I bought my dream car. In the color I wanted, fully loaded, and with every single bell and whistle. And- I wasn't giddy about it like I always imagined I would be. I was Neutral, which felt insane, and in this episode I am going to talk about it. Neutrality in the ups AND downs Normalizing a certain standard What neutrality creates in your body --Connect with Danielle and learn how to work with her!on IG @danielle_onthedailyPodcast: @onthedailypodPlease subscribe, rate, and review our podcast. As always, thank you for supporting us!On The Daily Podcast
Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 129 HOST: Charissa Wood, RDH GUEST: Amanda Sanders TAKEAWAYS Introduction Proper ergonomics Utilizing loops can help with creating comfortable positioning during patient care Practicing is so important to be able to speak Lumadent General information about the benefits of using Loups Three types of Galilean Prism loop Wrap-around design Neutral posture Changing your working distance from a traditional Galilean loop REFERENCES Hygiene Mastermind Bulletproof Summit Mighty Networks Amanda Sanders Facebook Amanda Sanders Instagram Lumadent
Dan finds it interesting that even supposedly impartial journalists have difficulty remaining neutral about New York Jets QB Aaron Rodgers. And he will not be endorsing Colorado Buffaloes HC Deion Sanders for Sportsperson of the Year.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you in touch with your neutral emotions? Do you know what neutral emotions are? Don't worry, I got your back! Join me in this episode of The Vibe With Ky Podcast where I interview Licensed Mental Health Counselor Chelsie Maccarone about neutral emotions, exploring the overlooked world of feelings that exist between joy and sorrow. To learn more about Chelsie Maccarone and her practice, Healthy Minds and More Counseling Services, visit: https://healthymindsandmore.com/ For more from The Vibe With Ky, visit: https://beacons.ai/thevibewithky --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thevibewithky/support
During the "12 Days of Blackmas," we bring you the absolute best of theGrio Daily. The top downloaded episodes from your favorite Wypipologist Michael Harriot. On Day 10, MIchael brings you "Affirmative Action React: Race Neutral Is Not A Thing." Michael Harriot welcomes educator and fellow podcast host at theGrio Black Podcast Network, Dr. Christina Greer, to discuss "race-neutral" admissions following The Supreme Court's decision to effectively outlaw affirmative action. The pair agree the concept of race neutrality is absurd and not realistic and claim that Asian Americans are being used as pawns by conservative Americans. They also discuss the importance of diverse classrooms and point out that eliminating policies meant to level the playing field is rooted in white supremacy. Music by Transition Music CorporationSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Jumana Adler as she shares her healing journey and how her journey opened her eyes and mind to the world of holistic health, leading to her earning her health coaching certification, not so she could coach others, simply so she could better understand her own body, mind and soul and the steps she could take to heal, along with empowering business leaders to embody their genius to magnetize through business as a Business Transformation Specialist . Jumana's health journey gave her the clues she needed to discover who she was really meant to serve, such that she left her career of 17 years and she now thrives in her health, her business, her life, living in alignment with her mind, body and spirit, helping businesses come into integrity and alignment with their customers and greater purpose. FREE Gifts: Listeners may use code YGHJ10 (Your Guided Health Journey) and receive a 10% discount off the Entrepreneur Accelerated Business Transformation Session, link to purchase is on home page under the Entrepreneur track.- They may also sign up for the mailing list and receive the Intentional Alignment mediation.Intentional alignment allows us to set up a container for the experience rather than letting the experience take over us. We are in control, but we are also trusting that what is aligned will be. This provides space for the moment to unfold in the highest way possible. When we call in the intention of alignment with an experience, our bodies soften. We Health Kickstart Program: https://yourguidedhealthjourney.com/health-kick-start-detox/Linktree: https://linktr.ee/yourguidedhealthjourneyAbout the Guest:Unlocking FreedomEmpowering Business Leaders to Embody their Genius.Jumana helps entrepreneur and corporate business leaders feel fulfilled knowing their life's work creates a meaningful impact, while also ensuring they don't end up being irrelevant. She does this through an accelerated business transformation process that connects with the magic of your genius, anchors you into your purpose and unlocks the flow of freedom, which is part of her life's purpose.Her experience includes both entrepreneurship and working in the corporate world. With her natural ability to spot opportunities to do things better, she supports business leaders who want to thrive amid the significant market shifts we are experiencing as a collective.The revelations experienced in times of transformation are essential to moving forward in an aligned manner. Business leaders frequently believe that their objectives are compatible with their current or future business. In actuality, the business is a distinct entity with specific requirements for growth.With her Accelerated Business Transformation Process, she provides an empowered connection with your business by utilizing energetics in a unique way that blends the ethereal and practical. This involves guiding business leaders to discover, leverage, and synchronize their genius with the consciousness of their business. The results are transformative as you rapidly gain insights into the needs and desires of your business. Unveiling the business treasure map toward freedom, abundance, and prosperity. This process provides the opportunity for aligned execution that maximizes the greatest potential.Contact:Website: https://www.jumanainc.comSocial Media:
The news of Texas covered today includes:Our Lone Star story of the day: Reverend Daniel Hinton joins us to talk about the state of the polis in America and how we were sold a lie about being able to have a religion-neutral government and yet remain a virtuous people.Hinton is pastor for Christ Lutheran Church in Lubbock (an orthodox Missouri Synod Lutheran church.)The online audio bible series I mention is found by clicking this link.Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.Harris County backs down and withdraws from its lawsuit against Texas over Senate Bill 1750 that ended its ability to have an Office of Elections.Razor wire and Thanksgiving did nothing to slow illegal crossing into Texas from Mexico.Listen on the radio, or station stream, at 5pm Central. Click for our radio and streaming affiliates.www.PrattonTexas.com
The latest edition of the Providence Journal's college basketball podcast is here. This is Bill Koch, sports writer for the Journal. I'm joined as always by Nick Coit, sports director at ABC6 and the weekend co-host of Cordischi and Coit on WEEI Providence. Lots of ground to cover entering this holiday week. Bryant's men made history with a win at No. 10 Florida Atlantic, the first over a ranked opponent in program history (5:00). The Bulldogs followed up with a Monday win over Howard. Providence's men enjoyed a 2-1 stretch against three power conference opponents (14:55). The Friars split two games in the Bahamas, falling to Kansas State and rebounding to beat Georgia. The University of Rhode Island men were swept in two games at Mohegan Sun (24:00). The Rams stepped up in class against Northwestern and Washington State, falling twice in front of a good portion of traveling fans. Brown's men built some confidence against Rhode Island College and played USC to the wire on the road (34:00). The Bears showed what they have the potential to be over 40 minutes on court with the Trojans. URI's women won at Brown before coming up just shy on the road against North Carolina State (43:00). The Rams looked like a different team than the one that lost at Maine. Brown's women are headed on a road trip after falling at home to URI (51:15). The Bears split games with the Rams and Providence at home last week. Bryant's women sit at 3-1 entering three straight games away from home (55:15). The Bulldogs outlasted Central Connecticut State and will play at Merrimack and at Florida International. Providence's women have dropped two straight after winning their first two games of the season (60:10). The Friars were clipped by Brown before falling at home to Boston College over the weekend. Happy Thanksgiving to all. Hope it's a day filled with family, great food and a side of college basketball. Thanks as always for listening.
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Is software eating the nation state? Technologies like crypto and AI are about to fundamentally restructure society from the bottom up. We brought economist and writer, Sam Hammond on to predict how society will be reorganized under this new paradigm and how those in power will respond. Sam Hammond is an economist for the Foundation for American Innovation, a think tank advising policies in DC whose slogan reads, “Build Tech. Promote Freedom.” Freedom and Tech. We like those two things on Bankless - and we're also concerned with the project of how to protect them in a world where software starts to eat the nation state (and the nation state feels threatened). ------ ✨ DEBRIEF | Ryan & David unpacking the episode: https://www.bankless.com/debrief-sam-hammond -----
Here I offer a guided meditation in which we are invited to systematically open awareness to more and more of experience, until we rest in complete, open awareness. Meditation can be challenging at times. Occasionally we may experience things which surprise as a result. If you have any questions or concerns in regards to this, or other meditation practices, please feel free to message me through my website: www.suchsweetthunder.org I have been practicing meditation for 38 years and has been successfully teaching meditation worldwide since 2009, giving talks, facilitating retreats, and have authored two books. I have received formal training in Theravada, Mahayana (Tibetan, Zen,) and Vedanta meditation techniques as well as Trauma Sensitive Mindfulness, MBSR, Nonviolent Communication, Neuroplasticity, and Buddhist Psychology. I teach from a secular voice and I am passionate about bringing timeless wisdom teachings to people of any faith, belief system, or tradition. If you find these podcasts helpful please consider making a donation: PayPal.me/suchsweetthunder May All Benefit.
Good news: the strikes are over! Neutral news: we're back!Bad news: not soon enough for us to prepare a "normal" episode! We're once again digging into the bins of yesteryear to see what gems we can unearth and reminisce about. This time we're looking at 2007 and, for the heck of it, we've structured it as a draft. You can shoot us an email at email@example.com
In episode 99 of The Gradient Podcast, Daniel Bashir speaks to Professor Martin Wattenberg.Professor Wattenberg is a professor at Harvard and part-time member of Google Research's People + AI Research (PAIR) initiative, which he co-founded. His work, with long-time collaborator Fernanda Viégas, focuses on making AI technology broadly accessible and reflective of human values. At Google, Professor Wattenberg, his team, and Professor Viégas have created end-user visualizations for products such as Search, YouTube, and Google Analytics. Note: Professor Wattenberg is recruiting PhD students through Harvard SEAS—info here.Have suggestions for future podcast guests (or other feedback)? Let us know here or reach us at firstname.lastname@example.orgSubscribe to The Gradient Podcast: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Pocket Casts | RSSFollow The Gradient on TwitterOutline:* (00:00) Intro* (03:30) Prof. Wattenberg's background* (04:40) Financial journalism at SmartMoney* (05:35) Contact with the academic visualization world, IBM* (07:30) Transition into visualizing ML* (08:25) Skepticism of neural networks in the 1980s* (09:45) Work at IBM* (10:00) Multiple scales in information graphics, organization of information* (13:55) How much information should a graphic display to whom? * (17:00) Progressive disclosure of complexity in interface design* (18:45) Visualization as a rhetorical process* (20:45) Conversation Thumbnails for Large-Scale Discussions* (21:35) Evolution of conversation interfaces—Slack, etc.* (24:20) Path dependence — mutual influences between user behaviors and technology, takeaways for ML interface design* (26:30) Baby Names and Social Data Analysis — patterns of interest in baby names* (29:50) History Flow* (30:05) Why investigate editing dynamics on Wikipedia?* (32:06) Implications of editing patterns for design and governance* (33:25) The value of visualizations in this work, issues with Wikipedia editing* (34:45) Community moderation, bureaucracy* (36:20) Consensus and guidelines* (37:10) “Neutral” point of view as an organizing principle* (38:30) Takeaways* PAIR* (39:15) Tools for model understanding and “understanding” ML systems* (41:10) Intro to PAIR (at Google)* (42:00) Unpacking the word “understanding” and use cases* (43:00) Historical comparisons for AI development* (44:55) The birth of TensorFlow.js* (47:52) Democratization of ML* (48:45) Visualizing translation — uncovering and telling a story behind the findings* (52:10) Shared representations in LLMs and their facility at translation-like tasks* (53:50) TCAV* (55:30) Explainability and trust* (59:10) Writing code with LMs and metaphors for using* More recent research* (1:01:05) The System Model and the User Model: Exploring AI Dashboard Design* (1:10:05) OthelloGPT and world models, causality* (1:14:10) Dashboards and interaction design—interfaces and core capabilities* (1:18:07) Reactions to existing LLM interfaces* (1:21:30) Visualizing and Measuring the Geometry of BERT* (1:26:55) Note/Correction: The “Atlas of Meaning” Prof. Wattenberg mentions is called Context Atlas* (1:28:20) Language model tasks and internal representations/geometry* (1:29:30) LLMs as “next word predictors” — explaining systems to people* (1:31:15) The Shape of Song* (1:31:55) What does music look like? * (1:35:00) Levels of abstraction, emergent complexity in music and language models* (1:37:00) What Prof. Wattenberg hopes to see in ML and interaction design* (1:41:18) OutroLinks:* Professor Wattenberg's homepage and Twitter* Harvard SEAS application info — Professor Wattenberg is recruiting students!* Research* Earlier work* A Fuzzy Commitment Scheme* Stacked Graphs—Geometry & Aesthetics* A Multi-Scale Model of Perceptual Organization in Information Graphics* Conversation Thumbnails for Large-Scale Discussions* Baby Names and Social Data Analysis* History Flow (paper)* At Harvard and Google / PAIR* Tools for Model Understanding: Facets, SmoothGrad, Attacking discrimination with smarter ML* TensorFlow.js* Visualizing translation* TCAV* Other ML papers:* The System Model and the User Model: Exploring AI Dashboard Design (recent speculative essay)* Emergent World Representations: Exploring a Sequence Model Trained on a Synthetic Task* Visualizing and Measuring the Geometry of BERT* Artwork* The Shape of Song Get full access to The Gradient at thegradientpub.substack.com/subscribe
Selling is neutral. And if you don't feel that way, it'll make everything harder. Listen to this episode for more, it'll make a huge difference to how much you're selling. Go here for the free visualisation I mentioned in this episode: https://ruthpoundwhite.com/free/selling Join the membership here: https://ruthpoundwhite.com/membership
This episode rejects the claim that the public square it neutral. It argues that Christians ought to vigorously enter the public square and destroy all evil and foolish ideas that set themselves up against the knowledge of God. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/michael-belch0/support
In this episode, we unpack plastic-neutral certification, the immense scale of the global plastic problem, and how rePurpose is helping combat the plastic pollution crisis. Joining us today is Anjali Malpani, Senior Business Partnerships Manager at rePurpose Global, a pioneering company focused on combating plastic waste through empowering brands and businesses. To understand how the plastic-neutral certification is driving meaningful change in the fight against plastic pollution and how you can support the brands that are making a tangible difference in the world, tune in now!Key Points From This Episode:Hear about rePurpose's plastic-neutral certification, what it means, and how it works.Introduction and a brief background about today's guest, Anjali Malpani. History about rePurpose, its mission, and what it has achieved so far.Why brands need to assess their plastic footprint from packaging.Current challenges and hurdles of reducing plastic pollution.How certifications can pave the way to sustainability and when to start.Discover when plastic-neutral certification is the right path for a brand.Setting actionable and reachable goals to begin being sustainable.Learn the difference between greenwashing and green-hushing.Focusing on making progress rather than seeking perfection. Building sustainable waste management and supply-chain processes.A gift-themed rapid-fire question round for Anjali.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Impact-Driven Gift GuideAnjali Malpani on LinkedInAnjali Malpani emailrePurpose GlobalrePurpose Global on LinkedInrePurpose Global on FacebookrePurpose Global on InstagramrePurpose Global on XInnovation Alliance for a Global Plastics TreatyModern Species Gage Mitchell on LinkedInGage Mitchell on Twitter
Gabby is heading to national team camp! The FIG released its ad hoc requirements for Russian and Belarusian participation in meets in 2024. We ask the important question: does anyone actually meet these requirements? Tom Farden has been placed on administrative leave by Utah, which they say is due to recent behavior "not related to student-athlete welfare." NCAA Signing Day! We run through which top elites will be competing for which schools and who won the Most Famous Names sweepstakes MEET NEWS Jade Carey and Yul Moldauer won the title at Swiss Cup, but the real winner was Spencer, who gets to discuss the strategy of Swiss Cup again USAG released the selection committee minutes for the 2022 World team and we feel like something is still missing... MINI-COMMISSION Today, we have a mini-commission from Club Gym Nerd member Anthony, who ordered a segment all about Listunova—her achievements through the years, from junior world champion, to the Olympics, to now. JOIN CLUB GYM NERD Join Club Gym Nerd (or give it as a gift!) for access to weekly Behind the Scenes episodes, dedications, mini-commissions and group commissions Club Gym Nerd members get access to all of our exclusive extended interviews, Behind The Scenes and College & Cocktails episodes. Buy our awesome clothing and gifts here and even "tapestries" (banners perfect to display in an arena) to support your favorite gymnast here. RELATED EPISODES Gymnastics Movie Club: Perfect Body Trouble in Romania Best Cheng Ever? RESOURCES & CITATIONS Gymnastics History and Code of Points Archive from Uncle Tim Follow the effects of the Russian invasion to Ukraine at Gymnovosti The Highest D scores from The Gymternet Men's Gymnastics coverage from Kensley Neutral Deductions MORE WAYS TO LISTEN HERE
We are excited to bring you a fantastic episode today where we are joined by two guest experts to discuss the recent JAMA Surgery manuscript, “Clinical Implications of Removing Race-Corrected Pulmonary Function Tests for African American Patients Requiring Surgery for … Continue reading →
The age-old debate. We settle it once and for all. Resources mentioned in the episode: You can bias lower abs from upper abs by doing posterior pelvic tilt vs ab curl herePeople with LBP lift with LESS flexion in their lumbar spine hereThere was low-quality evidence that greater lumbar spine flexion during lifting was not a risk factor for LBP onset/persistence or a differentiator of people with and without LBP hereOnly 4% difference in total load on the vertebrae during stoop vs squat lifting hereLoad shifts posteriorly away from disk as you flex here at close to full flexion less than a quarter of extensor moment is from disk and deep ligamentsPeople lift more efficiently in spinal flexion (more efficiently = same force output with less muscle activity) hereThat's probably why elite powerlifters increase spinal flexion automatically as they approach maximum loads hereSpine posture in general has not been shown to be a causal factor in LBP according to a systematic review of systematic reviews in 2020 hereEven lifting a box from knee height when instructed to keep the spine neutral, results in 22 degrees of lumbar flexion hereExperienced physical therapists can't detect lumbar flexion of less than 34 degrees during a squat hereIn lab experiments compressive load - not flexion or extension - causes disk injury here“Bad technique” doesn't cause injury - Crossfit injury incidence is 0.27 - 3.3 per 1000 hours of training hereInjury incidence in running is 2.5 - 33 which is almost exactly 10x higher hereInjury incidence in ballet is 3.9-4.4 per 1000 hours - which is higher than Crossfit even though ballet dancers practice in perfect alignment hereMost injuries in fitness centers result from people falling off equipment or dropping weights on themselves hereConnect with Natalie Wilson on Instagram Connect with Raph on Instagram Learn more
Bulletproof Hygiene Podcast Episode 127 HOST: Charissa Wood, RDH GUEST: Caitlin Parsons KEY TAKEAWAYS Chronic pain survivor turned yoga therapist Ergonomic consultant for dental professionals Alignment- physical and mental Set reminders for yourself to make patterns become habits Up to 97% of dental professionals experience pain Neutral posture Habit stacking for effectiveness Ergo loops Traditional loop Styles of Yoga for Everyone REFERENCES Bulletproof Hygiene BP Hygiene Mastermind The Aligned Hygienist Book: Atomic Habits
Have you experienced challenges in accepting and loving your body? Welcome to another bonus episode of the “Embrace Your Real” podcast. I know that loving your body is a journey that takes time, and there are days when it seems impossible. And this struggle is universal. That's why in this episode, we will dive into the complexities of body positivity and the journey towards self-love. We'll also explore the concept of body neutrality and provide five affirmations to help you cultivate a more positive relationship with your body. What I discuss: “My body is my home. It's where I live, but now who I am.” “My body is allowed to change.” “My body deserves respect.” “My body has needs, and I will listen to them.” “Your body is God's creation” If you loved this episode, be sure to tune in to… Episode 45 - Body Neutrality vs. Body Positivity: Why You Need to Know the Difference If you want more from me, be sure to check out... Follow me on Instagram: @juliealedbetter | @embraceyourreal | @movementwithjulie Movement With Julie | App: https://sale.movementwithjulie.com/ Macro Counting Made Simple Online Academy: https://www.macrocountingmadesimple.com/ Website: www.juliealedbetter.com Get my eBook: FREE Macro Counting Ebook Amazon Storefront: Julie Ledbetter's Amazon Page
In this episode, Kylie and Kara chat about the data you SHOULD be focused on in your fitness and health journey as opposed to what so many individuals choose to focus on...which only ends up holding them back. It's tempting to want to zero in on trends and data (such as the scale), but it's much more important to step back and look at your averages (as well as other non-scale/data-driven wins) to help you stay more neutral mentally. The more you stress your progress, the less progress you make -- and your hosts are diving in this week to give several client and personal anecdotes to support this. Related Episodes: Episode 87: The Highs and Lows of Hormonal "Healing" with Sarah and Kenny Lipton Listen on Apple Listen on Spotify Episode 69: Optimizing Thyroid and Staying Out of Your Own Way with Austin Stout Listen on Apple Listen on Spotify Follow the NYQF Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notyourquickfixpodcast/ Connect with Kara: Instagram: Instagram.com/karagoss_rd FREE Facebook Group: Functional Fat Loss Secrets for Women TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@karagoss_rd Connect with Kylie: Instagram: Instagram.com/heyitskylie13 TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@heyitskylie_13
Tom Bartlett, president and CEO of American Tower Corp. (NYSE: AMT), was a guest on the latest episode of Nareit's REIT Report podcast.Bartlett discussed American Tower's recently launched Sustainability Report and provided an overview of the REIT's broader sustainability strategy. He explained that “neutral hosting” is central to the company's inherently sustainable business model. “Neutral hosting allows multiple customers to lease space on a shared single tower or asset, which reduces the number of sites required and minimizes the industry's overall environmental impact”, he said.Beyond providing digital infrastructure, Bartlett noted that American Tower's global presence enables it to play “a significant role in fostering connectivity in a responsible, equitable, and sustainable way to realize our vision of building a more connected world.”
Sometimes along the #dreamdriving we get stuck. What do you do? Rana shares 5 things that she does that can help you get out of neutral and start moving towards your dreams. These are all very simple and easy ways to get your confidence back up and sense of purpose reignited--all so that you can hit the road strong! *SHOP DREAMS IN DRIVE MERCHANDISE: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/shop *SUBSCRIBE TO "THE KEYS" NEWSLETTER: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/join *DONATE TO DREAMS IN DRIVE: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/donate *SHOP THE DREAMS IN DRIVE BOOKSTORE: http://www.dreamsindrive.com/bookstore *Follow Dreams In Drive on Social: *http://twitter.com/dreamsindrive *http://instagram.com/dreamsindrive *Follow Rana on Social: *http://instagram.com/rainshineluv *http://twitter.com/rainshineluv *http://www.ranacampbell.com
This week we welcome Denise Gabel to the Digitally Irresistible podcast. Denise is an international bestselling author, professional speaker, and mentor on the power of change. She is now recognized as the world's first can-do-ologist who has made it her life's work to inspire others to embrace a can-do mindset. On this episode, we discuss how Denise's can-do mindset helps teams, coaches, and business leaders create a profound impact on their organization by impacting its people. Read on for strategies on mastering stressful situations by “channeling your cheetah” for unparalleled performance enablement in the workplace and beyond. Leadership Experience Inspired by a Passion to Help Others Embrace Joy and Possibilities Denise's instinctive talent developing roadmaps to success surfaced in high school. At the time, she and her family lived in a small town. She introduced the idea of moving to a bigger city with more opportunity to her mom, who agreed that this would open new doors for the family. For Denise, this experience was a revelation about the power of change to unlock new possibilities. Denise has a wealth of experience in business leadership. During her tenure as chief innovation officer of the Filene Research Institute, she led the prestigious i3 Program throughout the United States and Canada. She also served as chief operating officer at the Northwest Credit Union Association. Her bestselling book “The Can-Do Mindset: How to Make Things Happen ... With Enthusiasm” is an international bestseller and reflects her unshakeable passion for helping others achieve personal and professional growth. According to Denise, the key is a can-do mindset, which she defines as a choice to focus on joy and possibilities in life. According to academic research from Stanford, a growth mindset positively impacts people's lives and health in powerful ways. The can-do mindset is central to Denise's strategy for helping people and businesses free themselves from a fixed mindset and drive irresistible progress along their journey. The Can-Do Mindset Supercharges Employee Performance to Achieve the Impossible Denise put her can-do mindset to work for a US-based credit union with incredible results. The company set out to revise a complex lending system that serves members in the community. They established ambitious—maybe even impossible—goals while leveraging Denise's can-do mindset strategy in their operations. Before the can-do mindset model was adopted, the project would have taken 18 months to complete. What was the impact on the duration after building a can-do foundation in the individuals, teams, and organization as a whole? 18 days from project beginning to project completion. That's right: the can-do mindset reduced the project timeline by an astonishing 97%. The time reduction resulting from maximized employee performance cascaded into significant cost savings for the business. The company also generated $4 million in loans in the first month, proving that the can-do mindset can make the seemingly impossible possible. The can-do mindset inspired employee engagement at unprecedented levels, generating success for the business and moving the bar for performance standards. They were able to achieve this because the company's supervisors effectively coached team members to adopt a can-do attitude in their work. Denise explains that when it comes to the can-do mindset: 85% is acquired through social learning. 15% is acquired through structured training. In other words: the monkey see, monkey do model of behavior is a powerful tool. When coaches and supervisors show employees what the can-do mindset looks like, it establishes clear expectations for team members to emulate that behavior. While corporate training is important for optimizing employee performance, leadership teams who model the can-do mindset for the workers they supervise are the principal actors in shaping an irresistible can-do culture in the workplace. Channel Your Cheetah: A Four-Step Strategy for Thriving Through Difficulty Difficult experiences are universal. This is why Denise advises developing effective coping mechanisms for stressful situations, especially workplace stress. She says everyone has the can-do mindset within them, even if it's buried. Her four-step process helps bring it to the surface to empower people for success in both personal and professional contexts. By imitating the speed and reflexes of the cheetah—which far outpaces any other land animal with a three-second zero to 60 mph acceleration rate—anyone can learn to quickly adjust to difficulty. Feel it. The first step is to name what you're feeling and give yourself permission to feel it. Whether it's embarrassment, guilt, frustration, or another uncomfortable feeling or combination of feelings, acknowledge it. Shift to neutral. Even cheetahs can't be in motion all the time. Neutral is a place where you feel safe. Begin taking time to collect your thoughts, regain your composure, and center yourself. This can be as simple as taking a few deep breaths at your desk and pausing notifications for five minutes. In other cases, you may need to take a walk, talk to someone you trust, meditate, or otherwise gain more distance from the situation. Ask yourself: what can I do? Depending on the situation, a cheetah on the savannah might roll over and relax, remain alert and watchful of its surroundings, or take off sprinting after an opportunity. At this stage, you decide what your best course of action is. No one has an unlimited budget of time, energy, or other resources. Look at the possibilities, and make a realistic estimate of your capacity before deciding your next move. Go again. Put your decision into action. This is the moment you take off like a cheetah and show the world how fast and how far you can go when all your energy is channeled into progress. You can return to this simple but effective strategy whenever difficulty arises. Channeling your cheetah is an actionable process for driving your personal and professional growth with a can-do attitude despite challenging circumstances. Attract High-Demand Talent to Your Business by Building a Can-Do Company Culture Employees with a can-do attitude present a high value proposition for businesses. High performers with great talent have the potential to make great contributions, express ideas, and provide a fresh set of eyes. Team members and leaders should strive for a culture of collaboration and open communication that builds upon the company's mission. According to Denise, employees should embrace the can-do message to confidently speak up as valuable members of the company to share ideas with leadership which could help improve something in the business. The can-do mindset creates a ripple effect of growth from the organization as a whole to the teams to the individuals. Businesses that position the can-do mindset as a core value of the organization succeed in attracting talented people who are enthusiastic about pushing the envelope of their performance potential. Talent recruitment is just the first step of the journey. A can-do core value can also boost retention by empowering employees to thrive with the company through personalized coaching and proactive strategies. To achieve this, businesses can leverage a range of digital solutions such as machine learning, predictive analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI) to complement the skilled human teams who cultivate exceptional employee experiences. How iQor Leverages a Can-Do Mindset With AI Solutions That Empower Agents At iQor, our can-do strategy utilizes Symphony [AI]™ to optimize the employee lifecycle from recruitment to onboarding, training, nesting, and deployment to the production floor. Our IT experts train this generative AI ecosystem on our proprietary large language models (LLMs) and accumulated process knowledge from years of experience in the BPO industry. Symphony [AI] boosts performance, builds confidence, and supports workplace wellness, reinforcing a can-do mindset for agents and supervisors by providing access to the tools they need to succeed. Our supervisors and coaches supplement our digital solutions by modeling the can-do mindset for their teams, creating smiles for all stakeholders from agent to end customer to client. A can-do culture that values progress, support, and positive outcomes for the more than 40,000 employees we employ globally is in iQor's DNA as stated in our core values. Denise says that it all comes down to culture. With a can-do mindset guiding a culture of innovation, change, and growth, businesses can unlock unparalleled levels of success for the organization and its invaluable can-doer employees. The Fun Question Denise loves expressing her creativity through shopping and decorating. She is a naturally curious person who thrives when interacting with people and experiencing new possibilities. Her two rescue cats, Gizmo and Henry, are a constant source of joy and help inspire her can-do mindset in all areas of her life. To learn more about Denise, visit her on LinkedIn and her website at https://can-do-ology.com/. Watch the video here. Read the blog post here.
On NATO expansion and the end of neutrality [Patreon Exclusive - for the full episode, sign up @ patreon.com/bungacast] Lily Lynch is back on the pod to talk about Northern and Eastern Europe and growing hawkishness. We discuss: Why did Sweden and Finland give up decades of neutrality - and why now? What happens with an enlarged alliance in light of the conflict in Ukraine? How does the current moment compare to the apogee of the Non-Aligned Movement? Why were the realists right? How is tech mythology helping to build 'digital nationalism'? Why is there beef over grain between Poland and Ukraine? And what the hell are the "skin suit of social democracy" and the "Waluigi of neutrality"? Links: Joining the West, Lily Lynch, Sidecar The realists were right, Lily Lynch, New Statesman The EU's great power delusions, Lily Lynch, New Statesman Guns, grain, and history, Lily Lynch, New Statesman Tech-Mythologies, Lily Lynch, Sidecar Imperfect Unity, Lily Lynch, Sidecar
Meditation Guide: Eric Hansen. Master Meditation Guide of Divine Spark Program. Eric's Meditation Guide Style: Clear, simple instruction is easy to follow, delivered in a kind voice. Balance of insightful perspectives and lighthearted humor gives you tools and support for finding balance and self-compassion. Content: Features these tools and techniques: · Grounding (Earth connection) · Releasing · Centering · Intentional Breathing · Center of Head awareness · Finding the energy flow of universal consciousness within you, then stepping into it --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/divine-spark/support
Luke Gromen (founder of FFTT LLC) joins Josh & Dan to discuss the current macro environment and where the current trajectory could take us. Luke founded FFTT in 2014 with one goal in mind – to connect the dots between his in-depth analytical work with historical perspectives to help his clients' investment process and improve their outcomes. He's brilliant, and it shows in this 1.5 hour discussion. WE COVER: Gold & Bitcoin ETF manipulation Position Sizing The Debt Spiral Unwind The importance of Energy The Multi-Polar World The world is NOT ending BLUE COLLAR BITCOIN PODCAST DISCLAIMER HERE Watch video of this chat on YouTube here ITEMS MENTIONED: The Price of Time (Edward Chancellor) Changing World Order (Ray Dalio) FFTT LLC SHOW SPONSORS: HEATBIT— Earn Passive Income while heating and purifying the air in your home! The Heatbit is a Bitcoin miner that can produce up to $25 of Bitcoin per month while using the same amount of energy as any regular heater. HEAT. PURIFY. EARN. REPEAT. Use code BCB or Click the link for 5% off here CROWDHEALTH BTC — Visit joincrowdhealth.com/bcb and use code BLUE to get 1st 3 months massively reduced at $49/month. Harness the Power of Bitcoin + Health Care. SWAN — The place we choose to buy Bitcoin. Dollar cost average daily, weekly or monthly with a company that's Bitcoin only and encourages you to hold your own private keys. Visit Swan.com. For Swan PREMIUM FREE click HERE and use PASSWORD: bluecollarbitcoin COINKITE — code BCB for discount on ColdCard. Industry leaders in Bitcoin security hardware and fun devices, makers of the COLDCARD and other prominent items including opendime, satscard, tapsigner, the seedplate, coldpower, blockclock mini & blockclock micro. All available at coinkite.com START9 — Sovereign computing. Take back control of your data. Run a Bitcoin & Lightning node. Server Lite: A small uncompromising personal server, capable of running BTC Core. Server One: Perfect for someone who wants to run 25-35 services Server Pro: The most powerful, secure, and reliable private server in the world. Visit Start9.com BITCOIN 2024 — code BCB for 10% off tickets. Happening in Nashville July 25-27 2024, Get tickets early and get the best price possible! Visit b.tc/conference SUPPORT THE BCB PODCAST: Podcast 2.0 streaming on our favorite pod app, Fountain: You can earn & stream sats on Lightning Network while listening to pods! Also share and listen to standout clips with the Fountain community. SOCIAL MEDIA X → find Josh & Dan @blue_collarbtc, find Luke @LukeGromen NOSTR → Blue Collar Bitcoin Pub Key: npub1a3hrd4wfawr578d5y5l0qgmh7lx8q6tumfq0h7eymmttt52veexqkcfg3 YouTube → Subscribe Here Instagram & TikTok → find them on our website EMAIL: Send questions or comments to email@example.com
This week Smarms and Lore and Stormraige all talk about a bunch of new Hearthstone cards in SHOWDOWN IN THE BADLANDS! We touch on Shaman and the Ogre-Gang and debate whether or not a troll is a frog. Logo Created By: Nate Wolfe Theme Song By: Se7enist. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5kmsQa4jBfiUwWLqOp64GX?si=eDCcsCUuRzOqvHqtKyarLA Patreon.com/Blizzlet Blizzlet Merch: https://blizzlet.myspreadshop.com/all
In Hour 3, Andy and Randy discuss the Falcons responsibility to report injuries and availability to the league and why Bijan Robinson didn't need to be on there, the Georgia-Florida game with Brandon Adams, and the AMA.
On this episode, we'll be covering the Season 5 Episode 5 of Love After Lockup! On this Episode, Joynami makes everyone wait for her and for her answers, Britney shares a heartbreaking story from her past with Kerok's mom, Andy refuses to take a hint and leave Brittany alone, Melissa gives Louie the silent treatment for talking to a woman, and Anthony warns his mom that there will be boundaries. If you like what you hear, please give us a five star rating and leave a review. If you/ also watch 90 Day Fiance, you should check out our other podcast feed. You can reach us on Instagram (@90DayMmkay) or shoot us an email at 90DayMmkay@gmail.com
Stablecoins represent a safe haven against crypto's volatility, allowing participants to remain in the market, without off-ramping to fiat. While the major stablecoins are centrally issued (e.g. USDT, USDC, BUSD), there is a pressing need for an algorithmic variant or a synthetic dollar asset. (DAI is somewhere in between since approximately 50% of its collateral is USDC). After Luna's collapse, many jumped to point out its design flaws, yet such a concept would be crucial for crypto's decentralisation and self-sustainability. Arthur Hayes proposed an interesting concept of NAKA synthetic dollar (NUSD), backed by Bitcoin and its inverse perpetual swap short. However, yield generation on $BTC is significantly lower than that of $ETH. A sustainable yield would help balance the cases in which funding rates would be negative (a minority in crypto).We were joined by Guy Young, co-founder of Ethena, to discuss the stablecoin landscape and their synthetic eUSD, backed by staked ETH and its inverse perpetual swap.Topics covered in this episode:Guy's background and founding EthenaThe history of stablecoinsThe stablecoin trilemma and transparencyeUSD synthetic dollar mechanicsEthena's insurance fund and hedgingMinimising the impact of depeggingLeveraging centralised liquidity while maintaining self custody through MPCUser experienceRisk factorsCEX vs. DEX: liquidity, infrastructure, UXThe potential of fixed return ratesSupply & rates equilibriumEpisode links:Guy Young on TwitterEthena Labs on TwitterArthur Hayes' article proposing the Naka synthetic dollarThis episode is hosted by Felix Lutsch. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/518
Dr. Renee Nugent joins this episode of The Innovator's Mindset Podcast: Three Questions on Educators that Inspire to share her stories about amazing educators who have influenced her in her current role as a superintendent, previous administrators who left an impression, and the advice she wishes she had learned earlier in her career. Hear how Dr. Nugent answers these question in this episode of Three Questions on Educators that Inspire: Who is a teacher that has inspired you and why? Who is an administrator that has inspired you and why? What is your hope for your first year of teaching? Quotes: “Have fun…don‘t sweat the small stuff...laugh and have fun.” - Dr. Renee Nugent Links: Dr. Renee Nugent Twitter - https://twitter.com/doc_nuge Getting to Neutral by Trevor Moawad (book on Amazon): https://www.amazon.com/Getting-Neutral-Conquer-Negativity-Chaotic/dp/006311190X __________________________________________ Please share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros Because of a Teacher - https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833433X?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Because of a Teacher 2 - https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833450X?tag=onamzgeorge0f-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=194833450X&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.2SBTFVTBT0S6X The Innovator's Mindset: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0986155497?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1948334127?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Music from Bensound - http://bensound.com/
This episode features Jessi Kneeland. Jessi Kneeland (they/them) is a body image coach, writer, and speaker dedicated to helping people find personal and collective liberation through body neutrality— a philosophy predicated on the idea that how we look is the least interesting and important thing about us. We talk about body neutrality, how to practice it, and how it can improve your life, including your sex life! https://www.jessikneeland.com/ FOLLOW US Twitter Instagram Facebook Send questions, comments, stories, rants to: SlutsAndScholars@gmail.com Sluts And Scholars is a production of sluts and scholars media. Loving disclaimer: Sluts and Scholars is a podcast produced by Sluts & Scholars Media, LLC. It is a shame free educational podcast made for your entertainment and informational desires only. The podcast, any opinions we share, and any resources including social media and emails from us are not therapy, medical care or professional advice and do not create a patient-client relationship. None of the information, opinions, suggestions, resources or exercises mentioned in this podcast should be used without clearance from your health care provider. All opinions, information and ideas expressed by the guests are solely their own. If you need emergency mental health or medical help, please call 911 or 988 or go to your nearest emergency center. We hope you enjoy the show.
In this dog training podcast, Tom Davis speaks with a dog owner with a deaf 10-month-old puppy. How do we train reliable obedience with a dog that cannot hear us? We go over the proper introduction to the e-collar. Deaf dog E collar intro on tour! Reactive to Neutral course! Australia Tickets! https://tomdavis.eventsmart.com/event-category/australia/ NY Seminar!
In this dog training podcast, Tom Davis talks with a dog owner with a pitbull mix who has tried everything to help her dog with reactivity! What else are Reactive to Neutral course! Australia Tickets! https://tomdavis.eventsmart.com/event-category/australia/ NY Seminar!
In this dog training podcast, Tom Davis talks with a dog owner who has a dog that reacts randomly. Like a sour patch kid, first she's sweet than she's not. Why does your dog randomly do this AND what can you do to help? Reactive to Neutral course! Australia Tickets! https://tomdavis.eventsmart.com/event-category/australia/ NY Seminar!