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It's a new week, meaning new opportunities in the retail auto industry. Today we're covering why EVs cost more to repair than ICE vehicles, Northwood University's new Master's Degree, and McDonald's new restaurant spinoff.Electric vehicles (EVs) are proving costly to repair after accidents, surprising many owners with high bills and extended repair times.A recent Wall Street Journal article said that repairs for EVs are generally more expensive than gas vehicles due to the need for more replacement parts, complexity, and fewer specialized repair shops.On average, EVs cost $6,587 to repair post-collision, versus $4,215 for traditional vehicles, with insurance premiums also being higher for EV owners ($357/month for EVs vs. $248/month for ICE).Special considerations like lithium-ion battery risks and the use of exotic materials like aluminum in EVs add to repair costs and complexity.According Scott MacFiggen's neighbor backed into his R1T pickup truck last summer, he faced a $22,000 repair bill and 2½ months wait, reflecting a common trend among EV owners.Despite current challenges, signs point to potential cost reductions as spare parts supply increases and more repair shops gain expertise.“People are used to hearing that EVs have fewer parts than a combustion vehicle, but that is not the case in collision repair,” - Marc Fredman, Chief Strategy Officer, CCC Intelligent Solutions.Our friends at Northwood University are launching a first-ever specialized Master of Science in Organizational Leadership, which will provide in-depth exploration of auto industry-specific challenges and leadership skills.Features automotive-focused readings and cases, interactive and experiential learning scenariosFrom the Auto Remarketing article: The program, designed for participants with diverse auto industry experiences, offers a path for graduates of Northwood's automotive marketing management and automotive aftermarket management programs, creating “a unified and comprehensive educational journey,” Northwood said in a news release.Flexible 24 month online format w classes starting on Jan 15th. McDonald's is further unveiling CosMc's, a secretive new restaurant spinoff, stirring intrigue and speculation in the fast-food industry and from one influential tik-tockerBased on a little-known McDonaldland character from the late '80s, CosMc's aims to blend McDonald's core essence with a distinct personality.The first presumed location is in Bolingbrook, Illinois, where a retro-style building and multiple drive-thru lanes can now be seen, hinting at a focus on quick service.Social media buzz suggests a shift towards McCafe-style offerings over traditional fast food, potentially challenging Starbucks.McDonald's has kept details under wraps, planning to reveal more during its investor day conference.Hosts: Paul J Daly and Kyle MountsierGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
Jane Bellante is an expert at helping people let go of negative thought patterns to create the art and personal brands they have always wanted with joy, confidence, and ease. She has been a mixed media artist for 30 years, is an International Best Selling Author, a 3 time published artist, and has a Masters Degree in Adult Education. She is a founder of the 5 Day Letting Go Workshop, the Creating Confidently (ArtFusion) course, IGNITE mastermind leader, and is a married mother of 2 kids and 2 pets. https://www.janebellanteart.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/janebellanteart --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/in-the-art-scene/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/in-the-art-scene/support
Phil Shomo has over 35 years experience coaching people. in a variety of arenas such as Business and Ministry, to navigate challenges more effectively. He is now leading a thriving Sports Psychology endeavor that focusses on helping golfers to "fuel their mental tank" while "controlling controllables." Phil has a Masters Degree in Transformation with a specialization in Personal Character Development. He works with golfers of all skill levels including elite NCAA competitors from teams like Mississippi State University and Augusta University. He joins #OntheMark to help you to improve your concentration and focus in practice and on the golf course. Shomo exhibits his "Circles of Focus" as he talks about: How to make sense of Mental Performance. How to improve your relationship with yourself. How much control you really have in every situation. How Focus is mental energy and mental energy is a limited commodity. How paying attention is transactional. He then explains each Circle of Focus and how to use your mental energy effectively: Circle of Concern - where a person has no control, Circle of Influence - where a person has some control, and Circle of Control - where a person has a lot of control. This podcast is also available as a vodcast on YouTube. Search and subscribe to Mark Immelman.
Eve Lorgen is a dedicated counseling and hypnotherapy professional, author and anomalous trauma researcher. She began her pioneering work with alien abductees, “milabs” and mind control victims while earning her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology in 1992. She also holds a BS in Biochemistry and worked in the Biotechnology industry for 7 years. Eve started a support group in 1994 in San Diego County, CA for experiencers of anomalous trauma and continues to consult with anomalous trauma clients worldwide today while living in Western North Carolina. She was a close associate of the late Barbara Bartholic and is dedicated in continuing and expanding the work of the late Dr. Karla Turner.https://evelorgen.com/wp/Eve Lorgen Telegram Group:https://t.me/+8FFb6Bc6tsw3ZjdhJames Bartley has been researching Alien Abductions and the Military/Aerospace Connection to UFOs and Alien Life Forms for twenty five years. He is a protege of legendary Alien Abduction Researcher Barbara Bartholic of Tulsa Oklahoma. James has spent a lot of time conducting field investigations in the High Desert of Southern California, Arizona and Nevada. He specializes in research and investigations into Reptilian Aliens and Military Abductions.https://www.youtube.com/@JamesBartleyhttps://www.thecosmicswitchboard.com/Nate and Dean Bio and Channels:Dean Palmer and Nathan Ciszek cohost the Voices Of Orion Project on the Haujean Contactee Channel. Dean Palmer is a psychic counselor and medium and Nathan Ciszek is a disclosure activist and MILAB victim. You can reach both of them at:Dean Palmer: email@example.comNathan Ciszek: firstname.lastname@example.org(21) Haujean Contactee - YouTubehttps://t.me/planetaryconsciousnesstypical skeptic podcast Merch Store:https://my-store-d53dc3.creator-spring.com
In this video, Dan, who has Autism, ADHD, and OCD, discusses this remarkable individual's intelligence quotient (IQ) has been reported to surpass even the legendary Albert Einstein. Her extraordinary academic abilities paved the way for her to complete a master's degree at such a young age, challenging the norms and showcasing the incredible potential and capabilities of individuals with autism. Join us in celebrating this awe-inspiring achievement as we explore the significance of recognizing and supporting the unique talents and strengths of individuals with autism. This story serves as a powerful reminder that neurodiverse individuals can excel in various fields, shattering stereotypes and misconceptions about autism along the way. We'll also delve into the importance of inclusive education and providing appropriate opportunities for individuals with autism to thrive. This story underscores the significance of early identification, intervention, and support for children with autism, setting a new standard for their future possibilities. The incredible success story of this young girl has garnered worldwide attention and admiration, shedding a brilliant light on the remarkable capabilities of individuals with autism. In this video, we'll explore the details of her journey, the challenges she faced, and the unwavering support that made this achievement possible. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theaspieworld/support
Single-mode fiber transformed telecommunications in the 1970s and 1980s by raising the ceiling for communication bandwidth over transoceanic distances. It took years of R&D to get there though. Remember, we're sending light through tens of kilometers of glass without regeneration. Imagine how pure the glass of an 80km thick window needs to be in order to see through it! In Episode 50, we continue our conversation with Roshene McCool, expert in fiber networks for telecommunications & scientific instrumentation at Corning Optical Communications. She tells us about latency and low loss fibers. – Pat Chou, Cisco Optics Product Manager Roshene McCool is the Senior Market and Technology Development Manager for Corning Optical Fiber and Cable, specialising in single-mode fiber and access networks. She provides technical and market insight for Corning's global fiber and cable product line management teams. Roshene has 30 years of experience in engineering and optical communications systems and subsystems, including many years designing networks for advanced radio telescopes. Roshene has held project management and coordination lead roles in diverse teams throughout her career. Roshene is the acting chair of the Women in Fiber Committee for the FTTH Council Europe and is the winner of the Corning Optical Communications “ You make a difference” award, 2022 for her leadership of diversity initiatives in Corning. Roshene holds a Masters Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and is a chartered member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Related links Cisco Optics-to-Device Compatibility Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/ Cisco Optics-to-Optics Interoperability Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/iop Cisco Optics Product Information: https://copi.cisco.com/ Additional resources Cisco Optics Podcast: https://optics.podcastpage.io/ Blog: https://blogs.cisco.com/tag/ciscoopticsblog Cisco Optics YouTube playlist: http://cs.co/9008BlQen Cisco Optics landing page: cisco.com/go/optics Music credits Sunny Morning by FSM Team | https://www.free-stock-music.com/artist.fsm-team.html Upbeat by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
This is episode 641. Read the complete transcription on the Sales Game Changers Podcast website. Purchase Fred Diamond's best-sellers Love, Hope, Lyme: What Family Members, Partners, and Friends Who Love a Chronic Lyme Survivor Need to Know and Insights for Sales Game Changers now! Today's show featured an interview with Dr. Philip Squire of Consalia. Consalia runs the UK's only Sales Business School, providing Masters, Postgraduate & Undergraduate Apprenticeship programs in Sales. PHIL'S ADVICE: “People pursue advanced degrees in sales because people are passionate about what they do in sales. They recognize the particular peculiarities of sales, and they want to become a master of it. If you're a sales director doing an MBA course, you're going to be given quite a lot of stuff that you may not be able to use that much. But if you think of the title of the Masters in Leading Sales Transformation, it's very relevant for conversations you might be having with customers.”
Khadine Morcom has been a yoga and meditation teacher for over 20 years and has just completed a Masters Degree in Yogic Tradition. In this episode we talk about her Dāśa mahāvidyā course where over 12 months she takes her students on an exploration of the 10 Tantric Goddesses that make up the Mahavidya. These Goddesses have much to teach us about how we live our lives, how we relate to the world, both internal and external and about the traditions that underpin our yoga and meditation practices. Khadine is extremely knowledgeable and we merely scratch the surface of her deep knowledge in this fascinating conversation. Enjoy! You can connect with Khadine and find out more about her course here - Khadineyoga.comKhadine Morcom (@khadinemorcomyoga) • Instagram photos and videos Yoga with Khadine - Facebook (https://m.facebook.com/khadineyoga/)Much loveRosanneWebsite - https://chakra-way.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/yogawithrosanne/TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@thechakrawayFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/chakrawayyoga/YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@thechakraway9141/videos Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
When you reflect you remind yourself about what was amazing, what you want to do more of, and what you'll let go of. Walk through the exercises in this episode for yourself AND with your team as you plan for 2024. Then, create this as a practice throughout the year to make adjustments and changes as you work towards your organizational goals. What you'll learn: → what is a reflection practice? → how often you should be reflecting. → questions to ask yourself when reflecting. → using what you learn to help you when you aren't hitting your goals. Want to skip ahead? Here are key takeaways: [3:30] Why is reflection important? It helps you understand what worked well and what didn't. As you go through life, you tend to forget what happened in the day-to-day that positively or negatively affects your personal and professional goals. [7:56] As a leader, you need to model the work. Yes, you can lead your team in this exercise. It makes a bigger impact if you do the work yourself and model that for your team.That will help you build a culture of ongoing reflection as you go through the year. [15:17] Create a better breakdown of your fundraising goal to know who to target. If you're looking for a certain amount of donors at a certain average gift then you can track where you're at and which audience you should be targeting. [11:23] Figure out the right cadence for yourself. Julie recommends at a minimum, a quarterly review. Take quick inventory on what you intended to happen and what actually happened. Think about what you will keep doing and be real with yourself about what you'll let go of. [13:53] Start by getting out a piece of paper and asking yourself questions. Some questions include, what are you most proud of? What did you learn that you want to take with you? What milestones did you achieve? Where did I develop a skill that I want to expand on. [20:57] Be real about what you come up with and use it to pick yourself up if you aren't hitting your goals. By reflecting you get a better understand of what isn't working so you can make adjustments and keep the train on the tracks. Resources [quiz] Should You DIY Your Website? [guide] Year In Review Julie Boll Founder, Julie Boll Consulting As a certified Dare to Lead facilitator (CDTLF), Julie Boll teaches people how to lead and live more courageously using the Dare to Lead framework developed by Dr. Brene Brown. Julie is the founder of Julie Boll Consulting, a consulting firm dedicated to helping people and organizations make the most of their time, energy and resources so they can maximize their impact on the community. Julie is a former grants professional with a $10 million track record in awarded grants and over 20 years experience in the nonprofit sector, serving in marketing, public relations and grant development roles. Julie is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), and McNellis Compression Planning® facilitator. Julie holds a Bachelor's Degree in Public Relations and a Masters Degree in Education, both from Quincy University. Learn More: https://www.juliebollconsulting.com Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-first-click Learn more about The First Click: https://thefirstclick.net Schedule a Digital Marketing Therapy Session: https://thefirstclick.net/officehours
In episode 191 Jamie Mackay, Strength and Conditioning Coach at Malmo FF, joins us. Specifically Jamie will be looking at: The importance to return to play How to monitor load in return to play How to return to play using the chaos-control continuum About Jamie: "I am a Strength and Conditioning Coach with 7 years experience working at the professional level in football. I am currently working at Malmö FF, where my role has progressed form interning to now focusing on the return to play process for injured players, acting as a bridge between the physios and getting the players back into training. I have an Undergraduate Degree in Strength and Conditioning from St Mary's Twickenham and a Masters Degree in Sports and Exercise Science and Medicine from the University of Glasgow." Instagram: @jamiemackay_sc Nominate future podcast guests here! If you want to hear from a particular person on a particular topic, let us know! Hit the link below and we'll see what we can whip up for you. https://www.scienceforsport.com/nominate/ FREE 7d COACH ACADEMY TRIAL SIGN UP NOW: https://bit.ly/sfsepisode191 JOIN THE SCIENCE FOR SPORT TEAM: https://www.scienceforsport.com/join-our-team/ Learn Quicker & More Effectively, Freeing Up Time To Spend With Friends And Family Optimise Your Athletes' Recovery Position Yourself As An Expert To Your Athletes And Naturally Improve Buy-In Reduce Your Athletes' Injury Ratese Save 100's Of Dollars A Year That Would Otherwise Be Spent On Books, Courses And More Improve Your Athletes' Performance Advance Forward In Your Career, Allowing You To Earn More Money And Work With Elite-Level Athletes Save Yourself The Stress & Worry Of Constantly Trying To Stay Up-To-Date With Sports Science Research
WOW! Buckle-up for what is one of the most powerful episodes of the year. You are going to LOVE this one as Denise Druce, the “2023 IDEA World Inspiration Of the Year” Award winner, shares her extraordinary journey filled with hope, dreams, consistency, and a whole lot of IMPACT! This episode IS going to inspire you. It will make you even more grateful for what you do and who you are. And it's going to motivate you to do big things in the upcoming 2024 year. #TrustMe Specifically, here are some the things Denise & Todd discuss on today's IMPACT SHOW: What was is like to win the “IDEA World Inspiration Award” and share some of your thoughts on that? One of the most emotional moments of her acceptance speech and why she pointed Todd out of the crowd and thanked him for sharing his podcasts & social media. Tell us about Madonna, Dennis Rodman, and Karl Malone… Cancer. It's back in your body. Share your mindset and thoughts around where you are at right now. Prison. Denise shares how her father served a long-prison sentence starting when she was just a teen and how/why she goes into the prison every week (and has for years) to teach yoga to the inmates…and give back. Denise shares the story of Ferosa, her student who is serving a life-sentence in prison and her amazing transformation. You often say “If you want to know where to serve, go to your wounds” and “We can do hard things.” Please elaborate on both of those statements… What is “Yoga Forward” & “Yoga Assets” and tell me how that works? What has kept you going strong for 42-years and still keeps you strong today? Todd & Denise discuss potentially doing a yoga & self-empowerment event together later in 2024. Hmmmm…. WOW-o-WOW. Folks, this is indeed one of the most powerful episodes of the entire year, if not “Top-10” ALL-TIME in 330-episodes. PLEASE share this on your social media, text it to your family and friends, and please thank and encourage Denise to keep being a vessel of light and love. You can tag us at: IG: @ToddDurkin @DeniseDruce #ToddDurkin #IMPACTShow #DeniseDruce #WeCanDoHardThings #CancerPrisonInspiration…Yoga 5 Powerful Quotes from Episode: “If you want to know where to serve, go to your wounds.” “Motion is lotion…Move more!” “The more we live in the moment and look for gratitude, the happier we will be even when life is really hard.” “You gotta shift from Victim to Leader to Servant.” “We can do hard things.” ** To watch Denise's 2023 IDEA World Inspiration Award Speech, go to her “biolink” on IG and you can see her entire speech there, or you can watch it here: https://www.instagram.com/denisedruce/ https://youtu.be/JYynRO9f0g8 About Denise Druce (Guest): Since donning a pair of leg warmers in 1981, Denise Druce has been inspiring people to live healthier, happier lives. Her four-decade journey through the fitness industry has included teaching every format of group fitness, and over the last 20 years, yoga has become her number one passion. Denise is the recipient of the 2023 IDEA World Inspiration Award, has a Masters Degree in Public Health, is a certified yoga therapist and yoga teacher trainer. In 2017, Denise and her best friend formed Yoga Forward, a non-profit that “takes yoga where it isn't”. With an army of volunteers, they offer yoga classes, and 200-Hour yoga teacher training inside the Utah State Correctional Facility. She inspires her students to find purpose in their pain as a place to serve, and to stand at the “Soft Edge of the Hard Place”…in fitness and in life. Her students will tell you Denise is The Elevator…when you're around her, you're going to higher ground! Buckle-UP…It's almost here!! God-Sized Dreams Planner 2024 It's almost here. The God-Sized Dreams Planner 2024 is dropping Dec 1st and I couldn't be more excited. While your God-Sized Dreams Planner 2024 is your complete planner and scheduler for 2024 and has every week and day of your New Year, along with all my systems (10 Forms of Wealth, 3-in-30, WLAG's, Daily “5”, etc.), it also has this year's 2024 Annual STRATEGIC PLAN. The 2024 “Annual Strategic Plan” alone is a MUST-DO exercise packed with over 75 of my deepest, best, and MUST answer questions. If you truly want to amp-up your passion & purpose and reach a heightened state of focus and ultimately success, your GSD Planner 2024 WILL be the most important, beneficial, and best investment you make ALL year. #Guaranteed Get your God-Sized Dreams Planner 2024 on December 1st and your investment will be paid back before 2024 even gets here. Literally. Stay-tuned to www.ToddDurkin.com and be ready to get your God-Sized Dreams Planner 2024 on Dec 1st!! BOOK TODD to speak at your next event or business meeting. If you would like to hire Todd to speak at your company, business, event, or conference, simply reach out to him on DM, email him at Durkin@fitnessquest10.com or you can contact him through the website. www.ToddDurkin.com/Speaking READY FOR EVEN MORE ONGOING MOTIVATION & INSPIRATION? SIGN-UP FOR THE “DOSE OF DURKIN” TODAY!! If you are not signed-up for the Dose of Durkin, make sure you Sign-up NOW for your weekly “Dose” delivered every Thursday. You will simply get a Quote of Day, a weekly workout challenge, and my MINDSET HACK for the week. Sign-up today: www.ToddDurkin.com Get Your IMPACT JOURNAL today at www.ToddDurkin.com https://fitnessquest10.infusionsoft.app/app/orderForms/IMPACT-Journal Join my TD Community for FREE: Simply text me “IMPACT” to (619)304.2216 and you are on your way to receiving exclusive content and even more motivation & inspiration. Sign-up TODAY! Please keep your questions coming so I can highlight you on the podcast!! If you have a burning question and want to be featured on the IMPACT show, go to www.todddurkin.com/podcast, fill out the form, and submit your questions! Don't forget that if you want more keys to unlock your potential and propel your success, you can order my book GET YOUR MIND RIGHT at www.todddurkin.com/getyourmindright or anywhere books are sold. Get Your Mind Right now available on AUDIO: https://christianaudio.com/get-your-mind-right-todd-durkin-audiobook-download Want more Motivation and Inspiration? Sign up for my newsletter The TD Times that comes out on the 10th of every month full of great content. Sign-up here… www.todddurkin.com ABOUT Todd Durkin (HOST): Todd Durkin is one of the world's leading coaches, trainers, and motivators. It's no secret why some of the world's top athletes have trained with him for nearly two decades. He's a best-selling author, a motivational speaker, and founded the legendary Fitness Quest 10 in San Diego, CA. He currently coaches fellow trainers, coaches, and life-transformers in his Todd Durkin Mastermind group. Here, he mentors and shares his 25-years of wisdom in the industry on business, leadership, marketing, training, and personal growth. Todd was a coach on the NBC & Netflix show “STRONG.” He's a previous Jack LaLanne Award winner, a 2-time Trainer of the Year. Todd and his wife Melanie head up the Durkin IMPACT Foundation (501-c-3) that has raised over $250,000 since it started in 2013. 100% of all proceeds go back to kids and families in need. https://todddurkin.com/impact-foundation/ To learn more about Todd, visit www.ToddDurkin.com and www.FitnessQuest10.com. Join his fire-breathing dragons' community and receive regular motivational and inspirational emails. Visit www.ToddDurkin.com and opt-in to receive his value-rich content. Connect with Todd online in the following places: You can listen to Todd's podcast, The IMPACT Show, by going to www.todddurkin.com/podcast. 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Welcome to Episode 1665 of the Italian Wine Podcast. In this Italian Grape Geek series we explore personal stories of travel and tasting with Italy's must know grape varieties. In this episode, Annie Replogle geeks out on the Verdicchio grape, exploring the origins, history and characteristics of the grape, sharing her personal connections with wines made from this variety. Chart your own course with My Italian Grape Geek Journal, your personal tasting companion to accompany the series. Support the show by donating at www.italianwinepodcast.com. Donate five euros or more and we'll send you a copy of our latest book, My Italian Grape Geek Journal. Absolutely free! To get your free copy of My Italian Grape Geek Journal, click support us at www.italianwinepodcast.com or wherever you get your pods. About today's Host: Annie Replogle is a food and wine lover whose passion for all things Italian brought her to Rome, Italy. She holds a WSET Level III, Level I Sommelier, and Certified Italian Wine Ambassador certification. Her love of wine began over a decade ago after taking a wine course during her study abroad in Florence, Italy - an opportunity that allowed her to travel to vineyards across Tuscany learning about wine and the art of deductive tasting. Eight years ago, she decided to pursue this passion even further - a move that led her to work in Tuscany, Italy; Australia's Barossa Valley; Marlborough, New Zealand; La Rioja, Spain; as well as Sonoma, Los Angeles, New York City and now, Rome. She's currently working for an Italian luxury travel agency, pursuing a Masters Degree in Food and Beverage Management, and working on her side business, Vin Concierge — a platform designed to provide members with the best Italian wine recommendations, food pairing suggestions and recipes, as well as carefully-curated food and wine itineraries throughout Italy. Connect: Website: www.vinconcierge.com Instagram: @anniereplogle LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/annie-replogle-a7750b79/ _______________________________ Let's keep in touch! Follow us on our social media channels: Instagram www.instagram.com/italianwinepodcast/ Facebook www.facebook.com/ItalianWinePodcast Twitter www.twitter.com/itawinepodcast Tiktok www.tiktok.com/@mammajumboshrimp LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/company/italianwinepodcast If you feel like helping us, donate here www.italianwinepodcast.com/donate-to-show/ Until next time, Cin Cin! Remember to follow us so that you won't miss an episode of the Italian Grape Geek Podcast!
When it comes to the job market, things certainly have evolved in the past few years. During the pandemic, the unemployment rate reached almost 15%. Today, the labor market is strong and the unemployment rate is under 4%. When comparing today's employment landscape with that of the pandemic, one word comes to mind: Change. We're seeing changes in hiring practices, employee expectations, and the ages of available workers among other things. Stephanie Rentschler works at the Graduate Career Management Center at the William & Mary School of Business. She's the Director of Career Advising and Education. She coaches MBA students and those pursuing Masters Degrees in Accounting and Business Analytics. She joins us to talk about the current job market, what companies are doing to attract talent, and what job seekers can do to find the right opportunity. Learn how the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at William and Mary can help you and your organization develop your top talent through customized executive education and professional development programs. Visit us at www.wmleadership.com. Thank you for listening.
In this episode, recorded on November 14, 2023, Gina talks the 5 P's (Presenting, Predisposing, Precipitating, Perpetuating, and Protective factors) with Dr. Beverley David. Dr. Beverley is Clinical Psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. She also holds a Ph.D in Sleep Research (Insomnia), and a Masters Degree in Health Psychology.You can find the full video hosted at:https://www.facebook.com/groups/livymethodfall2023Topics covered:Introducing Dr. Beverley David @ IntroHow will we know when we get stuck? @ 1:42The impact of delayed emotions and why it is important to process them when we are ready. @ 4:15Nerf guns, Spoon Theory and why it's a good idea to know your energy capacity at the start of each day. @ 5:35The 5 P's: Presenting, Predisposing, Precipitating, Perpetuating, Protective. @ 9:00Being real with your feels as you present yourself to the world. @ 10:40What you bring into the world are predisposing factors. @ 12:52What has happened and what triggers you, good and bad, are precipitating factors. @ 13:55The cycles of sabotage are part of unpacking perpetuating factors. @ 15:28Getting to know your protective factors. @ 17:00Dr. Beverley helps us understand how we might put the 5 P's together. @ 17:30Using a CBT Journal to monitor thoughts, behaviours, and strategies we can use to change. @ 18:28Asking "did that help or hinder" can be a great way to notice what is working or not. @ 22:19Noticing what you can control when the big feels hit you. @ 23:14Choosing YOU Forever: It's about building resilience to manage the waves of life you will face. @ 25:02Why it's important to take time for yourself at the right time of day to think about how you feel. @ 27:40Flip the switch: Make a conscious choice to be in the moment and be kind to yourself. @ 28:38How am I today? How to know when you are making progress. @ 29:01Creating a "safe box" to temporarily hold what you may not be ready to deal with at the moment. @ 30:30How to know when we need to deal with what we don't want to: Am I ready to go there? @ 35:08Being mindful, curious, and kind are great strategies for making progress as you get to know yourself. @ 37:03Dr. Beverley shares a final tip for the day: Try having a FEAR plan. @ 39:08FEAR unpacked: Feeling, Expectation, Action+Attitude, Reward. @ 40:00How to find Dr. Beverley David online. @ 42:37To learn more about The Livy Method, visit www.ginalivy.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Single-mode fiber transformed telecommunications in the 1970s and 1980s by raising the ceiling for communication bandwidth over transoceanic distances. It took years of R&D to get there though. Remember, we're sending light through tens of kilometers of glass without regeneration. Imagine how pure the glass of an 80km thick window needs to be in order to see through it! In Episode 49, we continue our conversation with Roshene McCool, expert in fiber networks for telecommunications & scientific instrumentation at Corning Optical Communications. We get into mechanical considerations and the quality architecture of fiber manufacturing. – Pat Chou, Cisco Optics Product Manager Roshene McCool is the Senior Market and Technology Development Manager for Corning Optical Fiber and Cable, specialising in single-mode fiber and access networks. She provides technical and market insight for Corning's global fiber and cable product line management teams. Roshene has 30 years of experience in engineering and optical communications systems and subsystems, including many years designing networks for advanced radio telescopes. Roshene has held project management and coordination lead roles in diverse teams throughout her career. Roshene is the acting chair of the Women in Fiber Committee for the FTTH Council Europe and is the winner of the Corning Optical Communications “ You make a difference” award, 2022 for her leadership of diversity initiatives in Corning. Roshene holds a Masters Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and is a chartered member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Related links Cisco Optics-to-Device Compatibility Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/ Cisco Optics-to-Optics Interoperability Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/iop Cisco Optics Product Information: https://copi.cisco.com/ Additional resources Cisco Optics Podcast: https://optics.podcastpage.io/ Blog: https://blogs.cisco.com/tag/ciscoopticsblog Cisco Optics YouTube playlist: http://cs.co/9008BlQen Cisco Optics landing page: cisco.com/go/optics Music credits Sunny Morning by FSM Team | https://www.free-stock-music.com/artist.fsm-team.html Upbeat by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
Lauren is an athlete-turned-mental performance coach, who is highly motivating, and relatable with a passion for developing the minds of the elite. Lauren trains professional athletes, military personnel and business professionals through national speaking engagements, educational training workshops and consulting.Prior to opening her own consulting practice, Lauren served as the Mental Conditioning Coordinator for the New York Yankees. She received her Masters Degree in Performance Psychology from National University.From the playing field to the boardroom, Lauren helps elite performers develop mental toughness so they can be their best regardless of circumstance. Her practical, straight-forward advice and performance strategies provide tangible results and skills that help individuals push through the inevitable challenges life throws at us.Topics-Lessons learned working with the New York Yankees-Working through ego's-“You become elite by choice, not by chance.”-“Everyone wants the privilege of being great. Few people want the responsibilities of it.”-Contrast principle-5 Powerful Mental Performance questions to level up your mindsetDownload your free E-book of my top 30 books written by Mindset Advantage guests at www.djhillier.com/30booksGet your FREE LMNT sample pack by using link www.drinkLMNT.com/mindsetadvantageIf you enjoyed this show be sure to leave a rating, review, and share it on your social medias.
In Episode 70 of the CSUSB Advising Podcast, Matt Markin chats with Dr. Viktor Wang, MA Program Coordinator for Career and Technical Teacher Education Programs. Dr. Wang discusses the Masters Degree in Career & Technical Education, the application process, career options, and department resources! Subscribe to the CSUSB Advising Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Google and more!Follow us on social media:Instagram & Tik Tok - @csusbadvisingFacebook - CSUSB AdvisingTwitter - @csusb_advisingYouTube - @csusbadvisinghttps://csusbadvising.buzzsprout.com/
Amr and I met on a genAI panel and everything he said was both insightful and contrarian. Immediately, I knew I wanted to introduce him to you. Amr is a legend in the search space who, by the way, also founded Cloudera which went public in 2017 at a valuation of over $5B.Dr. Amr Awadallah is a luminary in the world of information retrieval. He's the CEO and cofounder of Vectara, a company that is revolutionizing how we find meaning across all languages of the world using the latest advances in Deep Neural Networks, Large Language Models, and Natural Language Processing. He previously served as VP of Developer Relations for Google Cloud. Prior to joining Google in Nov 2019, Amr co-founded Cloudera in 2008 and as Global CTO. He also served as vice president of product intelligence engineering at Yahoo! from 2000-2008. Amr received his PhD in EE from Stanford University, and his Bachelor and Masters Degrees from Cairo University, Egypt.Listen and learn...How Amr discovered the power of "talking to software" via LLMs while at GoogleAbout the history of new computing modalitiesAbout the current state of generative AIThe technical explanation for hallucination in LLMsHow do we mitigate bias in LLM models and prevent copyright infringementWhy a semantic understanding of queries is the next frontier in searchThe challenge faced by search providers of making money incorporating ads into LLM-based answersHow "grounded search" will fix the hallucination problemWhat is a "fact" in the era of ChatGPT?How long before we have "antivirus sofware for fact-checking" genAI propagandaHow should AI be regulated... and who is responsible for AI regulationThe next big idea in genAI Amr and I are ready to fundAmr's advice to entrepreneurs... and to himselfReferences in this episode...Eric Olson, Consensus CEO, on AI and the Future of WorkD Das, Sorcero CEO, on AI and the Future of WorkSeth Earley, Earley Information Science, on AI and the Future of WorkChatGPT for searching scientific papers
Jim Bierfeldt and Joe Lynch discuss what's inside the shipper mind. Jim is the Founder and President of Logistics Marketing Advisors, a full-service marketing agency exclusively focused on helping logistics businesses drive profitable growth. [podcast src="https://play.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/28590043/height/192/theme/modern/size/large/thumbnail/yes/custom-color/4c4ca4/time-start/00:00:00/playlist-height/200/direction/backward/download/yes" height="192" width="100%" scrolling="no" class="podcast-class" frameborder="0" placement="top" use_download_link="" download_link_text="" primary_content_url="https://chtbl.com/track/53D5B3/traffic.libsyn.com/thelolpodcast/The_Free_TMS_with_Tim_Higham_mixdown.mp3" theme="custom" custom_color="4C4CA4" libsyn_item_id="28561355" /] About Jim Bierfeldt Jim Bierfeldt is the Founder and President of Logistics Marketing Advisors. Jim has had a 35-year career in marketing and communications, including 25+ within the logistics industry. He ran marketing for a large 3PL before launching his own marketing agency, Logistics Marketing Advisors, which focuses exclusively on providing marketing strategy and services to logistics businesses. His expertise includes strategic planning, brand positioning, advertising, public relations, website strategy and design, and development of white papers, case studies and other content. Jim has worked with both smaller, regional logistics companies and multi-billion dollar global firms, all of whom benefit from his unique combination of marketing expertise and logistics industry knowledge. Jim holds a Masters Degree in Communications from Fordham University and has been an active in CSCMP, WERC and the IWLA. His hobbies include running (including multiple marathons). About Logistics Marketing Advisors Logistics Marketing Advisors (LMA) is a full-service marketing agency exclusively focused on helping logistics businesses drive profitable growth. Our niche focus gives us the industry understanding and contacts required to market effectively to logistics decision makers. We're a HubSpot-certified, inbound marketing agency with the following specialties: branding and positioning strategy, lead generation, web design and development, content marketing, public relations, and creation of branded and educational content like videos, case studies, white papers and other sales support materials. LMA's approach recognizes that logistics services today are BOUGHT, not sold. Marketing tactics that interrupt and annoy busy logistics executives get ignored. These buyers now have access to a wealth of information and do their own research on how to solve supply chain problems, and what providers can do to help. At LMA, we help logistics businesses get found by prospects during this research phase. Instead of building a marketing engine to solicit, we build an engine that naturally attracts the best prospects. The best way to do that is with helpful, provocative content that leads prospects to conclude, for themselves, that your company has the best solution for their specific challenge. Key Takeaways: Inside the Shipper Mind Jim Bierfeldt is the President of Logistics Marketing Advisors, a full-service marketing agency exclusively focused on helping logistics businesses drive profitable growth. Logistics Marketing Advisors is a boutique marketing and public relations agency specializing in the logistics and transportation industry. They offer a wide range of services, including strategic planning, branding, content creation, social media marketing, public relations, and event management. Their team of experienced professionals has a deep understanding of the logistics industry and the unique challenges and opportunities it faces. They are committed to helping their clients achieve their marketing and business goals through creative and effective solutions. Some of their notable clients include third-party logistics providers, freight forwarders, trucking companies, and technology companies serving the logistics industry. They have been featured in leading industry publications such as Logistics Management, Supply Chain Management Review, and FreightWaves. They are members of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) and the American Marketing Association (AMA). They are passionate about helping their clients succeed and are committed to providing them with the highest level of service and support. Learn More About Inside the Shipper Mind Jim's LinkedIn Logistics Marketing Advisors (LMA) LinkedIn Logistics Marketing Advisors (LMA) 2022 Survey Results: Buyers of Logistics Services Provide Advice on How to Get Their Attention Episode Sponsor: Wreaths Across America Wreaths Across America Radio - Wreaths Across America Episode Sponsor: Lean Solutions Group Outsourced Sales and Marketing with Ryan Mann The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
"Within months, the business failed and I went through a dark, suicidal depression..." Matt Lesser has a story to share: "I grew up in a small, lake community in northeast Indiana. We moved there because my dad had an opportunity to buy into a wholesale oil distributorship.Growing up in a town of 700, living with a family business, and attending a small, Christian school (my graduating class had 7) gave me a very narrow, sheltered view of life. I quickly realized how sheltered my life had been!..."Additional areas discussed include:-regular retreats for him and his employees with no technology -powers of solitude and silence-getting reflective and planning inward-having a support circle-recognizing when you are getting drained -how journaling can change your lifeAfter college, I moved to Florida for a short while. Realizing that was not what I wanted, I moved back to Indiana, proposed to my elementary school sweetheart (we met in 3rd grade and dated from our Junior year of high school on), and were married in 1996. Thinking I would pursue a Master's, my career took an unexpected turn. Instead of resigning, which I attempted, my dad left...and turned the business over to me. Thinking I could do anything because I was 25, arrogant, and prideful, I was about to experience reality. Within months, the business failed and I went through a dark, suicidal depression. Nearly a year later, a new business was born from the ashes, and nearly 12 years later that business was sold. In 2021, I finally jumped "all in" into my own business, after being told by many whom I had worked with over the years that I needed to do this."Link to his episode on Writing with Authors: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5pBn7-N8aM&t=3sHave a question for a guest or host? Want to become a guest or show partner? Let's chat! Send an email to email@example.com.Music Credits: Adventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenBrought to you by Tampa Counseling and Wellness- Dedicated to helping individuals looking to positively transform their lives through compassionate counseling and wellness coaching. If you struggle with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues, call now for a free consultation. 1 813 520 2807
Prior to his posting in Japan, Bob was working for Evernex in Hong Kong as a Senior Account Manager. Previously he working in Italy as a Sales Manager for Fwebcreative. He has a Masters Degree from the University of Rome Tor Vergata and a license, Administrative and Social Economics from the Universite Paris-Sorbonne and an Undergraduate degree from Assumption University in Thailand
Welcome to episode 201 of the Grow Your Law Firm podcast, hosted by Ken Hardison. In this episode, Ken sits down with Ashley Johnson, Founder of Dogwood Patent and Trademark Law to discuss the importance of safeguarding your law firm's identity. Using My Two Passions in One Law Firm. Prior to becoming a patent attorney, I completed undergraduate degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry, as well as a Masters Degree in Biochemistry from North Carolina State University. After law school, I chose to practice patent law because of the technical background that it required. Practicing patent law allows me to combine my love of technology with assisting inventors and new businesses to create products that are helping improve the world. There was one major struggle I faced when I worked for the larger law firm, and it was the personal touch that I felt like I needed to provide my clients but lacked the time. I chose to start my own patent law firm in 2019 after 17 years of practicing law because I wanted to be able to help my clients in a one-on-one setting where they can get the insight and guidance that they need. As the founder of Dogwood Patent and Trademark Law, it has been so rewarding to help small businesses and startups at each step of the patent process. Our clients come from a variety of backgrounds, from medical devices and engineering design to green technology and consumer products. What you'll learn about in this episode: Learn about Ashley Johnson and her company How Trademarks can protect your Firm's brand Why you should use Trademarks Discover the value of utilizing Trademarks Learn why you need to regularly monitor your brand Resources: https://www.facebook.com/DogwoodPatentandTrademark https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashley-johnson-patent-attorney-raleigh-nc/ www.dogwood-law.com Additional Resources: https://www.pilmma.org/the-mastermind-effect https://www.pilmma.org/resources https://www.pilmma.org/mastermind
How does one go from planning to obtain a PhD to become a professor, to instead entering the corporate software industry, to then starting and owning an Art & Furniture Gallery, then adding a leather goods company? John has had an interesting path, filled with life lessons and a heart for positively impacting his community. Not only does John discuss evaluating his options realistically along the way, but also how other life events can often direct our path in unexpected ways–your ability to adapt is key.To check out John's businesses and the beautiful products they offer, visit www.madisonflitch.com and www.madisonstitch.com, and make sure to listen to the history of how each business began in this episode.
We are joined by a truly remarkable young lady for this episode & we have a conversation that helps to reframe what we believe is possible & the power to adapt & overcome. Louise talks to us about her life & her sporting endeavours that include horse riding, kayaking, Strongwoman & mountaineering. She is also a Personal Trainer & currently studying for her Masters Degree in Strength & Conditioning. Prepare to be inspired & impressed in equal measure by this sweet & smiling force of nature. >>Donate to Louise's fundraiser here
Amy is joined by Alicia Galbraith & BreAnna Larson who turn the table and interview our host about her experiences with the plant medicine Mamá Ayahuasca. This episode is Part Two of Two and covers the experience of an ayahuasca ceremony and how plant medicine can offer healing and revelation.Alicia Galbraith is passionate about mental health. With a background in neuroscience, yoga, and meditation, she is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Social Work with the intent to become a therapist. She believes each client she meets with has the tools for their own healing within themselves. In sessions, she pulls from her varied background, clearing the path for whole-person healing, with the firm belief that each client holds their own medicine.BreAnna Cox Larson lives in North Salt Lake with her husband and four kids. She is the Chair of the NSL Planning Commission, the Co-founder and Chair of the Davis County Women's Caucus, and a member of the Stakeholder's Committee for the Davis School District. She volunteers as a citizen lobbyist with a focus on empowering citizens to get involved in their communities through boards and commissions to impact municipal-level change. She and her family own a small hobby vineyard and enjoy skiing and riding motorcycles together.
Single-mode fiber transformed telecommunications in the 1970s and 1980s by raising the ceiling for communication bandwidth over transoceanic distances. It took years of R&D to get there though. Remember, we're sending light through tens of kilometers of glass without regeneration. Imagine how pure the glass of an 80km thick window needs to be in order to see through it! In Episode 48, we continue our conversation with Roshene McCool, expert in fiber networks for telecommunications & scientific instrumentation at Corning Optical Communications. We continue with fiber density and bend resilience. – Pat Chou, Cisco Optics Product Manager Roshene McCool is the Senior Market and Technology Development Manager for Corning Optical Fiber and Cable, specialising in single-mode fiber and access networks. She provides technical and market insight for Corning's global fiber and cable product line management teams. Roshene has 30 years of experience in engineering and optical communications systems and subsystems, including many years designing networks for advanced radio telescopes. Roshene has held project management and coordination lead roles in diverse teams throughout her career. Roshene is the acting chair of the Women in Fiber Committee for the FTTH Council Europe and is the winner of the Corning Optical Communications “ You make a difference” award, 2022 for her leadership of diversity initiatives in Corning. Roshene holds a Masters Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and is a chartered member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Related links Cisco Optics-to-Device Compatibility Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/ Cisco Optics-to-Optics Interoperability Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/iop Cisco Optics Product Information: https://copi.cisco.com/ Additional resources Cisco Optics Podcast: https://optics.podcastpage.io/ Blog: https://blogs.cisco.com/tag/ciscoopticsblog Cisco Optics YouTube playlist: http://cs.co/9008BlQen Cisco Optics landing page: cisco.com/go/optics Music credits Sunny Morning by FSM Team | https://www.free-stock-music.com/artist.fsm-team.html Upbeat by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
In this episode, recorded on October 31, 2023, Gina talks body image and following through with Dr. Beverley David. Dr. Beverley is Clinical Psychologist registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. She also holds a Ph.D in Sleep Research (Insomnia), and a Masters Degree in Health Psychology.You can find the full video hosted at:https://www.facebook.com/groups/livymethodfall2023Topics covered:Working through our perceptions on our own body image @ IntroUnderstanding the difference between body image and self-love @ 3:36The body positivity movement and self-acceptance @ 5:25How to navigate people's reactions to your weight loss @ 8:50How to work through your negative dialogue when looking in the mirror @ 11:31What is Body Dysmorphia and does everyone have it? 14:01Just because you've lost weight, doesn't mean that you must change @ 16:50People's perception of your outer appearance @ 17:26How to deal with the judgement of others? @ 20:47What people can do while following the Program to help the way they see themselves @ 25:02Gina's personal story regarding a negative comment said to her @ 26:47Tips for internalizing in a healthy way @ 27:50The importance of positive self-talk @ 31:15Working through your associations, beliefs, and imposter syndrome @ 32:24Working through anxiety and fear @ 34:31Reflecting on where you are at; working on being in the moment @ 39:35Future segment on how lack of sleep affects your brain @ 42:42Advice for people who are struggling with their body image @ 43:08Keeping your energy directed at yourself @ 45:48Normalizing the conversation around your issues and associations @ 47:40T.I.P.P.S - Technique to use in a panic: Temperature, Intense Exercise, Progressive Relaxation, Post Breathing, Senses @ 48:30Where to find Dr. Beverley David @ 55:08To learn more about The Livy Method, visit www.ginalivy.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Have you ever felt shame for something you are facing as a parent? Are you emotionally exhausted and feeling stuck with how to move forward? Our guest Jodie Maddox dives into some ways to help families not just survive, but thrive. Jodie is a parenting coach who's coaching is about offering hope again. In a previous episode with our guest, Jodie Maddox, (#56) we focused on loving and caring for your anxious child. In this episode the focus shifts to the parents and how they can find answers when they are in a difficult season with their kids. Yes, those seasons are real…and if you are feeling stuck, then we encourage you to listen in to Jodie's wisdom and encouragement. Jodie Maddox graduated from Central Missouri State University in 1995 with a BS in Special Education. She received a Masters Degree in School Leadership from Benedictine College in 2009. Jodie taught Special Education and has been a Principal at all grade levels, kindergarten through 12th grade. Because she has worked with students, parents and teachers at every stage of development, her scope covers the “big picture”, not just the current age or grade level. She brings a unique perspective to the coaching world. Jodie provides support to parents by asking curious questions and building a strong one-on-one relationship. She helps guide parents through the decision-making process, loaning them her experience and support. Jodie's goal is to help parents make decisions based on what is right for their families. We have learned so much from Jodie to apply to our own parenting journeys. Her philosophy is rooted in relationships and trust, and she knows and understands that parenting is the most important work we will ever do. Jodie truly blessed us and we know will bless all of our Housewives. jodiemaddoxicoach.com firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.facebook.com/jodiemaddoxicoach (facebook) @jodiemaddoxparentcoach (instagram) https://www.smore.com/fsezh-jodie-maddox (newsletter) Two websites I love for trusted reliable information about ADHD and Anxiety! https://childmind.org/ https://www.additudemag.com/ Sunlighten Sauna Sponsor: https://get.sunlighten.com/unlikely Save up to $600! Join our community on Facebook and connect with us on Instagram! Write an apple review and YOUR review could be read on our next episode! Hosted by Tori Shirah and Tracy Stine Contact us ➡️ UnlikelyJoCo@gmail.com
Prior to this position Erwann was Trading Department Director at Saint-Gobain Japan, Vice-President Glass Japan at Saint-Gobain, Sales Planning Director at MAG-ISOVER Japan, North and South Asia Pacific Sales and Marketing Leader at Owens Corning, Sales and Marketing Director NSG Vetrotex Japan, and Commercial Attaché at the French Embassy in Tokyo. He has a Masters Degree in Applied Mechanics from Tokyo University and an MBA from the Skema Business School.
Amy is joined by Alicia Galbraith & BreAnna Larson to conclude their discussion of the plant medicine peyote. This episode is Part Two of Two and covers the process of a peyote ceremony and personal accounts of the grandfather medicine's power.Alicia Galbraith is passionate about mental health. With a background in neuroscience, yoga, and meditation, she is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Social Work with the intent to become a therapist. She believes each client she meets with has the tools for their own healing within themselves. In sessions, she pulls from her varied background, clearing the path for whole-person healing, with the firm belief that each client holds their own medicine.BreAnna Cox Larson lives in North Salt Lake with her husband and four kids. She is the Chair of the NSL Planning Commission, the Co-founder and Chair of the Davis County Women's Caucus, and a member of the Stakeholder's Committee for the Davis School District. She volunteers as a citizen lobbyist with a focus on empowering citizens to get involved in their communities through boards and commissions to impact municipal-level change. She and her family own a small hobby vineyard and enjoy skiing and riding motorcycles together.
Josep M. Pujol, Chief of Search at Brave, and Subu Sathyanarayana, Director of Engineering for Brave Search, discuss the history of Internet search and how it's quickly evolving with the adoption of AI. They share its current limitations and their biggest challenges (noise reduction, relevance and referencing) in their pursuit of improving search through Brave Search. Key Takeaways: Problems with traditional search options like Google and how the role of “trust” has evolved as the Internet has The potential for AI to empower individuals without programming knowledge to automate tasks using natural language interfaces Ways AI can be abused, emphasizing the need for responsible development Top resources (movies, podcasts and blogs) for learning about AI Guest Bio: Josep M. Pujol,Chief of Search at Brave - has been working full-time on solving the problems with traditional search since 2014. He's also a Research Scientist who has more than 30 papers, 4 patents and a PhD on AI! We're also joined by Subu Sathyanarayana, Director of Engineering at Brave Search, who works primarily on infrastructure and search ranking. Subu holds a Masters Degree in Machine Learning and spends a lot of his time tinkering with transformer models and improving all areas of search. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- About this Show: The Brave Technologist is here to shed light on the opportunities and challenges of emerging tech. To make it digestible, less scary, and more approachable for all! Join us as we embark on a mission to demystify artificial intelligence, challenge the status quo, and empower everyday people to embrace the digital revolution. Whether you're a tech enthusiast, a curious mind, or an industry professional, this podcast invites you to join the conversation and explore the future of AI together. The Brave Technologist Podcast is hosted by Luke Mulks, VP Business Operations at Brave Software - makers of the privacy-respecting Brave browser and Search engine, now powering AI with the Brave Search API. Music by: Ari Dvorin Produced by: Sam Laliberte
Are you clear on how to position yourself as a thought leader in your industry on LinkedIn?Have you ever wondered how to stand out on LinkedIn and boost your visibility?How can we optimize our LinkedIn profile strategically for business success?Today, we discuss How to leverage LinkedIn and social media to grow your business online.Watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_LiIuN9jG4.LinkedIn, often referred to as the professional networking platform, holds a treasure trove of opportunities for business growth. Beyond its conventional usage, there exist intriguing features and strategies that are bound to transform your online presence. LinkedIn boasts over 774 million users worldwide, making it a colossal hub for networking and business interactions. Interestingly, studies show that profiles with professional headshots receive 14 times more profile views, which underscores the significance of visual appeal on the platform.A common misconception about LinkedIn is that it's solely a platform for job seekers. However, as emphasized by our guest speaker, Dorothy, it's a goldmine for entrepreneurs and businesses aiming to connect and grow. Therefore, we must harness the power of captivating content, clear messaging, and strategic networking so we can unlock a world of opportunities. Remember, it's not just about what you offer, but how you offer it, and who you offer it to.Show Highlights:How to optimize your LinkedIn pageOrganic visibility in LinkedInThe production of powerful content marketing in LinkedInCreating landing pages for email list growthOffer small sales tips by presenting the price mid-pitchOnline course tailored for coaches and consultants on LinkedIn.How to make an impact on your audience. The “What? Why? How?” We need to know to position ourselves as thought leaders in our industry.How to implant BIGVU in content creationAbout our Speaker:Dorothy graduated from Sheffield University with a Masters Degree in Marketing, Advertising and PR. She is passionate about helping entrepreneurs build businesses online. Her expertise is Social Media Strategy and e-mail marketing for businesses in Europe and USA. She also just graduated B-School with Marie Forleo and she will teach you what your business needs and how to grow and position online to create the fundamentals of a healthy long-lasting strategy.Working in the International Financial market in companies like KPMG and Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary plus being a lifelong learner and trained by the world`s leading online business coaches, she owns an arsenal of knowledge and expertise to share with like-minded people who want to work with her and grow their businesses. Find out more about Dorothy:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@lekbello/BIGVU, the powerful Video, Captioning & Teleprompter App:BIGVU 7 days Trial: https://desk.bigvu.tv/register?utm_so...iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bigvu-v...Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...Website: https://bigvu.tv/-------------------Made Possible by BIGVU - a TV studio pro in your pocket. BIGVU transforms photos, video shoots, and tweets into stunning sequences that captivate your audience.Learn more about BIGVU:Website: https://bigvu.tvTeleprompter: https://bigvu.tv/teleprompter-app.htmlCaptions: https://bigvu.tv/create/auto-captionsGreen Screen: https://bigvu.tv/create/replace-green-screenConnect with us via:https://thevideopresentershow.bigvu.tvhttps://www.instagram.com/bigvu.makerhttps://www.facebook.com/socialvideocreatorhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/bigvuhttps://twitter.com/videoinspire
In this week's intriguing episode of Inside The Wolf's Den, Shawn and Joni talk with Eric Upchurch, a highly decorated military veteran turned successful real estate investor and entrepreneur. The three business owners dive deep into the journey of a man who has transitioned from the treacherous terrains of combat zones to the competitive world of real estate investment. Upchurch, a Central Iowa native, is an Army Special Operations veteran who has had five combat deployments under his belt. His impressive education includes a Masters Degree in Aeronautical Science. Now, he channels his energy into educating the military community about creating long-term wealth through real estate investing - a pursuit he has personally thrived in for the past seventeen years. Eric's portfolio is nothing short of impressive. As a General Partner, he has invested on 4,964 doors and has Limited Partner experience on 4,621 doors. His involvement in over $170M in commercial assets speaks to his expertise in sourcing, due diligence, capital raise, risk capital, investor relations, and asset management. In this episode, Eric shares insights drawn from his experience as the Co-Founder of Active Duty Passive Income (ADPI), a Senior Managing Partner with ADPI Capital, and a Certified High-Performance Coach. He also discusses his co-authored Amazon #1 bestselling book, "Military House Hacking," which serves as a manual for military personnel interested in property investment. Join us for an inspiring conversation with Eric Upchurch, as he shares how he leveraged the discipline and tenacity he acquired in the military to build a successful career in real estate investing. Unleash the power of passive income, and discover how you can follow in his footsteps to achieve financial freedom. Eric's Website Link: https://www.ericupchurch.com YouTube Link: https://youtu.be/6X8qy8G_HlY
Susie Dureau is the first artist we have spoken to twice. She complete her masters at national Art school 2 years ago. She currently has a show on at Curl Curl Creative Space, Soundscapes, that runs until Sunday 29th October 11-4pm so get down there and check it out. Thanks Susie, great chat and wonderful exhibition. Susie Dureau website Spencer Finch https://www.spencerfinch.com/
Amy is joined by Alicia Galbraith & BreAnna Larson to begin their discussion of plant medicine. This episode is Part One or Two and covers the history of peyotism among Indigenous communities and what drew our guests to participate in a peyote ceremony. Alicia Galbraith is passionate about mental health. With a background in neuroscience, yoga, and meditation, she is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Social Work with the intent to become a therapist. She believes each client she meets with has the tools for their own healing within themselves. In sessions, she pulls from her varied background, clearing the path for whole-person healing, with the firm belief that each client holds their own medicine.BreAnna Cox Larson lives in North Salt Lake with her husband and four kids. She is the Chair of the NSL Planning Commission, the Co-founder and Chair of the Davis County Women's Caucus, and a member of the Stakeholder's Committee for the Davis School District. She volunteers as a citizen lobbyist with a focus on empowering citizens to get involved in their communities through boards and commissions to impact municipal-level change. She and her family own a small hobby vineyard and enjoy skiing and riding motorcycles together.
Over the summer, Don't Touch My Podcast says, "Don't Touch my Politics" as we sit down with political candidates running for the Worcester City Council and School Committee seats. About Khrystian: Why I'm Running for Mayor I'm a social worker of almost 30 years, City Councilor, and proud Girl Dad. I've dedicated my life to public service and mentoring young people throughout Worcester. On the City Council, I led the fight for safe schools with the necessary resources, and successfully brought sports back to middle schools. I fought against increasing residential property taxes, and advocated for a transparent and accountable Government, especially when it came to taxpayers' hard earned dollars. The same old leadership is failing. Housing prices are skyrocketing, crime and mental health are major problems, and there is too much focus on downtown and not enough on the local economic hubs in neighborhoods across the city. I'm running for Mayor so that you and I can write the next chapter in Worcester's history and build a City that is safe, sustainable, and affordable. I humbly ask for your vote on November 7th. Khrystian has been an advocate for Worcester's children, youth and families his entire life - beginning as a student leader of an anti-drug program at Holy Name. After losing three friends to gun violence, Khrystian has dedicated his career to helping local families rise beyond poverty and violence - from his work in child protection to his nearly 20 years leading the Crompton Park Summer Basketball program.A first generation American, Khrystian graduated from Wheaton College with a degree in Sociology and Psychology, and went on to receive a Masters Degree in Social Work from Simmons College and a Public Management & Leadership Certificate from the Sawyer Business School at Suffolk University --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/donttouchmypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/donttouchmypodcast/support
Cory Schmitt earned his Bachelor of Music Education degree in 2012 from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. While at JMU, Cory played trumpet and cornet in numerous ensembles, and was also the Drum Major for the 450-member Marching Royal Dukes. In 2014, Cory earned his Masters Degree in Wind Band Conducting and Trumpet Performance at the University of Northern Iowa, where he conducted the UNI Pep Band and UNI Concert Band, and played lead trumpet in the award winning UNI Jazz Band One. In 2014, Cory began an 8-year career as the Director of Bands at Forest City, Iowa as High School and Middle School Band Director. Under Cory's direction, the FCHS Concert and Marching Band grew from 58 to 120 members. His ensembles earned numerous superior ratings and first place finishes at state-level events, as well In 2017, Cory joined the music staff at Waldorf University, where he assumed the role of Director of Wind Symphony as well as Adjunct Professor of Music. In his current position as a DMA Wind Conducting student and Teaching Assistant for the University of Iowa bands, Cory serves as the conductor of University Band and assists with the Hawkeye Marching Band and Iowa Pep Band. He is also in his second year as the Director of the Iowa City New Horizons Band, a group of retirees over the age of 55.
Doug Stone talks to jazz musicians about life, music, recent and upcoming performances, equipment and current events on this Tenor Talk Podcast recording. A different jazz musician is featured in each episode. This episode features Roderick Paulin and was recorded February 16, 2020. Roderick Paulin is an American saxophonist, clarinetist, composer and educator. Roderick's musical career spans over four decades collaborating with artists such as John Legend, Harry Connick Jr., Aaron Neville, Allen Toussaint, Maceo Parker, Fred Wesley, Christian McBride, Trombone ‘Shorty' Andrews, Wynton Marsalis, The Grateful Dead, PJ Morton, The Brand New Heavies, The Afghan Whigs, Branford Marsalis, and the ReBirth Brass Band. For the last 10 years, Paulin has served on the faculty of the Louis Armstrong Summer Jazz Camp of New Orleans which is the longest running, minority-owned and operated music organization that serves public and private school students of New Orleans and surrounding communities.Roderick completed his undergraduate music degree at Southern University New Orleans (SUNO) under the guidance of New Orleans avant-garde saxophonist Edward “Kidd” Jordan, and the previously mentioned pianist and composer Roger Dickerson. After some 30 plus years of performing in every musical setting one can think of, Roderick returned to school at 50 years old and completed his Masters Degree at Louisiana State University (LSU - May 2022) during the Pandemic and he's continuing his academic studies currently as a Doctoral candidate pursuing the PhD in Music Education at LSU as well. Roderick has released the projects RPM, Slow But Steady, Da Hustle Don't Stop, and a new album Jazz, Blues, and Grooves that is set to release soon which features Roderick's interpretations on tunes from artists Herbie Hancock, Marvin Gaye, Art Blakey, and original compositions as well.Learn more about Roderick here: https://roderickpaulinmusic.com/home https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7kMuikSH6hb4DCdI4KDTasHJftaAPcrU Let's connect: Website: https://www.dougstonejazz.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dougstonejazzsaxophone/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100089874145057 If you want to learn more about jazz improvisation and be part of the Doug Stone Jazz community get on our email list! https://www.dougstonejazz.com/about Head over to the Doug Stone Jazz Shop for some fun jazz merch: https://www.dougstonejazz.com/product-page/just-play-the-changes-long-sleeved-shirt #dougstonejazz #jazz #podcast #musicianlife #musicians #tenorsaxophone #jazzmusicians #jazzinterview #musicianlife
170: Finding Quantum Love and Healing Through Forgiveness & Grief with Dr. Laura Berman Alternate Title: Unlocking Quantum Love Through Healing, Forgiveness, and Authentic Grief with Dr. Laura Berman Quote: “When we are our true, authentic selves and honor that in ourselves, that is only, honestly, when the magic happens.” – Dr. Laura Berman Summary: The wisdom shared by today's guest, Dr. Laura Berman, would have completely changed my life when I experienced loss and grief as a young girl. Laura, a world-renowned therapist and author, opens up about how her closest connections have inspired her career path. She shares how her relationship with her parents, estranged sister, and son–who died from a fentanyl overdose–each had a transformative impact on her work and perspective. In this episode we talk about… Being raised by parents in a narcissist-codependent relationship. Becoming interested in understanding sex, love, and relationships due to a parent's addiction. Losing a child due to fentanyl poisoning and fully experiencing grief. Communicating with loved ones beyond the physical. Shifting focus to help others connect with themselves, heal, and manifest. Bio: Dr. Laura Berman is a world-renowned and well-loved sex, love and relationship therapist. She earned two Masters Degrees and a PhD from New York University, and has spent the past 30 years devoting her career to helping others learn to love and be loved better from a mind, body and spiritual perspective. Dr Berman has been sharing her wisdom in public forums for decades. She was a regular guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show and has since continued to be a sought after expert, frequently offering advice on-air and television. She has appeared on almost every major daytime and national news television show, and been featured in most major news and magazine publications in the United States. Dr Berman is New York Times best selling author of 9 books, and an award-winning syndicated radio host. She currently hosts the popular love and sex advice podcast, The Language of Love. Connect with Dr. Laura: Follow her on Instagram @drlauraberman Follow her on YouTube @drlaurabermanofficial. Check out her website for FREE resources. Join the Manifestation Mondays Club. Listen to the Language of Love Podcast. If you loved this episode, you'll love… Episode 160: Awakening to the Divine & Manifesting a Fulfilling Life Through Contrast with Colette Baron-Reid. Apple | Spotify Episode 127: Stepping Into Your Purpose After Loss or Grief with Dr. Neeta Bhushan. Apple | Spotify Episode 65: Transforming Loss, Cancer, & Big Trauma Into Fuel for Kindness with Mike Kim. Apple | Spotify Discussion Question: What are some ways you've personally experienced or witnessed the transformative power of allowing yourself to fully feel and embrace grief as a means of healing? Join the conversation on Instagram @thebravetable!
Novelist and presenter: Kate Mueser talks to us about he debut novel, The Girl with Twenty Fingers. We discuss her book, her process and how she got this done while pregnant with twins. Kate Mueser was going to become a concert pianist, but instead became a bilingual storyteller with a penchant for music. She spent over a decade working for German broadcaster Deutsche Welle, where she reported and presented an award-winning documentary feature on the future of the book and hosted a TV show on German pop music, a web video series, and a youth radio show. Kate holds a Bachelor's Degree in Piano Performance from Indiana University and a Masters Degree in Modern European Studies from Columbia University. A California native, she has spent nearly her entire adult life in Germany, with brief interruptions in New York City and Las Vegas. The Girl with Twenty Fingers, her debut novel, was largely written while she was pregnant with her twins, during her toddler's naps.Her reviews read as follows: ''This engrossing novel is a multi-layered tale of love, loss, and the intricacies that come along with each, The Girl with Twenty Fingers follows a woman who finds her way back to music and herself through the unlikeliest of friendships. Filled with wonderfully flawed characters and lyrical prose, Mueser's debut is sure to delight the senses. A must read for fans who love stories about secrets, family and second chances. '' Kerry Lonsdale Wall Street Journal, Washington Post & Amazon Charts Bestselling Author"In Kate Mueser's Munich, strangers become friends, Mozart brings distant generations together, and piano duets underscore the doubts and hopes of asymmetrical human history. ... But who in the story gives and who receives the greatest gift?"Virginia Euwer WolffNational Book Award-winning author of The Mozart SeasonSupport the show
Sugandha Talwelkar is an Electrical Engineer with a Masters Degree in Power and Control Systems. She has rich experience in the clean energy sector and has worked with the North American distribution utilities to modernize the electric grid. Her latest stint as a product manager building wholesale energy market products has given her deeper insight into the overall grid operation. As a climate activist, she has been leading a zero-waste life (imperfectly as she puts it) and if determined to neutralize her individual carbon footprint. She even coaches people to reduce their daily carbon footprint and lead a more sustainable lifestyle. She was in love with New York City and moved to the United States 9 years ago to live her dreams. As an immigrant, she had some interesting experiences which would love to share with everyone. Apart from tech and product stuff, Sugandha loves to read fiction and write poems and short stories. She is currently working on her first novel "Tara - a star in making" which is the journey of a immigrant, brown girl in the United States. Connect with Sugandha: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sugandhatalwelkar/ Energy Blog: https://oorja.substack.com/ Blog: https://anuttybiscotti.substack.com/ Follow along with Casey & She Sparks Tech: https://www.linkedin.com/in/casey-bertelsman/https://www.instagram.com/shesparkstech/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shesparkstech/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/shesparkstech/support
Single-mode fiber transformed telecommunications in the 1970s and 1980s by raising the ceiling for communication bandwidth over transoceanic distances. It took years of R&D to get there though. Remember, we're sending light through tens of kilometers of glass without regeneration. Imagine how pure the glass of an 80km thick window needs to be in order to see through it! In Episode 47, we continue our conversation with Roshene McCool, expert in fiber networks for telecommunications & scientific instrumentation at Corning Optical Communications. We get into fiber cabling, connectivity, and density. – Pat Chou, Cisco Optics Product Manager Roshene McCool is the Senior Market and Technology Development Manager for Corning Optical Fiber and Cable, specialising in single-mode fiber and access networks. She provides technical and market insight for Corning's global fiber and cable product line management teams. Roshene has 30 years of experience in engineering and optical communications systems and subsystems, including many years designing networks for advanced radio telescopes. Roshene has held project management and coordination lead roles in diverse teams throughout her career. Roshene is the acting chair of the Women in Fiber Committee for the FTTH Council Europe and is the winner of the Corning Optical Communications “ You make a difference” award, 2022 for her leadership of diversity initiatives in Corning. Roshene holds a Masters Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and is a chartered member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). Related links Cisco Optics-to-Device Compatibility Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/ Cisco Optics-to-Optics Interoperability Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/iop Cisco Optics Product Information: https://copi.cisco.com/ Additional resources Cisco Optics Podcast: https://optics.podcastpage.io/ Blog: https://blogs.cisco.com/tag/ciscoopticsblog Cisco Optics YouTube playlist: http://cs.co/9008BlQen Cisco Optics landing page: cisco.com/go/optics Music credits Sunny Morning by FSM Team | https://www.free-stock-music.com/artist.fsm-team.html Upbeat by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com
Dr. Pierce is a graduate of Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. He completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. He was an ophthalmology intern at the Eye Care for Animals & Biological Test Center in California and at Michigan State University School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Pierce completed his residency in ophthalmology and received his Masters Degree.This episode is sponsored by VESPECON. VESPECON partners with specialty veterinary practices so you can offer specialty care on the cases that need it. You can continue managing your cases while actively collaborating with dedicated, board-certified specialists. VESPECON provides you with a dedicated liaison, a network of specialists on demand, collaboration through the entire case life cycle and communication that suits your busy schedule. Visit vespecon.com to learn more.Support the show