Join the hosts of "Missing The Point" for an exciting episode filled with an in-depth analysis of the recent performance of the Boston Celtics. In this episode, we look closer at the team's current six-game road trip, which saw them win four games and lose two. You'll hear their take on the team's inconsistent performance since the All-Star break and their hopeful outlook following wins against the Atlanta Hawks and Sacramento Kings. The hosts discuss the impressive performances of star players Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown, highlighting Tatum's 36-point game against the Kings and Brown's efficient 27-point game. They also delve into the performance of Derrick White and share their belief that he should be the team's starter from now on. But that's not all! The hosts also share a fascinating fact about the Celtics' record of 28-0 when they shoot 40% or better from three-point range. In the second part of the episode, the hosts turn their attention to the recent game between the Celtics and the Brooklyn Nets. They discuss Tatum's 22-point performance and its impact on the team's overall play. They also examine the team's shooting struggles from beyond the arc, except Jaylen Brown, and speculate on the reasons for the team's recent struggles. The hosts offer their theories on how the team can improve. They suggest that Tatum needs to work on playing out of the mid-post area and emphasizing the importance of diversifying the team's offensive strategies. They draw from successful pick-and-roll tactics used by Steve Nash and Amar Stoudemire in the past and stress the importance of the entire team running the offense effectively. Overall, this episode is a must-listen for all basketball fans. With their insightful analysis and deep knowledge of the sport, the hosts of "Missing The Point" offers a fascinating perspective on the Celtics' recent performance and their prospects from now on. Don't miss out on this exciting episode! ---------- TIMESTAMPS 00:06 Boston Celtics' Recent Performance and Road Trip 03:00 Dependence on Jayson Tatum 05:49 Tatum's Shooting on Team's Efficiency 08:23 Boston Celtics' Offensive Strategy a 12:29 Boston Celtics' Ball Movement and Scoring Efficiency. 14:33 Celtics' Performance and Consistency in Games 15:51 NBA Scheduling and Player Performance 18:00 Potential Playoff Matchups 22:17 Performance and Coaching under Ime Udoka and Joe Mazzulla 24:06 Boston Celtics' Performance and Coaching Staff. 26:08 Coaching and Strategy in NBA Playoffs 29:33 Importance of Timeouts and Nuances of the Game 34:39 Lack of Effort 46:03 Keeping Rob Williams as a Starting Center and Potential Replacements in the Offseason 50:16 Potential Trades for the Boston Celtics: Porzingis, Miles Turner, and More 55:32 Boston Celtics' Final Nine Games of the Regular Season 58:07 Concerns Heading into the Playoffs 1:01:03 Importance of the One Seed in the NBA Playoffs. 1:03:21 Discussion on NBA Playoffs and Matchups 1:06:49 Concerns for the Eastern Conference 1:08:39 Importance of Effort and Teamwork. 1:10:32 Teamwork in the Boston Celtics ---------- Thank you for your ongoing support. Remember to subscribe and share to show your support. If you want to see more content, be sure to subscribe to our channel. See you on our YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram pages: Our Website Twitter Instagram ----------- Hosts: Mike Marcangelo, Rayshawn Buchanan, Bob Kelly Producer: Craig D'Alessandro Inquiries: Craig@mtpshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Travel DJ Blend with DJ Brian B
On this season of the podcast, from time to time, I will be sharing with you some of the personal tools that I use which I think can help you as a DJ. In this episode, I sit down with my vocal coach, Gerald Isaac. A vocal coach for a DJ? Yeah, I didn't think I would need one either. Now, almost 2 years in of weekly remote (zoom) 1 hour vocal lessons, I've made a 180 - both in terms of my performance being taken to a higher level and with my thoughts that this can be of help (even to a seasoned veteran DJ like myself). We talk through his vocal coaching approach/philosophy, what a typical lesson is like and he even shares a tip at the end on how to keep your voice fresh and strong when you are on a run of 3-4 events in a week during heavy event season.I'm on YOUTUBE! Please subscribe and share. Thanks in advance.Check out my podcast website and my premium podcast content community page.DJs: Are you not using VIBO, the music request and planning app? Let's fix this for you! Go to https://vibodj.com. For my podcast listeners only, enter promo code: DJBRIANB - it gets you $10 off your first month's subscription. DJs: This is applicable whether you are a single op or a mult-op. and boy do I wish this was around a few years ago when I really needed it. Broc Barton Lifestyle Leadership Coaching is offering a free 1 hour coaching session - this is for my podcast listeners ONLY. Mention BRIAN B when you sign up at https://www.brocbarton.com to claim this amazing offer.DJs: Interested in Heavy Hits Music Pool? Go to https://heavyhits.com/For my podcast listeners only, enter promo code: BRIANB - it gets you a 30 day trial for $5. Try it now.Have a topic you want covered? Drop me a DM at @thetraveldjblend. Has this podcast helped you? Share your thoughts by leaving a review on the Apple Podcast App.
Latin in Layman’s - A Rhetoric Revolution
1. Decompose (Latin de- + componere, "to put together") - To break down into smaller parts or elements. 2. Decontaminate (Latin de- + contaminate, "to contaminate") - To remove or reduce contaminants or pollutants from an environment or item. 3. Defame (Latin de- + fama, "a rumor") - To harm someone's reputation by making false or malicious statements. 4. Deflate (Latin de- + flate, "to blow") - To reduce the pressure or size of something by releasing air or gas. 5. Deflect (Latin de- + flectere, "to turn") - To cause to turn aside, especially by applying force; to divert. 6. Degrade (Latin de- + gradus, "a step") - To reduce in quality, value, or degree; to lower in rank or character. 7. Dehydrate (Latin de- + hydros, "water") - To remove water or moisture from something. 8. Demolish (Latin de- + moliri, "to build") - To tear down, destroy, or ruin completely. 9. Demoralize (Latin de- + morale, "morals") - To destroy or weaken the morale or spirits of someone or a group of people. 10. Denounce (Latin de- + nuntiare, "to declare") - To publicly condemn or criticize someone or something. 1. Imbibe (etymology: Latin, "to drink in") - to consume alcohol or any other liquid. 2. Imbroglio (etymology: Italian, "a confusing situation") - a complicated or confused situation. 3. Impassive (etymology: Latin, "without feeling") - without emotion or feeling. 4. Immaculate (etymology: Latin, "without spot") - free from dirt or stain; spotless; perfect. 5. Immaterial (etymology: Latin, "not of matter") - not consisting of physical matter; not relevant or important. 6. Immature (etymology: Latin, "not ripe") - not fully developed; not old or experienced enough. 7. Imminent (etymology: Latin, "about to happen") - about to happen; impending. 8. Immolate (etymology: Latin, "to sacrifice") - to kill or offer as a sacrifice. 9. Immutable (etymology: Latin, "not changeable") - not capable of being changed; unchangeable. 10. Immunize (etymology: Latin, "to make immune") - to make someone or something immune to a particular disease or condition. 1. Unbelievable: Etymology: Late Middle English (in the sense ‘not worthy of belief'): from Old French incroiable, from in- ‘not' + croire ‘believe'. Definition: Too extraordinary or improbable to be believed. 2. Unacceptable: Etymology: Late 16th century: from un- (expressing reversal) + acceptable. Definition: Not satisfactory or not approved of. 3. Unconditional: Etymology: Late Middle English: from un- (expressing reversal) + conditional. Definition: Not subject to any restrictions; absolute. 4. Unconventional: Etymology: Early 19th century: from un- (expressing reversal) + conventional. Definition: Not based on or in agreement with what is generally done or believed. 5. Unforeseen: Etymology: Mid 17th century: from un- (expressing reversal) + foreseeable. Definition: Not anticipated; unexpected. 6. Unfortunate: Etymology: Late Middle English (in the sense ‘unlucky'): from Old French, literally ‘not fortunate', from un- (expressing reversal) + fortune (noun). Definition: Unlucky or adverse; causing misery or suffering. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/liam-connerly/support
Summary The ecosystem for data professionals has matured to the point that there are a large and growing number of distinct roles. With the scope and importance of data steadily increasing it is important for organizations to ensure that everyone is aligned and operating in a positive environment. To help facilitate the nascent conversation about what constitutes an effective and productive data culture, the team at Data Council have dedicated an entire conference track to the subject. In this episode Pete Soderling and Maggie Hays join the show to explore this topic and their experience preparing for the upcoming conference. Announcements Hello and welcome to the Data Engineering Podcast, the show about modern data management Hey there podcast listener, are you tired of dealing with the headache that is the 'Modern Data Stack'? We feel your pain. It's supposed to make building smarter, faster, and more flexible data infrastructures a breeze. It ends up being anything but that. Setting it up, integrating it, maintaining it—it's all kind of a nightmare. And let's not even get started on all the extra tools you have to buy to get it to do its thing. But don't worry, there is a better way. TimeXtender takes a holistic approach to data integration that focuses on agility rather than fragmentation. By bringing all the layers of the data stack together, TimeXtender helps you build data solutions up to 10 times faster and saves you 70-80% on costs. If you're fed up with the 'Modern Data Stack', give TimeXtender a try. Head over to dataengineeringpodcast.com/timextender (https://www.dataengineeringpodcast.com/timextender) where you can do two things: watch us build a data estate in 15 minutes and start for free today. Your host is Tobias Macey and today I'm interviewing Pete Soderling and Maggie Hays about the growing importance of establishing and investing in an organization's data culture and their experience forming an entire conference track around this topic Interview Introduction How did you get involved in the area of data management? Can you describe what your working definition of "Data Culture" is? In what ways is a data culture distinct from an organization's corporate culture? How are they interdependent? What are the elements that are most impactful in forming the data culture of an organization? What are some of the motivations that teams/companies might have in fighting against the creation and support of an explicit data culture? Are there any strategies that you have found helpful in counteracting those tendencies? In terms of the conference, what are the factors that you consider when deciding how to group the different presentations into tracks or themes? What are the experiences that you have had personally and in community interactions that led you to elevate data culture to be it's own track? What are the broad challenges that practitioners are facing as they develop their own understanding of what constitutes a healthy and productive data culture? What are some of the risks that you considered when forming this track and evaluating proposals? What are your criteria for determining whether this track is successful? What are the most interesting, innovative, or unexpected aspects of data culture that you have encountered through developing this track? What are the most interesting, unexpected, or challenging lessons that you have learned while working on selecting presentations for this year's event? What do you have planned for the future of this topic at Data Council events? 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Read our all-new March issue, including thoughts on the future of diesel in school transportation and student ridership tech. Taylor talks visiting San Antonio to see the Superintendent of the Year crowned, experience San Antonio ISD‘s tech-laden propane bus, and eat tacos. Alfred Karam, director of transportation for Shenendehowa Central Schools in New York, discusses celebrating transportation throughout the year and thoughtfully leading the district through technology and electric school bus implementation, albeit with some reservations about EV operational challenges. As always, share your feedback & thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more at stnonline.com/tag/operations.
An explanation of how and when separate share rules and the nuances involved with Income in Respect to the Decedent, IRD, and S Corporation stock. The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, ACTEC, is a professional society of peer-elected trust and estate lawyers in the United States and around the globe. This series offers professionals best practice advice, insights and commentary on subjects that affect the profession and clients. Learn more in this podcast.
If you've been in the keto space, chances are you've heard the name Craig Emmerich and time or two. Craig is an engineer and has taken that approached and followed his wife into the nutrition field. He has dedicated his time to working with hundreds of clients to help heal their bodies and lose weight. Craig also authored the books Keto: The Complete Guide and The Carnivore Cookbook. It was a pleasure to have him back on the podcast and catch up. What you'll hear in this episode: Highlights of his trip to Africa, including a close call with an elephant (2:46) Battling Lyme disease and chromic inflammatory response syndrome (8:43) His nutritional protocol (9:51) The catalyst for the inflammatory response to the Lyme disease (11:15) Hyperbaric therapy (18:10) Craig's definition of strict carnivore (21:10) The benefits of removing coffee from one's diet (25:44) Nuances to protein sparing modified fasting (30:13) Intermittent fasting and chronic restriction (34:38) The importance of context when it comes to PSMF (37:45) The rule of thumb as far as protein consumption is concerned (42:44) Looking at macros (47:27) Supplementation (50:28) Feeding their children (59:19) The Keto Condo (1:07:09) Where to learn more from Craig: Instagram Keto Maria If you loved this episode, and our podcast, please take some time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, or drop us a comment below!
Why does going out to eat cause you to mess up your diet? In this episode we talk about: 1. Messing up your diet with inaccurate food tracking 2. How easy it is to under estimate your calorie intake 3. The TWO choices you need to make to be successful with your long term fat loss4. Flexible dieting 5. Nuances to over restriction & not being honest with your calorie intake 6. The changed food environment that is messing with our intake behavior 7. Our deserving and demanding attitude around food consumption 8. 57% success is an F - how Monday through Thursday isn't enough to get you the success you are looking for 9. No need to seek out calories, they will find you 10. Nuance - flexibility isn't for everyone but it is for some Want a program? https://payhip.com/CalorieDeficitUniversityWant to sign up for coaching? https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdYJp_eLAlWdwP2acJ4rnRCx_POiyxC9ymbDCtA6R04x9i4YA/viewformFind me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/caloriedeficit_/?hl=enTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@lexbabb?lang=en
Good day people!Last week I made training in our Facebook group - Quit Weed and Succeed and I thought it would be a good idea to share it here on the podcast as well, seeing I don't have any guests today.In this episode I talk about identifying triggers, the 4 types of triggers everyone has and the best exercises to discover and conquer them.This will really help you if you are in the first few weeks of quitting marijuana, knowing your triggers is half the battle!Don't forget about our Facebook group, also I have a webinar on Friday on how to quit weed and succeed!See you soon!Visit https://www.mylastjoint.com for more info
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With new listeners coming in every day, we wanted to highlight a couple of the most important episodes of 2022! This is an episode of the Sales Leadership Podcast, where Chris was invited to talk through how organizations can drive revenue in a more predictable way. He covered: What the true definition of demand is, Removing friction in the buying process, making sales easier, Aligning sales and marketing by measuring HIRO pipeline, Nuances between capturing demand and creating demand, How the buyer journey has evolved and what that means for the sales org, and The buyer experience If you have questions for Chris, join the Revenue Vitals Live conversation on zoom by registering here, or submit them ahead of the call here! Also make sure to check out The Vault, where you can find full depth insights and IP beyond the high level live event. Thanks to our friends at Hatch for producing this episode. Get unlimited podcast editing at usehatch.fm.
A new political critique from the authors of The Coming Insurrection, calling for a "destituent process" of outright refusal and utter indifference to government. Now is the phantom chapter to the Invisible Committee's previous book, To Our Friends: a new critique from the anonymous collective that establishes their opposition to the world of capital and its law of labor, addresses current anti-terrorist rhetoric and the ferocious repression that comes with it, and clarifies the end of social democracy and the growing rumors of the need for a coming "civil war." Now emerges at a time when the Invisible Committee's contestation has found echoes throughout the West, with a collapse of trust in the police, an inept weariness on the part of the political system, a growing urgency for opposition, a return of the theme of the Commune, a vanishing distinction between radicals and citizens, and a widespread refusal on the part of the citizen to be governed. As farcical political elections continue to unfold worldwide like a line of tumbling dominoes, and governments increasingly struggle to reclaim a legitimacy that has already slipped out of their grasp, Now clarifies the Invisible Committee's attitude toward all such elections and their outcome: one of utter indifference. Now proposes a "destituent process" that charts out a different path to be taken, a path of outright refusal that simply ignores elections altogether. It is a path that calls for taking over the world and not taking power, for exploring new forms of life and not a new constitution, and for desertion and silence as alternatives to proclamations and crashes. It is also a call for an unprecedented communism—a communism stronger than nation and country.
Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit
This episode is brought to you by InsideTracker, WHOOP, and BiOptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough. This week on The Dhru Purohit Podcast, Dhru welcomes Dr. Mark Hyman for part two of their conversation. This time, their discussion focuses on themes from Dr. Hyman's previous book, Food Fix, and the need for a radical shift in food policy. Dr. Mark Hyman is a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized leader, speaker, educator, and advocate in the field of Functional Medicine. He is the host of one of the leading health podcasts, The Doctor's Farmacy. His new book, Young Forever, is available for purchase everywhere on February 21 or for preorder here. In this episode, Dhru and Dr. Mark Hyman dive into:-Dr. Hyman's latest take on the corruption in the food industry (0:58)-How industry-funded nutrition research yields biased outcomes (4:00)-Tufts University's Food Compass: what it is and why it went viral (18:43)-Potential solutions for fixing corruption in the food industry (38:05)-Why we need to reform food policy from the ground up (47:24)-Addressing the “obesity is genetic” segment on 60 Minutes (55:06)-Why healthy eating is not elitist (1:09:45)-Kindness, community, and coming together for change (1:19:44)Also mentioned in this episode:-Tamar Haspel's Tweet -EWG Good Food on a Tight Budget Shopping Guide-Young Forever, available for preorder here. For more on Dr. Mark Hyman, follow him on Instagram @drmarkhyman, YouTube @drmarkhyman, or his website, https://www.drhyman.com.InsideTracker provides detailed nutrition and lifestyle guidance based on your individual needs. Right now, they're offering my podcast community 20% off. Just go to https://www.insidetracker.com/DHRU to get your discount and try it out for yourself.WHOOP is a personalized digital fitness tracker and health coaching platform that monitors your physiology 24/7 and provides personalized recommendations based on what your body needs. To get yours, go to https://www.join.whoop.com and get 15% off your membership with code DHRU15.Magnesium Breakthrough really stands out from the other magnesium supplements out there. BiOptimizers is offering my community 10% off plus special gift with purchase, so just head over to https://www.magbreakthrough.com/dhru with code DHRU10. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode features MGMA independent consultant Rhonda Buckholtz. Rhonda talks about her consulting experience as well as her thoughts on risk adjustment audits and the costly nature of nuances in coding. Resources: MGMA Consulting: https://www.mgma.com/consulting/overview Rhonda Buckholtz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rhonda-buckholtz-28305a7/ Sponsors: Humana: The latest Value-Based Care Report from Humana outlines many interesting findings and highlights how some physician practices found creative paths to success. Check it out now at Humana.com/VBC. Humana is working closely with physician practices on their value-based journeys. MGMA Events: This episode is brought to you by the Medical Practice Excellence: Financial and Operations Conference 2023, which will be held in Orlando, FL, March 19-21. During our premiere spring event, attendees will gain key insights from both disciplines and learn about topics that shape the future success of medical practice organizations. Go to mgma.com/mpe23 to learn more and to register today. If you would like additional tools and resources related to medical practice leadership email us at email@example.com. Thank you again for taking the time to listen to MGMA's podcast network. If you have opportunities you'd like to share with the MGMA audience, go to www.mgma.com/marketing-with-mgma/advertise to find out how you can connect with the MGMA audience.
Nataliya Goncharova has a university degree in Education, and is experienced in working with kids. Her students are champions of Ukraine, winners of the Belly Dance World Cup and many other prestigious awards. Nataliya co-organized the Dance with Stars Ukraine project, providing free online classes for Ukrainian belly dance students (many of whom are children), while also gathers donations from non-Ukrainian participants for families who escaped temporarily occupied territories during the war in Ukraine.In this episode you will learn about:- Current realities of dance life in Ukraine- Dance With Stars Ukraine project- Nuances of teaching children- Main mistakes in flexibility training- Benefits of doing a belly vacuum practiceShow Notes to this episode:Find Nataliya Goncharova on Instagram, FB, and YouTube.Check out the next SharQui Instructor Academy beginning April 3rd. Apply at sharqui.com/teachFollow Iana on Instagram, FB, and Youtube . Check out her online classes and intensives at the Iana Dance Club.Find information on how you can support Ukraine and Ukrainian belly dancers HERE.Podcast: www.ianadance.com/podcast
WBSRocks: Business Growth with ERP and Digital Transformation
Buying a machine is an expensive investment that most companies would think twice before thinking about replacing. Also, replacement decisions could be complex as various factors need to be considered including buy vs maintain, and the overall cost of ownership for both of these decisions including taxes. If you are thinking of replacing, machinery dealers could not only help you maintain but might be able to sell at the carrying costs on your balance sheet, if not for profit.In today's episode, our guest, Noah Graff, shares insights about the business model of machinery dealers. He also talks about the best practices of working with a machinery dealer. Finally, he compares different machines and how a different strategy might be required for each of these cases.For more information on growth strategies for SMBs using ERP and digital transformation, visit our community at wbs.rocks or elevatiq.com. To ensure that you never miss an episode of the WBS podcast, subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform.
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Clinician's Brief: The Podcast
We've said it before, and we'll say it again: cats are not small dogs. In this episode, nutritionist Dr. Donna Raditic sits down with host Dr. Beth Molleson to discuss the unique nutritional needs of our feline friends. They also dig into how to support cats with unintended weight loss throughout the process of a diagnostic investigation, as well as how to keep the scales tipping in their favor while managing chronic conditions.Resource:https://go.dechra-us.com/miratazContact us:Podcast@briefmedia.comWhere to find us:Cliniciansbrief.com/podcastsFacebook.com/clinciansbriefTwitter: @cliniciansbriefInstagram: @clinicians.briefThe Team:Beth Molleson, DVM - HostSarah Pate - Producer & Project Manager, Marketing ServicesRandall Stupka - Podcast Production & Sound Editing
On Season 3, Episode 5 of the Adoptee Thoughts Podcast, Scott McCreary, Leigh Ann Baglin, Katie Ares, and host, Melissa Guida-Richards discuss the siblings reunion journey, including the ups and downs. About the Adoptees: Scott McCreary is a 39-year old adoptee from South Korea. He grew up in Oklahoma and presently lives in Missouri with his wife. Currently working at a local hospital and extremely happy to experience life with my siblings and catch up on all the time passed by. Leigh Ann Baglin is a 37 year-old South Korean adoptee residing in New Jersey with her husband and two biological children. She currently holds her LSW and works as a school therapist at the middle and high school levels. She has worked in various mental health settings such as adoption agencies, school-based youth programs, child welfare agencies, and group homes. Leigh is in active reunion with her birth father and is looking forward to growing with and sharing experiences with Katie and Scott. Katie Ares is a 40-year-old Korean adoptee. Born in Kyungsan, South Korea, Katie was adopted at the age of three months. Raised as an only child, she lived in Pennsylvania before her family moved to Central Florida (which she considers her hometown). Most of Katie's career has been spent in roles within the nonprofit sector. Katie now calls Arizona home, where she spends her free time exploring the outdoors with her husband and two dogs. Katie is grateful to have connected with Leigh and Scott, and is enjoying the important role of being an unni and noona. How to connect: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scott_a_mccreary/ https://www.instagram.com/leighanners/ _________ To read more of the work by your host Melissa Guida-Richards and resources available for purchase from panels to workshops, to book club information go to adopteethoughts.com or her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adoptee_thoughts/ Her book are available anywhere books are sold.
Pour ce 1er épisode de la saison 3, je reçois Chloé Bonnard. Photographe, entrepreneuse et fondatrice du collectif "Les Nanas d'Paname", Chloé a fait le chemin depuis sa Suisse natale pour partager son regard sur la manière dont nous sommes capable de traverser les périodes les plus difficiles de notre vie.. Elle nous raconte comment elle utilise la peur et l'intuition avec audace pour se remettre en mouvement, et comment donner ce que l'on n'a pas nous nourrit plus qu'on ne le croit. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
When you stay ready, you ain't got to get ready. That proved to work in WVZ MFG Publishing Co's favor, when Dave Giles II landed songwriting placement on one of the most talked about albums of 2022. With this interview being recorded back in November, when the Grammy nominations were first announced, Dave and his business partner, Daryl Garrett Jr., shared their insight on how they're empowering Black artists through their boutique music publishing company, the challenges they've had to navigate personally and professionally, and the intentional steps they're capitalizing on since becoming Grammy nominated. NOTES Follow me on Twitter at @georgette and Instagram @georgettepierre. Follow the podcast at @blacknuancedpod on Twitter and Instagram. Learn more about WVZ MFG Publishing Co at www.wvzmfg.com. Follow them on Instagram and Twitter at @wvzmfg. Follow Dave Giles II @davegilesii on all social media platforms, his group Dave & Sam at @daveandsammusic, and Daryl on Twitter @DGtheEnigma. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blacknuancedpod/support
In this episode, Rand Gifford talks about how cannabis can either be profitable or not depending on how you grow it and how you sell it. Make farming easier with the Paperpot Transplanter and Other Small Farm Equipment at https://www.paperpot.co/ Follow PaperpotCo on IG https://instagram.com/paperpotco Podcasts by Diego Footer: Microgreens: https://apple.co/2m1QXmW Vegetable Farming: https://apple.co/2lCuv3m Livestock Farming: https://apple.co/2m75EVG Large Scale Farming: https://apple.co/2kxj39i Small Farm Tools https://www.paperpot.co/
Join Certified Financial Planners Greg Cooley and Bubba Labas as they discuss the intricacies of retirement plans.
Peak Human - Unbiased Nutrition Info for Optimum Health, Fitness & Living
Natalie Kovarik Natalie is a Ranch wife, mother, and social entrepreneur. She's grown from an instagram following to include her own podcast, clothing line, an online course, and she now hosts marketing retreats for women in rural lifestyles. Natalie's website: https://nataliekovarik.com Tara Vander Dussen Tara is a 5th generation dairy farmer, environmental scientist, farm wife, and mother to 2 girls. She serves as president of United Dairy Women, a charity dedicated to providing dairy to families in New Mexico. A passionate advocate for all things dairy farming. She's proudly known as the New Mexico Milkmaid when sharing online. Her mission is to share the truth about dairy farming and weed out the misconceptions about farming and farm life. Tara's Website: https://taravanderdussen.com/ Together with Tara they host the DiscoverAg podcast and help women with agriculture marketing with their Ecourses and Facebook community ElevateAg. GET THE MEAT http://NosetoTail.org FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE http://sapien.org SHOW NOTES [4:28] - Nuances of the ranching solution. [8:00] - Types of ranching operations [11:15] - Breakdown of farm sizes and stats in the US [13:00] - Common misconception that cows spend their lives in cages [15:10] - Cattle are naturally herd animals, it gives off a misconception that they're always packed super close together when on pastures [17:53] - The majority of people have been fed the propaganda that meat is the enemy [21:00] - Are there bad players/practices in the industry? [28:40] There's a lot of arguments about how we get our food, but ultimately we still need some amount of efficiency for such large populations [34:45] How has the quality of milk/meat changed? Can cows actually eat corn and non-traditional diets. [39:52] Is marbled meat bad? [48:39] What are some of the differences in nutrition with lab grown meat? [53:10] - Is climate change a human cause? What's the truth? [59:29] Meat based diets are making a comeback and gaining traction over veganism. GET THE MEAT http://NosetoTail.org FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE http://sapien.org Follow along: http://twitter.com/FoodLiesOrg http://instagram.com/food.lies http://facebook.com/FoodLiesOrg
American Institute of CPAs - Personal Financial Planning (PFP)
A lot of information is flying around on the importance of SECURE 2.0 and what this means for retirement planning. Get the bottom line of what you need to think about for your clients in this episode of the PFP Section podcast. Bob Keebler, CPA/PFS, interviews retirement expert, Ed Slott, CPA. Ed shares: His take on the bill The issue of needing to take RMDs in years 1-9 when inheriting an IRA from someone who had already begun RMDs was not fixed His concern with what the replacement of the 50% penalty on missed RMDs may mean Nuances with IRS rule 72(t) The importance of thinking about the big picture when deciding whether deferral makes sense And more Access resources related to this podcast: Note: If you're using a podcast app that does not hyperlink to the resources, visit https://pfplanning.libsyn.com/pfp to access show notes with direct links. Save the date for an in-depth webcast with Bob Keebler on February 1st and February 6th from 1:00 to 2:30 pm EST, SECURE 2.0: New retirement planning opportunities for your clients. Access the Proactive Planning Toolkit for decision charts to use with your clients and more. This episode is brought to you by the AICPA's Personal Financial Planning Section, the premier provider of information, tools, advocacy and guidance for professionals who specialize in providing tax, estate, retirement, risk management and investment planning advice. Also, by the CPA/PFS credential program, which allows CPAs to demonstrate competence and confidence in providing these services to their clients. Visit us online at www.aicpa.org/pfp to join our community, gain access to valuable member-only benefits or learn about our PFP certificate program. Subscribe to the PFP Podcast channel at Libsyn to find all the latest episodes or search “AICPA Personal Financial Planning” on your favorite podcast app.
C'est la reine des fleurs, celle qui jamais ne lasse : la rose. Cela fait quatre générations qu'on la cultive dans la famille Biancalana, installée à Grasse, près de Nice, dans le sud-est de la France. La rose, symbole des amoureux, est aussi la favorite des parfumeurs. François Demachy, créateur de parfum et célèbre nez de Dior, ne jure que par elle. Son parfum et ses couleurs font sensation, son goût aussi ! À Provins, en Seine-et-Marne, la recette du confit de rose est un incontournable pour les gourmets délicats.
The Desi VC: Indian Venture Capital | Angel Investors | Startups | VC
Yash Jain is the Founder and General Partner at Sparrow Capital, an early-stage micro VC fund that invests upto $500K in SaaS, B2B, Fintech, and Consumer Internet sectors in India with investments in companies such as Mailmodo, Qoohoo, Bimaplan, GoKwik, Superfone among others. Prior to Sparrow, Yash had two stints with large VC funds in India – Kalaari Capital and Arkam Ventures, and also worked at Flipkart as an analyst. Episode notes: 1. Why venture as a career path? (2:20)2. The difficulties of launching a new fund as a millennial (10:48)3. Nuances and learnings from investing in India (16:07)4. What founders in India can do better (36:00)5. What can Indian VC improve on doing better (44:45)6. Lessons learned from Yash's time in the US and the future plan for Sparrow (54:32)7. Advice for young fund managers (1:02:46). . . Social Links: Sparrow Capital on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sparrowcapvcYash Jain on Twitter: https://twitter.com/yash_sparrowPodcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thedesi_vcAkash Bhat on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bhatvakashPodcast on Instagram: https://instagram.com/thedesivcAkash Bhat on Instagram: https://instagram.com/bhatvakash
Guest Peter Jastreboff had considered a variety of paths to travel at college, from politics to medicine. When he actually started, his interests remained varied, diverging from those early thoughts and staying seemingly scattered. He ended up melding computer science and psychology into a major to better understand neural networks and minoring in religion. Put those pursuits together with his extensive time at the college radio station and it's clear that at the core of his interests lies a fascination with the nature of human interaction.Ultimately, after college, he found himself where technology and finance interact—first creating his own company with a college classmate and then taking on a number of technology management roles at financial firms large and small. Over time, though, he learned that it was the human side of the business that appealed as much as the technology.In this episode, find out from Pete how searching for a sense of belonging and listening to the nuances of culture can sometimes be the key to everything…on Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestPeter Jasterboff is a global technology leader who has spent a career in the finance industry. He is currently VP of Client Services at Talos, helping provide institutional-grade technology infrastructure for digital assets trading. Though he's been in all the world's financial centers, he's recently moved with his wife and children to London. For another story about moving around the world and finding the core meaning in what you're doing beyond the industry, listen to our episode with Shuhei Sekiguchi.Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.comExecutive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian BurrowsEmail the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
Learn English Through Listening
English Phrases: Learn the Nuances of UK Business Vocabulary If you're looking to become a global professional, mastering Business English is an absolute must. Learning UK specific business vocabulary can open up a world of opportunities, both professionally and personally. With this English language learning lesson, you'll be able to start to gain the skills needed to effectively communicate and work with UK businesses. Don't let the language barrier hold you back from reaching your goals - learn UK business English today! If you feel we have helped you please consider supporting us https://adeptengli.sh/donate This English language learning lesson is also designed to be beneficial for those who are looking to work in the UK, or for those who engage with UK businesses. Whether you're looking for a job in the UK, or if you need to communicate with a UK-based company, this lesson will give you the tools to navigate the world of UK business English with confidence. With this knowledge, you'll be able to communicate effectively and make sure your message is understood. At Adept English, we use a system of language learning based on language acquisition, just as children learn their first language. This method has been proven to be more effective than traditional language learning. With this system, you can enjoy the cognitive benefits of language learning such as higher standardised test scores, improved analytical skills, and enhanced memory and multitasking abilities. Learn more today and unlock the opportunities that come with mastering UK business English. ✔Lesson transcript: https://adeptenglish.com/lessons/english-phrases-master-uk-business-english/ Numerous studies have demonstrated the cognitive benefits of language learning. For example, a study conducted by the British Academy showed that learning a second language increased critical thinking skills, creativity, flexibility of mind and empathy. A 2007 study in Harwich, Massachusetts, also showed that students who studied a foreign language in an articulated sequence outperformed their non-foreign language learning peers on the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS) test after two-three years. Additionally, a study conducted in Canada with young children showed that those who are bilingual developed the concept of “object permanence” at an earlier age.
The Options Insider Radio Network
Host: Mark Longo, Options Insider Media Group Co-Host: Dan Passarelli, Market Taker Mentoring On this episode of 2023, Mark and Dan discuss: The trends data for selling puts, Their interest in VXX, Buying a call on margin, Hot options trading strategy for 2023 and much more...
Host: Mark Longo, Options Insider Media Group Co-Host: Dan Passarelli, Market Taker Mentoring On this episode of 2023, Mark and Dan discuss: The trends data for selling puts, Their interest in VXX, Buying a call on margin, Hot options trading strategy for 2023 and much more...
MLOps Coffee Sessions #140 with Sakib Dadi, The Evolution of ML Infrastructure sponsored by Wallaroo. // Abstract The toolkit and infrastructure empowering machine learning practitioners are advancing as ML adoption accelerates. We'll go through the current landscape of ML tooling, startups, and new projects from an investor's perspective. // Bio Sakib is a vice president in the San Francisco office where he primarily focuses on early-stage investments in developer platforms, data infrastructure, and machine learning. He has been involved with Bessemer's investments in Prefect, Coiled, Arcion, Periscope Data (acquired by Sisense), Okera, npm (acquired by GitHub), and LaunchDarkly. Before joining Bessemer, Sakib worked in product at Viagogo, an international marketplace for buying and selling tickets for live events. Sakib also worked in the technology investment banking group at Morgan Stanley and as an engineer at Innova Dynamics (acquired by TPK), a startup manufacturing flexible touchscreen displays. // MLOps Jobs board https://mlops.pallet.xyz/jobs // MLOps Swag/Merch https://mlops-community.myshopify.com/ // Related Links --------------- ✌️Connect With Us ✌️ ------------- Join our slack community: https://go.mlops.community/slack Follow us on Twitter: @mlopscommunity Sign up for the next meetup: https://go.mlops.community/register Catch all episodes, blogs, newsletters, and more: https://mlops.community/ Connect with Demetrios on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dpbrinkm/ Connect with Sakib on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sakib-dadi-77938937/ Timestamps: [00:00] Sakib's preferred coffee [00:13] Introduction to Sakib Dadi [01:33] Sakib's background [02:40] Shout out to this episode's Sponsor, Wallaroo! [04:17] ML investing [05:57] Investing regrets [08:06] Transformers are today what would be tomorrow? [09:18] Company that you wish existed now [10:23] Current thoughts on the MLOps market [12:32] MLOps transition to Generative AI [15:52] Mind maps [17:03] Jasper [22:14] Intersection [24:10] Differences in models in-house [26:08] Orchestration space [28:23] Nuances of Monitoring [29:20] Demetrios' theory on Monitoring [31:48] Non-funded Monitoring Companies [34:29] Investment risks [36:55] Orchestration markets [39:38] MLOps market at a plateau [42:14] Vertical problems, vertical solutions [45:45] Sakib starting a company [50:10] Structuring deals [51:50] Infrastructure tools [53:26] Firing a founder [53:49] Parting ways with a founder [57:07] Wrap up
In this episode, I sit down with recurring guest and fellow Rise Up Nutrition dietician Jenna Stranzl. Jenna is a marathon runner, doggie lover, registered dietitian and sports nutritionist. We revisit a topic at the heart of Riise Up Nutrition, relative energy deficiency in sports (RED-S). This is a topic I first covered way back on episode 2, “What is RED-S?”, which I recommend you check out, alongside episode 5 “Eating Disorders, To Exercise or Not to Exercise?”. First, Jenna and I breakdown relative energy deficiency in sport, defining key characteristics like underfueling and energy needs for athletes. We discuss how RED-S differs from the female athlete triad: all genders, body sizes, and ability of athletes can be diagnosed with RED-S, highlighting the key signs and symptoms, touching on the importance of working with a dietitian throughout the diagnosis and recovery processes. In the second part of this episode, Jenna and I each talk about our own journeys with nutrition and exercise: from past eating disorders, disordered eating and exercise patterns, RED-S and poor health, to finding food freedom and joyful relationships with movement. We leave listeners with a promise that RED-S recovery IS worth it and you will be better off for it! We're here to help you or anyone you know overcome nutrition-related and fueling concerns, reach out and start your path to recovery now! For more on RED-S, check out episode 2 “What is RED-S?” https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-is-red-s/id1537395854?i=1000499401138 And episode 5 “Eating Disorders, To Exercise or Not to Exercise?” https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/eating-disorders-to-exercise-or-not-to-exercise/id1537395854?i=1000501202202 Follow Jenna on Instagram @_jennalee @glycojennalysis and me, your host Lindsey Cortes, on Instagram @female.athlete.nutrition Need help with your fueling? Want to get in touch with Lindsey? Interested in the Female Athlete System of Transformation? Head to www.RiseUpNutritionRUN.com to learn more & book a call! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: InsideTracker: www.insidetracker.com/riseup for 20% off the entire store for a limited time only! THIS PODCAST IS ALSO SUPPORTED BY: Orgain, head to www.orgain.com and use the code RISEUP30 for 30% off your first order. Repeat customers can use the code OA2203 for 25% off future orders. Practice Better Click the link below to view plans and get a 14-day free trial. Then use the code RISEUP20 for 20% off your first 4 months: https://practicebetter.grsm.io/runp In this episode we talk about: 5:00 What is relative energy deficiency in sports (RED-S)? How does RED-S differ from the Female Athlete Triad? 8:00 Understanding energy balance, energy availability, and nutritional needs for athletes 11:00 Signs and symptoms of underfueling 12:50 Broadening the diagnosis criteria: RED-S can occur at any weight, age, and performance level 17:00 Bringing men into the conversation: all genders can suffer from RED-S 19:30 Diagnosing RED-S and the importance of working with a sports dietitian. Nuances of RED-S, within day energy deficits and accidental underfueling. 24:15 What we mean by “underfueling”, with or without RED-S 29:30 Nutrition fundamentals and guardrails to avoid underfueling 31:00 Weight loss and underfueling 40:30 Jenna's personal experience with weight gain: coping with the RED-S recovery process and body changes 42:15 Optimal health and fitness comes in different body shapes, sizes, and weights 44:05 Eating disorders and disordered eating 48:15 Jenna's past experiences with eating disorders, disordered eating, and RED-S. Relapse, diet culture, marathon training, ADD/ ADHD, and comparison to a younger self. 57:15 Lindsey's past experiences with nutrition and exercise, potential RED-S and disordered eating beginning in high school. From injuries and an eating disorder, to underfueling for athletics, to stopping exercise and gaining weight. 1:05:05 Gut health as a symptom of RED-S and underfueling 1:05:55 The importance of RED-S awareness and diagnoses for recovery 1:06:55 Exercise during and after RED-S recovery 1:09:00 You can feel better! RED-S recovery IS worth it!
Women Power Podcast with Wafa Alobaidat
Sawsan Chammas Haber, has made her mark in the interior design world since 1996, first as the main designer at one of the prestigious firms in Beirut, then within Dubai based Dipiugi interior design Studio, by handling highly luxurious projects that she has designed and executed in the UAE.In this episode, she talks about her road to success and life as an entrepreneur and how she established her own furniture brand specialized in kids interiors, K-Kids. This eventually led her to securing two furniture franchises to the UAE: the Italian Giovanni Sforza and Estetik Decor, a Turkish brand.Sawsan Chammas Haber is an Entrepreneur and interior designer who has made a name for herself in the interior architecture space through an aesthetic style where she perfectly draws the contours of elegance in both sleek contemporary and classical luxury. Sawsan has been featured in many magazines since her early beginnings like Emirates home, OK Middle East, Lamasat and many others. But it was in 2009 that she started her TV appearances as a weekly guest on MBC morning show for more than two years discussing various subjects related to her field that made her a known public figure.She organized many workshops and videos in collaboration with some international brands such as Ferrero Rocher Middle East and Swarovski, Dubai speaking about different design-related subjects giving home styling tips. Tune into her episode to know all about her story!
CoreNet Global's What's Next Podcast
Understanding the nuances behind cybersecurity insurance policies Written By: Jason Lund CoreNet Global's the SOURCE magazine, December 2022 According to a recent report from Cybersecurity Ventures magazine, cybercrime is expected to account for a loss of $10.5 trillion globally by 2025 – a staggering number that is roughly half of the recorded U.S. gross domestic product in 2021. Unfortunately, many building owners and operators today have a common misconception that their properties are sufficiently covered if a cyberattack were to occur.
UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence
This week on the podcast, I'm joined by three of my Advanced Certification in Feminist Coaching students, Sade Curry, Candice Toone, and Karen C.L. Anderson as we break down how patriarchal conditioning affects the way our mothers parent us. Tune is as we discuss mothers and mothering, how socialization impacts what we expect from mothers, and what work you can do (even on your own) to repair a mother or parental relationship in your life. Get full show notes and more information here: https://unfuckyourbrain.com/268
In this final episode of the Accessible Yoga Podcast, Anjali and Jivana discuss: What does it mean to make yoga accessible? The danger of oversimplifying a yoga practice The importance of reflecting on who we see as “experts” in yoga How caste still influences yoga today The nuances of saying “I'm not the teacher for everyone” Accessible Yoga Association's newest podcast - For the Love of Yoga with Anjali Rao
Mike is back and talks with Matt and Miranda about who and how much to tip for the holidays, anonymous donating, and Matt shares an etiquette breakthrough.
Alyssa Amoroso wears many, many hats (in life and in fashion). Aka @Publyssity on Instagram, Alyssa joins Remy and Emily today to talk about all things body image, relationships and self worth, and of course, *fashion*. A former publicist turned influencer, Alyssa gives the 411 on her professional background before getting into her personal experiences with fashion. She shares how her body has changed, the newfound food allergies she's been dealing with, and her struggles with self-talk. They talk about dressing for your body, and Alyssa brings up how you don't have to have any certain body type to recreate a look. Do you feel comfortable in what you're wearing? That's all that matters. They wrap up with a discussion about trends (yes, it's ok to like them), before Remy gives some sound advice—outfit repeating is good PR. It's what we like to call “personal branding.” Check out our latest promo codes here: https://betches.com/promos Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Keys To The Shop : Equipping the Coffee Retail Professional
Cupping is as close to a sacred act as we get in the world of coffee evaluation. It is a ubiquitous ritual that comes with its own language, implements, and is considered by many to be THE way that we can determine what a coffee has to offer. But what if cupping is not the end all be all we assume it to be? What if certain aspects of cupping are not to be worried about so much allowing us to explore other, dare we say, better ways to to evaluate a coffee? In this episode of RoR from Roast Magazine we get to see how recent scientific discoveries have shown us we can stop worrying and start tasting on a new level through an article called "Why We Can Stop Worrying About ExtractionYield in Cupping" w/ the author and coffee legend, Charlie Habegger! Charlie is a coffee buyer with field experience in over 20 producing countries. He has built sourcing and quality systems with Intelligentsia, Handsome Coffee Roasters, and Blue Bottle. He has been a U.S. Barista Championship finalist and a subject of the documentary film "Barista" (2015). He has volunteered with the Coffee Quality Institute leading local Q-grader teams in Myanmar and the Philippines. Charlie is now proudly with Royal Coffee in the Bay Area, where he has the fun title of "Sourcing Curator and Placement Specialist", a project-based position of sourcing and marketing. Before Royal, Charlie was a legal cannabis buyer in California's Emeral Triangle, an experience that renewed his love for California and specialty agriculture of all kinds. He thinks constantly about the vast distances many of us never get to cross as consumers. In our conversation we cover: Pivotal cupping experiences The language of Correct vs incorrect Is cupping the ultimate way to explore potential? The epiphany in the Philippines Cultural context and objectivity Study that addresses extraction yield in cupping Introducing other methods Timing when you taste coffee and where cupping fits Deciding on definition and what is important before tasting The role of history and relationship in cupping Advice for new businesses developing preferences and systems Subscribe to Roast Magazine! Use code "ROR" to get $5 off Links: www.royalcoffee.com www.roastmagazine.com Related Episodes: RoR #1: A Conversation w/ Anne Cooper of Equilibrium Master Roasters RoR #2: Exploring Quality Control w/ Spencer Turer of Coffee Enterprises RoR #3: Making Contingency Planning a Reality w/ Andi Trindle Mersch of Philz Coffee RoR #4: Practical Thermal Dynamics w/ Candice Madison of Royal Coffee / The Crown Oak RoR #5: Time and Color in Roasting w/ Morten Munchow of Coffee Mind” RoR #6: Buying Less and Doing More w/ Ever Meister RoR #7 Illustrative Sample Roasting w/ Mike Ebert of Firedancer Coffee Consultants ROR #8 How Post-Harvest Processing Impacts Flavor w/ Siva Subramanian and Byron Holcomb of Olam Food Ingredients RoR #9 Inside the Roaster's Tool Kit w/ Kat Melheim of Black and White Coffee and The Coffee People Zine RoR #10 : What Your Broker Wishes You Knew w/ Scott Merle of La Minita Coffee RoR #11 : Exploring Scent w/ Sandra Elisa Loofbourow RoR #12 : Inside Coffee Packaging w/ Ever Meister RoR #13 : The NORM ROAST Protocol w/ Dave Baxter RoR #14: How to Roast New Processing Methods w/ Mike Ebert RoR #15 : Managing LTL Freight and the Nuances of green Shipping w/ Evan Gilman of Royal Coffee RoR #16 : Ideal Resting Times for Roasted Coffee w/ Joey Stazzone of Cafe Kreyol
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NUGGET CONTEXT David speaks about the limitations of the feedback sandwich where the detailed negative feedback is often sandwiched between cursory positive feedback. He speaks about a better way of delivering direct feedback with empathy. GUEST David has been teaching the landmark Interpersonal Dynamics course (informally called as Touchy Feely by many) at Stanford for over 50 years. He has distilled some of his learnings and insight from these five decades in a recently published book titled – Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends and Colleagues. It is always a pleasure to speak to somebody who has spent decades honing a certain craft. We start with discussing the six markers of an exceptional relationship, then move on to talking about the criticality of the right language, then we talk about the notion of crossing the net, something that is possibly at the root of a large part of the misunderstanding between humans. This is one of those things that is so simple and can have such a transformational impact on our lives if we can apply it consistently. We then talk about how we can build the interpersonal muscle with kids and the right kind of vulnerability that we should consider showing at our work place. This conversation could be relevant for anybody who is working with people, which practically means all of us! Published in Dec 2022. HOST Deepak is a Leadership Advisor and an Executive Coach. He works with leaders to improve their effectiveness and in helping them make better decisions specifically around organizational and career transitions. He currently runs Transition Insight (www.transitioninsight.com) and works with leaders to handle phases of transition thoughtfully. He has worked as an Operations Consultant with KPMG in UK, Strategy Consultant with McKinsey in the US and as a Leadership Consultant with EgonZehnder (a Swiss Leadership Advisory firm) where he helped companies recruit CEOs, CXOs and Board Members and worked on Leadership Development. Deepak is a certified CEO Coach and is an alumnus of IIT Madras, IIM Ahmedabad and London Business School. His detailed profile can be found at https://in.linkedin.com/in/djayaraman OTHER GUESTS 1.Vijay Amritraj 2.Amish Tripathi 3.Raghu Raman 4.Papa CJ 5.Kartik Hosanagar 6.Ravi Venkatesan 7.Abhijit Bhaduri 8.Viren Rasquinha 9.Prakash Iyer 10.Avnish Bajaj 11.Nandan Nilekani 12.Atul Kasbekar 13.Karthik Reddy 14.Pramath Sinha 15.Vedika Bhandarkar 16.Vinita Bali 17.Zia Mody 18.Rama Bijapurkar 19.Dheeraj Pandey 20.Anu Madgavkar 21.Vishy Anand 22. Meher Pudumjee 23.KV Shridhar (Pops) 24.Suresh Naraynan 25.Devdutt Pattanaik 26.Jay Panda 27.Amit Chandra 28.Chandramouli Venkatesan 29.Roopa Kudva 30.Vinay Sitapati 31.Neera Nundy. 32.Deepa Malik 33.Bombay Jayashri. 34.Arun Maira 35.Ambi Parameswaran 36.OP Bhaat 37.Indranil Chakraborty 38.Tarun Khanna 39. Ramachandra Guha 40. Stewart Friedman 41. Rich Fernandez 42. Falguni Nayar 43. Rajat Gupta 44. Kartik Hosanagar 45. Michael Watkins 46. Matt Dixon 47. Herminia Ibarra 48. Paddy Upton 49. Tasha Eurich 50. Alan Eagle 51. Sudhir Sitapati 52. James Clear 53. Lynda Gratton 54. Jennifer Petriglieri. 55. Matthew Walker 56. Raj Raghunathan 57. Jennifer Garvey Berger 58. BJ Fogg 59. R Gopolakrishnan 60. Sir Andrew Likierman. 61. Atul Khatri 62. Whitney Jonson 63. Venkat Krishnan 64. Marshall Goldsmith 65. Ashish Dhawan 66. Vinay Sitapati 67. Ashley Whillans 68. Tenzin Priyadarshi 69. Ramesh Srinivasan 70. Bruce Feiler 71. Sanjeev Aggarwal and T. N. Hari 72. Bill Carr 73. Jennifer Wetzler 74. Sally Helgesen 75. Dan Cable 76. Tom Vanderbilt 77. Darleen DeRosa 78. Amy Edmondson 79. Katy Milkman 80. Harish Bhatt 81. Lloyd Reeb 82. Sukhinder Cassidy 83. Harsh Mariwala 84. Rajiv Vij 85. Dorie Clark 86. Ayse Birsel 87. Ravi Venkatesan E2 88. Pradeep Chakravarthy 89. Dan Pink 90. Alisa Cohn 91. Ayelet Fishbach 92. Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg 93. Raghu Ananthnarayanan 94. Tarun Khanna EP2 95. Manjari Jaruhar 96. Ethan Kross DISCLAIMER All content and opinions expressed in the podcast are that of the guests and are not necessarily the opinions of Deepak Jayaraman and Transition Insight Private Limited. Views expressed in comments to blog are the personal opinions of the author of the comment. They do not necessarily reflect the views of The Company or the author of the blog. Participants are responsible for the content of their comments and all comments that are posted are in the public domain. The Company reserves the right to monitor, edit, and/or publish any submitted comments. Not all comments may be published. Any third-party comments published are third party information and The Company takes no responsibility and disclaims all liability. The Company reserves the right, but is not obligated to monitor and delete any comments or postings at any time without notice.
To learn more about The Flex Fam Membership, visit https://www.metflexlife.com/theflexfam Have you ever used pre-exhaustion as a tool for reaching a specific goal in training? Join Rachel's weekly newsletter: https://www.metflexlife.com/newsletter Rachel Gregory is a Board-Certified Nutritionist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Podcaster, and founder of MetFlex Life. She is also the author of the international best-selling book, "21-Day Ketogenic Diet Weight Loss Challenge." Rachel received her Master's Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor's Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. Rachel completed the first-ever human clinical trial looking at the effects of the Ketogenic Diet in non-elite CrossFit athletes, which is published in the International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine. Currently, in her day-to-day coaching business, Rachel guides her clients to becoming the best, most confident version of themselves. She has a passion for educating those dedicated to optimizing their physical and mental well-being while improving long-term health and fitness goals. Her most popular course, Keto for Women, has helped women all across the world learn how to ditch the restrictive, all-or-nothing mindset associated with keto and instead thrive through the power of metabolic flexibility. You can connect and learn more about Rachel's work by visiting her website www.metflexlife.com Social Links: Youtube: @rachelgregory Instagram: @rachelgregory.cns TikTok: @metflexlife Facebook: @metflexlife Primary Programs: Keto For Women Muscle Science For Women
On our last episode for Season 3 we answer your questions! We cover: Questions around diagnosis, including the process of getting a diagnosis, grief and identity issues around late diagnosis, when to tell kids about their diagnosis, and the pros and cons of diagnosis Why is it that some neurodivergent people seem to ‘thrive in chaos' and others need clear structure, routine, and processes? Imposter Syndrome Strategies for removing sensory and practical barriers to self care. Can medication help executive functioning issues in autistic adults? Nuances in sensory processing – sensitivity to multisensory environments versus specific triggers and tactile defensiveness. Social anxiety disorder versus autistic social anxiety. Different aspects of interoceptive awareness. Strategies to make your work life less draining for you and a better fit. Thanks everyone who sent in questions, and listen out in Season 4 for full episodes on some of the meatier topic suggestions and questions! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website: www.ndwomanpod.com Visit our websites to attend upcoming client and professional development webinars: Michelle's website: https://www.michellelivock.com/ Monique's website: http://moniquemitchelson.com.au/ We are on Patreon! Check out our Patreon page to support us, as we aim to make quality mental health care information accessible to everyone: www.patreon.com/ndwomanpod See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Smart Nutrition, Made Simple Show with Ben Brown
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How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Today, we are joined by Simon Jonna to talk about the nuances of NNN leases. He is an accomplished industry leader, broker and author throughout his career. Simon's received National Achievement Award honors, in addition to recognition in the Wall Street Journal, the commercial real estate Hall of Fame and the Business 30 in the thirties. [00:01 - 05:52] How It Started Out Simon shares how he started out as a stock boy in a grocery store and transitioned into a stock broker Simon talks about his journey from stock broker to real estate broker and how it was a play by play process How he is now an investment sales broker and oversees a national team [05:52 - 13:06] Net Lease Opportunities in the Current Market How the Jonah Group focuses on the net lease market, and how they are able to exploit opportunities in this market How the blending and extending of leases is one instance of an opportunity that the Jonah Group has been successful in seizing How understanding the market gave the Jonah Group an advantage on arbitrage [13:07 - 17:10] Tips from Real Estate Deal Junkie on How to Survive the Current Market Due to the "what if factor" of what can occur in the future, investors' hunger for real estate has shifted in 2022 How investors are quite cautious,even though there are still opportunities for acquisitions Why investors will be interested in upside plays, bite-sized buys, and foreclosures [17:11 - 21:01] Closing Segment Reach out to Simon! Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “This is why people love real estate, the great arbitrage. You have seven-cap cvs and before you close or. Post closing one or the other, you are able to take this deal to market,and manifest it.” - Simon Jonna “The deal junkies will always look to trade.” - Simon Jonna ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Simon! LinkedIn: Simon Jonna. Website: JonnaGroup.com. Email: email@example.com Book Recommendations: Diary of a Deal Maker 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 → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Simon Jonna: A lot of firms, a lot of the big houses in the real estate world, commercial real estate, not, not, not necessarily residential. They like to preach, uh, specialties in, in areas of specialization that that's a good thing. I think you're able to build a brand more expedient that way, and I think you're able to emblematize yourself as a practitioner, Hey, I'm a retail expert, or, Hey, I'm a multi-family expert, or, Hey, I happen to be a hospitality expert. [00:00:39] Sam Wilson: Simon Jonas, an accomplished industry leader, broker and author throughout his career. Simon's received National Achievement Award honors, in addition to recognition in the Wall Street Journal, the commercial real estate Hall of Fame and de Business 30 in the thirties. Simon, welcome to the show. [00:00:51] Simon Jonna: Thank you. Thanks for having me. [00:00:55] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. The pleasure is mine, Simon, there are three questions I ask every guest who comes from the show in 90 seconds or less. You know, tell me where did you start, where are you now, and how did you get? [00:01:03] Simon Jonna: I started as we talked on this earlier, Sam, as a stock boy in a grocery store. And that was my upbringing very early on sub teams. And then I transited into a stock broker, so from stock board to stock broker. And that was my onset. And, as of today, I'm an investment sales broker. I oversee a national team known as the DON Group, flagged by Colliers inter. And what was the third tier to that question? [00:01:33] Sam Wilson: Where'd you start? I don't even remember my own question here. Simon, where'd you start? How'd you get there? There we go. [00:01:37] Simon Jonna: How'd I get there? I'd like to be able to say it wasn't see or happenstance or luck, but there's always a little bit of that and, uh, I sort of wanna account for, uh, I touched on my upbringing.My father, Harry Jonah. He instilled in me characteristics that, uh, perpetuate within me to this. As far as entrepreneurship, as far as work ethic and for what it's worth as far as integrity when dealing interpersonally one on one with others on the . Transactional front. [00:02:07] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. Now, tell me about from Stock Broker to real estate broker journey. [00:02:58] Simon Jonna: Correct. So early on, I believe I was 17, 18 years old. I was enamored.Just, you know, the Wall Street cinematic in terms of boiler room. Sure. Uh, in terms of Wall Street one, later, Wall Street two, Glen Gary Quinn Ross. That was like sort of the motif for young guys like me. Fast life, the good life salesmanship, you know, the ultimate reward in itself. Right? And not just from a monetary standpoint, but from a developmental standpoint. So I said Salesmanship is likely my calling. And I thought to myself that maybe stock brokerage for starters was a way to go about it. [00:02:47] Sam Wilson: That's really interesting. So, but did, did I hear in there the, did you tell me how you went from stock broker to to real estate broker? Did you tell that jump? [00:03:07] Simon Jonna: Yeah. So, it's a little bit of a play by play, but just to give you the synopsis, snapshot started as a stock broker, cold calling early. It was an independent firm. I've gotta be able to tell you, it mirrored that of a chat shop, but that wasn't, that wasn't a bad thing. It wasn't a blue chip, it wasn't the glitz and glamor and, uh, it was more hardcore, more hard line. And,, nobody was nice to me. And I think I was forced to earn my stripes and then, or I knew it within the stock brokerage world. I transitioned to the glitz and glamor. The, uh, the Blue Dip, it was known as, uh, ubs or rather, Payne Weber at the time, which is present day. Ubs. I was more of a peddler, for another senior stock broker. And that was its own learning curve. It wasn't a bad thing. Um, it was just a little bit of a different matriculation in terms of the business back there, I was a cold caller Here. I'm more of an assistant stock broker. And then transitioning, I wanted to dabble into commodities. Hmm. Worked with an industry billionaire. Uh, I don't wanna tell you where he's at today. Um, I think he's off the grid , but, but, uh, his, his style of salesman. Really enveloped an acumen and aptitude within me that took it to new heights. And, uh, I really appreciate him looking back. He was a good mentor. He got caught up in industry squabble and, uh, we, we, we ended up parting ways. The firm sat down shop. Before I knew it, I migrated. I was born and raised in San Diego to Michigan and get that all the time on the calls. Naturally, how are you gonna move from San Diego to metro? And of course over time, that made me a little bit of a defender of Detroit because Detroit's not what everybody sees from the outside looking in. There's really, really deep pockets out here. Oakland County was number three, circa 2006, within the entire nation. It's still maybe top 20. It's a, there's beautiful communities, but my migrating had to do with my family. And were very familiar. I should say, As a community, as a culture. I'm Cal and American, if you're familiar, Sam, and, uh, my parents wanted to move over there. My mom had family. My dad has a bigger family, but oddly enough, he wanted to stay in San Diego, America's finest city. Uh, that's where his heart is, I think as of to this day. But, um, in Metro Detroit, I transitioned into investment real estate and everything I gathered along the way, the good, bad end and, and ugly, uh, from stock brokerage, really, really paid dividends, you know, just touching down into the real estate now. [00:05:51] Sam Wilson: Tell me, what are you guys focused on now in your brokerage firm? I know you guys have won a lot of awards. You've placed very high, if not at the top, many times there in the, uh, in the brand. So tell me what you guys are focused on now if there is such a thing. [00:06:05] Simon Jonna: Thank you for that. We're very focused. I talk to you sort of my pre loop going in, going live. We talked about a lot of firms, a lot of the big houses in the real estate world, commercial real estate, not, not, not necessarily residential. They like to preach, uh, specialties in, in areas of specialization that that's a good thing. I think you're able to build a brand more expedient that way, and I think you're able to emblematic yourself as a practitioner, Hey, I'm a retail expert, or, Hey, I'm a multi-family expert, or, Hey, I happen to be a hospitality expert. That was good and sometimes not so good for me because I grew up as a little bit of a dirt dog, and we talked about that. I was born and brought into the business. I was bird-dogging in yellow pages way back in the day. Don't ask me how old I am in that Senate. I was able to spread my wings as of when we started our own entity, the Jonah Group. And to touch on your question, our honed in focus has always been net least from day one. It still is. We operate within 50 states. We transact every product type imaginable under the net lease umbrella. And that's all inclusive of not just retail and not just the multitude of segments within retail with our drug stores and outer parts and big boxes. But office has a net lease sector, industrial has a net lease sector, and medical has a net lease sector. So that's our forte, the net lease. And that's coupled. I don't know if, um, you've looked into it yourself, Sam, but that's very much coupled with multifamily. Right. We consider ourselves multifamily through and through, and, um, as of the trailing 12 months, we transacted about 500 plus million. And that's also not just conventional multifamily, I'd say the lion's here is garden style multifamily, but we've also done assisted living. We've done independent living, we've done senior housing. We've done hospitality, multi-family convergence, right. A mixed use and the urban core. We, we've, we've done just that quite a bit of mixed, mixed use with that multi-family residential component. [00:08:15] Sam Wilson: Wow. That's a lot of moving pieces. And, and if I'm, if I'm hearing you correctly, it is the hustle that you like the most and not necessarily being tied to one asset. [00:08:28]Simon Jonna: We are tied to the hustle. You contextualized it better than I ever could. [00:08:34] Sam Wilson: I love it. No, and that's great. That's great. But, but you did say, you know, you did say that one of the things that you guys heavily focus on there is the net lease, uh, opportunities. So let's talk about that for a minute. What, what are in the market today? We're recording this. What is today, November 15th, 2022. Uh, so as of today, and I know that this isn't relevant, maybe a year from now, but what do you see right now as opportunity and risk in the net lease environment? [00:09:01] Simon Jonna: Well, I see opportunistic avenues within net lease, uh, that sometimes tend to be multidimensional, that sometimes not everybody. There, there's been, uh, trending mechanisms, such as, let me just touch on a few. I know that we can really delve deep into this. I, I, I give forms on this type of stuff and I've written a book on this type of stuff. So, uh, but just to be able to touch on it, blend and extend, for instance, right? You look at a multifamily view and you say to yourself, okay, got a Walmart here. I've got Home Depot, I've got a c. There's only two years in term. What do I do? They want a discounted cat. I'm looking at a, call it a two year term on a cvs, just off the cuff, depending on the time period. Of course, let's just round it off to a seven cat. So I see a seven cat market speaks to me at a five and half in terms of the delta for a stabilized cvs. I'm putting my money into this dirt. Do I have conviction in the dirt for starters? Do I have conviction in the tenant? The tenant shows very well. The tenants publicly traded, the tenants all over the headlines, all over the ticker, all over the feeds. CVS is time and tested, right? CVS is very fungible. They're a drug store, and by trade, they like to situate themselves on signalize corners, hard corners with streetlights, right? They're free standards. So the backfill makes it that much more amenable for other users. You happen to have a driver, so lots of drivers in terms of it. Right? But because it's a two year deal, what's the probability of renewal? That's my exposure. Okay. That's my concern as an investor, is my money, okay? That I'm deploying into this asset is they're gonna go by the wayside when CBS decides not to renew. Right? So the blend and extend. Is, and granted, I mean, there's investors out there that take it to another level. They're that much more crafty than the others, right? But lemme just touch on like a mid, mid tier sort of, , schematic for conducting a blend extend. You go in, you tie up the cvs, assuming you might have a tentacle or two, or the broker that you happen to be working with, with the corpor. You're able to get some type of nudge. This is unofficial. I, I can't speak to this, you know, on, on the surface, but if you're able to get a nudge, you have a leading invitation that the store's a performer, right? Then maybe you can effectuate some type of commitment, either a pre-commitment in the escrow period, or maybe post escrow, which is a little bit riskier. Now the guy who has enough traction, the guy who has enough lineage with the. And having done this time and again, he likely best case scenario can get the lease inked renewed with a 10 year renewal of vis-a-vis and addendum or amendment in escrow, which is ideal. That's like, wow, that's the blend and extends at its finest. So assuming you're able to do that, what do you have there? This is why people love real estate. , the great arbitrage. You have a seven cap cvs and before you close or. Post closing one or the other, you are able to take this deal to market, okay? And manifest it. Present it as a five cat. So there you go. 250 basis point arbitrage because you understand the lay of the land and , you have a , leading in the cake in that CBS will stabilize. Maybe foreseeably in advance. [00:12:33] Sam Wilson: Right, right. And that takes a lot of experience I would imagine, inside of that particular asset class. [00:12:40] Simon Jonna: It does. It does. And I'm just attempting to depict the scenario on this podcast, but, but again, if you and I had a cup of coffee, or a beer or a vodka for that matter, we can really touch on the intrinsics. And there's variables and there's a host of approaches that you can put into play there with the blended extent. [00:13:02] Sam Wilson: No, I think that's a great strategy. Tell me a little bit about investor appetite. Has it changed in 2022, and if so, how? [00:13:11] Simon Jonna: It has, unequivocally, in the form of, call it skepticism. Because of the what if factor, what may be, on the up come, how will the market look, moving forward in the near term, the midterm, the long term. There's a lot of that. And without quite then the economics play a part. The geopolitical landscape, geopolitical minutia, whatever you wanna call it, plays a. And, uh, the fact that the treasuries have swiped up, , that ties into the interest rates, that ties into yields, that ties into yield, right polls for investors. That ties into returns and that has sort of created a little bit of sidelining of capital. But granted, because there's been so much forward momentum, so much expansion, so much period of uni uninterruption, aside from. Hey, are these deals recession resistant coming out of 2009? Hey, are these deals, , online resistant coming out of circa 2015? Hey, are these deals, uh, covid resistant coming outta circa 2020? Aside of that, aside from that, rates have remained historically low, right? And so it's, it's been very fluid. So because of that, you're not, The, it, it, it's not necessarily coming to a screeching hole. There's still deals being done. There's still 10 31 exchanges. The deal junks will always look to trade one way or the other. [00:14:38] Sam Wilson: Right. , that's about exactly it. The deal junkies will always look to trade. I guess that's why I'm still in the game, right? I guess. Yes, sir, that's pretty funny. I like [00:14:49] Simon Jonna: But that's a bag of honor. You call yourself that. [00:14:52] Sam Wilson: I guess so, well, tell me this, I mean, as it pertains to the investor appetite kind of conversation, does that present unique opportunities for us deal junkies who are still in the game? [00:15:04] Simon Jonna: It does. Some of these deals, because raids have risen as dramatically as they have, are in the red, uh, relative to cap rate. Mm-hmm. Their cap rates, do they move in lockstep? Uh, theoretically they. But a lot of the ownership these days is private capital. It's not just Reeds, an institution. So the private capital guy saying to himself, I don't necessarily have to acquiesce to the open market. What if rates dip again and I'm losing this, this margin.What if it's not as equitable to sell? What if I sideline myself just like the investors? So there's a lot of that skittishness. Your question was how can you get in and how creative can you be? [00:15:45] Sam Wilson: No, the question was if people are, if capital is becoming more conservative, if people are not, you know, like I think you put it earlier, the Ford Momentum is slowing slightly. Does that present opportunities for investors who are still in the game today? [00:10:36] Simon Jonna: It does , so , there's a few buckets. There's upside plays. I don't think, uh, that type of investor looking at an upside play is as rate conscious present day. I think they can always recast and, and refi down the road assuming they stabilize a deal.There's always bitesize deals, so incrementally their rating pieces don't mean as much. Right. You can hit a bunch of singles in the enter and wait for the market to stabilize and then of course there will be, my sort of crystal ball tells me my forecast. There will be foreclosures, there will be short sales. To what extent, to what degree? I can't speak to, but there will be that bucket that investors, especially when they see blood on the streets, especially, you know, when they have the wherewithal, the tentacles, the means to, you know, to bid on those types of deals that that will be at, not, not necessarily at the forefront, but, but that'll be in play. [00:16:58] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I don't wanna see that come to the market, but it may very well come to that. [00:17:03] Simon Jonna: When you say you don't wanna see that come to the market. Let me reverberate this. I'm asking you the question. Why don't you wanna see that when so many investors do. [00:17:12] Sam Wilson: Just because I know that it causes a lot of people pain, it causes a lot of investors pain. I know personally as an investor that raises private capital, that I would be mortified if that event ever happened. I mean, I, I would be sick beyond sick and I'm not even sure, I'd probably find every way I possibly could ever repay any investor that lost a dollar with me. Cuz it's just like, I don't wanna see that happen. So I just probably for a personal, oh, sorry for you feeling. [00:17:41] Simon Jonna: That's a great answer, Sam, and, uh, I, I've lived it, I've lived through the cycles. The business isn't rewarding no matter what the monetary value is at that point. [00:17:50] Sam Wilson: Right, right. And I will say all of that my caveat to all of that is my intro into real estate was buying foreclosures. So I bought closures for six years, so I can't really, you know, say that I have that golden of a heart I still bought. It, anyway, we digress here. Simon, this has been a lot of fun. I've really enjoyed hearing your story of how you went from stock broker to real estate broker, the, uh, the, just doing the hustle. What'd you call yourself? A dirt dog. I think that's a great way to put it. And, and really being opportunistic and taking advantage of the things that are right there in front of you and finding a way to, uh, present that opportunity to investors and to, and to, you know, build an awesome company yourself Around it. You have written a book here recently, and I would love to get a chance to highlight that here on the show. What's the title of that book and how can our listeners get in touch with it? [00:18:39] Simon Jonna: The title of the book, I'll hold it up for you, is, diary of a Deal Maker, the Hurdles and the Hustle. I didn't even know that was the title of it. [00:18:46] Sam Wilson:That's awesome. Diary of a Deal Maker, the hurdles and the Hustle. How do we find that Simon? [00:18:52] Simon Jonna: That's available on Amazon and Kindle. [00:18:55] Sam Wilson: Amazon and Kindle. That's fantastic. Certainly appreciate it. Simon. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you or learn more about your firm and the opportunities you guys present, what is the best way to do? [00:19:06] Simon Jonna: They're more than welcome to visit the website jonnagroup.com. That's j o n n a group.com. And they're more than welcome to reach out to me via email. My primary is Simon, s i m o n, like Simon says, at jonnagroup.com. [00:19:23] Sam Wilson: Simon at jonnagroup.com. Simon, thank you again for coming on the show today. Certainly appreciate it. [00:19:52] Simon Jonna: Thanks for having me, and you're a great host. Thank you, Sam.
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