comes to voter laws and more that should be only accessible by those who have followed all the laws of a country, Ready to join The Rebellion? Become a patreon member and enjoy some great extras while supporting our efforts to speak the Truth into our culture. Learn more at patreon.com/dreverettpiper. Find more resources and info at dreverettpiper.com
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On today's episode of the podcast I'm talking about how to handle copycats. This covers anyone who is copying your business ideas, website copy, course materials, general artistic vision and point of view, etc. The more I've promoted my legal subscription, the more I'm seeing cases of copycats. To join the legal subscription visit notavglaw.com. Join by the end of March to become a founding member of the subscription (new name for the subscription coming soon). My examples in today's episode are much like TV shows in that they are based on a true story but told in a way to protect the person whose specific example I'm referencing, but is also an example I've seen multiple, multiple times. My first example is about a fellow course creator friend who has courses, memberships and online content and this friend found out that another individual was copying their whole business - the business name was different, but the industry was similar, and this individual had bought all of my friend's programs, downloaded all their email opt-ins and essentially copied the whole thing. This is one of the issues when we get into copyright. People come to me all the time saying they want to create a course, how do I prevent students from going on to create their own course based on mine? You can't really inhibit someone's ability to make money, but of course you don't want them to straight up rip off your content. This gets dicey because let's say you took a course four years ago and implemented it in your own business, at what point have you gained enough know-how and expertise with your own systems and examples to create your own course? The crux of the problem is that ultimately none of us are fully self-taught, either we learned our expertise from a college program or through educational resources or both. All of our knowledge is gained from somewhere but there needs to be a dividing line on when it becomes our own versus when it's someone else's and with this particular example, it was pretty clear that this line was far crossed. I had another friend with a similar, though not quite as egregious, situation. They sold templates online and they had a student who decided to sell the same products. The problem here was the websites, shopping carts and branding were all pretty similar. This creates customer confusion and that's what we don't want. My third example is an artist friend who has had a copycat of their distinct artistic style. They had someone slide into their DMs saying they loved their work, and before long that person was making almost direct copies of the artwork. Inspiration is fine, copy and theft is not. What can you do about copycats? Let's dive into copyright basics. A copyright protects a person's original work of authorship like a song or book. There are three requirements a work must meet to be deemed a work of authorship: It must be original It must be fixed in a tangible expression, it can't just be an idea in your head It must have some type of creativity associated with it, for example it can't be an appendix or phone book. You obtain general copyright privileges as soon as you create a work, and this is generally misunderstood. What it means is as soon as you create a thing, as soon as you write something or create a piece of art, you own the copyright but registering that copyright is what gives you an added layer of protection which allows you to more easily defend your work. Copyright owners must show monetary harm in order to legally pursue someone. A registered copyright allows you to sue for money AND attorney fees without actual proof of damages. This is great if you plan to sue but beyond that it's a serious piece of negotiation leverage. The copyright symbol is very similar to our trademark symbol with one important difference. The copyright symbol also shows the work is yours and helps you prove someone is being a bad faith actor if you need to sue them and translates to higher amounts for which you can sue and gives more leverage in negotiation. Unlike the R in a circle which is the trademark symbol, you can use the circle C copyright symbol before you register the copyright so go slap that on everything provided that you meet the three copyright requirements. The default rule is the copyright is owned by the author or creator of the work. The primary exception to this is works made for hire. Works created by employees are owned by the employer. Works made by contractors can be deemed works for hire if that contractor signs a valid work made for hire agreement. I include these in the Contract Club. This works provided that the type of work falls in one of the allowable statutory categories, which are surprisingly limited and for this reason I highly recommend asking your contractors who are creating copyrightable work to sign a copyright release transfer of ownership. The bundle of rights - a copyright provides a collection of rights including: The right to reproduce the work The right to display or perform the work The right to distribute the work The right to create derivative work Transferring some rights is typically deemed a license and licensing can be limited to just one of the rights like right to distribute the work like licensing to Amazon to distribute your book. Licenses can be exclusive or non-exclusive. A non-exclusive licenses says I'm permitting you to this thing but other people also get to do this thing. There's a specific reason I recommend copyright registration before trademark registration and the reason is purely economical and ease of doing it yourself. Trademarks are more expensive, more difficult, and are more dependent on cost benefit determining when a good time is to file. Registering your copyright is a great idea and applies to photos, collections of photos, books, artwork, etc. Depending on the magnitude of the copycat issue, you may want to handle it on your own first but when your entire business is being ripped off like I mentioned in one example, then I would go straight to an attorney but issues where it's clear someone is just taking a little bit too much inspiration from you or you want to give them the benefit of the doubt, you may want to start with an informal email to politely tell them you've noticed that what they're doing is a little bit too similar to you and that you don't want to reach out to your attorney at this point so please take this off your website, change the name, etc. If you want to take a second step, join the legal subscription and we can write an email for you to send on your own behalf or we can write one sent from the firm saying you created this thing and it seems obvious to us that you were heavily inspired and we think that's confusing to folks and in breach of copyright, would you mind adjusting the website accordingly? Another step is a DMCA takedown which is a notice to a website or YouTube etc. and if they think you have a case they can block that site or content from the Internet. We can also send a cease and desist letter as another option which is a formal letter from an attorney saying cease the behavior or we'll cease the behavior. If you enjoyed today's episode, share it online and tag me @bradenadamdrake
In March 2023, Interfaith Action hosted a panel discussion on efforts to restore specialized driver's licenses for immigrants residing in Michigan. Licenses were available until 2008 when they were rescinded. The restoration of driver's licenses is now being considered. The panelists for the discussion include: - Gene Schoon, Coordinator for Policy and Justice for Interfaith Action - Lupita Sanchez, SW Rural Michigan Organizer for We The People-Michigan - Liz Balck, ACLU of Michigan - Simon Marshall-Shah, Policy Analyst for the Michigan League for Public Policy For More Information: - Drive Michigan Forward Info Packet and FAQ: https://www.drivemichiganforward.com/... - Sign Up To Receive Updates: https://www.drivemichiganforward.com/... - Contact your Elected Officials: tinyurl.com/v7b8pb9y - Preventing Undocumented Immigrants from Obtaining State Driver's Licenses and IDs Hurts All of Michigan: https://www.aclumich.org/en/news/driv... Interfaith Action Website: https://swmichinterfaith.org/Music Attribution: "Night Owl" from the Directionless EP by Broke For Free, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Available at http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Bro....
There are indeed medical reasons that require your driver's licence to be suspended. But there are a host of other issues, everything from depression to cold sores, that have been cited as medical reasons in licence suspensions in Ontario. What's happening here.At the core of the issue are MCRs—medical condition reports that can often trigger an automatic suspension, even for a condition that doesn't impact driving, or a condition the driver may not even have. Why is Ontario handing out hundreds of thousands of these suspensions? Who benefits from all these filings? And what recourse do people have when their ability to drive—and with it, often, their livelihood—is taken away?GUEST: Declan Keogh, Investigative Journalism BureauRead his most recent Toronto Star article about MCRs here
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Washington is currently taking applications for business licenses to sell legal retail weed in the state through a special program that grants favor to people with certain experience: convicted drug dealers.The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board opened its "Social Equity Program" this week, which provides "a limited number of cannabis retail licenses to individuals disproportionately impacted by the enforcement of cannabis prohibition laws."The agency provides a scoring system that assigns points to determine how much an individual has been hurt by the state's previous ban on weed, and priority status for snapping up the more than 40 open licenses available will be given to those who have been incarcerated for a marijuana offense.Support the showSign Up For Exclusive Episodes At: https://reasonabletv.com/LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsForReasonablePeople
Today on the show, Tom, Brittany and Rudy start out by discussing reports that Will Smith is trying to make things right with Chris Rock. In the first hour, Kristyn Burtt dishes the dirt from Hollywood and talks about some streaming shows you might want to watch. In hour #2, 5 Eyewitness News' Chris Egert makes up for his lackluster performance from yesterday with a pile news including updates on the Minnesota backed bill "Driver's Licenses for everyone" and Judd Zulgad from SKOR North gives an update on The Minnesota Vikings free agency and him and Tom talk old school Twins players. One last segment you may want to listen to, the show chats with Robert from the "Date Robert" billboard in Janesville, WI! Robert is trying to find a "local, honest woman" and since dating apps weren't cutting it... he took matters into his own hands! Stream the show LIVE on the Tom Barnard Show app M-F from 7-10AM or get the show on-demand on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts! Make sure to download the FREE Tom Barnard app for your chance to win $1,000 just by registering! You're automatically entered in the drawing every time you open the app. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Open-net pen salmon aquaculture has been operating along the west coast of Canada in the Discovery islands for almost 30 years and it was supported by the government. But not everyone was happy with the results that occurred in the surrounding waters. Indigenous groups and environmentalists were noticing that there was more disease in and outside of the pens and fewer wild Pacific Salmon coming out of the Fraser river. A court ruled that many of the licenses for the aquaculture pens should not be renewed and it's finally starting to happen. We are going to talk about it in this episode of the podcast. Link to article: http://bit.ly/3KMfUw2 Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey Join the audio program - Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc
The Nebraska Legislature continued debating loosening concealed carry laws, while a proposal to let Ukrainian who fled the war drive in Nebraska appears poised to move ahead.
We made it to another Friday, Boise! Scott McIntosh with the Idaho Statesman is chatting with host Emma Arnold and lead producer Frankie Barnhill about the stories behind the headlines. They're talking Scott's recent piece on fringe politics, pro-militia proposals, the latest on a restricted driver's license bill, and a potential drag and burlesque ban. Plus, apparently there are some pretty mixed feelings about March weather in Boise? And here's your Boise Pro Tip for the day: it turns out putting lithium and rechargeable batteries in the trash or recycling is super dangerous! The City of Boise says batteries have caused fires at the recycling center, and have burned up garbage trucks. Instead, better to drop them off at one of the city's Household Hazardous Waste sites. Want some more Boise news? Head over to our Hey Boise newsletter where you'll get a cheatsheet to the city every weekday morning. Can't get enough of us?! We get it. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Interested in advertising with City Cast Boise? Find more info HERE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
House Panel Lays Out China Threats in First HearingU.S. Approved $23B in Licenses for Blacklisted Chinese FirmsFBI Director Blames COVID-19 on Lab LeakChina Tried to Conceal COVID-19 Gene Sequence: ReportBill on Beijing Organ Harvesting Moves to House FloorLockheed Exec. Hopes to Send More F-35s to AustraliaAustralian Coal Exports Restart Amid Thawed China TiesChinese Citizens Quit the Communist PartyBetting on China in the Long, Short Term: Brownback
Part of the fun of travel is collecting memories in the form of photographs and videos. And then sharing them on social media! As fun as it is to show off living that travel life, more people than your loved ones may be watching. Get ready for: “Don't do this on social media when traveling!”These aren't just about personal safety. They are to protect you from crimes such as Cyber Crimes.We know you're not going to do all of these things. Be mindful that criminals may be watching and of how Social engineering works.Permanent Address (Yours, Friends, Family)Numbers (Certifications, Licenses, Identification)DatesThink of any question you've been asked on sites for if you forget your password. Try not to mention those things.Other social media and security don'ts when travelingProtecting your home while you're awayQuestion: What is your advice for posting on social media when traveling? **Let us know on Facebook and Instagram.**~~~~~~~Grab your free download: Top Items to Buy Before Your Theme Park Vacation to Save You Money and Stress!Ready to plan your vacation? Ryan and Shayne are both Travel Advisors with Creating Magic Vacations and will make YOU the travel-planning superhero. Contact Ryan at DisneyTravelDad.Com. Join the travel conversations and the fun in the All Things Travel Show Facebook group! Please share the show with your travel buddies!! Click this link and share the show! Never miss an episode and help us take you to the top with us by following and leaving a 5-Star review on your favorite podcasting app!
A Chinese crime operation bypassed the password clues of Texas.gov by using stolen identity information to fraudulently obtain replacement driver's licenses.
The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: Texas among states that shipped thousands of driver licenses to a “Chinese” organized crime group. At least 3000 Texas of Asian origin have been affected. This was not a hacking job but instead a huge operation using people's stolen personal information found on the “dark web” to request replacement driver licenses. It would be hard to convince me this isn't part of the Chinese Communist Party's radically broad efforts to undermine the USA.Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.Real signs of recession in Texas: Texas manufacturing sector contracts, says Dallas Fed report.Former Texas House Speaker Gus Mutscher dead at 91. Mutscher was one of several Democrat politicians indicted in the Sharpstown bank stock fraud scandal. He was convicted and sentenced to five years probation for conspiring to accept a bribe but was later cleared on appeal.Abortion in the courts: One good ruling in Texas, another bad ruling in Texas.Former RINO state rep. gives up the over half-a-million lobbying job he was doing. Paddie was a co-author of the very law he was violating with his retire-and-lobby-the-committee-he-chaired-last-session gig.And, other news of Texas.Listen on the radio, or station stream, at 5pm Central. Click for our radio and streaming affiliates.www.PrattonTexas.com
Our President's Club guest today is a sales leader who once used Seamless.ai but lost it due to his colleagues' lack of utilization which led his company to discontinue it as a financial decision. When he was still using Seamless.ai, he generated $100K in revenue in just 2 months and thought that if they only kept it, they would've generated more. So when he become the Head of Sales, his #1 order was to get Seamless again for his team. Find out more about this amazing story in the latest episode of Sales Secrets.SUBSCRIBE TO SALES SECRETS PODCASTITUNES ► https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/s...SPOTIFY ► https://open.spotify.com/show/1BKYsQo...YOUTUBE ►https://www.youtube.com/c/SeamlesscontactsTIKTOK ► https://firstname.lastname@example.org THIS EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY SEAMLESS.AI - THE WORLD'S BEST SALES LEADSWEBSITE ► https://www.seamless.ai/LINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/seamlessai/JOIN FOR FREE TODAY ► https://login.seamless.ai/invite/podcast SHOW DESCRIPTIONBrandon Bornancin is a serial salesperson, entrepreneur and founder of Seamless.AI. Twice a week, Brandon interviews the world's top sales experts like Jill Konrath, Aaron Ross, John Barrows, Trish Bertuzzi, Mark Hunter, Anthony Iannarino and many more -- to uncover actionable strategies, playbooks, tips and insights you can use to generate more revenue and close more business. If you want to learn the most powerful sales secrets from the top sales experts in the world, Sales Secrets From The Top 1% is the place to find them. SALES SECRETS FROM THE TOP 1%WEBSITE ► https://www.secretsalesbook.com/LINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/sales-secret-book/ ABOUT BRANDONBrandon Bornancin is a serial salesperson (over $100M in sales deals), multi-million dollar sales tech entrepreneur, motivational sales speaker, international sales DJ (DJ NoQ5) and sales author who is obsessed with helping you maximize your sales success.Mr. Bornancin is currently the CEO & Founder at Seamless.ai delivering the world's best sales leads. Over 10,000+ companies use Seamless.ai to generate millions in sales at companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Slack, Dell, Oracle & many others.Mr. Bornancin is also the author of "Sales Secrets From The Top 1%" where the world's best sales experts share their secrets to sales success and author of “The Ultimate Guide To Overcoming Sales Objections.” FOLLOW BRANDONLINKEDIN ► https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandonbornancin/INSTAGRAM ► https://www.instagram.com/brandonbornancinofficial/FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/SeamlessAITWITTER ► https://twitter.com/BBornancinTIKTOK ►https://www.tiktok.com/@brandonbornancin
Statistics show that this generation cares less about getting a driver's license than in past generations, and Howie wonders what the reasoning is. Listeners call in to suggest different reasons: changes in car seat laws, cell phones, less interest in working, and more!
One year ago plans started on a controversial turnpike extension in Norman.Legislation puts oversight in place for new State Superintendent Ryan Walters.The cost to hunt and fish in Oklahoma could soon be increasing.You can find the KOSU Daily wherever you get your podcasts, you can also subscribe, rate us and leave a comment.You can keep up to date on all the latest news throughout the day at KOSU.org and make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at KOSU Radio.This is The KOSU Daily, Oklahoma news, every weekday.
The Minnesota Senate debated into the wee hours of Wednesday morning and passed a pair of bills--one that would grant felons voting rights and another lets people get driver's licenses regardless of their immigration status. MPR reporter Dana Ferguson was up late at the Capitol for the votes and joined MPR News host Cathy Wurzer to talk about what the proposals would do.
Top headlines: "Hello Dolly!" comes to Memorial Auditorium, local kids talk Driver's License for All impact, Crailsheim exchange student named, and more. The Globe Minute is a product of Forum Communications, brought to you by reporters at The Globe. For more news from throughout the day, check out dglobe.com.
In the Culture Translator Roundtable we dive deeper into the context and nuance around the critical conversations and topics written about in the Culture Translator Newsletter. For more Axis resources, go to axis.org.
This week we talk about a 2023 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, Influencers who are de-influencing, and how teens are losing interest in getting a Drivers' License. For more Axis resources, go to axis.org.
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The City and County of Denver has now implimented a mandatory landlord licensing program that went into effect at the beginning of the year. Did you meet the deadline? Have you heard about the licensing program? We are here to answer all your questions and give you a complete overview of Denver's new mandatory Residential Rental License Program. Kyle Malnati and Sam Bretz graciously hosted a live presentation with Nicole Kim, the Residential Rental Property License Program Manager for the City and County of Denver's Department of Excise and Licenses. The event was held for local multifamily landlords who were interested in learning about the new licensing rules and regulations set forth by the City and County of Denver. The information Nicole provided was truly amazing and was followed up by a Q&A session. We decided that it would be valuable to publish an overview of the PowerPoint presentation with Kyle Malnati and Nicole Kim, to review the information provided and learn about this new licensing program. This podcast covers: Residential Rental Property Definitions Residential Rental Program Policy Goals Important Dates, Property Information Inspector Qualifications Inspections Inspection Requirements Reinspections Conducting Inspections Application Resources Application Application and License Fees License Issuance How to Stay Informed and Contact Information
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Yes, there are doctor “vaccine deniers.” California and other states want to yank medical licenses from physicians who ignore the scientific consensus about COVID. And, could Alec Baldwin have avoided prosecution by simply taking the Fifth, instead of performing the role of “Chatty Kathy”?
The Constitution Study podcast
I received an email asking me to "delve into Rental Inspection Programs." I have to admit, having lived my adult life in rural America and owning my own home for over 30 years, I haven't had to deal rental inspection programs. While I was researching these programs, I realized they may be just the tip of a truly large iceberg.
Queens native & Executive Director of the New York State Office of Cannabis Management Christopher Alexander sits down with Ebro in the Morning to break down important information involving the legalization or marijuana, how licenses are being given out in the state, education of the laws involving the end of prohibition, how marijuana sells and licenses will affect the community and more! To learn more visit: cannabis.ny.govSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello Happy Site Owners and Webmasters! Tips this week include: The last of the Google Tag Manager and Optin Click tracking tutorials are finished in GA4 course!!!! The GA4 affiliate program is opening, and a request for testimonials has been sent Updates to the DIY SEO course and workshop order Yoast SEO has a totally new User Interface coming in today's update Thrive has been acquired by WPBeginner A post on how beauty bloggers make money that all bloggers need to read Advice on building an online course that you need to read before you do it Amazon Influencer program limits what they will pay commission on Google may boost posts that have more than just an Amazon affiliate link YouTube's new Terms of Service revenue modules are rolling out See graphs of just how fast AI is moving and monetizing The Pro version of ChatGPT has been released More free AI tools are on the way Google Will launch 20 new AI products this year A great example of using ChatGPT for research and ideas Why you must pay attention to the AI tool license Artists are suing AI image tools for using their work as the seed Meta signs a deal with ShutterStock to train its AI with pro images Listen to the Podcast BlogAid Happenings This past week I have been on fire making new tutorials for BlogAid courses and watching tutorials to learn new things, mainly AI related for both BlogAid and my other projects. The AI landscape moves like high-water rapids and it's a LOT to keep up with. But, it will directly impact the way you use it, and how I'll be using it in courses to teach you how to make the most of it. So, I intend to keep Tips Tuesday what it has always been - a way for you to stay way ahead of the curves. And right now, that's going to include a bunch of AI news in the mix. BlogAid Course Happenings Ultimate GA4 Course for Bloggers Tutorials are Finished!! Woot!!!! I did a super happy dance on Saturday when I uploaded the last 10 of the Ultimate GA4 Course for Bloggers tutorials!!! They were all on how to track your optin clicks, including what page those clicks were on. And, they include using Tag Manager to do it. GA4 Course Affiliate Program Opening This past week I also touched base with past affiliates of BlogAid courses to invite them to be an affiliate of the GA4 course. And we're now lining up webinars for their peeps so they can see the power of GA4 and all you can do with it, including how easy it is to make custom reports that mimic the important data you're used to seeing in Universal Analytics. Over the next weeks I'll be inviting course members to join the affiliate program too. Request for GA4 Course Testimonials I'm so delighted by all of the kind words y'all have expressed to me privately about how much you are enjoying the GA4 course. Yesterday I sent out invitations to share your testimonials about the course with details on what to send in. So, look for that email if you're already in the course. And thank you so much for taking a couple of minutes to reply. It means so much to me and to the success of the course in helping as many bloggers as we can make the switch to GA4 easily. DIY SEO Course Tutorial Updates This past week I also began the process of revamping the tutorials in the DIY SEO course before we get started with our Quick Checks and Workshops. The Google Connections section has been revamped with the removal of the Google Analytics connection tutorials, as they were for Universal Analytics, and nobody needs to connect to that anymore. All of the Yoast SEO tutorials have also been updated. And I only had one new one to make for the changes to the Integrations section so far. But, the big UI revamp is scheduled to launch today, so I'll need to revisit those tutorials and see what changed with the look and layout and language. In a moment you'll hear about a major change with ChatG...
I'm All Ears: A Dead By Daylight Podcast
Following the announcement that Bubba is actually staying in Dead By Daylight, Dro and Dyllon decide to sit down and discuss all this leak stuff, talk about the nature of licenses as we know them and praise Horizon Onward for their incredible charity work.
00:55 - What we're drinking. Artificial Intelligence IPA from Atwater and Spruce Tip from Eastern Market Brewing Co 04:52 - Is Calexico Detroit closed for good? Looks like it may be. They stayed closed for two days beyond their temporary closure sign, the location is off the website, no one picked up the phone and corporate didn't get back with us. 10:39 - Do we need to push people back to work in person? Jer thinks whatever happens if the change doesn't happen soon it's sticking. Feedback welcome. 16:16 - Americans are getting their drivers licenses later than ever before, and 1 in 5 Americans have no drivers license at the age of 24. What kind of shifts does this mean? How could this impact autos, a key industry for Metro Detroit? 22:01 Devon will fight anyone who tries to take away his 313 area code as it looks like a new overlay area code is being issues for metro Detroit. Your support is very welcome as a member on Patreon or for a one time thing on Buy me a coffee. https://www.patreon.com/DailyDetroit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/dailydetroit
We've talked about copyright on this podcast already, but we still haven't taken a meticulous look at the way mainstream Bible translations are licensed, what the specific limitations are, and how different translations compare to each other in this area. This episode will be a real eye-opener for many of you, so make sure you're sitting down. We're going to be talking to the creator of a website called copy.church, which seeks to point people to the simple truth that it's wrong to limit access to the Word of God. He's been thinking about and studying these things for years, and I think what he has to say is extremely important. Jon is the founder of Gracious Tech, a mission-focused app development ministry. He first got interested in missions while travelling in South-East Asia and realizing the dire need for the gospel there. He promptly committed his life to mission work and completed an MDiv in preparation. While he initially thought he'd be putting his IT skills to the side, he soon realized how advantageous it would be to have apps for sharing the Gospel and aiding mission work. During his first term of mission overseas, he worked on an app for sharing Bible stories using plain Scripture. It was almost finished when he realized the licenses of almost all Bible translations don't permit sharing plain scripture, and instead must be accompanied by other commentary. Not knowing much about copyright or how to go about seeking permission, the project was put on hold for many years. Jon later founded Gracious Tech and now commits most of his time to developing apps for mission. He currently lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife and two young daughters. Please consider helping spread Jon's website copy.church. workingfortheword.com | my books | twitter | music | Hebrew | academic articles | facebook | contact | download all episodes for offline
In the first hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Patrice Onwuka discussed Louisiana's LA Wallet app making online porn watchers have to use their driver licenses, Byron Donalds responding to Cori Bush's racist attacks and analyzed President Biden's upcoming border visit. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Pregnant black women in San Francisco can now get free tax payer money just like trans people. What to do about Minnesota's surplus and unreasonable tax burdens. Libraries out east relent, they will have Christmas trees. “REFERENCED ON THE SHOW” Dedham Public Library Displaying Christmas Tree After Heated Town Debate Police: Driver smashes into several vehicles in McDonald's parking lot after robbery COPAL MN launches 45-day campaign for 'Driver's Licenses for All' legislation