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Hey guys, this is Bruce and welcome to another convo course of this podcast. And today I want to talk to you guys about what's been going on in the last few months. I've been able to actually travel while I was between jobs and because I have a high-paying cyber security job, I had one anyway. I was able to quit. My job. I had some family issues like I had to take care of. And my, job was, it was a very high level high stress job. So I was a consultant for all these different organizations and it was just, it was really stressful. And I had all these severe family issues that I needed to take care of. And the, actually the corporation that I worked for was really, kind. And my boss was, took me aside and said, Hey man, if whatever you need we'll, let you. Had to let check a sabbatical and all that kind of stuff, which was very kind, very sweet very good company actually. But the, problem was I had so much travel and I was, I'm a remote worker there, but it was just too much travel. So I couldn't make that match what I was doing with my home life. So I, went ahead and just, I had to leave, but in between I knew I was gonna get another job. Actually, my. Side hustles have been doing so good. I thought maybe that I could just live off of that for some time, but the medical stuff was too high to the medical here in the us is really bad if you didn't know. Anyway, so neither here nor there. I couldn't afford to actually live off of my. My businesses and my all my income streams and stuff. So I'm processing, as in processing stuff, I've did a whole bunch of interviews and everything. I learned quite a bit more about the current state of getting jobs in cyber security. But I was able to get one pretty fast and it was, I was able to get something I really wanted. So a hundred percent remote position making the kind of money I wanna make. And for, and just to give you guys some social proof. what I've been doing. These, if you go to TikTok, a lot of the stuff I posted on TikTok was there's a lot of these videos that I did directly from my travels. Here's let me show you one. Here's one right here where I'm on. I'm in Manila beach, I think so. Yeah. That's Manila beach right there. That's the embassy behind me in Manila. So yeah just did a whole bunch of videos. I was gonna. I was gonna go to all these other sites. I was gonna go to Bali and go to Singapore and, places like that. But I, I just didn't, we had some issues with the flights. So I was just, I just ended up staying in the Philippines the whole time, but I just wanted to let you guys know, like what's possible because I was I'm working this high level job was able to save some money and able to go. Actually take a break for three months. I've been off of work for three months and I could afford it because I just had, I had money and savings. I had all these other resources that I created. And so that's why I, was able to do it, but now I'm going back to work and everything. And I'm not sad about it, but I, would've been a lot happier if my business would've been able to support me and sustain my family for that whole time. But unfortunately unfortunately not . So yeah, thanks everybody for watching me doing this live once again on, on the podcast. And I wanted to talk to you guys about a few things, show you my, new podcast and where that stuff is at. I'm gonna show you the new book that I have. That's coming out to show you to do exactly what I've been doing. It's gonna break all that stuff down and give you a preview of what that's all. and and then I'll just answer some questions. We'll just, we'll keep it loose on this one. Let me show you another picture. This is me. I, was on a rooftop hotels, like a resort. It was really nice. And I'm just telling, talking about showing like me actually doing it and. I've been able to do it by marketing myself. So that's what this video's all about. The video just shows me on the rooftop, jumping in a pool having a good life I wanna show other people how to do it. Exactly what I did. It really works, but let me show you gonna be a book about marketing yourself in cyber security, how to create a resume in cyber security in particular, but it, you can also use it for it or whatever field you're in. Really like the techniques will work in any field, but I want to focus on cyber security cuz that's where that's what I've been doing for the last 20 years. So cyber security and it jobs resume marketing. I'm gonna put this on Amazon. I'm gonna put this on my own personal website and I'll, there'll be two different versions and I'll have an audio version of this book. And what I'm gonna talk about is essentially how to get a path, how create a path in cyber security, cuz there's many cyber security is a huge field. So whenever somebody says, oh, I'm want to get in cybersecurity. It's okay what, exactly do you wanna do in cyber security? Cuz there's forensics. There's incident responders, there's cyber security analysts, there's security compliance people. There's information to security officers. There's engineers, architects, there's CIO, CSOs. There's all different kinds of roles and different kinds of fields within. Within cyber security, crypto cryptography is also a part of considered a part of cyber security as well. So it's just a huge field and it depends on what you're doing. Yeah, here's the book it's gonna talk about, like the format you should use. I'm basically showing everything I've been doing and it's really been world. You wanna be spoon fed that stuff and ask me questions directly. Then that's the course expected results. All I do is talk about what, I'm experiencing. Like I get calls all the time. I can name my price. If I want to go. If I'm willing to travel, I can name my price. I, tell you how to create a profile, how to put yourself out on all these sites and then how to get all the continuous calls. And not only that, but how to. Get the actual format that you need. That's gonna sell yourself. That's gonna be able to be digestible by all these organizations and employers who want you. They're looking for people right now. Cyber security is a huge field and we really don't have enough people doing it. Unfortunately, it's getting so crazy that they're even taking in a lot more entry level people than before. There's lots of opportunities if you've been watching my, my, if you watched my last podcast, I talked about how those out there. And here, they are right here so far. If you want this directly from the site, go, if you happen to be watching me on YouTube, you can click on the link description below, and then it'll go to this site right here, but it's combo courses dot podcast, pod bean.com. And, you'll find it there. All right. Let me see, what else do I need to talk about? What else do I need to talk about? Oh yeah. So that book that I'm writing a cyber security book. That's gonna tell you exactly what I've been doing to market myself and get a lot of different opportunities to get into cyber security and information technology in general. So I'm constantly getting emails, messages, text calls all day long. Maybe I'll probably get an average of. with everything probably six or seven on average a day. Sometimes it's way more. It's actually quite annoying. And now that I actually chose a job, I have to turn all that stuff off. It's just so many opportunities. It's a good problem to have to constantly be sorting through all of these different jobs and stuff. And out of those tons of jobs out of a hundred jobs they're, probably about 30 of them or not 13 of them that I'm. Or yeah, this is a good one. I'm gonna do an interview with this, with these guys so that's what I'm gonna show you guys how to do, but the second book, it's gonna be a two book series. The second book is gonna be based off of this. What you see here on the screen. If you happen to be listening to me, this is the nice framework. So this is an organization called the national initiative for cyber security, careers and studies. These guys have been around for quite some time and what they did. Brilliant. They broke down all the main categories of cyber security in the cyber security workforce. And these categories include there's seven of them and analyze, collect and operate, investigate, operate, and maintain, oversee, and govern, protect, and defend. And then securely provision. And let me just show you like what this is all about. Like you might be like what, does this have to do with your book? Let me just explain to you, so what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna break this down and make it so that it's understandable to, to everybody, like I'm gonna relate this directly to your, you getting a job, because like I said, cyber security is a huge field. What these guys did was they broke it all down. If you go to this site, it's like a huge database. and they have specialty areas in each category, right? So what I'll do I take you to my category? So my category is called oversee and govern. And so this is where a lot of managers, cyber security management, executive cyber cyber leaders are at legal advice, policy procedures, things like that, education, all that kind of stuff, because. It's not usually hands on type stuff. It's more of you're overseeing what's going on. You're making sure everything is being going in the right direction. So my specialty is really this one right here, which is security information system, security managers, and then they have different work roles that, that breaks this breaks in further down into work roles. And so it has abilities knowledge, skills, tasks. And, other things that you need to know, if you're trying to get into this actual work role and it, furthermore, what you can do is, and what I'll do in my book is I break this down into even relate it to directly, to like LinkedIn and indeed and all that stuff. So you can see direct correlation between the categories. That they've broken down here. And actually the categories that are in all cyber security that's cuz that's what they did. They just took seven categories and said, okay, this is how cyber security breaks up. And then they broke that down further into specialized skills. And then they broke those into work roles. so I'm gonna take this stuff and relate it directly to how you can take stuff from indeed stuff from LinkedIn and find your niche that you can actually get into in cyber security. And then once you find your niche, once okay, I wanna be in information security officer. I want to be an information security. I wanna be a COMSEC manager. Then what I'll do is I'll show you how to find. What exact degree you need, if you need one, cause some, don't even need a degree, bro. Some don't even need a degree. Some like just need specific skills, but it'll tell you exactly what skills you need. Exactly what keywords to use on your resume. Exactly. What everything time you can check out this site is, that. Let me see if I can give you guys the link here. If you go to actually, if you go to Google and just type in cyber security workforce, nice. In N I C E, that right there will guide you to this site that I'm showing that I'm, that you see here. It's pretty robust. There's a lot of things going on with this site, cuz these guys are very, active and the department of defense. As well as DHS and all these different agencies use these guys as a reference to know exactly what skills and tasks that are needed to do cyber security. Federal government relies on this, what you see here very heavily. So that's why I decide to make a book about it, to boil it down its stuff, practical knowledge that you can use for your career. Two book series gonna tell you how to market and then how to get the proper career path of what, you want in this field. All right. Let's get into some questions. This was not gonna be too long of a podcast. I'm going to go to, I've got a lot of questions popping up in TikTok. Shockingly enough. I did not expect this, but I've got about 2000 followers there so far and. A bunch very, active a lot of questions here, but let me see if I can answer a couple before I leave. Lemme see here, if you're interested in following me on TikTok, just go to combo courses, go to TikTok and then search combo courses. Okay. So it says, somebody asked me I'm in the healthcare field and I'm. Trying to go with the security plus and the H C I S P which is like a healthcare cyber security certification from ISD two squared to stay relevant. Any tips? Yeah. So this is great. Like this, is an awesome, and I'm gonna make another video about this specifically on TikTok, but I wanted to speak to this on with the podcast. For this as you're going to security, plus, as you're going to H C I S P I would actually do some labs in your house. One of the best things, one of the most, one of the best ways to go deeper. And into this subject is actually have a lab in your house lab. That means get a separate computer, or you can actually do it on your computer that you use, get your laptop, your whatever workstation you use in your house. And you can use something called VMware and you can put different operating systems on that computer. Or you can just buy a whole nother computer, build it from scratch, and then put the security features on that. That's a little bit more expensive with VMware. It allows you to I, don't think it's more in about 200 bucks VMware itself the software sounds, and that sounds pretty expensive, but you're investing in yourself. So just think of it like that. You're investing in yourself, VMware. It works, but for now, I'm just gonna go to the site just to show you how you can create a lab, on your computer. So VMware is a virtual manager and it will, it's an application that sits on. system on your computer, and then you can upload like Linux on it. You can have different versions of windows. You can have Mac all on the same computer, and then you can network 'em together. And it's really cool. It's a really great way to learn how to do whole space firewalls. You can actually, I think you can even put like different firewalls on it. You can put a NAS on it, a firewall. You can have whole little tiny network. If you wanna do this for free. If you like, especially if you're in a networking, there's another thing you can do called GNS three. This is something I used to use to, to practice for CCNA G I used to have a CCNA. I used to be huge into network. it's been a while. So G N S three. So GNS three is actually is free. The only thing that's gonna cost you is your time to figure it out because it's, like a open, last time I checked it, it was an open source simulator. That simulates network environments. Really, cool. It's actually free. Oh, is it not free anymore software that empowers it free download. It's not free. It looks like it's not free. It. Why is this site all fancy now? Oh man. they do this. They put it out for free for a while. Wire shark used to be free too. I think I wanna say NEIS it was even free at one time. Yeah. Look, how many people use this? Anyway, so you download GNS three and it's a virtualized network and you can literally set up a little it's so cool. Like it's this is one of another, one I like to do like a demonstration of it's really, cool. It allows you to configure log in and configure routers and switches and. Messing around with routing protocols and all kinds of stuff is really cool. So yeah, I would, that would be my advice to you is if you're going for a security plus a H C I S P and you're trying to get into this field, especially if you don't have experience, create a lab, put it on your laptop, start messing around with it. So you can then start to understand the inner workings of it. All right. Next question. Dru says, Bruce, in your opinion, what is the most, what is a acceptable salary range for a new is SM or is O so it really depends. That's a great question. By the way, it really depends on where you're at in the United States. And here's why I say that because if we type in ISO pay scale ISO pay scale, watch. It's gonna it's they have a price range, but it really depends. What you'll notice is it depends on what area you're in and it also depends on what, clearance you have, what's the organization. What you're seeing here is, typical of somebody with experience one 30 and these are in Colorado, California, and cer and I think this is Connecticut. What I wanna see is the actual pay scale. Here it is. So the national average is over a hundred thousand dollars, $56 an hour. That's the national average. Now what this doesn't factor in, I don't think is how many years of experience the person has or if they have other additional certifications or things like that. National average, that's pretty good for a national average. If you think about it, cuz that takes into account. All the way, the high, the highest level of pay down to the lowest levels of pay. Let me see, if I can find some more. Okay. The national average in Colorado, where I'm at the average is about one twenty three, a hundred twenty 3000. And that's about right. That's about right. And independent on how much more experience you have. It'll be more. And I could tell you that if you're in the Virginia area, this is low, like 100. Is low, but I, would say it's around this. This is about right. For somebody starting off from scratch, you might come in lower. If you've, if you have zero experience with it and you're coming in off like maybe you had some experience in the military or something like that. I, could tell you my first job outside the military as an ISSO I had a bachelor's degree, but I didn't have the required certifications. They required a CI S P at the time. And I didn't have one. So what they did was they just brought me in and said, look, you have X amount of time to get a, cert this certification. Can you do it? I said, yes. So they hired me at 60, 60,000, 62,000, something like that, but which was very low. And, but keep in mind that this was how many years. Damn. It's been a long time. 10, 15 years ago. It was like 15 years ago. So 10 years ago that's quite a bit of wild that's dang, 2004, 2006. Damn. That was a long time ago. 14 years ago. Wow, man. Time flies, anyway. Yeah, that was like 14 years ago. It's obviously the price has gone up so 70 between, okay. Let me give you a range. If you are a new, is. A new information system, security manager or information security officer will say, officer first, cuz manager is different. Manager's a whole different range. Let's say an information system, security officer. The range is between, I wanna say depends on where you are in the United States, but I wanna say it's gonna be between about 70 and a hundred. That's about right. For a new person. Now keep in mind. They know your value, especially once you start getting those certifications. So what you wanna do is no matter what they're paying you, when you get in, get a certification, a security plus a, CI S P a CI S a C risk get some sort of I would highly recommend a professional level security, cert like a CASP, a CI S P a C risk, a CIS, a one of those. Not easy search by the way. And they do cost you, but once you get that, yeah you'll, be over. You'll be able to switch to another position, new job, somewhere as an ISSO that, or they'll pay you to stay and you'll be able to make over 115, at least 115 or, more. So that should answer that question. Now you also ask a question about CI SM, which is a different position. CI SMS are usually the supervisors of a CI. C I S O a is SS O man I'm slipping. So an is SM is usually a manager of an is S O so let me show you what I'm talking about here. Managers are usually gonna make a little bit more cuz they're managers, but let's see if I'm not lying to you. See if I can find the average of a okay. It's not coming up here. I don't know why. Oh, is he trying to search just in Colorado? What is up with that? Okay, let me go back one to see if I could find the average okay. Keeps wanting to search in Colorado USA or what I'm doing is I'm on zip recruiters and I'm looking at their, they've got a, like a little breakdown. of this. So actually let's let's get outta this. Let's go, back to Google and find another management position. I, guess it's lumping it right in with ISS O okay. And actually the saying is lower for some reason that's inconsistent. Oh, okay. The No, This is saying it's a little bit lower. That's weird. Which I don't think is correct because a ISSM is a manager, typically, especially in the federal government they, have two different positions. Like one is ISS, M will usually be over ISS OS and they'll usually be the person who signs for the, is S O and manages the ISO's work. So they usually make more, it's usually like a management type. so that is that's incorrect. I would say is probably in more in the range of one 20 to one 40 and on up. So for an ISSM man glass door is even saying it's lower. That's not been my experience. Oh, okay. No glass door saying the average. For an ISSM is one 20. Yep. So there you go. That, was my guess would be more like one 20. It is up the scale goes up like 10,000, something like that, just cuz you can see here that they're saying that the, average low on the low end is about 67 to 80. And all the way up to $290,000 is insanity. But yeah, so that's about right. 1, 1 20 is what I was saying. ISSM is gonna make, okay. Let me see if there's any other questions here. I got some folks watching the stream here, watching the podcast, listening to the podcast. VMware GNS three are, golden for learning. Yeah. Apple work. Yeah, for sure. Okay, let me see if there's other questions. I have so many questions popping up on TikTok. It's very, active for questions. Somebody called me a scam. It's free stuff. I give away, man. I don't know what people are thinking to be honest with you. Which is the best path for an at home job jobs only. Okay. So somebody asked me, I've had this question before, what are the best jobs? For at home jobs, remote work, what are the best, I guess it jobs, information, system, security, officer jobs. Information security, cyber security type jobs, or it jobs for work from home these days after COVID I would've had a different a different thing to say about this, but these days mostly. Let me put it to you this way. I can tell you what jobs are, not compatible with remote work. Let me start from there because nowadays you can do so many jobs, remotely and, more organizations and employers are now more open to remote work, which is I've been doing this before. COVID so it was a lot harder to get remote work before this. Anyway Jobs that are not conducive to remote work would be classified positions. In my opinion, in my experience if, you're in a classified environment, if you're trying to get work at a especially if it's secret and above it's, harder to have a hundred percent remote. Normally what they'll do at, the most they'll have a a flex position. flex hours are flex. I can't remember what they call it, but basically it's like a hybrid That's what they call it. So they'll say, okay, two days out of a week, you can be at home. And then the other three days out the week work of the work week, you have to be at the site or two days are vice versa, like two days on the site and then three days off site. So they'll do stuff like that. But see, the thing is you have to. There, you have to be on site a lot of times to do the site, the security stuff the, classified stuff. But that being said there's, actually some people like a friend of mine, really good friend of mine. He was telling me about how there's this innovative new technology where you can actually do even classified work from home jobs. So even that is gonna be work from home more and more and I'm talking about all the way up to Ts and he, once he explained to me how that's done I was, my mind was blown. I was like, holy crap. That makes sense. But anyway, most of those jobs right now are normally you can't do those remotely. Another one that's deceptive are jobs where you have to travel a lot. The problem with those is they'll say, oh, it's a hundred percent remote, but. You're traveling so much that doesn't even matter, like some of the consulting and some of the professional services jobs, they require you to go on site. If, they, if it's over, I'll put it to you like this. If the travel is over, if it's over 50%, then you're gonna be traveling a lot because you gotta factor in. Probably add another 20% for the travel days. Yeah. So if it's over, if it's 50 if it's even close to 50%, that is CR that is a lot of travel. Like you, I, cuz I did a job like that and I was constantly on the road and the only time. I think mine was 60 to 75% travel. I was never home. I was never home. would come home for the weekend and then I was off again, like I'd have a three day weekend and I'd be traveling for the rest of the week. So it was brutal, man. It was work from home, but I just, I was traveling all the time. So if it's any of those jobs and normally the other one I would say, okay, so we talked about classified jobs. Normally those are on site or some kind of a hybrid. Those are changing, but most of the jobs are you're gonna have to go on site. The other one would be consulting where you're traveling a lot, cuz you have to go to all these different places. And then the other one would be if they really want you to have FaceTime with the customer. And that usually requires being on site, those off the top of my head, the ones that out of all the ones I've been offered that I've worked at personally, that's been my experience. But if you guys can name any other places where it's pretty much, you have to be on site field text. That's another one that one's not gonna be well it's it says it is gonna, it can be remote, but you're traveling so much that it might as well not be remote cuz you're never home. Yeah. Hope that answers your questions. Most jobs off the top of my head. Cyber, a lot of cybersecurity jobs can be done remotely. Remote administration, you can do system administrator jobs, a lot of those remotely. You can do networking a lot of those networking jobs, remotely configuring firewalls, monitoring traffic. A lot of those you can do remotely. Just name something. Most of 'em you can do remotely. It really depends on the organization. So just keep that in mind. Okay. Let me keep going. okay. Somebody said it is back on the topic here. Somebody said it is difficult to to impossible to get a fully remote. There is zero chance that I would work and take the added risk of doing classified work remotely. Yeah. So the technology that was in place was it was like a virtual machine, nothing stored on your computer, basically. It's you're seeing, it's like you're seeing images. Like your whole desktop and everything is just images that you're seeing. But the, risk for me is that if you're in your house, you've got things like you've got other what if your daughter is on the phone over here? And they have their phone they're on speaker phone and you happen to be doing a you're on a secure line on. System and you're doing classified work and then they can hear what you're saying, so there's a possibility of a security incident because it got leaked to somebody. I don't know. There's just I'd be nervous about it myself to be honest with you Dru says after C or it travel jobs still plentiful. Yes. I know the go. in the government for the government. It has slowed down quite a bit. Yet there's still a lot of travel jobs, but you're right. There's a lot of customers and clients. And the last job I worked at without giving too much away last job I worked at I I was a, consultant. I was a cyber security consultant and we would, our biggest part of, one of the biggest part of our jobs is that we would have, we'd have all these assessments and we would. To a site. We, we would go to the site and we'd do physical assessments and we'd do wireless assessments. You have to be on the site for those. So we would go there and sit down with the facility manager and ask them, que interview them and then walk around the facility and all this kind of stuff. And then you'd do a report like you say, okay you're good here. Good. Here you have a checklist, all that kind of stuff. But a lot of clients were like, nah, you can't come to our site or you can come to this site, but you can't come to this site. So you have a point because of COVID travel has been. Restricted, but there is, it's starting to open up quite a bit lately. Like right before I left, they were opening things up. Like it, it was opening up like crazy because Mo most places in the us are opening up with the exception of there's a few places. Like we had some overseas places that were still pretty, pretty locked down, pretty tight. Exactly skiffs are skiffs for a reason. yeah. Okay. Let me see if I can answer if there's any other questions here. Tons of questions and interactions on TikTok. I'm really surprised about TikTok. Somebody asked me, okay, this is a good question. Couple questions that are related. Somebody asked me if they can do cyber security at age 30 and another person asked me if they could do it at age 45. And I would say. As a matter of fact, cybersecurity lends itself to a more mature minded person. Because you have to do a lot of interaction. As a matter of fact, like this career field is pretty old. I don't say so myself, but the last place I worked at I wasn't the youngest guy, but I I'm pushing 50 man. Like I, I, wasn't the youngest guy there and. so I was not the youngest or the oldest guy there. So it, this career path needs more mature people because you're dealing with pretty heavy, issues. And you're having to talk to, you have to have the maturity, the emotional intelligence to talk to high level, cyber security CISOs and C level execs and stuff. And then you gotta be able to switch gears and then talk to a technical. and because of that, it lends itself to a more mature type of person who can handle, stress and not freak out. And who've been around the block enough to know, okay. Yep. Don't worry. Like we got this and not panic. So you need somebody with a cool hand. And a lot of times even me, I've been doing this for 20 years, but August school, like the last place I worked at, there were, so there were people there who were masters at this and I'm like, I man, these guys were running circles around me. I thought I was pretty good at presentations and stuff, man they were killers. They just like something bad would happen. Something horrible in cyber security. So many bad things could happen that we're in the business of preventing bad things from happening to your assets. Something would happen and the client would lose their damn minds and they'd be a younger. Who can't handle any kind of pressure and they freak out and they they'd freak out and then have another person, like my mentor, who was at that job, that person would just be calm and just calm them down. Just talk 'em off the ledge, negotiate with them. And then next thing you know, they're no longer holding hostages like they were. So good at speaking to cus clients and customers, and that level of maturity is, really necessary. Yeah, 45, like as long as you can get the concepts down, as a matter of fact if you don't wanna do another two years of if you don't want to sit down and do two years of learning all this new it, you could actually do something like a program. Project manager is actually a really great position for an older person. Project manager is. Compliance the stuff I'm doing something like that. Something where you're not super like in the weeds, technically, because there's a lot going on with like firewalls are constantly evolving and changing. And like a web technology is constantly evolving, changing, and man, to keep up with the server technology it's constantly going constantly moving constantly and you're having to constantly hit the books and stuff. So that could be. As you get older, you have all this other stuff going on in your life. Whereas youngsters they're just now coming in and taking on new responsibilities. So the work is everything for them. They don't have maybe they have one kid or something, but they don't have necessarily grandkids or five kids or whatever, so they have, they can devote more of their time to this learning this new technology and stuff. But if you, I would highly recommend especially if you're older, you already have done two or three different career paths and you're doing this so you can retire and, live a simpler life. Man I would recommend project management get P and, also it really needs more mature people like people who can handle pressure and not freak out people who are calm as a cucumber, this calm, this, and they can just work in any environment because they've, seen some. So they got that, that thousand yard stairs. We used to call it in the military. They've seen some shit so older people like, yeah, I, it is, you could definitely do this as an older person. All right. I think that's it guys. Thanks for watching. I've been talking for about 30 minutes. I'm gonna try to do more like one offs like this, instead of just doing 'em once a week more Podcast. And if you're interested in hearing a lot more, cuz I actually post more stuff on on audio go to combo courses.podbean.com or checking the link description below and you'll have more access to all the stuff that I put out. In some old podcasts I've been posting. All right guys, that's it for this one. Thank you so much. De truth. Thank you. S V T. Thanks for all the questions on TikTok.
SUMMARYThe fellas had a very similar but different experience this past Labor Day Weekend so it was only right they talked about it on the grey couch (16:34). After the brief recap, they touch on the new iPhone 14 release (27:20), give their take on the tense situation between Kanye and Adidas (39:08), discuss the importance of September being Suicide Prevention Month (55:07) and so much more!GEM OF THE WEEK“The smart people listen. The stupid ones think they know better. Learn to listen.” - The Fresh FiendMUSIC2:50 | Rory - I WANT YOU BUT YOU'LL NEVER KNOW... (feat. Shelley FKA DRAM & Alex Isley)4:01 | KYLE - Shiesty5:03 | Beyoncé - CUFF IT
Would you move seats on a plane? What if it was a long haul flight? This moral dilemma has MG up in arms as we hear your throughts. The Triple M Breakfast Sunday Hangover With MG, Jess & PageySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What drives a guy like Sidney Crosby, who's done absolutely everything in the game, to keep playing? We talk about some of the great NHL single game points records in both the regular season and playoffs. Jim had a small glitch when interviewing Darryl Sittler about his 10 point night. Jim gets a used car and the transaction may not have gone as well as he hoped. And the topper, Jim almost deleted our entire podcast listenership. We discuss the Tour Championship and Rory's $18 million win. Russ isn't really a Rory guy, to say the least. We also get into the LIV Golf tour.
Are you stuck trying to figure out why you're gaining weight — or why it's so difficult to lose those extra pounds that just seemed to sneak up on you despite not changing your diet or exercise habits? This is often referred to as Weight Loss Resistance - and it's exactly how it sounds: weight that just won't budge no matter what you do! Here's one surprising reason why you might be gaining weight or experiencing weight loss resistance: lack of good quality, restorative sleep. In fact, there are actually science-backed reasons why a lack of sleep can be a strong contributing factor to not being able to maintain a healthy weight. So, why does lack of sleep causes weight gain anyway? Well, if you thought unsightly dark circles under the eyes were the worst outcome from cutting corners on sleep, you might want to think again. Sleep is of the utmost importance to nearly every bodily system, and losing out on it, even just a little, creates a vicious cycle in your body. But, could your bad sleep habits be messing with your weight?! Let's explore all of the different ways this concerning phenomenon could be going on in your bedroom every night! . . . SHOW NOTES AT Get on the Hansen Method waitlist. Click here. We open up the Hansen Method 2-3x a year so that we can fully support our clients to the highest degree possible. Thinking about using nutrition and holistic health for restoring thyroid function? Learn EVERYTHING you need to know by joining our Free Facebook Group. Thriving Thyroid Balance Community. Are you interested in learning more about your thyroid and finding answers? We got you! We have several different opportunities to work with us at several different price points and opportunities. Our signature 6-month program is called The Hansen Method, we offer this in a VIP setting with personalized plans and protocols, individual one on one coaching and incredible bonuses that change regularly. You can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors. Click here. If you have questions about the Hansen Method and want to discuss your specific situation and make sure this is the right program for you you can schedule a complimentary thyroid breakthrough call with one of our team members. schedule here. Hurry, my schedule fills up quickly and we only work with limited amount of women at any given time. Join hundreds of women who have improved their symptoms by 80% and lose on average 30lbs in the 4 months. Not ready to schedule a call, no problem. Learn more about the Hansen Method to see if it's a good fit for you. Click here to learn more. We also offer The Hansen Method as a Self Guided option. Option number 1 for self guide is where you are totally on your own to go through the program content, make the changes and execute them on your own. Click here to purchase. Option number 2 includes group coaching and access to our members facebook group that will allow you access to our Thyroid Success Coaches and testing with personalized protocols. Click here to purchase. But one of our favorite ways to work with us is our Thriving Thyroid Coaching Membership Opportunity. This is where many of clients first begin working with us. It allows you to get to know us, our system and start making changes before making a larger financial investment. Click here to learn more. CONTACT LINKS Website Facebook Community YouTube Instagram DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES Freedom From Fatigue Guide Download our Thyroid Panel Guide. Best Foods for Thyroid Thriving Hair Guide Dining Out Guide Thyroid Blocker List PAID RESOURCES Thyroid Recipe Book 10-day detox AFFILIATE LINKS Branch Basics Doterra Essential Oils Beauty Counter Fullscript Supplements Xo, Shannon Hansen P.S. Make sure to schedule our Thyroid Breakthrough call with one of our thyroid advisors.
We were blown away by the response to the ADHD episode 25. If you skipped it because it didn't seem relevant, we would recommend having a listen. Full of loads of good money management tips in that anyone can make use of.We've got Martha & Krystle on the sofa, sharing their tips & wisdom on how to automate your money & using friction with your money. Krystle talks about removing the “doors” to help with large tasks and ones you don't enjoy. Martha renames pensions as Naughty Little Old Lady Funds.7.28 Why do I keep missing credit card payments & what can I do? 19.59 I'm usually good with money, but then go on a massive spending spree which I regret22.01 De-biasing your money31.44 Anxiety around money40.07 What is bounded rationality & how can it help44.04 Partner getting frustrated because I can't do money stuffGuest Experts Martha Lawton financial educator and qualified financial coach. She has been helping people understand and use money better for over fifteen years. She hosts the podcast Squanderlust about the emotional side of money. You can follow her on Instagram.Krystle McGilvery is the founder of Mind Over Money. She combines CBT, behavioural science to support others in making good financial decisions, build wealth and money confidence. Appearing on ITV, in The Telegraph, and on BBC Radio. You can follow her on InstagramYouTube How to ADHDPodcast How should we beginMonzo ADHD researchBE PART OF THE CAFEWe genuinely love hearing your questions and feedback. So, drop us a voice note email@example.com and come and join the community on Facebook @womenandmoneycafeYOUR HOSTS:Catherine Thomas-Humphreys is an Award Wining Financial Coach, Qualified Financial Adviser and Family Will Writer. Catherine believes money is a force for good and when in the hands of good people can be used to do great things. She loves working with purpose-led parents who are ready to change their money habits & beliefs to achieve financial success for themselves and their family.Financial coaching - The FinfluencerMoney Membership FinfluenceCatherine's bitesize money wisdom - InstagramJulie Flynn is an experienced independent financial adviser and financial coach. Justice and equality drive Julie. Which is why she's spent years studying and researching how stress affects our financial decision making.Julie is best known for her work with women who have lost their partner and coaching financial services business who want to implement fair and transparent charges.Financial coaching - Ebb & Flow Financial CoachingFinancial advice - Bree Wealth & TaxJulie's inexpert social media antics - Instagram
There are 3 BS (and that's belief system) blocks between you and your next-level career. In this episode, we will discuss: Imposter Syndrome, People Pleasing, and PerfectionismThe sneaky ways these 3 BS blocks show upWhy you go from feeling good to bad so quicklyWhy these blocks keep happeningHow to bust through these blocksShow notes: Grab a Strengths & Strategy Session HERE. Check out my Recent Article on FastCompany.com: 4 Ways to Fight Ageism in Your Job SearchFollow @jillGriffinOffical on Instagram for daily inspiration. Visit JillGriffinCoaching.com for more details on my private and group coaching programs.
OSBE talks about his come-up, working with #TheGame, signing to a label, going independent, bringing new artists to the forefront, and more! ----- 00:00 Intro 2:30 - Growing up in The Jungles aka Baldwin Village 4:54 - Been throwing up the set his whole life. Growing up in a Muslim household 6:05 - Growing up in a strict Muslim household. Getting made fun of for wearing a coofie. Being called “Muslim blood” 10:12 - Getting laughed out of the studio after recording his first verse 11:00 - Mom wasn't supportive of rap at first. Wanted him to go to college. Messing up an opportunity to go to Julliard to play trumpet 12:26 - Supporting all the artists from his section: Baby Stone Gorillas, Slumlord, Chucksta 12:51 - The Game gave him the opportunity to be in the studio and play music for Dr. Dre 14:37 - Meeting The Game at his studio. Recording a song for his album and getting invited on tour the same day 17:51 - Going on tour with The Game during the middle of his beef with Meek Mill 19:26 - All the cars from the tour got sh*t up outside the hotel the same day Game dissed Meek Mill 21:23 - Signing to Interscope instead of Wack100 and Birdman 22:40 - Getting shelved by Interscope and getting out of his deal to go independent 32:14 - Applying the lessons he learned from the label to his independent career. Not giving out game for free 34:03 - Getting a Death Row chain from The Game that was originally made for Dr. Dre 35:55 - Dazy Lyn joins to explain how she met Osbe and how she met Game 10 years ago 39:25 - Dazy knows all the words to every Biggie and Tupac song. Was rapping in secret for 10 years 42:20 - Holds her ground when T Rell tries to put her on the spot to rap 43:08 - Dazy's new song “Chills” is out right now and a lot of new singles are on the way. Says her song with Osbe makes her cry 45:20 - Asad Ill joins the pod. Growing up having the same dad as Osbe 48:46 - Asad on growing up in The Jungles. Staying away from gangbanging 52:36 - Chucksta joins the pod to show off his iced-out red Chucks chain 53:46 - Chucksta on being versatile, rapping and singing like Osbe 58:50 - Chucksta spits a freestyle ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! nojumper.com SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz Follow us on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/4ENxb4B... iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Don't mess with librarians? Ginnie Graham notes that the FBI search of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence for National Archives documents was similar to librarians seeking overdue checkouts. Bob Doucette cautioned against quick responses and rhetoric. Plus, more on HB 1775 worries with Tulsa Public School accreditation and state funding of agencies versus tax cuts (that are easy to approve, but difficult for legislators to overturn). Related content: Bob Doucette: Four questions about the FBI's search of Mar-a-Lago Mar-A-Lago search prompts outrage from some Oklahoma Republicans FBI's search of Trump's Florida estate: Why now? From September 2015: Tanking numbers in Tulsa library reading program known to CEO From June 2016: Tulsa library spending includes trips, outside public relations Ginnie Graham: IRS is not hiring 87,000 agents to go after everyone's taxes Bob Doucette: Law designed to curb insider trading in Congress has holes Tulsa schools' violation cited in legal challenge to HB 1775 Audio from TPS implicit bias training was a voice reading presentation slides verbatim TPS board president asks state board to reconsider warning over race/gender teaching law Oklahoma teachers on notice after 'watershed' vote on HB 1775 violations in Tulsa, Mustang Editorial: State school board used as pawn in a political anti-public education game Tax cuts totaling $500 million approved by Oklahoma House — but don't spend that money yet Editorial from March 2022: Embrace fiscal responsibility: Scrap HB 3635 and its automatic tax cut triggers Ginnie Graham: Starting to experience the little things at age 50 Contact us Editorial Editor Ginnie Graham: Email | Twitter | Follow her stories Editorial Writer Bob Doucette: Email | Twitter | Follow his stories Click here to submit a letter to the editorSupport the show: https://tulsaworld.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today it's Jesse, Matt, Clayton, Delano and Archie. We begin the cast with two "weekend in reviews". Once from Archie, and one from Delano. Then we go back to last week's topic and continued to talk about the homes we called "headquarters" and the insanity that bred from them. Stories told on this one include: - Stealing Kessler and an unintended drop kick. - Run ins with Repo men - Messing with each other's vehicles - "Dirty Number 2" - getting action in the horse barn -naked floats requiring life saving - dancing on the kitchen counters - Crazy ass old men, and the shit they do and say. Welcome To Smartsville! -We are on most major podcast apps -Google Podcast, Apple Podcast, Amazon Music and Spotify! -Contact us : Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Click to Visit Feed (smartsville.podbean.com) Matt's IG (molehill_matt) Jesse's Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/jesse.frey.923) Please Check Out These artists: 2hK Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZwn4MdRUFgp_nH8dj0PcFA) m4w Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpQ8eome3GTx3Azbbl-vnjQ) Friendofa'pen Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz7AaAJ0pwHruqMd_LsE7_A)
The New Wave Podcast: Daily Conversations On Web3.0, Business, Psychology, Psychedelics & More. A Show For People Seeking Spiritual, Psychological And Financial Sovereignty. Hosted By Best-Selling Author, Speaker and Entrepreneur Daniel DiPiazza. Join Daniel (and special guest Prince) as they go through some of the most interesting, the most scary, and most enlightening news items of the week. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ⌛Timestamps⌛(02:10) Panda species discovery in Europe(06:05) Wikipedia locks changes to “recession” definition(10:32) Scientists can now grow wood in a lab (18:56) AIRBNB demand is soaring despite economic situation(22:58) Uber turns cash-flow positive for the FIRST TIME. (28:50) The Metaverse is gonna SUCK for privacy ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
The Break Room (FRIDAY 8/5/22) 6am Hour Includes: 1) They say this change makes our lives easier, so why does it infuriate us so much? 2) You can soon catch a professional sporting event going on right in our own backyard! 3) Buffalo Bills LB Von Miller is all of us once we reach a certain age. The fight just isn't worth it anymore.
Kevin talks about libertarianish Rep Pete Meijer losing his primary (in part because Dems backed his Trumpy opponet) and whether Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan is ill advised. Keith calls in again to say MacArthur should've nuked China during the Korean war, we should just get a war with China over with. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/afreesolution/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/afreesolution/support
Dan and Brendan are joined by Larry Stone to talk about how the Seattle Mariners are shaping up heading into the stretch drive of the MLB season. They discuss how Lou Lamoriello operates on Long Island. Why does no one offer sheet Noah Dobson???? This podcast is produced by Josh Elliott-Wolf and Dominic Sramaty. The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
Did something happen this week? I don't know I can't quite put my finger on it.. oh that's right.. MARVEL COMPLETELY DESTROYED SAN DOEGO COMIC CON!!! and we have all of the big announcements!!! This Week we discuss: Choco Taco is both being discontinued and revitalized Mayans is renewed for Season 5 The walking dead is making a Rick and Michonne spin-off Star Trek Strange New Worlds and Star Trek Lower Decks will cross over DC animation announces a bunch of new shows and movies Black Adam Drops a new Trailer Shazam also drops a new trailer New cast members are added to Gremlins: Secret of the Mogwai Gargoyles is getting a continuation Comic Disney+ drops a trailer for Lego Star Wars Summer Vacation We go over Marvels next 3 Phases And we discuss the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer!!! Messing with time and the multiverse… its Distance NERDing! Distance Nerding : Website The Nerdington post : Facebook Group Toy Fusion : Website Kyber Cave : Website Beehive Collectibles : Website Thirst Consignment : Instagram Project Wish Upon A Star : Prefered Charity PodDecks : Sponsor Dubby : Sponsor
This week, the boys have, at long last, a full gang recap from a City 2 game! We talk about the game and game-adjacent things like getting to meet and briefly hang out with MVstermind. We wrap up with some big-time speculation about the latest MLSPA free agent list and some players we think might work in St Louis, before wrapping up with the usual MLS Roundup. Enjoy!If you like the show and want to support us, please subscribe, rate and review! Follow us on Twitter: @soccercapitolFollow us on the Web at: soccer-capitol.comContact us: email@example.com Timestamps:STL City: 00:02:10MLS: 00:49:19 "Whiskey on the Mississippi" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode of the Hockey IQ podcast, we sit down with player and skills coach JC CampagnaA few areas on this episode we discuss:- Training while growing up in non-traditional hockey markets- Impact of roller hockey in allowing him to develop his skills- Messing with goalies to score more goals- What a normal day training consisted of- Reading opponents feet- How to read a 2v1Check out Hockey's Arsenal all over the web:Website HockeysArsenal.comTwitter @HockeysArsenal (@CoachRevak for Greg + @Daniel_Dukart for Dan)Hockey IQ Podcast Spotify or Apple Podcasts or on our websiteInstagram @HockeysArsenalYouTube @HockeysArsenalFacebook @HockeysArsenalNewsletter HockeysArsenal.Substack.Com
THIS WEEK: Copyrighting catchphrases, Willie would be a bad sports announcer, Messing up TV show intros, Geniuses vs Experts, Elon Musk's dad impregnates step-daughter, When does Elon Musk come out as a super villain, Hollywood Stars Homes Tour, and more! A podcast from two comedians who only read headlines. Every week stand up comedians Willie Simon and Eric Freedman tackle some of the worlds most pressing issues with no chance of ever solving them. Jokes first, facts sometimes. SUBSCRIBE ON PATREON FOLLOW 2 DUMB BABIES Instagram - @twodumbbabies FOLLOW WILLIE SIMON Instagram - @williesimon_ FOLLOW ERIC FREEDMAN Instagram - @ericjfreedman FOLLOW TONY CELANO Instagram - @tonyjcelano
Support Topic Lords on Patreon and get episodes a week early! (https://www.patreon.com/topiclords) Lords: * JohnB * https://twitter.com/YouOldSoAndSo * Jesse Topics: * Wario64 * We need to bring back Dogme 95 * Seeking Mr. Eaten's Name Again * https://saint-arthur.tumblr.com/ * This Is Just To Say, by William Carlos Williams * https://poets.org/poem/just-say * Whatever happened to outdoor pop machines? * https://lovepittsburghshop.com/blogs/love-pittsburgh/may-the-pop-machine-be-with-you * Godzilla Microtopics: * A Link's Awakening speedrun that may surprise you. * Lord clouds. * What's the deal with Wario 64? * Asking Webster's Dictionary to define Wario 64. * Your source for video game deals. * How Wario64 feels about Chris Pratt voicing Mario. * Geralt in the bathtub. * Wario World for the GameCube. * The hidden origins of Wario64. * Ten rules for how to make a movie. * Lars von Trier being traumatized by a dolly shot and inventing Dogme 95. * Unintentional Dogme 95 movies. * Unboxing a Criterion Collection DVD live on the show and there's just a DVD in there. * Creative freedom, the worst constraint. * A recipe for the worst movies in the fucking world. * Dogme 95 drinking game. * Making a flag in the bucket. * The Adventure 2600 continuity. * Bats that can steal things that shouldn't be able to be stolen. * A video game quest that was very difficult and obscure until someone wrote a FAQ. * The ludonarrative consonance of following your self-destructive obsession at the same time your character follows their self-destructive obsession. * Being confused about a story beat in a video game and having to seek out a lore genius on the internet. * The Random House Annotated Fallen London. * Becoming St. Gawain's Candle. * How the icebox plums poem became a meme. * Learning about poutine on social media. * Satirical poetry in the 1960s. * Things that are Ira Glass's fault. * Extreme meminess. * Wanting a god damn plum right now. * Pictures of normal people that are considered heresy. * Deliberately making your podcast guest's audio sound bad. * Continuing to read poetry even though you're terrible at it. * Asking Siri to get you a substantial raise. * Checking the change return slots on the mobile phone bank for quarters, to do your part to sustain the soda vending machine economy. * The cost of a 510 ml bottle of pop these days. * The fastest pop machine in the world. * Joking about the day we record the show when it comes out weeks later and none of the listeners have any idea what you're talking about. * Applying the sugar tax to beverages sweetened with aspartame. * The Godzilla movie with Inspector Gadget in it. * Redheaded Stepzilla. * The three Godzilla movies that are out of print in the US. (But not on archive.org) * Having to license all the Kaiju separately. * Movies that are in the public domain because they were not explicitly labeled as copyrighted. * Public Domain Day. * The personality traits of Sherlock Holmes that are and aren't copyrighted. * The Beast at 20,000 Fathoms. * Messing up a slow-motion shot by undercranking the camera rather than overcranking, but it has to go into the movie like that because it was your only take. * Making a movie where you can do as many takes as you want but they all have to go in the finished film. * Godzilla taking some much needed time off. * Invasion of Astro-Monster. * Watching the entire Godzilla series and learning why people think Avengers: Endgame is good. * A latchkey kid in 1960s Japan overcoming his bullies by imagining that Godzilla is his friend. * A dinosaur falling in love with a lighthouse. * Empathizing with the dinosaur who is completely misunderstanding the situation. * Why the English speakers in Japanese or Korean films are such bad actors. * An island protector of these native people brought to society for reasons of Capitalism.
We kick off with a wild instrumental, take in cool tracks from the US, Australia, Venezuela, Thailand and more! Full playlist always posted via Retrospect 60s Garage Punk Show on Facebook and Insta. Retrospect is created by Phil Grey at Free FM 89.0 [Kirikiriroa/Hamilton, NZ]
Today we read and discuss Part 1 of The Metamorphosis, the famous tale of Gregor Samsa, a salesman who awakens one morning to find himself transformed into some sort of monstrous insect. Theo gives himself an award. Jackie flails around like a Muppet, as usual. Rachel runs the gamut of hellish experiences at Heathrow Airport. Topics include: Jackie's feelings towards her great-grandfather, our largest demographic, Amburgers & Wootbeer, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Stephen on the road, German breakfast rolls, peeing in/on the Church of Scientology, Seven Habits of Highly Affected People, cloacae, “okey-dokey, Ootheocae!”, Bug Juice, really great ways to eat ants, Baba Yaga, Nathan Fielder, tight grindsets, and Josh Groban.Content warning: some serious cockroach talk★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
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There was a lot to take in as a result of this most recent Supreme Court term, so you would be forgiven if, while processing the overturning of Roe v. Wade and some of the other headline making decisions that were rendered, you may have missed a case involving Miranda rights. What did the court decide in Vega v. Tekoh, and why is it important? We asked David Rudovsky, Senior Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School and a civil rights attorney with the firm of Kairys, Rudovsky, Messing, Feinberg & Lin, LLP. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
MLOps Coffee Sessions #108 with Byron Allen, AI & ML Practice Lead at Contino, ML Flow vs Kubeflow 2022 co-hosted by George Pearse. // Abstract The amazing Byron Allen talks to us about why MLflow and Kubeflow are not playing the same game! ML flow vs Kubeflow is more like comparing apples to oranges or as he likes to make the analogy they are both cheese but one is an all-rounder and the other a high-class delicacy. This can be quite deceiving when analyzing the two. We do a deep dive into the functionalities of both and the pros/cons they have to offer. // Bio Byron wears several hats. AI & ML practice lead, solutions architect, ML engineer, data engineer, data scientist, Google Cloud Authorized Trainer, and scrum master. He has a track record of successfully advising on and delivering data science platforms and projects. Byron has a mix of technical capability, business acumen, and communication skills that make me an effective leader, team player, and technology advocate. See Byron write at https://firstname.lastname@example.org // MLOps Jobs board https://mlops.pallet.xyz/jobs MLOps Swag/Merch https://mlops-community.myshopify.com/ // Related Links --------------- ✌️Connect With Us ✌️ ------------- Join our slack community: https://go.mlops.community/slack Follow us on Twitter: @mlopscommunity Sign up for the next meetup: https://go.mlops.community/register Catch all episodes, blogs, newsletters, and more: https://mlops.community/ Connect with Demetrios on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dpbrinkm/ Connect with George on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/george-pearse-b7a76a157/?originalSubdomain=uk Connect with Byron on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/byronaallen/ Timestamps: [00:00] Introduction to Byron Allen [01:10] Introduction to the new co-host George Pearse [01:41] ML Flow vs Kubeflow [05:40] George's take on ML Flow and Kubeflow [07:28] Writing in YAML [09:47] Developer experience [13:38] Changes in ML Flow and Kubeflow [17:58] Messing around ML Flow Serving [20:00] A taste of Kubeflow through K-Serve [23:18] Managed service of Kubeflow [25:15] How George used Kubeflow [27:45] Getting the Managed Service [31:30] Getting Authentication [32:41] ML Flow docs vs Kubeflow docs [36:59] Kubeflow community incentives [42:25] MLOps Search term [42:52] Organizational problem [43:50] Final thoughts on ML Flow and Kubeflow [49:19] Bonus [49:35] Entity-Centric Modeling [52:11] Semantic Layer options [57:27] Semantic Layer with Machine Learning [58:40] Satellite Infra Images demo [1:00:49] Motivation to move away from SQL [1:03:00] Managing SQL [1:05:24] Wrap up
In this episode of The Discomfort Practice, I am joined by a rock star in his industry, Matt Peacock. Matt is currently a partner at a London-based strategic and creative advisory firm called Blurred, where he provides specialist counsel to clients on Environment, Social and Governance (ESG), risk, sustainability, social purpose, and corporate transparency. Together, Matt and I discuss important and relevant topics about how to lead and support others to step away from things that are not working and actually create positive change in your organization and more broadlyin society. Matt sheds light on some mindsets that hold us back and talks about strategies to break free and step into action to make things happen. And Matt gets shit done, I can tell you that. We talked about how important it is now for business communicators and governments to focus on doing things differently, as well as communicate well with each other onthe tricky issues and trends they have to grapple with. We also talk about our responsibility as individuals and communicators in the age of digital and social media ito fact check information and responsibly communicate and connect to others. In every episode of season three of The Discomfort Practice Podcast, we're focusing on the discomfort of change. So, give this episode a listen and let me know what your steps might be for creating the world you want to live in. Key Points Discussed: Matt's uncomfortable moments when working with organizations that knew they need to change but don't (04:12) When Matt was a reporter with BBC and faced with ‘absolute evil,' facing the frustration of listeners who don't want to listen (06:32) ‘don't-look-up' syndrome (09:09) Unpleasant truths are disruptive (10:03) The inexorable momentum syndrome - a false narrative (14:00) How to help people step away from things that are not working (16:14) What leaders need to be uncomfortable about that they're not (25:36) Businesses making more difference to the world faster than then politicians could (33:26) How to exercise the key trait that leaders or everybody must demonstrate over the coming months and beyond (41:47) The cult of disempowerment (45:56) Making the change happen (52:33) How to be wise consumers of information (56:55) Stepping into the skin of those who are opposed to you (1:06:08) The Net Zero transition (1:08:17) Discomfort is a life force (1:13:19) Resources Mentioned: Don't Look Up Matt Peacock Joins Blurred as Partner Connect with Matt: Matt on LinkedIn Connect with Betsy: Betsy on Instagram Betsy on Twitter Betsy on Linkedin Rate, Review, Learn, and Share Thanks for tuning into The Discomfort Practice! If you enjoyed this episode, please drop us a five-star and written review, follow, and share how it has benefited you. Don't forget to tune into our other episodes and share your favorite ones on social media!
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Keeping up with any new, healthy habit can be rough in the summer when your schedule is off. Throw in traveling and it all seems to fly right out the window! Here are a few tips to get back on track fast!This is Season #: Let's Meditate Anyway!: Motivational Insights By A seasoned Therapist Who Meditates
Ethan is an old rival from middle school, and now one of my dearest friends. By far one of the greatest people around it is never a dull moment with the man. Podcast Topics: -High school -What's an Anzar? -Psychedelic drugs -Sleep journal -Having a bad trip -Drunk talk -End of the world party -Beer sucks -Whiskey dick -San Juan vs Aromas -Airsoft wars -Protecting yourself -Lucid dreaming -Dying in your dreams -Sleep paralysis -Messing with things you shouldn't be messing with -Self conscious -Detoxing your brain -Deja Vu -Fear of the unknown -Aliens/UFO's -Religion -Faith -Jackass -Johnny Depp trial -How to improve sleep -Morning wood -Wet dreams -When to have children -The economy -Tomahawks -Self reflection -Go to sleep Connect with Daniel: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmqE4tnWDXoiSPyaaqn7Nmw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/danieljohngonzalez/ https://www.instagram.com/talkinoutmyasspodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FinanceFitGuy TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@danieljohngonzalez Connect with Ethan: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ethanee3/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/UnhappyMasks
We were very fortunate to have Cooper and Mac from Messing on the podcast to talk about their new album, "Couldn't Be Better". Enjoy! Messing Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MessingATL Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/messingband/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@messingband YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMKV1o5Gq4iWP8UXQNZI2fg Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/messing/1572898810 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6K44ULU9zPt6BBW4h35cHT Good Noise Podcast Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/good_noise_cast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodnoisepodcast/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/goodnoisepod Discord: https://discord.gg/nDAQKwT YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFHKPdUxxe1MaGNWoFtjoJA Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/04IMtdIrCIvbIr7g6ttZHi All other streaming platforms: http://hyperurl.co/GoodNoisePodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/goodnoisepodcast Bandcamp: https://goodnoiserecords.bandcamp.com/
We are looking to scripture to help a mom of boys have peace as she battles with thoughts and worries that go through her mind about having her kids in a care setting that is secular and does not teach God's word. This faith-led mom, like many of us mamas want to raise her children God's and is concerned about how this will affect her children's faith. Come tune in to hear truth from God's word in how we mamas can confidently trust our Heavenly Father is keeping our children from the world's evil ways as long as we partner with Him and teach and train our children His word at home. Her question is "my kids in a care setting that is secular, am I messing them up? How can I foster an "in the world but not of it" spirit in my littles? [mom of 2 and 4 year old boys]. in faith, hope, and love -Ellie Connect with me! In the web | thespanglishmama.com Motherhood Sisters | bit.ly/thespanglishmamagroup Contact | email@example.com Were you blessed today and did you learn something new? Help me reach others like you by supporting this podcast! Ways to support❤ Leave a 5 star review in iTunes with how you were blessed. Share this episode with your friend. Send a cash gift. Cashapp | $EllieConklin
Kimmer Show # 446, Southwest goes woke, Shampoo care package, Berry Cherry, U-Haul troubles continue, Pickle Ball, The boys of summer story, Freddie's return, Pelosi hates children, Messing with the dead, Bad texting theatre, and other fun S*&t on today's Kimmer-cast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Please Like and Subscribe so that my wife stops giving me so much GUFF about doing this show!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! https://www.tiktok.com/@workingppod?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/workingperspectivespodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/workingperspectivespodcast-100884222318497 https://twitter.com/workingppod https://linktr.ee/Workingperspectives On this episode of the Working Perspectives Podcast Weekend Pop-in we see Matt Lavelle is joined by co-host Steve Cabot (aka Strong Stem) , Bern Podcasy (Bernie Biceps) , Justin Richardson (J Lyn Dub), Liam Reese (aka Lasmeeshma) and Sean "Navy Fuckin SEAL" Day. The Boys start off the show by recapping the most recent episode featuring Tom Lavelle Part 1. The Fellas recount their favorite parts from the show and recant some of the great moments from the Tom Lavelle Part 1 Episode. The Boys then move on to preview next weeks show Tom Lavelle Part 2. Finally we are sent off into the sunset with some final thoughts. New Episodes Every Tuesday!!!!!!
It's Wedding Season! says the popular film, but just as importantly: "It's Job Hunting Season!" If you want to go deeper, here are three ideal places: A Short Episode on How I Ask Questions Grab the Course Here Joe@onepercentbetterproject.com In the meantime, with job hunting season comes job interviews and with job interviews comes stress and uncertainty for most people. There's a lot to say on the topic, but for now . . . This episode presents my framework for how to tackle what could be the most awkward part of a job interview. The conversation has gone well. The question answering is over. You can breathe. Then . . . you know it's coming. The interviewer asks: What questions do you have for us? Gulp. Messing up this question could be the single biggest wasted opportunity of the entire interview. Instead of stalling, or worse, passing on this opportunity, listen in to how to turn this portion of the interview into a golden opportunity to seal the deal. If you want to go deeper, here are three ideal places: A Short Episode on How I Ask Questions Grab the Course Here Joe@onepercentbetterproject.com As always, thanks for listening! --Joe
Dr. Oz joined Rich to discuss election day in Pennsylvania for the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate. Speaking on the key issues from gun rights to how to handle Russia war in Ukraine
Lunchbox thinks the doll is messing with him after getting an insane amount of charges on his credit card. And then shortly after that…our entire studio breaks! Could it be the doll messing with us? Bobby shares the dilemma he and the Raging Idiots are having going into their show with Garth Brooks. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.