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This week, what to do when your day, or week, turns sour and you're left feeling overwhelmed and stressed out. You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin The CP Learning Centre Membership Programme The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page Episode 302 Script Hello, and welcome to episode 302 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein, and I am your host of this show. In my weekly newsletter last week, I wrote about how, for some reason, the end of the year seems to throw up a lot of stuff that suddenly needs to be finished before the end of year. While deadlines are always around us, it seems December is the month that projects and tasks, that were slowly moving along just fine, become urgent and must be complete in the next two weeks or so. This leaves you feeling stressed out and under pressure at a time of year you want to be slowing down and relaxing. This week's question talks directly to this phenomenon and I want to give you a number of strategies that will help you to stay on top of things and get through to the end of year break feeling in control and ready to enjoy Christmas and the New Year celebrations. So, to get us started, let me hand you over to the Mystery Podcast Voice for this week's question. This week's question comes from Brett. Brett asks, hi Carl, I want to know if you ever feel under pressure or overwhelmed at the end of the year. And if not, what do you do to stay in control when everyone around you is demanding their projects are completed before the Christmas holidays? Hi Brett, thank you for your question. You're right, for some reason before any long holiday there does seem to be a big rush to get things finished. Whether it is Christmas, Eid, Yom Kippur or the end of the calendar year bosses and colleagues suddenly wake up and realise they are behind on a number of projects and so the panic sets in and everything needs to be completed yesterday. The truth is, it shouldn't matter where you are in the year, if you have planned things out and developed a timeline for getting things done, there should never be a rush to complete things at the last minute. Now, when I say planned things out and developed a timeline, I don't mean micro-managed plans, but a rough set of milestones for each project that needs to be completed in the year. One trick I use is to divide my year up into quarters and to limit the number of projects I allow to no more than four each quarter. That still means I get between ten and twelve big projects complete each year but I do it in a way that ensures I am not overly stressing my system and I have sufficient breathing room between each one that allows for small over-runs and delays. Sure, I could set about trying to complete ten or more projects each quarter, but then most of them won't be finished and all I am doing is letting people down by constantly missing deadlines. That's not something I will allow myself to do. Now, when I talk about projects here I am talking about projects that will take four to ten weeks to complete. A lot of what I do each week are things I do every week. Preparing this podcast is not a project, it's part of my core work and is a process. Likewise my blog posts and YouTube videos are all a part of my core work and I have processes for getting these done each week. For me, a project is something like developing a new course, or redesigning my website or even writing a book—which I confess took up three quarters this year. And on that subject, the book is now being edited and the cover design is close to completion. We are still looking at publication early next year. And even if I say so myself, this is a fantastic book. I've loved writing it AND reading through it. Anyway, back to staying in control as we approach the end of year. So the first tip is, where possible make sure you retain control over the number of projects you are committed to each quarter. There is a limit and you need to ensure the people you report to know where you are in terms of the workload you have and what time availability to you have. If you are in the habit of automatically saying yes to everything you are asked to do, then you are not in control. Instead, it means other people are controlling you. It's your responsibility to communicate with your pears and bosses so they know what you have on, and what space you have for new tasks and projects. If you re not willing to, or are afraid to do that, you will never find the answers in YouTube videos or podcasts like this. This is one area where you need to do the difficult thing and speak up. Explain your workload and ensure the people you work with know your limits. Next up is to understand there are only twenty-four hours in the day. Obvious yes? Well, it seems not. I see a lot of people's to-do lists and it clear to me most people believe they can do a lot more than time will permit. No, you are not going to be able to attend five one hour meetings, deal with 200 emails and write the proposal your boss is screaming for. Something has to give. This means you need to know what is and is not important. Is completing the proposal more important than one or two of those five meetings you have planned? Could you excuse yourself from the meeting rather than using it as an excuse for not doing your work? Again, it comes back to you taking on the responsibility for your time and not hoping time will miraculously expand so you can do everything in one day. Remember whether you are the CEO or an intern, you can always negotiate deadlines. The worst that can happen is the person you are negotiating with is a better negotiator than you and you have to do whatever you are being asked to do. But at least your voice is heard and the chances are you will be allowed extra time to complete the work. I've found when things are chaotic, the most important thing you can do is to double down on your daily and weekly planning. This is about getting clear on what needs to be completed that day or week. When chaos surrounds you, the worst thing you can do is not be clear about what the day's objective is. Sure, you may spend the day dodging bullets, but at least you stay focused on your objective and that's how you get the important things done. Today, I have what appears to be 101 tiny things to do, but I am focused on the two most important objectives. Ge this script written and edit and send out a video to a conference organiser. My focus is on this script right now and prior to writing this, I completed the video edits and sent them out. Those 101 tiny things that appear to need doing, I will do as many of them as I can today, but not worry too much about the ones I did not do. I can decide later when I do my planning for tomorrow which ones must be done then. Be very clear about what your objectives are for the day. If you stay focused on those one or two things, you will find they get done and most of the other, less important things will find their own solutions. When are you at your most focused? Are you a morning person or more of a night owl? Take advantage of the time of day you are at your most focused. For most of us that will be between 9:00 and 11:00 am. Do whatever you can to protect that time. Block it out where possible in your calendar so no one can schedule meetings for you. It's important that once you have that time blocked out, you intentionally decide what you will use it for before you start the day. Too often I find people waste the first thirty minutes scrolling through their to-do list looking for something to do. No. Don't do that. Decide beforehand what you will use it for. This way, when you sit down to do your work, you know what you will do and you can get started immediately. Most of our time management problems are not because of the volume of work. With the right processes in place and strict control over your calendar, you can maintain control of your inbox, routine tasks and core work and have sufficient space to deal with the unknowns. It's much easier to blame the volume of work, than to address the real problem which is we are allowing other people to control what we do each day. I know many of us need to be available for clients and colleagues, but if you are available eight hours a day, you will never get on top of your work—you will always be doing the work of others and that results in you developing huge backlogs that requires you to work beyond your regular working hours and at weekends. Probably not something you want to do. Look at it this way; if you were to reserve two hours each day for doing the work you are employed to do—your core work—you would still have six hours for dealing with everything else. If you were to tag an extra hour for dealing with your communications, you still have five hours each day for everyone else. That's twenty-five hours a week dedicated to serving others. Surely that's enough time? Based on what I've learned over the years, the cure for overwhelm and overload are the planning sessions. It's when you skip those that things begin to back up and become urgent. When you give yourself thirty minutes or so on a weekend to plan the following week from a big picture perspective and to allow ten minutes or so at the end of each day for reviewing your plan and making any necessary adjustments you stay in control. It also means you know where you are at any point in the week and can adjust, reschedule and renegotiate where necessary. Above all, though, never be afraid to renegotiate your commitments either with yourself or with others. There's nothing wrong with doing that and rather than being a sign of weakness it is a sign of strength. You're a human, not a machine. Accept that and work with it. It's far better to have one or two bad days each week than pushing yourself towards illness that requires you to take a long break. I hope that helps, Brett and thank you for your question. Thank you to you too for listening and it just remains for me now to wish you all a very very productive week.
You'd think that success parameters are everywhere—and they are. Yet, some of them are so obvious that we completely miss them. In order to turn things around and get people to get your clients—and yourself—to understand success better, you have to know the difference between ego and mastery. In this episode, that's what we explore and why it makes such a vast difference.
In the newest episode of the Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles, Greg and Nick discuss Bailey Zappe being expected to start against the Chargers, taking over from Mac Jones. Bedard offers an in-depth analysis of what this opportunity means for Zappe and shares his thoughts on why he believes Zappe might be too overjoyed. The episode also features a segment where they answer questions from a mailbag session with Greg's BSJ members chat. Check Greg's Coverage out over at www.bostonsportsjournal.com, for $50 on BSJ's annual plan. Not only do you get top-notch analysis of all the Boston pro sports, but if you're a Patriots junkie — and if you're listening to this podcast, you are — then a membership at BSJ gives you access to a ton of video analysis Bedard does on the coaches film, and direct access to him in weekly chats. This episode of the Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast w/ Nick Cattles is brought to you by: Fanduel Sportsbook, the exclusive wagering parter of the CLNS Media NetworkRight now, NEW customers get ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS in BONUS BETS with any winning FIVE DOLLAR MONEYLINE BET! So, visit https://FanDuel.com/BOSTON and kick off the NFL season. FanDuel, Official Partner of the NFL. 21+ and present in MA. Hope is here. First online real money wager only. $5 pregame moneyline wager required. First online real money wager only. $10 first deposit required. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable bonus bets that expire 7 days after receipt. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. GamblingHelpLineMa.org or call (800)-327-5050 for 24/7 support. Play it smart from the start! GameSenseMA.com or call 1-800-GAM-1234. ODDS-R! Ever wished you could navigate the betting field with the confidence of a pro? Enter OddsR. They're not a sportsbook, but they're the sports betting advisor you've always needed. It's like having a playbook for smarter bets right in your pocket. Go get it at https://oddsr.com/BEDARD Visit https://factormeals.com/BEDARD50 to get 50% off your first box! Factor is America's #1 Ready-To-Eat Meal Kit, can help you fuel up fast with ready-to-eat meals delivered straight to your door. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Larry Olmsted is an award-winning journalist and bestselling author who has published many intriguing books and thousands of articles for major newspapers and magazines worldwide over the past 25+ years. And he personally broke or set three different Guinness World Records, in skiing, golf and poker. It's no wonder he was named one of the “10 Most Extreme U.S. Journalists” by the Society of Professional Journalists and Travel Writer of the Year by the State of Mississippi. Larry shares why he wrote his book, Real Food, Fake Food: Why You Don't Know What You're Eating & What You Can Do About It, and explains why food is the one unifying element of travel and what he tries to learn about local and regional food wherever he visits.As an active traveler, Larry is also a passionate cyclist and reveals his love of cycling tours, including his personal favorite, the combination of cycling and gastronomy. He shares the fun he's had on some of his bike trips in Italy, including Tuscany, the Ligurian Coast, Piedmont and the Veneto. And his visits to Parma, Bologna and Emilia-Romagna touring cheese dairies, ham producers, and taking cooking lessons. Yummy!With all this travel under his belt, Larry provides some useful and timely travel tips, including why you should hire a guide or take a tour to really get to know the places you travel. A must listen. Only on Speaking of Travel!Thanks for listening to Speaking of Travel! Visit speakingoftravel.net for travel tips, travel stories, and ways you can become a more savvy traveler.
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: What did you change your mind about in the last year?, published by mike hawke on November 24, 2023 on LessWrong. Seems like a good New Year activity for rationalists, so I thought I'd post it early instead of late. Here are some steps I recommend: Go looking through old writings and messages. If you keep a journal, go look at a few entries from throughout the last year or two. Skim over your LessWrong activity from the last year. If you're active on a slack or discord, do a search of from: [your username] and skim your old messages from the last year (or the last 3 months on the free tier of slack). Sample a few of your reddit comments and tweets from the last year. Same for text messages. Think back through major life events (if you had any this year) and see if they changed your mind about anything. Maybe you changed jobs or turned down an offer; maybe you tried a new therapeutic intervention or recreational drug; maybe you finally told your family something important; maybe you finally excommunicated someone from your life; maybe you tried mediating a conflict between your friends. Obvious, but look over your records of Manifold trades, quantitative predictions, and explicit bets. See if there's anything interesting. Here are some emotional loadings that I anticipate seeing: "Well, that aged poorly." "Wow, bullet dodged!" "But I mean...how could I have known?" "Ah. Model uncertainty strikes again." "Yeah ok, but this year it'll happen for sure!" "[Sigh] I did have an inkling, but I guess I just didn't want to admit it at the time." "I tested that hypothesis and got a result." "Okay, they were right about this one thing. Doesn't mean I have to like them." "Now I see what people mean when they say X" "This is huge, why does no one talk about this?!" Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org
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EPISODE 1863: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to Margaret Heffernan, author of UNCHARTED, about what we can learn from artists about controlling the insatiability of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs like Sam AltmanDr. Margaret Heffernan produced programmes for the BBC for 13 years. She then moved to the US where she spearheaded multimedia productions for Intuit, The Learning Company and Standard&Poors. She was Chief Executive of InfoMation Corporation, ZineZone Corporation and then iCast Corporation, was named one of the “Top 25” by Streaming Media magazine and one of the “Top 100 Media Executives” by The Hollywood Reporter. The author of six books, Margaret's third book, Willful Blindness: Why We Ignore the Obvious at our Peril was named one of the most important business books of the decade by the Financial Times. In 2015, she was awarded the Transmission Prize for A Bigger Prize: Why Competition isn't Everything and How We Do Better, described as “meticulously researched…engagingly written…universally relevant and hard to fault.” Her TED talks have been seen by over twelve million people and in 2015 TED published Beyond Measure: The Big Impact of Small Changes. Her most recent book, Uncharted: How to map the future was published in 2020 and quickly became a bestseller. She is a Professor of Practice at the University of Bath, Lead Faculty for the Forward Institute's Responsible Leadership Programme and, through Merryck & Co., mentors CEOs and senior executives of major global organizations. She holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Bath and continues to write for the Financial Times and the Huffington Post.Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children.
#recession #money #recession2023 #money #inflation #deflation #interestrates #dollar #economy #consumer #bankcrisis #oil #gasoline Even OPEC is having trouble dealing with the growing turmoil in the oil market. Weak demand is forcing the cartel to confront very difficult choices. The reason is because recent price weakness isn't really just about energy. A whole range of financial indications are pointing once more in that wrong if familiar direction.Eurodollar University's Money & Macro AnalysisBloomberg: OPEC+ Meeting Delayed as Oil Production Talks Hit Turbulencehttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2023-11-22/opec-talks-hit-turbulence-as-saudis-agitate-over-output-levelsTwitter: https://twitter.com/JeffSnider_AIPhttps://www.eurodollar.universityRealClearMarkets Essays: https://bit.ly/38tL5a7
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"Unveiling Autism: Beyond the Obvious" is a podcast that delves into the lesser-known aspects of autism spectrum disorder, specifically focusing on the often overlooked signs in girls. In this episode, we unravel 10 subtle yet significant physical signs that could indicate autism in girls. Join us as we navigate through these nuanced markers, shedding light on a vital yet underexplored dimension of autism spectrum disorder. Whether you're a parent, educator, or simply curious about understanding autism more deeply, this episode offers valuable insights that could reshape your understanding of autism in girls. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theaspieworld/support
Matt Burridge from Pulses. joins us to rank and review all 9 of Blink 182's full-length albums! Has the legendary pop-punk trio been able to keep up with the genre as it has evolved over time or will their legendary run of the late 90s and early 2000s reign supreme? Find out in this exciting episode of Discog Discourse! Matt also speaks to us about the new Pulses. album, It Wasn't Supposed To Be Like This; the band's reaction to Anthony Fantano promoting their track; and his journey with music and Blink 182. Stream It Wasn't Supposed To Be Like This by Pulses. Check out the Pulses. website Join the discourse! Follow us on social media to let us know what you think about this band! TikTok: DiscogDiscourse Twitter: Discog_Pod Instagram: discog.discourse Listen to our playlists on Spotify! Top Tracks - Our favorite songs from the band we're talking about in the most recent episode Top Tracks: Legacy - Our favorite songs from bands we've talked about in past episodes Time Codes: Intro - 0:00 Interview w/ Matt - 0:57 Shoutouts - 10:45 9th Place - 12:51 8th Place - 24:25 7th Place - 35:39 6th Place - 45:17 5th Place - 54:48 4th Place - 1:06:09 3rd Place - 1:17:42 2nd Place - 1:31:57 1st Place - 1:49:43 Songs used in this episode: Aliens Exist, Blame It On My Youth, Bored To Death, First Date, Ghost On The Dancefloor, I Miss You, Josie, M+M's, Obvious, One More Time, What's My Age Again?
Bradley Tusk joins host Harry Siegel to discuss his new novel, Obvious in Hindsight, about a company working to legalize flying cards and — sound familiar? — a mayor of New York City in the crosshairs of the FBI.
We've been doing a lot of soul searching (watching TV) in the Cancelled courtroom and we couldn't help but wonder… is Sex And The City Cancelled? (Obvious answer: yes) From portraying the least diverse version of New York City, to treating people terribly and questionable fashion, we analyse the crimes of the show that shaped the late 90's and early 2000's. And, we ask ourselves the most important question of all… is scatting a hate crime? Plus, more of your lazy gewl stories. THE END BITSSubscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH:Got a great Lazy Gewl story? Or some feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org CREDITS:Hosts: Clare and Jessie Stephens Executive Producer: Talissa Bazaz Audio Producer: Thom Lion Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
David Foster Wallace gave this commencement speech to the graduating class of 2005 at Kenyon College, which completely breaks the commencement speech genre, while hitting everything he's supposed to do. A moving, insightful and unblushingly spiritual in such a casual way as to not even realize until you're in the middle of it. Don't forget we're all just swimming out there
Hello Colleagues and welcome to another 5 for Friday episode of The Assistant Principal Podcast!Today's shout out goes to… Those of you reaching out to me via email and LinkedIn! It inspires me to keep going. Specifically, I'd like to thank: Darius Coulibaly Kelly Scarbrough Valerie Jones Annette Brown And a special thanks to Tammi Barker who wrote:I listen to your podcasts on my way to work as I just promoted to a VP in July. Your podcasts motivate and reinspire me when I'm feeling overwhelmed or defeated. This is the first position that I've never been able to complete all of my work before going home. I'm am learning quickly that it will consist of many more of those days. I am working on changing my mindset and trying to rebalance my work and home life.Tammi dm'd me on LinkedIn on a day I was feeling very low and was questioning whether or not I even wanted to record a five for Friday (last week's, not this one). She turned my whole day around in a text that took two minutes to compose.This s a great example of how simple and easy it is for us to exert positive power by lifting up others.And… Tammi heard about the show via her supervisor. I do not have a strong social media presence and most of our growth comes from word of mouth, so if you don't have time to be present with someone and nurture them, consider forwarding this show to them instead.Okay, let's get to the week's emails.Today's episode of Five for Friday recaps the strategic leadership emails for the week of November 13-17, 2023. The week's emails:The takeaway: Obvious takeaway for this week: ASK PEOPLE REFELCTIVE QUESTIONS!Sometimes I think I repeat myself too much, that it is so simple. But then I think about my own leadership, how I am dialed into presence, how I know the questions by heart, and how my sone Colin walked into my office this morning and I barely acknowledged him and did not ask any questions at all. We all fall down on this stuff, we are all too busy. And so I keep emphasizing the power of presence and of asking the right questions. It's as much for me and those of us who know and try as it is for those of you who are just hearing this for the first (or second) time. Collin edits our Five for Friday episodes, so I can say here Collin, I'll do better being present with you next time. And you my dear colleague, who do you need to commit to being more present with? A peer at work, your partner, or maybe even – yourself.That is this week's Five for Friday rendition of The Assistant Principal Podcast. Thank you for including me on your leadership journey. I look forward to seeing you again next Tuesday when I dig into the six dimensions of organizations. The six dimensions framework is foundational to so much of what I talk about. Please remember to subscribe and rate this podcast. As I record this, we have 21 ratings and 6 reviews – we are inching forward! Remember increasing those numbers helps others find the show and I really appreciate hearing from you. If you can't rate the show, at least help others find it by forwarding the show link to a colleague. Please! You'll be helping leaders like those mentioned at the top of the show find a PD source that improrves both life and leadership.I'm Frederick Buskey and thank you again for joining me on this episode of the Assistant Principal Podcast. Have a great weekend, get outside, laugh, and live! Cheers!Resources:Frederick's Links:Email: email@example.comWebsite: https://www.frederickbuskey.com/ LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/strategicleadershipconsulting Daily Email subscribe: https://adept-experimenter-3588.ck.page/ff61713840
CONTENT WARNING: The first episode has a not-at-all-subtle sexual assault metaphor in it, so we discuss that a lot. Timestamps below if you need to jump right to the second one. This week, baddies are apparent from the word go in "Enterprise". First up, "Trek" tries to de-monoculture one of its most famous ones when we meet some unique Vulcans in "Fusion". After that, we find out Archer had a pretty weird upbringing in "Rogue Planet". Also this week: oh a VERY a punchable face, ancestral memories, and Jean-Luc Picard! [Timestamps: Fusion: 1:20; Rogue Planet: 39:25; Picard chat: 1:08:49] [le blog: https://www.tumblr.com/sshbpodcast/734084164065837056/character-spotlight-jean-luc-picard?source=share]
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* Kaers * Significance of kaers in the game and setting. * Common (and most dangerous) destination for adventurers. * Mists of Betrayal, Terror in the Skies, Ardanyan's Revenge. * Not a lot of concrete examples in later published material. * Appearances in novels and fiction. * What is a kaer? * Purpose to keep people inside alive. * Why are you going and what might you find? * Kaers vs citadels. * Traps and defenses. Could be turned off by residents to safely emerge. * Traps are apt to be nasty and deadly. * Other features of entry and approach tunnels. * The kaer as a community like surface towns and villages. * Don't necessarily need to map every inch of the kaer. * How the residents and conditions might shape the environment. * A kaer is not a D&D-style dungeon of 10-foot corridors. * Need space for people to live for generations. * Entry tunnels should allow room for livestock and goods to be taken inside. * Concealing the entrance as an additional layer of protection. * Obvious kaers are likely to have already been found and explored. * Where kaers were built and why. * Basic Theran design. Large central chamber with offshoots for various services. * Mosaics or other fixed decorations as a source of lore or knowledge. * Living quarters; tiny homes, apartments, dorm suites. * Main thing about kaer design is there likely would be no wasted space. * Growth or expansion during the Scourge. * Wards and protections of the kaer interior. * Oxygen and air filtration. * Crops and greenery; rooftop gardens. * Resource use and waste disposal/recycling (including the dead). * Water - wells, water spirits, connections to elemental plane. * Animals and livestock; diet variety (or lack thereof) * More about crops and food plants. * Five likely states for a kaer. * Unopened and inhabited. * Open and empty. * Collapsed and not used. * Failed by Horror breach. * Failed by other disaster (starvation, disease, collapse) * Adventurer groups and kaers. * How do you get in and what do you find there? * GM should think of the story of the kaer. * Who lived there and what happened to them? * Cultural drift (or lack thereof). * Sidebar about Urupa development. * How much of a role will the kaer play? * Exceptions to expectations and what that can do. * Magic can solve a lot of problems! * Returning to water source and its importance. * What do you find inside? Treasure, artwork, lore? * Kaer-focused game ideas. * Other sources and inspiration. * Civic planning and civil engineering. * Don't put more work into your kaer design than you must! * City of Ember * The Expanse * Silo * Ultimately limited only by your imagination. Find and Follow: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeoifzUuBjez9V6wnvzom3g Twitter: @EDSGPodcast Josh on Twitter: @LoreMerchant Get product information, developer blogs, and more at www.fasagames.com FASA Games on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fasagamesinc FASA Games Discord Channel: https://discord.gg/uuVwS9u Earthdawn West Marches: https://discord.gg/hhHDtXW
Have you ever wondered why you sometimes make decisions that you later regret? In today's episode, I'll help you decode the process of making smart choices by exploring ten not-so-obvious questions we should ask before making a decision. We're not just talking about trivial decisions like choosing between tan or blue shoes, but rather critical decisions that can shape our lives. As a special celebration for our upcoming 100th episode, don't miss the chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card by leaving a review of this podcast. Remember, we're all navigating our lives one decision at a time, so let's learn to make them count. Xo, Donna Resources: Pre-order a copy of my new book - Healthy Conflict, Peaceful LIfe: A Biblical Guide to Communicating Thoughts, Feelings, and Opinions with Grace, Truth, and Zero Regret. The book releases on February 20th but it's available for pre-order now, in paperback, Kindle, and on Audible! If you need a helpful resource for someone exploring faith or Christianity, or you simply want to strengthen your own knowledge, you'll want a copy of my book, Seek: A Woman's Guide to Meeting God. It's a must for seekers, new believers, and those who want to be more confident in their faith. Connect with Donna Instagram: @donnaajones Website: www.donnajones.org Twitter:@donnajonesspeak Donna's speaking schedule: https://donnajones.org/events/ For a copy of “15 Things, Jesus Would Say to You if You Met Him for Coffee,” go to www.donnajones.org/blog Pick up a copy of Donna's book Seek: A Woman's Guide to Meeting God
This is the first book I've read twice.The first time I listened to it.This last time, I read it with a highlighter.Today, I will let you know what I highlighted and why in part one of this series.I'm doing this selfishly because I think this is a great way for me to retain what I read.I've read so many great non-fiction books, but when I try to remember what I learned, I'm blank.So here's hoping reading it, highlighting it, and sharing it will help you and me remember this to use it in our lives.If you're not familiar with Atomic Habits, here's a crash course:James Clear wrote this book and introduces “The Four Laws of Behavior Change”.The four laws are:Make it ObviousMake it AttractiveMake it EasyMake it SatisfyingThose four things to remember in each law are: CueCravingResponse RewardThese things can help build good habits and break bad habits habits.Then, Clear describes “Habit Stacking” and “Environment Design”.The idea is to overcome common hurdles people face when trying to establish new habits and break bad ones.Plus, he shares advice on how to stay consistent and motivated when the initial enthusiasm wanes… as it almost always does.There is a long-term impact of adopting atomic habits.That's why I'm going to summarize key takeaways from the book Atomic Habits by reading what I've highlighted in the book.For links to the book and to read this transcript or watch the captioned video, just visit BecomeMediaMaven.com.I also want to hear about your own habit-building experiences and what is working for you.Okay, let's go!In this first part of the series, I'll share my notes and lessons from the first section: Make it ObviousJoin Christina's newsletter for insider tips on growing your business without ads here.Become a contributor to a top website to build your brand with free resources here.Click here to join Christina's 3-hour bootcamp Pitch Publicity Profit. Follow Christina on social media at: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn YouTube TikTok If you liked this episode, please subscribe to this podcast to hear more like it. Tell your colleagues, friends, and family… and don't forget to tap that subscribe button. For more podcast episodes, tap here.
Co-host of "Fox & Friends" and host of "One Nation" Brian Kilmeade joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to discuss his new book, Teddy and Booker T.: How Two American Icons Blazed a Path for Racial Equality. Jimmy gives some credit to former Obama adviser David Axelrod for not being afraid to say the quiet part out loud about President Biden. Co-host of “Outnumbered” Emily Compagno stops by to explain why she's already in the Christmas spirit. Oklahoma Republican Senator Markwayne Mullin tells us why he almost got into a physical altercation with Teamster President Sean O'Brien during a Senate Health Committee hearing. PLUS, comedian Dave Landau checks in to talk about how hotels are still pretending like we're in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. [00:00:00] Axelrod addresses Biden's criticism [00:39:01] Brian Kilmeade [00:57:32] Emily Compagno [01:15:46] Newsom suddenly wants to clean up his state [01:27:03] Senator Markyane Mullin [01:34:12] Dave Landau Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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: Zvi's Manifold Markets House Rules, published by Zvi on November 13, 2023 on LessWrong. All markets created by Zvi Mowshowitz shall be graded according to the rules described herein, including the zeroth rule. The version of this on LessWrong shall be the canonical version, even if other versions are later posted on other websites. Rule 0: If the description of a particular market contradicts these rules, the market's description wins, the way a card in Magic: The Gathering can break the rules. This document only establishes the baseline rules, which can be modified. Effort put into the market need not exceed that which is appropriate to the stakes wagered and the interestingness level remaining in the question. I will do my best to be fair, and cover corner cases, but I'm not going to sink hours into a disputed resolution if there isn't very serious mana on the line. If it's messy and people care I'd be happy to kick such questions to Austin Chen. Obvious errors will be corrected. If for example a date is clearly a typo, I will fix. If the question description or resolution mechanism does not match the clear intent or spirit of the question, or does not match its title, in an unintentional way, or is ambiguous, I will fix that as soon as it is pointed out. If the title is the part in error I will fix the title. If you bet while there is ambiguity or a contradiction here, and no one including you has raised the point, then this is at your own risk. If the question was fully ambiguous in a scenario, I will choose resolution for that scenario based on what I feel upholds the spirit of the question and what traders could have reasonably expected, if such option is available. When resolving potentially ambiguous or disputable situations, I will still strive whenever possible to get to either YES or NO, if I can find a way to do that and that is appropriate to the spirit of the question. Ambiguous markets that have no other way to resolve, because the outcome is not known or situation is truly screwed up, will by default resolve to the manipulation-excluded market price, if I judge that to be a reasonable assessment of the probability involved. This includes conditional questions like 'Would X be a good use of time?' when X never happens and the answer seems uncertain. If even those doesn't make any sense, N/A it is, but that is a last resort. Egregious errors in data sources will be corrected. If in my opinion the intended data source is egregiously wrong, I will overrule it. This requires definitive evidence to overturn, as in a challenge in the NFL. If the market is personal and subjective (e.g. 'Will Zvi enjoy X?' 'Would X be a good use of Zvi's time?'), then my subjective judgment rules the day, period. This also includes any resolution where I say I am using my subjective judgment. That is what you are signing up for. Know your judge. Within the realm of not obviously and blatantly violating the question intent or spirit, technically correct is still the best kind of correct when something is well-specified, even if it makes it much harder for one side or the other to win. For any market related to sports, Pinnacle Sports house rules apply. Markets will resolve early if the outcome is known and I realize this. You are encouraged to point this out. Markets will resolve early, even if the outcome is unknown, if the degree of uncertainty remaining is insufficient to render the market interesting, and the market is trading >95% or 90% or
There are only 49 days left in 2023, but it's not too late to make huge progress in your business AND take time off to enjoy the holidays! In this episode, I'm replaying my hugely popular talk from the Unstoppable Women's Conference: Beyond the Obvious - Unveiling 5 Overlooked Revenue Boosters. I'll be sharing five strategies that you can implement right away to boost your revenue, even in these last few weeks of the year. Whether you're looking to increase sales, attract new clients, or launch a new product or service, this episode will give you the tools you need to succeed. What You'll Learn: 5 overlooked revenue boosters that you can implement right away How to focus on the actions that will give you the greatest return How to overcome limiting beliefs and achieve your 2023 goals Take Action: After you listen to this episode, take some time to reflect on the five revenue boosters that I share. Pick one or two strategies that you're going to implement in your business, and create a plan for how you're going to do it. Then, take action! Don't wait until the new year to start making progress. You can achieve your goals in the next 49 days if you start today. -- Stay Connected: Website: https://www.melissamkellogg.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissamkellogg/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melissa_m_kellogg/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BusinessAcademy4Women Want to Grow Your Sales, Doing What You Love, in the time you have?? Then, you've got to go and grab my free on-demand video training that will teach you my simple process for creating compounding results from the sales and marketing strategies you are already using. Get the training HERE. Subscribe to our podcast + download each episode on Apple, Spotify, or Google Podcasts.
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1:42 - Tale of two halves | Utes offense disapears in the 2nd half | Michel Penix Jr. a better QB than Caleb Williams? 16:18 - Kalani Sitake frustration hits all-time high | positives are hard to find | BYU bowl hopes take a hit. 23:12 - USU is now one win away from bowl eligibility | Cooper Legas getting the job done at QB
LSPC Presents : Beyond the Obvious. Ricky, Greg Hatton, and Frank Jackson talk about : - Writing: Chasing our form of perfection - Being Deliberate : The good ol' Luck vs. Skill debate - Knowing why "I" shoot: Meaning in the making - Photographic nights of Selma - Closing the Loops -- Getting closer to that 30 minute mark :) -- Shameless plugs: - [ Coming soon : LSPCU ] - [ 1 opening left for : LSPC Presents: Phil Penman : Tokyo Street Photography Masterclass ] Sign Up: https://www.philpenman.com/store/products/13-the-leica-street-photography-collective-podcast-presents-phil-30th-november-december-2nd-2023/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lspcricky/support
Bradley Tusk is a venture capitalist, political strategist, philanthropist and writer. He is the CEO and co-founder of Tusk Ventures, the world's first venture capital fund that invests solely in early stage startups in highly regulated industries, and the founder of political consulting firm Tusk Strategies. Bradley's family foundation is funding and leading the national campaign to bring mobile voting to all U.S. elections. Tusk Philanthropies also runs and funds anti-hunger campaigns that have led to the creation of anti-hunger policies and programs (including universal school breakfast programs) in 22 different states, helping to feed over 12.5 million people. Bradley is the author of The Fixer: My Adventures Saving Startups From Death by Politics and Obvious in Hindsight (coming out this November), writes a column for Fast Company, hosts a podcast called Firewall about the intersection of tech and politics, and is the co-founder of the Gotham Book Prize. He recently opened a bookstore, podcast studio, event space and cafe called P&T Knitwear on Manhattan's lower east side. He is also an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School. 0:00 - Intro 2:03 - The Incentives of Politics 10:57 - Bradley's Philosophy 18:33 - More Political Parties and Fixing Political Polarization 25:13 - Big Tech Antitrust 29:09 - What Bradley Would Change 32:23 - The Decline of Trust in Institutions 36:12 - Tusk Ventures 37:53 - Requests for Startups 39:50 - Debt, Inflation, and COVID 46:31 - The Story of Uber 49:29 - How Uber Beats Lyft 52:59 - Weaponizing a Constituency 54:53 - Regulated Industries Bradley's Excited About 57:54 - Crypto 1:01:40 - Psychedelics and Doing Ketamine 1:07:21 - What Keeps Bradley Up at Night? 1:10:48 - Mobile Voting 1:15:41 - Doing Lots of Things at Once 1:18:25 - Why Credentials Are Overrated 1:23:42 - On Happiness 1:28:31 - What Should More People Be Thinking About?
How do supremely busy people find time for their passion projects? Bradley explains the long, hard and rewarding road to the publication of his first novel, OBVIOUS IN HINDSIGHT which comes out Tuesday Nov. 7 at select indie bookstores across the country. Plus [34:19], he says the latest trouble around Mayor Eric Adams is very far from a political death spiral, but stay tuned.RSVP to the OBVIOUS IN HINDSIGHT release party in NYC, or buy from a local indie bookstore near you. Full list of participating shops on BradleyTusk.com. This episode was taped at P&T Knitwear at 180 Orchard Street — New York City's only free podcast recording studio.Send us an email with your thoughts on today's episode: email@example.comSubscribe to Bradley's weekly newsletter, follow Bradley on Twitter + Linkedin, and be sure to pre-order his debut novel, OBVIOUS IN HINDSIGHT!
In the rollercoaster that was 2020, amidst all the chaos I birthed something pretty special: the Vacation Bucket List Challenge. If you've been hanging out in my world these past few years, this might ring a bell. But if not, get ready for an annual tradition that might be more satisfying than your go-to holiday feast: dusting off and updating that travel bucket list of yours. And if you're wondering “how”? I've created the most magical spreadsheet on the internet and a methodology that goes beyond dreaming, as it helps you find the next perfect destination from your bucket list based on your practical requirements. Because let's be real, the desires for your dream vacation and the practicalities - like how far, how long, and how much - they shift with the seasons and the years. So your bucket list should do the same if you want a shot at actually checking off those dream destinations. Let's get down to the business of making your travel dreams a reality! Sign up for the FREE Vacation Bucket List Challenge: https://wildhairtravels.com/bucket-list LISTEN BACK: Episode 08: How to Choose Where to Go on Vacation Episode 62: How to Rank Your Bucket List Episode 95: Choosing Where to Stay in that Destination (Outside of the Obvious)
Brock & Salk discuss Pete's answer to what it would take to make a change at the quarterback position and both come to the same conclusion that if Geno continues to put the ball in harm's way - they will be forced to act. Maura takes us 'Around the NFL.'
Bradley Tusk is a venture capitalist, former political strategist for Mike Bloomberg, and author of the new novel Obvious in Hindsight. Bradley and Andrew explore the intersection of technology, regulation, and democracy — delving into the future of mobile voting, AI, and flying cars. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/RhCoTGpOyZE Obvious in Hindsight - https://amzn.to/3Mvjjzl Follow Bradley Tusk: https://bradleytusk.com | https://twitter.com/bradleytusk Follow Andrew Yang: https://andrewyang.com | https://twitter.com/andrewyang To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
New Recommendations for Childhood Obesity: Are We Missing the Obvious? By Leigh Ettinger, MD at NutritionStudies.org Original post: https://nutritionstudies.org/new-recommendations-for-childhood-obesity-are-we-missing-the-obvious/ Related Episodes: 125: How to Lose Weight by Eating More Food 168: The Calorie Density Approach to Nutrition and Lifelong Weight Management 436: Losing Weight on a Plant-Based, Vegan Diet: Tips for Success 455: Calorie Density Is the Key to Weight Loss 485: Breaking Free of the Dietary Pleasure Trap 565: Cut the Calorie-Rich-And-Processed Foods (CRAP) The T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies was established to extend the impact of Dr. Campbell's life changing research findings. For decades, T. Colin Campbell, PhD, has been at the forefront of nutrition education and research. He is the coauthor of the bestselling book, The China Study, and his legacy, the China Project, is one of the most comprehensive studies of health and nutrition ever conducted. Their mission is to promote optimal nutrition through science-based education, advocacy, and research. By empowering individuals and health professionals, we aim to improve personal, public, and environmental health. How to support the podcast: Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen. Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #plantbasedbriefing #plantbasednutrition #wfpb #weightloss #caloriedensity #obesity #childhoodobesity
On Huckabee, there's only one correct answer when it comes to the question of income inequality. Alex Marlow is the editor-in-chief of Breitbart News Network and his new book cracks open the secretive Biden family financial arrangements. With a new TBN series and accompanying book, "18 Minutes With Jesus," Dr. Robert Jeffress takes a deeper dive into The Sermon on the Mount. Don't miss all this and more on Huckabee! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Efrat Fenigson is an independent Journalist, Podcaster, Israeli Citizen & Covid dissident. In the wake of the October 7th terrorist attacks on Israel, she has provided insight into the situation from inside Israel on X (Twitter). Bret and Efrat discuss the current state of affairs and the situation unfolding as we speak. Due to the timely nature of this episode, it is important to note that this was filmed at 8PM Israel time on October 10, 2023, and released several hours later.It is also of note that at the end of this recording, Efrat hears the sounds of rockets going off nearby. However there was also construction noise near Bret during the entire duration of the episode, not to be confused with sounds of war.Note: Hamas was founded in 1987, not 1967 as was inadvertently stated.Find Efrat on X (Formerly Twitter): @efenigson (https://twitter.com/efenigson)Find Efrat on Substack: https://substack.com/@efrat*****Find Bret Weinstein on X (formerly Twitter): @BretWeinstein. Join DarkHorse on Locals! Get access to our Discord server, exclusive live streams, live chats for all streams, and early access to many podcasts: https://darkhorse.locals.com/Check out the DHP store! Epic tabby, digital book burning, saddle up the dire wolves, and more: https://www.darkhorsestore.org/Theme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music.*****Timestamps:(00:00) Background(07:00) Empathy (13:20) Barbaric acts(20:35) Hamas background(27:05) How was the attack possible?(32:45) Possible explanations(47:15) Implausible patterns of anomalies(50:55) Comparisons with 9/11 and Pearl Harbor(59:25) Higher forces at work?(01:18:30) Broken alliances over conflict(01:20:07) Conspiracy and silos(01:34:20) Bret's heroes(01:41:10) Wrap upHow to Bring About Equitable Access to the Night Sky?Do people have a right to a natural night? Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show