Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us: Check out the courses over at Talk Python And Brian's book too! Special guest: Paul Everitt Brain #1: Why I use attrs instead of pydantic Tin Tvrtković, @tintvrtkovic attrs vs dataclasses Since dataclasses are a strict subset of attrs functionality. Recommend using attrs in most cases over dataclasses attrs is faster, has more features, releases more frequently, offers over a wider range of Python versions. attrs vs Pydantic attrs is a library for generating the boring parts of writing classes; Pydantic is that but also a complex validation library. a structuring/unstructuring library, ex converting to json and back attrs has opt-in validation that you have more control over cattrs can be used for structuring/unstructuring converters are opt-in for attrs, built into Pydantic, and can be wrong. example using Pendulum that Pydantic mishandles Summary attrs + cattrs + validators where necessary, converters where necessary will be faster you'll have more control Kind of a “small, sharp, specialized tools” vs “swiss army knife” comparison. Michael #2: mclfy via __dann__ Mcfly is an incredible Ctrl+r replacement McFly replaces your default ctrl-r shell history search with an intelligent search engine that takes into account your working directory and the context of recently executed commands. McFly's suggestions are prioritized in real time with a small neural network. Features Rebinds ctrl-r to bring up a full-screen reverse history search prioritized with a small neural network. Augments your shell history to track command exit status, timestamp, and execution directory in a SQLite database. Maintains your normal shell history file as well so that you can stop using McFly whenever you want. Includes a simple action to scrub any history item from the McFly database and your shell history files. Designed to be extensible for other shells in the future. Written in Rust, so it's fast and safe. Paul #3: Textual and boilerplate removal In the race to make Textual the most talked-about package in Python Bytes history… I'd like to zoom in on a Twitter discussion he had about removing boilerplate I have traditionally been opposed to the convention-over-configuration approach that most successful Python projects have taken I dislike magic variable and file names, prefer explicit is better than implicit, actual symbols Lately, because of…tooling But Will's approach to “boilerplate removal” is compelling, as it remains mypy friendly Still, I find it flawed…code meant to be read 2 years from now…that stuff that is implied-away, worries me Will is great at working-in-the-open, being a gentle, encouraging public figure Brian #4: xdoctest “The xdoctest package is a re-write of Python's builtin doctest module. It replaces the old regex-based parser with a new abstract-syntax-tree based parser (using Python's ast module). The goal is to make doctests easier to write, simpler to configure, and encourage the pattern of test driven development.” “The main enhancements xdoctest offers over doctest are: All lines in the doctest can now be prefixed with >>>. Old-style doctests with ... are still valid. Additionally, the multi-line strings don't require any prefix (but its ok if they do have either prefix). Tests are executed in blocks, rather than line-by-line, thus comment-based directives (e.g. # doctest: +SKIP) are now applied to an entire block, rather than just a single line. Tests without a "want" statement will ignore any stdout / final evaluated value. This makes it easy to use simple assert statements to perform checks in code that might write to stdout. If your test has a "want" statement and ends with both a value and stdout, both are checked, and the test will pass if either matches. Output from multiple sequential print statements can now be checked by a single "got" statement. (new in 0.4.0).” Features I love “The new got/want tester is very permissive by default; it ignores differences in whitespace” You can make doctest normalize whitespace, but why should you have to? Michael #5: Automate the standing desk with python via Joe Riedley, by David Kong “When I first started using it, I was very excited, but I quickly found myself sitting all day, in spite of the fancy desk.” I took off a few screws and … voila! A row of pins neatly exposed right in front. The pins in my control box, when connected correctly, simulate the pressing of the buttons on the front of the box. Raspberry Pi Zero, the simplest, most basic version. It doesn't have all the bells and whistles, but it does everything I needed for this simple project, and it's just $5(!). And the code from gpiozero import LED # The LED library allows easy pin control from time import sleep import randomrelay = LED(17) # I connected the relay to pin 17 and groundwhile True: relay.on() sleep(1) relay.off() sleep(random.randint(45, 60) * 60) Paul #6: Hypermodern Python Cookiecutter I've been noodling with some code the last two years about bringing frontend DX to Python web dev Learning and talking more than adoption Running a modern Python project is a LOT of housekeeping Hypermodern Python Cookiecutter from Claudio Jolowicz teleported me to a state of the art I was looking for Poetry, Nox, GHA, pre-commit, flake8, PyPI uploads from CI, release drafter, Black, prettier, pytest, mypy, Sphinx and friends, GitHub labeler It's NOT AT ALL just a cookiecutter The best part…it's an enormously-detailed user guide, some blog posts with the “why”, it's actively maintained The PR workflow is really well explained and wired up This could be…a course, a webinar Thanks Claudio Extras Michael: ActiveState's 2021 Software Supply Chain Security Survey Python 3.9.7 and 3.8.12 are now available From Shlomi Lanton, on your #2 Brian talked about having a history of all files to find the ones that were updated last, so I created granpa caffinate: you mentioned the MacOS /usr/bin/caffeinate tool on "https://pythonbytes.fm/episodes/show/247/do-you-dare-to-press-.". Follow caffeinate with long-running command to keep awake until done (caffeinate python -c 'import time; time.sleep(10)'), or caffeinate -w "$PID" for an already running task. - via Nathan Henrie Also: wakepy now works correctly on macOS Joke: Meaning
Guy Benson Show - 8-24-2021 [00:00:00] 3:06 pm - Afghanistan Withdrawal Crisis Continues [00:15:45] 3:27 pm - Afghanistan Withdrawal Crisis Continues [00:18:16] 3:35 pm - Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) [00:34:18] 3:55 pm - WH Press briefing [00:36:26] 4:06 pm - WH Press Briefing Continued [00:52:10] 4:27 pm - Taliban Takeover: [00:54:41] 4:35 pm - Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) [01:08:55] 4:53 pm - Guy Benson Show. [01:12:56] 5:06 pm - Biden speaks amid Afghan crisis [01:24:14] 5:22 pm - Guy's Reaction to Biden's speech [01:31:10] 5:35 pm - REPLAY: Rep. Liz Chenny [01:47:39] 5:55 pm - Homestretch:
Parshas Shoftim, a truth that maintains! This week's Parsha Perspective is in loving memory of Edward Ben Efraim and Shlomo Ben Edward. And in honor of the Refuah Shlema of Shaul Ben Berta, Sasson Bezalel Ben Batia, Gabriel Asher Ben Deana & Yirachmiel Daniel Ben Tova Basha. This week's Parsha Perspective is dedicated in honor of my dear friend Natnel Sazgar's birthday. May Hashem bless him and his family with much health, happiness and success! Click here to listen, watch and connect! Parshaperspective.com Download the companion article! https://bit.ly/3iImDIS Our Parsha outlines the leadership structure for the Jewish nation. We begin with the commandant to appoint judges and law officers to maintain peace and order in each city. Moshe then explains rules and regulations against listening to sorcery or witchcraft. He describes how to differentiate between a true and false Prophet and the punishment for those who falsely claim that G-d spoke to them. We find out what Moshe means when he says “ be whole with G-d”. We learn the power and importance of honesty, truth, and integrity.
Maeva is the founder of Flying Cat Marketing, a content-led SEO agency for SaaS companies in hypergrowth. She's helped VC-backed tech companies like Operto, Avantio, tye, and others scale their organic user acquisition with seamless content operations and world-class, revenue-generating content. This episode is sponsored by NoiseAware & Operto! Running a great property management company means you need a great property noise sensor and the ability to give automated access to your guests so you don't waste your time doing things manually all the time! Upgrade your tech stack and get this dynamic duo to power your business! This episode is also sponsored by our friends at Jetstream! Check out this link to learn more! In this episode, we explore: 03:31 - Maeva's Background 11:24 - Letting go of control 15:35 - Optimizing your time and energy 21:10 - Financial Ambitious Goals 23:36 - Are you charging more or less? 25:19 - Point of view when it comes to technology 30:38 - Why Hoteliers keep everything tight 34:50 - Providing better value to the guests 37:17 - Scaling the services 40:12 - Using LinkedIn to Grow your Brand Connecting with the Guest: Website: https://flyingcatmarketing.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maevaeverywhere?originalSubdomain=es Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/flyingcatmarketing/ Slick Talk Website & Socials: https://bit.ly/3uCsm6H Mid Roll Ad - 22:14
Yesterday the federal government ruled out Labor's idea of cash incentives to encourage vaccinations, today the commander responsible for the rollout says they are still an option.
The Brief Teaching on Dispensationalism Dispensationalism is God's creative management of the ages in keeping with His own eternal plan, incorporating the good and bad choices of humans. -Danny Campbell 3 Key Features of Dispensationalism: The overall theme of the Bible is the glory of God. Takes Bible texts at their plain meaning. Therefore Bible passages are read literally unless the context indicates otherwise. Maintains a clear distinction between Israel and the Church. Unfulfilled Promises made to Israel will be fulfilled. Dispensationalists reject the idea of the church replacing Israel. Clarifying items about Dispensational teaching: Salvation is always by grace through faith! The call in every dispensation is to believe God and love Him. Then each dispensation has specific commands to obey. There is both continuity and discontinuity between the dispensations: Salvation is always a matter of believing in and loving God; some commands are reiterated, others non-applicable (Priestly Law, Civil Law) Some things end at the end of a dispensation Access to Garden; Civil Law of Israel The Rites to observe may be different in different dispensations 7th Day Principle observed on the Sabbath by Israel, on Lord's Day for the Church Circumcision for Israel, Baptism for the Church Passover sacrifice for Israel; Lord's Supper for the Church No need to “spiritualize” battles Israel fought, or to try and justify what God called them to do in that ‘dispensation' as if they were the church No need to speak of “the church in the OT” – the church wasn't in the OT! No need to insist that the church replaces Israel – God has a future plan for Israel that will fulfill all of His literal promises to Israel. Verses to Consider: Genesis 3:22-24 Genesis 6:1-8 Psalm 37:34 Jer. 25:11-12; 29:10; Dan.9:1-2 Daniel 9:24-27 Daniel 12:1-2 Matthew 5:17 John 1:17 John 7:37-39 Luke 11:24 Acts 1:5-9 Acts 3:21 Romans 11:1-7, 25-29 Galatians 3:13-29, v. 24 Ephesians 1:10 Revelation 3:10 Eternity Past Being omniscient, or all-knowing, God was able to factor in all the free will choices that angels and humans would make ________________ He created everything. 2 big timing Questions about angels and demons: When did God create angels? When did some angels rebel with Satan and become demons? Since the angels were singing and shouting as God was creating, they themselves must have been __________________ before Genesis 1:1. In other words, before the 6 days of creation! Nowhere are we told the total number of angels and demons. But there is a place that tells us what percentage of angels became demons.
The International Monetary Fund says the global economy is recovering at an uneven pace, with the gap between rich and poor countries expected to widen this year. The lender says it's a result of rising coronavirus infections from the Delta variant and inadequate vaccine access. And that could slow the global economic recovery in 2022. In its latest World Economic Outlook, the IMF says it expects global GDP to grow by 6 percent this year, unchanged from its April forecast. While next year's expansion will be slower at 4.9 percent. The fund says advanced economies are leading the recovery with the US and the UK both likely to grow by 7 percent. That's because they and other wealthy economies have had efficient COVID-19 vaccine roll-outs, and better fiscal support programmes. But the IMF has cut its growth forecast for emerging markets, where vaccine distribution has been slow. It says only 11 percent of people in developing countries are fully vaccinated. Many countries, including India, Indonesia, Brazil and Thailand, are also struggling to contain the the Delta variant. #IMF #GlobalEconomicOutlook #Pandemic
https://www.hunterindustries.com/ Nick Straabe is a Licensed Landscape Architect currently focused on the design, specification, sales, implementation and management of low voltage lighting and irrigation systems for Hunter Industries. Jason Wan establishes Maintains and Builds relationships with Landscape Architects for Hunter Industries.
Renters' protections will remain in place through end of July; U.N. predicts international tourism recovery by 2023; retailers, suppliers concerned over Christmas shipping delays
North Carolina is one of the last states with an Emergency Declaration still in effect, as Gov. Roy Cooper refuses to address concerns about the long-lasting E.D. Also, Vanity Fair explores why the ‘lab leak theory' of the coronavirus origin got so much resistance over the past year. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/petekalinershow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this segment Sean and Jacquie are joined by independent journalist, writer and researcher Denis Rogatyuk to discuss the elections in Peru between socialist Pedro Castillo and far right Keiko Fujimori. Rogatyuk explains the political and historical context behind this election and what a Castillo victory would mean for Latin America's “Pink Tide.”
Summary In this episode, Kimberly and Haize discuss Haize’s Get Rooted with Haize Doula Training, Haize’s experience as a doula and mentor, and birth work in relation to relationships, energy, and community-building. Haize describes her experience as a spiritual mentor and doula for birthing families and how her new doula training curriculum came to be. She also discusses how COVID-19 has impacted pregnant and birthing people, causing even more isolation and health risk factors. The pandemic in addition to Haize’s lifelong experiences have re-energized Haize in her trainings to focus on holding space, relationships, and community for birth workers, birthing families, and the community at large. Bio Haize Hawk is a certified doula, student midwife, spiritual counselor and community leader, mother, and offers full-spectrum doula care. She recently created and runs doula trainings based on her decades of experience in holding birth as spiritual, a rite of passage, and initiation for families. Get Rooted the Haize Way is Haize’s doula training that began as a pregnant people’s class and has developed into a full curriculum and certification for doulas and birth workers. What They Share --Get Rooted with Haize Doula Training philosophy --Importance of birth workers supporting one another --Importance of birth workers supporting families energetically --Impact of COVID-19 on pregnant and birthing people What You’ll Hear --Started group coaching for pregnant mothers --Developed class as a doula training --Doulas needing certification for hospitals during COVID-19 --Creating curriculum and certification for doula training --Curriculum includes spiritual ancestry, masculine/feminine, herbology, nutrition, homeopathy and more --Cohorts building community with each other --Trainees doing inner work on themselves to prepare for birth work --Understand importance of birth workers --Importance of relationships between midwives, pediatricians, hospitals, doulas and all birth workers and support --Birth workers showing solidarity for each other --Protecting energy as birth workers --Power-with vs. power-over --Pregnant and birthing during COVID-19 increase in high risk factors --Birth as a spiritual transformation to individual and family --Maintains morning and evening routines as boundaries for time and access --Turns to community for support and nourishment --Self-replenishment as service for community --Love as foundation of everything --Recommendations to hold energy not place-holders --Doula support as mutual energetic reciprocity --Business of relationships, space-holding as energy in doula work --Returning to origins of birth with relationships and space-holding Resources IG: @iamhaizehawkrosen
Photo: Cartoon shows a rich man "Sugar Trust" seated in a chair '[paragraph] 209 16 Dutch" smoking a pipe "Sec. 4 Tariff Law 1897" from which issues smoke labeled "Reciprocity." A man "Beet Sugar" pulls on the back of the chair as Theodore Roosevelt, holding a "Special Message," and Democratic Congressman James Daniel Richardson spur on an elephant and a donkey hitched to a harness connected to a footstool "Duty on dark colored sugar" under the feet of the man."Cuban-American Reciprocity Bureau, Washington, D.C."Title from item.The New John Batchelor ShowCBS Audio Network@Batchelorshow The surprising Mr. Biden maintains Trumps's China tariffs. @AlanTonelson @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The HillAlan Tonelson, independent economic policy analyst who blogs at RealityChek and tweets at @AlanTonelsonhttps://www.globaltimes.cn/page/202104/1222155.shtml
If you struggle with being present during coaching sessions, then tap into a coaching style that is open, flexible, grounded, and confident. You really can stay focused and remain fully conscious with your clients during each session, and today, we'll show you how. Not only will you benefit from maintaining presence throughout coaching sessions, but also your clients will reap great rewards from what you sow. Lean in and learn: How you can be fully present and tuned into your client's agenda so you can hold the coaching process while your client determines his or her progress. In/outs of creating and allowing space for comfortable silence so you and your client can hear what's not being said as well as important nuggets of truth crucial to the coaching conversation. The benefits of curiosity, stability, and security that come when the coach manages his/her emotions while remaining focused and observant with empathy and responsiveness. About Pamela Mertz: Pamela Mertz, CPLC, ACC is the President and Founder of BluePrint Life Coaching, LLC. She is a Leadership Life Coach, trained at PCCI, and serves on faculty. She is also IEHSS Team Coach, certified in Quality Improvement Coach for healthcare, and a certified Strengths Finders Coach. Her passion to see people living in the abundant “Zoe” life, that Jesus came to bring us, led her to volunteer and now serve on staff at Promised Land Living. She has also served as a women’s ministry leader for over 20 years and is a licensed pastor in Minnesota. She does inner healing prayer ministry with her husband. She has 3 adult sons and lives in St. Michael, MN with her husband, Lou. Her leadership in for-profit and nonprofit sectors has brought her much experience and national networking. Pamela is an active member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and Christian Coaching Network (CCNI) and sits on the Board of Directors of the Minnesota/Dakotas CFF Board as well as Promised Land Living, a nonprofit, national ministry. She has coached CEOs, entrepreneurs, teams, and many groups over the 7 years she has been coaching. Prior to coaching, she had a 30+ year career in the technology industry, with her own company. Writing is a passion of Pam’s and she has a workbook that will soon be available. It is The Truth About Church Wounds. She is also working on a book that will be out in 2021 as well, a detailed journey of intimacy with the Father. Learn more about Pamela at www.BluePrintLife.net.
Stocks took a leg higher Wednesday afternoon as investors digested a key monetary policy decision and upgraded economic outlook from the Federal Reserve. Treasury yields climbed, and the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note jumped to more than 1.65%.
Photo: No known restrictions on publication.The New John Batchelor ShowRepresented by CBS News Radio@Batchelorshow Biden maintains the Trump tariffs & What is to be done? @AlanTonelson, @GordonGChang, Gatestone, Newsweek, The HillAlan Tonelson, independent economic policy analyst who blogs at RealityChek and tweets at @AlanTonelson, on this: https://news.bloombergtax.com/international-trade/biden-white-house-defends-trump-china-tariffs-in-legal-showdown
Having coached at VakifBank ISTANBUL since 2008, Giovanni Guidetti has built the foundations for all of their recent successes and 2021 is looking like another promising year for the team who play in yellow. The outspoken Italian joins Dave and Ci for this episode as they look back at the first matches in the Quarter-Finals, as well as chatting about Ci’s adventures so far in Dallas as part of the Athletes Unlimited league. They also talk about his love for the band U2, how this is one of the best VakifBank teams he has had to date and his views on Libero’s finally being able to be team captains. It is the Polish side of Grupa Azoty KĘDZIERZYN KOŹLE who feature in “Pass the Pod”, while the latest score in “Fan vs Dan” is revealed following the first quarter-final matches, with fan Philipp Mayer. Follow & subscribe to The Ace Space for podcasts with volleyball's biggest stars, while reviews are always welcome! Remember you can get in touch if you want to apply for "Fan vs Dan", the all important e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org, while on social just use the hashtag #LetVolleyballTalk
In recognition of February as Black History Month, Joyce welcomes, Robert A. James, the new Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer for Highmark Health to the show. Mr. James will explain the commitment of diversity and inclusion at Highmark Health. Mr. James is known nationally for including all marginalized groups including people with disabilities.
The Makah Tribe was the first community in the state to shut down because of COVID-19. Now they’re more than halfway through a vaccine rollout and are hoping to reopen this summer. The remote nation in Northwest Washington has remained closed to visitors since mid-March , with a checkpoint on the only road in and out.
Australia’s largest telco reported a double digit decline in total income of 10% to $12 billion while underlying EBITDA fell 14.2% to $3.3 billion as NBN related headwinds and the COVID-19 pandemic contributed most to the underlying result. This report is approved and distributed in Australia by Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399, AFSL 238814 (CommSec) a wholly owned but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124, AFSL 234945 (the Bank). The Bank and its subsidiaries have effected or may effect transactions for their own account in any investments or related investments referred to in this report. This report is not a recommendation to buy, sell or hold any securities or financial products, and has been prepared without taking account of the objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs of any particular individual. For this reason, any individual should, before acting on the information in this report, consider the appropriateness of the information, having regard to the individual's objectives, financial or taxation situation and needs and, if necessary, seek appropriate professional advice. This report is produced by Commonwealth Research based on information available at the time of publishing. We believe that the information in this correspondence is correct and any opinions, conclusions or recommendations are reasonably held or made as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to accuracy, reliability or completeness. To the extent permitted by law, neither the Bank nor any of its subsidiaries accept liability to any person for loss or damage arising from the use of this report.
COVID-19 Edition - Episode 12 Read the transcript at https://kesslerfoundation.org/sites/default/files/2021-02/Evas%20Village%20Maintains%20Vital%20Lifelines%20to%20Clients%20in%20Recovery%20During%20the%20Pandemic%20-TRANSCRIPT.pdf In 2020, Kessler Foundation awarded nearly $1 million in COVID-19 emergency grants to nonprofits faced with new and sudden challenges to serving people with disabilities in New Jersey. The Foundation’s COVID Emergency Fund provided funding for 37 grantees of Kessler Foundation’s employment grant program. In this mini-series, we explore how our COVID emergency grants supported these nonprofits as they adapted to a new reality, enabling us to continue toward our common goal – helping individuals with disabilities reach their goals of independence and self-sufficiency. Episode 12 features Eva’s Village in Paterson, New Jersey. Producer Joan Banks-Smith interviews Marie Caliendo, director of philanthropy who was faced with the uncertainty of being able to maintain vital lifelines to clients in recovery during the pandemic. With the help of the Foundation’s Emergency Grants fund, Eva’s Village has continued to maintain connections to those at-risk. Learn more about Kessler Foundation Center for Grantmaking - https://kesslerfoundation.org/grant-programs and Eva’s Village - http://www.evasvillage.org ======================================================== Tuned in to our podcast series lately? Join our listeners in 90 countries who enjoy learning about the work of Kessler Foundation. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Listen to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud, or wherever you get your podcasts. This podcast was recorded on December 9, 2020 remotely and was edited and produced by Joan Banks-Smith, Creative Producer for Kessler Foundation.
Heidi Simpson readily admits that she did not grow up dreaming of being a mother. She didn't dream of days when she would have a house full of rambunctious children running around creating a bunch of "happy" chaos. However, that's exactly what she got. The Lord had different plans for her. As most mothers do, she has sacrificed some temporal pursuits of her own to be the rock of her family. A rock that is needed when raising 4 children, 2 of which are on the autism spectrum. With her hard working husband, Thomas, gone much of the time during the day providing for the family, she provides the direction and care at home their children need. Heidi shares some experiences of discovering and raising autistic children, She shares an experience of when the spirit really shook her to help her know that their second child was being sent to them at time when they needed her.Heidi also talks about her evolution of fitness and what she has been able to allow herself to become rather than following the pressures of the world. Heidi's family has lived in several areas of the country experiencing gospel living in many places. She had a strong family foundation that raised her strong in the church but also admits that she is a little jealous of her husband who was not raised in the church. She does not mean that in a negative way, but in a personal growth way. Heidi speaks to how she and Thomas have been able to travel this road together while figuring things out along the way, especially when it came to raising their family with all of the dynamics involved. She offers some tips on what not say and how not to interact with a family that has autistic children. Finally, she talks about how they find joy in living the gospel of Jesus Christ.One's thing is for sure, Heidi is proud of her family and the legacy they are leaving as they blaze their trail in this world!!
Federal Reserve officials left their benchmark interest rate unchanged near zero as they flagged a moderating U.S. recovery and reiterated a pledge to use all available tools to support the economy during the coronavirus pandemic. Providing context and analysis are Bloomberg News Global Economics and Policy Editor Kathleen Hays, Bloomberg Stocks Editor Dave Wilson, Manulife Investment Management Chief Economist Frances Donald, Bloomberg Intelligence Chief U.S. Interest Rate Strategist Ira Jersey, Keel Point Chief Economic Adviser Steven Skancke, Bloomberg Economics Chief U.S. Economist Carl Riccadonna and Dave Ellison, Portfolio Manager at Hennessy Funds. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Doni Holloway
Los Angeles is experiencing a devastating coronavirus surge. On Saturday, LA County became the first county to reach 1 million cases since the start of the pandemic. The pandemic is having an economic impact, too. On Monday's show, we turn back to Sean Knibb, owner of Knibb Design interiors and Flowerboy Project, a cafe and flower shop in Venice, California. Knibb says the cafe has become a comforting community hub, even as the coronavirus spreads, touching his employees lives, his family’s life and the neighborhood itself.
Richard Saillant is a Moncton-based economist and public policy consultant.
Welcome to another episode of Action and Ambition. We are joined today by Alex John, the founder of DickPrint that creates premium high-performance clothing for men. Alex John is a California based anesthetist and he has established a side hustle that is now making its waves in the menswear and athletic apparel industry. With the commitment to ensuring quality and comfort, this up-and-coming brand is turning heads and stands dard apart from the competition. It is time for an upgrade with Dick Print’s modern performance fabrics and designs to a more comfortable, longer-lasting, and better to maintain your manhood. Stay tuned and hear all about the brand’s beginnings and what it is that makes so different. You’re going to love this episode!
***IN THIS EPISODE INTERNATIONAL TALKS ABOUT...*** Post-Its and his booger museum; Running into ex-girlfriends who’ve lost their mind and questioning his own sanity for ever having copulating with them; Cheesy pop songs promising castles in the sky that nobody actually really wants; The colossal entertainment value contained in the mere sound of him typing on his keyboard; Old men with hairy ears and bushy eyebrows; Being so gender fluid that you turn into a puddle; Core Chat as spiritual fluffers, and their duty of getting the consciousness fully erect for the show; The harrowing task of training concubines in barns (and then marrying them); Falling far short AGAIN of his promise to devote 80% of the show to his bodily functions, despite bullying ‘Merica Fuck Yeah into counting a wimpy-ass belch that can barely be heard ***IF THAT WASN’T ENOUGH, IN THIS EPISODE INTERNATIONAL ALSO...*** Maintains there’s a magic to his madness; Gets caught in a love triangle with a mug of overly-confident coffee and a wholesome cup of unassuming tea (it doesn’t go well - what love triangles do?); Spontaneously comes up with a case number for the Notice of Non-Adherence levied against him by The Podcast Board (tune in to witness the sheer, in-the-moment genius); Insists milk-fat globs taste like tires, even though he has no idea what tires actually taste like; Deeply moves his audience by revealing intimate details about the powerful feelings he has for his reading glasses (be sure to listen with tissues nearby); Gets into an argument with Shakespeare, who turns out to be a jerk, but not a bigger jerk than International, who insists Shakespeare wrote plays about smelly turds, which he didn’t; Searches his spam folder for the woke memo that informed the entire planet it’s not okay to be funny anymore (apparently, he missed it) ***AND SO MUCH MORE, IT’S CRAZY!!!***
Hear how this new productivity trend is helping Pope Francis get through his grueling advent schedule, and why it may be catching on all over Vatican City. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zoom faces controversy over political influence from China; Manufacturers urge FDA to issue rigid requirements for producing temperature checking cameras; Fox Corporation reports strong earnings; Walmart and Comcast discuss potential collaboration surrounding smart TVs; Simran Sandhu reports.
Today, on KBRS, we discuss consistency and its benefits to leaders, CEOs and entrepreneurs. I believe that action and effort alone don't complete the equation, consistency also plays a key role in good things happening. Among many other benefits, consistency can do the following: - Allow for measurement and therefore motivation -Creates accountability and responsibility -Establishes, grows and maintains your reputation -Makes you more relevant -Maintains your message I mention the following books on today's episode and can recommend them to my listeners: Atomic Habits: https://amzn.to/388mJEU The Power of Habit: https://amzn.to/3mMfaaY The article with these points is: https://www.inc.com/medc/michigan-the-feel-good-business-story-of-the-year.html Want to keep "Killing Bigger?" Check out KillBigger.com Be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app! Please support our generous sponsor: The American Precious Metals Exchange at https://apmex.com Write Kill Bigger Radio a five-star review if you are an Apple subscriber Follow KBRS on Twitter: https://twitter.com/killbiggerradio Join the discussion at https://www.thefastlaneforum.com/community/threads/kaks-kill-bigger-radio-show.95326/ Consider applying to the Kill Bigger Incubator Program https://www.killbigger.com/the-kill-bigger-incubator/ Finally, please share episodes you like and tell your friends! DISCLAIMER! I am NOT your financial advisor. Do your own research. I advocate heavily that you should make intelligent and informed decisions based on your own understanding or hire someone that does this for you. Kill Bigger™️ & Kill Bigger Radio™️ are © Kyle Keegan Holdings LLC. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/killbigger/message
Ryan Baker is the General Manager of Operations at Bunnings and a retail professional with 15 years of experience driving high performing teams. He's been working with Bunnings since he was twenty and has now been with the company for almost nineteen years. After working his way through various roles, he now looks after all the stores in Australia. In this episode, he discusses how Bunnings maintains a connection to their local community by allowing individual stores to create their own set of values, and how they manage to have a staff retention rate of 90%. Connect with us: Michael Momsen on LinkedIn See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Trigger Warning: Content in this episode involves conversations on human trafficking and trauma-based family dynamics. Lasheyl Stroud brought her expertise and authentic understating to share the work being done in and around the juvenile court system. At the time of recording, Lasheyl is growing past her role as Lead Magistrate, and running for judge of the Franklin County Court. She prepped the discussion by first explaining the difference between a judge and a magistrate. Lasheyl handled cases in Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court, which typically involve family-based issues. She also handled cases in Empowerment Court, where cases relate to human trafficking. Going across the state, and working with a sense of urgency, Lasheyl participated in every part of the court. The urgency comes not from a lack of time, but is sustained by clarity and passion. In her experience, she represented parents and children. From full time commitments at the Attorney General’s Office to volunteering as a Guardian Ad Litem, her focus on social justice impact exposed her to a wide range of experiences. Her passion and focus come from a profound sense of care, which explains the actions she upholds when children, children she considers as if they’re her own, are involved directly in court cases. Moving to a topic the public is less educated on, Lasheyl described the system of human trafficking from the perspective of her role in court. Unlike movies, human trafficking often begins with familiar figures in an individual’s life. Family and romantic partners are predators more often than people imagine. She revealed the name “Empowerment Court” is meant as a message to empower the victims within the court cases. Youth are showered in a love that is pure and genuine for the duration of the transition through court. Court staff, child services, and related stakeholders tend to be the first healthier examples of adults for some youth in court. Lasheyl unpacks the careful and attentive approach used to build true relationships with the youth. Lasheyl also dives into the delicate details of family dynamics. For example, removing youth from environments where the a parent is allowing the child to be trafficked by a significant other. If urged to add to the love being given to the youth, Lasheyl shared that people can donate gift cards, clothing, or other forms of service. As a step further, she also mentioned training conferences and mentoring programs can help people become more educated towards the social issue. Our discussion changed direction towards juvenile delinquency. Based on Lasheyl’s explanation, the harshest issue becomes the lingering consequence felt by youth after being engaged in the court system. Court personnel and volunteers aim to resolve this issue, with one hopeful option being restorative justice circles. In closing, Lasheyl took a deep dive into her journey through the social justice sphere that led to running for judge during COVID-19. (So, go out and vote, and vote all the way down your ticket!) If you would like to learn more, you can visit Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or the official website.
Judge Amy Coney Barrett exhibited her profound understanding of the law as she testified this week before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Ellen Troxclair, author of the book “Step Up!: How to Advocate Like a Woman,” joins this episode of “Problematic Women” to discuss the Supreme Court confirmation hearings and why Barrett is qualified to sit on the high court. Troxclair also discusses the organization Women’s March and its opposition to Barrett, and why more conservative women should engage in public policy. Plus, we hear from four women who either clerked for Barrett or had her as a law professor at Notre Dame. They share personal stories about working with her and why she will make an excellent Supreme Court justice. And as always, we’ll be crowning our Problematic Woman of the Week.Listen to the podcast "Perspectives: The Confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett" here. Enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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Establishing and maintaining a coaching agreement with your client is the foundation of everything else you do. It’s an invitation to genuine exploration as you begin a coaching relationship, but it’s also a process, something you will want to do early, often, and in-depth throughout the relationship. Our guest today, Todd Kemp, unpacks the newly updated ICF Core Competency #3 and shares the key skills we need to practice this competency well. Learn from a Seasoned Professional: - How coaching agreements are at the heart of everything you do - Zero in on the co-created relationship that makes coaching both relational and collaborative, so you can maximize the experience for your clients. - Master the partnership with not only clients but also stakeholders, to make clear agreements about processes, plans, and goals. About Todd Kemp Todd Kemp, PCC is Principal of NorthWise Group (northwisegroup.com), a leadership growth coaching and facilitating firm that inspires leaders to ignite flourishing. Todd is a Professional Certified Coach and also serves as a Chair for Convene (convenenow.com), a peer advisory group of Christian CEOs and Business Owners. After a 12-year career of systems engineering and management roles at a Fortune 150 technology company, and earning considerable scar tissue from 3 different entrepreneurial ventures including a business brokerage, a software firm, and a retail disaster, Todd sensed a clear calling in 2008 to coach business leaders who wish to grow exceptional organizations and honor God with their leadership. A graduate of Stanford University, Todd is married to his college sweetheart, Julianne. They have two children and live near Denver, Colorado where Todd enjoys mountain biking and hiking in the majestic Rockies, investing time with family, and being a lifelong learner. Connect with Todd at www.NorthwiseGroup.com.
This is my last episode in a 5 part series on Boundary Types—super helpful information to know about yourself and the people around you! Intimate Boundary Types have healthy boundaries. They know where they end and others begin. The 3 elements of this type of healthy boundary are:1) Accepts differences and similarities2) Genuine closeness in relationships3) Maintains their self As always in this series, I talk about the possible chakras of this person, as well as comparing it to codependency and those who are empaths. The Intimate Boundaried person has healthier chakras than the others we have looked at. They are not codependent, but can have relationships with those who are. IF the codependnt person can handle the healthy boundaries they put up! Lastly, if you are an empaths and those with intimate boundaries mix well! The Intuition Quiz is up and running again—if you never received your email with the attachment visit the site again and now it shall work! Also, we ended up not using the link I thought we would for The Codependent's Holiday Planner, so please visit the correct link below. Peace!Contact Me or Consume My Stuff Here:The Codependent's Holiday Plannerhttps://soulamplified.ac-page.com/chp-landing-pagefollow #codaholidayplannerMasterclass: 5 Deep Truths about Codependency: How It's Hijacking Your Life and What You Can Do About Itwww.soulamplified.org/5deeptruthsIntuition Quiz: www.EnlightenedBossLady.comFree Webinar: www.soulamplifed.org on overcoming people pleasing and codependency with businessInstagram: @SoulAmplifiede-mail me about coaching, The People Pleaser Recovery Roadmap Course, or other questions: Vanessa@soulamplified.org
To finish out Season 1, I'll have the 3 beers from the Hop Butcher/Revolution Colab that came out a few weeks ago. I'll discuss the great beers i had from Half Acre and Marz as well! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beerinfront/support
Deanna is a Chiropractor with 20 years of experience practicing in Kirkland Washington. She has a passion for functional nutrition and helping her clients with intermittent fasting and sustainable approaches to health and weight loss. Deanna is an incredible example of the lifestyle she promotes: Strength training Low carb diet with plenty of protein and fat Maintains 10-12% body fat Very active lifestyle Intermittent Fasting Specific food choices, macros and amount is eaten varies day-to-day LINKS: Instagram: @drdeannamuscle www.drdeannamutzel.com Connect with Zane: Join my Hunger Hunt Feast Facebook Group Questions? You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Connect with me at zanegriggs.com or on Instagram @zanegriggsfitness Quick Episode Summary: Meet Diana Mutzle Caloric restrictive diets are not the same same as intermittent fasting Visceral fat levels are critical for longevity The ultimate trifecta: Intermittent fasting, low carb, exercise. The misconceptions with lifting heavy as a female Muscle is the key to fat-burning 24/7 Intuitive eating vs tracking calories Everything in moderation The advantages of an improved diet With happiness comes fat burning Aim for balance and the body will thrive What works for others may not work for you
In this week's episode of System Update, host Glenn Greenwald takes a thorough look at what happens in congress when the public isn't looking, helping make sense of how the US keeps it’s endless war machine perpetually running. Subscribe to our channel: https://interc.pt/subscribe Watch it on youtube: https://youtu.be/ejqYrzEX14E Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:10 Glenn’s monologue Secretly Taped Audio Reveals Democratic Leadership Pressuring Progressive to Leave Race - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcgPyKt-ysY&feature=emb_title Markup of H.R. 6395 - Roll Call Vote No. 10 - Crow Amendment on Afghanistan (Log 461r1) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10SBlYuA73Y&feature=youtu.be