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Off The Marc With The Bickersteins
Tossing Out the Journalism Norms and Leaning into Weird Writing with Axios' Michael Graff

Off The Marc With The Bickersteins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 42:56


This week's guest discovered at a young age that there were people who got to go to Orioles baseball games for free – and the rest is history. While Michael Graff's love for the Orioles hasn't faltered over the years, his career path has shifted from sports writing to feature writing in his current position as the Southern Bureau Chief at Axios Local. Michael shares how his experience as an English major helped him explore the idea of being weird and looking for those unconventional stories. Plus, he recalls how he stumbled into writing his first book, The Vote Collectors, and how being an author has impacted his role as a journalist. ★ CONTACT US ★Website: https://onthemarcmedia.com/Email: info@onthemarcmedia.com↓ FIND US ON SOCIAL ↓Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OTMMediaTwitter: https://twitter.com/onthemarcmediaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/on-the-marc-media/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onthemarcmedia/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@onthemarcmedia

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine
A man is the measure of all things, but not for much longer

Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 2:34


From the design of cars and smartphones to medical diagnoses, our world is made by men for men - and sometimes with deadly consequences. Women have been forgotten for too long, but that's finally set to change.

Parity Podcast
The Price of Masculinity Norms with Guests Dr. Ronald Levant and Andy Cooper

Parity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 78:50


The price of men being led to believe that they must act in ways that conform to their gender can be enormous, for men and women alike. Guest Co-Host Andy Cooper joins Deborah Pollack-Milgate for a discussion with author, psychologist, and masculinity studies pioneer Dr. Ronald Levant. Dr. Levant talks about the socialization of boys and masculinity and its reverberations, while the trio explores the imprint on workplace culture. You can  Subscribe! so you don't miss any episodes! You can find a transcript of today's episode on our webpage. If you would like to learn more about today's topic: The Tough Standard by Dr. Ron Levant and Shana Pryor Masculinity Reconstructed by Dr. Ron Levant You can find Andy Cooper on LinkedIn    

Information Ecosystems: A Sawyer Seminar at the University of Pittsburgh
Episode 1: Filling the Gaps, Disrupting the Norms: An Introduction to DS4SJ

Information Ecosystems: A Sawyer Seminar at the University of Pittsburgh

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 13:17


Welcome to the first episode of the third season of the Information Ecosystem podcast, entitled “Filling the Gaps, Disrupting the Norms: An Introduction to DS4SJ.” This series of the podcast will feature seven episodes that detail the Data Science for Social Justice year-long project at the University of Pittsburgh. It aims to inform people of the relationship between communities, academic institutions and the technological resources available to them.  This episode was hosted and produced by Grace DeLallo, a senior undergraduate student pursuing a Writing major and Political Science minor at the University of Pittsburgh.   Thank you to Sera Linardi, Ron Idoko, and Nora Mattern for contributing to this episode by speaking with us about social justice, data science, DS4SJ, and what they all mean. Information Ecosystems is created in affiliation with the University of Pittsburgh.

Scholé Sisters: Camaraderie for the Classical Homeschooling Mama

Today's episode is our annual retreat episode, meaning we recorded it when we were in Dallas. As is typical of that style of recording, the sound quality is questionable ... but the content is great (if we do say so ourselves)!! We discussed the existence of the Ideal Type using David Hicks' authoritative book, Norms and Nobility. We think you'll love this conversation. *** Have you joined the Scholé Sistership yet? We just began our newest Sophie Seminar, TechTonic! Together, we're reading our way around the screen time issue. We had our first Live session on Monday and it went great! The goal of this seminar is for us all to be better equipped to make just judgments about this issue. After all, informed opinions are the only opinions worth having. It's not too late to join the seminar! All you have to do is head on over to scholesisters.com/join and sign up for the Sophie plan! *** Click here to access today's show notes. Click here to join the Sistership.

The Matthew Peterson Podcast
Discussing Caesarism | The Matthew Peterson Podcast Conversations Ep. 1

The Matthew Peterson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 59:35


In the first Conversations Edition of the Matthew Peterson Show, Matt is joined by Michael Anton (Hillsdale College and Claremont Institute), Charles Haywood (The WorthyHouse), David Reaboi (Claremont Institute, Late Republic Nonsense), and Darryl Cooper (The MartyrMade Podcast) for a far-reaching discussion of the perils and possibilities of Caesarism. Norms that once guided American life have vanished, and Americans across the political divide no longer have any shared understanding of justice. Americans, particularly those specially targeted by the regime for punishment, may turn to a leader who simply promises normalcy. The combination of this controversial topic with the all-star intellectual lineup is a podcast you can't miss if you want to understand the deeper forces at work in America today.   Show Notes:   Michael Anton - The Stakes https://www.regnery.com/9781684512300/the-stakes/   David Reaboi - Late Republic Nonsense https://davereaboi.substack.com/   Darryl Cooper - The MartyrMade Podcast and Substack https://martyrmade.substack.com/   Charles Haywood - The Worthyhouse https://theworthyhouse.com/ https://amgreatness.com/2022/10/10/the-dishonest-and-dishonorable-disagreements-of-former-friends/   https://twitter.com/davereaboi   https://twitter.com/martyrmade   https://mobile.twitter.com/theworthyhouse  

Power 3.0 | Authoritarian Resurgence, Democratic Resilience
Can Democratic Norms Catch Up with AI Surveillance? A Conversation with Vidushi Marda

Power 3.0 | Authoritarian Resurgence, Democratic Resilience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 27:09


Through tools such as facial recognition cameras and social media monitoring software, artificial intelligence (AI) is offering governments new ways to keep tabs on people's conversations, movements, and activities. Advocates warn that in the absence of clear-cut rules, these new capabilities could erode the rule of law in some settings and deepen authoritarian control in others. In this episode of the Power 3.0 podcast, featured guest Vidushi Marda discusses the global AI surveillance market, the struggle to set ground rules for emerging technologies, and how governments' race to adopt cutting-edge tools could threaten the democratic principles of transparency and accountability. Vidushi Marda is a senior program officer at Article 19, where she leads research and engagement on the human rights implications of machine learning. Christopher Walker, vice president for studies and analysis at the National Endowment for Democracy, and Beth Kerley, a program officer at the International Forum for Democratic Studies, cohost the conversation.     The views expressed in this podcast represent the opinions and analysis of the participants and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for Democracy or its staff. Photo Credit: Scharfsinn/Shutterstock.com

The Speech Space Podcast
EP 99 - Articulation Norms - What Does the Latest Research Show?

The Speech Space Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 11:42


In today's episode, I'll be discussing the latest research about articulation norms. The topic of research related to articulation norms is one that I think many SLPs have questions about, and it affects many aspects of our profession – from our assessments to our caseload sizes, to the intervention strategies we choose. Go here to access the show notes ===> https://bit.ly/TSSEP99

New Books in African Studies
Peace A. Medie, "Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in African Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 63:06


In Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence against Women in Africa (Oxford UP, 2020), Peace A. Medie studies the domestic implementation of international norms by examining how and why two post-conflict states in Africa, Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire, have differed in their responses to rape and domestic violence. Specifically, she looks at the roles of the United Nations and women's movements in the establishment of specialized criminal justice sector agencies, and the referral of cases for prosecution. She argues that variation in implementation in Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire can be explained by the levels of international and domestic pressures that states face and by the favorability of domestic political and institutional conditions. Medie's study is based on interviews with over 300 policymakers, bureaucrats, staff at the UN and NGOs, police officers, and survivors of domestic violence and rape — an unprecedented depth of research into women's rights and gender violence norm implementation in post-conflict countries. Furthermore, through her interviews with survivors of violence, Medie explains not only how states implement anti-rape and anti-domestic violence norms, but also how women experience and are affected by these norms. She draws on this research to recommend that states adopt a holistic approach to addressing violence against women. Peace A. Medie is an award-winning scholar and a writer. She is associate professor in politics at the University of Bristol. She studies state and non-state actors' responses to gender-based violence and other forms of insecurity in countries in Africa. She is author of ‘Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa' (OUP 2020). Her debut novel, His Only Wife, was a New York Times Notable Book of 2020 and a Time Magazine Must-Read Book of 2020. Her second novel, Nightbloom, will be published in June 2023. Lamis Abdelaaty is an associate professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-studies

Converging Dialogues
#169 - Hidden Motives, Norms, and The Sacred: A Dialogue with Robin Hanson

Converging Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 123:55


In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Robin Hanson about hidden motives, norms, and the sacred. They discuss how one understands motives and why they are hidden. They also talk about bias and not violating norms, free will, status and signaling and why dominance and prestige are important. They also talk about some aspects of cancel culture, large and small norms, and self-deception. They spend some time discussing the sacred, futarchy, and many other topics.  Robin Hanson is an Associate Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He has degrees in physics and a PhD in social sciences from Caltech. His interests include economics, philosophy, political theory, healthy policy, and regulation. He has many articles published in various scientific journals and is the author of many books, including the most recent (co-authored with Kevin Simler), The Elephant In The Brain. He is also the co-host (with Agnes Callard) of the podcast, Minds Almost Meeting. You can find his work at his personal website. Twitter: @robinhanson

New Books Network
Peace A. Medie, "Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 63:06


In Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence against Women in Africa (Oxford UP, 2020), Peace A. Medie studies the domestic implementation of international norms by examining how and why two post-conflict states in Africa, Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire, have differed in their responses to rape and domestic violence. Specifically, she looks at the roles of the United Nations and women's movements in the establishment of specialized criminal justice sector agencies, and the referral of cases for prosecution. She argues that variation in implementation in Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire can be explained by the levels of international and domestic pressures that states face and by the favorability of domestic political and institutional conditions. Medie's study is based on interviews with over 300 policymakers, bureaucrats, staff at the UN and NGOs, police officers, and survivors of domestic violence and rape — an unprecedented depth of research into women's rights and gender violence norm implementation in post-conflict countries. Furthermore, through her interviews with survivors of violence, Medie explains not only how states implement anti-rape and anti-domestic violence norms, but also how women experience and are affected by these norms. She draws on this research to recommend that states adopt a holistic approach to addressing violence against women. Peace A. Medie is an award-winning scholar and a writer. She is associate professor in politics at the University of Bristol. She studies state and non-state actors' responses to gender-based violence and other forms of insecurity in countries in Africa. She is author of ‘Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa' (OUP 2020). Her debut novel, His Only Wife, was a New York Times Notable Book of 2020 and a Time Magazine Must-Read Book of 2020. Her second novel, Nightbloom, will be published in June 2023. Lamis Abdelaaty is an associate professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Gender Studies
Peace A. Medie, "Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Gender Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 63:06


In Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence against Women in Africa (Oxford UP, 2020), Peace A. Medie studies the domestic implementation of international norms by examining how and why two post-conflict states in Africa, Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire, have differed in their responses to rape and domestic violence. Specifically, she looks at the roles of the United Nations and women's movements in the establishment of specialized criminal justice sector agencies, and the referral of cases for prosecution. She argues that variation in implementation in Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire can be explained by the levels of international and domestic pressures that states face and by the favorability of domestic political and institutional conditions. Medie's study is based on interviews with over 300 policymakers, bureaucrats, staff at the UN and NGOs, police officers, and survivors of domestic violence and rape — an unprecedented depth of research into women's rights and gender violence norm implementation in post-conflict countries. Furthermore, through her interviews with survivors of violence, Medie explains not only how states implement anti-rape and anti-domestic violence norms, but also how women experience and are affected by these norms. She draws on this research to recommend that states adopt a holistic approach to addressing violence against women. Peace A. Medie is an award-winning scholar and a writer. She is associate professor in politics at the University of Bristol. She studies state and non-state actors' responses to gender-based violence and other forms of insecurity in countries in Africa. She is author of ‘Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa' (OUP 2020). Her debut novel, His Only Wife, was a New York Times Notable Book of 2020 and a Time Magazine Must-Read Book of 2020. Her second novel, Nightbloom, will be published in June 2023. Lamis Abdelaaty is an associate professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/gender-studies

New Books in Political Science
Peace A. Medie, "Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 63:06


In Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence against Women in Africa (Oxford UP, 2020), Peace A. Medie studies the domestic implementation of international norms by examining how and why two post-conflict states in Africa, Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire, have differed in their responses to rape and domestic violence. Specifically, she looks at the roles of the United Nations and women's movements in the establishment of specialized criminal justice sector agencies, and the referral of cases for prosecution. She argues that variation in implementation in Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire can be explained by the levels of international and domestic pressures that states face and by the favorability of domestic political and institutional conditions. Medie's study is based on interviews with over 300 policymakers, bureaucrats, staff at the UN and NGOs, police officers, and survivors of domestic violence and rape — an unprecedented depth of research into women's rights and gender violence norm implementation in post-conflict countries. Furthermore, through her interviews with survivors of violence, Medie explains not only how states implement anti-rape and anti-domestic violence norms, but also how women experience and are affected by these norms. She draws on this research to recommend that states adopt a holistic approach to addressing violence against women. Peace A. Medie is an award-winning scholar and a writer. She is associate professor in politics at the University of Bristol. She studies state and non-state actors' responses to gender-based violence and other forms of insecurity in countries in Africa. She is author of ‘Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence Against Women in Africa' (OUP 2020). Her debut novel, His Only Wife, was a New York Times Notable Book of 2020 and a Time Magazine Must-Read Book of 2020. Her second novel, Nightbloom, will be published in June 2023. Lamis Abdelaaty is an associate professor of political science at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University. She is the author of Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees (Oxford University Press, 2021). Email her comments at labdelaa@syr.edu or tweet to @LAbdelaaty. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

In Focus by The Hindu
RBI's norms on hedging against exchange rate risks | In Focus podcast

In Focus by The Hindu

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 19:16


The RBI issued directions earlier this week to Indian banks on the provisions they ought to make against loans, if the entities to which they have lent funds in foreign currency have not hedged against risk of changes in the exchange rate. After all, if an Indian company had borrowed one dollar a year ago, and has to close the loan now, it would have to shell out more rupees today to close one dollar's worth of debt, than when it received the loan.  Today, ratings agency CARE Edge Chief Economist Rajani Sinha joins us to share her views on what the trigger for the Reserve Bank's move is. 

The Space Policy Show
E105- What's New, What's Next: Norms in Space

The Space Policy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 34:31


What are key past, present, and future efforts by the U.S. government to help shape norms of behavior for making space safe, secure, and sustainable?  What does the recent US commitment not to conduct destructive, direct-ascent anti-satellite (ASAT) missile testing mean? In this episode Robin Dickey (Center for Space Policy & Strategy) talks to Rick Grubb (Department of State, Office of Emerging Security Challenges) and Jessica Tok (Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy).The Space Policy Show is produced by The Aerospace Corporation's Center for Space Policy and Strategy. It is a virtual series covering a broad set of topics that span across the space enterprise. CSPS brings together experts from within Aerospace, the government, academia, business, nonprofits, and the national labs. The show and their podcasts are an opportunity to learn about and to stay engaged with the larger space policy community. Subscribe to our ...

The Dissenter
#690 Catherine Molho: Norms, Punishment, Moral Emotions, Disgust, and Interdependence

The Dissenter

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 46:17


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Livin From Within
How “politeness” desensitises wrongs into “norms” ~ Importance of honesty & truth

Livin From Within

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 6:25


Overcoming the discomfort of "polite ignorance norms", and embracing truth and honesty as a core principle is crutial. Truth is to know what is correct, right. Being honest takes integrity, consciousness and courage to be "disliked" in a heavily conditioned culture of various social "norms". To be "liked", "nice" or "popular" does not make one good, to be good is to be truthful, honest, morally aligned with the Creator & laws of the cosmos. This is in context of objective truths, not personal preferences. Let's dive in... ► Masterclass ON: Self Mastery Through Inner Alchemy ► Ignite your purpose today and embrace a more fulfilling state of being: Ignite your life purpose course ► Support Melisa's efforts in providing free, accessible, educational content to the world by donating here. ► Conscious living & wellbeing course: Conscious living starter skillkit course ► Join the waitlist to be notified when Melisa's new video course is available: Awakening the leader within It's always the right time to start livin from within

Left at the Valley 2.0
Sexual Norms Throughout History with Dr Darrel Ray

Left at the Valley 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 66:57


Dr Darrel ray returns to talk some more about sex but this time throughout history. What was the influence of culture on sexual norms? And we have a huge announcement for a bingo game fundraiser NOV 12th

The Nugget Climbing Podcast
EP 139: Lynn Hill — Breaking Barriers in Climbing, How to Find Self-Belief, and Challenging Social Norms

The Nugget Climbing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 195:53 Very Popular


Lynn Hill is a living legend. She is best known for being the first person to free El Capitan via The Nose in 1993. We talked about what it is like to be Lynn Hill in the modern climbing world, her upbringing, what sets her apart, the story of freeing The Nose, tips for shorter climbers, her mindset and affirmations, self-belief, how she makes a living these days, upcoming video projects, and much more.Check out Grasshopper Climbing!grasshopperclimbing.cominstagram.com/grasshopperclimbingTell them I sent you to save $500 off a fully kitted out 8'x10' Grasshopper board! Check out Athletic Greens!athleticgreens.com/NUGGETUse this link to get a free year's supply of vitamin D + 5 travel packs!Check out Rhino Skin Solutions!rhinoskinsolutions.comUse code “NUGGET” at checkout for 20% off your next order!Check out Frictitious Climbing!frictitiousclimbing.comUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for free shipping on your next order!Check out Arc'teryx!arcteryx.comArc'teryx Presents: Free as Can BeCheck out Chalk Cartel!chalkcartel.comUse code "NUGGET" at checkout for 20% off your next order! We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie CalhounBecome a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes:  thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/lynn-hillNuggets:0:06:27 – Lynn's technique video0:12:58 – How Lynn thinks about climbing technique0:16:47 – The documentary Lynn is working on, and Lynn's thoughts on Free Solo0:18:53 – Having the vision to free-climb The Nose0:21:01 – What it feels like to be Lynn Hill, and why she likes her gates facing out0:28:07 – Being famous before the internet0:29:48 – Harrison Ford, and how to act toward famous people0:33:33 – Being the first woman to climb 12d (7c), traveling to Europe in 1986, and learning French0:38:01 – Finishing college, getting “kidnapped by climbing”, and her first sponsorship0:42:33 – Being connected to the people who are pushing the sport forward, and Lynn's project with Sasha DiGiulian0:50:24 – Who excites Lynn the most in climbing right now0:56:22 – Why Lynn decided to try to free The Nose1:00:33 – The reality of aging, and appreciating the journey1:06:11 – Why The Nose was such a special experience1:08:53 – Lynn's visualization process, climbing her first 5.14 in France, and yawning before redpoint attempts1:11:14 – Breathing and screaming1:14:12 – Lynn's process of freeing The Nose1:23:41 – Projecting the Changing Corners pitch1:28:11 – Going for it, and Brooke Sandahl's role in The Nose going free1:32:07 – Why Lynn decided to free The Nose in a day, and how she trained for it1:35:56 – Her mindset for efficiency on The Nose, and sending during the full moon1:40:01 – “It's actually pretty strenuous…” and the Lynn Hill traverse1:41:59 – Lynn's height and ape index (5'1 1/4”, 0 ape index)1:43:29 – Advice for shorter climbers1:45:53 – First Ascent (Naked Edge film by Bob Carmichael), and the training Lynn was doing in the early 80s1:53:14 – Lynn's family upbringing, her temperament, and what sets her apart1:55:58 – The “what if” game, and taking an unconventional path1:59:07 – Lynn's current sponsorships, and how she makes a living these days2:03:09 – There are a lot of ways to make it as a pro climber2:07:56 – Patron Question from Nick: What parts of climbing culture would you like to see maintained? What would you be happy to see disappear?2:13:33 – Patron Question from Bradley: What do Lynn's passions look like today?2:15:23 – Patron Question from Jessica: Onsighting the FA of Mingus in 1994 in the Verdon2:21:59 – Patron Question from Matt: What was it like climbing on The Nose with Nina Caprez? Are you mentoring any other women?2:29:07 – Building ab strength after having a baby, and Lynn's replica of the Changing Corners intro move2:32:20 – Other women Lynn has mentored2:33:51 – Patron Question from Craig: Who have you climbed with that had amazing footwork?2:36:12 – Patron Question from Christoph: Can Lynn speak about the mental side of pushing boundaries?2:41:32 – Patron Question from Emily: How did Lynn learn to be independent of the limiting gendered cues coming from society at the time in order to realize her true potential?2:44:33 – Lynn's positive affirmations, challenging societal norms as a teenager, and seeing injustice in the world2:51:12 – Patron Question from Mark: Have women reached parody in climbing? If not, what can be done?2:58:45 – What Lynn is most excited about right now, her Italian name, and the value of learning other languages3:02:26 – Feeling excited about her new route on The Maiden, and ideas for her next trip to France3:05:32 – More about the documentary Lynn is working on3:09:04 – Where to buy “It goes boys” shirts, and signed photos from Lynn!3:11:01 – Lynn's plans for Hueco

The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma
Ep 298: The Life and Work of Ashwini Deshpande

The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 264:36


Her pioneering work has helped us understand how caste and gender remain huge problems in India. But her past goes beyond numbers, into a rich history of aajobas and aajis and theatre and song. Ashwini Deshpande joins Amit Varma in episode 298 of The Seen and the Unseen to discuss how she used her economist's gaze to understand our social problems -- and how films and music also played their part. (For full linked show notes, go to SeenUnseen.in.) Also check out: 1. Ashwini Deshpande on Twitter, Ashoka, Google Scholar, Amazon and her own website. 2. The Grammar of Caste -- Ashwini Deshpande. 3. Why are Indian Women not employed? -- Ashwini Deshpande's talk for Manthan. 4. What Women Do: Is it even "work"? -- A seminar by Ashwini Deshpande at Ashoka. 5.  The New Grammar of Caste -- Ashwini Deshpande's talk at JNU. 6. Gender and Caste Discrimination and Affirmative Action in India -- Ashwini Deshpande speaks to Shruti Rajagopalan on the Ideas of India podcast. 7. Caste, Capitalism and Chandra Bhan Prasad -- Episode 296 of The Seen and the Unseen. 8. Select episodes of The Seen and the Unseen that discussed gender with Shrayana Bhattacharya, Paromita Vohra, Kavita Krishnan, Urvashi Butalia, Namita Bhandare, Manjima Bhattacharjya, Mahima Vashisht and Alice Evans. 9. Amit Varma's tweet with Ashwini Deshpande's viral and potentially award-winning vocal performance. 10. Archaeology and the Public Purpose -- Nayanjot Lahiri. 11. Rahimatpur: Town along the Kamandalu -- GP Deshpande. 12. Satyashodhak (out-of-print book) (YouTube) -- GP Deshpande. 13. Uddhwasta Dharmashala (Marathi) (English)-- GP Deshpande. 14. Thelma and Louise -- Ridley Scott. 15. Jyoti Subhash, Amruta Subhash, Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri, Ebrahim Alkazi, Rohini Hattangadi, Jayadev Hattangadi, Manohar Singh, Sai Paranjpye, Arun Joglekar, Shriram Lagoo and Amol Palekar. 16. Ghashiram Kotwal -- Vijay Tendulkar. 17. Jai Santoshi Maa -- Vijay Sharma. 18. English Vinglish -- Gauri Shinde. 19. Satyajit Ray and Manmohan Desai. 20. Qurbani -- Feroz Khan. 21. Dance Dance For the Halva Waala -- Episode 294 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Jai Arjun Singh and Subrat Mohanty). 22. Dance Dance — Babbar Subhash. 23. Aagaya Aagaya Halwa Wala — Song from Dance Dance. 24. Ek Aur Ek Gyarah -- David Dhawan. 25. Baba Sehgal and ML Sondhi. 26. The Man Who Resides in Music -- PL Deshpande on Malikarjun Mansur, translated by Ashwini Deshpande. 27. Narendra Shenoy and Mr Narendra Shenoy -- Episode 250 of The Seen and the Unseen. 28. Chhoti Si Baat -- Basu Chatterjee. 29. Raj Kumar's famous dialogue from Waqt. 30. Ashwini Bhide Deshpande and Manik Bhide. 31. Yuval Noah Harari on Amazon. 32. The Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect. 33. Womaning in India With Mahima Vashisht -- Episode 293 of The Seen and the Unseen. 34. Kaushik Basu and Amazon, Twitter, Wikipedia and his own website. 35. Are Emily and Greg More Employable than Lakisha and Jamal? -- Marianne Bertrand & Sendhil Mullainathan. 36. Race At Work: Realities of Race and Criminal Record in the NYC Job Market -- Devah Pager and Bruce Western. 37. Walking the Talk? What Employers Say Versus What They Do -- Devah Pager and Lincoln Quillian. 38. The Economics of Discrimination -- Gary Becker. 39. How Gary Becker Saw the Scourge of Discrimination -- Kevin Murphy. 40. The Theory of Discrimination -- Kenneth Arrow. 41. What Has Economics to Say About Racial Discrimination? -- Kenneth Arrow. 42. Who gains from the new Maternity Benefit Act Amendment? — Devika Kher. 43. Here's What's Wrong With the Maternity Benefits Act — Suman Joshi. 44. Who is the Identifiable Victim?: Caste Interacts with Sympathy in India -- Ashwini Deshpande and Dean Spears. 45. Identifiable victim effect. 46. Affirmative Action Around the World: An Empirical Study -- Thomas Sowell. 47. Dominant or Backward? Political Economy of the Demand for Quotas by Jats, Patels and Marathas -- Ashwini Deshpande and Rajesh Ramachandran. 48. (In)Visibility, Care and Cultural Barriers: The Size and Shape of Women's Work in India -- Ashwini Deshpande and Naila Kabeer. 49. Norms that matter -- Ashwini Deshpande and Naila Kabeer. 50. The gendered effects of droughts -- Farzana Afridi, Kanika Mahajan and Nikita Sangwan. 51. The COVID-19 Pandemic and Gendered Division of Paid and Unpaid Work -- Ashwini Deshpande. 52. Women's Work in India: Evidence from changes in time use between 1998 and 2019 -- Nicholas Li. 53. Dropping Out, Being Pushed Out or Can't Get in? Decoding Declining Labour Force Participation of Indian Women -- Ashwini Deshpande and Jitendra Singh. 54. Women at Work -- Episode 132 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Namita Bhandare). 55. The Loneliness of the Indian Woman -- Episode 259 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shrayana Bhattacharya). 56. The Refreshing Audacity of Vinay Singhal -- Episode 291 of The Seen and the Unseen. 57. Metrics of Empowerment — Episode 88 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Devika Kher, Nidhi Gupta & Hamsini Hariharan). 58. We Should Celebrate Rising Divorce Rates (2008) — Amit Varma. 59. Elite Imitation in Public Policy -- Episode 180 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Shruti Rajagopalan and Alex Tabarrok). 60. Fixing Indian Education — Episode 185 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Karthik Muralidharan). 61. Understanding Indian Healthcare — Episode 225 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Karthik Muralidharan). 62. Karthik Muralidharan Examines the Indian State -- Episode 290 of The Seen and the Unseen. 63. Ret Samadhi -- Geetanjali Shree. 64. Main Zindagi Ka Saath Nibhata Chala Gaya -- Mohammed Rafi song from Hum Dono. 65. Court — Chaitanya Tamhane. 66. The Disciple — Chaitanya Tamhane. 67. Line of Duty, Downton Abbey, Bridgerton, Shetland, The Good Wife, The Good Fight and Giri/Haji. 68. The Good Doctor -- Damon Galgut. 69. Gangubai Kathiawadi -- Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free! Episode art: 'Patriarchy' by Simahina.

High Noon
Louise Perry – On the Consequences of the Sexual Revolution and Reverting to Pre-Christian Norms

High Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 62:02


Louise Perry, author of The Case Against the Sexual Revolution, joins High Noon to talk about the consequences — especially for women — of the 1960s ethos of individual sexual freedom. Louise and Inez also discuss the sexual state of nature between men and women and speculate on how it might be possible to arrest our slide into ancient or pre-Christian norms that harm women and children the most.--High Noon is an intellectual download featuring conversations that make possible a free society. The podcast features interesting thinkers from all parts of the political spectrum to discuss the most controversial subjects of the day in a way that hopes to advance our common American future.Hosted by Inez Stepman of Independent Women's Forum.You can listen to the latest High Noon episode(s) here or wherever you get your podcasts. Then subscribe, rate, and share with your friends. If you are already caught up and want more, join our online community at iwf.org/connect. Be sure to subscribe to our emails to ensure you're equipped with the facts on the issues you care about most. Independent Women's Forum (IWF) believes all issues are women's issues. IWF promotes policies that aren't just well-intended, but actually enhance people's freedoms, opportunities, and choices. IWF doesn't just talk about problems. We identify solutions and take them straight to the playmakers and policy creators. And, as a 501(c)3, IWF educates the public about the most important topics of the day. Check out the Independent Women's Forum website for more information on how policies impact you, your loved ones, and your community: www.iwf.org. Subscribe to IWF's YouTube channel. Follow IWF on social media: - on Twitter- on Facebook- on Instagram #IWF #HighNoonPodcast #AllIssuesAreWomensIssues Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Ask (Everyone) Anything — “EA 101” by Lizka

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 3:16


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Ask (Everyone) Anything — “EA 101”, published by Lizka on October 5, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. I invite you to ask anything you're wondering about that's remotely related to effective altruism. There's no such thing as a question too basic. Try to ask your first batch of questions by Monday, October 17 (so that people who want to answer questions can know to make some time around then). Everyone is encouraged to answer (see more on this below). There's a small prize for questions and answers. This is a test thread — we might try variations on it later. How to ask questions Ask anything you're wondering about that has anything to do with effective altruism. More guidelines: Try to post each question as a separate "Answer"-style comment on the post. There's no such thing as a question too basic (or too niche!). Follow the Forum norms. I encourage everyone to view asking questions that you think might be “too basic” as a public service; if you're wondering about something, others might, too. Example questions I'm confused about Bayesianism; does anyone have a good explainer? Is everyone in EA a utilitarian? Why would we care about neglectedness? Why do people work on farmed animal welfare specifically vs just working on animal welfare? Is EA an organization? How do people justify working on things that will happen in the future when there's suffering happening today? Why do people think that forecasting or prediction markets work? (Or, do they?) How to answer questions Anyone can answer questions, and there can (and should) be multiple answers to many of the questions. I encourage you to point people to relevant resources — you don't have to write everything from scratch! Norms and guides: Be generous and welcoming (no patronizing). Honestly share your uncertainty about your answer. Feel free to give partial answers or point people to relevant resources if you can't or don't have time to give a full answer. Don't represent your answer as an official answer on behalf of effective altruism. Keep to the Forum norms. You should feel free and welcome to vote on the answers (upvote the ones you like!). You can also give answers to questions that already have an answer, or reply to existing answers, especially if you disagree. The (small) prize This isn't a competition, but just to help kick-start this thing (and to celebrate excellent discussion at the end), the Forum team will award $100 each to my 5 favorite questions, and $100 each to my 5 favorite answers (questions posted before Monday, October 17, answers posted before October 24). I'll post a comment on this post with the results, and edit the post itself to list the winners. Your feedback is very welcome! We're considering trying out themed versions in the future; e.g. “Ask anything about cause prioritization” or “Ask anything about AI safety.” We're hoping this thread will help get clarity and good answers, counter some impostor syndrome that exists in the community (see 1 and 2), potentially rediscover some good resources, and generally make us collectively more willing to ask about things that confuse us. If I think something is rude or otherwise norm-breaking, I'll delete it. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

Fluff N Crunch
Party Size: Norms Over Time and Ideas for Smaller and Larger Groups

Fluff N Crunch

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 62:44


What's the optimal party size? How have party size expectations, rules, and norms changed over time? We discuss this and offer some ideas about managing big and small parties. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fluffncrunch/message

Teaching Channel Talks
[Episode 61] The Benefits of Proactive, Positive Behavior Strategies (w/ Keely Keller and Shannon Rice)

Teaching Channel Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 16:10


Join us for the first episode in a special 3-part series from https://www.learnersedge.com/ (Learners Edge) and https://home.edweb.net/ (EdWeb.net). Shannon Rice returns to the podcast along with Keely Keller in this excerpt from a recent webinar: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1181414/11197218-school-year-success-strategies-to-instill-positive-behavior-in-the-classroom (School Year Success! Strategies to Instill Positive Behavior). This week, we're discussing the context of behavior, redefining how we as educators think about behavior, and the importance of proactivity in setting the standard for positive classroom behavior.  Continue LearningEpisode Links In this episode, Wendy mentions several Learners Edge courses that were included in the live webinar chat https://courses.learnersedge.com/courses/dl/positive-behavior-supports/Raise-the-Bar-Positive-Interventions-for-Students-Who-Challenge-Us-/5849 (5849: Positive Interventions for Students Who Challenge Us ) https://courses.learnersedge.com/courses/dl/positive-behavior-supports/Priceless-Proactive-Classroom-Management-Practices/5127 (5127: Priceless, Proactive Classroom Management Practices) In this episode, Shannon Rice's book https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=QhEHEAAAQBAJ&rdid=book-QhEHEAAAQBAJ&rdot=1&source=gbs_vpt_read&pcampaignid=books_booksearch_viewport (The New Teacher's Guide to Overcoming Common Challenges) is mentioned. Videos Watch the full webinar: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1181414/11197218-school-year-success-strategies-to-instill-positive-behavior-in-the-classroom (School Year Success! Strategies to Instill Positive Behavior) https://learn.teachingchannel.com/video/re-establishing-classroom-routines-norms-and-group-behaviors (Re-establishing Classroom Routines, Norms, and Group Behaviors) Blogs & Related Articles Heart-Centered Classroom Management https://www.learnersedge.com/blog/8-book-recommendations-on-student-behavior-1 (8 Book Recommendations on Student Behavior) https://www.iteach.net/blog/classroom-environment-and-student-behavior/ (The Broken Windows Theory: How Environment Impacts Behavior) Additional Resources Keely Keller has shared a free eBook for our audience, https://www.learnersedge.com/ebook-behavior (A Proactive Guide to Positive Behavior Across Learning Environments).

The Science of Politics
How Misperceptions and Online Norms Drive “Cancel Culture”

The Science of Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 45:42


How Misperceptions and Online Norms Drive “Cancel Culture” by Niskanen Center

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
High Noon: Louise Perry – On the Consequences of the Sexual Revolution and Reverting to Pre-Christian Norms (#73)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022


Louise Perry, author of The Case Against the Sexual Revolution, joins High Noon to talk about the consequences — especially for women — of the 1960s ethos of individual sexual freedom. Louise and Inez also discuss the sexual state of nature between men and women and speculate on how it might be possible to arrest our […]

SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry
Collective Program Social Justice Identity and Perceived Norms on Promoting Student Advocacy

SAGE Psychology & Psychiatry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 21:56


In this episode of The Counseling Psychologist podcast series, Editor Bryan Kim interviews Dr. Brian Keum, the lead author of the TCP article "Collective Program Social Justice Identity and Perceived Norms on Promoting Student Advocacy."

Casual Space
177: “Normentum” with space policy and space strategy expert Robin Dickey

Casual Space

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 50:45


Space is hard and complicated. Space norms are even harder and even more complicated. SO, in order to develop successful space norms, we will need creativity, perseverance, and a large and inclusive range of participants in the process. On today's episode, Robin Dickey discusses an approach towards space exploration that examines what's responsible to do, what is feasible to do, and what can be done to make space more safe and more sustainable for all in the future.  About Robin: Robin Dickey is a member of the technical staff at The Aerospace Corporation's Center for Space Policy and Strategy. She focuses on space policy and strategy issues related to national security, geopolitics, and international relations. Her experience prior to Aerospace includes risk analysis, legislative affairs, and international development.  She earned her bachelor's degree in international studies at Johns Hopkins University and her master's degree in international studies, concentrating in strategic studies, at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. You're going to want to read Robin's latest paper: https://csps.aerospace.org/papers/commercial-normentum-space-security-challenges-commercial-actors-and-norms-behavior From the paper: Concerns about the potential for conflict in space are not limited to traditional security actors such as states and militaries. Commercial actors also have a stake in security-related space norms, and this stakeholder relationship may translate to new forms of commercial participation in the norm development process. Other papers from Robin: July 2021 paper "Building Normentum: A Framework for Space Norm Development," August 2022 paper "Commercial Normentum: Space Security Challenges, Commercial Actors, and Norms of Behavior," George Washington University's Space Policy Institute and the Aerospace Corporation's Center for Space Policy and Strategy August 2022 event on "After the KE-ASAT Moratorium: What's Next?" And find Robin on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/Robin_M_Dickey

Learning to Love Life
Priority Imbalances and High School "Norms"

Learning to Love Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 19:47


Hello everyone, I haven't uploaded an episode in a while because I have been feeling a little off. I've had a lot on my plate lately and I haven't been able to prioritize my self-care. This episode is about feeling imbalanced and out of tune with yourself. I also wanted to touch on how it is ok to be different than your peers and that high school stereotypes don't have to define you. I hope you enjoy xoxo.

Glad You Asked
Where do communion hosts come from?

Glad You Asked

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 12:49


Different Christian denominations have different ways of interpreting and honoring Jesus' actions and words at the Last Supper. The Last Supper itself, according to the synoptic gospels, was a Passover meal and would have been celebrated according to specific rubrics within the Jewish tradition. Today, denominational groups have developed their own rubrics, some more specific than others. Some churches celebrate communion casually and infrequently, whereas for others this ritual is at the heart of their religious celebration.  In the Roman Catholic tradition, communion is central to churchgoing. Since the first or second centuries, Catholics have referred to the entire communion service itself—not just the bread and wine—as eucharist, which derives from the Greek eucharistēsas, meaning “giving thanks.” The Roman Catholic church has developed specific guidelines about how the communion bread, typically referred to as a host, is made. These small round paper-like wafers don't look a lot like bread as we ordinarily experience it and are clearly not made in the manner we might bake a loaf of French bread or challah. So who makes them? What kind of rules do they have to follow? Why don't Catholics use regular bread they could bake themselves? And what about people who can't eat wheat—are they unable to partake of communion in a Catholic church or are gluten-free options available? On today's episode of Glad You Asked, hosts Emily Sanna and Rebecca Bratten Weiss talk to Sister Mary Catherine of the cloistered community of Passionist Nuns in Kentucky, whose community makes wafers for communion. Sister Mary Catherine explains the church's traditions and guidelines for making communion hosts as well as the logistics and mechanics involved in the process.  You can learn more about this traditions and regulations regarding communion hosts in these links: “Where do hosts come from?” By Victoria M. Tufano https://uscatholic.org/articles/201706/where-do-hosts-come-from/  “The story behind a communion host” By Catholic Digest  https://www.catholicdigest.com/faith/201001-26the-story-behind-a-communion-host/  “Norms for the Distribution and Reception of Holy Communion under Both Kinds in the Dioceses of the United States of America” https://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/the-mass/norms-for-holy-communion-under-both-kinds  Monastery of the Sacred Passion, Erlanger, KY http://www.erlangerpassionists.org/  The Making of the Communion Bread for Holy Communion  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryL3xLPAPqk  Glad You Asked is sponsored by the Claretian Missionaries. https://www.claretiansusa.org/ 

The Road to Uncommon Success
Episode 24: Core Values vs. Norms

The Road to Uncommon Success

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 39:37


Exercises for podcast in team meetings:1. Have a discussion with your team to deep dive into our core values. Each team member should spend time giving specific examples/stories of how they have seen our core values exhibited in the office or field. 2. Have a discussion with your team to talk about and define/establish team norms. Weigh in to buy in, and add your team norms to your team gameplan. 3. Have a discussion on team "rituals" and how these can create camaraderie and trust within your team or cross team. 

The Glossy Beauty Podcast
How 'rebelling' against norms led Allison McNamara to found Mara Beauty

The Glossy Beauty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 30:35 Very Popular


Mara Beauty founder Allison McNamara was surrounded by beauty growing up — her father Michael McNamara is a longstanding executive in the space. But beauty wasn't an obvious career path for her, at least not at first. "I was actually a television host and reporter before doing Mara," said McNamara, on the latest episode of the Glossy Beauty Podcast. "I worked at Popsugar, and for a long time, I did everything from fashion to beauty to entertainment, and hosted a show that was taken from digital to linear television. … I thought I was going to be the next Ryan Seacrest." After that show got canceled, McNamara had a rethink, which led her to revisit her childhood notebooks. There, she found page after page of beauty brand and product ideas. "I thought of the idea for Mara and I didn't know what would become of it," she said. "I went on the journey of creating the business but had no true intention of like, 'I'm going to build this type of brand.' It happened organically," she said. Mara Beauty officially launched in 2018, DTC first before launching in Credo. In the four years since, McNamara has been sure to keep a thoughtful eye on what she delivers: new, innovative luxury products with a clear sustainability component. "When I started the business, it was a side hustle. Now it's become a true business, which is really exciting. But at the same time, I have such a clear idea of the products I want to create and where I want to go."

Dan Caplis
Bill Maher skewers woke 'presentism' of revisionist history; Barb Kirkmeyer, GOP candidate for Congress (CO-8)

Dan Caplis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 35:58


Bill Maher mocks the woke practice of viewing history through a modern lens, and judging historical figures based on present norms - a narrative-shaping tactic known as 'presentism.' Barb Kirkmeyer joins Dan to discuss her race in the highly competitive 8th Congressional District of Colorado against Yadira Caraveo, and the importance of combating the influx of fentanyl that is killing so many young people in our state.

Overflowing Hope 180 Dr. James D. Allen

Culture generally is ahead of politicians; politicians follow polls reflecting culture. Most politicians seem to be more like thermometers rather than thermostats. That is why same-sex marriage was becoming more accepted before politicians embraced it. Many who embrace it today didn't embrace it just seven years ago. One of the cultural issues today is that it is interested in demolishing norms. Norms are values or expectations that are enforced by society. The problem with the culture today in the United States is that it proposes no norms except for one: The rejection of all current norms and the establishment of a new normality defined by the acceptance of all things. How else could a politician in Michigan recently state that she believes drag queens are fun and should be in every school. In context, it was admittedly an exaggerated statement, but in what context would it be a good statement?Support the show

The British History Podcast
401 – Norms and Normans

The British History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 37:35 Very Popular


Last week we left off with Dover with some good old fashioned french on french violence… Count Eustace had attacked and attempted to seize the Southern Town… and lost. In fact, he had lost so badly that his poor young nephew (who had never fought in battle before but, trusting his uncle, joined him on […]

“54 Days of Roses”
Day 33 - Glorious Mysteries in Thanksgiving

“54 Days of Roses”

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 33:08


Hello family!Welcome back. This is day 33 of our 54-day Rosary Novena.Family, I want to start by thanking those who gave us  a rating and review.. Unfortunately, the only ratings I can see are the ones on apple. If you have given our podcast a review please send me an email  at prayers@54daysofroses.com Please let me know what podcast app you are using as I would like to read your reviews.Thank you, Katie, Gaby, Lulu, and ButForHisGrace, for your beautiful reviews on the apple podcast app.Your ratings, and reviews really do help others find 54 Days of Roses. That is why today, after the rosary prayer, I encourage you to support our podcast by rating or leaving a review on your podcast app.  Day 33 : Glorious Mysteries in ThanksgivingWith that, let's get started. Today, day 33, we are praying the Glorious Mysteries in Thanksgiving.Blessed Mother, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, we ask that you intercede for our petitions and bring us closer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.Blessed Mother, we pray for our family's intentions here on the podcast, for all the intentions received by email, Instagram, and YouTube.And we pray for the intentions of: Nunzio, Diego, Lorissa, Anitah, Doris, Joey, Ralph, Quanah, Simone, Jr, Christina, Sarina, Norms, Dora, Heather, Laura, Alicia, Karlo, Nicole, Davina, Graciela, Manuel, Magdaline, Soul of Mary, Gabriel, Adrian, Escobedo Family, Daniel, soul of Karla, soul of Adelina, Jose Luis, Elisa Mar, Teresa, Mel, Francisca, Anna Marie, Kupono, Kassandra, Morgan, Mac, Sara, Robert, Isadeliss, Juana, Ricardo, Alicia, Mark, Jenn, Maria Claudia, Fanny, Gretchen, Sol, Yessica, Katie, Claudia, Bernice, Cynthia, Patrick, Melissa, Donna, Guadalupe, and Lary.With love, Maritza Mendez.Linktr.eehttps://linktr.ee/54daysofrosesWebsite:https://www.54daysofroses.com/Live Rosary Prayerhttps://calendly.com/54daysofroses/liverosary_8?month=2022-09Book a Rosary prayer with Maritzahttps://calendly.com/54daysofroses/rosaryprayerDonate via Venmohttps://account.venmo.com/u/Novena54DaysofRosesDonate via PayPalhttps://www.paypal.com/paypalme/54DaysOfRosesSupport our Ministryhttps://www.54daysofroses.com/supportContent Creator & Web designhttps://lillywriteshere.com/Audio Engineerhttps://luisaperez238.wixsSupport the show

“54 Days of Roses”
Día 33 - Misterios Gloriosos en Agradecimiento

“54 Days of Roses”

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 38:18


¡Hola familia!Bienvenidos de nuevo. Este es el día 33 de nuestra Novena del Rosario de 54 días.Familia, hoy quiero agradecer a quienes dieron una calificación y una reseña a nuestro podcast, En este momento, las únicas calificaciones que puedo ver son las que dejan en Apple Podcast. Si le ha dado una revisión a nuestro podcast en cualquier otra plataforma, hazme saber en que aplicación fue, Quisiera leer tus reseñas. Porfavor envía un correo a oremos@54daysofroses.comGracias, Katie, Gaby, Lulu por sus hermosas reseñas en la aplicación de podcast de Apple.Sus calificaciones y reseñas ayudan a otros a encontrar 54 Days of Roses. Hoy, después de la oración del rosario, los invito a  apoyar nuestro podcast calificando o dejando una reseña.  Día 33 : Misterios Gloriosos en AgradecimientoHoy, día 33, rezaremos los Misterios Gloriosos en AgradecimientoMadre Santísima, Reina del Santísimo Rosario, te pedimos que intercedas por nuestras peticiones y nos acerques al Sagrado Corazón de Jesús.Rezamos por las intenciones de nuestra familia aquí en el podcast, por todas las intenciones recibidas por correo electrónico, Instagram y YouTube.Y rezamos por las intenciones de: Nunzio, Diego, Lorissa, Anitah, Doris, Joey, Ralph, Quanah, Simone, Jr, Christina, Sarina, Norms, Dora, Heather, Laura, Alicia, Karlo, Nicole, Davina, Graciela, Manuel, Magdaline, Alma de María, Gabriel, Adrián, Familia Escobedo, Daniel, alma de Karla, alma de Adelina, Jose Luis, Elisa Mar, Teresa, Mel, Francisca, Anna Marie, Kupono, Kassandra, Morgan, Mac, Sara, Robert, Isadeliss, Juana, Ricardo, Alicia, Mark, Jenn, Maria Claudia, Fanny, Gretchen, Sol, Yessica, Katie, Claudia, Bernice, Cynthia, Patrick, Melissa, Donna, Guadalupe, y Larry.Con amor, Maritza Mendez.Linktr.eehttps://linktr.ee/54daysofrosesPágina webhttps://www.54daysofroses.com/Oración del Rosario, en vivo.https://calendly.com/54daysofroses/liverosary_8Oración del Rosario, con Maritzahttps://calendly.com/54daysofroses/rosaryprayerVenmohttps://account.venmo.com/u/Novena54DaysofRosesPayPalhttps://www.paypal.com/paypalme/54DaysOfRosesCreación de Contenido y Diseño Webhttps://lillywriteshere.com/Audiohttps://luisaperez238.wixsite.com/portafolioApoya el Podcasthttps://www.54daysofroses.com/supportSupport the show

Perspective Maintenance
3.8 - Part 2 - Diana De Cabrera's Perspective on How to Challenge Norms

Perspective Maintenance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 31:02


I hope you've enjoyed this two part episode. It's an episode that's close to my heart because I've had to challenge a lot of norms from the environments that I grew up in and build a whole new future for myself. Diana gave 3 great steps to challenging norms: Identify how the norm is impacting us Generate a lot of self compassion, patience and self love Visualize what you want your future to look like and move toward it. If you're looking to learn more about Diana, you can find her IG @toocoolforscooling or her podcast Too Cool for Schooling.

Screen Cares
Captain Fantastic: Flushing Expectations and Norms Down the Toilet

Screen Cares

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 45:05 Transcription Available


Captain Fantastic (2016) R 1h 58m Written and directed by Matt Ross-Produced by Electric City Entertainment and ShivHans Pictures 2: Captain Fantastic: Flushing Expectations and Norms Down the Toilet Episode Transcript Episode Page with Pictures Episode Host: Sarah Woolverton-Mohler Co-Host: Jennie Ziverk Carr Screen Care's host, Sarah, leads listeners and co-host Jennie through several themes she gleaned from the movie Captain Fantastic. First, Sarah categorizes Captain Fantastic as a "Thinking Movie", and discusses how Captain Fantastic is uniquely the kind of movie that challenges viewers to think deeply about many facets of life long after the film ends. Captain Fantastic is also a movie about Educating Children. We hear how Sarah felt that Captain Fantastic offered a lens through which to consider less conventional modes of education to her children, and encouraged her to parent with agility to meet her kids where they are. Lastly, Screen Cares digs into the theme of Living Authentically and the many ways the family depicted in Captain Fantastic challenges viewers to evaluation their own level of authenticity. A thinking movie: There are so many great movies out there and they all fulfill certain roles for us. Some are fun ways to escape the hum-drum of everyday life. Others offer a beautiful example of how film is a true art form. Still others transport us to different worlds, allow us to see different perspectives and different experiences. Captain Fantastic is the kind of movie that challenged our Screen Cares team to think deeply and this purpose felt unique and special.  Educating children: If you have kids or have kids in your life that you care for, you'll ultimately be faced at some point with deciding how you want your children to be educated. There are many ways to facilitate education, and education is vital! Sarah from Screen Cares felt that Captain Fantastic offered a lens through which to consider less conventional modes of education to her children, and encouraged her to parent with agility to meet her kids where they are. Living authentically: After going through a re-evaluation of her family's priorities, values and needs, Sarah and her husband felt that they were not living in a manner that was authentic to who they are as people. Captain Fantastic depicts a family who strives for authenticity, and who realizes that our concept of who we are as individuals and who we are as a family unit may change from time to time.   Screen Shares Rating:  Buddy Screen Love Screen Co-Parent Screen*  *(This is not a normal Screen Cares Rating, but one which we felt best described the desire to share this movie with someone that you share parenting responsibilities and brainstorming with, even if you are not in a romantic relationship with that person.)   Screen Sparks: What unconventional choices have you made in your life to try to be the “master of your fate” or “captain of your soul”? Do you believe that the merits of society outweigh the issues? Do you feel that parenting should consider training for the real world, or training children to reshape the world? Do you have to choose all or nothing, or should extremes be avoided? Do you have friends who would question your choices in such a way that leads you to do more thinking? Do you prefer friends that cheer you on but who don't challenge you to think deeper about the choices you make?   Behind the Scene- Pics and Bonus Materials: During Screen Cares PodRetreat in Chicago, Host Sarah strikes a thoughtful pose worthy of Invictus.   When Screen Cares Co-Host Jennie sold her home and moved her family into an RV fit for adventure, Sarah joked that Jennie's family now had their very own "Steve" like the family in Captain Fantastic.   After the Credits Roll-Links Referenced during the show: Official website to Captain Fantastic https://bleeckerstreetmedia.com/captainfantastic IMDB summary/description that was referenced by Sarah in this episode of Screen Cares: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3553976/?ref_=ttawd_awd_tt Visit Poetry Foundation to read William Ernest Henley's 1875 poem, Invictus: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/51642/invictus Want to see the great Morgan Freeman recite Invictus from memory? https://youtu.be/a7q_vACVwq0 Or to hear Tom Hiddleston read it? https://soundcloud.com/user-511793251/invictus-by-william-ernest-henley-read-by-tom-hiddleston?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing Check out Captain Fantastic's many awards: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3553976/awards     If you or someone you love is talking or thinking about suicide, or would like free emotional support, please visit the link below for 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline where you can speak with a trained and skilled crisis support worker.  https://988lifeline.org/talk-to-someone-now/  

TIME's The Brief
Boris Johnson Shattered Britain's Political Norms. Ultimately, That Was His Undoing... and More Stories

TIME's The Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 15:10


Included in this episode: 1. Boris Johnson Shattered Britain's Political Norms. Ultimately, That Was His Undoing 2. Why You Should Care About Celebrities' Climate Hypocrisy .

Stepfamily Mission POSSIBLE!™ How to Lead Your Stepfamily with Influence | Jen Rogers - Faith-Led Stepfamily Coach, Podcast

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to START! You can do this!Create a sacred space to apply on your reflections from last week (Mission #011) on what you've learned about yourself, your spouse, and your family.  Then, take the first step. Feels awkward? No worries! Do it anyway.  Get evidence through messy action and see what God can do!PREVIOUS MISSIONSMission #011 How To Know What God Says About Your Marriage & StepfamilyMission #010 Knowing When It's Time to Take A Break In Your StepfamilyMission #009 What's At The Core?Mission #008 What To Do When You Get TriggeredMission #007 How To Get In The Fight!Mission #006| Mission #005| Mission #004 | Mission #003| Mission #002| Mission #001>>Bill & Jen help stepfamily couples turn what feels impossible into Stepfamily Mission POSSIBLE! We offer real-life solutions you can start implementing right away. We help you understand how critical YOU are as leaders in your family to create a kingdom legacy that relies on God's best for your family. If you're ready to ditch the chaos caused by high conflict stepfamily norms, regain intimacy as a couple, and begin to live your Kingdom Legacy right now, you're in the right place.>>Want even more guidance and support?·        Want to join a community of like-minded Christian stepfamily couples? ·       Want to get equipped, feedback & tips off social media, and blend beautifully together? ·       Want to have fun & experience success with couples' challenges and stepfamily coaching?You do?! Then Join us in the Mastermind for Stepfamily Couples community!Instagram FB Page or book a free, 30-minute consult to get started!Your time is now,Bill & JenP.S. All episodes, all players here! Like this episode? Tell a friend!

Perspective Maintenance
3.8 - Part 1 - Diana De Cabrera's Perspective on How to Challenge Norms

Perspective Maintenance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 34:12


I hope you had a chance to enjoy part 1. If you're looking to learn more about Diana, you can find her IG @toocoolforscooling or her podcast Too Cool for Schooling.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Why Leveraging Technology Breaks Norms But Will Be The New Normal

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 19:33


Whether you're a startup or a fast-growing company, it's important to integrate technologies into business processes, especially as real estate continues to undergo digital transformation.    Today, Lauren Bahr talks about how they are bringing teams together online to collaborate on the entire lease life cycle. She is the Vice President of Finance at Occupier, a solutions provider for real estate and accounting teams to seamlessly manage leases and maintain compliance. Lauren also breaks down the New Lease Standards and offers valuable advice to navigate the changes in the industry.       [00:01 - 09:58] The Future of Lease Management Lauren talks about her background and how she came to work for Occupier Occupier makes lease management easier and helps finance teams be compliant How brokers can benefit from using Occupier Their biggest differentiators: user experience and being a one-stop-shop for collaboration Businesses should leverage software sooner rather than later in order to have a stronger foundation   [09:59 - 18:14] On Lease Accounting and Finance What is ASC 842? Understanding the true financial obligations of the company How this impacts the way we balance our sheets Mistakes people commonly do on the lease side Data should be easily accessible and digestible to avoid costly errors As hybrid and remote work continues, there is a greater need for a software like Occupier [18:15 - 19:32] Closing Segment Reach out to Lauren!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “We wanted to build a product that truly corrals everyone around one piece of software.” - Lauren Bahr “You want to make sure that you're investing in scalable processes way sooner than you actually need it because you're not going to have enough time to build a foundation when you're tripling in size.” - Lauren Bahr “Having everything in a place that's easily digestible can avoid a lot of heartache and money and mistakes.” - Lauren Bahr -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Lauren directly at lauren@occupier.com and follow her on LinkedIn.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Lauren Bahr: I would say, you want to make sure that you're investing in scalable processes way sooner than you actually need it because you're not going to have enough time to build a foundation when you're scaling, when you're tripling in size, right? Now's the time to do it when you're stable.  [00:00:28] Sam Wilson: Lauren Bahr is the VP of finance at Occupier. Lauren, welcome to the show.  [00:00:33] Lauren Bahr: Hello. Thank you so much for having me, Sam.  [00:00:37] Sam Wilson: The pleasure is absolutely mine. Lauren. There are three questions I ask every guest who comes to the show" in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:45] Lauren Bahr: Yes, I love it. So I started at PWC. I'm an accountant by nature of school for accounting. So entered the audit practice at PWC, then transitioned into more of a consulting, technical accounting consulting, but also process consulting, helping, accounting teams with our month-end close process, one of the most terrible processes for a lot of accounting teams, then, you know, transitioned into a startup as the head of corporate accounting there. And I'm not kidding you, my very first day at that, company, I met the Occupier team. That was because the real estate team was like, Hey Lauren, you need to sign with Occupier. So like, I don't even know who Occupier is, why do we need them, blah, blah, blah. So by lunchtime, I. Not a chance. We're not signing with Occupier and basically fast forward a year and a half later, the Occupier team's like, Hey, remember when you said absolutely no to us. Well, we'd love to have you come work for Occupier. So, they had made a lot of headwinds in a year and a half. Obviously, I wouldn't be here and I didn't believe in the product and the story more importantly, like who we're trying to help along the way, but a little bit of luck and some hard work is I guess why I'm here at Occupier now.  [00:02:04] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. So let me get the story straight. You're working somewhere. It's your first day on the job and they're like, Hey, we need to bring this new client on board. And you said, no, I don't want to work with them.  [00:02:12] Lauren Bahr: Yeah. I said, not a chance. Love it, but it's not going to work out for us because they hadn't built out certain features of the product suite yet. So basically I sat by myself at lunch because of Occupier.  [00:02:29] Sam Wilson: And then 18 months later, you're working, not just, you know, service provider slash client relationship, you now work directly with them.  [00:02:36] Lauren Bahr: Yep. So, you know, that was about a year and a half ago, so. It's been good.  [00:02:43] Sam Wilson: There must have been a compelling story somewhere along the way that said, Hey Lauren, we've got a really cool product and we're going to solve all the world's problems. And you said, yeah, I believe in that. What is that?  [00:02:54] Lauren Bahr: So my story with this is I have firsthand experience with it that I knew as soon as I had gone through implementation at the said company with a different provider that okay, I needed to go through that experience to realize the value of Occupier. And without that, I don't think I would've been able to really emphasize as, you know, as big of a deal as it is. So I'm happy I went through that, but now I'm happy to help other people on the other side.  [00:03:25] Sam Wilson: So tell me, so what does Occupier do?  Yeah. Give us the skinny on what Occupier does, what industry problem they're solving. We'll love to hear all that.  [00:03:33] Lauren Bahr: Yeah. So we are a lease management solution. We start with site selection, helping real estate teams even select where they want to open their new offices or retail spaces, managing that whole process with legal, designers, everything that goes into opening up a new space. Then we take that information into our lease administration tool, which is going to organize all of your critical dates, run schedules, clauses. You're going to be able to search through if you wanted to search through your security deposit clauses across your entire portfolio, very Google-like, functionality that makes it really, really seamless to do that. And then all of that information feeds into our least accounting product, which helps companies maintain compliance with ASC 842 and IFRS 16, which are the new lease accounting standards. So we make it extremely easy for finance teams to adopt the new standard.  [00:04:30] Sam Wilson: You just said a lot of things that don't mean a lot to me.  [00:04:32] Lauren Bahr: I know I said a lot of things. I don't know if that's a high-level view.  [00:04:37] Sam Wilson: No, I love it. I mean, it's funny 'cause you say stuff like that and I go, you know what? No pun intended, but that's not the space I'm in. You know, I'm not in the multitenant business to business retail, industrial, whatever, you know, I don't have 500 tenants and go, okay, especially on that scale. I'm familiar obviously with multifamily loans like that, but it's like, okay, this is kind of a very nuanced product. It's like I'm exposing my ignorance here, right on the podcast. But when I think about lease management, especially as it pertains to, you know, large retail strip centers or something like that. I keep going back that as my example, I usually think, okay, there's a broker out there somewhere that handles that leasing side of thing, they're a leasing agent. Do you work with them? Do you work with the owner? Where in this mix do you get involved?  [00:05:20] Lauren Bahr: Yeah. So we do work with some brokers. So some brokers will just be helping their clients, just select spaces. Other brokers also have been leveraging us to perform lease administration services where it's more of, again, managing those rent schedules. Okay. How much is owed rent? We have a rent abatement period. So a free rent period for six months. Okay, when do I really have to start paying rent? And then also managing all of those clauses and rights that you have. Most importantly too, is the renewal options. Let's say that, you know, you're not in love with a space and you have a renewal option on year four. If you kind of forget where that renewal option is in all of these massive heaps of lease documents, you may miss it and be forced to stay in that space. So not only is it going to be costly to stay in the space that you don't want to be in, but it's also just a strategy-wise impact too.  [00:06:17] Sam Wilson: Right. So you're saying from the tenant side, you guys also kind of interface with the tenants and letting 'em know, Hey. [00:06:22] Lauren Bahr: Right. So usually, we can sometimes be an extension of a client's real estate team. If they don't have a formal real estate team, then oftentimes we could be working with the broker as well to support their processes.  [00:06:38] Sam Wilson: Got it. Okay. That's really, really cool. When you look at this product, what were the main, I get what you're doing, but tell me what were the main pain points that you guys said, Hey, we can solve this in the industry?  [00:06:49] Lauren Bahr: Yeah. So I think our biggest differentiator, I think there's two. One is the user experience. Man, if you just log onto it, it looks so fresh and so seamless, very intuitive compared to some of the other competitors on the market. And then the other thing was that we wanted to build a product that truly brings, corrals everyone around one piece of software. And so other competitors may only do lease administration or lease accounting, but there's so many different people involved in leases from the finance team, real estate team. You have HR, corporate, IT. There's a ton of different hands in this jar, right? And so having a software that everyone can truly collaborate on or a single sense of truth is, you know, kind of paramount in my mind. [00:07:44] Sam Wilson: Right. No, that absolutely makes sense. Next question for you is this. When someone looks at your product, at what point in the process, at what point in their scaling process do you say, Hey, that's what it makes sense to reach out to you or a member of your team and say it's time to bring Occupier on? I mean, I'm thinking if it's me. Yeah. And let's say I own one building that has four tenants in it. I probably don't need your services, but maybe I'm wrong.  [00:08:06] Lauren Bahr: Yeah. So I think about it more for, I think at least, you know, around 10, 15 leases, you may want to consider leveraging software, but also if you think about your growth trajectory over the next two years, if you have a real estate team that's very active, maybe you are a new gym, you're the new CrossFit, right? And you're planning to expand into all of these new markets. You may need software way sooner rather than later. You know, I went through this experience at one of my previous companies. We had doubled in size. We went from 25 locations to 50 locations and within three months which is crazy to go through that. But it really emphasized that we needed a software to help organize everything, right? [00:08:58] Sam Wilson: Right, and that goes back to the title of the show, which is How to Scale. And I mean, that's something I've heard, you know, from many, many people on this show, which is that, you know, you should be just as afraid of success as you should failure. It's like, 'cause you know, for you guys going from 25 to 50, all of sudden's like, oh crud, like, are we actually prepared for this?  [00:09:15] Lauren Bahr: Oh, yeah, I know, right? Yeah. I would say, you want to make sure that you're investing in scalable processes way sooner than you actually need it because you're not going to have enough time to build a foundation when you're scaling, when you're tripling in size. [00:09:31] Sam Wilson: Right. Right.  [00:09:32] Lauren Bahr: Now's the time to do it, when you're stable.  [00:09:35] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's a hard thing to do. And I think it's one of the themes I've watched over the last probably six, eight years is watching the teams that build, like you said, they build the platform, they build the foundation long before they need it, like, okay, we're going to build this out. It's probably a little oversized for now, but soon enough we're going to need that. So I think that's a really helpful piece of information. You threw out some things I don't even understand, which is a lot of what you said, but adoptions and lease accounting rules and things that changed.  [00:10:05] Lauren Bahr: Yes. [00:10:05] Sam Wilson: Can you break down for us what's happened in the industry and what all that means?  [00:10:09] Lauren Bahr: Yes. So it's probably the biggest thing to happen in lease accounting in 20 years. So what's happening is right under the historic legacy gap, ASC 840, operating leases, which is the majority of leases did not have to be on the balance sheet. And instead, they were kind of tucked away in the notes and disclosures of financial statements. And so financial statement users just could not get a good grasp of what company's true, liabilities were and their true financial obligations. And so. With that ASC 842 came to light and said, no, no, no, everything has to come on the balance sheet so that everyone can understand the true financial obligations of companies. You know, it makes a ton of sense because most of the time, you know, real estate is the second largest expense for companies, only second to payroll most of the time. And so of course, you're going to want to have more insight into that.  [00:11:16] Sam Wilson: Right. And that makes a lot of sense. Yeah. And you're saying that from the tenant perspective, like their lease has to be on their balance sheet. [00:11:23] Lauren Bahr: Yep, yep. So from the tenant perspective, yep, because now it's going to come in as a right use asset versus maybe the landlord probably owns that it's probably just a fixed asset for them. So you just being able to utilize the space for 5, 10 years, whatever your lease term is, Hey, that has to come on the balance sheet, but also your remaining lease payments also has become on the balance sheet in the form of a liability. [00:11:49] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. Just like, I guess, just like a loan would.  [00:11:51] Lauren Bahr: Yeah, exactly. It's just like a loan. Very, very similar.  [00:11:55] Sam Wilson: Yeah. There's an outstanding obligation and it's due every month, just like a loan payment. [00:11:59] Lauren Bahr: Due every month. Yeah. So it was just this kind of crazy loophole that existed in the financial statements for such a long time. And so they've been talking about it for, you know, just kinda like when is this going to go into effect? And so think ultimately it's for the better. [00:12:18] Sam Wilson: Was the advantage in not disclosing that just making financial statements look better or what was the reason?  [00:12:24] Lauren Bahr: Yeah, so the advantage was just pure, I mean, it does look better from a balance sheet perspective, but I think it was also just process-wise if finance teams could actually do the necessary work in order to get what that right-of-use asset and the lease liability balance would be. 'Cause really they have to create amortization schedules, very similar to like a loan amortization, like even just a mortgage loan. They have to do that for every single lease that they have. You know, that's a lot of work for teams to pressure our teams into doing. And actually, this was supposed to be in effect for private companies in 2020. And they said you know what? You guys are going through enough. We're going to delay it until 2022. And so there's been some reprieve because I know how much of the process changes this. [00:13:21] Sam Wilson: Right, right. That's really interesting. Absolutely. Interesting. Tell me this, what are some problems that you see that people are or are mistakes that you see people making on the lease side that you could say, or either the tenant or on the landlord side that you'd say, Hey man, these are some really avoidable problems. And maybe you guys solve, maybe you don't, but what are some things you see on that side you'd say there's some mistakes we could very easily avoid.  [00:13:47] Lauren Bahr: Yeah, I think it's just not having clear access to the data points within your lease schedule. So for instance, I think it came out pretty recently that Gap, had missed, Gap, the clothing company had missed one of their critical dates. And how they have had this elevated in a software that's telling them, alerting them like ours is six months in advance. Hey, you have a critical date. You have to do something with that, right, having everything in a place that's easily digestible can avoid like a lot of, lot of heartache and money and mistakes.  [00:14:22] Sam Wilson: Yeah, I think that's absolutely great. Cool. I've absolutely enjoyed this. There's been a lot of fun learning about, you know, Occupier what you guys do, lease administration. One of the things I didn't, I guess, I'm going back through my notes here, one of the things we didn't really get to talk about much was on the kind of new space development side of things. We've kind of talked a lot about, you know, once the product is in place and once you have tenants in place and how you guys. And kind of management that whole side of it, but give me a breakdown on the site development site acquisition, what are you guys doing on that front? I guess that's a part of your business I don't think I quite understand. [00:14:58] Lauren Bahr: Yeah. So what we do is right now, that process is usually handled in Google sheets, Excels or massive email threads between your broker, your real estate team, your legal team. And so what we do is basically have all of that information within our software product that says, Hey, we're trying to open up a new office in St. Louis. Here are the five locations that we're going to tour. Here are the thumbs down, thumbs up for if people liked it when they toured, when the schedule of tour is, what stage it's in, if it's in legal review, if you've negotiated the contract, what was the original terms of this, the contract. And so you can kind of really play out the entire life cycle of just selecting your space. [00:15:50] Sam Wilson: Wow. That is really, really cool. And it sounds like you guys are, I mean, again, if in 18 months you said 18 months ago, this company was not at a point where you felt like it was somebody you wanted to work alongside. Now you work alongside 'em, you guys are, you know, rapidly developing a very useful product, it sounds like, otherwise you wouldn't be there. What are some things that you look at just on the horizon you say, Hey, here's some other problems in the industry we haven't yet found a way to solve, but we're actively working on.  [00:16:16] Lauren Bahr: Yeah. You know, I think the question that's on everyone's minds is how the real estate landscape is going to change as people are trying to do hybrid work or remote first work. And how does real estate play into that? Does that mean now that you have smaller hubs and the cities that most of your employees are in or how do you, do you have just one major hub and slide people in? And so there's a lot of different question marks on the real estate strategy, as it relates to people in, you know, in companies right now.  [00:16:53] Sam Wilson: Interesting. Interesting. And what are your guys' thoughts around that? I mean, is there a way that you see you guys kind of plugging into the industry and becoming problem solvers?  [00:17:02] Lauren Bahr: Yeah, you know, I think with this, it really emphasizes even more a need for Occupier just because there's going to be different types of lease schedules and probably even more leases is what the trend that we're seeing is that people are kind of breaking out. If you look at our company, you know, we only have less than 50 people, but we have four leases because now we're all scattered throughout the country, right? And so you can see that permeate between a lot of other companies as well. [00:17:32] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah, absolutely. That's an interesting comment where you say that you'll see more leases and obviously your case in point is your own company, 'cause you're right. Keeping track of four different leases across four different building types and sizes and locations and ... [00:17:45] Lauren Bahr: Yeah. Yeah, it's interesting. 'cause people have this notion that, oh, well, leases are going to be gone because no one's going into the office anymore. Well, that's not necessarily true. And you always have retail space as well. And so leases are not going anywhere unfortunately. [00:18:01] Sam Wilson: Right. I can't imagine that, but that just proves the, yeah. Proves the need for what you guys do. I think that's really, really cool. And love how you're you're thinking ahead there again, that you're going to see more leases, not fewer, so absolutely awesome. Lauren, before we sign off here, is there anything else that you'd like to share with our guests maybe that I didn't ask that you feel like is really important or valuable piece of Occupier you'd like to share? [00:18:23] Lauren Bahr: You know, I think our team is wonderful. And I would love to get to know anyone that's listening to this, either a demo or just, anything, an email. So, you know, it was been a pleasure talking to you today, Sam, I think you asked some lovely questions.  [00:18:40] Sam Wilson: Well, thanks. Thanks. No, no, yeah. I'm not sure I believe you, but I thank you, nonetheless. Last question here for you, Lauren. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:18:49] Lauren Bahr: Yeah, the best way to do that is on LinkedIn, Lauren Bahr, or you can email me directly at lauren@occupier.com. [00:18:57] Sam Wilson: Awesome. And if you're looking for her on LinkedIn, that's Lauren Bahr, spelled B A H R. Lauren, thank you so much for coming on today. I certainly appreciate it.  [00:19:06] Lauren Bahr: Thank you so much again, Sam. 

Perspective Maintenance
REPLAY - Guiding Principle #3 Assume Nothing by Challenging Norms

Perspective Maintenance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 14:31


This one is an oldie but a goodie. Today we're review Guiding Principle #3 - Assume Nothing by Question norms! In this mini episode we look at: What causes us to make assumptions The difference between a fixed mindset vs a growth mindset Healthy ways to question norms The takeaway homework questions were: What state are you in when you tend to make assumptions? What are the norms that are no longer serving you? Want to discuss the episode you listened to today? Follow me on Instagram @thejohncollective and send me a DM of your thoughts or questions

The
A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism | The Stephan Kinsella Series | Episode 1 (WiM207)

The "What is Money?" Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 111:23


Stephan Kinsella is an American intellectual property lawyer, author, and deontological anarcho-capitalist. He joins me for an in-depth conversation about the book "A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism: Economics, Politics, and Ethics" by Hans-Hermann Hoppe.Be sure to check out Swan Private, the trusted Bitcoin financial services provider for high-net-worth individuals and businesses worldwide: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveGuestStephan's Website: https://www.stephankinsella.comStephan's Twitter: https://twitter.com/NSKinsellaA Theory of Socialism and Capitalism: Economics, Politics, and Ethics: https://www.amazon.com/Theory-Socialism-Capitalism-Economics-Politics/dp/0898382793PODCASTPodcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?si=wgVuY16XR0io4NLNo0A11A&nd=1RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYITranscript:Outline00:00:00 “What is Money” Intro00:00:08 Swan Private00:01:37 Introducing Stephan and the Book: "A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism"00:22:07 Discussing Laws of Causation & the Ethics of Liberty00:39:25 Rule Sets for Society based upon Private Property00:50:03 Watch “Hard Money with Natalie Brunell” From Swan Studios00:50:51 Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth00:51:58 Is the State Necessary to Arbitrate Conflict?01:04:29 "Norms need to be Universal…"01:20:25 Demolition of Socialism: Morally and Economically01:29:33 Diamond-Water Paradox01:40:04 “Property, Contract, Aggression, Capitalism, Socialism”01:51:14 “What is Money” OutroSOCIALBreedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22?lang=enAll My Current Work: https://linktr.ee/breedlove22 WRITTEN WORKMedium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/ WAYS TO CONTRIBUTEBitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedloveDollars via Venmo: https://venmo.com/code?user_id=1784359925317632528The "What is Money?" Show Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101&fan_landing=true RECOMMENDED BUSINESSESSwan Private guides high-net-worth individuals and businesses in all areas of Bitcoin strategy: https://www.swanprivate.com/breedloveCrowdHealth offers an innovative health insurance model based on Bitcoin and community: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveOkcoin is an innovative and education-focused cryptoasset exchange platform—earn $50 in free Bitcoin by signing up at: https://okcoin.com/breedloveInvest with a licensed Bitcoin advisor through DAIM: https://daimio.typeform.com/RobertBreedloveJoin Me At Bitcoin 2023, pre-order your tickets now (for a chance to win 10M sats, use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://b.tc/conference/2023Automatic Recurring Bitcoin Buys and Withdrawals: https://www.swanbitcoin.com/breedlove/

The Nocturnists
Conversations: Cathy O'Neil

The Nocturnists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 38:35 Very Popular


In this episode, Emily speaks with data scientist and author Cathy O'Neil about her book The Shame Machine: Who Profits in the New Age of Humiliation, which investigates how society exploits the powerful emotion of shame. The Nocturnists is partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE CME credits for healthcare professionals. Visit ce.vcuhealth.org/nocturnists to claim credit for this episode. Find show notes, transcript, and more at thenocturnists.com.

Sales Hustle
#383 S2 Episode 252 - I CAME IN LIKE A WRECKING BALL: Shattering Knowledge Barriers And Growing By Breaking Norms

Sales Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 7:05


IF IT AIN'T BROKE, BREAK IT!Many people believe that you should not be fixing what is not broken. It's true, but Larry delivers it with a twist, saying we should break it, and grow with it.Join Collin and Larry today as they talk about doing your part to constantly learn new things and be disruptive in your journey to true growth. Let's all get hyped up in this latest Episode of Sales Transformation! Jazz up your sales mindset with Kevin Dorsey aka KD and some of the brightest minds in sales in Live Better Sell Better!Stop sending boring sales e-mails or videos and start sending catchy GIFs and Memes with VIDU.io!Power up your podcast experience by joining our Free Podcast Community!HIGHLIGHTSAvoid being a know-it-allDo your part to up your gameTake ownership of your businessIf it's not broken, break itQUOTESCollin - The problem with know-it-alls:“I think a common mistake of a lot of salespeople, especially ones that been around a while, is thinking they know it all, not remaining teachable, not being open-minded enough to think that somebody might be able to teach them something.”Collin - Go out and get your resources:“If you're not getting the support inside your organization to up your game, then you are responsible for your own success. Go out and get it.”Larry - Don't just sit there, move and own it:“If you sit back and wait for someone else to invest in your business. For me, it's Larry long Jr. Incorporated. I run my business I might get a paycheck from my company. But I run my business I take control of the outcome I take ownership of it.”Larry - Grow by breaking things up:“If it ain't broke, break it. I love it, break it up, shake it up, flip it upside down. Sure you better break it because that's where you grow.”Connect with Larry and learn more about what he's been working on!About LarryAbout LLJR EnterprisesLLJR Enterprises WebsiteConnect with Collin and find out what's new in Sales Transformation and other things he's up to:About CollinAbout SalescastSalescast CommunitySales TransformationWanna kick off your own kick-ass podcast?Already have one? How about growing it, or even monetizing it?LET'S TALK.

The NPR Politics Podcast
American Democratic Norms Continue To Falter As Some Republicans Refuse To Concede

The NPR Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 14:09 Very Popular


Republican primary candidates who lost by substantial margins are refusing to concede their races — echoing Donald Trump's baseless claims of voter fraud and potentially setting up lucrative post-election fundraising schemes.This episode: congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell, Georgia Public Broadcasting reporter Stephen Fowler, and senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro.Support the show and unlock sponsor-free listening with a subscription to The NPR Politics Podcast Plus. Learn more at plus.npr.org/politics Connect:Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.