At the recent BRICS economic summit in South Africa, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and China's President Xi Jinping had a rare face-to-face meeting. For years these two world powers have been in dispute over their ill-defined border in the Himalayan region. A military escalation of this dispute in 1962 led to the creation of the ‘line of actual control' or the LAC, the de facto border between the two countries. Down the years there have been a number of clashes along the LAC and its commonly agreed that relations now are at their lowest point since 1962. And whilst India has taken steps to reduce its economic dependence on China in a bid to engage in trade relations on an equal footing, they are both competing to become the dominant power in the global south with financial aid and infrastructure projects. Both sides agreed at their BRICS meeting to intensify efforts to de-escalate border tensions. Can China and India fix their relationship?' Contributors: Shibani Mehta, senior research analyst with the Security Studies Programme, Carnegie India, New Delhi Dr Ivan Lidarev, visiting fellow at LSE IDEAS, the London School of Economics' foreign policy think tank and Asia security expert Dr Geeta Kochhar, assistant professor, Centre for Chinese and South-East Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi Steve Tsang, professor of Chinese Studies and director of the SOAS China Institute, London Presenter: Charmaine Cozier Producer: Jill Collins Researcher: Matt Toulson Editor: Tara McDermott (Photo: China's President Xi Jinping and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Credit: Mike Hutchings/AFP)
Earlier this month at the G20 summit the US and the EU backed an ambitious plan to build an economic corridor linking Europe with the Middle East and India via rail and sea. Greece is set to play an important geostrategic role on this corridor, as Greek ports would serve as the gateway into Europe. The announcement at the G20 summit followed a trip that India's Prime Minister Modi made to Greece in late August for the launch, as Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis put it, of the two countries' “strategic partnership.” Dr. Spyros Economides, an Associate Professor in International Relations and European Politics at the London School of Economics and Deputy Director of the Hellenic Observatory, joins Thanos Davelis to look into India's new “silk road”, Greece's important role in it, and its growing ties with India.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Greece on India's ‘silk road'G20: EU and US back trade corridor linking Europe, Middle East and IndiaA new relationship that's 2,500 years oldCyprus says Lebanon needs EU aid to deal with migration crisisNagorno-Karabakh: More than 40,000 refugees flee to Armenia'I left to stay alive': Nagorno-Karabakh empties of ethnic Armenians
It's not every standup comedian who has the London School of Economics on the resume. In fact, Hari Kondabolu may be the only standup who has the London School of Economics on his resume. It may not reflect how funny he is, but it shines a bit of a light on how thoughtful his work is. He is perhaps best known for creating the documentary “The Problem With Apu” about the character on The Simpsons. But Hari had been doing this type of work, raising consciousness by being clever, for years before the 2017 film. He successfully walks that fine line as a standup, making us laugh and making us think.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
MLOps Coffee Sessions #177 with Mohamed Abusaid and Mara Pometti, Empowering Employees: Education and Literacy for Data and AI in the Workplace sponsored by QuantumBlack. // Abstract Trust is paramount in the adoption of new technologies, especially in the realm of education. Mohamed and Mara shed light on the importance of AI governance programs and establishing AI governance boards to ensure safe and ethical use of technology while managing associated risks. They discuss the impact on customers, potential risks, and mitigation strategies that organizations must consider to protect their brand reputation and comply with regulations. // Bio Mara Pometti Mara is an Associate Design Director at McKinsey & Company, where she helps organisations drive AI adoption through human-centered methods. She defines herself as a data-savvy humanist. Her practice spans across AI, data journalism, and design with the overarching objective of finding the strategic intersection between AI models and human intents to implement responsible AI systems that move organisations forward. Previously, she led the AI Strategy practice at IBM, where she also developed the company's first-ever data storytelling program. Yet, by background, she is a data journalist. She worked as a data journalist for agencies and newsrooms like Aljazeera. Mara lectured at many universities about how to humanize AI, including the London School of Economics. Her books and writing explore how to weave a humanistic approach to AI development. Mohamed Abusaid Am Mohamed, a tech enthusiast, hacker, avid traveler, and foodie all rolled into one individual. Built his first website when he was 9 and fell in love with computers and the internet ever since. Graduated with computer science from university although dabbled in electrical, electronic, and network engineering before that. When he's not reading up on the latest tech conversations and products on Hacker News, Mohamed spends his time traveling to new destinations and exploring their cuisine and culture. Mohamed works with different companies helping them tackle challenges in developing, deploying, and scaling their analytics to reach its potential. Some topics he's enthusiastic about include MLOps, DataOps, GenerativeAI, Product thinking, and building cross-functional teams to deliver user-first products. // MLOps Jobs board https://mlops.pallet.xyz/jobs // MLOps Swag/Merch https://mlops-community.myshopify.com/ // Related Links --------------- ✌️Connect With Us ✌️ ------------- Join our slack community: https://go.mlops.community/slack Follow us on Twitter: @mlopscommunity Sign up for the next meetup: https://go.mlops.community/register Catch all episodes, blogs, newsletters, and more: https://mlops.community/ Connect with Demetrios on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dpbrinkm/ Connect with Mara on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mara-pometti Connect with Mohamed on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mabusaid/ Timestamps: [00:00] Mara and Mohamed's preferred coffee [00:47] Takeaways [05:04] Big shout out to QuantumBlack and thank you for sponsoring this episode [05:37] Please like, share, and subscribe to our MLOps channels! [05:53] How QuantumBlack uses LLMs [08:54] Using Notion AI function [09:33] Shapers [12:08] Build on existing services with sophistication [15:41] Being creative to compete [21:19] From taker to shaper, from shaper to maker [25:24] Testing prompts [29:33] Next troubleshooting steps when prompts go wrong [32:29] Backup mechanisms essential for improving LLM product [35:07] APIs and external models in the in-house setting [37:38] Calling "Open-source" as legitimately "Open-source" [40:32] Privacy or Convenience? [44:41] API Usage Approaches Split [51:07] Companies serious about privacy, data usage, important regulations [58:39] AI's potential danger lies in text disinformation [1:00:11] Cultural influences [1:01:19] Wrap up
My guest today is Ryan Patel. Ryan is a world-renowned go-to authority on global business, political economy & corporate governance. Ryan is a top on-air contributor on CNN and has been featured on Fox Business, New York Times, BBC, CNBC, Entrepreneur, Inc, Forbes, Nasdaq, etc and is an international keynote speaker whose clients include Adobe, Mastercard, World Economic Forum, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Reuters, HP, American Cancer Society, LEGO, London School of Economics, Wharton Business School, etc. Let's talk about Ryan's career and how he got here. In this episode we talk about:- What 10 year old Ryan wanted to be when he grew up, and what would he say if he could see grown up on TV as a on-air contributor on CNN International, with his distinct style: colourful socks and comfortable shoes-Ryan always shares snippets from his early career, which position was the most formative, how he got hired there, and lessons he still remembers today Ryan explains what he does today, because to the outside world, it looks like he has such a glamourous job, traveling around the world and speaking on world's most impressive stages. What does a typical day look like? - How Ryan stays up to date on the state of the global economy, tech, politics, entrepreneurship, leadership etc. - How Ryan deals with haters online...And so much more!Follow Ryan on social media;LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/patelryan/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ryanpatelglobal/-------------------------------------------- Liked this episode? A few things:1. Share the podcast with three of your closest friends! And please leave a great review on Apple Podcasts here or Spotify here (tap on the three-dot menu under the cover art of the podcast) , as it would mean a lot to me and hopefully help others discover it. 2. You will love my emails called Charge-Up! I send them every few weeks, they're no fluff no spam, where I share my favourite career insights from movies, TV shows, news and my own personal experiences, that I don't share anywhere else. Make sure you sign up here! 3. Come hang out with me LIVE on LinkedIn and Youtube every Friday at 2 pm CET where I answer your questions and often bring in fab guests:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sonalbahl/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/SuperChargeYourself4. Share your favourite takeaways and tag me on your Instagram and LinkedIn. ****Whether you've been job searching for weeks, months or years, this free training is for you. Join me LIVE on 12th October to learn together how I secured multiple offers during a recession without a network, in 5 countries, without any work permit or local language, and so much more. Go to https://www.superchargeyourself.com/career and sign up! I'll see you then! ***
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Conscientiousness, perseverance and meticulousness are all words associated with perfectionism. But perfectionism comes from a deeper sense of inadequacy, of not feeling good enough. Constantly striving to prove yourself leads to anxiety, depression and burnout. Researcher Thomas Curran describes perfectionism in detail, why it's getting worse and what we can do about it. Thomas Curran is a professor of psychology and behavioral science at the esteemed London School of Economics and author of The Perfection Trap: Embracing the Power of Good Enough, just released on August 8, 2023. In the book he explores the roots of perfectionism in wider society and explains how it affects our mental health and productivity. Perfectionism has risen sharply since the mid-2000s, which Thomas attributes to societal pressures like social media, smartphones, economic instability, and an emphasis on educational and career achievement. Collectively, these factors have led to increased feelings of not measuring up. Thomas argues that perfectionism is as much a cultural issue as a personal one, influenced by an economic model that demands constant growth and consumption. Topics (5:18) Welcome to Thomas Curran. (7:30) What exactly is perfectionism? (9:46) How growing the economy feeds into perfectionism. (13:38) The hustle of “successful” people and why we need to look beyond it. (17:47) How perfectionism can sabotage your own success. (21:10) What parents can do to help minimize perfectionism in their children. (24:05) How we can be encumbered with a growth mindset. (26:01) The 3 types of perfectionism. (27:50) Does perfectionism self correct with age? (29:58) Why perfectionism has risen since 2007. (38:56) How society could change to minimize perfectionism. (47:52) What music would Thomas take to a desert island? (51:54) Grooving Session with Kurt and Tim on perfectionism. © 2023 Behavioral Grooves Links The Perfection Trap: Embracing the Power of Good Enough: https://amzn.to/3RtWGP5 Thomas Curran: https://www.thomascurran.co.uk/ Episode 301, How To Fix Burnout (Hint: It Isn't Another Yoga Session) with Jennifer Moss: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/how-to-fix-burnout-jennifer-moss/ Behavioral Grooves Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/behavioralgrooves Musical Links Joy Division “Love will tear us apart”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuuObGsB0No Bruno Mars “That's what I like”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PMivT7MJ41M
In this episode, Rob is joined by his friend, the remarkably talented Juliana Garaizar, a true trailblazer in the world of venture capital and sustainable innovation. The two enjoy a wide ranging, personal conversation which dives into the topics which Juliana feels most compelled by everyday - Climate innovation, the fundamental value of multi-culturalism and more broadly the importance of Diversity and equality of access in capital and entrepreneurship. She brings an economists lens to the big problems we face and she challenges some standard norms and beliefs of how we should take personal responsibility for solving them. Juliana's impressive professional and academic background is a testament to her dedication to making a difference in the world at large, and to the value she places on serving under-represented communities. As an active Angel Investor and Kauffman Fellows, she has consistently played a pivotal role in promoting diversity and inclusion within the Venture and Private Capital markets. Currently serving as the Founding GP at Malaika Ventures, the Lead Investor of Rising America Fund within the Portfolia Funds and the Chief Development and Investment Officer and Head of the Cleantech Incubator at Greentown Labs in Houston, Texas, after having received MBA's at the London School of Business and HaaS School of Business at UC Berkeley, (GOBears) Juliana's influence is truly unparalleled! But it's not just about business for Juliana; she's a deep thinker, voracious reader, incredible mom and a supportive partner to her two kids, husband, and friends. She leaves a trail of people who love and respect her wherever she goes, including Rob. Her multifaceted journey, inspiring career, and dedication to making a positive impact make this episode a must-listen for anyone interested in the future of investment, innovation, and leadership. Tune in to gain invaluable insights and be inspired by Juliana Garaizar's extraordinary story. Feel free to follow and engage with JULIANA here: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliana-garaizar-8443b7/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianagaraizar/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JulianaGaraizar Website: https://greentownlabs.com Superpower Book: https://www.audible.com/pd/1508294666?source_code=ASSORAP0511160006&share_location=pdp We're so grateful to you, our growing audience of entrepreneurs, investors, executives and anyone interested in the human stories behind the entrepreneurial economies of the Americas, from every corner of the United States to the furthest points in Latin America. Plug in, relax and enjoy fun, inspiring, educational and empowering conversations between Rob and his friends, so that you can build the future atop their wisdom! ¡Cheers y gracias!, Mentors Today's Team --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mentorstoday/message
My guest is Katy Trost! Katy Trost is an esteemed coach and advisor to tech CEOs in London and New York City, specializing in helping them become more effective leaders and cultivate healthy organizations, particularly during periods of growth like Series B and beyond. Her impressive client portfolio includes companies backed by prominent investors such as SoftBank, First Round Capital, Primary Venture Partners, Felix Capital, Octopus Ventures, Inflexion, Maven, and others. Katy serves as a coach and judge for renowned programs like Tech Nation Future Fifty, Upscale, Octopus Ventures, Techstars, Harvard Alumni Entrepreneurs, PwC Fintech, and the Mayor of London Mentoring Program, in addition to her advisory roles with various startups. With a global perspective honed through years of travel and experience in the US tech ecosystem, she expanded her consultancy to the UK. Katy holds an Executive mini MBA from the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), PCC accreditation from the International Coach Federation (ICF), and certifications in leadership methodologies, including iPEC, Workboard™ OKRs, and Gazelle's Scaling Up™ framework, which has propelled countless firms worldwide to successful scaling. She has also completed programs like the Financial Times Board Director Program and the Nedx Board Alliance Program. Katy's impactful work has been featured in prestigious publications such as Forbes, Success Magazine, The Org, Thrive Global, and others, and she collaborates with organizations like WeWork, Soho House, Home Grown, and Quinnipiac University to deliver training on business, leadership, and high-performance psychology. Social and Website: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katytrost/ For more episodes and information, visit us at https://www.digitalnicheagency.com/media Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4zS5V79... Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=524781... Follow Digital Niche Agency on Socials for Up To Date Marketing Expertise and Insights Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/digitalniche... Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/digi... Instagram: DNA - Digital Niche Agency @digitalnicheagency • Instagram photos and videos. Twitter: https://twitter.com/DNAgency_CA YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDlz…
Pil dalla revisione nessun tesoretto e intanto sembra finita la luna di miele con i mercatiL'Istat aggiorna i conti economici nazionali rispetto alle stime di aprile. L istituto conferma il tasso di crescita del Pil nel 2022, pari al 3,7%, e rivede al rialzo di 1,3 punti percentuali la crescita 2021 che sale all 8,3%. A seguito della revisione dei conti da parte di Istat, il rapporto debito/Pil nel 2022 passa da 144,7% a 141,6%, quello del 2021 passa da 149,8% a 147%. Lo rende noto l istituto di statistica nel corso della conferenza stampa che illustra i nuovi dati. Ma chi sperava in un tesoretto da utilizzare in questa manovra per effetto del trascinamento rimarrà deluso: «Il Superbonus - ha spiegato il capo della direzione per la contabilità nazionale di Istat, Giovanni Savio - ha annullato i miliardi che erano stati portati dalla revisione» dei conti che se non altro ha migliorato di 0,2 punti il deficit nel 2021. Quindi per quanto riguarda la nuova stima per il deficit del 2024, che stando a quanto ha anticipato il ministro dell'Economia, Giancarlo Giorgetti, dovrà essere "ragionevole" perché chiamata a «dimostrare la volontà del Paese di tornare a una politica fiscale prudente e compatibile con il nostro livello di debito». Un'evidente difficoltà che deve scontrarsi anche con un clima dei mercati che sembra cambiato nei confronti dell'Italia. Le ragioni di questo cambiamento potrebbero essere essenzialmente quattro: deficit, extraprofitti, Pil e superbonus. Il risultato è che tassi dei Btp a 10 anni e Spread salgono. I primi hanno raggiunto il 4,55% mentre lo Spread oggi ha toccato i 183,76 punti, livello che, tranne una piccola puntata qualche giorno fa, non si vedeva da giugno. Ne parliamo con Lorenzo Codogno, Visiting professor alla London School of Economics e al College of Europe e consulente con LC Macro Advisors Ltd dal 2015.
Curators Jake Subryan Richards and Vicky Avery locate Cambridge within the transatlantic slave trade, connecting global commodities and local consumption, historic and contemporary art, to reveal how five hundred years of colonial resistance constructed new cultures, known as the Black Atlantic. Between 1400 and 1900, European empires colonised much of the Americas, transporting over 12.5 million people to these colonies from Africa as slaves. It's a history often recounted as something singular, concluded in the past - detached as happening ‘then, and over there' - else told from the perspective of imperial powers. But in their resistance of colonial slavery, people also produced new cultures that continue to shape our present. Black Atlantic, a new exhibition at Cambridge's Fitzwilliam Museum, reconnects the institution's collection, university, and city more widely with these global histories. Installed within the Founder's Galleries, part-funded by the profits from the transatlantic slave trade, it builds on the ‘grandeur and smugness' of the Fitzwilliam's architecture - an intervention which asks whether it is possible to decolonise museums, as imperial infrastructures. Co-curators Jake Subryan Richards and Vicky Avery consider contrasts and continuities between historic and modern works, with contemporary Black artists like Barbara Walker and Keith Piper, Alberta Whittle and Donald Locke commenting on visibility, racism, and colourism, and how visual representations of Black people have shifted over time. Vicky smashes stereotypes about abolitionism, ceramics, and popular culture, from the UK's largest pro-slavery punch bowl, to Jacqueline Bishop's new Wedgwood dinner set. Plus, with a botanical painting from a Caribbean plantation - one of the first signed works by a Black artist of a Black subject - we travel between environments in West Africa, North and South America, and Europe, finding examples of exploitation, agency, and self-liberation - and pathways to future ‘repair'. Black Atlantic: Power, People, Resistance runs at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge until 7 January 2024, the first in a series of exhibitions and gallery interventions planned until 2026. For more on the South Sea Bubble, listen to Dr. Helen Paul on The Luxborough Gallery on Fire (c. 18th Century): https://pod.link/1533637675/episode/c02b6b82097b9ce34d193c771f772152 Part of EMPIRE LINES at 90, exploring the legacies of the transatlantic slave trade through contemporary art. WITH: Dr. Jake Subryan Richards, Assistant Professor of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Dr. Victoria Avery, Keeper of European Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the Fitzwilliam Museum. They are co-curators of Black Atlantic: Power, People, Resistance. ART: ‘The Coloureds' Codex, Keith Piper (2023); Vanishing Point 25 (Costanzi), Barbara Walker (2021); Breadfruit Tree, John Tyley (1793-1800); History of the Dinner Table, Jacqueline Bishop (2021)'. IMAGE: Installation View. SOUNDS: Jacqueline Bishop: History at the Dinner Table. Produced by Storya.co. With special thanks to the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. PRODUCER: Jelena Sofronijevic. Follow EMPIRE LINES on Twitter: twitter.com/jelsofron/status/1306563558063271936 And Instagram: instagram.com/empirelinespodcast Support EMPIRE LINES on Patreon: patreon.com/empirelines
We will learn: The roles that both genetics and society play in perfectionism The three types of perfectionism... one of which is very surprising The damage that perfectionism really does, and how to begin to undo it Have you ever found yourself paralyzed by the pursuit of perfection? You know, that feeling where you're stuck in a loop of endless tweaking, never quite satisfied, never quite ready to hit "publish" or "send"? The irony is, studies show that perfectionism often decreases our performance. So if we know that, then why are we still fooling ourselves? What if the key to unlocking your best performance lies in letting go of perfection? What if embracing the beautifully flawed process of creation could lead you to create things you didn't even know you could? Today, we're talking about The Curious Relationship Between Perfectionism and Performance. Our guest is Tom Curran. He is a professor of psychology at the London School of Economics and author of a landmark study that the BBC hailed as “the first to compare perfectionism across generations.” His TED Talk on perfectionism has received more than three million views. His research has been featured in media ranging from the Harvard Business Review to New Scientist to CNN, and he has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/314 Become a Mind Love Member for high-value Masterclasses, Growth Workbooks, Monthly Meditations, and Uninterrupted Listening FREE 5-Days to Purpose Email Course Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes to wake up inspired Support Mind Love Sponsors Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thomas Curran is a professor of psychology at the London School of Economics and author of a landmark study that the BBC hailed as “the first to compare perfectionism across generations.” His TED Talk on perfectionism has received more than three million views. His research has been featured in media ranging from the Harvard Business Review to New Scientist to CNN and he has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. Adam Grant calls Curran “the world's leading expert on perfectionism, and he's written the definitive book on why it's rising, how it wreaks havoc on our lives, and what we can do to stop it.” And Daniel Pink says that it “offers a hopeful beacon and a steady path for anyone struggling to find their footing in a world of impossible standards.” Join Travis and Mr. Curran for a fascinating and highly-personal conversation about perfectionism in work, appearance, relationships, sport, and life–including their reflections on how Durango, Colorado's Sepp Kuss is succeeding at the highest level of road cycling by being himself and avoiding the perfection trap.Thomas Curran Website | LinkedInThanks to our sponsors:The Feed Instagram | WebsiteNeuroReserveUse code TRAVISMACY for 15% off RELEVATE by NeuroReserve: Core Dietary Nutrients for Lifelong Brain Health- - - - - - - - - - -Purchase A Mile at A Time: A Father and Son's Inspiring Alzheimer's Journey of Love, Adventure, and HopeSubscribe: Apple Podcast | SpotifyCheck us out: Instagram | Twitter | Website | YouTubeThe show is Produced and Edited by Palm Tree Pod Co.
Could the answer to living a life of optimal health and vitality be found in ‘Giving Yourself Permission? In todays podcast episode we dive into:
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks had a tradition, to deliver a pre-Rosh Hashanah shiur every year at the London School of Jewish Studies (LSJS). The Ellul shiur(lecture) featured here, was his 12th and final as Chief Rabbi. It was delivered and recorded in September 2012. He titled it 'The Meaning of Kol Nidre'. To watch the video, please visit https://www.rabbisacks.org/videos/meaning-of-kol-nidre/
Tune in for a conversation with Thomas Curran, professor at the London School of Economics, a social psychologist and author of the book The Perfection Trap. Through this conversation, we unpack the true root of perfectionism, the roll our culture plays and the ways to combat it along with the procrastination that comes along with it. The Perfection Trap ▹ https://www.amazon.ca/Perfection-Trap-Embracing-Power-Enough/dp/1982149531 More about Thomas ▹ https://www.linkedin.com/in/thom-curran Kalyn's Instagram ▹ https://www.instagram.com/kalynnicholson13/ More about the show: • If you want early access to videos, bonus checklists, join the yoga studio, come to community events, enter monthly challenges or have more cozy/motivational content be sure to join the Kalyn Nicholson channel & become a member. https://www.youtube.com/@KalynNicholson • To watch the podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@KalynsCoffeeTalk/ • Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free wherever you're listening or by using this link: http://bit.ly/KalynsCoffeeTalk Kalyn's Books: •Catcher [dystopian fiction]: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G7QSGM2/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_ND2283Y3PSS6R819JGYE •Dancing With Elephants [poetry]: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1999415132/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_1YY0TYZ5KT9TE6DM1HQF •FEELS [self-development]: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1999415124/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_4EJ7S7CFYBGE1K68GGW1 Disclaimer: I am not a mental health specialist, just a Canadian gal with an old soul who likes to crack the ice on deep conversations that can foster personal growth and positive change. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
“People do not buy your product, your services, or your ideas as much as they buy your energy.” -Simon Ong We talk about energy all the time, or as the kids say, “it's giving...” As an international keynote speaker, bestselling author of Energize and award-winning coach, Simon Ong is the energy expert you need in your life. In this episode, Simon and Erin discuss what it means to be a go-giver instead of a go-getter, doing what makes you feel alive, and selling you to you. If you're going to listen to any episode about energy, make it this one. More about Simon Ong: To ignite people's imagination of what is truly possible so that they can live a life of meaning, purpose and fulfilment—this is Simon's “it.” Everything that Simon Alexander Ong does is built around inspiring people to see their world differently and igniting their imagination of what is truly possible so that they can unleash their deepest potential. From a young age, Simon has always been curious about learning and exploring the areas of personal fulfilment, human potential and organizational success. This curiosity was accelerated following his departure from the financial industry, in which he began his career in following graduation from the London School of Economics. Studying the mindset and habits of successful leaders and organizations, Simon enjoys distilling his insights into lessons that can be easily understood and codifying the key principles that have had the biggest impact. He shares his insights, lessons and wisdom with all who are committed to upgrading their life and business to that next level. He speaks at international events, conferences and corporate events that have included those organized by Google, London School Of Economics, Barclays UK, The Institute Of Directors, Virgin, O2, Salesforce, 10 Downing Street, Natwest, Enterprise Nation and Microsoft. ICYMI – Your Post-Episode Homework: If this episode resonated with you, please consider writing a review. It would mean so much. Also, share this episode with somebody who you know is struggling, who needs abundance in their life right now. Show Links: · Did today's episode resonate with you? Please leave us a review for a chance to win a self-care package from us. · Take the quiz to download your free Wellness Workbook. · Send a question/voice message on SpeakPipe here. · Want to book Erin to speak at your organization or large-scale event: Learn more here. Connect with Simon Ong: · Simon's LinkedIn · Simon's website · Simon's book, Energize · Simon's Instagram Connect with Erin Diehl: · @itserindiehl on Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter · Erin's LinkedIn · improve it! TikTok · Improve it! Instagram · Improve it! Facebook · improve it! website · Book a Laugh Break · Book a Workshop · Email Erin: email@example.com “I love this podcast and I love Erin!!” If that sounds like you, please consider rating and reviewing this podcast! This helps Erin support more people – just like you – move toward the leader you want to be. Click here, click listen on Apple Podcasts, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with 5 stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let Erin know what you loved most about the episode! Also, if you haven't done so already, subscribe to the podcast. That way you won't miss any juicy episodes! Thanks in advance, improve it! Peeps :)
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Shantanu Mishra, a biomolecular engineer and a current MSc Public Health for Development candidate. They discuss Shantanu's work in public health after completing his engineering degree, his current experience as a Chevening Scholar at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical, and advice for gaining public health work experience for those considering a career in this field. You'll LearnShantanu's early interest in biology and how he went from chemical engineering to biomedical engineering to public healthShantanu's work in health education with Teach for India and TriggeriseAdvice on landing public health or health adjacent jobs without previous public health education or experienceTips for effective networking and being diligent in your everyday tasksShantanu's experience as a Chevening Scholar at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and what he is working towards in his public health journeyToday's GuestShantanu Mishra is a Biomolecular Engineer, currently a MSc candidate pursuing Public Health for Development as a UK government Chevening Scholar at London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. With over 5 years of work experience prior to graduate school he was working as an Assistant Consultant within the Public Sector Governance portfolio at Oxford Policy Management in New Delhi at the intersection of governance and health systems strengthening with a focus on Bihar. He has worked on evaluations and big data across cross-cutting themes of WASH, Climate adaptation and business reforms during his time in the non-profit space.ResourcesConnect with Shantanu on LinkedIn Learn more about Teach for India Learn more about Triggerise Learn more about the Chevening ScholarshipSupport the showJoin The Public Health Career Club: the #1 hangout spot and community dedicated to building and growing your dream public health career.
Democracy in Question? is brought to you by:• Central European University: CEU• The Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: AHCD• The Podcast Company: scopeaudio Follow us on social media!• Central European University: @CEU• Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy in Geneva: @AHDCentre Subscribe to the show. If you enjoyed what you listened to, you can support us by leaving a review and sharing our podcast in your networks! Glossary Capital gains taxation(17:00 or p.4 in the transcript)The capital gains tax is the levy on the profit that an investor makes when an investment is sold. It is owed for the tax year during which the investment is sold. The long-term capital gains tax rates for the 2022 and 2023 tax years [in the US] are 0%, 15%, or 20% of the profit, depending on the income of the filer. The income brackets are adjusted annually. An investor will owe long-term capital gains tax on the profits of any investment owned for at least one year. If the investor owns the investment for one year or less, short-term capital gains tax applies. The short-term rate is determined by the taxpayer's ordinary income bracket. For all but the highest-paid taxpayers, that is a higher tax rate than the capital gains rate. When stock shares or any other taxable investment assets are sold, the capital gains, or profits, are referred to as having been realized. The tax doesn't apply to unsold investments or unrealized capital gains. Stock shares will not incur taxes until they are sold, no matter how long the shares are held or how much they increase in value. source Tax havens(17:07 or p.4 in the transcript)A tax haven is a country that offers foreign businesses and individuals minimal or no tax liability for their bank deposits in a politically and economically stable environment. They have tax advantages for corporations and for the very wealthy, and obvious potential for misuse in illegal tax avoidance schemes. Companies and wealthy individuals may use tax havens legally as a means of stashing money earned abroad while avoiding higher taxes in the U.S. and other nations. Tax havens may also be used illegally to hide money from tax authorities at home. The tax haven can make this work by being uncooperative with foreign tax authorities. In recent times, tax havens are under increasing international political pressure to cooperate with foreign tax fraud inquiries. Broadly speaking, tax havens are jurisdictions that have very low taxes and no residency requirements for foreign entities and individuals willing to park money in their financial institutions. A combination of lax regulation and secrecy laws enable corporations and individuals to screen some of their income from tax authorities in other nations. The Tax Justice Network maintains a Corporate Tax Haven Index that tracks the jurisdictions that it says are "most complicit" in helping multinational corporations evade taxes. As of 2021, the worst offenders were the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, and Bermuda. Tax havens may be found in another country or merely in a separate jurisdiction. source Trickle-down economics(21:19 or p.5 in the transcript)Trickle-down economics and its policies employ the theory that tax breaks and benefits for corporations and the wealthy will trickle down and eventually benefit everyone. Tools like reduced income tax and capital gains tax breaks are offered to large businesses, investors, and entrepreneurs to stimulate economic growth. The trickle-down theory states that tax breaks and benefits for corporations and the wealthy will trickle down to everyone else. Trickle-down economics involves less regulation and tax cuts for those in high-income tax brackets as well as corporations. While there is no single comprehensive economic policy identified as trickle-down economics, a policy is considered “trickle-down” if it disproportionately benefits wealthy businesses and individuals in the short run but is designed to boost standards of living for all individuals in the long run. Both President Herbert Hoover's stimulus efforts during the Great Depression and President Ronald Reagan's use of income tax cuts were described as "trickle-down." Critics argue that the added benefits the wealthy receive can distort the economic structure as lower-income earners without an equal tax cut adds to income inequality. Many economists counter that cutting taxes for the poor and working families boosts the economy by increasing spending on goods and services whereas a tax cut for a corporation may go to stock buybacks or increased savings for the wealthy. In December 2020, a London School of Economics report by David Hope and Julian Limberg was released which examined five decades of tax cuts in 18 wealthy nations and found they consistently benefited the wealthy but had no meaningful effect on unemployment or economic growth. source
Thomas Curran is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science at the London School of Economics. He is a world leading expert on perfectionism. He has written for the Harvard Business Review, was featured in the New Scientist, and his work has been covered by publications including the Guardian, Telegraph, and the Wall Street Journal. Thomas' book, The Perfection Trap: Embracing the Power of Good Enough, is available now. Learn more about Thomas at thomascurran.co.uk. Support the Show - Become a Patron! Help us grow and become a Patron today: https://www.patreon.com/smartpeoplepodcast Sponsors: DraftKings - Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app and use code SMART to score two hundred dollars in bonus bets instantly when you bet just five dollars! Babbel - Get 55% off your Babbel subscription at Babbel.com/SPP. Graduate Debt Free - Visit Graduate-debt-free.com and take the first step to securing a debt free education by picking up your copy at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and anywhere books are sold! LinkedIn - Go to LinkedIn.com/SMARTPEOPLE for a 60-day free trial of LinkedIn Sales Navigator! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Daron Acemoglu on technology, inequality, and power. They discuss how technological progress is a choice, defining progress, power of persuasion, and needs and innovations. They also talk about innovation, globalization, and automation in the post World War II era, AI and culture, fixing the challenges of technological inequality, and many more topics. Daron Acemoglu is an economist and Institute Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and is part of the National Bureau Economic Research and Center for Economic Policy Research. He has his Bachelors in economics from the University of York, a Masters in mathematical economics and econometrics from the London School of Economics, and a PhD in economics from the London School of Economics. He is the author of six books including, Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty, The Narrow Corridor: States, Societies, and the Fate of Liberty (with James A. Robinson), and his most recent book, Power and Progress: Our Thousand-Year Struggle Over Technology and Prosperity (with Simon Johnson). Website: https://mitsloan.mit.edu/faculty/directory/daron-acemogluTwitter: @dacemoglumit This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit convergingdialogues.substack.com
Rabbi Sacks had a tradition, to deliver a pre-Rosh Hashanah shiur every year at the London School of Jewish Studies (LSJS). The Ellul shiur(lecture) featured here, was his 11th as Chief Rabbi. It was delivered and recorded in September 2011. Mekorot (sources) are embedded within the video and can be seen on screen if you watch - rather than listen - to the video. To watch the video, please visit https://www.rabbisacks.org/videos/chief-rabbis-annual-elul-lecture-at-lsjs/
Join America's Roundtable (https://americasrt.com/) radio co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy former Israeli Ambassador Jeremy Issacharoff who served as the Jewish State's top diplomat to Berlin, Germany. Born in London, Issacharoff graduated from the London School of Business, made aliyah (immigration of Jews to Israel) and joined the Israeli Foreign Ministry. A quintessential diplomat and principled leader, Ambassador Jeremy Issacharoff was the first Israeli to have official contact with senior government officials of the United Arab Emirates in the early 1990s when he was a top Israeli diplomatic official based in Washington, DC. Conversation with one of Israel's key leaders — Ambassador Jeremy Issacharoff | Key Topics on America's Roundtable: — Remembering September 11 | Israel's Monument — The 9/11 Living Memorial Plaza, a cenotaph located on a hill in Arazim Valley of Ramot, Jerusalem. It is the only 9/11 memorial outside of the United States that lists all the names of those who perished in the horrific attacks that day. — US, Saudi and Israel Talks. | Discussions about Saudi Arabia seeking a nuclear energy program. — The Israel-UAE strategic engagement | Laying the foundation for the Abraham Accords. — The threats of a nuclear-armed Iran. How the current proxy-led regional conflicts are destabilizing the region. — The Third Anniversary of The Abraham Accords | Signed at The White House on September 15, 2020 — US-Israel Relations — American Leadership | The Principled Policy of Peace through Strength — The Future of the Middle East | Expanding Trade with the United States americasrt.com (https://americasrt.com/) https://ileaderssummit.org/ | https://jerusalemleaderssummit.com/ America's Roundtable on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/americas-roundtable/id1518878472 Twitter: @JIssacharoff @ileaderssummit @AmericasRT @NatashaSrdoc @JoelAnandUSA @supertalk America's Roundtable is co-hosted by Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy, co-founders of International Leaders Summit and the Jerusalem Leaders Summit. America's Roundtable (https://americasrt.com/) radio program - a strategic initiative of International Leaders Summit, focuses on America's economy, healthcare reform, rule of law, security and trade, and its strategic partnership with rule of law nations around the world. The radio program features high-ranking US administration officials, cabinet members, members of Congress, state government officials, distinguished diplomats, business and media leaders and influential thinkers from around the world. Tune into America's Roundtable Radio program from Washington, DC via live streaming on Saturday mornings via 65 radio stations at 7:30 A.M. (ET) on Lanser Broadcasting Corporation covering the Michigan and the Midwest market, and at 7:30 A.M. (CT) on SuperTalk Mississippi — SuperTalk.FM reaching listeners in every county within the State of Mississippi, and neighboring states in the South including Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Tennessee. Listen to America's Roundtable on digital platforms including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon, Google and other key online platforms. Listen live, Saturdays at 7:30 A.M. (CT) on SuperTalk | https://www.supertalk.fm
Dominique Dwor-Frecaut is a Senior Macro Strategist for Macro Hive based in Los Angeles. She has been producing alpha-generating trade ideas in FX and rates in EM and G10 at established and startup macro hedge funds in the US since 2011, including at Bridgewater. She has also produced in-depth analysis of central banks policies and procedures drawing on her experience at the New York Fed, the IMF and the World Bank as well as on the buy- and sell-side. Before moving to the US, she covered Asian and global EMs at Barclays capital, ABN AMRO and RBS from Singapore. She holds a PhD in economics from the London School of Economics. In this podcast we discuss why the Fed will still hike to 7%-8%, difference between high and low inflation regimes, how Dominique could be wrong, and much more. Follow us here for more amazing insights: https://macrohive.com/home-prime/ https://twitter.com/Macro_Hive https://www.linkedin.com/company/macro-hive
Would you say you're a perfectionist? Thomas Curran, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychological and Behavioural Sciences at the London School of Economics, joins Liz to share how we can stop being so obsessed with perfectionism.Thomas reveals why being perfect isn't necessarily a good thing, how nurture and nature come into play here, and how to measure levels of perfectionism. The episode covers the reasons why perfectionism seems to be on the rise due to modern culture, deficit thinking, and how being perfect can rob our joy.Thomas also shares the importance of living in the present, and the role of parenting in cultivating perfectionist tendencies in young people.Links mentioned in the episode:Purchase The Perfection Trap by Thomas CurranSubscribe to Liz Earle Wellbeing Magazine Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Cybercrime Wire, hosted by Scott Schober, provides boardroom and C-suite executives, CIOs, CSOs, CISOs, IT executives and cybersecurity professionals with a breaking news story we're following. If there's a cyberattack, hack, or data breach you should know about, then we're on it. Listen to the podcast daily and hear it every hour on WCYB. The Cybercrime Wire is sponsored by KnowBe4. To learn more about our sponsor, visit https://knowbe4.com • For more breaking news, visit https://cybercrimewire.com
On this week of Serious Privacy, Paul Breitbarth of Catawiki and Dr. K Royal discuss the newly passed Digital Personal Data Act in India with Malavika Raghavan, PhD candidate in Information Systems and Innovation at the London School of Economics and Senior Fellow for India at the Future of Privacy Forum. Malavika is a lawyer with a background in policy-focused research, studying the impacts of digitisation on low-income individuals in India. In the past, she also worked several years for the global law firm Allen & Overy. If you have comments or questions, find us on LinkedIn, Twitter @podcastprivacy @euroPaulB @heartofprivacy and email firstname.lastname@example.org. Rate and Review us! Proudly sponsored by TrustArc. Learn more about the TRUSTe Data Privacy Framework verification. upcoming webinars.#heartofprivacy #europaulb #seriousprivacy #privacy #dataprotection #cybersecuritylaw #CPO #DPO #CISO
Introduction A report from the London School of Economics, "AI & Journalism: New powers, new responsibilities" provides a comprehensive look at how news organizations around the world are adopting artificial intelligence technologies. The Journalism AI Report was compiled by Charlie Beckett, founding director of Polis, and surveyed over 70 media companies in 32 countries about their use and views on AI. It found that while AI is already deeply embedded in many newsrooms, its future impact remains uncertain. News organizations are trying AI for tasks like automated content tagging, production, and distribution, but they do not see it yet as...Article LinkLet us know your thoughts about this episode by reaching out on Social Media!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ourhometownincInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ourhometownwebpublishing/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ourhometownincLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/our-hometown-com/..........Our Hometown Web Publishing is The Last Newspaper CMS & Website You'll Ever Need. We help you generate revenue, engage with readers, and increase efficiency with Our Hometown's Digital & PrePress CMS features to fit your needs & budget.OHT's Web Publishing Platform is:-Powered with WordPress-Hosted on Amazon Web Services-Integrated with Adobe InDesign & Google Drivehttps://our-hometown.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKw6KpKUiQkWldrX2-J1Kag?view_as=subscriberOur-Hometown can be reached via email for comments or questions at: ops@Our-Hometown.com
Daniel Ally is an influencer and author who has built an online coaching business, sharing tips on how to become wealthy. He's also a committed Christian who credits the Bible for turning his life around. He speaks to Aleem Maqbool about how his beliefs inspire him to seek financial success. This inspires a discussion on the interconnections between faith and finance, whether seeking earthly fortune is in conflict with spiritual beliefs and how different faiths approach the gap between rich and poor. Aleem is joined by: Dr Christopher Wadibia - Junior Research Fellow at Pembroke College, Oxford. Christopher's doctoral research studied the politics underpinning one of Nigeria's most popular and influential Pentecostal churches and the investments they make in the social and economic development of Africa's most populous nation. Uneesa Zaman - a communications professional with 10+ years of experience managing global clients across financial services with a focus on financial inclusion. She runs Uneesa Finance - a platform dedicated to educating women about halal finance (with a pop culture twist!) and has helped over 10k women learn more about finance to date. Prof Atul K Shah - creative pioneer in the fields of accounting, finance, leadership and diversity. He holds a doctorate from the London School of Economics and is author of ‘Jainism and Ethical Finance' ‘Inclusive and Sustainable Finance - Leadership, Ethics and Culture' Producer: Katharine Longworth Presenter: Aleem Maqbool Assistant Producers: Robert Guthrie and Ajai Singh
durée : 00:38:56 - Le Temps du débat - par : Emmanuel Laurentin - Aux frontières de l'Union Européenne, la Bosnie-Herzégovine fait face aux tentations séparatistes de la part de République Serbe de Bosnie et à la montée en puissance du nationalisme. Dans ce contexte incertain, quel avenir est à envisager ? - invités : Marion Roussey Co-rédactrice en chef du Courrier des Balkans et correspondante pour Arte basée en Bosnie-Herzégovine.; Aline Cateux Anthropologue, membre du laboratoire d'Anthropologie Prospective de l'Université-Louvain-la-Neuve et correspondante dans les Balkans du quotidien belge Le Soir. ; Sophie Gueudet Historienne, chercheuse à la LSE, London School of economics.
How do you start a new pattern of behavior? Sarah Watters wants you to build a snowball. Sarah is a Senior Consultant and Behavioral Scientist at Wellth, a health tech company focused on driving healthy behaviors among complex, chronically ill, individuals. Since joining Wellth in 2021, Sarah has designed foundational behavioral science strategies and frameworks that have resulted in significant reductions in avoidable inpatient care and high cost utilization among Wellth members. She received her MSc and PhD from the London School of Economics, where her research focused on how individuals make trade-offs in health-related treatment decisions when it comes to quality and duration through a behavioral science lens.
Being a successful entrepreneur is hard work for anyone. Just imagine, though, what it takes for someone who is neuro and physically diverse to make it. Well, you don't have to imagine it. On this week's episode we speak with Katherine McCord, a business owner and inspirational speaker, who shares how her unique perspective has been an asset in her career. Katherine sheds light on how being atypical has shaped her life and career. She emphasizes why its necessary to embrace diversity and work with people and not against them. Katherine also explains the importance of:· Why different is not a deficit· The power of labels· The need to overcome discrimination· How diversity in the workplace can help a business' bottom line· Tips for how diverse people can make themselves more desirable to prospective employers· Her innovative program that shook up the HR worldWhether you know someone who is diverse or not, you can't help but be inspired by this memorable episode of Dream Power Radio. Katherine McCord, a physically and neurodiverse woman herself, built her career on inclusive innovation in people operations and hr tech. She lives by the motto that different is not a deficit. In 2014 she founded Titan Management, a national people operations consulting firm, and then in 2021 she shook up HR tech by designing the first ever fully accessible, anti-bias applicant tracking system plugin that fires the resume and showcases company diversity! Featured at web summit, HR disruptor, SHRM, and London School of Business, she makes an energetic, interactive, education-based speaker who always brings some spice! When she hits the stage, get ready! Her bold, engaging style may be entertaining, but it will also provoke thought, and leave you motivated to take action!Website: https://www.titanmanagementusa.com Are you a woman over 50 who has lost her confidence? Yo deserve to have the best version of yourself. Morning Confident Boosters: Daily Practices for Retired Women to Move From Insecurity to Inner Strength is an actionable 5-step plan that will help you feel empowered, capable, and self assured again. Get your copy here: https://thedreamcoach.samcart.com/products/morrningconfidentboosters
Today we're going to dive into the electrifying world of finance and economics in "The Dollar Endgame: Financial Gravity and the Fed's Dilemma" with Peruvian Bull as we explore the inevitable negative feedback loops of Keynesian economics, Modern Monetary Theory, the Triffin Dilemma, the deindustrialization of America and how the Federal Reserve stole the American Dream. Peruvian Bull is a Peruvian-American scholar, researcher, and educator hailing from the Pacific Northwest. Born and raised in Seattle, he attended a local university where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with degrees in Finance, Economics, and Entrepreneurship. He has studied also in South America and plans to complete a Master's degree at the London School of Economics. He currently works at a private equity fintech firm as an analyst and advisor for financial services. Join us as we discuss the sword of Damocles hanging over the Treasury and unravel the mysteries of the Federal Reserve's event horizon with Peruivan Bull. This episode is brought to you by River. With 100% full reserve custody and zero fees on recurring orders, River allows you to buy and mine Bitcoin with ease. Plus, River offers unparalleled service and functionality, including tax optimization, entity accounts, inheritance planning and instant buy volume. Use this link (River) to get started and get $5 in BTC when you buy Bitcoin at River. For the ultimate in Bitcoin security and design, check out the COLDCARD hardware wallet from Coinkite. With built-in sleep-at-night technology, it's the only dedicated air-gapped, ultra-secure hardware wallet for Bitcoin. Coinkite is a leader in security and hardware manufacturer, est. block 141,000. Maker of some of the most iconic Bitcoin products, such as OPENDIME, COLDCARD, BLOCKCLOCK, SATSCARD, TAPSIGNER and SATSCHIP. For a discount use this link: CoinKite Follow Peruvian Bull on Twitter: @Peruvian_Bull Follow Cedric Youngelman on Twitter: @CedYoungelman Follow the Bitcoin Matrix Podcast on Twitter: @_BitcoinMatrix
https://paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?country.x=US&locale.x=en_UShttps://grahampriest.net/Graham Priest grew up as a working class kid in South London. He read mathematics and (and a little bit of of logic) at St. John's College, Cambridge. He obtained his doctorate in mathematics at the London School of Economics. By that time, he had come to the conclusion that philosophy was more fun than mathematics. So, luckily, he got his first job (in 1974) in a philosophy department, as a temporary lecturer in the Department of Logic and Metaphysics at the University of St Andrews.The first permanent job he was offered was at the University of Western Australia. He moved to Australia when he took up the position, and has spent most of his working life there. After 12 years at the University of Western Australia, he moved to take up the chair of philosophy at the University of Queensland, and after 12 years there, he moved again to take up the Boyce Gibson Chair of Philosophy at Melbourne University, where he is now emeritus. While he was there, he was a Fellow of Ormond College. During the Melbourne years, he was also an Arché Professorial Fellow at the University of St Andrews. He is a past president of the Australasian Association for Logic external-01, and the Australasian Association of Philosophy external-01, of which he was Chair of Council for 13 years. He was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities external-01 in 1995, and awarded a Doctor of Letters by the University of Melbourne in 2002. In 2009 he took up the position of Distinguished Professor at the Graduate Center external-01, City University of New York, where he now lives and works.Graham has published in nearly every leading logic and philosophy journal. At the last count, he had published about 240 papers external-01. He has also published six monographs external-01 (mostly with Oxford University Press), as well as a number of edited collections external-01. Much of his work has been in logic, especially non-classical logic, and related areas. He is perhaps best know for his work on dialetheism external-01, the view that some contradictions are true. However, he has also published widely in many other areas, such as metaphysics, Buddhist philosophy, and the history of philosophy, both East and West.Graham has travelled widely external-01, lecturing and addressing conferences in every continent except Antarctica. For many years, he practiced karatedo. He is a third dan in Shobukai external-01, and a fourth dan in Shitoryu (awarded by the head of style, Sensei Mabuni Kenei external-01 in Osaka, when he was training there). Before he left Australia he was an Australian National kumite referee external-01 and kata judge external-01. Nowadays, he swims and practices taichi. He loves (good external-01) opera, jazz external-01, and 60s rock external-01… and East Asian art. https://paypal.me/Truelifepodcast?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US