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Coach Your Brains Out, By Gold Medal Squared
SMARTER VOLLEY with Joe Trinsey - Part 1

Coach Your Brains Out, By Gold Medal Squared

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 31:08


1:49 - Why Joe has been taking a break from social media and the internet + what he has gained from it.3:45 - Freeing up time to focus on his own thoughts and opening up time to write a new book/training manual.4:20 - Joe's blog (what he was originally planning on writing in a book format)5:00 - What Joe thought he gained or missed by taking a break.6:20 - Value of being bored + value of also taking breaks from educational resources.Fostering great ideas from boredom.7:14 - Joe's blog (what he was originally planning on writing in a book format)Read Joe's blog here: https://smartervolley.substack.com/Extra resources on his blog (some film, stats, etc).10:59 - Joe's triangle connecting terminal serves, first ball, and transition aspects.12:36 - The extent to which the “Terminal Serves” aspect has an impact on matches from varying age levels.13:55 - Putting terminal serves in the context of stats.14:19 - “Our aces + opponent's service errors” vs “Our service errors + opponent's aces”.15:16 - Measuring first ball attacking/putting it in the context of stats.18:48 - Understanding transition win percentages.22:25 - What to work on if one point of the triangle is successful, but another is lacking.26:27 - What the standard would be in indoor volleyball + how high school volleyball practice can be structured to meet that standard and potentially go beyond it.Get CYBO the book! https://www.amazon.com/dp/1098630904Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/coachyourbrainsout

The Football Coaching Podcast with Joe Daniel
Measuring Your Players For Better Performance

The Football Coaching Podcast with Joe Daniel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 83:08


As most of us get into our offseason, sending our student athletes to different sports, it's a great time to start planning ahead for spring ball and summer workouts. 

Hire Calling
Employees and Managers: Measuring and improving job satisfaction

Hire Calling

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 48:52


In this episode, Pete and Ricky cover a broad range of topics, including:-Showing gratitude in the workplace-How to assess employee satisfaction-Speaking your mind at work-The impact a virtual workforce has on company cultureThey also talk a little bit about Pete's recent blog article, How to Measure Employee Satisfaction

The Kim Barrett Show Podcast
Customers Are People Too With Ben Worthen

The Kim Barrett Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 25:01


The most common mistake that companies tend to commit in marketing is that they often forget that customers are people too. They keep talking about their brand, their products, all while losing real connection with potential and existing clients. Today's guest, Ben Worthen joins us today to talk about why we need to remember that customers are people too. Ben is the CEO of Message Lab and he is an ultimate gun at content marketing. He talks about how you can use your brand to relate with customers instead of just promoting yourself and putting yourself out there. Your customer is just like you and they need you to listen to them too. So, if you're eager to change your marketing strategy with this easy mindset shift, go ahead and press that play button! Resource Links: Visit Ben's website at https://messagelab.com/ Breakthrough Advertising by Eugene Schwartz (https://amzn.to/3l0UlKu) Your Social Voice Website (https://www.yoursocialvoice.com.au/) Become the Mogul of your industry (https://www.mogulcall.com) Join our Mogul Mastermind (https://www.mogulmastermind.com.au/) What we discussed in this episode: Introduction [0:00] Ben talks about what they do at Message Lab [1:27] Dealing with customers outside of work [4:38] How Ben answers the client's question “how is this strategy going to increase our sales?” [7:38] Ben explains Message Lab's promise of delivery [8:06] Measuring the customers' response [9:48] When is the best time for a client to approach a company like Message Lab? [15:13] How new technologies, such as Facebook's Meta, affect the way content is distributed [19:36] Making your brand the signal in a noisy online world [21:32] About Ben Worthen: Ben Worthen is the CEO of Message Lab. He has spent the last several years combining journalism, data and design to help organisations create content that resonates with real people. In 2007, he joined The Wall Street Journal, where he covered the tech industry and wrote more than 50 Page One stories. Before Message Lab, Ben was editor-in-chief at Ready State and head of content at Sequoia Capital. Thanks for checking out today's episode! Be sure to tune in for the next one, subscribe, and share this podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fasting Method Podcast
Fasting Q&A: Milk, Sweeteners, Measuring Ketones, and Counting Carbs

The Fasting Method Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 33:35


Episode #3 In this Fasting Q&A episode, Megan and Nadia answer your fasting questions: 1. Why can't I put milk in my tea while I'm fasting? [02:30] 2. I know Dr. Fung says, “No,” to sweeteners, but how about monk fruit? Is there another way to sweeten my tea or make desserts? [09:45] 3. Do I have to check my ketones? [18:40] 4. Do I have to count carbohydrates? [26:29] Have questions you want us to answer? Please email them to podcast@thefastingmethod.com Learn More About Our Community: https://www.thefastingmethod.com Join our FREE Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/TFMNetwork Watch Us On YouTube: https://bit.ly/TFMYouTube Follow Us on Instagram: @fastingmethod

Why Are We Shouting? with Jill Salzman
The Measuring Stick Question

Why Are We Shouting? with Jill Salzman

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 7:34


What's In This Episode: When the going gets tough, how can we entrepreneurs rest assured that we'll be alright? The media, our colleagues, and even our parents can make us feel pretty badly about how we're doing as we grow our businesses. If we don't grow them faster stronger smarter better, those insecurities can really start to pile up. So do you have a firm grasp on how you're measuring your own success? It might be time to make sure that you're using the right measuring stick. Jill Salzman turns the mundane into inspiration and transforms the impossible into the achievable. Through defying expectations and breaking the rules, she succeeds in inspiring entrepreneurs to figure out what works for them by using meaningful action to create positive results. Jill is the author of The Best Business Book In The World* (according to my mom) and the Amazon best-seller, Found It: A Field Guide for Mom Entrepreneurs. She's shared the speaker stage with Richard Branson, Sheryl Sandberg, Daymond John, Marilu Henner, and Desmond Tutu among others, and professed her love of Eddie Vedder in her TEDx talk on 11/11/11. She hosts the top-rated entertaining business podcast, Why Are We Shouting?, a question she asks herself daily. CNNMoney calls her a “mommy mogul.” MSN Live says she's a “Cool Mom Entrepreneur We Love.” Forbes rated her a Top 100 Champion Small Business Influencer and voted The Founding Moms one of the Top 10 Websites For Entrepreneurs. When she's not speaking to audiences in patterned leggings or podcasting from her basement, she fruitlessly tries to convince her daughters that cassette tapes actually existed.

Unpacking the Digital Shelf
Interview: Measuring the Business Impact of Brand in the Digital Age, with Maggie Gross, Head of Strategy for The Studios at Deloitte Digital

Unpacking the Digital Shelf

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 31:02


As the consumer is increasingly in charge of how, where, and when they discover, research, and buy, the ways in which your brand comes to life for them has shifted and multiplied dramatically. More than ever, brand marketers need to articulate an evolved brand strategy and, to receive the proper investment, prove its worth to the bottom line. Maggie Gross, Head of Strategy for The Studios at Deloitte Digital, armed with tons of category data, has created a new way to measure the value of brand investment and drive the right areas of investment for maximum ROI. It's called BrandWorth, and Maggie joined Peter to explain it.

The You-est You™ Podcast
The Secret of Consciousness with Lee Carroll & Kryon

The You-est You™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 66:04


Meet Lee Carroll  Since 1989, Lee Carroll has brought the loving messages of Kryon to the world. Lee Carroll is the author of fourteen Kryon books and co-author of The Indigo Children, An Indigo Celebration, and The Indigo Children Ten Years Later, for a total of 17 books. These Indigo books introduced the world to the term Indigo Children in 2000, spawning many follow-up books by various authors, a movie, a documentary, and lots of interest worldwide regarding our changing kids. The Indigo books have sold almost half a million copies worldwide in 24 languages. During a trip to McCaysville, Georgia, at Delphi Metaphysical University in 2012, Lee was surprised with an honorary doctorate of Science, Transpersonal Psychology; Metaphysics. The award indicated: For his extraordinary contributions of love, wisdom, and spiritual understanding. Lee was most recently in the film, The 1 Field, all about consciousness and the power of the quantum field. Lee has been named one of the 100 most spiritually influential living people by the prestigious WATKINS; Mind, Body, Spirit magazine for four consecutive years.   I have been listening to and resonating with Lee Carroll's work connecting with and channeling Kryon for the last few years. Since day one, I found something about the teachings and messages from Lee and Kryon that are deeply moving and feel full of truth, heart, and super high consciousness. We discussed the Law of Attraction, raising your consciousness and how, what looks like a world mess was actually predicted by the Mayans thousands of years ago and is more positive than you might think. I hope you love this conversation as much as I did!     Meeting Kryon-An Uncommon Path Lee Carroll is an engineer with a very linear and scientific mind. The last thing he wanted to do was channel information. About 30 or so years ago, Lee was told by a channeler that there was a magnetic master named Kryon trying to connect with him. He brushed it aside until a year or so later, a different medium said the same thing. Lee decided to give it a shot and sat in a chair by himself to give Kryon a chance to make contact. What ensued was beyond what he expected --- he was filled with such love, an intensity of love he had never felt before. He wept and decided to keep tuning in. I love what Lee said about this encounter, "Spirit gives us the chance to look as Spirit knows who we are."    At the time, he couldn't understand what was happening but knew it was real. Moving forward with this gift of connection to Kryon posed an existential question for Lee, as he faced a fear of moving into a life that could leave him without his friends, wife, work, etc. In the face of this fear, he heard Spirit say to him, "Do you really want to know me?" It was in that question that Lee decided to follow this deeply wise high consciousness. In saying yes, he has seen more miracles than he ever imagined possible. We talked about the Law of Attraction, the power of energy, raising your consciousness, and the infinite power of Spirit.   Spirit Is Bigger Than Anything Else So many of us were primed to think we need a conduit to connect to Spirit or that we have to do certain things to be worthy or deserving of this pure love. It's time to get out of the fear box. Spirit is bigger than anything else. Period. We were born to find our creator. We are multi-dimensional beings with consciousness potential to change matter. The question to ask yourself is, "What if all God wants for us is to find the love, paste it in ourselves and live it?" This concept resonated deeply with me, and I'd invite you, my friend, to see if it's possible to imagine a higher power that is truly all-loving, no strings attached. We're often so linear in how we think, whereas the love of Spirit flows in a non-linear way.    It's All About Raising Your Consciousness Everything we're experiencing today is right on schedule. The Mayans predicted this global shift happening in 2012, thousands of years ago. We are in a literal wobble in the earth, and remember that we are connected energetically to all. Since 2012, there has been an explosion of consciousness. Lee shared that the Light is winning! We as a human species are starting to see things differently. You can see this with the Me Too movement moving the women's movement closer to equality or with a new Pope. He took over a living Pope, which has never happened, and he is exposing the horrendous trauma of priests abusing children. Even Covid, which put us all in our homes, made us stop and slow down. We had a war without a war because, like past wars, everything stopped. We talked about raising your consciousness, as this is the portal to shifting the evolution of humanity and our planet.    Here are some of the ways Lee mentioned to raising your consciousness: Be informed and read about what's going on, but turn off the news! It is a highly sensationalized movie-like show that instigates fear.  Raising your consciousness demands your meaning it. You can't take a pill to do the work. You have to commit to wanting it.  Rather than following the phrase, Let Go and Let God, substitute 'Let go and let yourself find God'. You need to trust that Spirit is in you and knows you. Ask to be shown or led, or for the intuition to find what's best for you, be it your diet, career, partner, etc. Then you become part of a co-created life.  Build trust in Spirit. Like Lee Carroll says, 'Spirit knows you so, bring it!'  We Were Built For This We live in a magnetic grid that contains our consciousness, and magnetics is certainly the future of energy. Measuring the magnetic grid has been proven scientifically by HeartMath (we love HeartMath!) through the Global Coherence Initiative. An example of how powerful the data is on 9/11, the sensors picked up the magnetic grid being 3x the average strength. Scientists can measure when and how world events change the magnetic field. In essence, we are all connected to one another and this magnetic energy.  Final Thoughts In his final 'heart flare', Lee shared that the most sacred thing you can do is be in joy! Joy heals the heart and mind, which will help you get solutions that fear blocked. Laughter and joy are the sacred answers to help you break free and remember who you really are. Lee Carroll and Kryon tell us that raising your consciousness is a multi-step process and you have to live it to experience it but being in joy is part of the journey.    Sacred Connection As always, this community is a sacred, safe place built on love and acceptance. It was created to help you evolve and expand into your highest self. Please share your wisdom, comments, and thoughts. I love hearing from you and learning how you are being your truest, you-est you. Please join us in our Facebook group The You-est You® Community for Soul Seekers Join host Julie Reisler, author and multi-time TEDx speaker, each week to learn how you can tap into your best self and become your You-est You® to achieve inner peace, happiness, and success at a deeper level! Tune in to hear powerful, inspirational stories and expert insights from entrepreneurs, industry thought leaders, and extraordinary human beings that will help to transform your life. Julie also shares a-ha moments that have shaped her life and career and discusses key concepts from her book Get a PhD in YOU Here's to your being your you-est you!     Connect with Lee Carroll Website: kryon.com Enjoying the show? For iTunes listeners, get automatic downloads and share the love by subscribing, rating & reviewing here! *Share what you are struggling with or looking to transform with Julie at podcast@juliereisler.com. Julie would love to start covering topics of highest interest to YOU.   You-est You Links: Subscribe to the Podcast  Learn more at JulieReisler.com Become a Sacred Member at the Sacredology® Membership Join The You-est You® Community for Soul Seekers on Facebook Subscribe to Julie's YouTube Channel Book Julie as a speaker at your upcoming event Amazon #1 Best selling book Get a PhD in YOU Download free guided-meditations from Insight Timer Julie's Hungry For More On line Program (10 Module Interactive Course) 15 Days Of Gratitude To Change Your Life on InsightTimer

Earth Wise
Could Lyme Disease Be Eradicated? | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 2:00


Tiny ticks are a big problem.  Measuring only three to five millimeters in size, ticks are widely distributed around the world.  They are external parasites, feasting on the blood of birds, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals – including humans. According to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ticks infect an estimated 476,000 people […]

Talk Nerdy to Me
The Marvelous Stan Lee statue unbox and review

Talk Nerdy to Me

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 8:38


Stan Lee was the ambassador for comics during his later years. Whenever you mentioned anything comic book related, most people would think about him. Stan Lee became synonymous with comics. It is fitting they would make a statue honoring his memory. Manufacturer Description Excelsior! Like the incredible, amazing, and sensational characters he created, the Marvelous Stan Lee Designer Collectible Figure by artist Gabriel Soares captures the larger-than-life personality of this comic book legend. Measuring 9” tall and 9.4” wide, this energetic representation of Stan “The Man” Lee strikes a super heroic pose, landing a punch with an explosive burst of yellow. Leaping off the pages of a colorful comic book-themed base, the creative visionary is clad in his signature green sweater, tinted shades, and super smile, just as iconic as any hero's mask or four-color costume. True Believers, take your Stan Lee Collectibles® collection ever higher with the Marvelous Stan Lee Designer Collectible Figure by Gabriel Soares. Product Specifications License: Marvel Product Type: Designer Collectible Toy Manufactured by: Unruly Industries(TM) Product Size: 9" H (228.6mm) x 9.4" W (238.76mm) x 8" L (203.2mm) Product Weight: 1 lbs (0.45 kg) SUBSCRIBE to watch more videos like this one! LET'S CONNECT! -- Talk Nerdy to Me Facebook -- Zia Comics Facebook -- Zia Comics Twitter -- Zia Comics Instagram -- Talk Nerdy to Me website -- Zia Comics website LISTEN TO OUR PODCAST! - iTunes - RSS Feed - Stitcher - Google Play - Podbean - Spotify - Tune In/Alexa - Pandora #ziacomics #stanlee #sideshow #unrulyindustries #unbox

The Clear Out: A Brooklyn Nets Podcast
EP 16: Was Golden State a Measuring Stick Game? w/ Chris Milholen

The Clear Out: A Brooklyn Nets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 58:41


Matt sits down with Chris Milholen to discuss the Nets' recent stretch of games, including the tough loss against Golden State. Follow Chris on Twitter @CMilholenSB Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast
Episode 527 - A Measuring Stick

Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 99:52


On this edition of the Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast, Elliot (@yankeegunner) is joined by Clive (@clivepafc), and Paul (@poznaninmypants) to fully preview the trip to Anfield including questions about lineup, tactics, what should be expected of the team and what it means for the season. There are also contributions from listeners. All that and more on this edition of the Arsenal Vision Post Match Podcast. Support George's fight against cancer at https://www.gofundme.com/f/gorgeousgeorgeonebigfight Signup for our Patreon at patreon.com/arsenalvisionpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Real Health with Karl Henry
Top Tips for Measuring Your Health

Real Health with Karl Henry

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 22:57


On this week's show, I'm bringing you the best ways to measure your health. It's possibly the most overlooked aspect of health and wellness. In this politically correct age, measuring your health in some respects has become a bit of a taboo topic. Some people recommend that you don't do it at all. However, it's something I feel very strongly about. Having worked in the fitness industry for over twenty years, working with people on all aspects of health, I genuinely believe the most important thing for life long health is to measure some aspect of it. By measuring something, you can see progress. Even if you don't improve, being aware of it means you are already that little bit healthier. So, get your pen and your paper out, because this week's top tips episode is possibly the most important one, we've done to date. I'll be going through things like resting heart rate, measuring your waistline and the best ways to determine body fat and muscle. For more episodes, tips and advice from the show just go to: independent.ie/podcasts/the-re…health-podcast/ And you can get in touch - I'm @KarlHenryPT on Instagram and Twitter and realhealth@independent.ie. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe on Apple and Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts from. The Real Health podcast is in association with Laya Healthcare.

Engines of Our Ingenuity
Engines of Our Ingenuity 3014: Measuring Almost Nothing

Engines of Our Ingenuity

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 3:49


Healthy Wealthy & Smart
366: Dr. David Logerstedt:Get a Load of This!: Effects of and Response to Mechanical Loading on the Knee

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 34:59


In this episode, Associate Professor at the University of the Sciences and Director of BTE Laboratory, David Logerstedt, talks about monitoring and responding to load injuries on the knee. Today, David talks about the most common loading injuries on the knee, difference between external and internal loads, and how to improve tissue capacity. What is mechanical loading? Hear about David's most recent research paper on mechanical loading and the knee, how therapists can monitor and respond to loads, how clinicians can apply the information in the paper, and get David's advice to his younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “A lot of the stresses that cause the injury also are some of the same stresses that you can use to rehabilitate the injury.” “Most of us have enough tissue capacity to walk, but we might not have the tissue capacity to run a 10k.” “You really are trained to look at how the joint is reacting to the loads that you're placing on it. Measuring irritability is probably the best way to describe it.” “Even just asking how they feel can give a lot of information.” “If people understand the ‘why', then maybe they're more likely to do it and follow through.” “Don't say no. Always say yes to opportunities. Especially in that early career, if an opportunity comes along, take it.”   More about David Logerstedt David Logerstedt, PT, MPT, PhD is tenured Associate Professor at University of the Sciences and Director of BTE laboratory. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in health and human performance from the University of Montana and a Master of Arts degree in exercise physiology from the University of North Carolina. He earned a master's degree in physical therapy from East Carolina University and a doctorate in the interdisciplinary program of biomechanics and movement science from the University of Delaware. Dr. Logerstedt has been a practicing rehabilitation specialist for over 25 years and is board certified in sports physical therapy. He has presented his research on knee disorders at national and international conferences and has published in high-impact sports medicine journals on ACL injuries. He has co-authored several clinical practice guidelines on knee disorders. His goal to improve the implementation of clinical research into practical and accessible for all clinicians.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Knee Injuries, Loading Injuries, Tissue Capacity, Stress, Research, Rehabilitation, Recovery, Physiotherapy   Resources: Effects of and Response to Mechanical Loading on the Knee   To learn more, follow David at: Website:          David Logerstedt's Bibliography Twitter:            @DaveLogPT LinkedIn:         David Logerstedt   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript Here:  00:07 Welcome to the healthy, wealthy and smart podcast. Each week we interview the best and brightest in physical therapy, wellness and entrepreneurship. We give you cutting edge information you need to live your best life healthy, wealthy and smart. The information in this podcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be used as personalized medical advice. And now, here's your host, Dr. Karen Litzy.   00:35 Hey everybody, welcome back to the podcast. I am your host Karen Litzy. And today's episode is brought to you by Net Health so when it comes to boosting your clinics, online visibility, reputation and increasing referrals, net Health's Digital Marketing Solutions has the tools you need to beat the competition. They know you want your clinic to get found get chosen, and definitely get those five star reviews on Google. They have a fun new offer if you sign up and complete a marketing audit to learn how digital marketing solutions can help your clinic when they will buy lunch for your office. If you're already using Net Health private practice EMR, be sure to ask about his new integration, head over to net health.com forward slash li tz why to sign up for your complimentary marketing audit. And it's great, I use it and it works. So I highly recommend it. Now onto today's episode. So I'm really really happy to have Dr. David lager stead on the episode today. And we are talking about monitoring and responding to load injuries on the knee. So Dr. Lager stat is a tenured associate professor at the University of sciences and director of the BT EE Laboratory. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Human Performance from the University of Montana and a Master of Arts degree in exercise physiology. from the University of North Carolina. He earned a master's degree in physical therapy from East Carolina University and a doctorate in the interdisciplinary program of biomechanics and Movement Science from the University of Delaware. He has been a practicing rehabilitation specialist for over 25 years he is board certified in Sports Physical Therapy. He has presented his research on knee disorders at national international conferences and has published in high impact sports medicine journals on ACL injuries. He co authored several clinical practice guidelines on knee disorders. His goal is to improve the implementation of clinical research into practical and accessible, make it practical and accessible for all clinicians. So yeah, so today we're talking about a new paper, that he co authored the effects, the effects of em response to mechanical loading of the knee to great paper, you can go to podcast at healthy, wealthy, smart calm, to find a link to the paper. And a big thanks to Dr. Lager stead for breaking it down for us and everyone enjoyed today's episode. Hey, David, welcome to the podcast. I'm happy to have you on.   03:04 Thank you for having me. Yeah, and I'm excited. Today we're going to talk about a new paper that your co author on that came out on to be very precise, October 20, of 2021. And it's the effects of response to mechanical loading on the knee. So of course, my first question, I'm sure this is the first question everyone asked you is, why write this paper? What is the why behind it? You know, as a, as a clinician, as well, as somebody who is now in academia, I've always kind of had this question myself, you know, what kind of loads are on the knee? And I've always had this, you know, concern about dosing and trying to figure out like, how can we can best dose exercise around the knee. And as I, as I really started to think about this more, really started to find that there hasn't been any review, or any kind of clinical commentary kind of brings at least the concept of mechanical loading, kind of in one place. And the knee is always a good model, because it does seem to have a lot of a lot of research around it. And it's an area I'm familiar with, because of my work in ACLs. And so I, we, you know, we just started, started thinking about, okay, how can we best talk about what kind of loads are being placed on the knee and, and some of it kind of kind of came out of some conversations I had with another colleague of mine, where we've really started to talk about the use of inertial measurement units and how those can start to give at least some general indications of what loads are occurring through the lower extremity. And so we decided to just kind of put a team together   05:00 who had expertise in in loading? And then expertise in specific structures related to the knee? And so that's kind of how it kind of came together. And when we're talking about loading of the knee, so in this, in this paper, you're talking about mechanical loading. So let's, let's go with some more definitions here. So what is mechanical loading? And why is it important in respect to the knee will stick to the knee? Yeah. So, you know, in the paper, we really describe mechanical loading, this is the physical forces that act on are free to make demand on the body, either at the system's level, or even on structures at a specific organ or tissue level. And so if you think about mechanical loading can kind of subdivided into different variables, such as, like the magnitude of the load, how long the load is being applied, how frequent it might be applied, or even maybe the direction or the nature of that load. So   06:05 so when we think about loading, though, all those components kind of interact, can interact with one another, and then create different loading patterns that can impact again, the knee is the organ itself, or specific structures within the knee. And when we're talking about loading, I think most people think of loads as external, so something that we are placing on that knee, but there are external loads in their internal loads. Can you kind of differentiate those for the listeners? And how, and why are both important? Yeah. So when we think about, you know, external loads, to kind of think about is like, really kind of that work that's being performed? So like, how far did I run today? Or how high did I jump? So when we think about like, like that, it's almost, it's almost kind of like that outcome in, in an essence when we think about external load. But when we think about internal load, you can either think about what what's the physiological process that's going on inside the body related, potentially related to the external load, or maybe even the psychological. And again, maybe even that biomechanical response to that external load? So So usually, when we think about internal load, it's like, you know, how what, you know, what is your heart rate doing related to how far you run? Or what is the extra? Or what's the amount of stress that's being placed on the knee after you land from a jump? Yeah, so so both are important, especially when it comes to knee injuries, and loading injuries. So let's talk about what are some of the common loading injuries on the knee?   07:54 Yeah, so if you think about some of those different types of loads, you can kind of really subdividing at least at Deneen to kind of three major categories. In essence, whether it's a compressive load, a shear load, or a, you know, a tensile load that occurs, there's some other loads that can occur, such as some hydrostatic pressure loads, but the primary ones are really related to that. And so then if you break that down into specific structures, such as a ligament, you know, like the ACL, which is one of the more common injuries that occurred the knee, you know, that's usually related to some kind of tensile load that's occurring on that ligament, it can occur either from, you know, cyclical loading, where you can continue to put stress on that ligament until that ligament ultimately fails. But usually, it's one usually large load that occurs that relates in, you know, a traumatic tear. That's probably an example of kind of one of the more common ones. But, you know, we, you know, we commonly see other tissues damaged, you know, the meniscus is another common injury. And that's usually again, that's really related more to some compressive with shear load. And then, you know, cartilage also kind of was kind of relies on   09:24 a shear load to be damaged. So   09:28 all those different loads occur on the knee, it just sometimes it depends on again, all those other variables that we've talked about, you know, the nature of it, or the compressive versus the shear versus the tensile load, but then again, how quickly does it occur? Maybe at what angle your knee is bent that can impact all those types of things? Yeah, I would think angles, speed, fatigue levels, hydration levels, you know,   10:00 All of that I can only imagine goes into   10:04 a type of injury from one of these loads, right? And you say, you know, and if think about, you know, again, you have that that external load, but then, you know, think about some of the other internal loads, you know, the muscles around the joint contracting, to maybe unload the knee at a specific time, because, you know, we have, you know, you've seen many athletes like they cut and pivot 1000s of times in a career, why is it that one certain time, they do the exact same maneuver, they've done 1000 times before, their ligament tears or their meniscus tears. So there's, there's so many other underlying factors that lead to it.   10:50 And so part of this papers, at least trying to describe some of those things, so people have an understanding of what is the underlying loads that can can lead to an injury. But then,   11:03 what can we do after that? How can we use those exact same parameters of same loading parameters to rehabilitate them? Because the same, a lot of the same stresses that caused the injury   11:17 also are some of the same stresses that you can use to rehabilitate the injury? Right, and I would think have to use to rehabilitate the injury. Right? Right. Yeah. So so they, so they can adapt to that stress and be ready to handle the stress the next time it occurs. Exactly, exactly. And now what one of the figures we were talking before we went on the air within this paper is figure four. So for everyone who is listening to this, we'll leave a link to the paper in the show notes. But when you go through, you'll see there's one figure it's figure four, it's a conceptual model of loading of the knee. And it's like a monster of a figure like it is. It's large, it looks very intimidating, and very complicated. So can you break it down for us? Yeah. So this is how, you know, we started to think about taking a lot of these other models that have been out there that have described, you know, maybe the physical stress model, or many people have commented on the,   12:24 on the die model, related to the envelope of function, and also the dynamic recursive model related to injury, probably the, is the best one, best way to describe it. But you got to take into all those factors that can influence or just leave somebody susceptible to an injury,   12:52 as well as including this their underlying physiology. And again, that could just be related to those non modifiable factors such as your age and your sex.   13:04 And then again, your underlying physiology, you know, your genetic makeup, maybe even just some kind of a little bit of your underlying fitness level. And then what are some things that can predispose that tissue to injury? And again, it could be, you know, do you have a strong tissue or a weaker tissue? Does the, you know, do you have certain types of muscle fibers, you know, that can influence again, things like fatigue? And then what are the external factors that lead into it? So, some of these models have already been kind of described in the ACL related literature, you know, you know, shoot a surface interactions, whether that occurs out there is, is it turf versus grass. So, those types of things can all potentially influence an injury and then,   14:00 you know, moving into the next part, then you just think about the mechanical load. So, again, all those factors related to magnitude and duration and frequency. And then we wanted to kind of   14:15 try to articulate that, again, if you took, you know, just conceptually took it is looking at each of the different major structures in the knee that could be impacted, and then talked about how those tissues respond to some kind of stress and strain. So, you know, if you put it,   14:39 again that load under a specific type of compressive versus shear strain, how does it respond to that, and William Thompson did a really nice review in ptJ a couple of years ago, looking at some of the Meccano therapy and McKinna biology that occurs at specific   15:00 tissues that Karim Khan had kind of initially proposed back, God 10 years ago or so. And then if you take all those things account, and the stresses and strains, so then you start to look at how that impacts how the tissue adapts to those stresses and strains. And, you know, using kind of the fitness model, or the fitness fatigue model is, is if you apply the right stresses at the right time. And you do that consistently over time, it basically builds up into tissues adapt to it, and it gets stronger, and fitter. But if you don't do it, or you do it at a delayed time, it may stay at a homeostatic level, or than if you do it too infrequently, or the loads are too much, too frequent, then you can actually fatigue the tissues. And, of course, if you get too much fatigue, and you get the right amount of load placed on it, then that can result in injury. And then you kind of go through, go through again, and go through it again. And again, that's part of the rehab process is taking all those things into account. And so   16:22 that's how we tried to really try to conceptualize it and think about, you know, and so we really kind of focused more on the the tissue levels and the response to injury, and how you can use that kind of this conceptual model of kind of stress and strain along those other factors, too. I think it's important to note that we're not only talking about ligaments or meniscus when we're talking about the tissues around the knee, ligaments, meniscus tendon, articular, cartilage bone. It's not just, we're not just talking about ACL 10. Lien, you know what I mean? There's, it's really the all the structures that that make up that knee joint, correct? Correct. Yeah. And, I mean, I think that's even a really important point to like, when we're rehabbing. You know, somebody and you know, you take somebody with a meniscus tear, not only are you impacting the meniscus that you're working on, you're also impacting a lot of the other structures around it. And so you can influence the all that rehab, or that rehab impacts all those tissues, depending on how you're providing the specific load. Right? Absolutely. And, you know, one of the the words that's in that figure is tissue capacity. And so during the rehab process, certainly after injury, but even, let's say, without injury, right, I think one of the goals is to always improve tissue capacity. So can you kind of talk about what exactly that means? What that What does tissue capacity mean and as physical therapists, what where do we stand in the improvement of that capacity. And on that note, we'll take a quick break to hear from our sponsor and be right back.   18:18 When it comes to boosting your clinics, online visibility, reputation and increasing referrals, net Health's Digital Marketing Solutions has the tools you need to beat the competition. They know you want your clinic to get found get chosen, and definitely get those five star reviews on Google. Net Health is a fun new offer. If you sign up and complete a marketing audit to learn how digital marketing solutions can help your clinic when they will buy lunch for your office. If you're already using Net Health private practice EMR, be sure to ask about this new integration, head over to net health.com forward slash li tz y to sign up for your complimentary marketing audit.   18:55 Kind of an in a general layman's term, you think about just tissue capacities, it's all related to the under I think sometimes so the underlying tasks that's being performed, right, you can have a certain level of tissue capacity that allows you to, to walk or run the tissue can meet the demands of that load placed on placed on the body by that specific task. Right. But if the task is too high, or the load is too high, relative to what the tissue can handle the tissue than this doesn't have the capacity to handle that load. And again, it may be able to handle that load one or two times. But over a repeated bout, it may fail much quicker. And so I think sometimes tissue capacity is it's also related to the task that's being performed. may know most of us have enough tissue capacity to to walk community levels and things like that. But you know, we might   20:00 not have the tissue capacity to run a 10k, even though that we may have the underlying structure that we could build up to that, I think those are the things you have to take into account. And from a rehab perspective, you know, you always have to think about kind of that starting point of what people can handle, and then how, how you can adjust the rehab process to improve that capacity over time. So that that leads into what are some ways we can monitor load and respond to that load? So we're the therapist, we're taking care of our patients, how can we monitor and and, and change that load as necessary? Yeah, so.   20:46 So from, you know, a clinician standpoint, you know, most of us probably in the clinic, you know, we don't have high tech equipment, like global GPS units are inertial measurement units to measure   21:01 acceleration, and   21:04 you know, how far people have gone   21:08 a certain amount of distances they walked or jogged or done the whole thing, like you have seen with some of the devices like catapult or, or   21:18 I measure use IMU units. But I think from a clinician standpoint, we still have a lot of great tools that I think are that we still under utilize, to some degree. So,   21:32 you know, I, I always like to tell my students   21:38 that you really are kind of training to look at how the joint is reacting to the, to the loads that you're placing on it? And are you making the tissues more irritable or less, irritable, measuring irritability is probably the best way to describe it. And the knee, you know, you can see things like, you know, increase swelling, you know,   22:02 which is a common, probably a common measurement to see for, for increased irritability, but it can also be, you know, is the joint getting sore versus the muscle getting sore, right? And so trying to be very clear,   22:20 with   22:21 the person you're working with is, you know, does it hurt inside the knee, or is it just hurt in the muscles around the knee, because we'd expect to see some muscle soreness if you're working those, right, but you don't want the, you know, the irritation to be in the knee. Um, so those are probably the two major major, major ones that I like to use. But   22:44 you can also look is, you know, do Did they have a sudden decrease in a range of motion, you know, which can be an impact, or, you know, a factor of them, having some irritability, has their strength gone down, which is probably a little bit harder to assess more consistently, but those are probably the major things I would consider looking at is, if you're starting to see some of those means the tissues become a little bit more irritated. But if you don't see those, then you know, the next, you know, maybe the next session, the next couple sessions, you can start to slowly increase the load a little bit, and see how they respond. And I think that's always the challenging part. Like, I like to challenge my students with is, but that's one of the great things about being a therapist, who is we get to see them again, and see how they respond to our treatments. And we can regress or progress them as needed. Yeah, and and I think that's a really great thing that you said at the end, we can regress or progress as needed. So if someone if you give someone some exercise or some loading, and they come back with like an angry knee, it doesn't mean stop everything and go back to passive range of motion. It means okay, let's just take it down a notch. But continue. Yeah. Yeah. And I think when the the last one I meant should have mentioned is, you know, just even just ask them how they feel. Mm hmm. You know, how are you how do you how does it feel today can give a lot of information then you can use things like you know, a session RPE schedule, you know, scale, say, Okay, your knees a little bit angry. Let's back, let's back your exercise session down two or three today, instead of working at a seven. Mm hmm. So you can still do something still keep the knee moving. Still keep it kind of moving forward, but you've kind of backed off in gave it a little bit time to, to calm down. Yeah. So it's, it's sort of this combination of what you're seeing objectively and then asking them how novel What a novel idea you're doing or you're having   25:00 Having trouble? Yeah. The other day you were doing stairs really well. And now you're having trouble doing stairs, you know, some of these functional day to day things? Yeah, exactly. I mean, I think, like you said, those are just really simple tools, I think we, we get so focused on, you know, what we like to call the objective data, instead of just asking people, how do you feel today? Yeah.   25:23 Absolutely. And now, how can we and I say myself, we, I'm a clinician, how can how can we clinicians use the information in this paper to start applying load to a REIT to the rehabilitation of an injured knee? Or post surgical knee? Or what however you want to categorize? Yeah, yeah. I think, you know, as we were talking before, there's a, there's a, there's a lot of data in this in this paper, too, that the clinicians can think canoes, and so I don't want them to get overwhelmed with all the numbers in the data, but it's really there to be is it as a resource for clinicians to say, Okay, I have somebody who has a pretty irritable knee, and these are the activities that we're doing before, you know, and we can get a sense of, okay, that that activity, you know, was, you know, three times body weight, I need to find an activity, that's maybe two times body weight.   26:27 So we can regress them a little bit. And this is an activity that kind of fits that or this was an activity that put this amount of stress on the ligament, we know that that stress is still within us safe range to, to push it a little bit to the next level.   26:47 Because, you know, I think some of the, some of the fear is, is that if we're putting stress on the ligament that we're going to injure it, or even on any tissue, right. But we, as we know that, especially after the initial inflammatory phase, you need to start putting a little bit of stress on the healing tissues, because that's how tissue gets stronger is that it has to respond to stress. But if you're putting, you know, if you're putting state and I'll put an air quotes, safe, safe stresses, or stresses that are below kind of the the below the failure rate, and you're monitoring the knee for those inappropriate responses, then you can use that information to slowly progress them through a rehab safely and adequately the healing structure to then kind of into the next level of repair. The one of the tables, we talked about this, again, before we came on, was table seven, within this paper, where you have some activities where it's like this is like you said, maybe it's 1.4 times body weight, or this is 20 times body weight, or this is eight times body weight. And I think that's a really nice guide for clinicians. But I think it's also a really great educational tool for the patient. So you can show this too, because most patients get it. I think a lot of times we underestimate our patient's ability to understand. Yeah, a lot of these concepts, you know, and and so I think if we can say the patient, hey, listen, this is X amount, your body weight, this activity is less than that. And let's say you're a month out of like some sort of surgical procedure, hey, let's go with the one that's less times body weight than this. And because people say, well, what's the big deal? It seems like it would be fine. But I love that because I think it's a great way for clinicians to use the paper also is a great educational opportunity. Yeah, no, no, I think that's a that's a really valid point, is it? I think if we can educate the patients on, you know, these are the activities that you should be doing right now. And as you strong, get stronger and get better than you can move into these activities the next time, right. And so they're always asking, patients are always asking, like, what can I do now? What can I do now? And so, you know, this table can give them some insight of, okay, this is where you're at. These are the things that you start doing now. And these are the things that probably wait a little bit longer. I think that the patient will really understand the why behind, you're giving them the exercises that you're giving them. Yep. And that's really important, because if people understand the why then maybe they're more likely to do it. Yeah. And follow through. Yep. So I mean, I think it's great. I think this paper is great. Is there anything   30:00 thing that we didn't touch upon in the paper, the process of doing this paper that you would like to share before we start to wrap things up, no, you know, I'd really like to, you know, first of all, thank my co authors who were willing to, to sit down and write this, it was, it was no small feat, you know, pulling together, clinicians from around the world to, to do this. And so, you know, definitely want to, you know, think tour MacLeod, Brian higher shyt, J uebert. Tim Gavitt and Brian eckenrode, for, for agreeing to do this, you know, this, like I said, this was a paper that had been mulling around in my head, probably since I was in PT school, you know, for a long time. And, you know, this just felt like the opportune time to pull it together. And fortunately, you know, in the last several years, last 20 years or so, we have, we have the data now to support a lot of the things that we do is physical therapist that I think intuitively, we've always done. But I think now that we can, we can demonstrate a lot of what we do, and some of the value that we bring to, to rehabilitation into to patients and to clients. Yeah, and and I mean, I like this paper from a rehab standpoint, but I think it's also really great from a strength and conditioning standpoint, right? Because as physical therapists, we don't have to just be the people there when the athlete or the person is injured, we can also be the person that helps to keep them strong and kind of improve, especially in I know, in a lot of professional settings. You've got strength and conditioning coaches, and athletic trainers and pts. But for the average physical therapist, like if you're in a small town, maybe you're it. Yeah, you're doing it all. Yeah. So I think this paper is really helpful not only to progress, people after injury, but to kind of look and say, Hey, this is the load that we can place on you that will hopefully help to decrease your chances of getting injured. Yeah. So I appreciate that in this paper. And now, where can people find you? And like I said, we will have a link to the paper in the show notes. But where can people find you if they have questions of you specifically? Yeah, I'm fairly active on Twitter. And so that's primary, my primary social media outlet so you can find me It's Dave, log PT. You know, if there's any questions or anything like that, that's probably the best, best way to reach me is either directly through DMS, or, or through my Twitter feed. Perfect. And now before we wrap things up, I have one more question. And it's a question I asked everyone is knowing where you are, in your life and in your career? What advice would you give to yourself? Let's say as a new grad, right out of PT school, I would probably, I would say, at that early stage advice, actually was given to me before is don't always don't say no. Always say yes to opportunities, especially in that, that early career, that if an opportunity comes along, take it, it may or may not be the perfect opportunity. It may not be what you dreamed of, but it more likely or not, will   33:32 be the a value to you. And many times it's a huge stepping stone. I would say you know, an opportunity comes along, say yes. Especially when you're young. Yes, yes. Young and full of energy. I think that's great advice. So listen, David, thank you so much for coming on the podcast breaking down this paper. It's a great paper. So congratulations on that. So thank you for coming on. You. Thank You, anytime and everyone. Thanks so much for listening, have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart. And a big thank you to Dr. David lager stat for coming on the program and talking all about load parameters around the knee joint and of course, a big thank you to Net Health. So again, their digital digital marketing solutions can help your clinic win by allowing you to get found get chosen and get those five star reviews on Google. They have a new offer if you sign up and complete a marketing on it to learn how digital marketing solutions can up your clinic when they'll buy lunch for your office. Head over to net help.com forward slash li T zy to sign up for your complimentary marketing audit today.   34:41 Thank you for listening and please subscribe to the podcast at podcast dot healthy wealthy smart.com And don't forget to follow us on social media

Dairy Science Digest
2.11 | Measuring Fat During the Transition Period

Dairy Science Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 18:18


As the dairy cow transitions from dry to lactating, she experiences numerous changes. This month we learn more about the biological details of fat metabolism. Dr. Contreras, from Michigan State University, guides us through a discussion around the project specifically focusing in on what occurs to the fat, at a cellular level, of a cow challenged by disease – specifically ketosis. Listen in to better understand the 3 major mechanisms to control fat mobilization in your fresh cow pen. This “benchtop” laboratory work has paved the way to brainstorm supportive solutions. The article highlighted from the @JournalOfDairyScience is titled: Lipopolysaccharide induces lipolysis and insulin resistance in adipose tissue from dairy cows. Found at: https://www.journalofdairyscience.org/article/S0022-0302(21)00970-X/fulltext If you would like to sponsor a future podcast, please reach out at: reagan@modairy.org.   #2xAg2030; #journalofdairyscience; #transitioncow; #fatmetabolism

GrassCast
Measuring perennial agriculture's impact on water quailty - Research by Jacob Henden

GrassCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 11:58


Every couple of weeks, Grassland 2.0 participants meet on Zoom for a project-wide lab meeting. This episode features an edited recording of one of these meetings, in which UW-Madison graduate student Jacob Henden presents his research design and responds to comments from attendees. We'll hear how tricky it is to separate the influence of perennial groundcover from other related factors, and why making promises about improving water quality could backfire in the short-term.GrassCast is supported by the Grassland 2.0 project.  This project is made possible thanks to a Sustainable Agricultural Systems Coordinated Agriculture grant from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture.  

MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth
Measuring Marketing Without Vanity Metrics -- Chris Walker // Refine Labs

MarTech Podcast // Marketing + Technology = Business Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 16:26


Chris Walker, the CEO of Refine Labs, explains the difference between right and wrong in marketing. Today, a lot of marketers get distracted by metrics that don't even affect their bottom line. You want to be looking at factors that count toward your business success. So today, Chris talks about measuring marketing without vanity metrics. Show NotesConnect With:Chris Walker: Website // LinkedInThe MarTech Podcast: Email // LinkedIn // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn // TwitterSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Islanders Never Say Die Podcast
Measuring Stick Games for the Islanders: Episode 93

Islanders Never Say Die Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 184:49


TJ and The Grumpy Old Man talk about the Islanders' recent loss against the New Jersey Devils and the upcoming games against the Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers. Make sure to check out TJ and The Grumpy Old Man's general sports podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCotIBUwJ8aL4GegP7I0lpMA #NewYorkIslanders #Islanders #isles

Accounting Matters
Stock-Based Compensation Part 1: An Overview – Happy People, Compliant Financials

Accounting Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 26:25


We all know why companies use stock-based compensation – to supercharge their talent strategy and incentivize performance and loyalty. But as Embarkers Adam Olsen, Sarah Cage Richter, and James Durrenburger discuss in this first episode of a two-part series, there are a few areas that can make accounting for them pretty tricky, including: Which stock-based arrangements fall under the scope of the guidance in ASC 718? Measuring the awards using the fair-value based method Vesting considerations and conditions Classifying awards on the balance sheet For more information on lease modifications and remeasurements under stock-based compensation: Best Practices for Choosing & Maintaining a Stock Comp Plan How to Choose the Right Stock Comp Accounting Software Comparing The Best Stock Compensation Software Solutions ASC 718, Compensation–Stock Compensation Connect with Embark on: LinkedIn Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Listen to Accounting Matters on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Spotify.

Cruciform Ministries
Measuring the City

Cruciform Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 38:00


Keys of the Kingdom
11/13/21: Habakkuk 3

Keys of the Kingdom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 115:00


Time to talk Kingdom!; DNA; Quantum Biology; Procreation; Life; How do you know murder is wrong?; Idolatry; Seeing truth; Altering your perception; Habakkuk 3 as poetry (pattern); Meaning added to message; Your choice; Cause and effect; Your source of life; Hab 3:1; Poem/song; Hebrew word "afraid" yod-resh-aleph+tav+yod; Habakkuk's prayer; Modern-day interpretation; Prophecy edge; "Charagma"; Judging others; Wickedness; Kyle Rittenhouse; Rain in the desert; Cultivating Holy Spirit; Revival; shem-nun-yod-mem; Mercy by faith; Looking to Tree of Life; Looking for power in knowledge; "Timon"; Are you hearing God?; Timeless spiritual message; Fear not!; Focus on spiritual; Seek peaceful confirmation; "Pestilence"; Hab 3:5 - see in the spirit; "Measuring"; Hab 3:6; Mountains and hills; Horses/Chariots - symbolic; God is not mad; Serving God and life; The will of the Father; Spiritual message - not of fear; Overwhelming anger and hate; Come together in righteousness; Devouring the poor?; Wicked want you eating of Tree of Knowledge; City of blood/oppression; Rely on the Holy Spirit; The LORD's way; Vibrations; What does it mean?; Christ's international body of charity; Psalm 7:1 - "Shigionoth"; Laying down your life for others; Giving life/choice; The devolution of charity; Kingdom not for cowards; Land of the brave?; Song of Moses and the Lamb; Understanding the Old Testament; Witnessing events around us; Social safety nets; Christ's commands; Holding YOU in trust; De 33:2; Who are the saints?; Our job; Baalam and Nicolaitans; Giving power to men; Returning choice to the people; God's judgement - your eyes have been darkened; Opportunity for awakening; Spirit first!

A Lamp for Today
Lighting Up the Apocalypse 19: On Measuring, Not Measuring, Witnessing, and Woes

A Lamp for Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 12:24


We look to John's intriguing vision of the Temple and the two witnesses in Revelation 11:1-14, aided by the visions of two earlier prophets in Ezekiel 40 and Zechariah 4. John's images help us to understand that the bitter-sweet scroll pertains to us, and our witness in a God-defying world, as we follow the slaughtered-standing Lamb wherever He goes.

BSD Now
428: Cult of BSD

BSD Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 54:21


OpenBSD Part 1: How it all started, Explaining top(1) on FreeBSD, Measuring power efficiency of a CPU frequency scheduler on OpenBSD, CultBSD, a whole lot of BSD bits, and more. NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap (https://www.tarsnap.com/bsdnow) and the BSDNow Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/bsdnow) Headlines What every IT person needs to know about OpenBSD Part 1: How it all started (https://blog.apnic.net/2021/10/28/openbsd-part-1-how-it-all-started/) Explaining top(1) on FreeBSD (https://klarasystems.com/articles/explaining-top1-on-freebsd/) News Roundup Measuring power efficiency of a CPU frequency scheduler on OpenBSD (https://dataswamp.org/~solene/2021-09-26-openbsd-power-usage.html) CultBSD (https://sourceforge.net/projects/cult-bsd/) Beastie Bits • [OpenBSD on the HiFive Unmatched](https://kernelpanic.life/hardware/hifive-unmatched.html) • [Advanced Documentation Retrieval on FreeBSD](https://adventurist.me/posts/00306) • [OpenBSD Webzine Issue 3 is out](https://webzine.puffy.cafe/issue-3.html) • [How to connect and use Bluetooth headphones on FreeBSD](https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/bluetooth-audio-how-to-connect-and-use-bluetooth-headphones-on-freebsd.82671/) • [How To: Execute Firefox in a jail using iocage and ssh/jailme](https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/how-to-execute-firefox-in-a-jail-using-iocage-and-ssh-jailme.53362/) • [Understanding AWK](https://earthly.dev/blog/awk-examples/) • [“Domesticate Your Badgers” Kickstarter Opens](https://mwl.io/archives/13297) • [Bootstrap an OPNsense development environment in Vagrant](https://github.com/punktDe/vagrant-opnsense) • [VLANs Bridges and LAG Interface best practice questions](https://www.truenas.com/community/threads/vlans-bridges-and-lag-interface-best-practice-questions.93275/) • [A Console Desktop](https://pspodcasting.net/dan/blog/2018/console_desktop.html) • [CharmBUG Casual BSD Meetup and Games (Online)](https://www.meetup.com/CharmBUG/events/281822524) Tarsnap This weeks episode of BSDNow was sponsored by our friends at Tarsnap, the only secure online backup you can trust your data to. Even paranoids need backups. Feedback/Questions Dan - ZFS question (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/428/feedback/Dan%20-%20ZFS%20question.md) Lars - Thanks for the interview (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/428/feedback/Lars%20-%20Thanks%20for%20the%20interview.md) jesse - migrating data from old laptop (https://github.com/BSDNow/bsdnow.tv/blob/master/episodes/428/feedback/jesse%20-%20migrating%20data%20from%20old%20laptop.md) *** Send questions, comments, show ideas/topics, or stories you want mentioned on the show to feedback@bsdnow.tv (mailto:feedback@bsdnow.tv) ***

Work. Shouldnt. Suck.
Intentionality and Environmental Impacts (EP.48)

Work. Shouldnt. Suck.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 46:30


This conversation was recorded as part of Work Shouldn't Suck's https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/ethical-reopening-summit-2021 (Ethical Re-Opening Summit) that took place on April 27, 2021. This past year saw the environmental impacts of the workplace shift dramatically. For many, travel for work was completely erased, both commuting and related business travel. Conferences that traditionally attracted hundreds or thousands of in-person attendees shifted to online offerings. As we consider how to reopen our workplaces, how can we do that in intentional ways that center our impact on planet and people? Resources mentioned during session:Howlround's https://howlround.com/tags/climate-change (Climate Change resources) https://artscarbon.com/ (Carbon emissions calculator for streaming media) “https://howlround.com/streaming-just-transition (A Producer's Guide to Measuring, Budgeting, and Lowering the Carbon Emissions of Livestreams and Video Conferences)” by Vijay Mathew https://www.jasonhickel.org/less-is-more (Less is More: How Degrowth Will Save The World) by Jason Hickel KRISTA BRADLEY is Director of Programs and Resources at the Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP), the national service organization for the performing arts presenting industry. At APAP she's responsible for the professional development programming for the annual conference as well as year-round programs, leadership development initiatives, regranting programs and resources that advance the skills, knowledge and capabilities of APAP's membership. Prior to APAP, she was Executive and Artistic Director of BlackRock Center for the Arts, a nonprofit multidisciplinary arts center in Maryland, and Program Officer of Performing Arts for Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation. She brings more than twenty years of experience working in the nonprofit, performing arts, and philanthropy sectors as a curator, funder, arts administrator and consultant for organizations such as the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, the Walker Arts Center, Houston Grand Opera and Opera America. Krista is also a practicing musician, a current member of the Thomas Circle Singers, a DC-based choral ensemble, and a former board member of APAP. She holds a B.A. degree in Literature and Society from Brown University. ALEXIS FRASZ is a researcher, writer, strategic thinker, program designer, and advisor to partners in culture, philanthropy, and the environmental sector working for transformative change and a just transition. She is a co-director of Helicon Collaborative and leads their work at the intersection of culture and the environment. Her perspective on systems change draws on her artistic practices and diverse background in anthropology, Chinese Medicine, permaculture, and Buddhism. She believes in the need to build solidarity between artists and culture and broader movements working for racial, ecological, and economic justice. Alexis also teaches on creative civic leadership for artists and non-artists, and is faculty for the cultural leadership program at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity and Julie's Bicycle's https://www.creativeclimateleadership.com/ (Creative Climate Leadership program). Her research on http://artmakingchange.org/ (socially engaged artistic practice )has informed artist training curriculums and philanthropic programs worldwide. She is actively engaged in Helicon's ongoing work to address https://heliconcollab.net/our_work/not-just-money/ (inequities )in cultural philanthropy. Alexis graduated Summa cum Laude from Princeton University with a degree in Cultural Anthropology and has pursued Master's level study in Chinese Medicine.  She is an advisor of the https://publicbankeastbay.org/ (Public Bank East Bay), the http://www.headlands.org/ (Headlands Center for the Arts,) and https://www.artistsliteracies.org/ (The Artist's Literacy's Institute). She lives in Oakland, where she spends as much...

PodCasts – McAlvany Weekly Commentary
If Volcker Was Measuring, Inflation Now At 13%

PodCasts – McAlvany Weekly Commentary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 48:53


McAlvany Weekly Commentary West in ignorant bliss as China buys up the gold What exactly does Powell mean by “Transitory Inflation” Germans call Christine Lagarde “Madame Inflation” The post If Volcker Was Measuring, Inflation Now At 13% appeared first on McAlvany Weekly Commentary.

Eat Train Prosper
Measuring Gains with a DEXA Scan | ETP#43

Eat Train Prosper

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 53:45


We talk a lot about objectivity on the podcast and one of the top ways to objectively measure changes in lean body mass and fat mass is by getting a DEXA Scan. Today we talk about how it can be beneficial, what you should do to control as many variables as possible, and some of the discrepancies you may find between a DEXA and some other more commonly used methods. Thanks for listening! ✌️Nutrition Coaching with Aaron ⬇️https://strakernutritionco.com/metabolic-performance-protocolDone For You Client Check-In System for Online Coaches ⬇️https://strakernutritionco.com/macronutrient-reporting-check-in-template/Follow Bryan's Evolved Training Systems Programming ⬇️https://evolvedtrainingsystems.comFind Us on Social Media  ⬇️Instagram: @Eat.Train.ProsperInstagram: @bryanboorsteinInstagram: @aaron_strakerYouTube: EAT TRAIN PROSPER PODCAST

The FlipMyFunnel Podcast
983: The Attribution Mirage: Uncovering The Hidden Channel of Social

The FlipMyFunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 52:39


Measuring revenue channel success can be tricky in modern times. Before, executives could look at incoming leads, and other traceable metrics to know how well they're doing. But in the digital age where word of mouth through social media carries a hefty amount of the revenue, it might be time to ditch attribution software for less conventional tactics like asking customers directly. To walk us through why it's important to move away from attribution software, we speak with Chris Walker, CEO of Refine Labs. What we discussed: Why attribution software is no longer enoughThe attribution mirageAudience questions & answersThis is a #FlipMyFunnel podcast. Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here.Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Flip My Funnel in your favorite podcast player.

Vive Nutrition Radio
How much should you eat for your goals? Three ways to figure it out.

Vive Nutrition Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 54:07


In today's episode we covered one of the most common questions people have about nutrition: "how much should I eat?" And specifically, how much should you eat if you have specific goals such as fat loss or muscle gain? There is no single correct way to figure this out that works for everyone; instead, we discussed three tools that can help you make this process easier.   The Cliff Notes Why simply saying "eat less" isn't very good weight loss advice Macro counting to determine food needs Importance of auditing your nutrition Measuring portions using your hands Mindful eating The Hunger and Fullness Scale Why mindful eating is important...even if you track macros   TO CONNECT WITH ME  On Instagram: www.instagram.com/andresayesta On TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/tLLoyS/ On Youtube www.youtube.com/c/andresayesta Podcast IG page: www.instagram.com/planos_nutrition On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/planosnutrition Our Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1934943366627043/?ref=bookmarks   FREE RESOURCES To download my Macro Counting Guide tap here  To download my Macro friendly meal planning guide tap here   TO JOIN OUR PRIVATE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY  Planos Nutrition Club - tap here   FOR NUTRITION COACHING Apply here at https://planosnutrition.com/application

On Brand with Nick Westergaard
Measuring Brand Dominance with Jonathan Tuttle

On Brand with Nick Westergaard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 23:31


“Good things take time to build.” In his work as Founding Director of the digital marketing agency Revenue Ascend, Jonathan Tuttle helps brands of all shapes and sizes build good things. How do you know if something in marketing is good? Measurement and ROI—and we spent a lot of time talking about best practices and more this week on the On Brand podcast. About Jonathan Tuttle Jonathan Tuttle is the Founding Director of Revenue Ascend, a leading digital marketing agency based in Chicago. The firm is focused on driving new growth and generating measurable ROI. The agency was designed to dominate the market while working with each brand individually. Beyond this foundation, Revenue Ascend also creates a customized tactical marketing playbook and growth strategy. Jonathan is also a Fund Manager at Midwest Park Capital, a private real estate investment firm. Episode Highlights & Takeaways WORLD DOMINATION! As Jonathan's bio notes, Revenue Ascend helps clients dominate the market. We kicked off the show defining domination. “It's really about being everywhere,” he notes. Measurement and ROI best practices. Before planning your 2022 digital marketing strategy and budget, be sure to listen to Jonathan's best practices on what to measure and when. “A lot of times we expect to get $1 back out for what we put in yesterday. Good things take time to build.” What brand has made Jonathan smile recently? In a first in the nearly 300-episode history of the On Brand podcast, we stumped our guest. Why? “I've been really frustrated. So many businesses have been dropping the ball and not giving back.” To learn more, go to RevenueAscend.com. As We Wrap … Did you hear something you liked on this episode or another? Do you have a question you'd like our guests to answer? Let me know on Twitter using the hashtag #OnBrandPodcast and you may just hear your thoughts here on the show. On Brand is sponsored by my book Brand Now. Discover the seven dynamics to help your brand stand out in our crowded, distracted world. Order now and get special digital extras. Learn more. Subscribe to the podcast – You can subscribe to the show via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, and RSS. Rate and review the show – If you like what you're hearing, head over to Apple Podcasts and click that 5-star button to rate the show. And, if you have a few extra seconds, write a couple of sentences and submit a review. This helps others find the podcast. OK. How do you rate and review a podcast? Need a quick tutorial on leaving a rating/review in iTunes? Check this out. Until next week, I'll see you on the Internet!

Payment Integrity Perspectives: how health plans innovate
Measuring the Value of Payment Integrity

Payment Integrity Perspectives: how health plans innovate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 14:52


One of the primary reasons health plans seek digital transformation is for its potential as a more reliable source of information and insights. L.A. Care Health Plan was no different, but the stakes were even higher. Because the payment integrity function was relatively new, they were under arguably greater pressure to increase visibility and definitively prove their value and impact. In this episode, Erik Chase, Gladys Oswell and Shonnie Davis tell of how their value and focus evolves over time as their function matures and how they're collaborating cross-functionally to share those insights via Pareo. Joined by Coy Page, Dana Ryan and Jeff McNeese of ClarisHealth who discuss the value of insights and analytics in a health plan's ability to measure the success of their strategy – and move their payment integrity program forward. Guests: L.A. Care: Erik Chase, Gladys Oswell, Shonnie Davis ClarisHealth: Coy Page, Dana Ryan, Jeff McNeese --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/payment-integrity-podcast/message

Living Lean
PART 2: Q+A W/ Chaz: Best Hypertrophy Supersets, Measuring Progress When Building, Pull-Ups vs. Chin-Ups, And More...

Living Lean

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 30:31


Apply for coaching with our team: https://jeremiahbair.typeform.com/to/ubUfJiEuApply for online coaching with our team: https://jeremiahbair.typeform.com/to/ubUfJiEu

Curiosity Daily
Smallest Flying Tech, Myers-Briggs Myth, Brazil Nut Effect

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 12:46


Learn about the smallest flying structure ever made; Myers-Briggs' big problem; and why the biggest nuts end up on top. Flying microstructure the size of a grain of sand is the smallest humans have ever made by Briana Brownell Neuman, S. (2021, September 23). Flying Microchips The Size Of A Sand Grain Could Be Used For Population Surveillance. NPR.org. https://www.npr.org/2021/09/23/1040035430/flying-microchip-sand-grain-northwestern-winged  ‌Winged microchip is smallest-ever human-made flying structure. (2021). Northwestern.edu. https://news.northwestern.edu/stories/2021/september/microflier-winged-microchip-is-smallest-ever-human-made-flying-structure/ ‌ Kim, B. H., Li, K., Kim, J.-T., Park, Y., Jang, H., Wang, X., Xie, Z., Won, S. M., Yoon, H.-J., Lee, G., Jang, W. J., Lee, K. H., Chung, T. S., Jung, Y. H., Heo, S. Y., Lee, Y., Kim, J., Cai, T., Kim, Y., & Prasopsukh, P. (2021). Three-dimensional electronic microfliers inspired by wind-dispersed seeds. Nature, 597(7877), 503–510. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03847-y  ‌Surveillance. (2019, June 27). PHCPI. https://improvingphc.org/improvement-strategies/adjustment-population-health-needs/surveillance  If You Swear By Your Myers-Briggs Type, We Have Bad News by Anna Todd  The Myers & Briggs Foundation. (2021). Myersbriggs.org. https://www.myersbriggs.org/  ‌Pittenger, D. (n.d.). Measuring the MBTI... And Coming Up Short. https://jobtalk.indiana.edu/HRMWebsite/hrm/articles/develop/mbti.pdf  Cunningham, L. (2012, December 14). Myers-Briggs: Does it pay to know your type? Washington Post; The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/on-leadership/myers-briggs-does-it-pay-to-know-your-type/2012/12/14/eaed51ae-3fcc-11e2-bca3-aadc9b7e29c5_story.html  ‌Burnett, D. (2013, March 19). Nothing personal: The questionable Myers-Briggs test. The Guardian; The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/science/brain-flapping/2013/mar/19/myers-briggs-test-unscientific  Drake Baer. (2014, June 18). Myers-Briggs Personality Test Is Misleading. Business Insider; Business Insider. https://www.businessinsider.com/myers-briggs-personality-test-is-misleading-2014-6  The Brazil Nut Effect Is The Mysterious Reason Big Nuts End Up On Top by Ashley Hamer  Ouellette, J. (2016, April 14). The Brazil Nut Effect Is More Complicated Than You Think. Gizmodo; Gizmodo. https://gizmodo.com/the-brazil-nut-effect-is-more-complicated-than-you-thin-1770850855 ‌ Ouellette, J. (2021, April 19). Cracking the case: New study sheds more light on the “Brazil nut effect.” Ars Technica; Ars Technica. https://arstechnica.com/science/2021/04/cracking-the-case-new-study-sheds-more-light-on-the-brazil-nut-effect/  Gajjar, P., Johnson, C. G., Carr, J., Chrispeels, K., Gray, J. M. N. T., & Withers, P. J. (2021). Size segregation of irregular granular materials captured by time-resolved 3D imaging. Scientific Reports, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-87280-1  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dave Pamah Show
Measuring leadership effectiveness with Michael Tanner

The Dave Pamah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 27:52


In this episode I speak to Michael Tanner who is a leadership veteran with more than 28 years of highly engaged and practical experience. Through successful leadership positions of increasing scope, ranging from the U.S. Marine Corps infantry to C-suite executive, Michael is constantly increasing his knowledge and experience as a leadership practitioner. Check out Michael's leadership content at http://credibleleaders.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Joy to Lead Podcast
Measuring Non-Scale Victories

The Joy to Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 11:40


Ready for your next steps? Expand your leadership and build your dream team. Join the Joy to Lead Leadership Academy today!

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Ireland measuring and assessing climate change

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 6:01


Keith Lambkin, senior climatologist at Met Eireann, on Ireland's changing climate and the COP26 summit in Glasgow.

Unleashed - How to Thrive as an Independent Professional
452. David Edelman on AI in Marketing

Unleashed - How to Thrive as an Independent Professional

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 27:42


David Edelman spent 30 years as a Chief Marketing Officer (at Aetna/CVS), and consultant to executives on Digital and Marketing Transformation with McKinsey, Digitas, and the Boston Consulting Group. He is now a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School and serves as an advisor to top executives in start-up, Private Equity, and larger enterprises. In today's episode, David talks about the use of AI in marketing. You can reach David through his LinkedIn profile or email him at dedelman@hbs.edu. Key points include: 03:44: The different aspects of marketing 08:38: How AI can be used in marketing 15:50: The prerequisites a company needs to employ AI 21:16: Measuring the ROI on AI-driven tools Unleashed is produced by Umbrex, which has a mission of connecting independent management consultants with one another, creating opportunities for members to meet, build relationships, and share lessons learned. Learn more at www.umbrex.com.

Beating The Drum
Why Behavior Change is Key to Measuring Your Retention Efforts with Janet Dulsky

Beating The Drum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 38:50


Janet Dulsky is the Director, Global Retention Marketing, Adobe. Janet describes her team as the “marketing arm” for customer success and has a cutting-edge approach to engagement. She shares why their framework starts and ends with talking to customers, how email and in-product guidance have become some of their strongest channels, and why behavior change...

Bikini Diaries
182: Putting on mass and using improvement season effectively with Laura Moore-Shay

Bikini Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 55:30


The woman we will be talking all things Bikini with today had a wonderful journey to her pro card. She has been competing for 5 years, and she's an engineer, a coach, and an IFBB Bikini Professional. Did I mention she's also 6 feet tall?! In this episode, she shares with us SO many helpful nuggets on how to put on mass, as she has been able to increase her stage weight by 20 pounds (now that's amazing)! She's also going to give us lots of helpful tips on how to have successful improvement seasons so we can be better athletes. I know you are going to love everything Laura Moore-Shay has to share inside of the episode!   Here's what you'll hear: [5:30] - Bikini Hack [14:30] - Learning how to lift [17:30] - Deciding to continue with competing [19:30] - Competing at 6 feet tall [23:00] - All about improvement season [32:30] - Measuring mass [38:00] - How you feel in improvement season verses in prep [43:00] - Going into the season [46:30] - What made Laura want to keep showing up [49:00] - Time between shows [52:30] - Goals moving forward [54:00] - Dear Diary   Find Laura on IG @laura_ifbbpro   ----->FREE COURSE: Introduction to Bikini - Head here for access!: https://vibe-athletics.mykajabi.com/offers/gCkCdsRz   ----->FREE PREVIEW of The Bikini Diaries Posing Academy - Head here for access!: https://vibe-athletics.mykajabi.com/offers/iJznWDmN   ----->NEW! Are you ready for the Tan Yourself Blueprint Course?! It's here! https://vibe-athletics.mykajabi.com/offers/j2Yfzn5z/checkout    ---->NEW! And don't forget about the Bikini Diaries Posing Academy! Head here for access!: https://vibe-athletics.mykajabi.com/offers/rtFcPFDL/checkout   ---MINDSET-BASED PREP & LIFESTYLE COACHING--- The Stage-Ready Blueprint Apply (https://calendly.com/naiymafit/discovery-call)   ---THE BIKINI STOP SHOP--- Merchandise on all things bikini! Grab your Bikini Diaries Honorary Tee to support the podcast! Head HERE (https://www.etsy.com/shop/MyBikiniStop)   ---BIKINI DIARIES FACEBOOK GROUP--- Join the Bikini Diaries Facebook Group Bikini Diaries (https://www.facebook.com/groups/464593417509682/)   ---ANGEL COMPETITION BIKINIS--- Use the code Bikinidiaries for 10% off your purchase at Angel Competition Bikinis (https://angelcompetitionbikinis.com/) Don't forget to order your free sample kit HERE!!! (https://angelcompetitionbikinis.com/pages/free)   ---PRO TAN--- The highest quality competition tanning product! Visit protanusa.com! Use code bikinidiaries for 20% of your next order

The Modern Manager: Create and Lead Successful Teams
177: Measuring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Your Team with Erica Lee

The Modern Manager: Create and Lead Successful Teams

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021


Organizations are prioritizing DEI, but what is guiding their decisions? It’s important to gather data that can inform strategies, programmatic investments, and help track progress. But what data is captured, as well as how that data is gathered, is critical. Today’s guest is Erica Lee. Erica is the co-founder and COO of Pluto, a startup advancing DEI through analytics and communication tools. Her background is in law, international development and policy. Erica and I talk about how to measure diversity, equity, and inclusion within your team or organization. We talk about the process of gathering data, protecting privacy, turning responses into insight and more. Members of the Modern Manager community get a complimentary 30-minute consult with me to help you strategize rolling out a DEI survey. Get it when you join the Modern Manager community. Subscribe to my newsletter to get episodes, articles and free mini-guides delivered to your inbox. Read the related blog article: What Most DEI Surveys Get Wrong—And How to do it Right KEEP UP WITH ERICA Website: https://pluto.life/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erica-lee-2013/ Key Takeaways: We can approach DEI just like any other business goals: using data driven strategy and tracking progress. DEI surveys need to go deeper than HR data to help us understand diversity.. They should provide an opportunity for people to see themselves in the responses. DEI surveys should address equity and inclusion such as a person’s sense of belonging, if they are getting the promotions and pay they desire, and more. Pluto creates an evolving story from the survey responses rather than just a checklist. “Other” is never an option. The best surveys are ones where people can reflect and learn about themselves. When people don’t trust surveys, they disengage. They need to feel their information and privacy are protected. Managers were surprised to learn from Pluto about their team’s mental health issues. If Pluto isn’t the right tool for your team, find pre-built DEI surveys that ensure privacy. Don’t use an excel spreadsheet where you

Pilates Business Podcast
The Real Reasons Businesses Fail (and what to do about it)

Pilates Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 22:19


If you become better prepared as a studio business owner, you can make things easier on yourself and avoid some common pitfalls that so many business owners face. And that's our goal with today's episode of the Pilates Business Podcast.We are going to learn 4 of the real reasons studio businesses fail and offer up solutions to make sure you can avoid these mistakes. We will talk about:✅ Keeping your eyes on your business, not your competitors✅ The all important marketing funnel✅ Measuring progress, and✅ Focusing on your clients.

The Business of Authority
Profit Matters

The Business of Authority

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 33:47


Why profit is the most important measure of how your business is doing—even when profits are not your purpose.The difference between relying on vanity metrics and your bottom line to show you how you're doing.Measuring impact vs. measuring revenue and what you need to build so they grow in tandem.How to avoid short-term thinking while still keeping your eye on your profit line.The value of reliability in your profit generation—and what that buys you in your business and your ability to make an impact.Quotables“You can't buy Cheerios with likes on Twitter.”—JS“My concern sometimes with these giant lists is that they don't have this commonality in the audience that is going to help you grow your business.”—RM“You can measure impact. And that's a great thing to measure, but you can't eat it for dinner.”—JS“Once you run the long-term profit numbers, then you can make a wise-for-you investment decision. This is a good idea, a bad idea, or I'm not sure. Maybe I need to test it more.”—RM“I always notice when businesses basically tank because some cost cutter becomes the CEO—like the COO or the CFO becomes the CEO—and they stop investing in innovation.”—JS“You can't cut your way to innovation. You can't cut your way to being the industry leader. It just doesn't work that way.”—RM“If you're going to call yourself a business, then you need to have profits. Even though profits aren't your purpose, they still need to be there.”—JS“Until there's some kind of reliability built into your revenue model, your business is really hard to sustain.”—RM

Cheapseat Reviews
Episode #369 Halloween Kills (Angry Shawn)

Cheapseat Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 111:44


2021's Halloween Kills The saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode continues in the next thrilling chapter of the Halloween series. Chris L from Measuring the Score Podcast joins us to discuss the sequel to the 2018 movie, Halloween.  This horror movie has been all over the map with reviews. Some like it, some hate it.  There are lots of kills and lots of bad decisions.  Cheapseat Reviews the podcast that explores the Hollywood film industry for the greater good.  

The 365 Days of Astronomy, the daily podcast of the International Year of Astronomy 2009

https://youtu.be/05h3MSZd_GI Host: Fraser Cain ( @fcain )Special Guest: This week we had a guest but he had a family emergency and had to cancel at the last minute. Regular Guests: Beth Johnson - SETI Institute ( @SETIInstitute & @planetarypan ) Pam Hoffman ( http://spacer.pamhoffman.com/ & http://everydayspacer.com/ & @EverydaySpacer ) Veranika (Nika) Klimovich ( @veranikaspace & Pictame: @nika_klim ) This week's stories: - A planet in ANOTHER GALAXY! - Everything to see in the fall skies. - Artemis 1 is fully stacked. - Measuring the atmosphere of a planet 340 ly away. (H2O & CO2) - 20 years of PROBA-1!   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.

Wandering But Not Lost Podcast | Real Estate Coaching & Wandering Zen
Episode 187: Tracking & Measuring Your Results

Wandering But Not Lost Podcast | Real Estate Coaching & Wandering Zen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 37:25


You can't improve what you don't measure!  So, we conclude business planning month with how to track & measure your results successfully.  We'll provide you with some insight into staying on track a few tools to help you stay there.  Let's jump in... Find our show notes at https://www.wbnlcoaching.com/podcast

The John Batchelor Show
1799: Measuring Mayors, Part 1. @HarrySiegel @NYDailyNews

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 12:25


Photo:  "The Ruined Town"  1630 - 1690; Art Institute of Chicago Measuring Mayors, Part 1. @HarrySiegel @NYDailyNews https://www.nydailynews.com/opinion/ny-oped-the-measure-of-bill-de-blasio-20211023-bizns6jhvbajrng7tnbkua6sba-story.html

The FlipMyFunnel Podcast
973: Keeping An Edge In The Market w/ Competitive Enablement

The FlipMyFunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 28:39


Your company doesn't exist in a vacuum. It's a push and pull relationship with competing companies. Ignoring key aspects of direct competitors is a misstep that can inhibit the go-to-market team and, ultimately, your success.Sudeep Cherian, Senior Director and Head of Global Product and Solutions Marketing at LinkedIn, discusses competitive enablement and how it helps his team win business. Sudeep covers:Internal team structure & collaboration tactics The difference between sales enablement & revenue enablementFinding & obtaining relevant intel on competitors Measuring success in relation with sales enablementThis is a #FlipMyFunnel podcast. Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here.Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Flip My Funnel in your favorite podcast player.

The Daily Standup
Measuring our Agile Health - Agility Assessments & GROW

The Daily Standup

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 9:28


I have been asked MANY times for a reliable way to measure the Agile Health of an organization. While there are many scorecards and radar that provide information, are they truly measuring what matters the most? Join V. Lee Henson, President and Founder of AgileDad as we explore the best ways to measure health and GROW! 

Bulletproof Radio
How Measuring Brain Function Leads to Performance Upgrades – David Oakley, Ph.D., with Dave Asprey : 867

Bulletproof Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 74:34


SPECIAL OFFERS FOR BULLETPROOF RADIO LISTENERSMeasure Brain Function: Learn more and get a special discounted package at https://wavimed.com/, use code DAVEWE APPRECIATE OUR PARTNERS. CHECK THEM OUT!Non-Tobacco Nicotine Alternative: https://lucy.co, use code DAVE20 to get 20% off your first order of pouches, gums, or lozengesRevitalize Your Mitochondria: https://www.timelinenutrition.com, use code ASPREY10 to get 10% off the plan of your choiceEat Good Keto Bread: https://www.uprisingfood.com/DAVE, use code DAVE to get $10 off the starter bundle. That includes two superfood cubes and a four pack of freedom chips!IN THIS EPISODE OF BULLETPROOF RADIO... I talked to the co-founder of WAVi at the 7th Annual Biohacking Conference in Orlando, Florida. Physicist David Oakley created a device that's used to directly measure brain function and gives you a 360-degree assessment of your brain performance.WAVi is an all-in-one measurement platform. Users get objective information about brain function through EEG, visual ERP, auditory ERP, heart rate variability (HRV), Trail Making, standard assessments and more. This full FDA-regulated Class II device measures biomarkers of your brain with detail and precision in under 15 minutes.“People measure their weight every day, right?” David says. “Step on the scale, “Where am I at today?” So, we should be measuring our brains regularly. Someday there will be WAVi in doctors' offices and you'll check your brain like you check your weight.”For an introduction to WAVi, listen to Bulletproof Radio episode #619: Your Brain Voltage: Measure It, Raise It, Control It. In this interview, David and I go really deep into the science behind WAVi's development. We get into physics, neuroscience, brain data, scientific inquiry and what's exciting about the future of brain performance research. David comes from a long family line of inventors and creators. His own career as a physicist includes research and teaching at universities. He was also a researcher at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and has analyzed data within neutrino astrophysics, a branch of astronomy that observes astronomical objects with neutrino detectors in special observatories.He has published research and articles in the areas of physics, medicine, and art. At mid-life he turned to brain data and created WAVi: a mix of art, science, commerce, and public service.He made the move to study the brain when he met a fellow scientist David B. Jaffe. “He started showing all the [brain] patterns, and I thought, “This is beautiful,” David says. “It's beautiful waves. You can do a lot with it. You can help people. It's about the same as physics, though. It's the same, just voltage versus time series data.”David's now exploring multiple brain topics, including concussions, Alzheimer's, Dementia, and mental health.You'll also find out why P300 continues to be an important signature of cognitive processes. It's a 300 millisecond time frame that measures brain activity. This includes attention, working memory and dysfunction in neurologic and mental disorders. Ongoing research sees it as a potential genetic marker of mental disorders.“As you age this performance drops and the speed drops,” David explains.And then there's voltage activity that's happening in the brain. And if you can assess and measure what's going on in your brain, you can do something about it.So, this is a really big thing. And I want you guys to think about this. Right now you might be saying, "I'm not a brain scientist, I'm just listening to this." But there's, how fast does the brain respond? And how strongly does the brain respond? Because those are different things. And the reason my brain does what it does, I would say is clearly nutrition and mitochondrial enhancement and supplements and all that kind of stuff.It's a fascinating time to be upgrading your brain! “So, 10 years from now, the happy path is that with the brain scan, the artificial intelligence will know you and know what you need to optimize your brain,” David says. “There won't be a question of, in the ideal world, it's not a question of your brain is slowing down. It will know you on day one and say, “This is what you need to do. As long as you stay with this program, you're going to have an optimized brain. It's not going to slow.” That's my 10-year future.”See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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MAGA Mushroom Measuring Contest, Megan Fox and MGK Are A Living Meme 10.14.21

The Daily Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 72:30


In episode 1008, Jack and Miles are joined by host of the Live To Tape podcast Johnny Pemberton to discuss how Greg Abbot becoming an absurd parody of himself, Mitch McConnell's power waning? Coachella does 180 on vaccines...but why? That Machine Gun Kelly / Megan Fox Interview and more! FOOTNOTES: Greg Abbot becoming an absurd parody of himself Mitch McConnell's power waning? Coachella does 180 on vaccines...but why?  That Machine Gun Kelly / Megan Fox Interview LISTEN: Hiatus Kaiyote - Canopic Jar Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com