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The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg
Mutually Assured Derangement

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 103:20


In light of the reaction to his call for anti-Trump conservatives to form a third party, Jonah invites Michael Brendan Dougherty onto The Remnant to discuss the potential benefits and drawbacks of such an approach. Things don't entirely go as planned, as their conversation swiftly moves beyond that into the broader strangeness of contemporary politics and the conservative movement. With the American people increasingly defecting from the norms of constitutional government, what can be done to prevent our institutions from collapsing? Show Notes: - Michael's author page at National Review - My Father Left Me Ireland, Michael's recent book - Jonah's uncontroversial column - Michael's response - Charlie Cooke's response - Dan McLaughlin's response - The Wednesday G-File - Trump urges Republicans not to vote  - Bill Kristol: “What About Joe?” - The Remnant with George Will - Remember the Obamacons? - Yuval Levin on nationalism and exceptionalism - Stalin's War, by Sean McMeekin - Macron's plan to reindustrialize France - Ross Douthat: “How Conservatives Can Reshape Education” - Charlie Kirk at his worst - Joe Rogan debates Sanjay Gupta - The Merrick Garland letter - The National School Boards Association letter - The Daily Signal's bathroom story - The latest Dispatch Podcast - Norse mythology - David Harsanyi debates Sohrab Ahmari See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pork Fried Dice - A Dungeons & Dragons Podcast
240: Does The Mutually Match the Exclusive?

Pork Fried Dice - A Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 55:58


Remember, remember the fifth of November, the Alamo, and the Maine! Wait, it's not "remember", it's "fuck, marry, kill!" Of course! Your task this week is to visit our community Discord, say hi, and let us know which of those three dates/forts/ships you would fuck, marry, and kill. You can also find more dates/forts/ships on the incomparable PFD wiki!

Stood in the Gap
Kelli Jones: “Successful products spring from a passion to improve people's lives”

Stood in the Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 33:17


Kelli Jones is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of Be Nimble Foundation, where the goal is to create a fully diverse and inclusive tech ecosystem. Kelli has been on the tech scene for years making her way to Be Nimble where she's doing what she sees as her life's work - putting money into the hands of black people to fix economic disparity. She knows it's not gonna be easy, as she says, “it's a marathon” but Kelli is more than ready for the fight.  In this episode Kelli shares how everything her Foundation does is about making an impact on people's lives and changing systems that have been dysfunctional for far too long - something she's wanted to do from a young age, and she's just getting started.  In This Episode:  [02:15] This/That with Kelli [03:51] Kelli's life purpose [05:24] Why Kelli does what she does [06:34] Empowering others to change the world [11:56] Advice for those who haven't found their passion [14:33] Self motivation driven by adversity [15:57] “This is a marathon” - solving generational trauma [16:46] Mutually beneficial partnerships [20:22] Working to put yourself out of business [21:47] Innovation starts with turning your brain on [25:24] Building things to improve people's lives [27:23] Words of encouragement to fill in the gaps you see [29:20] What Kelli wants to clear up about herself

More Right Rudder
Mutually Insured Instruction w/Mike Adams

More Right Rudder

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 60:32


Join NAFI: www.nafinet.org Avemco Insurance Company: https://www.avemco.com/ (Ask about the NAFI CFI Liability Insurance Plan ;) Watch the full presentation for FREE and get FAA Wings Credit: https://www.mentorlive.site/program/24.html   This presentation uses data and photos from Avemco claims files to highlight claims that occur consistently year after year. Knowing what claims are common will arm you, the CFI, with the information needed so you and your trainee can stay in the “no claim category”. A common teaching method for flight maneuvers is the CFI demonstrates the maneuver and the trainee practices it until they master it. Let this presentation, including photos, demonstrate it so you can avoid the unpleasantness of practicing or mastering it. Mike Adams, Avemco Sr. Vice President Underwriting, earned his Private Pilot Certificate in 1983 in Hillsboro, OR prior to starting his career in aviation insurance. In 1984 he joined Clark-Wissmiller Inc representing National Aviation Underwriters. In 1986 Mike became a regional sales manager for Avemco Insurance Company in the Pacific Northwest and has handled commercial insurance ranging from full service FBO's to the CFI with a single aircraft operation. In addition to commercial insurance experience Mike has worked with pilots who own a plane and pilots that rent and borrow aircraft. Mike added an Instrument Rating to his ticket which is almost a requirement if flying in the Willamette Valley in Oregon. While in Oregon Mike served a year as the President of the Beaverton Chapter of the Oregon Pilots Association followed by a year term as the State President of the Oregon Pilots Association.

LifePath Church
Mutually Beneficial 9-19-21

LifePath Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 24:40


Mutually Beneficial 9-19-21 by LifePath Church

CLPC Weekly Sermon Podcast
Mutually Indispensible

CLPC Weekly Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 20:00


1 Corinthians 12:21-26

Just F Already
19 - Ice Planet Barbarians & Mutually Beneficial

Just F Already

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 41:28


We are back with heavy erotica including exchanging rent for sex and legit ice aliens that mate with a ship full of human women. Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon & Mutually Beneficial by Ava Guerre, the first book in the Indecent Proposals series. Today is the day you realize you might be into alien sex.

Clemson Sports Talk
The "Mutually Exclusive" Edition

Clemson Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 115:46


Clemson falls against Georgia 10-3 in the season opener.

121 Podcast
Mutually Helping and Caring for One Another

121 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021


We often find ourselves in pain, difficulty, or crisis and are not sure where to turn, but we have ways to be a help whatever the situation might be.

Lower Burrell Baptist Church Sermons
(pt1) On Being Mutually Encouraged Through Jesus

Lower Burrell Baptist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 41:42


Gift of the Day
E308 9.5.21 Status, Education, Net Worth and Maturity are all Mutually Exclusive concepts... trust me.

Gift of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 14:24


David and Michelle dispel the belief that Status, Education and Net Worth are accurate predictors for Maturity. Case in point, 5 people who would otherwise fit the previous description getting kicked out of a dive karaoke bar in a bad part of San Jose due to poor judgement and absence of maturity. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/red-kite-movement/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/red-kite-movement/support

Goal Camp
Episode 55 - Golden Friendships; Building Lifelong Mutually Beneficial Relationships

Goal Camp

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 13:21


We spend a lot of time setting goals to expand our network and meet new friends. A song I remember as a kid says, "Make new friends but keep the old, one is silver but the other gold". As I mature I recognize the need and value of long and meaningful friendships. Matt Damon and Ben Affleck or Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King come to mind. Learn some of the keys to long term friendships and how you can cultivate them.

The Shamic
Mutually Beneficial

The Shamic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 60:02


This epsiode I talk about vaccinations, Disneyland, Star Wars, & Sex. I also share a sacred law of the universe that will help you unlock and receive. Of course we end it with advice and reading. Enjoy, receive, apply. Support this podcast

Good Things in Life podcast
Mutually Nourishing Support Teams, with Faith Clarke

Good Things in Life podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 56:43


Organizational Health and Inclusion Specialist Faith Clarke knows all about how to put together a strong team. Faith looks for a collection of personality traits in her teams: archetypes that embody the characteristics of what she's looking for. Supporting people today has more to do with fostering independence than it does with caregiving, and Faith calls this a “liberation movement role.” This was Faith's second time on the podcast and Genia was happy to have her back to talk about all the above and more, including how she prepares job ads to attract the right sort of candidates; how to integrate home support workers into the private spaces of family life; and how to help teams pivot in the direction they want to go if their staff members are lacking some important skills.

The Rob Arthur Podcast
Reflecting, planning, and living aren't mutually exclusive

The Rob Arthur Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 0:35


Reflecting on the past, planning for the future, and living in the present all have their value. Yet, many of us only do one or two. We repeat mistakes, lack direction, or ruminate and worry. Reflecting, planning, and living aren't mutually exclusive. You can do all three. You've got this.

Somo Sparks
8. Are innovation and imitation mutually exclusive? A quick look at Big Tech

Somo Sparks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 20:12


Apple's results have just come out, WWDC and Google I/O are well behind us now, and we all had plenty of time to digest how Big Tech is shaping up the trends in the design, tech and product world. But why is it that – despite being perceived as innovative and trend-setting – many of the tech giants' ‘new' features look somehow familiar? Chatting with Somo's Technical Director - Peter Michelsen, Design Director - Tizz Chapman, and Product Manager - Myers Chatterton, we're exploring whether imitation kills innovation or drives it; why digital is more than just a mobile screen; and how analysing best-in-class examples can help you build better digital products. 

The Daily Beans
Mutually Assured Immunity (feat. Jennifer Taub)

The Daily Beans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 62:35


Today, in the Hot Notes: New York Attorney General Tish James' independent investigation finds that Governor Cuomo's accusers are credible; Democrats have moved fast to extend the eviction moratorium; plus Aimee Carrero is here to help AG deliver your Good News. Follow our guest on Twitter: Jennifer Taub; Law Professor; Author, Big Dirty Money  https://twitter.com/jentaub Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill (@allisongill) Dana Goldberg (@DGComedy) Follow Aimee on Instagram: Aimee Carrero (@aimeecarrero) Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech/ Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Promo Codes Check out GROUND NEWS. It's non-partisan and only interested in keeping you informed, no matter your politics. Try the free web app: http://check.ground.news/BlindspotterTwitter  Find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today when you go to http://UPSTART.com/DAILYBEANS. Don't forget to use our URL to let them know we sent you! Loan amounts will be determined based on your credit, income, and certain other information provided in your loan application. Get your new favorite tees at american-giant.com today and use promo code DAILYBEANS for 15% off your first order. To find your perfect sofa, check out Allform.com/DAILYBEANS. And Allform is offering twenty percent off all orders. Join the over 800,000 people taking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional. Special offer for DAILYBEANS listeners, get 10% off your first month at betterhelp.com/DAILYBEANS. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Pod Logic
Authenticity & High Production Value are not Mutually Exclusive

Pod Logic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 10:51


This episode I talk about authenticity as a host. Also, you're allowed to have high production value and still be an authentic show.  We also skim this article about investing $$ into your podcast! Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrgC4DzNI_ao3sTOQEpOKOA? Twitter: https://twitter.com/johnny3terson & https://twitter.com/StraightUpPods Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/1d7aa3178d02/podletter Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/straightuppodcasts/ Website: https://straightuppodcasts.webflow.io/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/StraightUpPodcasts

Reversim Podcast
413 GitOps with Yaron from Soluto

Reversim Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2021


זהו פרק 413 של רברס עם פלטפורמה, הוקלט ב-8 ביולי 2021, וזה הטייק השני - הטייק הראשון היה מוצלח במיוחד, אבל הוא לא הוקלט . . .אז הנה אתם פה, בטייק 2, יחד איתנו - כן, אני יודע שבשבילכם זה הטייק הראשון, בסדר - אז היום אנחנו נמצאים באולפן שלנו ביוקנעם עילית (!), אורי נמצא בחופש ומחליף את אורי יונתן מ-Outbrain - היי יונתן, מה נשמע?(יונתן) היי, מה העניינים?(רן) מצויין, ברוך הבא - ואיתנו נמצא גם ירון מחברת Soluto - היי ירון!(ירון) היי, מה העניינים? נעים מאוד . . . .(רן) טוב שבאת - היום אנחנו הולכים לדבר על GitOps, בפעם הראשונה.ולפני שנדבר על GitOps, נעשה סבב היכרות קצר - יונתן, היית כאן הרבה פעמים בפודקאסט לפני זה [הקדמה והיכרות - בפרק הקודם], אבל בוא ספר לנו בכל זאת עוד קצת על עצמך - (יונתן) אז אני הגעתי ל-Outbrain לפני 10 שנים, כמהנדס Backend, ובחמש השנים האחרונות אני מנהל את הפיתוח.ומאזין ותיק של רברסים [וגם אורח - 328 The tension between Agility and Ownership או Final Class 23: IDEs או 131 uijet או 088 Final Class 2, וכמובן 412 Serverless at Via](רן) מצויין - טוב שאתה פה.ירון - שני משפטים עליך?(ירון) אז אני ירון עידן, אני מוביל את צוות ה-DevOps ב-Solutoאני משחק עם מחשבים כבר יותר מ-20 שנה - התחלתי בצבא בתור DBA ואחרי זה עברתי להיות מפתח.לפני כמה שנים כבר גיליתי את עולם ה-DevOps ועברתי אליו לחלוטין - ומאז אני מאוד נהנה מהעולם הזה.ב-Soluto אני עושה את זה כבר משהו כמו חמש שנים.אני אספר גם קצת על Soluto, החברה שבה אני עובד - Soluto היא חברה שרוצה להפוך את הטכנולוגיה לדבר יותר ידידותי, בעיקר עבור אנשים שעבורם טכנולוגיה “זו לא השפה הראשונה שלהם”.אז המשתמשים שלנו יכולים לגשת לממשקים ב-Web או ב-Mobile ובעצם לקבל את המיטב מהמנויים הדיגיטליים שלהםלוודא שכל המידע שלהם מאובטח ושמוראם יש להם איזושהי מכונת כביסה חכמה בבית אז הם יכולים לוודא שהמכונה מתפקדת כמו שצריך ושהם מצליחים להשתמש בה . . .ובצד השני - יש להם גם את היכולת לפתוח איזשהו צ'אט, איזשהו Session של Chat עם Expert-ים - וגם הם משתמשים בפלטפורמה שאנחנו מפתחים בתל אביב, שנקראית Anywhere Expert, והיא מאפשרת לתומכים טכניים להיות מסוגלים לעשות את הסשנים האלה מהבית שלהם, מתוך איזושהי אפליקציה, כמו ב-Uberכבר לא צריכים לשבת בתוך איזה Cubical עם אוזניית מדונה ב-Setting קצת אפרורי - אלא ממש להשתחרר ולעשות את זה בתנאים שלהם.זה מייצר Disruption ענק לכל התעשייה הזאת של Tech-support בארה”ב - שם נמצאים רוב הלקוחות שלנו.(רן) אז זה, למעשה, Marketplace של תומכים ונתמכים - מצד אחד יש את הנתמכים, שאלו אנשים שיש להם, לצורך העניין, בעיה עם הטלפון או עם מכונת הכביסה או כל מכשיר אחרומצד שני התומכים, שבזמנם . . . אולי בנוסף על עבודתם, כמו שאמרת כמו ב-Uber, עושים השלמת הכנסה בזמנם החופשי.(ירון) כן - אנחנו אוהבים לחשוב על זה שאנחנו מצליחים לתרום לשני הצדדים הרבה מאודגם לגרום לאנשים להרגיש שהם מוציאים את המיטב ממה שהם שילמו עליו כסףוגם לגרום לאנשים לעשות את העבודה שלהם בתנאים יותר משחררים [אה . . . ](רן) אז הנה שאלה מפתיעה, שהרבה זמן לא שאלו אותך - אמרת שאתה כבר מתכנת הרבה זמן, אז תהיתי מה היה המעבד הראשון שסבל את נחת זרועך?(ירון) אז יש לי Deja Vu . . . אני חושב שזה היה 386 לדעתי? אבל נראה לי שעברתי על כל הסדרה, ואיפשהו בילדות מצאתי מצאתי איזושהי חוברת כזאת בעברית שמלמדת לתכנת ב-Basic, התחלתי לפתוח אותה - ומאז לא הפסקתי.(רן) עדיין ב-Basic?(ירון) התקדמתי מאז - עכשיו אני ב-Pascal . . . [אין יותר טוב מזה](רן) יפה . . . Turbo Pascal [אוקיי, יש יותר טוב…], Object Pascal . . . נחמד - הכחול והתכלת הזה, מקסים, הנדסת אנוש למופת.[אתה לא ציני, נכון? זה היה נפלא]בסדר - אז אנחנו התכנסנו היום כדי לדבר על GitOps.כולם, פחות או יותר, יודעים מה זה Git, וכולם, פחות או יותר, יודעים מה זה Ops - החלק המעניין של DevOps, להזכירכם . . . אבל מה זה GitOps? מה זה השילוב הזה ביניהם?(ירון) אז כן - דבר ראשון, הטרנד היום זה באמת לשים סיומת של Ops על הכל . . . יש DataOps ויש MLOps, אז עכשיו יש גם Buzzword חדש שהוא GitOps.אנחנו ב-Soluto עושים את זה כבר הרבה שנים, בלי לתת לזה את השם הזה, אבל אני כן אתן את ההרחבה של “מה זה בעצם אומר?”אז GitOps היא איזושהי מכניקה של CD, איזושהי אימפלמנטציה (Implementation), שמאפשרת למפתח לדלבר (Deliver) את המוצר שלו ל-Production בצורה שבה Git, או הקוד שיושב בתוך Git, ייצג את המצב של Production.אז אם ב-Continuous Delivery רגיל, יש איזושהו מבוך רציני, שהקוד צריך לעבור מהרגע שהוא Committed ל-Branch הראשי, ועד שבאמת אפשר לראות אותו ב-Production - אז GitOps מנסה לחסל כמה שיותר מהמחסומים האלהובאמצעות איזשהו רכיב שעושה פעולה שנקראת Reconciliation, לבדוק מה המצב של הקוד ב-Git, ולראות האם Production עונה על אותן הגדרות - ואם יש צורך אז לסנכרן בין שני הרכיבים האלה.(רן) כשאתה אומר “מבוך” ,אתה מתייחס, נגיד, לפרישה בהתחלה כ-Canary, ואחר כך אולי פרישה של 25% ב-Data Center אחד ואחר כך ב-Data Center אחר? זה המבוך שאליו אתה מתייחס?(ירון) אז האמת שהמבוך הזה יכול להיות קיים גם ב-GitOps, אבל אנחנו, ספציפית ב-Soluto כן משתמשים ב-Canaryהוא אפילו ניהיה הרבה יותר נגיש עבורנו בזכות השימוש שלנו ב-GitOpsשני הדברים האלו הם לא Mutually-exclusiveהמבוך שאני מתאר זה בעיקר להיכנס לתשתית של ה-CI, ללחוץ על “Deploy”, לראות שמשהו נתקע, להיזכר שהיה צריך לשדרג את ה-Script שעושה את זה . . .(רן) כן . . . בעצם אתה מדבר על ההתערבות האנושית שנדרשת אחרי שהקוד כבר נמצא ב-Master . . .(ירון) נכון - וגם זיהוי של טעויות שמתרחשות בזמן ה-Deployment - נניח, אצלנו ראינו הרבה פעמים שבגלל התאימות היחסית של Pipelines של Deployment, הרבה פעמים יש שגיאה ב-Production, והיא לא משתקפת חזרה ל-Pipeline של ה-Continuous Delivery - ואז המפתח פשוט יושב ואומר “טוב, זה כנראה לוקח לו הרבה זמן . . . זה כנראה הגמדים שלוקחים את הקופסאות ל-AWS התעכבו בדרך . . . “ורק אחרי 20 דקות או 30 דקות יש איזושהי הבנה שמשהו השתבש בצורה נוראית . . . (רן) זאת אומרת - ברגע שאני עושה Merge של Branch ל-Master - אני אף פעם לא אעשה הרי Commit ל-Master, זה אסור . . . - ברגע שאני עושה עושה Merge ל-Master, אני צריך להניח שהכל, כאילו, ב-Production, נכון?(ירון) לאו דווקאיש כלים של GitOps שלוקחים את זה בתור ה-First Class Citizen, הם באמת בונים על זה שתיהיה סדרה של הגנותבין אם זה טסטים ו-Smoke Tests או Canary ו-Gradual releases, כמו שהזכרתוהם פשוט מניחים שהמשתמש עושה בהם שימוש.אנחנו מעדיפים Deployments יותר קונטקסטואליים, ובגלל זה בהתחלה התחלנו להשתמש ב-Flux, שהוא כלי של WeaveWorks שלוקח את המתודלוגיה הזאת קדימה, ומנסה באמת “לאסור על ה-user” ליצור שינויים . . . ליצור הבדלים בין Production לקוד.ועברנו ל-Argo - כלי של Intuit - שחולק איתו הרבה מהקוד, אבל משנה הרבה מהדינמיקה והמכניקה.הוא מאפשר באמת קודם כל להכניס את הקוד לתוך ה-Master - ורק אחר כך להגיד למפתח “תעשה את הסנכרון שלך בצורה מודעת”.יש גם אופציה ליצור Sync אוטומטי, ואז ברגע שההגנות האלו נמצאות ובאמת יש את הבטחון לדעת שמה שנכנס ל-Master יכול להגיע ל-Production, ניתן להדליק את ה-Flag הזה ולהינות מחיים עם הרבה פחות Toil, הרבה פחות עבודה ידנית.(רן) אז דיברת על Reconciliation ועל זה שיש הפרשים בין מה שקיים ב-Master, שאמור לתאר את סביבת ה-Production, לבין סביבת ה-Production האמיתית, וההפרשים האלה יכולים לנבוע מכמה דברים - קוד שנכנס ל-Master, אבל עדיין לא עבר Deployment, אבל זה יכול גם להיות לנבוע מזה שהלך איזשהו איש Ops ושינה את ה-Production . . . נכנס ל-AWS או עשה SSH לאיזשהו שרת ושינה שם משהוואולי יש Drift-ים מכל מיני סוגים, ואני בטוח שכל מי שנמצא בעולם האופרציה נתקל בדברים האלה.אבל איך . . . מתי זה הגיע לנקודה שבה זה ממש הפריע לכם, ואמרתם “עד כאן! פה אנחנו חייבים לקום ולעשות איזשהו מעשה! אצלנו לא יהיה הבדל בין Master ל-Production!” . . . היה איזשהו אירוע מכונן שגרם לכם לעשות את זה?(ירון) אז היה . . . לפני שאני אסביר את האירוע הזה, אני גם אסביר איך הגענו למקום שבו אפשר לחשוב בכלל על הקונספט הזה.כמו שאמרתי - עשינו את זה עוד הרבה לפני שקראו לזה GitOps, והתחלנו במקומות הרבה יותר Low-stakes מסביבת ה-Production, שמגישה תוכן לקרוב למאה מיליון משתמשים היום . . .איפה שהתחלנו זה בתשתית הניטור שלנו - זה היה כבר לפני יותר מחמש שנים.רצינו לעשות דמוקרטיזציה של הניטור, לא רצינו שזה יהיה משהו שמפתח אומר “אני רוצה לנטר בבקשה . . . קח את השליפה הזו ושים אותה בבקשה על הכלי”וכדי שזה יקרה, יצרנו איזשהו Repository, שמנו בו קובץ JSON ענק ואמרנו למפתחים: “פשוט תכתבו פה את כל מה שאתם רוצים לנטר, וזה יגיע “בדרך קסם” אל התשתית”.אז זה היה ה-Production הראשון אצלנו שבעצם כל Commit ל-Master הסתנכרן עם הקוד, והיופי של זה היה שבאמת יכולנו לשחק פה ב-Stakes יותר נמוכים.שבירה של תשתית ניטור זו בעיה מסדר שני - משהו שיכול לקרות לדקה-שתיים בלי שהמשתמשים ירגישוזה בדרך כלל קורה בצורה מבוקרת, כשהמפתחים במשרדולכן זה היה משהו שנתן לנו להתנסות עם זה בצורה בטוחה.(רן) אז למעשה, המוטיבציה הראשונית שלכם הייתה לספק חווייית-מפתח יותר טובה - במקום שהוא ילך ויפנה אליכם ויבקש “תוסיפו לי בבקשה Monitoring” או שבמקום שיצטרך להכיר את כל החוכמות של כלי הניטור, הוא יכול לערוך איזשהו קובץ JSON ולעשות Commit - ומבחינתו זה ממשק העריכה - ועכשיו הוא מבין שברגע שהוא עשה Commit, יש איזשהו Hook שלוקח את הקובץ הזה ועושה לו Apply ל-Production.אז מבחינתך זה איזושהי חוויית מפתח יותר טובה - אבל זה עדיין . . . זאת אומרת, אני לא רואה עדיין איך זה בא ומטפל בתקלות Production . . . (יונתן) לכאורה, יכולת לממש את זה גם, נניח, עם CI/CD רגיל, נכון? בלי “הקונץ” הזה של הסנכרון או לבדוק את הפערים?(ירון) נכון - ואני אפילו אגיד שבאיזשהו שלב עברנו לזה: היה לנו Repository אחד מרכזי ואז הכנסנו איזושהי תשתית “כמו CD”, שלוקחת Commit-ים מ-Repository אחד ומזריקה אותם ל-Repo המרכזי הזה.ושם כבר התחילו להרגיש את החסרונות שאמרתי - הכלי היה נשבר הרבה פעמיםהיו נוצרים מצבים שבהם ה-Pipeline הקלאסי הזה, שמנסה להגיע למקום ה-GitOps-י, נתקע בגלל כל מיני טעיות שלא חזינו מראש, והיה קשה לקבל Visibility על דבר כזה.זה דורש יצירה של המון כלים, רק כדי שהדבר הזה יעבוד בצורה שהיא Flowless.(יונתן) עוד משהו שרציתי לשאול - איך ה-GitOps אל מול Infra-as-a-Code - זה משלים את זה? זה השלב הבא של זה?(ירון) זאת שאלה מעולה, כי באמת הרבה פעמים, את ה-Infra-as-a-Code אנחנו עדיין עושים עם כלים שהם יותר “Push-יים” כאלהאנחנו עבדנו קצת עם Terraform, נטינו יותר לכלי שנקרא Pulumi, שהוא סוג-של-כזה-Wrapper סביב Terraform, עם שפות תכנות יותר נפוצות.ושם מרגישים בדיוק את העניין הזה - שכדי עכשיו לשנות את ה-Infrastructure שלי, אני צריך לעשות Apply . . .ולפני שאני צריך לעשות Apply, אני ארצה לעשות איזשהו Preview, ולהציג אותו למפתחים, כדי שהם יבינו איזה שינוי הולך לקרות.ואז המנגנון הכמעט-אימפרטיבי (Imperative) הזה הוא נורא מורגש - נורא מורגש שהולך להיות איזשהו שינוי, וצריך לעשות איזושהי פעולה כדי שזה יקרה.ואחד הכלים שאנחנו מסתכלים עליהם יותר ויותר נקרא Xstate, וזה כלי שבאמת שם את ה-Infrastructure שרוצים ליצור כ-Custom resources בתוך Cluster של Kubernetes, ואז יש איזשהו Reconciliator, שבמקום לעבור עם ה-API של Kubernetes, הוא עובד עם ה-API של AWS או Azure או GCP - יוצר שם את אובייקטים.וזה שוב - שינוי תפיסה יחסית מאסיבי, כי זה אומר שברגע שמפתח עשה commit ל-Master, אז Xstate תופס אותו ומסנכרן אותו לענן אין איזשהו שלב באמצע של Apply, של Preview . . . כל הדברים האלה חייבים לקרות ב-PR, לפני שהקוד משתנה.(רן) מצד אחד - זה נשמע נורא אלגנטי . . . כאילו פיהם וליבם של Production ו-Master שווים. מגניב, נורא סימטרי כזה, נורא פשוט . . .מצד שני - גם נשמע נורא מסוכן: עשיתי Commit . . . סליחה - עשיתי Merge ל-Master, לא עשיתי Commit ל-Master. . . עשיתי Merge ל-Master, ואולי אני לא כל כך יודע מה זה הולך לייצר, זאת אומרת - אני לא יודע שזה עכשיו אולי הולך לייצר בלגאן לא נורמלי בתוך Production. . . אין לי איזשהו מקום קטן שבו אני יכול ככה להתנסות, בקטנה, לפני שאני עושה את ה-Commit? איך מטפלים? איך עושים מיטיגציה (Mitigation) למוטת הכנף הענקית שפתאום כל אחד מקבל?(ירון) זו שאלה נהדרת, כי היא מחזירה לשאלה הקודמת ששאלת - של בעצם “איזו בעיה ניסינו לפתור?”כי דווקא בניגוד או בהיפוך כזה של התמונה הזאת, החוסר ביטחון הגיע לפני שהיה לנו את ה-GitOpsהייתה לנו בעיה שהתשתית… פשוט כשעובדים עם תשתיות כמו Kubernetes אז התשתית נהיית מאוד מאוד מורכבתהיא גם נהיית במצב שכדי להרים Cluster חדש, במקרה של איזושהי בעית Production, בנאדם צריך לעשות פעולה ידנית, שיכול להיות שיכולה לארוך כמה שעות - וזה היה מצב מאוד לא נוח.קשה היה לדעת, כשיש לי מספר מוגבל של Cluster-ים - במקרה שלנו שניים - ואם עכשיו אחד מהם נופל אז אני צריך להיכנס למרוץ נגד השעון כדי ש-Cluster חדש יעלה.וזה גם עיכב אותנו מלייצר, אולי, את מה שרמזת אליו - שזה איזשהו מקום, איזשהו “מגרש משחקים” או ארגז חול בצד, שבו אפשר לעשות את כל השינויים בצורה בטוחה, ולדעת שלא משנה מה אני אשבור - Production לא ידע מזה.וזאת בעיה אחת שבאמת נאבקנו בה הרבה לפני שהגענו לעולם ה-GitOps המובטח.בעיה נוספת, שגם אותה אני אסביר איך GitOps פתר עבורנו, זה הארגונומיה של המפתחים מול Kubernetesכי מפתחים אצלנו היו רגילים לעבוד מול אילו-שהם Self-contained Services, שרצים על PaaS, כמו Herokuבמקרה שלנו זה היה Azure, אבל זו הייתה איזושהי סביבה סגורה, מכונות וירטואליות שכל מפתח קיבל, שמריצות את ה-Services שלו.ופתאום לעבור ל-Cluster שהוא Multi-tenant, שכולם עובדים ביחד, שצריך לדעת לא “לדרוך אחד לשני על הבהונות” . . . שיש בהם הרבה-הרבה אובייקטים חדשים שהמפתחים לא מכירים - יצר שינוי פרספקטיבה, שלא היה קל להנחיל לצוותי הפיתוח.אנחנו בצוות עבדנו עם Kubernetes הרבה, אבל המפתחים לא תמיד רצו להבין את המורכבות הזאת, והיה קשה לחשוף אותם לזה בצורה שתפגע איפשהו באיזון הזה . . .(רן) אז גם בהקשר הזה, זה נשמע כאילו אתה בעצם מייצר ממשק למפתחים עבור Kubernetes . . . זאת אומרת: “אתם לא צריכים ללכת ולהשתמש ב-Kubectl או בכלים אחרים” אלא אתם צריכים, לצורך העניין, “לעשות Commit לאיזשהו קובץ JSON ומשם אנחנו כבר נטפל בזה”.(ירון) נכון . . . אז היום הכל YAML, אבל כן - זה השינוי המרכזי שעשינו . . .(רן) . . . השתדרגנו . . . (ירון) . . . עכשיו יש מקפים במקום סוגריים מסולסלים . . .(יונתן) תזהיר את אבישי - יש לו איזה משהו נגד YAML-ים . . (רן) מאזיננו אבישי - תסתום רגע את האוזניים . . . כל העולם YAML כבר, אין מה לעשות . . .(ירון) בהרבה מקומות ראיתי שכבר מגייסים מפתחי YAML . . . (רן) כן - אולי המפתחי XML בפנסיה יהפכו למפתחי YAML . . . נחזור רגע אחורה - דיברת קודם על המוצר שלכם, ואמרת שהמוצר הזה יודע לתת תמיכה למכונות כביסה למחשבים אישיים וכו'. אז כל פעם שאני עושה Commit ל-Master, נגיד לאפלקיציה ה . . .(יונתן) אתה לא עושה Commit ל-Master, רן . . . . תזכור - עוד פעם, אני אעשה לך Reject . . . (רן) איך נפלתי . . . זה הפרוידיאני בי שמדבר . . . אז כל פעם שאני עושה Commit ל-Branch, ו-Merge ל-Master, אחרי Code review, כמובן, ומתקן את כל ההערות, ועובר CI - אז לאפליקציה האחרונה המגניבה שכתבתי למכונת הכביסה של סבתי - אז זה מיד הולך לכל מכונות הכביסה בעולם? לכל הטלפונים בעולם? זאת אומרת - זה באמת מה שאנחנו רוצים?(ירון) אז התשובה היא “לא” . . . כמו שאמרתי, יש לנו מידה מאוד חזקה של Control, כי ככה רצינו לבצע את השינוי הזהלא רצינו להפחיד אנשים ולהגיד לכל מי שעובד על הקוד אצלנו “תזהרו מאוד מה-Master!”הרעיון היה באמת לאפשר לאנשים יותר Visibility, יותר שקיפות - ולאט-לאט להגיע למודל הבגרות הזה, שבו אנחנו מרגישים בנוח לסנכרן דברים בצורה אוטומטית.זה אומר שהיום, רב שירותי ה-Backend שלנו נפרשים באמצעות כלי GitOpsבאמצעות Argo, שציינתי קודםמה שהמפתחים מקבלים מזה זה להחליף את ה-Pipeline המסועף והקשה להבנה באיזשהו Commit ל-Masterעכשיו, במקום לעשות את ה-Deployment בשלב הזה של ה-Pipeline, יש רק Commit אחד, שמשנה את ה-Version ש-Argo מסתכל עליו.ברגע שנעשה שינוי ה-Version הזה, המפתח הולך ל-UI אחר, של Argo - הוא רואה בצורה מאוד מאוד ברורה שהשתנה שדה מסויים ב-YAML של ה-Deployment שלו, עם ה-Tag.וזה מייצר הרבה דברים מאוד טובים עבורנו - כי גם אם עכשיו מבצעים סנכרון של הדבר הזה, אז זה כבר לא איזשהו Context-switch של לעבור עכשיו ולהסתכל מה המצב - Argo ממש מראה יפה, עם לבבות ירוקים או לבבות אדומים-שבורים , מה הסטטוס של הגרסא הישנה והגרסא החדשה.וזה נותן פידבק מאוד מהיר - האם השינוי הזה כרגע עובד? האם השינוי הזה נכשל? האם צריך לחזור רגע לשולחן השרטוטים ולתקן אותו?במצב הנוכחי, זה דווקא הגביר מאוד את ה-Control ואת השליטה שלנו ב-Production, ולא יצר אי-יציבות וחסר ודאות.(יונתן) ה-State הזה, נניח של שינוי הגרסא - נניח שאני מהנדס, ויש לי גרסא חדשה - אתה אומר, בעצם, שדבר ראשון אני צריך לעשות Branch ו-Commit ו-Merge, בגלל שאני רוצה גרסא חדשה, עם איזשהו Tag - זה ב-Repository של האפליקציה שלי או שזה ב-Repository של האפליקציה שמנהלת את ה-GitOps?(ירון) זו שאלה נהדרת, כי באמת אנחנו עושים משהו לא מסורתי שם - אנחנו כן עושים את כל השינויים האלו ב-Repository של הקוד, ובדרך כלל - אני מקשיב בכנסים, קראתי פוסט יפה של מישהי מ-Riskified שכותבת איך הם עובדים עם Argo - וראיתי שהקונצנזוס, פחות או יותר, הוא להפריד את ה-Repository שהמכונות קוראות וה-Repository שבני האדם קוראים . . . אז בדרך כלל, מה שמקובל זה ליצור, נגיד, את “Yaron-API”, להגיד שזה הולך להיות ה-Service שלי, ופה אני, כבן אדם, כותב קוד - ואז לתת למכונה לעשות את ה-Commit לאיזשהו Repository אחר, שיקרה “Yaron-API-Deployment”, ומשם לקחת את ה-State שה-Argo מסתכל עליו.אנחנו, פשוט בגלל שרצינו את הנושא הזה שאמרתי קודם - רצינו לשפר ארגונומיה של מפתחים - לא רצינו שיהיה להם את ה-Context-Switch הזה, את המעבר כל הזמן בין ה-Repo שבו הקוד כתוב לבין ה-Repo שבו ה-Deployment קורה . . .(יונתן) גם יש עוד יתרון - אתה תעשה git-log ותראה את ה-Deployments ולא . . . הרבה אנשים אומרים הפוך . . . הם אומרים “אני לא רוצה לראות Commit-ים של מכונה” [אחלה שם לפודקאסט, אגב], זה לא קדוש.אבל אנחנו מאמינים שה-Commit-ים האלה באמת, כמו שאתה אומר, מייצגים את השינוי של ה-State.(רן) אני מניח שהויכוח הזה, או הדילמה הזו, במצב של Mono-Repo היא פחות רלוונטית - עדיין יש התלבטות, נניח שאנחנו בעולם של Mono-Repo, ואני מבין שאתם לא - יש את ההתלבטות של האם לשים את הקונפיגורציה קרוב לקוד, או את כל הקונפיגורציה במקום אחד, לצורך העניין באיזשהו Branch או תת-עץ של ה-Mono-Repo.גם אני הייתי בהתלבטות הזאת הרבה פעמים, ואני חושב שיש פה Trade-off - מצד אחד זה נחמד שהקונפיגורציה קרובה לקוד, ולפעמים ממש בתוך הקוד; ומצד שני, זה גם נחמד לקבל איזשהו מבט על כל הקונפיגורציה של כל ה-Service-ים השונים, וככה להבין איך הדברים קורים.אז אני מבין שאתם יותר נוטים לשים את הקונפיגורציה קרוב לקוד, אם אפשר לקרוא לזה “קונפיגורציה”, בוא נקרא לזה . . .?(ירון) אז גם פה יש כמה תשובות . . . דבר ראשון - אנחנו לא נגד Mono-Repo, אנחנו מאוד-מאוד בגישה של “לתת למפתחים ולמפתחות פשוט להחליט מה הכי טוב ב-Context של המשימה הנוכחית” ולכן יש אצלנו קבוצה שלמה שעובדת בתוך Mono-Repo אחד, שמחזיק את כל ה-Service-ים, בלי שום קונטקסטויש לנו קבוצה שעובדת עם Repo-per-Serviceויש קבוצה שלישית, שעובדת עם Mono-Repos קונטקסטואליים . . . (יונתן) אתם לא נגד Mono-Repo - פשוט יש לכם הרבה כאלה, זה מה שאתה אומר . . . [“רבים מידידי הטובים ביותר” וכו'…](ירון) בדיוק . . . אנחנו אוליגו-Repo . . .(רן) לא, יש לזה גם שם - Multi-Mono-Repo . . . כתבו את זה לפנינו . . .(ירון) כן . . . אז לא הגענו למצב שבאמת אנחנו יכולים להגיע לרמות של Facebook, והקסמים שהם עשו עם Mono-Repos שם.בסוף, Mono-Repo ענק שמחזיק את כל הקוד זו לדעתי משימה הנדסית כבירה, וצריך לעשות אותה בצורה מאוד מחושבת.ושוב - בגלל הצורה ה-Distributed והלא-פרספקטיבית שאנחנו עובדים בה, שאנחנו לא רוצים להגיד לאנשים איך לעבוד, אז כמעט בלתי אפשרי לחשוב על “כל המפתחים ב-Soluto כותבים ל-Repository אחד”,כי דברים קמים, אנשים רוצים לשנות דברים, להתנסות עם משהו חדשוברגע שאנחנו מאפשרים את זה, אז לא נקבל אף פעם את השליטה של להגיד לאנשים “כל ה-Commit-ים שלכם עכשיו יהיו רק ב-Soluto-Code” [וגם אז - רק אם הם טובים]וזה נחמד, כי זה כן גורם לנו להתקדם קדימה . . .(רן) כן . . . אני חייב להעיר שאם כל זה שאני מכבד את שיקול דעתם של המפתחים, ואני הרבה פעמים גם לא רוצה להגיד למפתחים אחרים מה לעשות - אני חייב להגיד שלפעמים יש הרבה חוכמה בכן להגיד למפתחים מה לעשות, כי אני חושב שהרבה פעמים ההחלטות הן שרירותיות, והחלטה אחת טובה כהחלטה אחרת - הבעיה שכששתי החלטות, ששתיהן שקולות, אבל כששתי החלטות נלקחות, אז אתה בבלגן . . . אז דווקא בקטע הזה אני נוטה להיות קצת יותר הדוק, ולבוא ולהגיד “חבר'ה, נכון - יש פה שתי דעות, אבל אני בוחר את זאת, “כי ככה” - ובואו נתגלגל עם זה הלאה”כי אחרת פשוט נוצר בלגאן - וראיתי את זה קורה בחברות גדולות . . . ראיתי את זה קורה ב-Google,אני מבין ממה שאתה אומר שזה קורה גם ב-Facebook . . . מתקבלות החלטות שרירותיות, וכל המפתחים לפעמים אולי מקטרים - אבל הולכים לפיהןוזה עושה הרבה טוב, בסופו של דבר - “המסר שלי לאומה” הוא של “לא לפחד לקבל החלטות בשביל המפתחים”, ובסופו של דבר, בשורה התחתונה, אני חושב שזה עושה טובה, כי זה יותר קל כשדברים הם אחידים.(ירון) זה מעניין מאוד - ואני חושב שמה שאתה מציין הוא גם פונקציה של גדילה.אני חושב שיש שלב מסויים שבו חברה יכולה להרשות לעצמה להתפזר יותר ולנסות יותר דברים, ויש שלב מסויים שבו צריך להתכנס ולהגיד “אוקיי, ה-Business הגיע ל-SLA מאוד גבוה שהוא צריך לספק, החברה גדולה מספיק כדי שלא נוכל לתת ל-15 Frankenstein-ים לרוץ במקביל, המפלצות של . . .(רן) כל מפלצת טובה . . . כל מפלצת לכשלעצמה היא בסדר . . . אני לא אומר שההחלטות הן לא נכונות, הבעיה שיש החלטות אחרות, והחלטות סותרות לפעמים, החלטות שלא עובדות טוב אחת עם השנייהאו אפילו אם לא סותרות - לייצר Infrastructure שמתאים גם . . . לצורך העניין אפשר לקחת שפות תכנות - Infrastructure שמתאים גם ל-Python וגם ל-Ruby וגם ל-Java זה אפשרי, אני בטוח שזה אפשרי - זה רק יותר קשה.אז אתה יודע - שפות תכנות אפשר בדרך כלל, רוב החברות מתקבעות, זו לא הבעיה - אבל עדיין יש עוד הרבה בחירות אחרות:איך עושים Messaging, איך שומרים, באיזה Database משתמשים וכו'.(יונתן) אני חושב שאני מסכים - מבחינתי, המדד של מתי צריך לקחת כזאת החלטה או “דיקטטורה נאורה” שכזאת זה כשאתה צריך “לעבוד לרוחב”דיברת על תשתיות - ברגע שאתה צריך להתחיל . . . כשתשתיות נהייה “עניין”, אז קשה לתמוך בוריאנטים השונים . . . [כן . . .](רן) בוא נחזור רגע אחורה ל-GitOps . . . אז נלך, שנייה, Back-to-Basics: הבנו את הקונספט של “Mater ו-Production צריכים להיות שווים”. אז אני, אתה יודע, מתחיל ככה ב-Back-to-Basics ואני רוצה לעשות GitOps, אוקיי? אז מה אני עושה? אני מייצר Git-Hook, ובעצם אני צריך לדאוג לשני דברים . . .אחד זה שיהיה לי קוד שיודע לתאר את סביבת ה-Production, נגיד - כמה Server-ים, כמה Services, מה ה-Multiplicity שלהם, כל מיני דברים . . . מה שיודע. . . לצורך העניין קובץ YAML שיודע לתאר את סביבת ה-Production, ובטח יש שפות למכביר שיודעות לעשות את זה.אז אני צריך קוד שיודע לתאר את סביבת ה-Productionושתיים - אני צריך לדעת לעשות איזשהו Git-Hook, נגיד, שכל פעם שעושים Commit אז Production מתעדכן לפי מה השינוי האחרון.אז זה אולי GitOps בממש-ככה-30,000 רגל - ואתה הזכרת שיש כמה כלים שיודעים לעשות את זה - הזכרת קודם את Flux של WeaveWorks והזכרת את Argo של Intuit - ואני מניח שיש עוד כלים אחרים בשכונה.אז אם קם הבנאדם בבוקר ואומר “יאללה - בא לי GitOps!” [חמור מאוד] או “אני חייב GitOps!” [תופעת לוואי חדשה?] או “המנהלים שלי אומרים לי שאני צריך GitOps . . . “ [המקרה היותר נפוץ?] - איך אתה ממליץ לו להתחיל?(ירון) אז אני אזכיר פה את Kelsey Hightower, שהוא מן בחור כזה שאוהב לדבר על Kubernetes, מ-Google [בדיוק זז שם קצת], ואני מאוד אוהב גם את הצורה שבה הוא מנגיש ידע מורכבנגיד, לפני הרבה שנים הוא כתב את Kubernetes-the-hard-way [אבל כבר קישרתי לזה…], שזה מעיין מדריך על איך להרים את Kubernetes מ-Scratch, לעשות את כל הפעולות שעשויות, עבורנו, בצורה ידנית - וכשעברתי דרכו הרגשתי היכרות הרבה יותר טובה עם התשתית הזו, שהיום מעירה אותי בלילה אם יש לה בעיה . . .והוא עושה הרצאה מדהימה - יש כבר כנסים שנקראים GitOps Days מרוב שהדבר הזה טרנדי - הוא עשה הרצאה ממש מעניינת בכנס שהיה בשנה שעברה, שבה הוא מראה איך עושים Reconciliation Loop מ-Scratch . . . הוא ממש כזה . . . מראים קוד שהוא כותב ב-Go תוך כדי על המסך, תוך כדי הכנס - והדבר הזה מייצר, במקרה שלו, פונקציות של Cloud Run, שזה איזשהו Serverless כזה של Google.אני חושב שההרצאה הזאת היא פתיח מדהים בשביל לעשות דימיסטיפיקציה (Demystify) למשהו שבאמת, כמו שאמרת, יכול להישמע מורכב ויכול להישמע אפילו די מפחיד, כי זה מראה שהדבר הזה יכול להיות מאוד נשלט.אחרי שעוברים את המשוכה הזאת, של להבין את הקונספט, הייתי כן ממליץ לבחור את אחד מהכלים הגדולים - בין אם זה Argo או Flux, כי הם כרגע הכלים ששולטים בשוקאבל גם חשוב מאוד, כנראה, להבין את הבעיה - אם Argo ו-Flux מתאימים מאוד לתחזוקה של Kubernetes, אז אם רוצים לתחזק משהו שהוא מחוץ ל-Kubernetes, צריך לבחור משהו שהוא כלי שיודע לעשות את זה גם בלי הכוח הזה.וכמו שאמרתי - גם Puppet ו-Chef יודעים לעשות את זה עבור מכונות Linux, ויש כלי שנקרא Atlantis, שיודע לעשות את זה עבור Terraformואז בעצם כל אחד מהכלים האלה יכול להיות Entry-point ל-GitOps, לא משנה מה האתגר שכרגע עומד מולכם.(רן) נזכיר, אני חושב ששווה אולי לבוא ולמצוא את המקבילות בין הכלים השונים - אז גם מי שמכיר את Puppet ואת Chef - הם כולם עובדים באיזשהו Mode של Reconciliation Loopזאת אומרת - מסתכלים מה המצב הרצוי ועושים Apply, וכל פעם עושים Reconciliationזאת אומרת שאם משהו שהגדרת, לצורך העניין, שצריך להיות קובץ במערכת על מחשב והוא לא שם - אז הוא בכל פעם ייצר אותו מחדש אם הוא ימחק.גם Puppet וגם Chef עובדים באותה צורה - וגם Kubernetes הרבה פעמים עובד באותה צורה, זאת אומרת שגם ל Kubernetes יש Reconciliation Loop שמסתכל על ה-Resource-ים ועושה Apply ל-Resource מחדש בכל פעם שצריךכמובן שלא סתם . . . אז בהקשר הזה, המוטיב הזה של ה-Reconciliation Loop עובר, כנראה, בהרבה מאוד מהכלים שהזכרת.(יונתן) לפי מה שירון . . . לפי מה שתיארת, יש יכולת גם לעדכון מהצד השני - יכול להיות שזה לא שב-Production, לא רק שחסר קובץ, אלא שמישהו, לא יודע, שינה אותו, או שמישהו נכנס ל-UI של ה- Management של Kubernetes ושינה את ה-State Loader - איך ה-Flow המרכזי . . . מה יקרה אז?(ירון) זה בעיני הדבר . . . זה ממש ה-Added-Value, אולי אפילו ה-Killer-Feature של GitOps, כי אלו הפתעות שתמיד היו תופסות אותנו במקום הכי לא מוכן, ואני מאמין שזה קרה להרבה צוותי Production [מה?! מה פתאום?]שפשוט איזשהו שינוי נעשה בזמן של מקרה חירום, או אולי כלאחר-יד מתוך איזשהו חוסר הבנה, ולא הייתה לדבר הזה שום נוטיפיקציה (Notification)ואז בדרך כלל מגלים את זה חודשים, אם לא שנים, אחר כך, כשהידע כבר נשכח . . . יש את הפתגם הזה - שקוד שכתבת אחרי חצי שנה הוא כמו קוד שנכתב על ידי מישהו אחר [יש לזה אפילו שם - Eagleson's law] . . . אז גם עבור שינויים ב-Production הדבר הזה תקף - מה גם שהם הרבה פחות מתועדים . . .ב-GitOps, בצורה שאנחנו עובדים, Argo מחובר ל-Slack - וכל פעם שמישהו עושה Deployment יש הודעה חמודה כזו עם שאומרת “הקוד שלך שינה בהצלחה את ה-Production”אם במקרה, נגיד, הקוד שלי מסתמך על איזשהו Redis חיצוני, וה-Redis הזה פתאום נפל, אז אני אקבל “לב שבור ועצוב ” שאומר לי “רוץ מהר! משהו השתנה, זה כבר לא נראה כמו ה-Production, אני שבור וקשה לי” . . . (יונתן) אוקיי . . .(רן) מה ה-Hack החביב עליך? נגיד, מסוג הדברים שהתעוררת בשתיים-שלוש בלילה, וגילית “מי לעזאזל עשה את זה?!”? . . . אני אתחיל עם שלי - נניח שאתה נכנס ואתה מגלה שמישהו, לפני חצי שנה, כמו שאתה אומר, ערך את קובץ ה-Host והוסיף שם איזשהו Entry, כי כנראה פעם זה תיקן לו איזשהו משהו . . . עכשיו את מגלה ש Name Resolution מחוץ ל-Host עובד שונה לחלוטין ממה ש-Name Resolution עושה בתוך ה-Host - וזה מסביר הרבה דברים, בדרך כלל . . . (יונתן) סתם, פתאום התחלתי לחשוב האם זה יכול לעזור באילו-שהן בעיות של Security? או של מישהו ששינה משהו עקיף ב-Production, והוא לא עשה Git-Merge וכל הסיפור הזה . . . .(ירון) אז בהחלט . . . אני רק אגיד על ה-Hack-ים - שזה תמיד יהיה נס, אין ספק . . .ה-Hack החביב עלי זה שכשעובדים ב-High Availability, שולחים גרסא אחת של Production ל-Site אחד וגרסא שנייה ל-Site אחר - ועכשיו לך תבין למה חצי מה-Traffic מחזיר תשובה אחת וחצי מחזיר משהו אחר . . .(רן) יש את הסיפור המפורסם על ה-Trading. . . (ירון) כן, Knight - מסכנים . . .(רן) . . . שהם עדכנו גרסא, אבל כנראה נשאר שרת אחד או שניים, שאולי היו Offline בזמן עדכון הגרסא - וזה גרם לחברה לפשוט את הרגל, חברה של שווי, בגדול, של מיליארד דולר, שהפסידו ב-Algo-Trading את כל הכסף שלהם בגלל איזה Deployment שלא עלה נכון . . .(ירון) כן, זה סיפור נורא כשקוראים אותו, ופרקי הידיים מלבינים כי אתה חושב שאולי זה קורה לך עכשיו . . . (רן) ממש עכשיו . . . אבל ממש ממש עכשיו . . .(יונתן) . . תן לי רגע רק לבדוק את ה-Inspection . . .אז בנוגע ל-Security - יש כאן באמת יתרון אדיר, כי גם - ב-Continuous Delivery מסורתי, אני חייב לתת לתשתית שלי את היכולת לגשת ל-Production, ונגיד, אם זה Jenkins שיושב אצלך בשרת, אז לא אכפת לך כנראה לשים שם איזושהי גישת-כתיבה ל-Productionאנחנו עובדים עם SaaS, עם codefresh - חברה ישראלית שעושה CI ממש נחמד לדברים שהם Docker ו-Kubernetesועדיין, עם כל האהבה והרצון הטוב - אנחנו מעדיפים שהם לא יוכלו לגשת ל-Production . . . ברגע שאנחנו עושים את ההפרדה הזאת, הם יכולים לגשת רק עד הקוד - והמוצר היחיד שיכול לגשת ל-Production הוא ה-Reconciler של GitOps, שבמקרה שלנו זה שרת של Argo שיושב על ה-Clusterואז ה-Attack surface הוא הרבה יותר נמוך - כי הוא מלכתחילה יושב שם ומלכתחילה עושה שינויים, וזה טבעי שאצלו ישבו המפתחות [חביתוש?].ואני אעשה גם איזה Shout-out לפרויקט Open-Source שכתבנו ב-Soluto ושנקרא kamus - והוא גם מתבסס על GitOpsהרעיון שעשינו שם הוא שהראינו שה-Secret-ים ב-Kubernetes הם עוד לא בשלים, פחות או יותר - Secrets ב-Kubernetes הוא פשוט איזשהו אובייקט מקודד ב-Base 64, וזה אומר שכל מי שניגש ל-UI ב-Kubernetes ולוחץ על הכפתור של העין פשוט רואה את ה-Secret, פשוט רואה את ה-Plain-text, ולא הרגשנו עם זה בנוח . . .אז כתבנו Controller, שאפשר להתקין על כל Cluster, ומה שה-Controller הזה עושה הוא לאפשר למפתחים להצפין את הערכים מקומית אצלם על המחשב, לעשות להם Commit ל-Gitואז לכל Container נוסף איזשהו Init-Container, שעושה Encryption על ה-Cluster.זה גם מאוד מחזק את ה-Security, כי ה-Decryption יכול לקרות מעכשיו רק בסביבת ה-Productionזה דומה, נגיד, ל-Vault, אבל מגיע עם Operation overhead הרבה יותר נמוך.(רן) הזכרת מקודם - ואולי בזה, ככה, נסיים את הערב - הזכרת מקודם שעם המעבר ל-Kubernetes, מפתחים הרגישו איזושהי עלייה ברמת המורכבות, שהם פתאום צריכים להבין יותר Production, ואז יצרתם ממשק משתמש, או לפחות אני תיארתי את זה ככה - יצרתם ממשק משתמש, ממשק מפתח, באמצעות GitOps.האבחנה שרציתי להגיד זהש-Kubernetes מאפשר GitOps, נכון? אולי זה לא הכלי היחיד שמאפשר GitOps, אבל בהחלט אחד הכלים שמאפשרים GitOps.כי הוא נותן לך לתאר את סביבת ה-Production ולעשות לה Apply יחסית בקלותאז Kubernetes אמנם מאפשר GitOpsמצד שני, לפני Kubernetes אולי לא היה צריך GitOps, כי הדברים היו יותר פשוטים . . .אז אני סתם תוהה האם זו אבחנה שנראית לך מוצדקת, נכונה?(ירון) אני חושב שכולם מכירים את ה-Death-Star של Netflix, שמראה פשוט מיליארד שירותי microService שמדברים אחד עם השניוהם כתבו את Spinnaker, שזה כלי שהוא מזכיר . . . הוא מאוד מאפשר את הסיבוכיות שיכולה להגיע בדברים של Continuous Deliveryעם כל היופי והאלגנטיות של הכלי הזה, אני חושב שהוא בא לשרת משהו שאם לא צריך אותו, אז זה יהיה נחמד להיפטר ממנו.ושוב אני אצטט את Kelsey Hightower שאומר שהקסם והחידוש ב-Kubernetes זה שהתשתית מתוארת כדאטה, לא כקונפיגורציה (Configuration)זו לא סדרה ל צעדים אימפרטיביים (Imperative) שדרושים כדי שמכונת Linux תוכל להגיש קוד ב-Ruby - זה תמיד יהיה דאטה - זה תמיד יהיה קבצים ב-YAML שנשמרים ב-Database, והם אלה שמאפשרים את העלייה של Production.(רן) כן - וזה אולי אחד מהדברים שמאפשרים לעשות GitOps בצורה יחסית פשוטה, כי כל מה שצריך לעשות זה Commit לקובץ YAML - ולעשות Apply . . .(ירון) בהחלט(רן) טוב - אז תודה רבה, ירון, היה סופר-סופר מרתק. יש משהו שהיית רוצה עוד להגיד לפני שנסיים?(ירון) אז אני אשמח להגיד שאנחנו מגייסים - גם לצוות שלי וגם למגוון תפקידים ב-Solutoאם כל מה ששמעתם פה נשמע לכם מעניין, מבחינת החזון של החברה או מבחינת הדברים היותר Geek-יים - בואו, תתראיינו, תתקבלו . . . (רן) מעולה . . .(יונתן) אה, אפשר למסור ד”ש, רן?(רן) קדימה, נו . . . עם איזה שיר? רגע, שאני אכין את התקליטייה . . .(יונתן) שנכין בתקליטייה . . . אז למאזין אורי להב, ששט לו בדוגית בחופי הים התיכון . . . (רן) אורי - מתגעגעים אליך, חזור הביתה!טוב - אז תודה רבה לשניכם, ויאללה, נשתמע . . . להתראות.ובהצלחה ל-Reversim Summit 2021 . . . הקובץ נמצא כאן, האזנה נעימה ותודה רבה לעופר פורר על התמלול

Edit Boost Podcast
Top 5 mistakes: Thinking that helping and charging money are mutually exclusive

Edit Boost Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 9:32


059: Often it seems that, in our minds, we've equated helping people with giving things for free. And at the same time, we believe that making money is somehow a bad thing. But in the end, we're running a business, and the purpose of a business is to make money. In this episode, I explain how we can think differently about the action of helping people with our editing services. We post information and editing tips online to be helpful. Being helpful online is great and it builds our brand and positions us as an authority. But the free content isn't going to make an author qualified to do their own editing, based on just reading a series of blog posts. The best practical help we can give an author is to provide our editing services. Are you taking the next step to invite potential clients to work with you? ……………………………. If you want to find more clients, earn more money and have more free time, check out ‘Boost Your Editing Income', my e-course and group coaching program.

TonioTimeDaily
Mutually Sexually Satisfying Relationships

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 84:39


"1. Sex is a priority Sex is a necessity. It is true everyone needs it, and there is no denying that, so make sure your partner is getting enough of it. Relationships are always so much better with sex! Make sure you are taking out time for it. It may sound weird to plan sex because the abruptness and spontaneity of it are what makes it fun but with the busy life, it is good to plan your sexual encounters rather than not having them at all. When your partner sees how much you want it and sees the effort, you are willing to put – it is definitely a turn on, so do it! 2. Talk about it It is essential to talk about sex with your partner. This is what adds the fun element to your relationship. You should feel safe talking about all your sexual fantasies and to tell your partner what gives you pleasure. Talking about all this would infuse the missing passion and bring in so much heat to your sex life. If you want to strengthen your relationship, start talking about sex now! 3. Bring in some laughter Laughing uncontrollably with your partner can be the best feeling in the world. It shows how stupid and silly you can be with each other and that tells how great of a bond you both share. Having some inside jokes along with some dirty talks is amazing for a relationship because it instigates the release of endorphins and a gives you a satisfying feeling of being happy with your partner. 4. Feel every bit of it Sexually satisfied relationships are not the ones based on the very process of sexual intercourse, but they are a lot of other things too. For instance, you both should enjoy the suspense and expectancy of sex. Kissing each other, sharing some naughty pictures while the other one is at work all adds up to the expectancy of sex. It is essential to spice things up a bit because this will definitely heat up the sexual desires and urges between the two of you. 5. Imperfection is beauty It is impossible to satisfy your partner every single time except if you are sex guru or superhero. Stop putting so much pressure on yourself, just be confident and let things go in the flow. Being too careful and cautious makes things artificial and boring so just be yourself. Mishaps are absolutely okay! however, it is the weird moan or the funny expression because it will only bring you closer. You can laugh about it later and make it an inside joke but at that very moment trying to loosen up a little and relax." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
Postgame Show: Mutually Agreeable

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2021 13:56


The Shipping Container discuss the strangest things they've ever eaten and playing music for other people in cars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Planners and Wine
Mutually Beneficial ft. @planwithlaur

Planners and Wine

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 91:56


This week, we spoke with our friend Lauren from @planwithlaur all about the influencer world, negotiating with brands and so much more! Then, we discuss some life updates, a new HP release and mixed feelings about Juneteenth finally being recognized as a federal holiday! Follow Lauren on social media @planwithlaur and check out her website planwithlaur.com ! Shop Plan with Laur's Planning Pad with Bloom here https://bloomplanners.com/collections/planning-pads/products/plan-with-laur-planning-pad-6-x-9 Purchase your Go Wild 2022 tickets now at https://www.wildforplanners.com/go-wild-planners-conference-socal-2022 Order your Affirmation Water Tracking Bottle from Notiq at https://notiq.com/collections/all Be sure when you share the show on social media to use the hashtag #plannersandwine. Thanks so much for your support! Check out our website Plannersandwinepod.com for episode info, links to our Merch, Patreon and so much more! Follow us on IG: @plannersandwine Megan's IG: @megsgotaplan Myra's IG: @myraplansit Thank you to the sponsors of this episode Plan with Laur, Wild for Planners, Notiq and Anchor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/planners-and-wine/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/planners-and-wine/support

Her Upland
#9| Making Mentorship Mutually Rewarding

Her Upland

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2021 42:04


Bird hunting is a craft that's very hard to learn from books and YouTube. Mentoring and being mentored is an invaluable aspect of learning to hunt different birds, training/hunting over dogs, and wingshooting. In this crowd source episode we ask people that are new to bird hunting and being mentored right now as well as those that have done significant amounts of mentoring to share about their advice and experiences, good and bad, and what has been the most helpful in their journeys. Thank you to HerUpland Partner: Dakota283 - Use Promo Code 'HerUpland10' for 10% off  

My Letter isn't Scarlet, it's F*****g Gold.
47. Desire & fear are not mutually exclusive

My Letter isn't Scarlet, it's F*****g Gold.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 27:37


In this episode, I share about my current experiences and how our biggest desires are also the scariest to pursue.  Likely your deepest desires feel like the scariest things in the world. But leaning into them, acknowledging them, sharing them, and receiving them is what leads to freedom and being fully expressed. It's super vulnerable, yes, but it's also a practice that leads to more intimacy, connection & joy. The practice (yes, it's a practice) of embracing your desires and moving through fear is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. So lean into the discomfort and freedom that comes with it

Powered by Learning
Developing Mutually Beneficial Learning Relationships

Powered by Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 27:46


By building learning relationships and alliances, IBM has increased its impact on its partners and customers. In this Powered by Learning podcast, d’Vinci CEO Luke Kempski talks to Sonia Malik, the Learning Alliances Manager and Strategist at IBM, to see how learning relationships can benefit the company and a targeted learner community.  Show Notes:IBM  Learning Alliances Manager and Strategist Sonia Malik talks about the value of learning relationships and how they can help your organization reach learners and achieve its business goals. Some of her key takeaways include these points:IBM is able to reach over two million learners by building alliances and partnerships.The company incentivizes learners by providing opportunities to earn badges or micro credentials.IBM has pivoted to respond to the changing needs of learners as a result of the pandemic, remote working, and shifting demands in the workforce. IBM supports micro-learning because short bursts of learning help people learn better. Educators should look at the learning journey versus one-time learning to have greater impact.Powered by Learning received the Award of Distinction from the 2021 Communicator Awards and is named to the Top 40 L&D Podcast list with Feedspot.

Everything In Between | Recovery Time with Richie
S3 | 002 | Fitness and Mental Health, Mutually Exclusive? w/ Antonio Lebron

Everything In Between | Recovery Time with Richie

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 22:11


Join us as we sit down with Antonio Lebron to discuss the the relationship between physical fitness, mental performance and much, much more!

High Flow Lifestyle
Mutually Beneficial Happiness: The Power of Focusing on the Positive

High Flow Lifestyle

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2021 4:47


I’m your host and flow state coach Dr. Josh Smith and welcome to the High Flow Lifestyle show, where I take a unique approach to personal growth for entrepreneurs and self-employed business owners. These quick little shots will help you consistently lead a high flow lifestyle and live life to the fullest.  Negativity Bias has been studied in a number of different fields and it’s affecting your happiness and quality of life.  “Something very positive will generally have less of an impact on a person's behavior and cognition than something equally emotional but negative.” We have all been in the situation where we dwell on the negative, even though many positives surround us...

Baskin & Phelps
Jay Bilas: I believe in education and I believe in money, and the two aren't mutually exclusive

Baskin & Phelps

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 17:57


Jay Bilas joined Baskin and Phelps to break down the ongoing battle for name, image, and likeness rights in the NCAA. He talked about why it's possible for student athletes to make money and why the NCAA is trying to block it. He also talked about how the G-League affects both the NBA and college basketball, as well as his predictions for the NBA draft.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Masters in Travel
28. Cruise partners: How to foster positive, mutually beneficial relationships

Masters in Travel

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 59:33


As travel advisors, we are in this beautiful world of human connection and relationships. We foster and build relationships with our clients and our supplier partners. And it would be hard to say that one of these relationships is more important than the other. Without one, the other can’t thrive. Without supplier partners, it would be really difficult to service our client inquiries and without clients, we don’t have a need for supplier partners. There are many conversations that center around talking points with prospective clients, questions to ask new clients to get to know them better, and how to keep in touch from the end of one trip and the beginning of another, but seemingly few about building relationships with our supplier partners. Let’s start the conversation on how we can foster positive, mutually beneficial relationships with our supplier partners. I believe that if one of these relationships is stronger than the other (clients vs suppliers), then we are missing out on the potential our businesses could benefit from if we invested more time and energy into all of the relationships that lead to success as a travel advisor. Find us on Instagram: @mastersintravel Learn more and sign up for the Masters in Travel Resource Library for Travel Advisors Learn more and register for our course: Trello for Your Travel Biz

The Best Advice Show
Vetoing Mutually with Sarah Knight

The Best Advice Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 5:51


Sarah Knight (@mcsnugz) is the author of the NYTimes Best-Selling No F*cks Given guides and host of the No F*cks Given Podcast. To offer your own advice, call Zak @ 844-935-BEST TRANSCRIPT: SARAH: I have a piece of advice that has kept my 20-year relationship moving smoothly and it involves saying no and setting boundaries. So, I call it, MVP...Mutual Veto Power. And this is something that's been working for my husband and I since the early days. We got together in 1999 and it means that you both have the power to say no to something and not be questioned. If I say no, I don't like that paint color. No, I don't want that couch. No, I don't want to go on our honeymoon to Tokyo...The answer is no and we've agreed to not pre-argue about it. We're not gonna debate. We're not gonna engage in guilt-tripping. It's just a no. We both get to have that Mutual Veto Power and what it means is you avoid a lot of conflict and if the other person is just neutral on the thing...you know, on the vacation destination or the paint color or whatever then you go-ahead and do it because that way one of you is getting what you want. But if anybody is a no then you don't do it because that way nobody has to do what they don't want. And I have to say, you know, it works for the little stuff and it works for the big stuff and it just takes a lot of the pressure off of a relationship and this could work with, you know, a client relationship, a family relationship. ZAK: Because you've had so much practice with this...I can imagine when it first starts it takes some restraint to not push back. SARAH: It does and I think, you know, what we've learned as a couple over time is that life is much better when you don't force one another or guilt another into doing something the other person doesn't want to do. What you're doing when you say yes to things that you don't want to do or force other people into saying yes to things they don't want to do is you're poisoning the time that you do send together. You're poisoning the relationship. You're creating toxicity that doesn't need to be there and it is not ever, I don't think, my intention or anybody who's trying to get me to do somethings intention to make me frustrated, resentful, angry, anxious about it. Wouldn't it be so much better to just rip-off the band-aid at the beginning, say no, have your no be respected and go on about your day and you know, be able to do things with and for one another that you're both excited about it? ZAK: Hell yeah. My wife and I, we've been together since 2006 and I think some adjacent practice that we do, it's called Who Wants it More? You have to be really honest about, do you actually care about this? And if you do. If you really want to go out to eat rather than carry-out, just invoke, I think I want to go out more than you don't want to go out. And it causes us both to evaluate how much we do care about and then just to be like, ok, you care more. We're gonna do the thing that you care more about. SARAH: That's a really good way to phrase it. I have something similar where I talk about making a selfish decision. And I think you can differentiate between good selfish and bad selfish and what I like to advise people is, listen, is the decision that you want to make...is it helping you more than it's hurting anybody else? Because that's probably good selfish. Bad selfish is when a decision you want to make hurts other people more than it helps you. In which case, why aren't you doing it. Why not just go ahead. Go with the flow. And that kind of ties into the MVP rule of, if it's neutral then the person who wants to do it, we can do it. But if either one is a negative, we just both don't do it. And again, that means that at least somebody is getting what they want all the time and nobody is getting what they don't want, ever.

JuiceBox Podcast
JuiceBox Podcast 055- Not Mutually Exclusive

JuiceBox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 110:13


Topic Breakdown (Click Time stamp to go right to desired topic) Intro: 00:46 FIRST WORD: 22:33 Mike’s Cryptocurrency Update: 37:29 Sports: 56:36 *Shit Trent Hates This Episode*: 01:14:14 Final Word: 01:38:29 __________ Here we are! Once again! Episode 055! 50th episode with Trent, Mike, & Juice! In this episode we have special guest Alex! Alex went to school with Mike & Juice! He has also made the three latest logos for the podcast! In this episode we talk about all the crazy sh#t that’s been going on In this world!! From the shooting in Minnesota [once again], to the Wisconsin teachers asking 6th graders how they would deal with slaves! From mental health, to having these type of conversations regularly, we have quite the conversation about these type of things going on. In sports, we talk about Eddie George helping HBCU’s get yet another big name as a head coach, and if Julian Edelman is a Hall of Fame worthy. Mike shows us why Bitcoin and also cryptocurrency’s rising right now. We also get into Mikes birthday, what kind of Milk we drank as a kid, and so much more! Be sure to tap in! Next episode: Monday, April 19th __________ Where to find episodes: https://anchor.fm/juice-lowman VIDEO Podcast episodes: https: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmuEF... ***MIKE CRYPTO TWITTER ACCOUNT: @CryptoMlKE**** ___________ IG Juice: @JuiceSucks Mike: @WhereMikeWas Trent: @Trent_Valentine JuiceBox: @_JuiceBoxPodcast Alex: @Nomradic __________

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition
Luke Burgis on Wanting: The Impact of Mimetic Desire

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021 87:53


Luke Burgis shares the incredibly powerful concept of mimetic desire and how it shapes our behavior in fundamental ways. Learn why your mental models are the foundation for everything you do, how to figure out what motivates you at a core level, and how to eliminate the negative aspects of desire and replace them with a transcendent desire that drives you to change the world.   Mo asks Luke Burgis: What is your big idea in Wanting that can help people deepen their relationships and grow their careers? Human desire is the fundamental basis of everything, but we don’t often think about how desire works and operates. Desire has laws just like physics and one of the most important is that desire is mimetic. Desire is fundamentally imitative. Most of us have a model of wanting that’s linear, but very little human desire works like that. When it comes to most services and products, desire is almost always mimetic, and therefore nonlinear. Desire always operates through a third party. In some cases, this is obvious, like in commercials featuring a celebrity. Getting under the surface and understanding who the models are is crucial to understanding the desires of your clients. Most people buy something because they are trying to be like someone else. Mimetic desire is a positive thing for the most part, though we also have negative models. Models change as we go through life. When it comes to client relationships, their models of desire will change as the relationship develops and they should. Otherwise, the relationship isn’t going anywhere. When it comes to business development, understanding the models that our clients have will give us a better understanding of what they aspire to do or to be, which is critical. Understanding what kind of family life or career your client aspires to is a great way to create continuity in a relationship. As there is disruption around us this allows the relationship to be grounded in something deeper and is conducive to effective long-term business development. Asking open-ended questions can be very effective in understanding someone’s models. People are looking for outlets to have those conversations but you have to signal that you are open to them. One of the key things to understand about mimetic desire is that if your model changes, your desire changes very quickly. This is the key to understanding the volatility of desire. Think about how a flywheel of desire would work in your life and for your clients. Most people have a deep desire to understand models that explain complex and deep things, and mimetic desire is one of those things. As people learn about the concept, they will look for a quick and easy introduction to what the model is all about. The flywheel of desire works by leading back to what people will want once they learn about a specific concept. If you get the sequence of wanting correct it can help you develop any number of positive habits. By decoding who you are desiring to be and assessing whether you really want to be that, you can get in control of your models and how they are impacting you.   Mo asks Luke Burgis: How can people use mimetic desire to shape the world in a positive way and bring in more business? Luke has a fundamental belief in business that you can’t understand what another person’s good is unless you actually know the person. Sometimes you need to help people get what they think they want in order to earn the right to give them what you think they need. At the beginning of Covid, there were a number of students that were second-guessing enrolling in University and College all across the country. Instead of insisting the student behave as if nothing had changed, innovative schools could help facilitate the gap year to continue serving their needs in a way that aligns with their desires. Mentorship is a very effective way to create positive change through mimetic desire. The dark side of mimetic desire can create tension with other people and can even lead to rivalry. If you can avoid that trap, mimetic desire and mentorship can be tremendously positive for building a business. Knowing that mimetic desire can be negative, you can choose to throw it out. Luke has his students reach out to a potential mentor every single semester. As adults, we are often worse at asking for mentorship. If you’re an expert in a domain take the initiative and email someone today to make yourself available. Mutually beneficial relationships are oftentimes the strongest. The opposite of transcendent desire is imminent desire. It’s critical to understand the system of desire in your business and your life because chances are you are not desiring enough. Find desires that exist outside that system, because that’s how industries get transformed. Transcendent leaders help you want more than they thought was wantable in the existing paradigm. The more we are intentional about cultivating desires beyond the current project, that helps people avoid becoming stuck.   Mo asks Luke Burgis: How can we use mimetic desire positively to deepen relationships? We all have a core motivation that has been with us our whole lives. If you look hard enough you will probably see a pattern in a person’s motivational drive. These core motivations are less mimetic desires and you can learn them by listening to the way they describe their proudest achievements. Getting at the heart of a person’s core motivation is one of the most important aspects of building a powerful team or client relationship. Thin desires tend to be all over the place and tend to be more mimetic. Thick desires tend to follow the same path of growth throughout a person’s life and build up over time. A great starting question for a new client would be “In the past, what did a relationship you had with a partner that you consider a success look like?” Those stories are a template for the relationship they want to have with you. Think about a time in your life where you found a deep sense of satisfaction and achievement. That’s a sign of a core motivational drive and thick desire. In terms of business, ask about a win in the last few years or a relationship they were deeply satisfied with. Draw out what was specifically meaningful for them. Then ask what actions they took to achieve that, and what about that project that was so satisfying. Everyone has a different answer and understanding why they consider those things wins in the first place will help you more deeply understand the person.   Mo asks Luke Burgis: How can we use mimetic desire to hack our own habits? It comes down to having a plan. In the absence of a game plan, the negative aspects of mimetic desire wins and you will gravitate to what’s easy. You may be able to list your core values, but you need to go further and order them from most important to least important. Oftentimes our values will come into conflict and without knowing the hierarchy you make everything more difficult. Your positive models can help you escape the negative flywheel. With a positive mentor, you can measure what your time has been spent on and compare it to what you are hoping to be. In times of uncertainty imitation increases, especially the negative type. Positive models of desire like professionals and mentors can really help in these situations. Work can feel like a battlefield. When you’re in the trenches you need to have a transcendent desire to pull you above the fray. We are responsible for what other people want. Every person we come into contact with we leave wanting a little differently. Who is it in your life that has the biggest effect on what you’re doing? If you’re not putting in the time on business development that you know you should, are you lacking the model? Understanding the impact and influence we have on desire is a highly meaningful and fundamental aspect of everything we do. In order for a career progression to play out the desire has to be thick. You have to find a mentor that you respect on multiple levels to develop the perseverance to make it a reality. Look for models that are stable and have been around for a long time to avoid losing your model midway through your journey. It’s better if the lines of communication are open. Emulation of positive role models shouldn’t be done in secret. We are on the outside looking in most of the time, so we won’t really understand the process unless communication is open. Without communication we can go from one wrong false assumption to another. We don’t often know what the good is going to be in a relationship. Trust that investing in a colleague’s personal development is always going to be fruitful.   Mo shares his insights from the habits of Luke Burgis. Mimetic desire is one of the most powerful forces in the world. You need to harness that power in your life because if you don’t it will have control of you. We think of desire as a linear process, but we are actually running it through a model. This is often an ideal or a person that we aspire to be, and if we don’t realize who our models are our mimetic desire is yanking us around. This can lead to conflict and competition with other people and turning them into scapegoats in our minds. A practical thing you can do right now is write down who your models are, positive and negative, and then become intentional about what you want to keep and what you want to shed. When it comes to new clients, employees, or prospects there are three powerful questions to ask so you can better understand their core motivations. The first is “Tell me of a time when you took some kind of action and it brought you a great sense of satisfaction.” The second is “What specifically did you do to bring about that satisfaction?” The third is “What was it that was so satisfying?” All business development-focused professionals need to get a yes in order to serve their clients. Transcendent desire takes that idea and plays out the deeper impacts that will become possible in the future. The mantra “Think big, start small, scale-up” is a perfect example of a transcendent desire. Come at a project with a big vision and small discrete steps to get started on the process.   Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com lukeburgis.com/quiz lukeburgis.com lukeburgis.com/motivation winning-more.com

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition
Luke Burgis on Wanting: The Impact of Mimetic Desire

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021 87:53


Luke Burgis shares the incredibly powerful concept of mimetic desire and how it shapes our behavior in fundamental ways. Learn why your mental models are the foundation for everything you do, how to figure out what motivates you at a core level, and how to eliminate the negative aspects of desire and replace them with a transcendent desire that drives you to change the world.   Mo asks Luke Burgis: What is your big idea in Wanting that can help people deepen their relationships and grow their careers? Human desire is the fundamental basis of everything, but we don’t often think about how desire works and operates. Desire has laws just like physics and one of the most important is that desire is mimetic. Desire is fundamentally imitative. Most of us have a model of wanting that’s linear, but very little human desire works like that. When it comes to most services and products, desire is almost always mimetic, and therefore nonlinear. Desire always operates through a third party. In some cases, this is obvious, like in commercials featuring a celebrity. Getting under the surface and understanding who the models are is crucial to understanding the desires of your clients. Most people buy something because they are trying to be like someone else. Mimetic desire is a positive thing for the most part, though we also have negative models. Models change as we go through life. When it comes to client relationships, their models of desire will change as the relationship develops and they should. Otherwise, the relationship isn’t going anywhere. When it comes to business development, understanding the models that our clients have will give us a better understanding of what they aspire to do or to be, which is critical. Understanding what kind of family life or career your client aspires to is a great way to create continuity in a relationship. As there is disruption around us this allows the relationship to be grounded in something deeper and is conducive to effective long-term business development. Asking open-ended questions can be very effective in understanding someone’s models. People are looking for outlets to have those conversations but you have to signal that you are open to them. One of the key things to understand about mimetic desire is that if your model changes, your desire changes very quickly. This is the key to understanding the volatility of desire. Think about how a flywheel of desire would work in your life and for your clients. Most people have a deep desire to understand models that explain complex and deep things, and mimetic desire is one of those things. As people learn about the concept, they will look for a quick and easy introduction to what the model is all about. The flywheel of desire works by leading back to what people will want once they learn about a specific concept. If you get the sequence of wanting correct it can help you develop any number of positive habits. By decoding who you are desiring to be and assessing whether you really want to be that, you can get in control of your models and how they are impacting you.   Mo asks Luke Burgis: How can people use mimetic desire to shape the world in a positive way and bring in more business? Luke has a fundamental belief in business that you can’t understand what another person’s good is unless you actually know the person. Sometimes you need to help people get what they think they want in order to earn the right to give them what you think they need. At the beginning of Covid, there were a number of students that were second-guessing enrolling in University and College all across the country. Instead of insisting the student behave as if nothing had changed, innovative schools could help facilitate the gap year to continue serving their needs in a way that aligns with their desires. Mentorship is a very effective way to create positive change through mimetic desire. The dark side of mimetic desire can create tension with other people and can even lead to rivalry. If you can avoid that trap, mimetic desire and mentorship can be tremendously positive for building a business. Knowing that mimetic desire can be negative, you can choose to throw it out. Luke has his students reach out to a potential mentor every single semester. As adults, we are often worse at asking for mentorship. If you’re an expert in a domain take the initiative and email someone today to make yourself available. Mutually beneficial relationships are oftentimes the strongest. The opposite of transcendent desire is imminent desire. It’s critical to understand the system of desire in your business and your life because chances are you are not desiring enough. Find desires that exist outside that system, because that’s how industries get transformed. Transcendent leaders help you want more than they thought was wantable in the existing paradigm. The more we are intentional about cultivating desires beyond the current project, that helps people avoid becoming stuck.   Mo asks Luke Burgis: How can we use mimetic desire positively to deepen relationships? We all have a core motivation that has been with us our whole lives. If you look hard enough you will probably see a pattern in a person’s motivational drive. These core motivations are less mimetic desires and you can learn them by listening to the way they describe their proudest achievements. Getting at the heart of a person’s core motivation is one of the most important aspects of building a powerful team or client relationship. Thin desires tend to be all over the place and tend to be more mimetic. Thick desires tend to follow the same path of growth throughout a person’s life and build up over time. A great starting question for a new client would be “In the past, what did a relationship you had with a partner that you consider a success look like?” Those stories are a template for the relationship they want to have with you. Think about a time in your life where you found a deep sense of satisfaction and achievement. That’s a sign of a core motivational drive and thick desire. In terms of business, ask about a win in the last few years or a relationship they were deeply satisfied with. Draw out what was specifically meaningful for them. Then ask what actions they took to achieve that, and what about that project that was so satisfying. Everyone has a different answer and understanding why they consider those things wins in the first place will help you more deeply understand the person.   Mo asks Luke Burgis: How can we use mimetic desire to hack our own habits? It comes down to having a plan. In the absence of a game plan, the negative aspects of mimetic desire wins and you will gravitate to what’s easy. You may be able to list your core values, but you need to go further and order them from most important to least important. Oftentimes our values will come into conflict and without knowing the hierarchy you make everything more difficult. Your positive models can help you escape the negative flywheel. With a positive mentor, you can measure what your time has been spent on and compare it to what you are hoping to be. In times of uncertainty imitation increases, especially the negative type. Positive models of desire like professionals and mentors can really help in these situations. Work can feel like a battlefield. When you’re in the trenches you need to have a transcendent desire to pull you above the fray. We are responsible for what other people want. Every person we come into contact with we leave wanting a little differently. Who is it in your life that has the biggest effect on what you’re doing? If you’re not putting in the time on business development that you know you should, are you lacking the model? Understanding the impact and influence we have on desire is a highly meaningful and fundamental aspect of everything we do. In order for a career progression to play out the desire has to be thick. You have to find a mentor that you respect on multiple levels to develop the perseverance to make it a reality. Look for models that are stable and have been around for a long time to avoid losing your model midway through your journey. It’s better if the lines of communication are open. Emulation of positive role models shouldn’t be done in secret. We are on the outside looking in most of the time, so we won’t really understand the process unless communication is open. Without communication we can go from one wrong false assumption to another. We don’t often know what the good is going to be in a relationship. Trust that investing in a colleague’s personal development is always going to be fruitful.   Mo shares his insights from the habits of Luke Burgis. Mimetic desire is one of the most powerful forces in the world. You need to harness that power in your life because if you don’t it will have control of you. We think of desire as a linear process, but we are actually running it through a model. This is often an ideal or a person that we aspire to be, and if we don’t realize who our models are our mimetic desire is yanking us around. This can lead to conflict and competition with other people and turning them into scapegoats in our minds. A practical thing you can do right now is write down who your models are, positive and negative, and then become intentional about what you want to keep and what you want to shed. When it comes to new clients, employees, or prospects there are three powerful questions to ask so you can better understand their core motivations. The first is “Tell me of a time when you took some kind of action and it brought you a great sense of satisfaction.” The second is “What specifically did you do to bring about that satisfaction?” The third is “What was it that was so satisfying?” All business development-focused professionals need to get a yes in order to serve their clients. Transcendent desire takes that idea and plays out the deeper impacts that will become possible in the future. The mantra “Think big, start small, scale-up” is a perfect example of a transcendent desire. Come at a project with a big vision and small discrete steps to get started on the process.   Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com lukeburgis.com/quiz lukeburgis.com lukeburgis.com/motivation winning-more.com

Oncotarget
Table of Contents: Oncotarget Volume 12, Issue #7

Oncotarget

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 10:15


Listen to short summaries of the latest oncology-focused research published in this week's issue of Oncotarget. https://www.oncotarget.com/archive/v12/i7/ Oncotarget Volume 12, Issue 7 features: COVER PAPER: "Caloric restriction creates a metabolic pattern of chronological aging delay that in budding yeast differs from the metabolic design established by two other geroprotectors" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27926 EDITORIAL: "The long road to TRAIL therapy: a TRAILshort detour" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27902 RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE: "The role of immune surveillance in malignant transformation of benign salivary gland tumors" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27900 RESEARCH PAPER: "Differential expression of Vitamin D binding protein in thyroid cancer health disparities" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27920 RESEARCH PAPER: "Inhibition of resistant triple-negative breast cancer cells with low-dose 6-mercaptopurine and 5-azacitidine" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27922 RESEARCH PAPER: "Mutually exclusive lymphangiogenesis or perineural infiltration in human skin squamous-cell carcinoma" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27915 RESEARCH PAPER: "Decreased expression of the translation factor eIF3e induces senescence in breast cancer cells via suppression of PARP1 and activation of mTORC1" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27923 RESEARCH PAPER: "[18F]FDG and [18F]FES positron emission tomography for disease monitoring and assessment of anti-hormonal treatment eligibility in granulosa cell tumors of the ovary" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27925 RESEARCH PAPER: "Effect of cell microenvironment on the drug sensitivity of hepatocellular cancer cells" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27910 RESEARCH PAPER: "Landscape of somatic mutations in breast cancer: new opportunities for targeted therapies in Saudi Arabian patients" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27909 RESEARCH PAPER: "The presence of polymorphisms in genes controlling neurotransmitter metabolism and disease prognosis in patients with prostate cancer: a possible link with schizophrenia" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27921 CASE REPORT: "Prognostic significance of isochromosome 17q in hematologic malignancies" https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.27914 About Oncotarget: Oncotarget is a bi-weekly, peer-reviewed, open access biomedical journal covering research on all aspects of oncology. To learn more about Oncotarget, please visit https://www.oncotarget.com/ or follow us: SoundCloud - https://soundcloud.com/oncotarget Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Oncotarget/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/oncotarget LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/oncotarget Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/oncotargetjrnl/ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/oncotargetyoutube Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/oncotarget/ Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/Oncotarget Oncotarget is published by Impact Journals , LLC. Please visit https://www.impactjournals.com/ or connect with us @ImpactJrnls Media Contact MEDIA@IMPACTJOURNALS.COM 18009220957

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition
How to Use Mimetic Desire to Create and Close More Opportunities, with Luke Burgis

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Audio Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 18:14


Mo asks Luke Burgis: How can people use mimetic desire to shape the world in a positive way and bring in more business? Luke has a fundamental belief in business that you can’t understand what another person’s good is unless you actually know the person. Sometimes you need to help people get what they think they want in order to earn the right to give them what you think they need. At the beginning of Covid, there were a number of students that were second-guessing enrolling in University and College all across the country. Instead of insisting the student behave as if nothing had changed, innovative schools could help facilitate the gap year to continue serving their needs in a way that aligns with their desires. Mentorship is a very effective way to create positive change through mimetic desire. The dark side of mimetic desire can create tension with other people and can even lead to rivalry. If you can avoid that trap, mimetic desire and mentorship can be tremendously positive for building a business. Knowing that mimetic desire can be negative, you can choose to throw it out. Luke has his students reach out to a potential mentor every single semester. As adults, we are often worse at asking for mentorship. If you’re an expert in a domain take the initiative and email someone today to make yourself available. Mutually beneficial relationships are oftentimes the strongest. The opposite of transcendent desire is imminent desire. It’s critical to understand the system of desire in your business and your life because chances are you are not desiring enough. Find desires that exist outside that system, because that’s how industries get transformed. Transcendent leaders help you want more than they thought was wantable in the existing paradigm. The more we are intentional about cultivating desires beyond the current project, that helps people avoid becoming stuck.   Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com lukeburgis.com

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition
How to Use Mimetic Desire to Create and Close More Opportunities, with Luke Burgis

Real Relationships Real Revenue - Video Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2021 18:14


Mo asks Luke Burgis: How can people use mimetic desire to shape the world in a positive way and bring in more business? Luke has a fundamental belief in business that you can’t understand what another person’s good is unless you actually know the person. Sometimes you need to help people get what they think they want in order to earn the right to give them what you think they need. At the beginning of Covid, there were a number of students that were second-guessing enrolling in University and College all across the country. Instead of insisting the student behave as if nothing had changed, innovative schools could help facilitate the gap year to continue serving their needs in a way that aligns with their desires. Mentorship is a very effective way to create positive change through mimetic desire. The dark side of mimetic desire can create tension with other people and can even lead to rivalry. If you can avoid that trap, mimetic desire and mentorship can be tremendously positive for building a business. Knowing that mimetic desire can be negative, you can choose to throw it out. Luke has his students reach out to a potential mentor every single semester. As adults, we are often worse at asking for mentorship. If you’re an expert in a domain take the initiative and email someone today to make yourself available. Mutually beneficial relationships are oftentimes the strongest. The opposite of transcendent desire is imminent desire. It’s critical to understand the system of desire in your business and your life because chances are you are not desiring enough. Find desires that exist outside that system, because that’s how industries get transformed. Transcendent leaders help you want more than they thought was wantable in the existing paradigm. The more we are intentional about cultivating desires beyond the current project, that helps people avoid becoming stuck.   Mentioned in this Episode: GrowBIGPlaybook.com lukeburgis.com

Dregs of Craigs
S1E82 -DoC #82 Mutually Assured Annoyance

Dregs of Craigs

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 61:36


It's episode 82 of Dregs of Craigs and the boys are in a mood today apparently! Everyone takes turns being various levels of annoyed at the others in this one which makes for some choice content! Also in this episode: Kraigslist Kool Kids Klub, The Fucktastic Voyage, Death by Insertion, Chunky bubbles: Live in Vegas, Steve Did a Hit, and Porta-Potty Secret Police Find out more at https://dregs-of-craigs.pinecast.co Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/dregs-of-craigs/9ecbbae0-670f-42d2-a145-ca9b2c604092 This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Grow My Accounting Practice | Tips for Accountants & Bookkeepers to Grow Their Business
Amira Alvarez: How To Forge Authentic, Mutually-Beneficial Connections

Grow My Accounting Practice | Tips for Accountants & Bookkeepers to Grow Their Business

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 36:18


In this episode, guest Amira Alvarez shares how to forge authentic, mutually-beneficial connections which can help you achieve your personal and professional goals using The Impression of Increase. She also talks about some of the key things you need to make a quantum leap in your career, revenue, income, or impact.   Nextiva – VOIP phone providers for small businesses and fully integrated CRM

Catapulting Commissions with Anthony Garcia
70 - Mutually Beneficial Sales w/ Bob Lantelme

Catapulting Commissions with Anthony Garcia

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 36:43


Welcome back to this week’s episode of the Catapulting Commissions podcast with your host, Anthony Garcia. Today’s show is going to bring to you some seriously high-level sales coaching. Joining us on the show is Bob Lantelme, an expert in all things sales from top to bottom, having more than 25 years of experience in the space. He’s here to break down his philosophy and share some wisdom we can take home with us.   One year out of college, Bob worked as a laborer--it didn’t take long for him to make the switch to sales in the form of time-sharing. He dove into the fire headfirst but ended up getting his real estate license. For Bob, sales was a perfect fit and lead him to explore a plethora of sales positions, from ATM to luxury cars to services and public-private partnerships.    When you’re selling directly to consumers, there are always reasons as to why they say yes or no. Bob tells us that our biggest mistake is that we simply think too much. When Bob was working selling vacuums, the first seven doors he got in he made a sale. When he experienced that success and was contacted by higher-ups, he started to overthink what it was he did to become successful. As soon as that happened, he experienced a drought. The truth is, the product sold itself--he was just demonstrating it. It about connecting with your potential client--talking about what they want to talk about. We can be our own worst enemy if we don’t.    When the product can’t sell itself, the art of salesmanship and influence comes more into play. For example, if a client comes in to purchase a Porche, you have to give them the experience they want. If they ask you about an alloy screw, you need to tell them about the varieties of screws in the vehicle--it doesn’t matter if you’re a car guy or not--you need to cater to the customer. You have to be honest, in that, if there isn’t a good fit or good deal, you have to let them know. In the long run, it’ll pay off in the form of referrals. It’s about trust and being willing to risk losing a short-term sale to invest in the future. You’re not here to make one sale. This is how you build credibility.    So, how do you approach the ‘big whale’ in B2B business? These are sales that can change your financial situation for good. You want to treat them like everybody else. No one wants to be treated as though you’re their fanboy or fangirl. They are people--successful people--just like us. People want to talk about ‘me’ -- let them! Consider looking at things like their charitable giving to find insight into their passions. There is a good chance they have a reason for being passionate enough to give to a cause. This allows you to build rapport in a meaningful way.    When you’re selling something, it has to be a quid-pro-quo transaction. It should be mutually beneficial and no one should feel like they were just played. If you’re trying to increase your commission, this is the number one way to do it. If you sell strictly through persuasion, you allow remorse to set in when the adrenaline wears off. You want to look after their best interests just as much as your own.    Mistakes and pitfalls in sales happen. For Bob, the times where he has let his emotions get to him are the hardest. In the end, you have to own up to foolish mistakes or risk throwing away entire relationships and opportunities. When he thinks too much or worries, it can get in the way of effective sales practices. It’s about staying authentic to yourself and not be the sleazy salesperson people expect. When you lose money, you don’t want to make the mistake twice.    LINKS   Connect with Bob on Facebook and Linked in:   Bob Lantelme

The Spurscast
Spurscast Ep. 602: Spurs, Aldridge Mutually Agree to Part Ways

The Spurscast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2021 32:50


In Spurscast episode 602, Spurscast host Paul Garcia is joined by Project Spurs writer Benjamin Bornstein to discuss: The Spurs in the last 2 games since returning from All-Star breakThe Spurs and LaMarcus Aldridge mutually agreeing to part waysThe Spurs' early dominant record against the East Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Acton Line
Stephanie Slade on the future of fusionism

Acton Line

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 34:20


In this episode, we are bringing you a conversation with Stephanie Slade, the managing editor of Reason Magazine, and Eric Kohn, the director of communications here at Acton. In this episode they discuss the philosophy of fusionism. Slade writes that Fusionism is the marriage of two value sets: liberty & virtue. “Liberty - in the classical sense of freedom from aggression, coercion, and fraud; and virtue - in the Judeo-Christian sense of submission to God's commands.” In this unifying value set, we can see fusionism as a “distinct philosophical orientation unto itself.” Rather than a tug of war between two philosophies which we see played out today, fusionism introduces the idea that liberty and virtue should have never been separated. With Fusionism, we see this unbreakable bond between these two philosophies. Thus people can freely choose to live out their individual rights and freely live out the teachings of Christianity. The founding fathers believed that virtue and liberty were, according to Slade, “Mutually reinforcing—and that neither could survive long without the other. A free society depends on a virtuous populace.” The question we explore in this episode is this: If a free society requires morality, how do we live virtuously in an age that rejects it? Stephanie Slade - Reason MagazineIs There a Future for Fusionism? - Stephanie SladeThe Future of Fusionism - Jordan BallorFusionism and Western Civ - Jordan BallorFree marketers should take social conservatives’ concerns more seriously - Sam GreggThe Conservative Fight over the Size of Government - Sam GreggWill-to-power conservatism with Stephanie Slade - Acton LineSubscribe to Acton Institute Events podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Negotiate Anything: Negotiation | Persuasion | Influence | Sales | Leadership | Conflict Management

Take our survey here: https://forms.gle/fzHSg3oLqFfhGF6C6In this episode, Lisa Lang, In-House Lawyer and Thought Leader, Author, and Speaker discusses how to sustain health relationships through bargaining and transparency.Request a Custom Workshop For Your CompanyGet Free Access to Over 15 Negotiation GuidesLisa's BookFollow Lisa on LinkedInFollow Kwame on LinkedInIf you've been a listener of the show and you've gotten a lot out of our programming, you can click here to Support Negotiate Anything.Kwame Christian with Lisa Lang Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/negotiate-anything. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Brave Bold Brilliant Podcast
Rory Underwood MBE, Rugby Legend – Winning on the Pitch, in the Air and in Business!!

Brave Bold Brilliant Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 88:18


Do you want to fly higher and faster with less effort? Listen to this podcast to start yourself on that path.   In this episode, Jeannette interviews Rory Underwood MBE, a former RAF flight-lieutenant, England’s rugby union record try scorer, and now CEO of his consultancy business Wingman. During his 14-year rugby career, he became England´s highest try scorer, a record he still holds to this day! His RAF flight safety role and top rugby career both taught him how to perform to an exceptionally high level. Rory has since founded Wingman, a development and performance consultancy, to help businesses, teams and individuals create and sustain high performance. During the podcast, Rory explains why he founded Wingman and the unique techniques he uses to enable his clients to perform and fulfil their potential.   Rory explains how he managed to combine family life with working full-time and playing rugby at the highest level, achieving the elusive work-life balance. Jeannette and Rory also discuss how his early life shaped his outlook and his approach to business. In the podcast, Rory shares a wealth of information that every business owner can benefit from applying, regardless of size or industry. KEY TAKEAWAYS With the right mindset and discipline, it’s possible to excel at several things at once - my job was flying jets for the RAF, my hobby was playing rugby for England & Leicester Tigers! Wingman covers all 3 aspects of Rory’s career of flying, sports and business. Strive to be the best you can be in everything you do. As soon as you know something let people know what’s going on – ‘work on the basis of no surprises’. It’s good to be optimistic, with a small element of pessimism, so you’re ready should things go wrong. A sense of resilience is really important to overcome and give things a go. Training, education and teamwork can be used to mitigate risk. Work-life balance does not necessarily mean 50:50, the split will be different for different people. As an entrepreneur you’re your worst boss, ‘you don’t pay yourself enough and don’t give yourself enough time off’ – it’s important to block downtime for yourself. Fundamentally as human beings we all make mistakes. Mutually beneficial relationships are key, and having the ability to work with like-minded people is a good place to be. For any business communication is key. In the podcast, Rory explains how to open up communication channels. If someone asks you what sounds like a stupid question, you have not explained it well enough. Being able to explain complicated things simply to potential clients helps you to sell more. Lots of people have the same challenges, so talk about it and you will get support and clarity Understanding what you as a company are trying to achieve and being customer-facing is essential. At some point as an entrepreneur you have to let go of the reigns High performance comes from having clarity of purpose, the right people, and efficient processes. Identify what is causing the drag in your businesses in order to lift your business and help you grow. Listen to anyone that wants to talk to you, but remember it is you that decides what to take from that conversation.   BEST MOMENTS ‘I´ve always been an optimist with a small percentage of pessimism. Always looked on the bright side but also been ready for when it goes wrong.´ ‘The only mistake you’ll ever make is the one you don’t learn from’ ‘If you can´t describe something complicated, simply, then you don´t really understand it’ ‘There are lots of people out there who are facing the same interesting challenges, so talk about it’   VALUABLE RESOURCES Brave, Bold, Brilliant podcast series www.wingmanltd.com www.jeannettelinfootassociates.com   ABOUT THE GUEST Rory Underwood is probably best known for his international rugby career. Not only for scoring a record 49 tries for England (95 caps, 1984-1996) but also for winning 7 caps for the British Lions touring Australia (1989) and New  Zealand (1993). Rory played first class rugby at Leicester Tigers for an unbelievable 14 years and was awarded the MBE in  1992 for his services for rugby. Rory joined the Board of Leicester Tigers as a non-executive Director in Nov 2007.   Throughout this record-breaking rugby career Rory amassed 3000 hours flying as a pilot in his 18 years in the Royal Air Force. During his RAF career he flew the Jet Provost TMk5A, Hawk TMk1A, Tornado GR1, Canberra T17 and the Dominie. He was responsible for introducing Crew Resources Management (CRM) training into the RAF, thereby developing a culture where personnel look at how teamwork and decision making is effected in time limited stressful situations.   Rory has a specific interest and expertise in the areas of effective communication and high performance leadership within teams. His experience and insight gained through his stellar rugby and RAF career has allowed him to bring a different perspective into the performance of business teams. He is an experienced facilitator, psychometric profiler and performance coach.   Rory incorporates his inspirational experiences with practical performance activities creating an environment for delegates to explore and challenge their view of teams and how they can make an impact within the business. He will explore and challenge the delegates about their understanding of teams, high performance and how to measure it.   Rory uses his experiences from his time within high performance organisations and teams that are able to bring a different perspective than the normal ‘team building’ workshop. He explores the relationship between values and motivation that is bound together by trust to enable you to create and sustain a high performance team ethos within the organisation.   Rory combines the wealth of experience from international sport, the military, extreme human achievement and the tried and tested formula of personal and team development to create processes for individuals, teams and organisations to inspire performance.   CONTACT METHOD Website: www.wingmanltd.com Twitter: @wingman_ltd LinkedIn: Wingman_Ltd Email: enquiries@wingmanltd.com ABOUT THE HOST Jeannette Linfoot is a highly regarded senior executive, property investor, board advisor, and business mentor with over 25 years of global professional business experience across the travel, leisure, hospitality, and property sectors. Having bought, ran, and sold businesses all over the world, Jeannette now has a portfolio of her own businesses and also advises and mentors other business leaders to drive forward their strategies as well as their own personal development.   Jeannette is a down to earth leader, a passionate champion for diversity & inclusion, and a huge advocate of nurturing talent so every person can unleash their full potential and live their dreams.    CONTACT METHOD https://www.jeannettelinfootassociates.com/ YOUTUBE LinkedIn Facebook Instagram   PODCAST DESCRIPTION   Jeannette Linfoot talks to incredible people about their experiences of being Brave, Bold & Brilliant, which have allowed them to unleash their full potential in business, their careers, and life in general. From the boardroom tables of ‘big’ international business to the dining room tables of entrepreneurial start-ups, how to overcome challenges, embrace opportunities and take risks, whilst staying ‘true’ to yourself is the order of the day. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

They Coined It, a Mad Men Podcast
"Mutually Assured Insemination" (S2E13) (Meditations in an Emergency)

They Coined It, a Mad Men Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 71:10


We have a Patreon! Extra content for our patrons; if you like what we do and you're able, throw us a shekel. We wrap Season 2 with "Mutually Assured Insemination" - Meditations in an Emergency gets the TCI treatment. Hosts - Roberta Lipp & Dan Jasper Sound & Graphics Consultant - Albert Stern (stickrust arts) Music - Adam Michael Tilford Editing - Roberta Lipp Questions/Comments/Dirty Jokes: Questions@TheyCoinedItPod.com Social Media Instagram Twitter Facebook

The Cannabis Investing Podcast
Now Is The Time to Build A National Cannabis Brand

The Cannabis Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2021 61:45


Talking CBD, hemp, cannabinoids in the health and wellness segment with Smoke Wallin, CEO of Vertical Wellness. Many regulatory headwinds, but near-term hemp and CBD saturation will open up and level off. FDA still captive to pharma industry. Bigger opportunity for natural products industry. Essential to know how to operate in a regulated market. Cannabis beverages - bullish over long-term, many impediments short-term. Mutually beneficial consolidation, cannabinoids + athletes and the amazing results of chickens ingesting CBD. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Blood Origins
Episode 18 - Ryan Baudhiun – Tattoo's and thoughtfulness are not mutually exclusive

Blood Origins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2021 45:18


Ryan is an ex-combat marine that will tell you that its waterfowl above anything. He is chasing the elusive 41, and I have been engaging Ryan over the last several weeks about addressing some of the stupidity we are finding in hunting and specifically waterfowling i.e., the biting of the duck bill, the pushing the bill of the duck into the shotgun, etc. A thought provoking discussion. Podcast is brought to you by: Dog and Gun Coffee: www.dogandguncoffee.com Pladra: www.pladra.com Civilware: www.civilware.com See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe

Recovering From Reality
Ep. 108 Politics and Spirituality Are Not Mutually Exclusive with Marianne Williamson

Recovering From Reality

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2021 50:48


In today's episode, I am joined by Marianne Williamson. Marianne is a bestselling author, political activist and spiritual thought leader.   For over three decades Marianne has been a leader in spiritual and religiously progressive circles. She is the author of 14 books, four of which have been #1 New York Times best sellers. A quote from the mega best seller A Return to Love, “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure…” is considered an anthem for a contemporary generation of seekers.   Williamson founded Project Angel Food  a non-profit that has delivered more than 13 million meals to ill and dying homebound patients since 1989. The group was created to help people suffering from the ravages of HIV/AIDS. They have since expanded their service to any person battling critical illness. She has also worked throughout her career on poverty, anti-hunger and racial reconciliation issues. She has advocated for reparations for slavery since the 1990’s and was the first candidate in the 2020 presidential primary season to make it a pillar of her campaign. In 2004, she co-founded The Peace Alliance and supports the creation of a U.S. Department of Peace. In addition, she advocates for a cabinet level Department of Children and Youth to adequately address the chronic trauma of millions of American children. (Bio via Marianne.com)   We dive into the following topics… - The connection between spirituality and politics - Our purpose as humans to love others above all else - The widespread prevalence of childhood traumas in America - How ineffective and classist the American economy is and how we can shift this - So much more!   Read Lost Connections by Johann Hari   Follow Alexis (@itsalexishaines), join our Facebook group, and follow @recoveringfromreality on Instagram to stay up to date on all things RFR! You can also enroll in Alexis’ Life Reset Course at liferesetcourse.com to learn the exact, tools to recover from limiting and self- sabotaging beliefs, thoughts, emotions, feelings and behaviors and replace them with new ones that will set you up for the life you deserve and are fully capable of as you integrate the learnings and tools in your life.   And for your FREE year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs, visit www.AthleticGreens.com/REALITY    Produced by Dear Media

Gather Moms
Episode 22: Meet Mama Elizabeth

Gather Moms

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2020 33:16


O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree! It's December and we're finally feeling all the Christmas vibes, including rethinking the flocked Christmas tree. We should be singing, "O Christmas tree that makes a mess." This month on the podcast we're honoring our Christmas MAMAS who are central to the birth of Christ. Elizabeth is not usually included in the age-old Christmas pageant, but she is a miracle mama who shares a tender moment with Mary as their pregnancy paths cross. The words she speaks over Mary are an example of encouragement and truth-telling that all of us need. May we be inspired by her story to speak words of encouragement over the moms God puts in our path. Mentions: Mute means a person is incapable of speech.Short or temporary records were written or scratched on potsherds (ostraca) or wax tablets. Thank goodness for the invention of the legal pad and pens.Usually a first-time pregnant mom feels her baby kick around 18-20 weeks. Elizabeth stayed secluded for five months and we wonder if she felt confident to return to normal life once she felt her baby kick. Bless her mama heart, she had longed for this baby until well into her old age.Prophets are people (men and women) used by God to communicate his message Gospel Truth: Luke 1Luke 3:16Roman 1:11-12 Action Steps: Who is a modern day MAMA that has encouraged you?Who is a modern day MAMA that you can encourage?Mutually encourage one another What's your ONE THING?

The Art of Communication
072: Shayne & Jere Webber | Winning at Marriage and Business

The Art of Communication

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 56:38


Many people say keep your business and personal lives separate, but with powerful communication skills, you can make anything work. Here as a perfect example are today's guests Shayne and Jere' Webber, Founders of https://www.intentionallifetherapy.com (Intentional Life Therapy). They are entrepreneurs of 18 years, and productively married 20 years, parents of 4 children, and still growing! Over the years they have learned how to work together, grow their businesses, expand their reach, and strengthen their love for one another.  Let's dive right into their story as they share how you don't have to live separate lives from your partner, and their secrets how to win at relationships as well as your business. In this Episode: [00:01 - 08:37] Opening Segment I introduce and welcome Shayne and Jere Webber Couple and life coaches  Relationships and business  Shayne and Jere share about their businesses  Licensed marriage counselors  Two LLC's  Shane sees adolescents  Jere with high conflict couples  Shayne and Jere's relationship Not perfect but effective  Growing constantly  Growth in emotional maturity They're other work  Various courses  Evaluating results  Not manipulation but connection  [08:38 - 17:39] Adaptive Communication  Shayne & Jere talk about they're experience as employers  The way you deliver the message  Individual needs  Learn and adapt to each other  Shayne's experience working with entrepreneurs  Teaching intrapersonal skills  Learning from different people and experiences  Mutually beneficial  The band together mindset  Putting managers in charge  Putting people in a position to make decisions  Shayne's example with an employee  Showing appreciation for what they do  Working as caregivers  Shane's story  Not above anyone [17:40 - 25:52] Managing the Business and the Personal  Shayne and Jere share about how they manage business and relationships Becoming more humble and efficient   Is this important to argue about?  Accepting feedback Humility is a strength not a weakness  Don't be stubborn  Get other perspectives  Jere talks about communication with Shayne  Taking the serious ideas only  Writing down ideas  Jere shares about managing the balance  Balancing between strengths and weaknesses  No playing unhelpful games  Learning to understand the other person  [25:53 - 42:22] The Communication of Counselors; “The Jedi Mind Tricks”  Jere shares about asking the right questions Ways of getting information that makes people think  Shane's keys to great questions  Paying real attention  Showing interest in what is being said  Use intuition and your own thoughts  Follow up with sincerity  Jere talks about the trust building process  Connect and establish trust Get them to talk about themselves  Draw out the inner without alerting defenses  Shayne and Jere's thoughts on communicating that you care  Practicing humility  Connecting a meaningful level  Reach out when you think of someone  Reading body language  Building rapport first  Notice how people mirror you  Bare cultural differences in mind  Making people feel safe using body language  [42:23 - 56:37] Closing Segment The most impactful conversation of your life?  Jere's example with her mom  Conversations with each other  Third date story  Shayne's example of people who believed in him  One communication skill that you could have had? Jere talks about speaking candidly  Making people feel important to you  The best communicator that you know?  Shayne's example from his college professor  Building...