Episode 995 With the playoff matchups set, we welcome one half of Céspedes Family BBQ to the show as we look ahead to the newly expanded postseason. First, Michael Baumann welcomes Jake Mintz, one half of Céspedes Family BBQ, writer at Fox Sports, and co-host of the Baseball Bar-B-Cast on SiriusXM, to the show. The […]
This week we are joined by returning guest Emma Baccellieri of Sports Illustrated and Fangraphs' Michael Baumann to talk about the end of the regular season and what's coming up in the postseason, and I promise we did talk about baseball, but we also talked about divorce, overrated and underrated ballparks, and then Emma brought back her popular Gabe or Goop statement where we try to guess whether a quote is from Gabe Kapler or Gwenyth Paltrow's Goop. Outro: The 101ers - Keys to Your Heart October is postseason baseball so it's a great time to go to Patreon.com/BattingAround and sign up. We have some great bonus episodes, including one tomorrow with the Blocked Party guys, and we're going to be doing at least three watch alongs this month including one this upcoming Saturday!
Michael Baumann (the FanGraphs writer, not the Orioles pitcher) joins Paul to cut through the pressure of the ever-tightening Wild Card race and look ahead to the season's final stretch. Recommended if you like the color green. Follow him at @MichaelBaumann. Try Zencastr Professional for 30% off! zen.ai/philliestherapy --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/phillies-therapy/support
Blue Jays radio voice Ben Wagner joins Blake Murphy to discuss the Toronto club's continuing struggles at Tropicana Field, what role could Whit Merrifield have when the post-season comes around, a downtrend in Jose Berrios' outings, and his impressions on Foster Griffin's debut out of the pen (2:48). FanGraphs' Michael Baumann jumps on to chat about his confidence level in the Jays starting rotation, John Schneider's plan for using Alek Manoah around the playoffs, Jordan Romano's game day routine, and his use of the fastball and slider (24:59). Then, MLB.com's Julia Kreuz shares her thoughts on Berrios' ongoing problems on the road compared to playing at home, how Mitch White can carry over the positive aspects of his last start against the Rays, and the reasons to have Gabriel Moreno stick around on the post-season roster (49:27). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day for September 17, 2022 is: laconic luh-KAH-nik adjective Someone described as laconic uses few words in speech or writing. The word often also implies brevity to the point of seeming rude, indifferent, or mysterious. // Her bubbly and loquacious personality was a humorous yet complementary contrast to her girlfriend's more laconic demeanor. See the entry > Examples: “The genius of ‘Wall-E' lies in its ability to inspire empathy with a pair of robots that can speak only a few words. It helps that Wall-E and Eve are both extremely cute, as robots go; if the trash cube robot didn't have those giant, sad basset hound eyes, we wouldn't have cared if he found love. But the cutest and most laconic robot of ‘Wall-E' is the Axiom's custodian, M-O.” — Michael Baumann, The Ringer, 13 June 2022 Did you know? We'll keep it brief. Laconia was an ancient country in southern Greece. Its capital city was Sparta, and the Spartans were famous for their terseness of speech. Laconic comes to us by way of Latin from Greek Lakōnikos, meaning “native of Laconia.” In current use, laconic means “terse” or “concise to the point of seeming rude or mysterious,” and thus recalls the Spartans' taciturnity.
Michael Baumann (OffMyKnees.com) joins us to discuss... Who are the new lepers in the Church? AID - The bishops hired gun Justice has to be more than money website: TheAngryCatholic.com e-mail: mail@TheAngryCatholic.com
Sportsnet's Shi Davidi jumps on with Blake Murphy to discuss how Alek Manoah battled through a stomach bug, the fight shown by the roster in the final weeks of the season, the need to tweak their attention to detail heading into the post-season, and if there will be another bullpen day to open another series against the Baltimore Orioles (06:52). Then, Blake gives out the scouting report on Tampa Bay Rays' starter Drew Rasmussen, if he could be a good matchup for Vlad Jr., and how the Jays will line up for tonight's game (25:35). Afterward, FanGraphs' Michael Baumann weighs in on the upcoming rule changes and the addition of the pitch clock in 2023, the evolution of the game of baseball in the Majors, and how Bo Bichette has re-established himself amongst the top hitters today (50:07). Finally, Raptors Republic's Samson Folk joins to discuss the comparison from watching and analyzing baseball to basketball, and what metrics could translate from the MLB to NBA (01:15:42). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.
Tim Hauraney is joined by The Ringer's Michael Baumann to discuss Daniel Ricciardo's departure from McLaren at the end of 2022. Where can the Australian driver go? What happens with Oscar Piastri? Fernando Alonso spoke to the media for the first since signing with Aston Martin, then Tim and Michael take a look at who the next American F1 driver could be, trouble for Andretti getting a team into F1, plus they take your twitter questions and more.
Viel zu selten werden wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse aus Universitäten oder gar Doktorarbeiten ausgegründet, obwohl die Erfolgschancen von Doktoranden signifikant höher sind als bei anderen Gründer:innen. Michael Baumann hat mit twaice aber genau das getan. Ziel des Unternehmens: Die Unsicherheiten von Batterien entlang des Lebenszyklus zu beseitigen. Das Deeptech-Unternehmen kann nicht organisch wachsen, sondern braucht Kapital zur Entwicklung und der Durchdringung der Automobilbranche. Was du lernst:Wie gründet man am besten im wissenschaftlichen Team – braucht es einen Business Co-Founder?Gibt es Unterschiede bei der Gründung aus wissenschaftlichem Background?Wie sieht der Enterprise Sales Zyklus von twaice aus?Wo liegen die persönlichen Herausforderungen als wissenschaftlicher Gründer bzw. beim Wachstum auf über 100 Mitarbeitende?Die Kapitel:01:16Was macht twaice?02:00Was ist deine Motivation?02:45Wie bist du zu Venture gekommen?05:00War es eine große Umgewöhnung von der Uni zum Gründer?06:23Ist Gründen im wissenschaftlichen Team alleine machbar?08:34Aufgabenverteilung & Struktur bei twaice13:38Was war deine größte persönliche Herausforderung?17:07Inwieweit habt ihr einen neuen Markt erschlossen bzw. inwieweit sind die Kunden herausfordernd?20:44Wie lange ist ein Sales-Cycle bei euch?23:18Wie habt ihr eure Sales-Organisation aufgebaut?26:52Wie groß ist der Anteil der Sales-Organisation an den ganzen Mitarbeitenden?29:17Aufgabenverteilung der "restlichen" Mitarbeitenden bei twaice (außer Sales)33:35Wobei hast du eine konträre Meinung und warum?35:54Ist die Gesamteffizienz noch ausbaufähig?37:32Welchen Rat gibst du oft und findest schwer, ihn selbst zu befolgen?38:59Was würdest du an der Startup-Szene verändern, wenn du könntest?41:19Welche Eigenschaften wünschst du dir für deine Kinder?Micheal BaumannLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-michael-baumann-31868b113/ twaice: https://twaice.com/ WHATSAPP NEWSLETTER:1-2x wöchentlich bekommst du eine persönliche Sprachnotiz oder Inhalte von mir, die dich zu einem besseren Gründer machen, melde dich jetzt mit einem Klick an: https://jungunternehmerpodcast.com/newsletterDU GRÜNDEST EIN STARTUP?Falls du bei deiner Startup Gründung Hilfe brauchst, meld dich gerne. Fabian, der Host dieses Podcasts, arbeitet mit diversen Startups die zwischen Pre-Seed und Series A stecken zusammen und vielleicht kann er dir ja auch helfen: https://jungunternehmerpodcast.com/startup-advisory See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Michael Baumann joined Baskin and Phelps and talked about why he thinks the Guardians should seriously start thinking about the playoffs, whether or not they'll make any moves by the trade deadline, and what a new owner can bring to the team and the city.
Kevin is joined by Michael Baumann to recap the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, which resulted in Red Bull taking first and second and Mercedes's George Russel finishing third. They weigh in on Ferrari's car trouble and their double retirement, discuss Formula 1's porpoising issue, and recap Red Bull's consistent performance. Later, they answer listener questions and provide a few thoughts on the upcoming Canadian GP. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Michael Baumann Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tim Hauraney is joined by The Ringer's Kevin Clark and Michael Baumann to preview the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Should Jos Verstappen be writing post-race reports on his son's website? Then the boys discuss Pierre Gasly's comments, considering all of his options. Tim, Kevin and Michael discuss Mick Schumacher and the driver salary cap and if it's a good idea for the sport.
Lahmgelegte Websites oder schädliche Software – auch digitale Angriffe gehören längst zur russischen Kriegsführung gegen die Ukraine. In Folge 8 von „We are TUM“ sprechen wir mit Christian Djeffal, Assistant Professor für Law, Science and Technology, über die Schnittmengen von Technologie und Recht, Social-Media-Trolle und Wege, um mit Cyberattacken umzugehen. Elektromobilität gilt als emissionsfreie und nachhaltige Lösung der Zukunft. Mit einem Haken: Die in E-Autos verbauten Batterien stehen in der Kritik, umweltschädlich in ihrer Produktion und Entsorgung zu sein. Hier setzt das Start-up TWAICE mit einer Software für Batterieanalytik an. Mitgründer Michael Baumann erklärt, wie er damit nicht nur die Entwicklung von Batterien, sondern auch ihre Lebensdauer verbessern möchte. Außerdem sind Hidden Champions Ursula Wandl und Christine Maurer zu Gast, die als Patientenfürsprecherinnen am Klinikum rechts der Isar bei medizinischen Fragen vermitteln und unterstützend zur Seite stehen. Warum bereits ein Spaziergang am frühen Morgen für besseren Schlaf sorgt, erklärt schließlich Schlafmediziner Alfred Wiater mit fünf Tipps für optimale Schlafqualität. Gäste in chronologischer Reihenfolge: Assistant Professor für Law, Science and Technology Prof. Dr. Christian Djeffal; Patientenfürsprecherinnen am Klinikum rechts der Isar Dr. Ursula Wandl und Dr. Christine Maurer; Mitgründer und Managing Director von TWAICE Technologies GmbH Dr. Michael Baumann; Vorstandsreferent der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Schlafforschung und Schlafmedizin e.V. sowie Kinder- und Jugendarzt Dr. Alfred Wiater
It's another week where we have to make a go of it without Mike--or at least, without the Mike you're used to. Bill welcomes in friend of the podcast and the podcasters, Michael Baumann, to talk about one of his passions, and one thing we really haven't talked much about at all here--NCAA basesball! Give it a listen.
Kevin Clark is joined by Michael Baumann to share reactions from the first-ever Miami Grand Prix. They discuss their biggest takeaways and talk through the winners such as Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jr. and the losers such as Mick Schumacher, McLaren, and AlphaTauri. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Michael Baumann Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kevin Clark is joined by Michael Baumann to recap the Miami Grand Prix qualifying session that resulted in Charles Leclerc taking pole position, Carlos Sainz Jr. behind in second, followed by Max Verstappen taking third on the grid. They discuss the driver's response to the track, the impressive qualifying session by Valterri Bottas, and make predictions for the Sunday Miami GP. Host: Kevin Clark Guest: Michael Baumann Associate Producer: Erika Cervantes Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In der Nachmittagsfolge geht es weiter mit Michael Baumann, Co-Founder und Co-CEO von Twaice. Das Unternehmen, das Lösungen zur Verbesserung des Batterielebenszyklus entwickelt, hat eine zusätzliche Serie-B-Finanzierungsrunde in Höhe von 30 Millionen US-Dollar durch den globalen Investor Coatue sichern können. Die Technologie von Twaice liefert Erkenntnisse über die Alterung von Batterien und erlaubt Vorhersagen über die künftige Leistung der Batterie. Sie soll die Transparenz und Vorhersagbarkeit von Batterie-Leistung und ‑Lebensdauer verbessern. Den Umsatz soll das Unternehmen seit Mai 2021 um rund 250 Prozent gesteigert haben. Diese Erweiterung der Finanzierung umfasst persönliche Investitionen von Lip-Bu Tan sowie bisheriger Investoren und baut auf der 26 Millionen US-Dollar Serie-B-Finanzierung vom Mai 2021 auf, die von Energize Ventures angeführt wurde. Das Münchner Batterieanalytik-Startup hat damit bisher insgesamt 71 Millionen Euro (75 Millionen Dollar) eingeworben. Das frische Kapital soll für die weitere Optimierung der Cloud-Analytikplattform von Twaice und den Ausbau der Präsenz verschiedener Standorte in Europa und Nordamerika verwendet werden – einschließlich der Erweiterung des neuen Standorts in Chicago.
Bears GM Ryan Poles spoke yesterday at the draft combine, and it was our first chance to hear him talk about the Bears' roster after evaluating the 2021 film. Jason discusses his biggest takeaways from Poles's comments, including the new plan for the O-line (10:48), Allen Robinson's future (17:02), who the biggest bright spot in 2021 was (18:30), and why the needs of Justin Fields remain the most important aspect of the draft (21:18). Ringer staff writer Michael Baumann joins the show to help us make sense of what happened in MLB today (24:56). An agreement for a new CBA failed to be reached; Michael explains what got us to this point (27:33), and why things may not be as bad as they seem (35:22). The Bulls dropped another game against the Miami Heat on Monday night and continue to disappoint against the top teams in the NBA. Head coach Billy Donovan spoke after the game and confronted the realities that Jason has been talking about all season long (41:43). Host: Jason Goff Guest: Michael Baumann Producers: Steve Ceruti, Chris Tannehill, and Jessie Lopez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the hours immediately following MLB's decision to cancel the first two series of the regular season, Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley are joined by Ben's colleagues from The Ringer and The Ringer MLB Show, Michael Baumann and Zach Kram, to recap the negotiations leading up to this week's MLB-imposed deadlines, lament and lambast the […]
"You have to think how can I create those moments, those celebrations, the appreciation, the presence in this moment so that I can actually enjoy the accumulation of my life of days rather than trying to hang it all on one momentous achievement." - Michael Bauman As a freelancer or entrepreneur, it's easy to get caught up in “the grind,” endlessly pursuing what others define as “success,” but one of the overlooked effects of doing so is often loneliness (whether you are at the bottom or the ladder or the very top). When I first started my career in Hollywood, I was so focused on perfecting my craft and building a resume of credits that I literally had no social life outside of work. Having friends, hobbies, and doing things outside the job simply wasn't a priority for me...until I realized how detrimental it was for my work to become my identity, not only to my physical and mental health but also to my creativity and overall well-being. My guest today, Michael Bauman, knows all too well the pain of loneliness as a creative professional and entrepreneur. Michael is the CEO of Success Engineering and a Tony Robbins certified coach who after failing at starting his own personal training business and having no money to support his wife (and soon-to-be child) uncovered and untangled his own feelings of loneliness and not "enough-ness" so that he could pursue a more fulfilling version of his goals. He now uses his own experiences of failure, loneliness, and hitting rock bottom to help others redefine their own meaning of success in their lives. If you struggle with defining what success means to you, and you are often so consumed by your work and running on the empty hamster wheel chasing success that you find yourself burned out, this candid conversation is a must-listen. Want to Hear More Episodes Like This One? » Click here to subscribe and never miss another episode Here's What You'll Learn: Michael's origin story of how he started his own podcast called Success Engineering. How the book, Start with Why, helped him climb his way out of rock bottom in his life. What led Michael to realize that success and happiness wasn't about money or financial gains. The many moves and transitions Michael has navigated in his life. Why Michael was interested in helping entrepreneurs feel like they're enough and not alone. What the different layers of success are and how you can equate it with being enough. What Michael believes to be the greatest gift he can give to the people in his life. The link between identity and behavior change. KEY TAKEAWAY: Emotions are a warning system or a fundamental need that is going unmet. A valuable tool to deal with emotions in order to enable behavior change. The unexpected link between my lifelong snacking addiction and my job satisfaction. Questions to ask yourself when you are caught in a bad habit or behavior you don't like. The difference between subjective and objective loneliness. KEY TAKEAWAY: The quality of your relationships is a better predictor of health than your cholesterol levels. Tools for dealing with loneliness. The paradox of vulnerability in others vs. ourselves. Why you should be “upgrading your interactions” and how to do it. What James Clear's Goldilocks rule has to do with habit change. Dan Sullivan's approach called the Gap and the Gain. Using a "Done" list to celebrate what you've done at the end of every day. What Michael does to celebrate his own accomplishments each day. Michael's advice to his younger self. BONUS: The secret to upgrading your networking game. Useful Resources Mentioned: Start With Why | Simon Sinek The Gap and The Gain: The High Achievers' Guide to Happiness, Confidence, and Success: Sullivan, Dan, Hardy, Dr. Benjamin Podcast - Success Engineering - Michael Bauman Max Headroom Continue to Listen & Learn Ep82: Real Talk About Mental Health and Depression | with Michael Kammes Ep01: Understanding the Link Between Creativity and Depression with Dr. Edison de Mello Ep165: How to Overcome Doubting Yourself When You Know You're Meant For More | with Sandy Zimmerman, ANW Ep84: How to Use 'Intuitive Eating' To Change Your Relationship With Food | with Melissa Costello Ep161: Managing Limiting Beliefs, Imposter Syndrome, and all the “Chatter” In Our Heads | with Ethan Kross Ep35: FOCUS: The Superpower of the 21st Century | with Cal Newport Ep04: The Zen-like Art of 'Getting Things Done' | with David Allen Ep144: Redefining What It Means to Be “Productive” (and Aligning Your Values With Your Time) | with Tamara Torres Ep136: Promoting Mindfulness, Well-Being, and Sanity In the Edit Bay | with Kevin Tent, ACE Tired of Holding it Together All the Time? Here are Five Basic Needs to Get You Back On Track Ep118: Legendary Editor Walter Murch On Optimizing Creativity, Productivity, and Well-Being In Hollywood For 50+ Years Ep55: How Tiny Changes Can Create Remarkable Results | with James Clear Ep132: How to Pursue Fulfilling Work and Find Your ‘Calling' | with Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar Ep75: The Four Tendencies' (aka ‘The Matrix' For Understanding Yourself & Others) | with Gretchen Rubin Ep105: Ramit Sethi on Forging The Path Towards Your Own ‘Rich Life' Guest Bio: Michael Bauman is the CEO of Success Engineering and Tony Robbins certified coach. He help entrepreneurs feel that they are enough and not alone, along with optimizing every other area of their lives including their habits, productivity, health and relationships. He is also the host of the podcast, Success Engineering, where he interviews experts and industry leaders, from Broadway Directors and actors, to multi-millionaire CEO's, to neuroscientists and more to uncover how they define success, how they create it on a daily basis, and explore the challenges they have overcome both internally and externally to achieve their personal definition of success. Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and the show notes were prepared by Debby Germino and published by Glen McNiel. The original music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Joe Trapanese (who is quite possibly one of the most talented composers on the face of the planet).
Michael Baumann (OffMyKnees.com) joins us to discuss... Off My Knees at the University of Scranton AID - Bishop Bambera scrubs Lochney What survivors have in common www.OffMyKnees.com website: TheAngryCatholic.com e-mail: mail@TheAngryCatholic.com
2022 promises to be an exciting year for the team and audience of The Leadership Project podcast.Gong Xi Fai Cai. We all hope that the Year of the Tiger brings you great joy and fulfilment.This promises to be a year of acceleration for us and in today's episode we provide some highlights of what to except from the team at TLP.After an incredible response to Season 1 of The Leadership Project podcast, we are doubling and tripling our efforts in 2022.We have gone full time and will be launching a business with courses and coaching services for people that are looking to take their leadership to the next level.We will deliver a series of leadership courses that are cohort based and leverage the science of how people learn.We will be provide coaching services (1:1 and Group Coaching) We will be providing team building and team coaching services to businesses that are looking to forge high performance teams.We will continue to bring you wonderful guests each and every week on The Leadership Project podcast; will launch a weekly livestream; continue our weekly videos on YouTube and bring you value adding content to your email inbox each week.Guests on the show include Rusty Gaillard; Susan Shirley; Emil Dobrovolschi; Octavian Pantis; Jeff Bloomfield; Michael Bungay Stanier; Michael Baumann; Jillian Benbow; Charlie Feinerman; Cory Chadwick; Marcel Daane; Yemi Penn; and many more.Stay tune in the coming weeks where I will be a guest on my own show and will be interviewed by a guest host. This will coincide with the launch of my new book "You're a leader, now what?" The proven path to High Performance Leadership.You can find more information on The Leadership Project at the following links:You can join our Private Facebook Community at the following link - https://www.facebook.com/groups/334571975014326 Follow The Leadership Project on all of our social channels as follows:To follow us on The Leadership Project you can find us on:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-leadership-proj Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheLeadershipProj Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theleadershipproj Twitter - https://twitter.com/leadershipproj1 Website - www.mickspiers.com YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPG9X7weoI4Xs3SreZab1rQ
Podcast host, high school teacher, podcast producer, university professor, and podcast network founder Chris Nesi joins the show to talk all about podcasting in the classroom. We cover a podcasting mindset, different types of podcasting, tools for micro-podcasting, tools for recording, editing, and hosting and, of course, a few microphone recommendations. Find the show notes online at jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-71 Today's Sponsor: The Toddle TIES Inquiry Educators Summit! - TIES is back for its third and largest edition yet. Designed to be a festival of learning like no other, TIES 2022 will feature 100+ phenomenal thinkers and doers across 10+ unique session formats. Whether you want to attend TIES 2022 solo, or save big by attending as a group, there are tons of ways you can join us! As listeners of the Educational Duct Tape Podcast, the first 100 of you who get your TIES 2022 pass can get 20% off on your pass! Simply use TIES2022EDT at checkout. So head to www.toddleapp.com/ties today and save big on your pass now! Soapbox Moment: Throwback: “We Are Michael Jordan Playing Baseball” Originally aired in this episode - jakemiller.net/eduducttape-episode-55 Contains a quote from this article by Michael Baumann from The Ringer - theringer.com/nba/2020/5/12/21255513/michael-jordan-baseball-the-last-dance Contains a quote from Terry Francona from Episode VII of The Last Dance - netflix.com/title/80203144 Video version available here - youtube.com/watch?v=qAEPzlOA358 Today's Guest: Chris Nesi Bio: Chris is a HS social studies teacher and Univ. professor who has inspired students & teachers at all levels. Technology & its role in education are his professional passion. Chris hosts a number of podcasts including the House of #EdTech, PodcastPD, Chase for 28, & Knock Knock Who's There? He's also the founder of the Education Podcast Network. Contact Info: Twitter - @mrnesi & @houseofedtech, Instagram - @houseofedtech, chrisnesi.com The Pod Journal - http://thepodjournal.com 2 Truths & 1 Lie Chris' Rachael Ray Show Appearance - youtube.com/watch?v=orw5Kx54TaU Educational Duct Tape Question: How can we get students started with podcasting? “Podcasting Mindset” - It doesn't have to be about the tech! Students have passions. Podcasting or speaking about their passions and giving them opportunities to share what they know about content. The goal isn't about launching on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. Schools & classrooms are the safe space for them to fail and learn. There are alternate mediums for podcasts - Slides with audio, PDFs, etc. Just need to use the right tool at the right time. Micro-podcasting examples: Mote in Google Slides, Flipgrid mic only mode, audio files in padlet, etc — Focus on content creation! How to get students interested or exposed to listening to podcasts? Encourage student to Google “what you're interested in” podcast Teachers can find amazing podcasts related to content. Even ones with students as hosts. The Pod Journal - https://www.amazon.com/Pod-Journal-Podcast-Planning/dp/B08XCP299D Podcasting record & editing options: TwistedWave - twistedwave.com Audacity - audacityteam.org SoundTrap EDU (Not free) - soundtrap.com/edu GarageBand (Mac only) Publishing Resources - Decide your path first Anchor (careful with age restrictions) - anchor.fm Google Site, Seesaw, LMS - anywhere you can share audio files! Libsyn - libsyn.com SoundTrap EDU has an option too Equipment isn't THAT important. Built in equipment is okay. Great content trumps quality. However, If you're going to invest: Samsung Q2U - amazon.com/Samson-Handheld-Microphone-Recording-Podcasting/dp/B001R747SG?th=1 Audio Technica ATR2100X - amazon.com/Audio-Technica-ATR2100x-USB-Cardioid-Microphone-ATR/dp/B07ZPBFVKK?th=1 Audio Endorsements for Jake's Book: Submit your book endorsement on Flipgrid or Speakpipe! FlipGrid.com/EduDuctTape Speakpipe.com/EduDuctTape Ways to Support the Show or Connect with Jake & other Duct Tapers! Apple Podcast Reviews FlipGrid.com/EduDuctTape Speakpipe.com/EduDuctTape #EduDuctTape on social media Telling your friends & colleagues The Duct Tapers Facebook Group - facebook.com/groups/ducttapers Stickers! Want to pass some out? Want some for yourself? JakeMiller.net/SendMeStickers The JakeMillerTech Newsletter – Sign up! jakemiller.net/newsletter Grab a signed copy of Educational Duct Tape: An EdTech Integration Mindset - jakemiller.net/signedbook
# 89- In this podcast, we are continuing with the theme of goal setting. So far this month, we have talked about getting unstuck, we have talked about making a plan, and today we are talking about optimizing your productivity.Yes. This is the part where we put that plan into action and declutter all the ideas and thoughts that are loose in our minds.This is about organizing and prioritizing all the things you want to do and need to do.Michael Baumann is here today to summarize this great system that allows you to get things done!If have a whole bunch of things that need to get done and you don't know how to start, this episode is going to bring you some relief. Show notes at:howtolife.com/089
To ring in the New Year, Bobby and Alex bring back Michael Baumann, staff writer at The Ringer, for their third annual State of Labor in Baseball, where they survey baseball's current labor landscape and examine the key dynamics that will define the sport's coming years. Amid the ongoing lockout, they look at whether the current stalemate tracks with where they thought things would be going, which issues are most important to the current fight, the position the players find themselves in and how it differs from past CBA negotiations, how the plight of amateur and minor league players plays into the ongoing tug-of-war (or doesn't), whether this current pace of exploitation is sustainable for the sport, and much more. Follow Michael on Twitter at @MichaelBaumann. Links: Buy a Tipping Pitches t-shirt Songs featured in this episode: Clarence Carter — "Slip Away" • Booker T & the M.G.'s — “Green Onions”
Tim Hauraney is joined by Ringer staff Megan Schuster and Michael Baumann to discuss FIA delaying the decision on Mercedes right to review request. Penalties and will drivers change their racing tactics if Max Verstappen is hit with a penalty. Tim and the crew take a look at the Constructors standings. Should F1 consider reverse grid sprint races? Alfa Romeo signing Guanyu Zhou, and How difficult F1 has made it on itself with trying to bring in new teams and young drivers to the sport. Plus we take your questions and a whole lot more
Tim Hauraney is joined by The Ringer's Michael Baumann and digital analyst Jon Bynoe to chop up the Mexico Grand Prix. Could Valtteri Bottas have done more to fend off Max Verstappen during the start of the race? Is this championship chase over for Lewis Hamilton? Sergio Perez's fantastic podium. Dysfunction in the Red Bull family? All that and more
In a crossover event Marvel would envy, Meg Rowley and guest co-host Michael Baumann of The Ringer discuss Games 1 and 2 of the World Series, what the loss of Charlie Morton means for Atlanta, the narrative role of the starter, how to navigate the moral conundrum that is fandom, the ever-growing length of postseason […]
We sit down to discuss the six things that are top of mind as the Astros and Braves prepare for Game 1 (1:00). Will the Atlanta bullpen hold up against a deep Astros lineup? Will Houston's offense be enough to overcome its thinning pitching depth? Then, we're joined by Michael Baumann and Zach Kram of ‘The Ringer MLB Show' to auction draft 12 different players who could win World Series MVP (31:00). Hosts: Jake Mintz and Jordan Shusterman Guests: Michael Baumann and Zach Kram Producer: Bobby Wagner Additional Production: Mike Wargon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tim Hauraney is joined by The Ringer's Michael Baumann, and Jon Bynoe to review this past weekends USGP. With Max Verstappen's win has the championship been decided? Will Lewis Hamilton have to take an engine penalty at some point in the remaining 5 races? Daniel Ricciardo drives Dale Earnhardt's 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, the battle between Ferrari and McLaren is heating up, and Martin Brundles grid walk.
Tim Hauraney is joined by Ringer staff Megan Schuster and Michael Baumann to discuss the Turkish Grand Prix. How do Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes work on improving pit wall and driver negotiations during crucial moments of a grand prix? Andretti could potentially purchase a stake in Sauber Motorsports and what does that mean for American IndyCar driver Colton Herta.
This week, we discuss how the Toronto Blue Jays have flipped the script on the AL wild-card race (0:30) before Mike is joined by Orioles rookie Michael Baumann to discuss his MLB debut (14:30). Then we discuss this year's Hall of Fame class (30:00) and preview the weekend's best series (50:00). Hosts: Michael Baumann (The Ringer), Ben Lindbergh, Zach Kram Guest: Michael Baumann (Baltimore Orioles) Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Tim Hauraney is joined by The Ringer's Michael Baumann and Jon Bynoe to discuss a hot week in the driver market. Russell to Mercedes, Bottas to Alfa Romeo, Latifi and Albon at Williams in 2022, and what happens with the second seat at Alfa Romeo. All that in lead up to the Italian Grand Prix.
Zach, Nick, and Bob welcome Baseball America's Kyle Glaser onto the show to talk about the Orioles farm system and the #2 ranking BA has given it. They talk about what goes into making a top rated system, how the talent is distributed within it, and how soon top rated systems tend to translate that into major league success. After that they talk about Michael Baumann getting called up to the majors, Kyle Stowers and Mishael Deson getting promoted to Norfolk and Delmarva respectively, and highlight our players outside of the top 30 for the week.
George Russell is announced at Mercedes, and Tim Hauraney is here to brake down the driver market to date . Then Tim is joined by Ringer staff Megan Schuster and Michael Baumann to discuss the Dutch GP. What was Mercedes trying to do at the end with the fastest lap? Lewis Hamilton wants more upgrades for the car. We also go deep on the driver market. Plus we hit on F1 Fantasy and more.
Michael Baumann of The Ringer joins Baskin and Phelps to talk Indians and MLB, including the league's new crackdown protocols on pitcher substances, and if the Indians can keep their winning ways going despite the recent rash of injuries - especially to the starting rotation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Episode 476 of Hittin' Season, host John Stolnis breaks down the first three games of the Phillies' series against the Marlins, the injuries piling up that are submarining the offense, the continued defensive mistakes, and some encouraging performances from the starting rotation, specifically, Vince Velasquez. The Ringer's Michael Baumann joins the show to talk all things Phillies as well as his favorite players in MLB and what he'd do to fix the issues the game is dealing with right now, including injuries and pace of play. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We recap the week in managerial hires (0:45) before guessing where some of the biggest free agents like Trevor Bauer, George Springer, Corey Kluber, and more will land this offseason (18:00). Finally, we review Michael Baumann's preseason prop bets and how everyone did with their predictions (45:30). Hosts: Michael Baumann, Ben Lindbergh, Zach Kram Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michael Baumann, Ben Lindbergh, and Zach Kram break down MLB's on-field action, roster moves, and quirks every week, with occasional appearances from a rotating cast of Ringer staffers and plugged-in media members around the league. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
- Keegan Akin, Dean Kremer, and Bruce Zimmermann made their MLB debuts this Summer. Immediately behind them are Michael Baumann, Zac Lowther, the recently acquired Kevin Smith, and Alex Wells. Who of this group interests Jim the most? - How is workload going to work with pitching in '21? - Thoughts on Terrin Vavra, Rylan Bannon, and Adam Hall - Thoughts on Drew Rom, and Carter Baumler, - The Elias regime has added Gunnar Henderson, Jordan Westburg, Anthony Servideo, Coby Mayo, Darell Hernaiz in the last 2 two drafts... who interests Jim? - Current thoughts on Yusniel Diaz - How would Jim handle the innings and development of Grayson Rodriguez and DL Hall? - The Orioles 1st round pick in the '20 draft was Heston Kjerstad. As an advanced college bat, what's a realistic time frame for him? - Adley Rutschman takes over as Orioles catcher when? - The International window opens January 15th...
Scott Manze catches up with former JU pitcher Michael Baumann on this week's Clubhouse Chatter Podcast Pres. by Hercules Tires. They discussed: - Mike coming down from Minnesota to Jacksonville - How he grew in just a few short months to win 2015 ASUN Pitcher of the Year - His professional journey in the Orioles system & more.
Greg recaps the KBO games from Monday morning, talks to Michael Baumann of The Ringer about the players & teams to keep an eye on for the 2020 MLB season before Greg analyzes his NPB & KBO plays for Tuesday morning! Podcast Highlights 2:44-Recap of Mondays KBO results 6:51-Interview with Michael Baumann 19:26-Tuesday morning's NPB picks 43:53-Tuesday morning's KBO picks See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Baumann comes on to detail the failures of the 2019 Phillies—both in team building and keeping players healthy (1:00). Then Meg Schuster shares a heavy dose of Minnesota nihilism as she worries about whether 2019 will be lost to Cleveland (27:15). Host: Bobby Wagner Guests: Michael Baumann and Meg Schuster Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Greg looks at how to combat in-game betting lag, how to predict lineups the night before a game, why starting pitching can be overvalued, and over/unders in west coast games before finding betable trends from Monday, chatting about the MLB landscape with Michael Baumann of The Ringer, and breaking down his bets for Tuesday! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Baumann is joined by Mallory Rubin to discuss Game 6 of the 2011 World Series in a special 'MLB Show'–'Rewatchables' crossover. The two break down how different baseball looked just eight years ago, the managerial blunders that potentially altered baseball history, the mythmaking performance of David Freese, and more. Hosts: Michael Baumann and Mallory Rubin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices