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Welcome to the "Secrets of #Fail," a new pod storm series hosted by Matt Brown. In this series of 2023, Matt dives deep into the world of failures and lessons learned along the way from high-net-worth individuals. Join Matt as he dives into the world of failures and lessons.Series: Secret of #FailEric has more than 30 years of experience in the wireless telecommunications industry. Prior to IWT, Eric held engineering management positions for General Electric/Ericsson in their radio and cellular division (joint venture). At GE, he managed R&D engineering, automation/test and new product introduction teams. Before GE, Eric was the engineering team leader for Motorola's radio group. While there, he finished his masters and participated in the Motorola Management Institute program.Get an interview on the Matt Brown Show: www.mattbrownshow.comSupport the show
In this episode we're joined by Mike Zafirovski, a man whose journey is as diverse as it is inspiring. Born in North Macedonia (in former Yugoslavia) and raised in a communist environment, Mike moved to the United States with his family, not knowing a word of English. From humble beginnings as factory workers, he climbed the corporate ladder to become a CEO of five General Electric businesses, where he spent 25 impactful years. He also served as President of Motorola and Nortel. Mike's story is a testament to the power of business mentorship, resilience, and the American dream. Get ready for an episode that dives deep into the essence of leadership, the importance of culture in an organization, and the transformative power of mentorship. Mike shares his "Top Six" principles that have guided him throughout his career, from delighting customers to fostering a positive work environment. He also opens up about the challenges of running businesses and how values-based businesses can be society's greatest assets. This episode is a masterclass in leadership and personal development, offering invaluable insights for anyone looking to excel in their career. This Week on The Wow Factor Mike's early life in North Macedonia (in former Yugoslavia) and the influence of communism on his worldview. His journey to the US and the challenges of adapting to a new culture. The role of mentorship in Mike's life, particularly during his early days in competitive swimming. His 25-year career at General Electric, including his experience working under Jack Welch. Mike's "Top Six" principles for leadership and organizational success. The importance of culture in a company and how it can make or break long-term success. Mike's views on values-based businesses as assets to society. The concept of "compete and win," and why it's crucial for personal and professional growth. The transient nature of success and the things that truly last. "Mentorship is not just about guidance; it's about empowering the next generation to exceed their own expectations." - Mike Zafirovski "When you're following a legend, you don't try to fill their shoes; you bring your own pair and walk your own path." - Mike Zafirovski "Culture isn't just a buzzword; it's the DNA of an organization. Get it right, and everything else falls into place." - Mike Zafirovski Mike Zafirovski's Word of Wisdom: Embrace change and be adaptable. Life is a journey of ups and downs, and the key to navigating it successfully is to be open to change. Connect with Mike: The Zaf Group Mike Zafirovski on LinkedIn Connect with The WOW Factor: The WOW Factor Website Connect with Brad Formsma via email Brad Formsma on LinkedIn Brad Formsma on Instagram Brad Formsma on Facebook Brad Formsma on Twitter
Does your agency website convert as well as it should? Why do clients buy from your agency? It might be time to take an objective look to determine how your agency website can convert more clients. It's a practice that will help you improve as a business and get a pulse on your audience's decision-making process. Today's guest founded one of the first CRO agencies in America and has a lot of experience understanding what his clients need versus what they want. He's sharing his story about growing his successful agency and ways you can improve your website to convert more clients by looking at the functional, emotional, and social reasons they buy from you. Khalid Saleh is the CEO of Invesp, one of the first dedicated CRO Agencies in North America. His agency has worked with the likes of eBay and Target, as well as smaller startups. As an eCommerce software architect, Khalid built his career devising ecommerce and optimization solutions for companies like American Express. Today he'll reveal how some of the most important changes to a business website must come from careful testing and how, in that process, he's usually humbled by clients. In this episode, we'll discuss: What clients want vs. what clients need. Improve your agency website to convert more clients. Getting to the core of why clients buy. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Sponsors and Resources E2M Solutions: Today's episode of the Smart Agency Masterclass is sponsored by E2M Solutions, a web design, and development agency that has provided white-label services for the past 10 years to agencies all over the world. Check out e2msolutions.com/smartagency and get 10% off for the first three months of service. Podcast Takeover!! Get to know your Smart Agency Guest Host: Dr. Jeremy Weisz is the co-founder of Rise25, an agency that helps companies launch and run podcasts profitably. He followed Jason's podcast and eventually joined the mastermind and has been a guest on the podcast before. Today, he's helping Jason bring something new to the Smart Agency podcast audience by interviewing a special guest and getting a new perspective to the show. What Clients Want vs. What Clients Need Khalid got the opportunity of a lifetime to work with Motorola revamping their ecommerce website in 2005. It was a dream come true for any software engineer as he had access to all the technology he needed to build the best website. The project took endless nights of hard work but the site was ready in three months. However, after so many hours of work and resources poured into the website, they quickly learned the site was not converting. They had almost no orders. As a software engineer, this was outside Khalid's expertise. The site was built as expected so his job was done. Nonetheless, Khalid became very interested in how something like this could happen and the idea for his agency, Invesp, was born. Now his agency helps brands increase conversion rates by getting to the core of their goals. It boils down to what clients want versus what clients actually need. Often times clients think they just want to revamp their websites, but they actually want help growing their business. Improving Your Agency Website to Convert More Clients Khalid and his team know that website CRO starts with looking at the website from the client's perspective. Once he understood that clients chose his agency in order to grow their business, his team made some adjustments to the agency website. First, they got rid of any language that sounded too formal. He wants clients to feel like they're being greeted as a friend. He also removed ambiguous language and tried to be very clear about what his agency does. Too often a company's website uses vague language. As a result, people leave not having any idea about what they do. In this sense, the friendly language must be balanced with practical descriptions of the ways you help clients. Next, clients browsing the website may worry their team lacks experience. So they added social proof of the different companies they've worked with and the results they've achieved. They even added video testimonials to offer additional evidence and not just claims of success. Khalid and his team designed the website according to what they wanted the client's user journey to look like. They strategically mapped it out to answer their main questions and concerns and address their core needs. This is what he did for his agency and part of how he helps clients increase their CRO. Why Clients Can Humble the Most Experienced Marketing Agency Experts In his keynote speeches, Khalid often refers to being humbled by clients. Sometimes all your research and testing does not prepare you for the clients' reactions. Even though the research indicates one option is the most likely to bring more website traffic and clicks, you may be quickly humbled by the actual response. It's something every business owner, marketer, or designer can relate to. Anytime you run an experiment in marketing you have a hypothesis. You may be proven correct or find you've misinterpreted what the audience wants. With several options, one wins, and the others lose. Why did some of them not work out? This is a tricky question you should always ask to get a better understanding of what works for your audience. Some clients may agree there are reasons to change a design but don't think testing is necessary. They can't choose one design out of several options so they figure any of them will do. This is where Khalid's team insists on the importance of testing each design out. Usually, the results end up surprising everyone. Out of four designs that seemed equally good maybe two actually reduce the conversion rate, while the results for the other two show a clear winner. This is why testing is so important. Getting to the Core of Why Your Clients Buy from Your Agency Anyone who's been through business school has probably heard that “no one buys a quarter-inch drill, they buy a quarter-inch hole”. That saying refers to the practical results you expect to get when you buy a product. In reality, for every action we take there are functional results, social results, and emotional results. For instance, if you buy a car you'll be able to get from point A to point B (functional), you'll feel like you've accomplished something (emotional), and maybe get your peers' praise (social). However, getting people to admit this is difficult. You must be very good at customer interviews by structuring them in a conversational style. After establishing the conversation, Khalid recommends going back to when the problem began. Ask questions that take the prospect back to the moment they decided to make the purchase. The more they remember and open up with details about their purchase decision, the better results you'll get about the emotional and social response to the purchase. These results are better than just asking direct questions about the product and purchase experience. Do You Want to Transform Your Agency from a Liability to an Asset? If you want to be around amazing agency owners that can see what you may not be able to see and help you grow your agency, go to Agency Mastery 360. Our agency growth program enables you to take a 360-degree view of your agency and gain mastery of the 3 pillar systems (attract, convert, scale) so you can create predictability, wealth, and freedom.
Joe Goldberg has been a CIA covert action officer, corporate intelligence director, international political consultant, and currently is a college instructor and writer. His work at the CIA garnered three Exceptional Performance Awards. In the private sector, as leader of Corporate Intelligence at Motorola, Joe received the Meritorious Award recognizing a single individual who has made significant contributions to the intelligence profession. He holds degrees in Political Science and Communications from the University of Iowa. In 2014, Joe self-published the novel Secret Wars: An Espionage Story, with sales of nearly 9,000 print and e-book copies. It was a finalist in both the fiction and historical fiction categories of the Independent Author Network awards.
Hoy nos toca hablar del Motorola Edge 40 y muchos temas mas . Bajo su responsabilidad Redes Sociales: Tik Tok @damiantiscornia Instagram : damiangtiscornia Grupo de Ayuda en Telegram https://t.me/damiantiscorniayoutube Correo: firstname.lastname@example.org Página Web https://damian-tiscornia.blogspot.com Grupo de Telegram; https://t.me/damiantiscorniayoutube Donaciones: https://www.paypal.me/desdelabarradeabel?locale.x=es_XC Twitter: https://twitter.com/damiantiscornia https://twitter.com/TiscorniaDamian Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DesdeLaBarraDeAbel/ Grupo Telegram: https://t.me/desdelabarradeabel Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr62gbpQKGkgJzqDjsAaGVw?view_as=subscriber Podcast: https://ar.ivoox.com/es/podcast-desde-barra-abel_sq_f1172580_1.html
Javier Celaya es un autor español que ha publicado varios libros y estudios enfocados principalmente en la tecnología y la era digital. Es fundador de dosdoce.com, un portal especializado en detectar y analizar tendencias relacionadas con el mundo de la comunicación y las nuevas tecnologías. Javier también es licenciado en Dirección de Empresas por el Boston College y tiene un máster en Relaciones Internacionales por la Universidad de Columbia en Nueva York y ha asesorado a empresas como Microsoft, Motorola, Adobe, entre muchas otras. En este episodio hablamos sobre: -Empezar una empresa o proyecto desde cero -Irse a vivir a otro país desde muy joven -Poder elegir a tus empleadores -Renovar una empresa cada cierto tiempo -Perderlo todo y levantarse Regístrate al SietedeSiete, un newsletter semanal donde puedes encontrar los mejores recursos, videos, artículos y herramientas que te ayudan a abrir la mente y llevar tu vida al siguiente nivel. DEMENTES Podcast: @dementespodcast Diego Barrazas: Instagram & Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Private mobile networks are becoming a critical utility for businesses to streamline operations, reduce costs, and improve safety and security. The deployments are growing steadily; however, a patchwork of available wireless solutions makes it challenging for many enterprises to have a standardized approach to address the connectivity needs of diverse use cases. There are stiff technical and commercial challenges to their widespread adoption, demanding both service providers and vendors to rise to the occasion. So, what can vendors do to simplify their customers' options? What are the primary decision factors for enterprises to deploy a private mobile network? And what will it take to scale private mobile network adoption? Let's find out. Our guests for the podcast are Tom Wheeler, the former Chairman of the FCC and a board member of Alef, and Mike Mulica, the CEO of Alef.Tom has led several efforts that resulted in the adoption of Net Neutrality, privacy protections for consumers, and increased cybersecurity, among other policies. As an entrepreneur, he started or helped start multiple companies offering innovative cable, wireless, and video communications services. He is the only person to be selected to both the Cable Television Hall of Fame and the Wireless Hall of Fame, a fact President Obama joked made him "the Bo Jackson of telecom." Presently, he is a visiting fellow at the Brookings Institute, a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, and a board member of Alef and many other companies. Mike Mulica has played a foundational role in pioneering the mobile internet and overseeing the release of game-changing products and technologies to global markets. His leadership at both public and private companies spans the likes of Motorola, Synchronoss, Openwave, Phone.com, Unwired Planet, FusionOne, RealNetworks, and Actility.In our session today, we will discuss a few topics, such as:- Inhibitors and drivers for private networks.- Strategies to standardize planning and deployment of private networks.- And many more.So, let us welcome Tom Wheeler and Mike Mulica. Contact PrivateLTEand5G Follow us on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/privatelteand5g Tweet at https://twitter.com/privateLTEand5G For more resources on Private Cellular Networks, go to https://www.privatelteand5g.com/ Email us at email@example.com
Denise Brosseau is a speaker, executive coach, consultant and the author of Ready to Be a Thought Leader? (Wiley). She is known as a 'thought leader about thought leadership.' Denise began her career in the technology industry, leading marketing and product teams at companies like Kensington and Motorola. After completing her MBA at Stanford, Denise focused the next stage of her career on women's access to venture capital. She co-founded the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs (later Watermark) and Springboard Enterprises. Together, these organizations have helped the women founders of companies like Constant Contact, Canva, iRobot, and many others raise millions in capital to scale their businesses. Since 2008, Denise has been the founder and CEO of the Thought Leadership Lab, where she works with women executives and their teams that want more influence and impact and to leave a legacy that matters. Her clients include executives at Zoom, PayPal, Roche and many smaller organizations. As a speaker and facilitator, she has had the opportunity to present at companies, conferences, and retreats across the US and internationally. Outside of work, Denise has dedicated her time to important causes like food banks and creating communities of women leaders. She is the co-founder of the Authoress community, an invite-only group of women authors who share tips on how to market their books. She is also a textile artist who loves quilting and weaving. In this episode we discussed: Denise's accidental journey to becoming a thought leader the importance of combining skills, background, and personality traits to create effective change the power of strategic thinking to change and effect your life's journey letting go and believing in the bigger message Connect with Denise Brosseau: Website: https://thoughtleadershiplab.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/denisebrosseau/ Thank you for listening! Be sure to follow the show so you don't miss the next episode! You can connect with Dr. Robin on LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram or contact me via email at: Robin@LeadershipPurposePodcast.com Go to: https://www.createmasterfulcourses.com to get her free training on "How to Turn Your Book into a MASTERFUL Course" If you would like to find out more about turning your book into a course, direct message Dr. Robin on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robinlowensphd/ Also, you can learn more about Leadership Purpose and her books at: https://www.robinlowens.com/ Talk to you soon! This episode was produced by Lynda, Podcast Manager #YourPodcastHelp at https://www.ljscreativeservices.co.nz
Hoy hablamos del Motorola Moto G13, y muchos temas mas Bajo su responsabilidad Redes Sociales: Tik Tok @damiantiscornia Instagram : damiangtiscornia Grupo de Ayuda en Telegram https://t.me/damiantiscorniayoutube Correo: firstname.lastname@example.org Página Web https://damian-tiscornia.blogspot.com Grupo de Telegram; https://t.me/damiantiscorniayoutube Donaciones: https://www.paypal.me/desdelabarradeabel?locale.x=es_XC Twitter: https://twitter.com/damiantiscornia https://twitter.com/TiscorniaDamian Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DesdeLaBarraDeAbel/ Grupo Telegram: https://t.me/desdelabarradeabel Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr62gbpQKGkgJzqDjsAaGVw?view_as=subscriber Podcast: https://ar.ivoox.com/es/podcast-desde-barra-abel_sq_f1172580_1.htm
Subscribe to the YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@brandingdeepdive?sub_confirmation=1Today we're talking to Shachar Meron. Shachar has 20 years of experience as a branding, advertising, and marketing executive and has worked on 100+ brands, including well-known brands like TransUnion, Boeing, McDonald's, Intuit, Johnson & Johnson, Nordstrom, Cars.com, Motorola, and Abbott Labs.He currently serves as a Partner and Creative Strategist at Bluegreen Branding, where he helps brand and marketing leaders, primarily from tech and finance companies, create brands that stand out from all the noise.Shachar is also a Senior Lecturer who teaches advertising and brand strategy at the University of Illinois, where he also earned his BS and MS in Advertising. Over the past nine years, he has won several teaching awards.Before life as a lecturer, he co-founded BatesMeron Design, an indie agency focused on branding and marketing, where he helped grow the business to 30 clients and $1M in billings. Shachar also founded Redacted, which became Chicago's largest copywriter association in its first year.He is a regular contributor at Brandingmag and was a featured speaker at AMA BrandSmart - the leading conference for brand marketers in the US - in Chicago this April.In this episode we dive deep into brand communication, running branding workshops, how to measure brand equity, and much more. If you don't know where to start with your company's branding, this episode is a must listen. Key Lessons: 1. How to measure brand equity - how much of a premium are people willing to pay for your product? 2. How to make someone a brand ambassador - think through how you're providing value at the different phases of the customer journeyLinks: https://bluegreenbranding.com/resources/https://bluegreenbranding.com/insights/
Videón a történelmi holdra szállás, ahogy India beveszi a Holdat Player 2023-08-28 04:57:07 Infotech India Egyenesen a Vikram nevű leszállóegység szemszögéből nézheted végig, miként sikerült a landolás, ott, ahol korábban senkinek sem jött össze. Pehelysúlyú versenyző lehet az iPhone 15 Pro PCWorld 2023-08-28 10:28:22 Mobiltech Apple Okostelefon iPhone Fogyókúra Az új anyaghasználatnak köszönhetően némi fogyókúrán eshet át az iPhone 15 Pro és Pro Max. Kiszivárgott képeken a Huawei Mate 60 Android Portál 2023-08-28 08:35:06 Mobiltech Telefon Okostelefon Huawei A Huawei Mate 60 gyártás alatt áll, és már láthattunk egy kiszivárgott képet, amely a hátlap kétszínű kialakítására utal. Ma újabb fotók bukkantak fel egy összeszerelő üzemnek tűnő helyről, ahol további színválasztékokat láthattunk, megerősítve az új dizájnt és a kör alakú kameraszigetet. Az egyik Huawei Mate 60 okostelefon lila színben jelenik meg Wagner-csoport: hiába a kitiltás, maradtak a Facebookon és az Instagramon IT Business 2023-08-28 06:07:11 Cégvilág Infotech London Instagram Facebook Wagner Csoport Kitiltások Egy több tucat fiókból álló hálózat népszerűsíti a Wagner orosz zsoldoscsoportot több százezer követőjének a Facebookon és az Instagramon. Mindezt teszik úgy. hogy a Meta már több hónapja megígérte: eltávolítja a csoportot dicsőítő vagy népszerűsítő tartalmakat. Nos, nem sikerült. A londoni székhelyű Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD), tanulmán A világ egyik legritkább cápáját mosta partra a víz 24.hu 2023-08-28 11:31:22 Tudomány Cápa A közönséges angyalcápa súlyosan veszélyeztetett, már csak nagyon kevés példány él a Földön. Újra betörne a magyar piacra a Motorola, a kétezres évek legmenőbb telefonjának gyártója Telex 2023-08-28 13:13:55 Mobiltech Telefon Okostelefon Motorola A butatelefonok korszakának meghatározó készüléke, a Razr négy éve támadt fel hajtogatós okostelefonként, és most megint meghódítaná Magyarországot. Egymaga tenne rendet a Tajvani-szorosban a Foxconn alapítója Bitport 2023-08-28 15:01:00 Infotech Kína Bruttó hazai termék GDP Tajvan Szingapúr A vállalat éléről néhány évvel ezelőtt távozott milliárdos függetlenként futna neki a tajvani elnökválasztásnak, és nem csak Szingapúrt előzné meg az egy főre jutó GDP tekintetében, de szuper jó viszonyt teremtene a Kínai Népköztársasággal is. Magyar diák nyerte a nemzetközi térképrajz-versenyt Tudás.hu 2023-08-28 15:14:58 Tudomány Afrika Térkép ELTE Fokváros Első helyezést ért el korosztályában Emmert Olivér “Én így képzelem…” című munkája a dél-afrikai Fokvárosban megrendezett ICA Térképrajz-verseny nemzetközi döntőjén, amelyen 32 ország 176 versenyzője vett részt. Az Eötvös Lóránd Tudományegyetem Informatikatudományi Intézet (ELTE IK PR) hétfői közleménye szerint a Nemzetközi Térképészeti Társulás (I Több millió Duolingo-felhasználó adata került ki egy hackerfórumra refresher.hu 2023-08-28 11:40:00 Infotech Hacker 2,6 millió Duolingo-felhasználó adatát lophatták el, amit egy hackerfórumra töltöttek fel, idén már másodjára. Eltűnik az iPhone egyik kedvelt tulajdonsága First Class 2023-08-28 12:58:22 Mobiltech Apple Okostelefon iPhone Iparági értesülések szerint a hamarosan érkező iPhone 15 nem kapható majd aranyszínű kiadásban, hiába kedvelik sokan ezt a külsőt. A módosítás mögött technológiai változás áll. Sosem látott jelenséget figyeltek meg a Napon 24.hu 2023-08-28 12:54:04 Infotech Világűr A felfedezést az Európai Űrügynökség kutatóinak és a Solar Orbiter űrszondának köszönhetjük. BMW-kről beszélgettünk egy Mercedessel Vezess 2023-08-28 11:54:31 Autó-motor Mesterséges intelligencia Mercedes-Benz BMW Feltettünk egy roppant egyszerű kérdést a Mercedes "mesterséges intelligenciájának", a válasza pedig frappánsabb volt, mint amire számítottunk. Honnan fogjuk tudni, ha a mesterséges intelligencia öntudatra ébred? Blikk 2023-08-28 06:18:51 Infotech Mesterséges intelligencia A mesterséges intelligencia nem gondolkodik, csupán ügyesen megírt algoritmusok teszik a dolgukat, és olyan válaszokat konstruálnak, amelyeket az emberek könnyen tudnak értelmezni. Ez nagyon emberivé teheti a chatbotokat a felszínen. De ahhoz, hogy az algoritmus a mélyén is emberi legyen, meg kell felelnie egy sor kritériumnak.
Stephen Wolfram answers questions from his viewers about the history science and technology as part of an unscripted livestream series, also available on YouTube here: https://wolfr.am/youtube-sw-qa Questions include: Can you give some insight into automata theory, its history and its applications up until today? - How did scientists figure out the source of the cosmic microwave radiation? - Why didn't containers become popular until Docker around 2013? It seems like they would have been very useful long before that. What did people do instead? - The idea of containers was there, but it was virtualization plus a heavy load of scripts to manage servers and configurations, which was just another iteration of mirroring machines. - Apple also had a Motorola-to-PPC emulator for their PPC Macs.
Hablamos del Motorola Edge 40 Pro y muchos temas mas Bajo su responsabilidad Redes Sociales: Tik Tok @damiantiscornia Instagram : damiangtiscornia Grupo de Ayuda en Telegram https://t.me/damiantiscorniayoutube Correo: email@example.com Página Web https://damian-tiscornia.blogspot.com Grupo de Telegram; https://t.me/damiantiscorniayoutube Donaciones: https://www.paypal.me/desdelabarradeabel?locale.x=es_XC Twitter: https://twitter.com/damiantiscornia https://twitter.com/TiscorniaDamian Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DesdeLaBarraDeAbel/ Grupo Telegram: https://t.me/desdelabarradeabel Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr62gbpQKGkgJzqDjsAaGVw?view_as=subscriber Podcast: https://ar.ivoox.com/es/podcast-desde-barra-abel_sq_f1172580_1.html
Es sábado y en el programa de hoy hablamos con Valeria Luque - Publicista hace 12 años enfocada en planeacion estratégica y actualmente hace parte de la agencia Mullenlowe como directora estratégica, además la Nasa busca estudiantes para diseñar vehículos para explorar la Luna y Marte, los humanoides de una empresa de Shanghái que podrían sacudir el ambiente el próximo año; entrevista con Sergio Rincón, la historia del talentoso colombiano que trabajó en la producción de Oppenheimer, nos habla de su vida y de los efectos digitales de la película y mucho más.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4129325/advertisement
We're excited to welcome back to the podcast Sudhakar Ramakrishna, CEO at SolarWinds. When we first caught up with Sudhakar it was several months into his tenure at the company managing through the Sunburst attack. We were so impressed with how he was helping navigate the company through this time we wanted to check in with him more than a year later for an update on how things are going. He shares insights on the company's Secure by Design initiative, radical transparency, the power of public/private partnerships and an information sharing collaborative, CISA and creating a community of research, the opportunity for a national cyber guard, protection for whistleblowers, and the criticality of doing basic things right consistently. You won't want to miss this exciting episode! Sudhakar Ramakrishna, President and CEO, SolarWinds Sudhakar Ramakrishna joined SolarWinds as President and Chief Executive Officer in January 2021. He is a global technology leader with nearly 25 years of experience across cloud, mobility, networking, security and collaboration markets. He most recently served as the CEO of Pulse Secure®, a leading provider of secure and zero trust access solutions for Hybrid IT environments, where he was responsible for all aspects of business strategy and execution. Prior to Pulse Secure, Mr. Ramakrishna served as the Senior Vice President and General Manager for the Enterprise and Service Provider Division at Citrix®, where he had responsibility for Citrix's portfolio of virtualization, cloud networking, mobile platforms and cloud services solutions. Mr. Ramakrishna also has held senior leadership roles at Polycom, Motorola and 3Com. Mr. Ramakrishna is an experienced public and private company board member. Mr. Ramakrishna is a partner at Benhamou Global Ventures, a leading venture capital firm investing in emerging startups in the fields of security, analytics and applications. Mr. Ramakrishna earned a master's degree in computer science from Kansas State University and a master's of management degree from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management. For links and resources discussed in this episode, please visit our show notes at https://www.forcepoint.com/govpodcast/e246
Tory Archbold started Torstar in her twenties and built a fabulous life as a single mom running a global business. She had a team of 22, including two executive assistants, and was launching big-name brands like Zara, Victoria's Secret, Motorola, and Nespresso in Australia. She was a top Australian CEO and entrepreneur, immersed in a sparkly PR world at the height of her career. As she watched Drew Barrymore speak about moving through tough times at an event she organized, a moment of transformation came over her. At that moment, Tory quit PR. In that moment, Tory put herself first: her health, daughter, and newfound love. At that moment, Tory found herself. And once she found herself, she wanted to support transformative momentum in others. Today, Tory is the founder of Powerful Steps, with a mission to share her toolkit with high-octane businesswomen and plot their personal roadmap to success. She reshapes your brands, businesses, and lives using the proven strategies she's developed over two decades. Her exclusive Business Attraction program shares the same brand expertise she used to nurture the world's top-performing brands for entrepreneurs and C-suite women. Her book, Self-Belief Is Your Superpower: Unleash Your Life Purpose, Own Your Power, and Become a Magnet for Miracles, powerfully walks women through her step-by-step guide so that they can build entrepreneurial empires of their own. More of Tory: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/tory-archbold Websites: powerful-steps.com and torstar.com.au Twitter: TorstarSydney Instagram: @powerfulsteps
On this week's episode of the Android Central Podcast, Shruti Shekar, Jerry Hildenbrand, Andrew Myrick, and Nick Sutrich discuss all the fallout from Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023, the anticlimactic nature of annual events, review the Galaxy Z Fold 5 & it's issues with pulse width modulation, discuss Andrew's nightmare attempting to get his Galaxy Z Fold 4 repaired, and more! Links: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2023 LIVE updates - Android Central Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked 2023 was bigger, better, and boringer - Android Central The Galaxy Z Fold 5's display makes me want to curl up into a ball and die - Android Central Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 camera review - Android Central The Galaxy Z Flip 5's large cover screen still has room to grow - Android Central My Galaxy Z Fold 4 nightmare - Android Central Android Central Podcast Sponsors: Indeed: Hire better with Indeed. Visit indeed.com/acp to start hiring now. Follow us on Twitter: @AndroidCentral @Shruti_Shekar @gbhil @AndyMyrick @Gwanatu
The 2nd episode of our new podcast series! - "The Supply Chain Talent Building and Engagement Series".Supply Chain Careers podcast hosts - Chris Gaffney and Rodney Apple speak with Jennifer Longnion, Founder and Chief Organization Officer, See and Free Consulting.In this episode, Jenn begins by sharing her journey with companies such as Best Buy, Motorola, Coca-Cola, and Dollar Shave Club. Learn how to best view and apply organizational development within supply chain. Also learn how to deal with transformation and change, plus how HR can build trust and be a valued partner with supply chain leaders.Are you an employer looking for assistance with hiring Supply Chain Professionals?Head here to learn about our Supply Chain & Operations Recruiting Firm!Want to explore more supply chain career resources?Head over to SCM Talent Group!Want to apply for available Supply Chain Jobs?Head over to our Supply Chain Job Board!
A tecnologia das telas dobráveis chama a atenção por ser um tanto... diferentona. Depois de muitos produtos com cara de protótipo, no entanto, sua aplicação no segmento de smartphones já ganhou certa maturidade. Aqui, a Samsung é a líder, tendo lançado recentemente a quinta geração das linhas Galaxy Z Flip e Z Fold. Mas Motorola também chega em busca de espaço com o Razr 40 e Razr 40 Ultra. No episódio de hoje, batemos um papo sobre a evolução da categoria dos dobráveis. Um dia veremos essa tecnologia ganhando o público? Qual problema objetivo ela resolve? E será que em 2024 a Apple colocará no mercado um iPhone dobrável? Para descobrir, dá o play e vem com a gente! ParticipantesThiago MobilonPaulo HigaThássius VelosoJosué de OliveiraCitado no episódioGalaxy: Samsung aposta em mais memória e descarta dar itens de graça – Entrevista com Gustavo Assunção, vice-presidente de dispositivos móveis da Samsung no Brasil CréditosProdução: Josué de OliveiraEdição e sonorização: Ariel LiborioArte da capa: Vitor Pádua
Episode 238. I break down the stories breaking regarding a compromise of USAF Base Security radio systems by an engineer and the discovery of a backdoor into TETRA commonly used outside the US. This reinforces the reality that COMSEC begins with you and your practices. Creating your own COMSEC methods is a hell of a lot better than relying on someone else's. JM Dynamic Home Page Get the Merch: Brushbeater Store The Guerilla's Guide to the Baofeng Radio is a #1 Bestseller! Knightsbridge Research discount code: SCOUT Nehemiah Strong discount code: SCOUT1 Radio Contra Sponsors: Civil Defense Manual Tactical Wisdom Blacksmith Publishing Radio Contra Patron Program Brushbeater Training Calendar Brushbeater Forum Palmetto State Armory Primary Arms
Pre-Orders have begun for Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip 5. One case, in particular, caught our attention the most. It's called the Flipsuit Case. it becomes much more than that thanks to an NFC component that brings it to life in an exciting way. Meanwhile, Apple is facing regulatory scrutiny in the US over its App Store guidelines, which allegedly hurt apps related to blockchain and non-fungible tokens (NFTs).Galaxy Flip 5 Amazon Deal ➜ https://bit.ly/Flip5Amazon
We pit the Samsung's Flip and Fold against the Motorola's Razr+ foldable phones. Which of these foldable smartphones is better? Plus Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Nvidia and Pixar formed the Alliance for OpenUSD to promote a standard for interoperable 3D tools and data. Basically. Standard for AR. And Videogameschronicle's sources say that development kits for the Nintendo's next console have been delivered to key game studios. Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Iyaz Akhtar, Roger Chang, Joe To read the show notes in a separate page click here! Support the show on Patreon by becoming a supporter!
I'm so honored to have interviewed my voice coach, Linda Bruno. She is an industry pro, with 30 years of experience. Her clients include: Disney, TLC, Kia, Costco, Walmart, Samsung, Motorola, CNN, Disney Jr., Nickelodeon.. and the list goes on. Check out her demos and more info on her website: www.lindabruno.comHer training began in Miami, Florida with the legendary voice over actress, Connie Zimet who helped with the foundation for her craft. Connie accepted the shy 18-year old into her studio and gave her the inspiration to move forward with this challenging career. Those early days of watching Connie work were truly inspirational to her.In 1997, she moved to NYC in search of an agent and larger clients. That move led to relationships with various agents, production houses and now thanks to the Internet, worldwide clients spanning as far away as India and Singapore on a daily basis.Now based on Long Island, New York, she shares studio space with Digital Waterworx in Melville, and love the camaraderie and stimulation of being around other creative people. Ever questioned the profound effect a spiritual encounter can have on one's life? Linda's near-death experience at the age of 25 was a turning point that forever molded my perspective on life, grounding, empathy, and self-love – all crucial in addressing the relentless challenges of the voiceover industry. The indescribable peace from my encounter with a mysterious man who told her it wasn't her time yet, shaped a path in radio and eventually voice acting. Vulnerability became her fuel, expressing her unique self during auditions. The journey led to an unexpected twist in her personal life, as she stumbled upon her now-husband after releasing the desperate need for companionship. There is magic in letting life unfold, bringing joy and gratitude more profound than we can ever imagine.Ever felt like you're an imposter in your industry? We've all been there. The voiceover world is no exception. It's a territory filled with challenges. Linda shares insights on identifying the right people who can lead you on your career path, the necessity to take a step back when things feel off, and the importance of research to avoid wasting time and money. Tune in, whether you are a seasoned voice artist or just intrigued by the industry, this episode promises to enlighten and inspire.Be sure to check out Linda's podcast - Voiceover Gurus Podcast! You will find customized coaching, specific to your needs. If you are curious and have questions, they offer a $50 assessment consultation. www.thechatterboxradio.comwww.carriefarris.com Support the showThank you for listening to our show! If you are looking for resources on any topic we've discussed, please visit our website: www.thechatterboxradio.com You will find vetted websites and information to help with suicide prevention, domestic abuse, and mental health support. If you are looking for meditations or yoga, we've got that too! Check out our YouTube videos !! Especially developed to increase brain flow, stimulate the vagus nerve and relieve stress.Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for guest inquiries. If you are on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube or Twitter, click and follow! You are apart of other people's healing. Join me and let's make this planet a little nicer. www.thechatterboxradio.comFor Sponsorships & Promos, contact: www.carriefarris.com
We pit the Samsung's Flip and Fold against the Motorola's Razr+ foldable phones. Which of these foldable smartphones is better? Plus Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Nvidia and Pixar formed the Alliance for OpenUSD to promote a standard for interoperable 3D tools and data. Basically. Standard for AR. And Videogameschronicle's sources say that development kits for the Nintendo's next console have been delivered to key game studios.Starring Tom Merritt, Sarah Lane, Iyaz Akhtar, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/dtns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Un show que hablamos del Motorola Moto G23 y muchos temas mas Bajo su responsabilidad Redes Sociales: Tik Tok @damiantiscornia Instagram : damiangtiscornia Grupo de Ayuda en Telegram https://t.me/damiantiscorniayoutube Correo: email@example.com Página Web https://damian-tiscornia.blogspot.com Grupo de Telegram; https://t.me/damiantiscorniayoutube Donaciones: https://www.paypal.me/desdelabarradeabel?locale.x=es_XC Twitter: https://twitter.com/damiantiscornia https://twitter.com/TiscorniaDamian Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DesdeLaBarraDeAbel/ Grupo Telegram: https://t.me/desdelabarradeabel Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr62gbpQKGkgJzqDjsAaGVw?view_as=subscriber Podcast: https://ar.ivoox.com/es/podcast-desde-barra-abel_sq_f1172580_1.html
Crain's health care reporter Katherine Davis talks with host Amy Guth about the proposed citywide mental health plan, Treatment Not Trauma. Plus: Data suggests America's air travel boom may have peaked, pay gap between biggest U.S. cities is getting wider as wages slow, United buys former Motorola building in Arlington Heights for ops center and lawsuit against Northwestern alleges football player was abused as a minor.
¡No hay problema! Esta semana: • Combo trailers: Strange Planet, Gen V, Interview With The Vampire • La ESRB quiere escanear caras de jugadores • TikTok quiere ser Twitter • Los 'Motorratones de Marte' vuelven • Spotify sube sus precios • Retrasos en todos lados por la huelga • Twitter cambia de nombre • ALF vuelve en forma de serie • Motorola va a deshabilitar teléfonos • ¡Agujero de gravedad! • Superconductores a temperatura ambiente • Atom Eve ¡Resistencia! Ya se la saben, nos mordió un YouTuber y necesitamos ese like, esa suscripción y esa compartida, ¡hagan paro! También tenemos un lugar desde donde pueden acceder a todo lo que hacemos, es nuestra landing page en https://nonocast.com. Ahí están nuestros canales de video en Facebook (https://facebook.com/ElNonocast/videos) y en YouTube (https://youtube.com/@elnonocast). Se pueden subir a los avisos en el canal de Telegram de la resistencia (https://t.me/elnonocast) y al coto en el server de Mastodon de la resistencia (https://nonomastodon.redirectme.net/home). Finalmente, también están nuestras cuentas de Redes Sociales en https://facebook.com/ElNonocast/, https://instagram.com/ElNonocast/, y https://twitter.com/elnonocast; así como agregadores de podcasts donde se publica la versión en audio del episodio. Y si nos quieren apoyar para seguir comprando equipo para la resistencia está el link a https://patreon.com/elnonocast: donde tienen acceso a material exclusivo que NUNCA se escucha en otro lado, material liberado con anticipación, versiones extendidas de los episodios, fotos cachondas de bicholon, ¡y más! Otra manera de tirar paro para que más ñoños nos conozcan es espameando inmisericordemente sus grupos de lo que sea y donde sea, o dejando una reseña con sus respectivas estrellitas en donde sea que nos escuchen. Y si necesitan hablar directamente con alguno de nosotros estamos en Twitter como https://twitter.com/bicholon y https://twitter.com/dashnak , y en Mastodon estamos como https://nonomastodon.redirectme.net/@bicholon y https://mastodon.social/@dashnak, cualquier cosa, ahí nos tiran un grito.
Matt Genovese Founder and CEO of Planorama design shares how he -Started learning programming as a kid on 8-bit computersFounding Planorama Design, software experimentsImpact of dinner table conversations around trigonometry, tinkering and electronics projectsNeed to know “why”, diving inside the black box, having the freedom to take things apart to learnWorking at Motorola, from fabrication to production, moving into functional design and verification for SoC for Power PC based RISC processorsPoints of view on the cost of releasing bugsBringing design into software engineering, getting requirements right to build the right productFocus on delivering hi-fidelity requirements for software engineers to do a great job, reduce time to deliver a quality productMatt Genovese is the founder and CEO of Planorama Design, bringing over 25 years of career experience in high-tech, spanning semiconductors, hardware, IoT, IT, and software product development. He has a strong track record of planning, launching, and shipping products that work. Matt's company, Planorama Design, is a software user experience design professional services company, designing complex, technical software that is simple and intuitive to use. Staffed with seasoned engineers and user experience (UX) designers, the company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA.Matt earned a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas at Austin. He began his career at Motorola-Freescale Semiconductor in product & test engineering and moved into design verification of RISC processors and SoCs. Matt has also held product leadership roles for complex and technical software development. As a result of his deep professional experience, Matt strives to “get it right the first time” starting with the software application's user experience design, down to the hardware at the bottom of the stack. Planorama helps drive product development processes that create products that work out of the gate.Social Media Handles:Way to reach Matt : https://planorama.design/podcast/LinkedIn-> https://linkedin.com/in/mgenovese Setup an appointment -> https://tidycal.com/matt-genovese/30-minute-meeting
Bienvenidos al inicio de semana en RCN Digital, hoy hablaremos del día Mundial del Emoji, además como es el nuevo proceso de contratación de talentos, Mujeres ingenieras que cambiaron el mundo de la tecnología, la kings league llega a América, nuevos lanzamientos de Motorola en Colombia y mucho más.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4129325/advertisement
En el día de hoy vamos a estar revisionando el smartphone de gama alta el Motorola Edge 40 Pro, lanzado en abril del 2023. APOYANOS DESDE PAYPAL https://www.paypal.me/arielmcorg APOYANOS DESDE PATREON https://www.patreon.com/radiogeek APOYANOS DESDE CAFECITO https://cafecito.app/radiogeek Podes seguirme desde Twitter @arielmcorg (www.twitter.com/arielmcorg) También desde Instagram @arielmcorg (www.instagram.com/arielmcorg) Sumate al canal de Telegram #Radiogeekpodcast (http://telegram.me/Radiogeekpodcast)
The Personal Computer Show Wednesday July 12th 2023 PRN.live Streaming on the Internet 6:00 PM Eastern Time IN THE NEWS Judge Orders Biden Officials to Limit Contact with Social Media China Curbs Gallium and Germanium Chips to Counter US Semiconductor Ban Toyota Claims Battery Breakthrough for Electric Cars Tech Jobs are Still the Most In-Demand Ageism of New Yorkers Age 65 and Up is a Serious Issue Age Discrimination Could Worsen Physical and Mental Health ITPro Series with Benjamin Rockwell Maintaining Work Life Balance From the Tech Corner In NYC, Companies Will Have to Prove AI Hiring Software Isn't Sexist or Racist Harvard University Unveils Plans to Teach Students with AI ChatBot this Fall Technology Chatter with Benjamin Rockwell and Marty Winston Misc Tech with Stanley, Civivi, Motorola, and Zevo
Today we're sharing another insightful presentation from our most recent Innovative Executives League Summit, where Deepika Duggirala, SVP of Global Technology Platforms at TransUnion, spoke about how focusing on your people and the developer experience leads to improved business performance.At TransUnion, Deepika leads the technology strategy and execution of cloud-based platform transformation. With over two decades of leadership experience, she has led teams that build high-performing software across a variety of companies, ranging from startups to large global enterprises. Prior to joining TransUnion, Deepika led product development as the CTO and VP of Engineering at Yello. She also served as SVP of Engineering at SPINS and held various technology leadership roles at SAP, Nielsen, and Motorola.Deepika holds a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Rutgers University and a Bachelor's in Electronic Engineering from Nagpur University in India. She serves on the Regional Advisory Board of Comp-U-Dopt, an organization that designs programs to eliminate limited computer access, increase technical literacy, and support the future of youth in communities across Chicago and northern Illinois. She is also a passionate advocate for women in technology and the importance of balance in our work and personal lives.(02:34) - Recruiting, developing, and retaining high-performing talent(03:29) - Background on TransUnion & Global Technology Platforms(06:45) - Engaging development talent in the current environment(09:06) - Software development is a creative process(10:36) - Increased retention and productivity(11:33) - Listening to the engineering community(13:06) - DevX: TransUnion's onboarding program(14:59) - How to continuously listen, engage & support(17:09) - Upskilling, investing in training, and future-proofing (18:26) - The results for TransUnionIf you're unfamiliar with the Innovative Executives Leagues, it's an invite-only community of innovators, entrepreneurs, and intrapreneurs with a growth mindset and a passion for innovation. It was founded to increase the network of innovation in the Chicagoland area and also on a national scale. If you're interested in becoming a member, send us a message at LinkedIn or visit our website at www.dragonspears.com/innovative-executives-league.If you'd like to receive new episodes as they're published, please subscribe to Innovation and the Digital Enterprise in Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider leaving a review in Apple Podcasts. It really helps others find the show.Podcast episode production by Dante32.
“What does working at your company say about me? And do you embody the badge value that I want to say about myself when I tell someone where I work?" This is a special episode only available to our podcast subscribers, which we call The Mini Chief. These are short, sharp highlights from our fabulous CEO guests, where you get a 5 to 10 minute snapshot from their full episode. Our latest guest is Simon Mainwaring, CEO of We First. His full episode is titled Bringing Purpose to Life, Growing a Brand Movement and Nailing a Pitch and you can find the full audio and show notes here:
“What does working at your company say about me? And do you embody the badge value that I want to say about myself when I tell someone where I work?" In this episode of The Inner Chief podcast, we speak to Simon Mainwaring, CEO of We First, on Bringing Purpose to Life, Growing a Brand Movement and Nailing a Pitch.
After becoming the CEO of PepsiCo in 2006, Indra Nooyi became the first woman and immigrant to run a Fortune 50 company. From Chennai, India, to Yale's School of Management, Nooyi worked her way up from The Boston Consulting Group, Motorola, and ASEA Brown Boveri before eventually landing at PepsiCo, overseeing the global operation of its countless drinks, snacks, and restaurants. Nooyi's memoir, My Life in Full, details her legendary career, exploring her extraordinary personal journey and the demands of being one of the most powerful women on the planet.
Michael Indjeian is a Daytime Emmy® winning Producer & Daytime Emmy® nominated Director with 5 total Daytime Emmy® nominations (2019-2022), and 26 years in film & television. Michael is known for producing the feature film, Follow Her (2022), and producing (57 episodes) & directing (7 episodes) the 2-time Daytime Emmy® winning PBS travel show, Samantha Brown's Places to Love (Seasons 1-6). His work also includes serving as the UPM (USA Unit) for the Harvey Keitel film, Chosen (2016), Line Producer/UPM for the pilot, Laying Low (2017), and Director/Producer/Writer for the LIFE winning short film, Lucky Day (2007). In the commercial & non-broadcast arena, Michael has achieved 70+ industry awards and produced & directed 800+ projects for clients that include HBO, AMC, Fox, USA, Discovery, Sony, Hertz, Gap, Pepsi, Avon & Super Bowl XLVIII. Michael began his production career during the New York City Hip Hop scene in 1996 contributing to iconic music videos for Diddy, Wu-Tang Clan, Lauryn Hill, Faith Evans and 112. Michael grew up in Cliffside Park, NJ and graduated with a BA from Virginia Tech. In this episode, we talk about: • His first job working on P Diddy's Music Video and what stayed with him all of these years since • Starting at 30fps productions and being Involved in over 800+ projects there for clients including Sony, Pepsi, Avon, Hertz, Gap, Motorola, HBO, AMC, USA, Discovery, TV Guide, MTV, TD Waterhouse, Black & Decker, Lane Bryant, Marchon, Doubleday and IRS • Writing, directing and producing the short films Scores to Settle and Lucky Day for film competitions, while working a full time job • Working as a producer on the 2-time Daytime Emmy® winning PBS travel show Samantha Brown's Places to Love • How he came upon the film Follow Her, which was written by actress Dani Barker • Working on the feature film The Good Half starring David Arquette, Brittany Snow, and Nick Jonas wrapping in January, with the world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival • His experience on set in front of the camera and why he finds it important to do all roles • What's something he wishes a filmmaker would know before connecting with him • The ideal amount of time he would want for preproduction on a feature film and how he would go about recommending how to determine your budget Guest: IMDb LinkedIn Company Website - Giddy Productions Host: Instagram: @MentorsontheMic @MichelleSimoneMiller Twitter: @MentorsontheMic @MichelleSimoneM Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mentorsonthemic Website: www.michellesimonemiller.com and www.mentorsonthemic.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/24mmichelle We mention the episode Becoming... Legendary Acting Coach Bob Krakower If you like this episode, check out Becoming... Film Producer Gaylyn Fraiche and former VP of Film & TV of Hello Sunshine ("Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2," "Cheetah Girls 2") Click here to join our Mailing list. Ads: Check out Cave Day right now. Only $40 for the first 3 months! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michelle-miller4/support
On this week's episode of the Android Central Podcast, Shruti Shekar, Jerry Hildenbrand, Andrew Myrick, Derrek Lee, and Nick Sutrich review the Google Pixel Tablet, the Google Pixel Fold, the Motorola Razr Plus, and more! Links: Google Pixel Tablet review - Android Central Google Pixel Fold review - Android Central Motorola Razr Plus review - Android Central Follow us on Twitter: @AndroidCentral @Shruti_Shekar @gbhil @AndyMyrick @TheeBranLee @Gwanatu
On this week's episode of the Android Central Podcast, Shruti Shekar, Jerry Hildenbrand, Andrew Myrick, and Derrek Lee discuss what Android 15 needs to steal from iOS 17, what iOS 17 needs to learn from Google, the Samsung Galaxy Watch & Google Pixel Watch's new health features, review the Moto G Stylus 5G, rave about the Amazon Fire Max 11, and more! Links: iOS 17 is a big nothing-burger - Android Central 4 things Android 15 needs to steal from iOS 17 - Android Central Amazon Fire Max 11 review - Android Central Samsung details availability of important Galaxy Watch health feature - Android Central The Google Pixel Watch's SpO2 monitoring finally becomes operational - Android Central Moto G Stylus 5G (2023) review - Android Central Android Central Podcast Sponsors: NetSuite: Get the visibility and control you need to weather any storm, check out netsuite.com/android. Follow us on Twitter: @AndroidCentral @Shruti_Shekar @gbhil @AndyMyrick @TheeBranLee
Fifty years on from the first mobile phone call, this programme examines how the device has revolutionised the way we lives our lives. It was 1973 when Martin Cooper, a Motorola researcher made the first mobile phone call to his rival at Bell Labs. The prototype weighed 2 kilograms and measured 23 by 13 by 4.5 centimetres. It offered a talk time of just 30 mins and took 10 hours to recharge. Fast forward five decades and checking the phone is the first thing many people do when they wake up in the morning and the last thing they do when they go to bed. How has the mobile phone revolutionised the way we live our lives?
Kelly talks to author and entrepreneur, Tory Archbold to unlock the power of believing in yourself. Tory got her start as a PR powerhouse building her own firm and becoming Australia's It PR girl, successfully launching brands such as Zara, Victoria's Secret, Motorola, and Nespresso. It wasn't until Tory had a possibly deadly health scare that she had to confront the way she was living her life and get in alignment with what she now calls her true purpose. Tory is now the founder or Powerful Steps, with a mission to share her toolkit with high-octane businesswomen and plot their personal roadmap to success. She reshapes your brands, businesses, and lives using the proven strategies she's developed over two decades and is sharing many of those tools with Kelly and you today. I'm this episode, Tory tips include: How to Shift Into a High Vibration Quickly Using the 45 Second Rule: You can dwell on a challenge for 45 years, 45 minutes, or 45 seconds. Why choosing the 45 second option has moved Tory into the areas that set her heart on fire. — now you are helping clients shift into their highest vibration, tell us about the 45 second rule Self Belief is Your Superpower: How we can open up the power of possibility and tap into the success within us through our self belief. The Power of Connection: How cultivating a network the right way can build your reputation, influence, and advocacy. Coffee Dates Not Lunch: Why you should go on three different coffee dates a week, the three types of coffee dates, and how to stay connected afterwards. What Does Captain Google Say About You?: Why your personal brand shouldn't just advocate for you but also advocate for others. Socials: @powerfulsteps Website - HERE Book: Self-Belief Is Your Superpower: Unleash Your Life Purpose, Own Your Power, Become a magnet for Miracles - HERESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Reddit's plan to charge for API access has led to a big backlash on the platform with many subreddits switching to private or hidden mode in protest. Apple's Vision Pro isn't the only VR/AR news. We take a look at some other developments in the space including VR ebook headset and tools to help creators make AR/VR content. And Iyaz Akhtar shares his review of Motorola's latest foldable handsets the Razr and Razr+.Starring Tom Merritt, Rich Stroffolino, Iyaz Akhtar, Roger Chang, Joe.Link to the Show Notes. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/dtns. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Here's what to expect on the podcast:What steps can be taken to transition from a doer to a leader?What are the essential skills that an effective leader should possess?What are the three pillars of leadership success, and how do they contribute to effective leadership?What are the top three priorities that new leaders should focus on?And much more! About Vanessa:Vanessa Judelman - pronounces You-delman (silent J). Vanessa is a sought-after leadership expert, author, and executive coach. She has been developing leaders across the globe for over two decades. She is noted as an expert in her industry. She is a published author, contributor to CKNW Radio, and a guest lecturer in the MBA program at the University of Toronto. Whether facilitating, training, or coaching, Vanessa has achieved successful change outcomes with organizations such as Campbell's Soup, Food Banks of Canada, Motorola, the United Nations, and HelloFresh. Connect with Vanessa Judelman!Website: https://www.mosaicpd.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/MosaicPDFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MosaicPeopleDevelopment/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vanessajudelman/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vanessajudelman/Check out Vanessa Judelman's book, Mastering Leadership: What it Takes to Lead in Today's Fast-Paced World, on Amazon! https://amzn.to/3J7QQhv Connect with Kamie Lehmann!Website: https://www.kamielehmann.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kamie.lehmann.1Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shesinvinciblepodcast/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kamie-lehmann-04683473National Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/Get your Podcast on IMDB: https://imdb.failureguy.com/submitpodcastkamieLearn more about how to minimize the emotional side effects of cancer: https://adventurefound.org/The National Eating Disorder Helpline: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/help-support/contact-helpline
On this week's episode of the Android Central Podcast, Shruti Shekar, Derrek Lee, Michael Hicks, and Nick Sutrich discuss all the fallout from WWDC and why Android users should care about Apple's Vision Pro, problems with the Google Pixel watch, review the Motorola Razr Plus, and more! Links: Apple's Vision Pro is proof that Meta's Quest was right - Android Central Games on Apple Vision Pro will be great - Android Central The Apple Vision Pro is a rare opportunity for Google, Samsung, and the Quest 3 - Android Central Motorola Razr Plus hands-on - Android Central Google Pixel Watch's back is falling off - Android Central Follow us on Twitter: @AndroidCentral @Shruti_Shekar @Michael_L_Hicks @TheeBranLee @Gwanatu
Reddit's plan to charge for API access has led to a big backlash on the platform with many subreddits switching to private or hidden mode in protest. Apple's Vision Pro isn't the only VR/AR news. We take a look at some other developments in the space including VR ebook headset and tools to help creators make AR/VR content. And Iyaz Akhtar shares his review of Motorola's latest foldable handsets the Razr and Razr+. Starring Tom Merritt, Rich Stroffolino, Iyaz Akhtar, Roger Chang, Joe, Amos To read the show notes in a separate page click here! Support the show on Patreon by becoming a supporter!