We are diving headlong into the topic of leadership. Grab your metaphorical popcorn; start your commute or head out the door on a walk- this one is thought provoking! Our co-host, Crina, is on a mission because, in her words, so many people are impacted by the "people in charge." Today's episode is an exploration of leadership, exploring why it's so darn crucial in our modern jungle of responsibilities. Newsflash from the Fortune 500 universe – it's raining women CEOs – relatively speaking anyway! In January 2023, the Fortune 500 list had a glow-up moment with more than 10% of companies now led by women. Finance, healthcare, retail – you name it, women are turning corporate landscapes into their own VIP parties. Leadership is a dance of focus, influence, perspective, and emotional connections. According to the leadership maestros, Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall, the secret sauce is meeting the "we" and the "I" needs of your team. But how do we get that secret sauce of the “I” and the “we?” Project Aristotle, actually a deep look by Google on what makes better teams, reveals the magical ingredients, from creating psychological safety (no public shaming, please) to modeling dependability and providing crystal-clear structures. The societal expectations we women often wrestle with? Turns out, those are the very things making women fantastic leaders. Decades of psychological research agree; when women lead, magic happens. Dr. Alice Eagly's studies reveal that women make better leaders, with a dash of transformational leadership and out-of-the-box thinking. We know leadership can be stressful and University of Southern California research finds that women make better decisions than men when under stress. Ladies, our brains are like stress-proof shields, managing cortisol like wizards handling wands. Women leaders make work better. Women leaders aren't just breaking glass ceilings; they're transforming the leadership landscape into a place where there is more ease, meaning and joy. Find all of our episodes at https://yougettowork.com/
It's the most wonderful time of the year!! Yea, yea, yea. The holiday season is here and you know what that means. Food, parties, mystery weight gain, and empty promises to yourself to start over next year. Newsflash! The weight gain doesn't "just" happen during the holidays. It happens when you mentally and emotionally disconnect and go into zombie mode. It's time to get honest, call yourself out on your BS, and get accountable! Get the show notesGo behind the scenes with me on IG @IrresistibleIcingHead over to the free Irresistible You Podcast Discussion Group to continue the conversation about this episode and more!Support the show
Three Israelis murdered, six wounded in shooting attack at entrance to Jerusalem; 2 gunmen neutralized. Temporary truce extended by a day after Hamas provides list of Israeli hostages to be freed in seventh pulse. US Secretary of State Blinken in Israel, meets leadersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sixth group of 10 Israelis due to be released on Wednesday from Hamas captivity in the Gaza Strip; terror group says 2 hostages with Russian citizenship will also be freed in gesture to Moscow. Hamas says open to possibility of extending truce. IDF forces operate against wanted terrorists in Jenin refugee campSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Thanksgiving week was anything but slow in the healthcare marketing world. Chaos continued at OpenAI as Sam Altman was reinstated as CEO; MORE brand safety issues arose at X (Twitter); and a new report from Trilliant discussed today's healthcare economy. Join us for this bite-sized hot-off-the-press episode.
In today's top story, the Greens call for support payments for thalidomide survivors following Prime Minister Anthony Albanese's national apology. - アンソニー・アルバニージー首相がサリドマイド被害者に対し、公式謝罪を行いました。
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A third batch of Israeli hostages and Palestinian prisoners released as mediators push for an extension of a four-day ceasefire; Mike Pezullo sacked as Home Affairs Secretary following a texting scandal; And in tennis, Australia's Davis Cup dreams shattered, as the Aussies finish runner up to Italy.
In this episode, Phil walks Allen and Joel through new research from IntelStor on optimal wind turbine models for maximizing asset owner profits. Turns out that bigger isn't always better--stick with a 1.5-2.5 MW machine from a good manufacturer with a good PPA. Asset owners and investors, visit IntelStor.com for more actionable intelligence on optimizing your renewable energy projects. Sign up now for Uptime Tech News, our weekly email update on all things wind technology. This episode is sponsored by Weather Guard Lightning Tech. Learn more about Weather Guard's StrikeTape Wind Turbine LPS retrofit. Follow the show on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin and visit Weather Guard on the web. And subscribe to Rosemary Barnes' YouTube channel here. Have a question we can answer on the show? Email us! Pardalote Consulting - https://www.pardaloteconsulting.comWeather Guard Lightning Tech - www.weatherguardwind.comIntelstor - https://www.intelstor.com Allen Hall: I'm Allen Hall, president of Weather Guard Lightning Tech, and I'm here with the founder and CEO of IntelStor, Phil Totaro and the chief commercial officer of Weather Guard, Joel Saxum, and this is your News Flash. News Flash is brought to you by our friends at IntelStor. If you need actionable information about renewable projects or technologies, check out IntelStor at intelstor.com. IntelStor released information on onshore wind turbine profitability on LinkedIn. It provided a unique insight into the specific turban profitability and garnered several hundred thousand views. Okay, Phil, explain what that chart means and why we should care. Philip Totaro: This chart on asset owner net profit after they've achieved a net positive return on capital. What that means is, if you've spent, let's say, 200 million dollars on building a project, once your project has paid back that 200 million plus, how much is really left over? And which makes and models of turbine are actually giving you the best possible financial return? What we came to the conclusion of with this was, the turbines that are towards the top of this list are the ones that have a fairly reasonable net capacity factor, but they also have pretty high legacy PPA. That's usually on the order of, 65, 70, 75 dollars plus. Those are the turbines that are going to end up producing the best financial performance for you. Not necessarily just the ones with the best technical performance. Joel Saxum: What if we're talking, we want to talk apples to apples. So if I have the same piece of ground and the same wind resource in one spot, what is the best performing technically turbine? What make model should we be actually installing and why? Philip Totaro: In that ranking, what we've got are GE and Vestas are at the top. And then you've actually got Siemens, Siemens Gamesa, and Goldwind are actually the three and four. And GE and Vestas do get a bit of preferential treatment that they've got the better performing project sites, but at the end of the day, the turbine availability is going to be one of the largest determining factors of that profitability, because whatever your net capacity factor is, it's just, what the site does. So a project site that's got, let's say a 45 to 50 percent net capacity factor, but only a 12 a megawatt hour PPA, financially, is going to underperform a project site that's got, a 25 percent capacity factor, but an 80 a megawatt hour PPA. Allen Hall: But when it gets down to same site, which turbines are better? And what I think I'm seeing in this data, Phil, is the smaller turbines outperform the bigger turbines, and it's not even really close. Philip Totaro: They are, and the reason for that is they benefit a lot from the legacy power purchase contracts. Basically, it makes up for the fact that their net capacity factor is a lot lower then a brand new, shiny turbine that's got like a 50 percent net capacity factor.
IDF completes preparations to receive first group of 13 hostages to be released from Hamas captivity in Gaza Strip. As part of deal, 39 Palestinian prisoners to be freed from Israeli jail. Truce holding, as IDF warns Gazans not to try to return to their homes in northern part of the strip.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hundreds of Victorian students participate in a pro-Palestinian school strike; At least ten homes have been lost to an uncontrolled blaze raging in Perth's northern suburbs; The families of Israeli hostages and Palestinian prisoners await the beginning of a temporary ceasefire.
Qatar engaged in contacts amid delay in hostage release, temporary truce. Hezbollah fires dozens of rockets from Lebanon toward northern Israel. IDF forces continue operating in the Gaza Strip.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Israeli cabinet approves deal for release of at least 50 hostages of some 240 taken captive in October 7 Hamas assault, over course of four-day pause in fighting, in exchange for release of some 140 Palestinian security prisoners. Hamas says temporary truce will take effect at 10 am on Thursday. IDF says it has found and destroyed some 400 terror tunnels in Gaza Strip since start of ground operations. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gulf Arab states condition Gaza rebuild aid to change in Palestinian Authority leadership, IDF battling for control of Zeytun neighborhood of Gaza City, hostage deal said to be imminent See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Siemens Energy reported massive losses in its wind turbine business while GE Vernova avoids over $1B in losses thanks to offshore project cancellations; the two companies face very different futures, with Siemens Energy planning to break even by 2026 and GE Vernova looking to boost profitability ahead of its renewable energy IPO. Sign up now for Uptime Tech News, our weekly email update on all things wind technology. This episode is sponsored by Weather Guard Lightning Tech. Learn more about Weather Guard's StrikeTape Wind Turbine LPS retrofit. Follow the show on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Linkedin and visit Weather Guard on the web. And subscribe to Rosemary Barnes' YouTube channel here. Have a question we can answer on the show? Email us! Pardalote Consulting - https://www.pardaloteconsulting.comWeather Guard Lightning Tech - www.weatherguardwind.comIntelstor - https://www.intelstor.com Allen Hall: I'm Allen Hall, president of Weather Guard Lightning Tech, and I'm here with the founder and CEO of IntelStor, Phil Totaro, and the chief commercial officer of Weather Guard, Joel Saxum. And this is your News Flash. News Flash is brought to you by our friends at IntelStor. If you need actionable information about renewable projects or technologies, check out IntelStor at intelstor.com. Siemens Energy reported a net loss of 4. 6 billion euros for the full year 2023. This was due to steep losses in its wind turbine business, Siemens Gamesa. The company is restructuring the wind turbine business after it faced unexpected technical problems and inflation eroded margins. Now, Phil, the investor call and the press junket that Siemens Energy held this week was really interesting about what the approach is. And they didn't let out a lot about the future of Siemens Gamesa, just saying that they were going to lose a significant amount of money this year. Philip Totaro: So right now they're going to end up having to rely on revenue from the offshore wind turbine sales and both the onshore and offshore services business to make up for the lost revenue or lack thereof in terms of onshore sales because they've paused sales of the, the 5. x platform. Siemens Energy has already come out and said that they've got enough to be able to survive as Siemens Energy, because their other non wind businesses under the Siemens Energy umbrella are profitable. But the question is, how long are they going to let Siemens Gamesa run itself into the ground without substantial top line revenue and profitability? They're talking about break even in 2026, but they have not yet really presented a roadmap for how to get there. The other question to address is, okay, if they start... stripping assets, which I don't necessarily expect they're going to do. But if they decide to do that, what does that look like then? Obviously Siemens Energy survives with a kind of Danish German Siemens wind business kind of reconstituted. What happens to Gamesa? And how does that necessarily play out? The Spanish government wants to be able to protect one of its institutions. and there again have been suggestions that they're separately trying to get some money together, to bolster the company if it is, ends up being spun off. There's a lot of uncertainty and we're anxiously awaiting their capital markets day presentation, next week. Joel Saxum: While Siemens Energy right now is that it's a burning fire. Everybody's watching it and you're staring at this problem, trying to figure out what's happening. They're saying their outlook looks to break even by 2026, three years down the line. And three years down the line, there could be some massive shifts in the wind industry, right? And one of the things that I, that's not, was not talked about in any of these reports, is the pressure from the Chinese OEMs. And there's an active interest going on right here from the European, basically, Parliament. To possibly want to look into competition and whatno...
The healthcare news cycle is heating up. In this 5-minute newsflash, we'll share what Walmart Health's first hospital partnership with Orlando Health means for disruptors and health systems alike. And, we'll dig into the ever-changing world of AI with Salesforce and Accenture's first foray into life sciences AI, and discuss AI's future impact on knowledge work.
Robert Kirkman spilled a big ol’ pile of beans this week, but were these beans prefried? The writer revealed in an interview that Steven Yuen has been cast as The Sentry in the upcoming Thunderbolts film, but I feel like… Continue Reading → The post Newsflash for November 20, 2023 appeared first on Zero Issues Comic Podcast.
In today's top story, the Prime Minister says he has communicated Australia's objections to China over the sonar pulse incident. - オーストラリアの海軍関係者が中国艦船からのソナーによる影響で軽傷を負ったことを受け、アルバニージー首相が中国政府に対して深刻な懸念を示しました。
Israel agrees to the entry of two fuel tankers a day into Gaza Strip for UN humanitarian purposes. Funeral held for captive fallen IDF soldier whose body was recovered from Gaza. Reports: Attack on Israeli embassy in Baku thwarted last month.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
IDF releases names of 3 soldiers killed in Gaza fighting. Six wounded, one critically, in terror shooting south of Jerusalem, attackers killed. IDF hits Gaza home of Hamas political leader; Hezbollah targets in south LebanonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How many of us feel the pressure to be the BEST of the best at what we do? Newsflash: it takes a whole lotta energy and effort to be the best… and frankly neither Brian nor I want to work that hard. Brian has boldly declared, “I'm happy with being good enough" (a sentiment I fully cosign). He's cracked the code on balancing work and family and building a business he actually enjoys, and he's sharing it today. Listen now! Can't-Miss Moments From This Episode:Lemme introduce you to a little thing called “creative borrowing”. Brian and I share the weirdest and wildest places we've snagged inspo from when building our own businesses (and we'll show you how to do a little creative borrowing of your own)... Broken record alert: success doesn't come with a one-size-fits-all manual! I'm gonna pound that drum until it's burned into your brain. If you're searching for the “magic pill” that brings success, then Brian and I have some good news (and bad news) for you… Lighting old-school leadership on fire: being the boss isn't about telling people what to do and having all the answers. Here's what it REALLY means to lead your people (and it's a lot simpler than it might seem)... Ever hustled for that dream biz only to build a 24/7 stress factory? Been there, done that. Brian and I share our best tips to keep yourself from accidentally recreating the dreaded J-O-B as you're growing your business. Angie in the hot seat? Brian flips the script, dropping a question on me: How do you know when to chase a dream or slam on the brakes? Here's my take…This one is jam-packed full of advice. Don't miss out - listen now!Mentions:(18:30) Cameron Harold's Vivid Vision Book(31:03) Ben Hardy's 10x Is Easier Than 2xBrian's Bio:Brian Glass is a personal injury lawyer in Fairfax, Virginia. After a decade of practicing law across town from his dad, he joined Ben Glass Law in 2019 to run the auto accident section of the practice.Brian's greatest hits as a lawyer include a $3.4M medical malpractice verdict (2019), the record-setting settlement of a minor's wrongful death case in Virginia ($5.5M in 2020), and the largest auto accident verdict in the state in 2022. ($3.4M in compensatory damages and $1M in punitive damages). He is highly skilled at distilling complex problems into simple, understandable solutions.Brian is the rare trial lawyer who is as comfortable building a business as he is in the courtroom. Over the past four years, he has quadrupled the revenue of the auto accident section at Ben Glass Law and has big plans for the future. Brian credits this growth to hiring the right people into the correct position, running the firm on EOS/Traction, and alignment of vision between he and Ben. His business acumen has led him to be interviewed on the Tribe of Millionaires, Law Firm Movers and Shakers, and Millionaire Mindcast podcasts.In 2023, he joined Great Legal Marketing as the organization's president. Great Legal Marketing is the premier program for lawyers in solo and small firm practices to learn to grow their businesses.Brian runs Time Freedom for Lawyers, a podcast dedicated to teaching other lawyers and high income professionals how to win back some of their time by running more efficient businesses, investing in real estate, and crafting the vision of their own perfect life.Brian's perfect life includes coaching his three boys in soccer, baseball, and whatever other athletic endeavor they want to pursue; traveling the world with his wife of 13 years; and competing in endurance events. Brian is a finisher of the Umstead 100 Mile Endurance Race, the Laurel Highlands 71 Miler, and about two dozen other ultramarathons. Lately, parenting has cut short his training timeline and he focuses on Crossfit and Spartan races, with a 2023 goal of traveling to Sparta, Greece to compete in the Spartan Race World Championships.Resources and links mentioned:www.greatlegalmarketing.comwww.benglasslaw.comBrian on LinkedInBrian on InstaCome kick ass with me:Permission to Kick Ass websiteAngie's Facebook PageAngie on InstaAngie on YouTubeIf you dig the show and want to be part of bringing more awesome episodes to the world, consider buying a coffee for the production team
It's beginning to look a lot like...the HOLIDAYS. And this is a time of year that diets seem to go off a cliff and plunge to their death. Tell me if this sounds familiar... Around Halloween, the candy hits your house. You've been resisting it, but then you grabbed one of those mini boxes of Milk Duds and it all goes to shit. It's a slippery slope into KitKats, M&Ms, and let's not forget the Reese Cups. Not long after that comes Thanksgiving... It's a holiday where we are literally conditioned to eat our faces off and if you aren't miserable, then you need to eat more. Then comes all the holiday parties and New Year's celebrations full of savory and sweet foods and drinks that delight your palette. NEWSFLASH... It's NOT the candy, parties, drinks, and delicious foods that are the problem... It's the BELIEFS that we have around them. Your weight loss goals don't have to be put on hold so you can enjoy the holidays. You can lose weight ALL YEAR LONG... I'm teaching you how in this episode of Unf*ck Your Weight Loss! Have a listen now. ___________________________________________________ Connect with Bonnie- Book a call- https://calendly.com/bonnielefrak/lets-talk-weight-loss-strategy Self Made Society- https://bonnielefrak.com/self-made-society Facebook Group- https://www.facebook.com/groups/707942356603835 Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/bonnie.lefrak Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/coachbonnielefrak Website- https://bonnielefrak.com
Dylan Frost, the creator of The Wholesale Formula, joins Jeff and Chris to delve into the ever-evolving landscape of the digital products industry. Expect valuable insights on creating pattern interrupts to captivate your audience on social media as well as lots of “What's working now” tactics you can use to stand out from the competition. Dylan and Jeff also discuss a proven formula for structuring live webinars, the crucial role of controlling the sequence of the customer experience, and the enduring effectiveness of psychological triggers in sales. Also in this week's show: The simple tactic Dylan uses to maximize show-up rates for his live events (Jeff used this in a recent promotion – it really works!) The “old school” tactic that's out-performing video on landing and sales pages right now Dylan's unconventional way of using headlines in his Facebook ads that helps his offers stand out from his competition The viral “pattern interrupt” that changed the face of online marketing (and two powerful lessons you can learn from it) NEWSFLASH – webinars still work! (Dylan gives you an outline of how he turns cold traffic into thousand-dollar customers in as little as an hour!) Why Dylan removes buy buttons and links from his web pages and emails… and why this increases sales Why you should ALWAYS disable the play and skip video controls on your training replays (if you've ever been frustrated you can't fast forward to the end of a webinar… this is why) PLUS – listen in as Dylan and Jeff cook up some crazy ideas for promoting a $10,000 taco … and much more! Claim your bonus content from this episode, go to DaretoLaunchShow.com/taco Mentioned in this episode: Jeff Walker Product Launch Formula Jeff's book, Launch Jeff's YouTube channel TheWholesaleFormula.com Share this Episode - DaretoLaunchShow.com/56 THANKS FOR TUNING IN! If you enjoyed this week's show, don't forget to hit the “follow” button. Not only is it totally free, it guarantees you never miss out on future episodes. Think you know someone who would enjoy this episode? Do them a favor and share it with them. Also, please consider leaving us a quick review. It only takes a few seconds but your review makes all the difference in helping us get the show out to more business owners. And who knows… we might even read your review on the show!