We're in the midst of another election season, and yet again American democracy hangs in the balance, with a leading Presidential candidate who has threatened to suspend parts of the Constitution. How did the foundations of our political system become so shaky? Jelani Cobb, the dean of the journalism school at Columbia University; Evan Osnos, a Washington correspondent for The New Yorker; and the best-selling author and historian Jill Lepore joined The New Yorker's Michael Luo for a discussion of that very existential question during the most recent New Yorker Festival. From Cobb's perspective, “it's not that complicated,” he notes, “If we went all the way back to the fundamental dichotomy of the people who founded this country and the way they subsidized their mission of liberty with the lives of slaves. So we've always been engaged in that dialectic.” Lepore argues that people on both sides of the political divide choose to embrace an account of the past that accords with their politics, something she considers “incredibly dangerous.” Osnos, who witnessed the upheaval of January 6th firsthand, thinks the deeper problem is disengagement from the country and the political system. “I was struck by how many of [the rioters] told me it was their first trip to Washington,” Osnos says. “They came to Washington to sack the Capitol.”CORRECTION: Jelani Cobb notes that Queens was at one time the second-whitest borough of New York City, and is the most diverse county in the United States. Measures of diversity vary; in some recent data, Queens ranks third among counties
We're in the midst of another election season, and yet again American democracy hangs in the balance, with a leading Presidential candidate who has threatened to suspend parts of the Constitution. How did the foundations of our political system become so shaky? Jelani Cobb, the dean of the journalism school at Columbia University; Evan Osnos, a Washington correspondent for The New Yorker; and the best-selling author and historian Jill Lepore joined The New Yorker's Michael Luo for a discussion of that very existential question during the most recent New Yorker Festival. From Cobb's perspective, “it's not that complicated,” he notes, “If we went all the way back to the fundamental dichotomy of the people who founded this country and the way they subsidized their mission of liberty with the lives of slaves. So we've always been engaged in that dialectic.” Lepore argues that people on both sides of the political divide choose to embrace an account of the past that accords with their politics, something she considers “incredibly dangerous.” Osnos, who witnessed the upheaval of January 6th firsthand, thinks the deeper problem is disengagement from the country and the political system. “I was struck by how many of [the rioters] told me it was their first trip to Washington,” Osnos says. “They came to Washington to sack the Capitol.”CORRECTION: Jelani Cobb notes that Queens was at one time the second-whitest borough of New York City, and is the most diverse county in the United States. Measures of diversity vary; in some recent data, Queens ranks third among counties.
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WHAT IS ON THE MENU: Clay Pot Chicken Egg & Potato Burritos Waygu Steak FOOD INDUSTRY AND HARVEST NEWS: Tyson to invest 300 Million in automated Plant for Cicken Nuggest, etc. In addition to this plant turning our 4 million pounds of nuggets per week two other sizable investments were noted, $83 million on a cocktail sausage plant and $355 million on a bacon manufacturing plant. So basically, millions and millions of pounds of salty, highly processed seed oil laden…”food” TODAY'S MAIN TOPIC: I recently made a delicious Thai soup with beef and noodles, reminiscent of ramen but not the same. The first step is to make the broth, usually, a ramen broth has pork bones, but this one was made using beef bones I bought at a local farm. I used a variety of marrow bones and tossed them into a deep pot, with 4-5 garlic cloves smashed, a piece of ginger, a few stalks of celery, and half an onion, then covered it with about a gallon of cold water, and brought to a simmer, skimmed off the foam, then let it cook way for 4-5 hours. In the meantime, I sauteed green onion and garlic in beef tallow for a few minutes, then added a pound of grass-fed and finished ground beef and cooked that 10 minutes. Later I strained the broth into the aromatics/beef mixture followed by a package of lo mein-style wheat noodles. I cooked the noodles until they were al dente which took 4-5 minutes. It was served in a bowl with plenty of broth, topped with green onion and cilantro. Was a wonderful meal that we all enjoyed, and relatively easy to make and inexpensive. HOMESTEAD TSUNAMI: Worm farming, also known as vermicomposting, offers a myriad of benefits when it comes to producing high-quality castings and worm tea. Firstly, worm castings, the nutrient-rich waste produced by worms, are a phenomenal natural fertilizer. They are packed with beneficial microorganisms, enzymes, and nutrients that enhance soil structure, increase water-holding capacity, and improve overall soil health. The castings provide essential nutrients to plants, promoting robust growth and enhancing crop yields. On the other hand, worm tea, which is obtained by steeping worm castings in water, serves as a potent liquid fertilizer. When applied to plants, worm tea permeates the soil, infusing it with vital nutrients and boosting plant vigor. Furthermore, both worm castings and worm tea act as natural pest repellents, discouraging harmful insects, diseases, and harmful bacteria from invading plants. In essence, worm farming not only allows for sustainable waste management but also provides an organic and effective means of optimizing soil fertility and plant health. I certainly plan to employ worms to help my gardens, trees, and bushes grow fast and productive. ECONOMIC NEWS: Gold hits an all-time high, over $,130 per ounce. Real money will always hold its value. US factory orders are down big….the most since COVID lockdown. However, factory orders tumbled even more than expected, down 3.6% MoM - the biggest drop since the COVID lockdowns (April 2020). September was also revised lower (making October's decline even worse) from +2.8% MoM to +2.3% MoM... PRODUCT RECOMMENDATION: Combustion Inc. I will be testing this little thermometer and think based on what I've seen that this is a winner. 8-sensor leave-in Bluetooth thermometer Automatically finds lowest internal temp Counts down to perfect doneness Measures what others miss Wireless that actually works Cook with or without phone app CLOSING THOUGHTS: Simple, brothy noodle soups are wonderful during colder months, and many varieties are possible. RESOURCES FOR THIS EPISODE: https://www.fooddive.com/news/tyson-automated-plant-robots-danville-virginia/701162/ https://www.fooddive.com/news/food-agriculture-climate-negotiations-dubai-summit/700987/ https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/us-factory-orders-plunged-most-covid-lockdowns-october LINKS TO CHECK OUT: Harvest Eating Spices Support Harvest Eating Enroll in Food Storage Feast Brown Duck Coffee About Chef Keith Snow LISTEN TO THE PODCAST: On iTunes Fountain FM Stitcher Radio Player FM Google Top Podcast Audible Podbay
On today's episode, David and Sarah break down the most interesting Supreme Court argument of this term and what it means for the future of double jeopardy law. But first, they have to shout out the dating site that is the AO comment section. Also on the docket: -Mistrials vs. double jeopardy -Federal rights and state interpretations -The coolest word you've never used -David calls for thoughtful comments -How to lose with valor at SCOTUS -Fifth circuit on the brain -A second bite of the Rahimi apple -Revealing AO's next long-awaited guest Show notes: -SNL: Weights and Measures with Nate Bargatze -McElrath v. Georgia -Blockburger v. United States -Fifth Circuit and Rahimi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
About this episode: By 1864, a desperate Confederacy realized it must resort to desperate measures. Measures not only confined to land battles and trying to break the Union blockade, but the procuring and use of commerce raiders which would scour the oceans to wreak havoc on the North's vast merchant marine. Anything to create economic hardship. Anything to doom Abraham Lincoln's chances for reelection. This is the story of one such raider. This is the story of the CSS Shenandoah. ----more---- Some Characters Mentioned In This Episode: James Dunwoody Bulloch Thomas Dudley Lord John Russell James Iredell Waddell William Conway Whittle For Further Reading: Sea of Gray: The Around-the-World Odyssey of the Confederate Raider Shenandoah by Tom Chaffin Subscribe to the Threads from the National Tapestry YouTube Channel here Thank you to our sponsor, The Badge Maker - proudly carrying affordable Civil War Corps Badges and other hand-made historical reproductions for reenactors, living history interpreters, and lovers of history. Check out The Badge Maker and place your orders here Producer: Dan Irving
"I haven't had a teacher since the fourth grade!"We talk with Kate Liemandt, known as Austin Scholar online, a high school student in Austin, Texas, who stands out for her exceptional academic performance, consistently scoring in the 99th percentile in nationwide tests despite not having a traditional teacher since fourth grade. Her secret? Online learning through adaptive educational apps vastly differs from the often ineffective "Zoom-school." Austin attends Alpha, an innovative school where students learn at their own pace using educational software, allowing them to grasp academic concepts twice as fast and consistently score in the 90th percentile.Austin's concern about the state of education in the U.S. is highlighted by the startling results of the nationwide Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) Test: 50th percent of high school graduates have similar language skills as 98th percentile second graders and similar math skills as top-performing fourth graders. This alarming trend underscores the urgent need for a systemic change in the educational system, a change Austin is determined to be a part of.You can read her newsletter HERE.
The holiday season traditionally beckons gatherings with loved ones, friends, and family, often involving travel to reunite with those we haven't seen in a while. While these occasions can be overwhelmingly positive, the nuances of family and relationship dynamics often introduce challenges. In this episode, we delve into the common tendencies of complaining, comparing, and criticizing, which can disrupt the joyous spirit of gatherings. We delve into insightful strategies to pivot away from these unproductive habits, offering practical solutions for a more positive and enriching experience. By exploring the three P's—pride, pleasure, and purpose—listeners are guided on a journey toward fostering deeper connections during festive occasions, enhancing the quality of interactions with loved ones, and ultimately cultivating a path to greater happiness. Check out the transcript of this episode on Dr. Jessica Higgin's website. In this episode 5:29 The impact of holiday gatherings on our mental tendencies. 9:18 Negative thought patterns and their impact on relationships. 15:52 Applying Gottman's 5:1 ratio to strengthen connections in every relationship. 23:34 The impact of negative behaviors on relationships. 32:09 Cultivating happiness through connection and purpose. Unpacking the Three C's First, let's clarify the three C's to avoid. 1. Comparing We often find ourselves anticipating comparisons, preparing to evaluate and rank ourselves, and engaging in a subtle one-up/one-down competition. Measures of Success: Career Achievements (promotions) Health and Fitness (body weight) Financial Status Attractiveness and Beauty (aging, wrinkles, clothing, hair) Knowledge (current events, politics) Social Engagements (events attended, people met) Fun (recreational activities, trips, etc.) All these aspects contribute to an individual's sense of meaning, purpose, and pride. However, when the intention is to impress or compete to feel superior, it can lead to putting oneself above others, inadvertently diminishing their value. Antidote: Practice expressing appreciation and gratitude for oneself, aiming for a list of 10 appreciations as a countermeasure. 2. Complaining Expressing challenges is a natural way to seek attention and understanding, often as an attempt to bond with others who can relate to hardships. However, dwelling on difficulties, akin to sharing war stories, provides limited satisfaction in connecting. Antidote: Counteracting complaints involves identifying at least 10 positive aspects overlooked in the situation, fostering a more optimistic perspective. 3. Criticizing Judging someone's behavior, especially in family or friendship dynamics, can stem from underlying longings, needs, or vulnerabilities, with limited potential for change compared to romantic relationships. Antidote: If change seems unlikely, self-support involves addressing personal needs and longings through alternative means or advocating for oneself, including setting boundaries. Additionally, acknowledging 10 positive qualities or attributes the person brings to your life can help shift the focus away from criticism. The Negative Effects of the 3 C's Diminished Self-Esteem: Engaging in constant comparison and criticism can lead to feelings of inadequacy, lower self-worth, and diminished self-esteem. Strained Relationships: Continuous criticism and complaining can put strain on relationships, eroding trust, creating tension, and reducing the overall sense of safety and satisfaction. Dissatisfaction in Interactions: The repetitive nature of the 3 C's can leave interactions feeling less meaningful and satisfying, contributing to a sense of dissatisfaction. Avoidance and Disconnection: Over time, the cumulative effect of the 3 C's may lead to avoidance of certain individuals or a decrease in engagement, negatively impacting the connection in relationships. Missed Opportunities for Growth: Focusing on the negative aspects may lead to missed opportunities for personal and relational growth, hindering the exploration of positive and enriching experiences. Draining Interactions: Engaging in the 3 C's can be emotionally draining, both for oneself and others, as the emphasis on negativity outweighs the potential for positive and uplifting interactions. Empowerment and Blame Cycle: The cycle of blame, competition, and one-upmanship perpetuated by the 3 C's can create a disempowered mindset, hindering the celebration of others and fostering deeper connections. Lack of Meaning and Significance: Constant comparison and criticism may lead to a focus on surface-level attributes, overshadowing the potential for deeper connections and the meaningful aspects of relationships. The 3 P's of Happiness Now that we've explored the challenges posed by the three C's, let's shift our focus to the transformative power of the three P's. The concept of the three P's — Pride, Purpose, and Pleasure — draws inspiration from Blue Zone research, examining communities globally recognized for longevity and well-being. Here are actionable strategies aligned with the three P's to foster a balanced and fulfilling life: 1. Pride: Build Community Bonds: Connect with your community, nurturing positive relationships for a heightened sense of belonging and pride. Embrace Traditions: Celebrate cultural or community traditions to strengthen your connection to heritage and foster pride. Achieve Personal Goals: Pursue goals aligned with your values, cultivating a sense of pride and satisfaction. Share Your Successes: Acknowledge and share your accomplishments, reinforcing a positive sense of pride. 2. Purpose: Discover Your Ikigai: Explore your 'ikigai,' finding purpose at the intersection of passion, skill, societal need, and earning potential. Volunteer and Give Back: Contribute to causes aligned with your values, experiencing purpose through meaningful engagement. Set Long-Term Goals: Establish enduring goals reflecting your passions and values for a sense of purpose. Reflect on Core Values: Regularly align actions with core values, providing direction and purpose in life. 3. Pleasure: Prioritize Social Bonds: Cultivate meaningful relationships with friends and family, crucial for overall happiness. Opt for Balanced Nutrition: Enjoy a varied, nutritious diet in moderation for physical and mental well-being. Incorporate Physical Activity: Integrate joyful exercises like walking or dancing into daily routines. Practice Mindfulness: Dedicate time to mindfulness practices, enhancing the enjoyment of the present moment. Embrace Nature: Spend time outdoors, connecting with nature for increased pleasure and well-being. Cultivate Hobbies: Engage in passion-driven activities, such as art or gardening, for a more pleasurable life. By integrating these strategies, you can elevate your overall well-being, embracing the principles of Pride, Purpose, and Pleasure observed in Blue Zone communities. Mentioned The Magic Ratio: The Key to Relationship Satisfaction Blue Zones of Happiness, The: Lessons From the World's Happiest People (The Blue Zones) (*Amazon affiliate link) (book) 25 Days To Strengthening Your Love Through Kindness (free guide link) ERP 125: How Kindness Can Strengthen Your Love (podcast episode) ERP 128: How Kindness Can Strengthen Your Love – Part Two (podcast episode) ERP 129: How Kindness Can Strengthen Your Love – Part Three (podcast episode) ERP 130: How Kindness Can Strengthen Your Love – Part Four (podcast episode) ERP 130: How Kindness Can Strengthen Your Love – Part Five (podcast episode) Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: facebook.com/EmpoweredRelationship Instagram: instagram.com/drjessicahiggins Podcast: drjessicahiggins.com/podcasts/ Pinterest: pinterest.com/EmpowerRelation LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drjessicahiggins Twitter: @DrJessHiggins Website: drjessicahiggins.com Email: email@example.com If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here. 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Publication date 2023-07-12. The James Webb Space Telescope has made its first observations of the TRAPPIST-1 system and measured the temperature of TRAPPIST-1b! We've added a new way to donate to 365 Days of Astronomy to support editing, hosting, and production costs. Just visit: https://www.patreon.com/365DaysOfAstronomy and donate as much as you can! Share the podcast with your friends and send the Patreon link to them too! Every bit helps! Thank you! ------------------------------------ Do go visit http://www.redbubble.com/people/CosmoQuestX/shop for cool Astronomy Cast and CosmoQuest t-shirts, coffee mugs and other awesomeness! http://cosmoquest.org/Donate This show is made possible through your donations. Thank you! (Haven't donated? It's not too late! Just click!) ------------------------------------ The 365 Days of Astronomy Podcast is produced by the Planetary Science Institute. http://www.psi.edu Visit us on the web at 365DaysOfAstronomy.org or email us at info@365DaysOfAstronomy.org.
Get Your Goals Annual Challenge Day 332. Goal Process Step 5: Milestones, Measures, And Tracking Progress? Do One Thing Every Day To Get What You Want! Join in every day in 2023 for a quick challenge that is all about you achieving your goals and creating the life you want! https://www.facebook.com/ThrivingSharon Ask your questions, share your wisdom! #getyourgoalschallenge #nononsensenovember #goalprocessstepfive #trackprogress
Canada's first ever citizen-led inquiry, the National Citizens Inquiry into the country's Covid-19 response, has come to a close, issuing its commissioners' final report this morning. The report exposes harms caused by lockdowns, vaccine mandates, and other Covid interventions by the government, calling on the government to put civil liberties front and centre moving forward. While the inquiry is damning, it has no official status and was boycotted by all invited public officials. Does it matter? True North's Andrew Lawton discusses with National Citizens Inquiry administrator Ches Crosbie. Also, a Liberal member of parliament is blaming Pierre Poilievre and the “far-right” for a shooting in Winnipeg. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome to episode 236 of the Cloud Pod Podcast, where the forecast is always cloudy! Are you wandering around every day wondering just who has the biggest one? Chips, we mean. Of course. Get your mind out of the gutter. Did you know Azure was winning that battle for like 8 whole minutes? Join us for episode 236 where we talk about chip size, LLM's, updates to Bedrock, and Toxicity Detection - something you will never find applied to the podcast. Not on purpose, anyway. Happy Thanksgiving! Titles we almost went with this week:
Cecile Cassista is the Executive Director of the Coalition for Seniors and Nursing Home Residents‘ Rights.
In each episode of our 2023 SEC comment letter trends series, our guests bring you the latest themes in comment letters from the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance.This week, host Heather Horn sat down with PwC National Office partner Kevin Vaughn to discuss the SEC staff's continued focus on non-GAAP measures, the area with the highest number of comments.In this episode, you'll hear:3:06 - The significance of non-GAAP measures and why they continue to be a focus area for the SEC7:50 - Updates on new and amended compliance and disclosure interpretations (C&DIs) related to non-GAAP measures and their impact on comment letters18:19 - Advice for preparers when responding to SEC staff comments20:08 - Insights on pervasive comment letter themes, including:20:27 - Undue prominence of non-GAAP measures21:40 - Reconciliation of non-GAAP measures and the differentiation between recurring and non-recurring expenses27:10 - Other top comment letter themes in non-GAAP comments, including nature of non-GAAP adjustments, disclosure requirements for non-GAAP measures, and labeling and identification of non-GAAP measures35:23 - Recent enforcement actions related to non-GAAP measures37:52 - Final advice on non-GAAP measures ahead to year-end reportingWant to learn more? Check out our analysis of SEC comments on non-GAAP measures and our publication on non-GAAP, which includes links to the updated C&DIs. Kevin Vaughn is a partner in PwC's National Office. Prior to joining PwC, Kevin was senior associate chief accountant in the Office of the Chief Accountant (OCA) at the SEC where he spent almost 20 years focusing on complex financial reporting and technical accounting issues.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.Follow PwC's accounting podcast on your favorite podcast app for future episodes in this SEC comment letters series, and subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get all of our thought leadership.Transcripts available upon request for individuals who may need a disability-related accommodation. Please send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Special Episode of the Capitol Weekly Podcast was recorded live at Capitol Weekly's Conference on Education Policy which was held in Sacramento on Tuesday, November 7, 2023This is Panel 3 – LOOK AHEAD: BALLOT MEASURES AND LEGISLATIONPANELISTS: Michael Borges, California Teachers Association; Christina Laster, Bold Enterprises LLC; Scott Richards, Teach For AmericaModerated by Rich Ehisen, Capitol WeeklyFind a full transcript here: https://capitolweekly.net/education-policy-look-ahead-ballot-measures-and-legislation/Want to support the Capitol Weekly Podcast? Make your tax deductible donation here: capitolweekly.net/donations/Capitol Weekly Podcast theme is "Pickin' My Way" by Eddie Lang
Join us for today's episode of "Retail Daily Minute" as we bring you the latest headlines in the retail industry. Discover how TJX Companies exceeded expectations with strong financial results, the security measures beauty retailers like Sephora are taking to combat theft, and Walmart's insights into consumer spending behavior as the holiday season approaches. Stay informed with quick updates on key developments in the retail world!
In this video, we show you two of the most powerful lead measures that can help you grow your real estate business: Ambassadors and Conversations. Learn how these simple measures can drive your real estate success by mastering the simple strategy of creating meaningful conversations and keeping clients for life. Take your real estate career to the next level with this easy-to-follow guide! Check out our PULSE Coaching program for this and more! Join the PULSE Coaching Program. https://mapscoaching.com/pulse/SUBSCRIBE & RING THE BELL to receive notifications on new videos dropping EVERY WEEK! Share the love! If this video helped you, please LIKE, COMMENT & SHARE.LEARN MORE about all of Brendan's secrets and strategies to getting more clients and selling more real estate at https://www.brendanbartic.com/. GET MY FREE SCRIPT BOOK HERE: https://www.brendanbartic.com/ LIKE FREE RESOURCES? Join our Private FB Group, Brendan Bartic Real Estate Coaching: https://www.facebook.com/groups/58438...WHO IS BRENDAN BARTIC?With $98 dollars to his name, a bus ticket, and a duffle bag fresh out of the United States Army, Brendan Bartic started out as an assistant to a top-producing agent making $8 per hour. With his sights set high and a long road ahead of him, Brendan carved his own path towards success one cold call and client relationship at a time. Now, a real estate titan, an elite coach, and national trainer with over two decades of incredible success in the real estate industry, Brendan has SOLD OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS IN RESIDENTIAL VOLUME over the course of his career. As the owner of the #1 Real Estate Team in Denver, a top listing agent, and the Operating Principal of a brokerage serving over 200 agents, he ranks in the Top 1% of all Realtors in the Nation. Brendan is a United States Army Infantry Veteran. Growing up in an abusive home, Brendan left and moved from group home to group home until he was referred to Third Way Center, a place of hope to high-risk and disadvantaged youth until he was emancipated and joined the Army. Now, giving back to the community that provided him so much, Brendan has helped raise over $1 Million for Denver's disadvantaged youth as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for Third Way Center. He's now sharing the secrets to his unrivaled success in real estate.CONNECT WITH BRENDAN ON SOCIAL MEDIA:WEBSITE:
Elliot Washor is co-founder of Big Picture learning and B-UnBound, and co-author of “Leaving to Learn” and his recent book “Learning to Leave.” The post Episode #150: New Ways, New Forms, and New Measures for Learning with Elliot Washor first appeared on Rethinking Learning.
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The Government will announce a series of new measures today in response to a spate of attacks. This will include fines being doubled and the number of restricted breeds increased. We asked John Hearne, Sinn Fein councillor for Waterford City does these measures go far enough.
Earlier this week, nearly five dozen people appeared in a courthouse outside Atlanta, Georgia to answer criminal racketeering charges brought against them by the state. The charges are related to protests against a planned paramilitary police and fire services training facility nicknamed Cop City. Georgia prosecutors have called the demonstrators “militant anarchists.” But many of those charged say they were simply attending a rally or a concert in support of the Stop Cop City movement. The protesters, their lawyers and their supporter say the government is using heavy-handed tactics to silence the movement -- and worry about the type of precedent this might set for our right to protest. Kamau Franklin, one of the leaders of the Stop Cop City movement and a lawyer himself, and Zohra Ahmed, a professor of law at the University of Georgia, join Vinita to talk about the situation, and why so many people are watching it.
Are you unintentionally giving yourself a pay cut? 25% of American couples are. How couples can make sure they are balancing retirement savings. Also, good news around teen driving safety, and good advice for adult drivers. Retirement Savings For Couples: Segment 1 Ask Clark: Segment 2 Teen Driver Safety: Segment 3 Ask Clark: Segment 4 Mentioned on the show: Are you leaving money on the table: How 1 in 4 couples is missing out on 401 (k) savings -USA TODAY What Is a Spousal IRA and What Are the Rules? Should I Buy an AirTag for My Checked Airport Luggage? 4 Things You Should Always Pack in Your Carry-On Turo: 5 Things To Know About the Cheap Car Rental Service Report: Young driver fatality rates have fallen sharply in the US, helped by education, technology 5 Major Bills You Can Lower This Month Costco Car Buying Program: 4 Things To Know Before You Sign Up The Best Car-Buying Services in 2023 Alliant Cashback Visa® Signature Credit Card: Get 2.5% Cash Back on Everyday Purchases Thank you for listening today, Clarkies! If you want to be part of our “Clarkie” segment, call 404-981-2071 to leave a comment or story. We may play it during a future episode! Clark.com resources Episode transcripts Community.Clark.com Clark.com daily money newsletter Consumer Action Center Free Helpline: 636-492-5275 Learn more about your ad choices: megaphone.fm/adchoices Sponsor Link: Raisin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on November 7th, 2023. You can hear more reports on our homepage radiosweden.se, or in the app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Michael LindgrenProducer: Michael Walsh
Did you know that launching your new program or offering as an online coach is so much more than your *€20k* or *€100k* launch? What if you could focus on how it FEELS instead? And truly celebrate yourself of how much you have grown? Can you still feel successful when you shift your focus from “results driven (static) metrics” to “wow look at how I showed up and look at the woman I've become!” Today's episode is ALL about that, so you don't want to miss out on this insightful conversation. Alexandria Maria is dedicated to supporting high-level leaders and trailblazers in unlocking their limitless potential, achieving wealth, freedom, happiness, and success by forging their own path. Alexandria passion lies in creating hot premium offers that inspire. With her expertise, she supports her clients as high level leaders to step into their limitless potential, maximising their wealth, freedom, happiness and success. With a Virgo rising and Sun/Moon Capricorn, it's inspiring to see how she cultivated her success in business from a beautifully grounded energy. In this episode we touch on: Analysing launches beyond metrics Celebrating effort over result The Astrology of Alexandria starting her business Navigating entrepreneurship as a new mom Connect with Alexandria Maria >>> @iamalexandriamaria Connect with Cato >>> @catcaitlinn Business Mastermind starting in December 2023 >>> Click here. *This podcast helps online coaches use astrology to grow their business in a more aligned way, with a feminine approach to entrepreneurship and leadership.
O.C. religious leaders, inspired by the Pope, urge lawmakers to work on climate change measures. A ballot measure to open LA hotels to unhoused Angelenos is off the ballot; details on what will replace it. WeHo considers adding safe bike lanes. Plus, more. Support The L.A. Report by donating now at LAist.com/join and by visiting https://laist.com.Support the show: https://laist.com
We begin with new details on the Israeli military's second strike on a refugee camp in Gaza. Measures to censure a House lawmaker and expel an indicted member have failed. A federal judge is weighing whether to postpone former President Donald Trump's classified documents case. Legendary college basketball coach Bob Knight has died, according to his family. Lastly, Disney could soon own all of Hulu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In our final 'Off the Record' before Election Night, we're covering the ballot measures appearing before voters across the region. Ranging from tax increases for local districts in need of support, to the annexation of Rico into the Telluride School District, we'll touch on all six issues specific to our region.
Episode #350: Learn why "psychological safety" is necessary, and what leaders must do to cultivate the conditions for psychological safety. We'll also talk about ways you can turn your mistakes into opportunities for learning and the prevention of future mistakes.Bio:Mark Graban is an author, speaker, and consultant, whose latest book, The Mistakes That Make Us: Cultivating a Culture of Learning and Innovation, is available now.He is also the author of the award-winning book Lean Hospitals: Improving Quality, Patient Safety, and Employee Engagement and others, including Measures of Success: React Less, Lead Better, Improve More.He serves as a consultant through his company, Constancy, Inc, and is also a Senior Advisor for the technology company KaiNexus. Mark hosts podcasts, including “Lean Blog Interviews” and “My Favorite Mistake.”Education: B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University; M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, and M.B.A. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Leaders for Global Operations Program.Contact Mark:Website: https://www.markgraban.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mgraban
Along with early defibrillation, high quality CPR with minimal interruptions is one of the two factors that has been shown to improve cardiac arrest outcomes. How do we know if high quality, effective CPR is being performed? Objective measures of high-quality CPR include: Compression rate; Compression depth & recoil; ETCO2; and Chest Compression Fraction (CCF). The role of the CPR coach position on the code team.The advantages and use of real-time feedback devices to monitor the rate, depth, and chest recoil of CPR compressions. The use of end tidal waveform capnography. A no-tech way to monitor effective CPR if no compression feedback device or ETCO2 capnography isn't available.Connect with me:Website: https://passacls.com@PassACLS on Twitter@Pass-ACLS-Podcast on LinkedInGive back & support the show:via PayPal Good luck with your ACLS class!10 Halloween Poisoning Prevention Tips from Ohio Pharmacist, Kim Newlove of The Pharmacists Voice Podcast.
In this episode, we speak to Christian Baden, Christian Pipal, and Mariken van der Velden about their 2022 journal paper in Communications Methods and Measures, titled, “Three Gaps in Computational Text Analysis Methods for Social Sciences: A Research Agenda”. They co-authored this paper with Martijn Schoonvelde, and the authors span several disciplines, from communication to political science. We discuss the challenges and joys of writing for a cross-disciplinary audience, how their frustrations with the validity of computational methods are shared across fields with different methodological conventions, and how this paper laid the groundwork for a larger project on European political text analysis.
Guest: Wade Baker, Co-Founder of Cyentia Institute, professor at Virginia Tech, board member for the FAIR Institute and RSA Conference [@RSAConference]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/drwadebaker/Host: Matthew RosenquistOn ITSPmagazine
Acknowledging a problem is the first step. The second is developing a strategy to defeat the problem. The last, and most important is having the will to see it through. Our current crop of installed mouthpieces that pass for "leaders" are just simply weak clucking hens that always choose to do the bare minimum and appear as though they are tackling our problems rather than do it for real. Doing it for real requires that will and courage to make timely, firm decisions. They don't have it, so it doesn't get done, and we suffer for it. Stop supporting weak people that can't even play act like they're looking out for you, and instead invest that time and energy into yourself.
In all the work that I do within the arena of metabolic healthcare and education, I always stress the importance of a comprehensive approach. This is why I work to provide you with a variety of resources and different perspectives, like the amazing discussion I'm bringing to you today.Dr. Alo is a cardiologist who focuses especially on preventive cardiovascular healthcare. He is an amazing resource, and I am so honored to have him as a guest on The Obesity Guide. In this episode we hear a very unique and medically significant perspective on metabolic health and obesity, and how this affects our cardiovascular health.We were able to really dive deep and have a well rounded, evidence-based discussion on whether or not the “calories in vs. calories out” method stands, what it really means for your heart health when you lose weight, practical milestones that Dr. Alo looks for in both cardiovascular and metabolic health, realistic fitness expectations and where to start to improve heart health, and so much more!Connect with Dr. Alo:WebsiteYouTubeInstagramTikTokMore Resources:Fitness And Weight Loss For Busy Physicians: Medical Conference Lecture(includes information on The Matador Study)The Matador StudyQuotes“The number one thing I would tell people in terms of lifestyle modifications is to find some kind of activity that you enjoy and that you can do forever” - Dr. Alo“One of the things that we've found with diet and weight loss is regardless of how you do it, if weight comes off, you improve almost all of your cardiovascular markers and inflammatory markers no matter how you measure it. Even if you only eat twinkies.” - Dr. Alo“One of the biggest things I see with patients is they have diet culture trauma that has been there for a very long time, that's very difficult to overcome. They're afraid of food and haven't been given the tools to deal with that properly. So mindset when it comes to food is absolutely the number one step.” - Dr. Alo“We have unbelievable tools now that work, like Ozempic, and even at the lowest, microscopic doses, they're amazing. I think there's a lot we're still learning about these medications, and I'm not saying it's a cheat code or it's magic, but it is a tool we can use.” - Dr. AloAudio Stamps03:06 - Dr. Alo introduces himself and shares some of his achievements and current involvements11:06 - Dr. Alo shares the weight loss milestones that he looks for for noticeable improvement in quality of life12:20 - Dr. Alo shares his biggest preventative health tips for longevity in cardiovascular health20:33 - Dr. Alo explains the preventative health benefits of GLP 1s26:08 - Dr. Alo discusses exercise and shares his process for goal-setting within this arena for those who deal with obesityAll of the information on this podcast is for general informational purposes only. Please talk to your physician and medical team about what is right for you. No medical advice is being on this podcast. If you live in Indiana or Illinois and want to work with doctor Matthea Rentea, you can find out more on www.RenteaClinic.com
In episode 146 of the Guitar Music Theory podcast, I answer listener questions about chord tones and extensions, the song White Rabbit by Jefferson Airplane, playing with injuries and hand limitations, keeping track of measures while soloing, applying pentatonic scale patterns, reaquiring your chops after time off, and more.