The United States is $28 trillion in debt, and it was going to run out of money on October 18th if it couldn't borrow more. Fortunately, an agreement was reached in Congress to temporarily raise the debt ceiling and keep the government functioning. Unfortunately, the debt problem was kicked like a can into the near future, and a political solution will need to be agreed upon in December. Cal reached out to billionaire philanthropist and best-selling author David Rubenstein for an explanation on how our $28 trillion debt got started and how it affects all of us -- as well as the rest of the world. Mandatory listening.
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Time for the government to hammer home compulsory vaccination for construction workers, according to a building industry group. Master Builders wants all building and construction sector workers covered by a mandatory immunisation order like the health and education sector. It comes hot on the heels of an apartment block construction site in central Auckland being named as a location of interest after a Covid positive person was there over several days. David Kelly from Master Builders talks to Lisa Owen.
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Guest: Dr Ntombi Sigwebela | Chief of party for vaccinations at Right To Care Leading health NGO, Right to Care, has announced its mandatory vaccine policy. All Right to Care staff, consultants, contractors and locums must receive a Covid-19 vaccine within six months of becoming eligible to receive a vaccine. Following detailed risk assessments of all positions and with a policy that includes reasonable leeway for medical and religious objections, the NGO aims to reach more than 95% vaccination levels of its employees. John speaks to Chief of party for vaccinations at health NGO Right to Care, Dr Ntombi Sigwebela about how things have been since they made the vaccination mandatory. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Some airline pilots are uniting to say they shouldn't be forced to get vaccinated. Is it OK to get a Pfizer booster shot if you got the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccines? The pandemic has led to higher prices of just about everything. What will slow down the increase? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Amman, the capital of Jordan, contends with a crisis of identity rooted in how it grew to become a symbol for the Anglo-Hashemite government first, and a city second. As a representation of the new centralized authority, Amman became the seat of the Mandatory government that orchestrated the development of Transjordan, the British protectorate established in 1921. Despite its diminutive size, the city grew to house all the components necessary for a thriving and cohesive state by the end of the British protectorate in 1946. However, in spite of its modernizing and regulatory ambitions, the Transjordan government did not control all facets of life in the region. Instead, the story of Transjordan is one of tensions between the state and the realities of the region, and these limitations forced the government to scale down its aspirations. Harrison Guthorn's book Capital Development: Mandate Era Amman and the Construction of the Hashemite State (1921-1946) (Gingko Library, 2021) presents the history of Amman's development under the rule of the British protectorate from 1921-46 and illustrates how the growth of the Anglo-Hashemite state imbued the city with physical, political, and symbolic significance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/middle-eastern-studies
Amman, the capital of Jordan, contends with a crisis of identity rooted in how it grew to become a symbol for the Anglo-Hashemite government first, and a city second. As a representation of the new centralized authority, Amman became the seat of the Mandatory government that orchestrated the development of Transjordan, the British protectorate established in 1921. Despite its diminutive size, the city grew to house all the components necessary for a thriving and cohesive state by the end of the British protectorate in 1946. However, in spite of its modernizing and regulatory ambitions, the Transjordan government did not control all facets of life in the region. Instead, the story of Transjordan is one of tensions between the state and the realities of the region, and these limitations forced the government to scale down its aspirations. Harrison Guthorn's book Capital Development: Mandate Era Amman and the Construction of the Hashemite State (1921-1946) (Gingko Library, 2021) presents the history of Amman's development under the rule of the British protectorate from 1921-46 and illustrates how the growth of the Anglo-Hashemite state imbued the city with physical, political, and symbolic significance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Amman, the capital of Jordan, contends with a crisis of identity rooted in how it grew to become a symbol for the Anglo-Hashemite government first, and a city second. As a representation of the new centralized authority, Amman became the seat of the Mandatory government that orchestrated the development of Transjordan, the British protectorate established in 1921. Despite its diminutive size, the city grew to house all the components necessary for a thriving and cohesive state by the end of the British protectorate in 1946. However, in spite of its modernizing and regulatory ambitions, the Transjordan government did not control all facets of life in the region. Instead, the story of Transjordan is one of tensions between the state and the realities of the region, and these limitations forced the government to scale down its aspirations. Harrison Guthorn's book Capital Development: Mandate Era Amman and the Construction of the Hashemite State (1921-1946) (Gingko Library, 2021) presents the history of Amman's development under the rule of the British protectorate from 1921-46 and illustrates how the growth of the Anglo-Hashemite state imbued the city with physical, political, and symbolic significance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Annie is back and starts the show discussing the debate over mandatory vaccines. Illinois State Senator Terri Bryant joins the show to discuss how Illinois is spending its money. Ryan Wiggins discusses the results of his immunity check. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mandatory vaccinations have been introduced for health and education workers but there has been no change to alert levels in the latest government response to our Covid-19 outbreak. The opposition says the Beehive is once again guilty of acting too slowly. National Party Covid-19 spokesperson Chris Bishop spoke to Kim Hill.
The Covid-19 vaccination is being made mandatory for teachers and frontline workers at schools and early learning centres. As well as teachers, GPs, midwives and pharmacists are among those who will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 by the end of the year. The government has announced that high-risk workers in the health and disability sector will need to be fully vaccinated by December 1 and receive their first dose by the end of this month. Political reporter Charlie Dreaver explains.
Mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations will now be required for large numbers of people working in the health and education sectors by the start of the year. Health sector workers need to be fully vaccinated by December 1, while education workers need to have had both jabs by January 1, 2022. Covid-19 Response and Education Minister Chris Hipkins told Checkpoint “there is a good chance” school will reopen for students in Auckland this year. But he said nothing could be guaranteed with Delta. A scenario where students do not return to school this year is a “worst-case scenario” he said. The government is assessing the risks each week. He said if school comes back before end of year and teachers are not fully vaccinated, those staff will be tested for Covid-19 every week. All teachers will need to be tested before returning to work, he said.
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PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 1: How much covid authoritarianism is too much for the Fauciites? Dr. Leana Wen says unvaccinated should be separated from families over holidays. Florida data shows masks, lockdowns, mandates, don't work. Florida now one of least infected states. Biden hits new approval low in Quinnipiac poll. Mandatory covid shot is coming for your kids, so what will you do? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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A teacher backlash is building over government plans to reopen Auckland's classrooms after the school holidays. Union leaders have told RNZ their Auckland members are astonished they could be back in school on 18 October while businesses in the region like restaurants and hairdressers remain shut. Many teachers are on board however with government plans to make Covid-19 vaccinations compulsory for teachers. The Education Minister Chris Hipkins has said Cabinet will consider the issue next week. Auckland Maori-medium teacher primary school teacher Luanda Milo told RNZ she has no problem with requiring teachers to get vaccinated.
Many parents want to see a mandate for teachers to be vaccinated to be in the classroom with young children who cannot be. But others think it would be a too heavy-handed approach. The Covid-19 Minister and Education Minister Chris Hipkins says Cabinet will discuss the issue on Monday, and announce a decision shortly after. Chen Liu reports.
Mandatory vaccinations are among the options up for consideration before Auckland's schools re-open on October the 18th, after the school holidays. That date's just a pencil booking for now, pending health advice. The Education Minister Chris Hipkins says other options being considered over the next week include more frequent testing for unvaccinated teachers and PPE requirements. The pfizer vaccine is yet to be approved for children under 12, and the Minister says primary schools will have some of the highest concentrations of unvaccinated people. Auckland Primary Principals' Association president Stephen Lethbridge and Secondary Principals' president Steve Hargreaves spoke to Morning Report's Corin Dann.
Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson says mandating Covid-19 vaccinations is unlikely, but vaccine certificates are likely to be introduced in the near future. Certificates would permit people to attend events, venues, and other activities to show they are vaccinated. Robertson told Morning Report making any type of vaccination across the population would be challengeable. "What we are [doing], and what you'll hear more from the Prime Minister about today, is the approach that we're going to take around what vaccines can enable you to do. "The use of vaccine certificates is going to be an important part of how we move forward from here. But mandating vaccinations is not something New Zealand's done and I think it's a step that many New Zealanders would find very, very difficult, but there will be situations where being vaccinated is the key to you being able to live a relatively normal life. That will be a great incentive." He denied that the Government was changing its Covid-19 strategy. "What this is about, is the beginning of a transition to a place where vaccinations keep New Zealanders safe. But we've got to be really clear, this is still a cautious and methodical approach." Robertson said the changes were a continuation of a strategy that supports public health objectives.
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In the Security News, Microsoft adds automated mitigations for Exchange servers, Senior US cyber officials support mandatory breach reporting, 2021 has broken the record for 0days, but maybe that's a good thing? Speaking of which, Apple patches some 0days, Lithuania warns against using Huawei and Xiaomi phones, the FCC pays companies to ditch Huawei and ZTE gear, the latest on Cybercrime, UK researchers find a way to pickpocket Apple Pay, and more! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/psw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/psw712
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ESG used to be seen as an add-on. Now, it's the data-driven way to understand long-term value. Deloitte's Kristen Sullivan and Veronica Poole explain what companies can do to embrace this changing perception.
Jay is joined by ESPN mainstay Sage Steele, who dives into her upbringing as a military girl and how she got her start at the worldwide leader. She also jokes with Jay about hating Notre Dame because her first gig was in South Bend, and how nervous she was her first time on the air on television. Plus Sage recalls how difficult some men made it for her to make her way in sports, with rude comments and sexual undertones that would be shouted down in today's culture but instead she let it roll off her. Jay and Sage also align on their struggles with raising kids in a digital world, and how their kids individually torture them to test their limits. And did Sage really PASS on her first gig at ESPN? We also get into her Twitter attacks from a few years back when she tweeted her political stance and how scary that was for her family. Sage also admits that she just got her COVID vaccine because ESPN mandated it or she'd lose her job. Follow Jay on Twitter (@JayHasTweets) and Instagram (@IfJayHadInstagram) for more on the show and Jay's latest takes.
As the world enters into a new and ever-evolving post-pandemic landscape, sales leaders are hyper-focused now more than ever on mastering the art of selling. My guest in this episode of The Modern Selling Podcast is a Harvard Business School professor, market researcher, and best-selling author who has spent decades studying the data behind what really drives sales. Don't miss this eye-opening conversation with Frank Cespedes, as he dispels the biggest sales myths and explains the must-use strategies to consistently get sales results. Frank Cespedes is one of Harvard Business School's best-kept secrets. He spent 12 years as a Managing Partner of a professional services firm, where he helped countless companies navigate go-to-market and strategy issues. He has written for numerous publications, and is the author of six books, including, Aligning Strategy and Sales, which was cited as “The Best Sales Book of the Year” by Strategy & Business, “A Must Read” by Gartner, and “Perhaps the Best Sales Book Ever” by Forbes. Listen to this episode to hear the most important sales lessons from Frank's newest book, Sales Management That Works: How to Sell in a World That Never Stops Changing. Grab your copy here on Amazon. Did the Pandemic Change How We Sell? The short and very surprising answer is: NO. With so many B2B and B2C companies shifting to expand their digital offerings (Vengreso included!), most sales leaders rushed to invest in growing their online infrastructure – making the role of the traditional salesperson obsolete. Well, so we thought. However, when you examine the data as closely as Frank has, it reveals that many sales leaders are misallocating sales resources based on unsubstantiated assumptions. So, I asked Frank to share some of his findings. “The percentage of total retail sales that were done via e-commerce at the beginning of 2020, when the pandemic hit, was 11.4%. But, when I ask executives, I typically get estimates from 30% to 60%. In other words, people are not just a little bit off, they're orders of magnitude off!” What's even more startling is the small impact on online retail sales that the pandemic restrictions actually had. Frank says, “During those maximum lockdown conditions, e-commerce as a percentage of total retail sales only went up to 15.1% – and it's been trending down since then.” Listen to the episode to hear his unique B2B insights and the major ‘allocation' mistake Frank found that's sinking B2B sales. What is Affecting Sales Right Now? The buying journey is much more complex, as customers can navigate seamlessly between offline and online channels to buy a single product. And, these buying behaviors must inform and influence the tasks of the sales team. But, are companies really adapting to this shift Frank doesn't think so. “The most important thing about selling is the buyer who buys – why they buy, and how they buy. This is where technology online has had its biggest impact.” In his new book, Sales Management That Works, he outlines the three most important questions that sales teams need to be asking right now to position themselves for growth: When is the right time and the wrong time to interact with buyers? What is the best channel approach to sales – offline or online? How do we shift from an ‘individual contributor' model to an ecosystem of sales managers? Join in to hear what Frank believes are the right answers to these pressing sales questions. How to Hire The Right Sales Staff in Today's Market Sales hiring comes with a host of inherent challenges that aren't present in other industries. Unlike other positions, Frank found that less than 300 out of the 5,000 colleges and universities in the country even offer a sales course. “This is an occupation, where the vast majority of people start out knowing very, very little about what they're going to get paid for.” Frank shares an interesting perspective of how the hiring process should be approached. I was happy to hear that Vengreso's ‘hiring template' is checking all of his boxes. According to his research, sales hiring must include: Multiple interviews that allow candidates to be screened by both sales leaders and their sales peers. Skills and behavioral testing via real world selling scenarios. Mandatory probationary periods even after hiring to assess the candidate's fit. This can seem like a lot of time invested to hire one sales rep, however, as Frank points out, “If you add up the amount of money that is spent on hiring and the opportunity costs inherent to training, that number annually, is bigger than the biggest CapEx decisions.” So, with this amount of money at stake, nailing the sales hiring process is key to every company's success. Be sure to listen to the entire episode to hear the ‘bizarre' sales hiring story I share that illustrates the power of having the right hiring process in place. How Sales Leaders Can Improve Sales Training I wasn't surprised when Frank shared that, “most sales reps forget about 80% of what they learn in sales training seminars within 60 to 70 days.” In fact, this is what we have been preaching for the last 3.5 years even before the pandemic and what became the cornerstone of our evangelizing a virtual sales program. This is why highly-targeted sales training that is designed for adult learners and that will continually reinforce the right selling behaviors is so important. We predicted this at Vengreso, in 2018, when we began to move our sales training from in-person to online. We figured out early on that online sales training would only be effective if it was focused on how to change our client's sales team's behavior(s), so they could become better modern sellers. But, is sales training the only way to improve your sales team's performance? That's a question I asked Frank and his answer wasn't what I expected. Join the conversation to hear what Frank's data suggests is the most powerful tool to explode your sales team's potential.
Bayern Munich have completed another week of football which saw the team beat SpVgg Greuther Furth 3-1 (and nothing else, because the Bundesliga schedule isn't hell-bent on murdering players). There were some interesting stories which broke during the week, including a series of leaked messages involving Niklas Sule and his agent, plus the news that Timo Werner WAS indeed supposed to join the Bavarians at some point. Plenty to talk about. In this episode, Ineednoname and Schnitzel01 discuss: Mandatory pre-pod Arsenal banter. Is Benjamin Pavard good enough for Bayern Munich? What are the alternatives to playing him? What Niklas Sule's leaked WhatsApp messages mean for his standing within the club. Bullying Sule for his choice of clubs in the Premier League (Tottenham? Seriously?) Whether the failed Timo Werner transfer confirms the presence of division in the club. A surprising plot twist near the end of the podcast. A preview of next week's potential topic. As always, thanks for your support and let us know what you think! Be sure to stay tuned to Bavarian Podcast Works for all of your up to date coverage on Bayern Munich and Germany. Follow us on Twitter @BavarianFBWorks, @jeffersonfenner, @TheBarrelBlog, @tommyadams71, @bfwinnn, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Heeeeere's Johnny!! Ever seen the Shining? All work and no play does a lot more than just "make Jack a dull boy!" Find out the importance of fun and play in this episode of Men Talking Mindfulness. 01:13 Welcome to the Show 02:10 “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy“ 03:45 Join us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/mentalkingmindfulness 04:45 Listen to our previous episode on Emotional Awareness 06:10 Having fun makes you more fun! 07:00 Will leads Opening Grounding Practice 12:00 Why talk about fun? 14:45 What is fun? 16:55 MTM in Space? 17:00 Let go of your Ego 18:00 Finding fun through novelty 21:00 Work culture - is it ok to have fun on the job? 25:30 Why is fun important? 32:30 Mandatory fun isn't fun 36:30 How do you know if you're having enough fun? 39:30 Jon is slowly starting a farm 40:00 Laugh Yoga - it's a thing 42:30 Graph of Liberation x Hedonic Engagement by Oh and Pham, 2021 49:00 Jon leads Closing Grounding Practice Opening and closing Music: Malecon by Soyb & Amine Maxwell https://soundcloud.com/soybmusic https://soundcloud.com/aminemaxwell Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/al-malecon Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/xbWzYbtMgIE
Last week the Biden administration unveiled its ghastly plan to effectively force vaccines into people's arms unless they're willing to risk unemployment. Meanwhile, other elites like George W. Bush mouth the platitudes of the uniparty establishment. Plus: Gavin Newsom clings to power in California—and no points for guessing LA County's first order of business after the news dropped.