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Berlin-based New Zealand artist Simon Denny likes to explore and play with the intersections of art, power and new technology. He represented New Zealand at the 2015 Venice Biennale with "Secret Power" inspired by the fallout from Edward Snowden's NSA leaks and Five Eyes surveillance technology. His 2018 exhibition "The Founder's Paradox", used the language and logic of board games to highlight competing utopian political visions for New Zealand's future. Denny's latest work "Optimism" is currently on view at Auckland Art Gallery. It consists of two hanging megastructures which are enlarged 3D-printed models of patent diagrams of rocket engine parts by Rocket Lab.
It's been a year since Generative AI burst onto the scene and took over the entire TA conversation for 2023. Some of the predictions made back then about its immediate impact on the world of work were out there, even for something that clearly has so much disruptive potential. So, one year on, where have we got to? What are the genuine use cases, what is still hype, and how will AI actually transform talent acquisition over the next few years? My guests this week, Adam Godson, President and Chief Product Officer at Paradox and Yael Florenthal, VP of Product at Paradox, are the perfect people to answer these questions. In the interview, we discuss: How AI has evolved in the last six months Slow gains but clearer potential Generative AI versus Conversational AI What AI can and can't do in the context of Talent Acquisition Where is adoption the quickest? TA process re-engineering What will things look like in two years and five years? Emotional work versus repeatable tasks Implications for recruiters and their careers AI and Job Seekers Advice TA leaders on AI strategy What progress can we expect in 2024? Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.
Too Many Choices Mean No Choice My wife and I were looking for something on Netflix and found ourselves repeating the scroll several times. Finally, the screen changed, and the graphic offered us a choice. It said, "just play something?" Yes, please. Just play something so I can put the remote control down and get back to petting my dog. Thinking back on the moment, I was reminded of a book I read long ago. In 2005, Barry Schwartz wrote Paradox of Choice. It challenged the traditional thinking that maximizing choice is the way to maximum freedom. It may feel good, but too many choices lead to decision fatigue. Yes, too many choices are not necessarily good, and they can create paralysis. No matter what you choose, you'll always wonder if you could have done better. Here's my advice to you: 1) Limit your choices. Having every option won't serve you. Narrow your list to things that truly get your attention. 2) If you find yourself confused, permit yourself to try other options. 3) If in doubt, choose to spend your time and attention on what you know gives you the desired results. There will always be too many choices in our modern life, but that doesn't mean you must accept what is offered. --------------------- Our sponsor today is Butcher Box Sign up today at butcherbox.com/dailyboost and use code dailyboost to get free chicken wings for a year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We are approaching the shortest day and longest night of the year in the Northern hemisphere. In preparation for the winter solstice, Sheryl invites us to anchor ourselves in time and find communion with the luminous dark. How might we celebrate the triumph of light, the gift of the sun, while also welcoming the wisdom of darkness? How might we balance the need to rest and turn inward with the need to brave the cold, to go out into the world? How can we cultivate peace within ourselves in the face of all that is treacherous in this world—including the double-edged winter months, with their shimmer and ice, their harshness and beauty? This is what we invite you to explore with us in today's episode, and at our upcoming Patreon Meet-Up on December 21st. References: Gathering Gold Patreon (sign up for the Meet-Up Member tier to join our virtual meet-ups) Darkness and Light episode Winter's Paradox episode Francis Weller Effort and Ease episode
On this episode of the podcast, hosts Justin Strawn and Ryan Nelson discuss the third episode of the fifth season of Fargo on FX and Hulu. For more exclusive access to the podcast, join our Patreon!
Join us, as we weave through the winding paths of surrender, fate, and the surprising power of spontaneity. Inspired by the inventive genius, Dr. Forrest Bird, we unpack the role of fate, time, and circumstance, and share thought-provoking insights into how sometimes, just showing up and being open to opportunities can unlock unforeseen paths to success.We discuss our journeys and the pitfalls of overplanning. Learn how fear and overthinking can stifle your progress, and why taking action, trusting your gut, and embracing repetition is a game-changer. We emphasize the fine line between planning and overplanning, the value of innovation, and the importance of seeking guidance. Our conversation takes you on a transformative voyage, empowering you to trust your instincts and make that leap of faith.We discuss the challenges of everyday life, and the importance of taking breaks, and share a little about our social media adventures. Join us for a conversation that's as real as it gets, filled with wisdom, positivity, and a fair share of laughter. Follow Us on Social: Jan Almasy: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan-almasy-57063b34RJ Holliday: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-j-holliday-jr-b470a6204/ James Warnken: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jameswarnken --LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/51645349/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ApexCommunicationsNetworkWebsite: https://www.apexcommunicationsnetwork.com
In the most recent episode of 'Missing the Point: Power Ranking Show,' hosts Bob Kelly and DK Sizzle return from their break to provide their controversial Power Rankings of the 32 top NFL quarterbacks. Each gives their unique take on the quarterbacks' performance over the season, and they highlight foundational issues affecting various teams. They call out players like Mac Jones and Trevor Lawrence and acknowledge other quarterbacks such as Brock Purdy and Patrick Mahomes. The hosts also delve into the randomness of this NFL season, making it difficult to determine who a good team is or isn't. Apart from discussing football, they also delve into poetry by referencing a poem from D.H. Lawrence, a British realist writer. The debate remains vibrant as they discuss varied quarterbacks' stats, ranking them based on talent and performance. 00:06 Introduction and Return of the Hosts 00:18 Reflecting on Past Seasons and the Unpredictability of the Current NFL Season 01:26 Literary Interlude: D.H. Lawrence and the NFL 02:43 The Randomness of the NFL Season and the Rise of AI 03:20 The Inevitable Uncertainty of NFL Predictions 04:02 The Paradox of Skill in the NFL 05:02 The Unpredictability of the Kansas City Chiefs 05:19 The Impact of Quarterback Performance on NFL Rankings 06:03 Creating a Top 32 Quarterback List 06:57 Comparing Individual Quarterback Rankings 08:01 Continuing the Quarterback Rankings Discussion 08:44 The State of the NFL and the Future of Quarterbacks 11:09 The Unpredictability of the NFL and the Impact on Betting 22:51 The Kirk Cousins Tier of Quarterbacks 23:59 The Potential of Jordan Love 26:56 Critique of the Jaguars' Performance 27:08 Discussion on the Chargers' Game 27:58 Analysis of the Jacksonville Jaguars 28:27 Debate on the Cincinnati Bengals' Performance 30:37 Ranking of Top Quarterbacks 31:08 Discussion on Josh Allen's Performance 34:06 Debate on the Top Five Quarterbacks 34:28 Analysis of Dak's Performance 43:06 Discussion on the Top Four Teams 47:21 Critique of the Jalen Hurts ----------- Explore more on our website: https://www.MTPshow.com Connect with us on social media: https://linktr.ee/MTPSHOW Meet our hosts: Mike Marcangelo Dave Clarke Rayshawn Buchanan Bob Kelly Produced by Craig D'Alessandro For inquiries, contact Craig at Craig@mtpshow.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
MusicAriel Cinii - FTL - D'al Thyannhttps://arielcinii.bandcamp.comAnne Passovoy - Starship Unity - Light Ship Live At ConChord 1Lynn Barker, DC Fontana And Brian Chin - U.F.O. Ditty - Light Ship Live At ConChord 1Harold Groot - Mercury Our First Steps - Light Ship Live At ConChord 1Baldwin Of Ereborn - Talking Grand Melee Blues - Light Ship Live At ConChord 1Robin W Bailey & Brenda Sutton - Cold Dreams - Song Of The Stars - ConChord 3Larry Warner - Tribute To A Friend - Song Of The Stars - ConChord 3Cynthia McQuillin - Open Hailing Frequencies - Song Of The Stars - ConChord 3https://flowinglass.com/cynthia-mcquillinLA Filkharmonics - Finnegin's Rim - Song Of The Stars - ConChord 3Anne Prather - Firefalcon - Song Of The Stars - ConChord 3Kathy Mar - Hope Eyrie - Song Of The Stars - ConChord 3Pan Galactic - Masquerade in Bubastis - Mother's Milkhttps://pangalactic.bandcamp.comKaren Willson - Children Of The Future - DragonsongTomorrow's Songs Todayhttps://www.mcgath.com/tst/Barry & Sally Childs-Helton's classic "Escape from Mundania" and "Paradox" songbookshttps://archive.org/details/filk_escape_from_mundania_songbookhttps://archive.org/details/filk_paradox_songbookFilker Song Swaphttps://tiltify.com/@metricula/filker-song-swapConventionsTriple Time! - the 34th UK Filk ConventionFebruary 2nd-4th, 2024http://www.contabile.org.uk/GaFilk Jan 5-7 2024http://gafilk.org/Capricon Musichttps://capricon.org/departments/music/Eurofilk CircleDecember 1418:00 Central European TimeDandelion Cornerhttps://live365.com/station/Dandelion-Corner-a18657Friends Of Filk BytesMusic Circle Saturday February 24 9am-4pm Pacific TimeCheck friendsoffilk.org for detailsNew Year's 24-hour filk will begin at 7am EST on New Year's Evehttps://friendsoffilk.orgFestival Of The Living Rooms Festival of the Living Rooms 20 - December 8, 9 and 10, 2023Filk InformationFilk Newshttps://liberal.city/@filknewshttps://firstname.lastname@example.orgFriends Of Filkhttps://friendsoffilk.orgWôks Print Cataloghttps://woksprint.com/product-category/musicGeekspin Podcasthttps://geekspinpodcast.castos.com/Filk Questhttps://www.youtube.com/c/vanceamaniaVintage Filk Preservationhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0EXmacvKF3MDrKZbzmux6gHouse Concerts and House FilksMassFilchttps://www.massfilc.org/meetings.shtmlPhoenix Filk Circlehttps://phoenixfilkcircle.wordpress.comLos Angeles Filk Circlehttps://www.conchord.org/lafaad.htmlDes Moines First Friday Filkhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/548389495176195Milwaukee Housefilkhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/533294056830869/Provo Filk Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/Provo-Filk-Group-713192665748714/Minneapolis House 4th Weekend House Filkshttp://lists.freemars.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/housefilkSouthern California House Filkswww.sandiegofilk.com/SouthernCaliforniaHouseFilksMain.htmlNational Suicide Prevention LifelineHours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.800-273-8255TwitterNope, not this week!Links to the Podcasthttp://filkcast.comhttp://facebook.com/groups/FilkCasthttps://twitter.com/FilkCasttiedyeeric at filkcast.comFor a searchable list of everything played on FilkCasthttps://filkcast.blogspot.com/2021/07/
Have you ever stopped to consider the depth of your connections in a world where the number of friends you have on social media platforms seems to have taken precedence? Join me as we navigate the waters of meaningful relationships, stressing the importance of quality over quantity. Our journey takes us through the paradox of loneliness and time spent alone, and how these two aren't necessarily joined at the hip. Ever given thought to the role technology plays in shaping our social lives? It's a double-edged sword, on one hand allowing us to connect with friends and family across the globe, yet on the other, resulting in fewer face-to-face interactions and more superficial connections. The conversation segues into the pitfalls of online echo chambers, the effects of social media on our perception of relationships, and the impact of non-essentialism on our relationships. Join my weekly newsletter. Learn more about my books and courses. Join The Essentialism Academy. Follow me on LinkedIn, Instagram, X, Facebook, and YouTube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
David Gornoski sits down with Auron MacIntyre for a fascinating discussion on why there is a competency crisis in America right now. Are we close to the end of Wokeness? Is globalization always inevitable when it comes to capitalism? Is it possible to solve crumbling industries without suffering crises? Has technological innovation always been positive for humanity? Listen to the full episode to find out. Follow Auron MacIntyre on X here. Visit aneighborschoice.com for more
Spiritual Homegirl shares a revelation that she had concerning why it is hard for some people to hold themselves accountable.Join my email list: https://manage.kmail-lists.com/subscriptions/subscribe?a=QxtEaz&g=P8dWSxSubscribe to Spiritual Homegirl's YouTube here: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UClfzaF9Vr-xEPh9WBaEBhww?sub_confirmation=1Follow me on IG: https://www.instagram.com/spiritualhomegirl/Also, follow Make Peace With the Day: https://instagram.com/makepeacewiththedayCheck me out on Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/SpiritualHomegirl/
Jason Miller - Advent poses a question for us: what are you waiting for? But hidden in that question is a paradox, because sometimes it confronts us with the powerlessness we face in our unfulfilled longings, and sometimes it calls us to step into our power and make a difference. During this season of Advent, we'll lean into that paradox through teaching and practice. Ways to Get Connected Join us for Christmas Eve on Dec. 24 at 11a or 11p Support the ongoing work of SBCC by giving to the general fund, the Tribune Project, or the Christmas Offering. South Bend City Church is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax-deductible. Make sure to select the correct fund when giving.
In this profound episode, we delve into the essence of Dao De Jing's Chapter 21, exploring the elusive and mysterious nature of the Dao. Ian shares a personal experience of awakening to deep compassion, illustrating how understanding the intangibility of Dao leads to a profound realization of the insignificance of self and the importance of kindness. As we navigate the paradoxes of life and the Tao's intangible yet real presence, Ian offers wisdom on finding peace and balance by accepting emptiness, challenging societal biases towards materialism, and embracing the inherent order within the chaos of the universe.
In this episode of the 'Finding Harmony' podcast, host Harmony Slater interviews abundance coach and dear friend, Sarah Walton. They're talking about ways to reframe our understanding of money and abundance, addressing the limiting beliefs we have around money, and how we can shift from a mindset of scarcity into one of abundance. Sarah emphasizes that our sense of self-worth is the origin of true joy and abundance. And it can only be found within! Often we look to money as a saviour figure, but it's actually a currency of energy, just like joy or love! Sarah shares some helpful strategies for managing money and creating wealth. She also recounts her journey from growing up very poor to becoming a super successful abundance coach. Harmony and Sarah discuss the importance of empowering women financially, because they believe that when more money is in the hands of women, it's beneficial for families and communities. You'll feel so encouraged listening to this conversation and motivated to start cultivating a deeper connection to the abundant energy within! Chapters: 0:00:00Introduction and Podcast Theme 0:00:28Understanding Money and Abundance 0:01:24 Introducing Guest Speaker: Sarah Walton 0:01:42 Reframing Our Relationship with Money 0:03:23 Promotion of Upcoming Online Retreat 0:04:46 Beginning of Conversation with Sarah Walton 0:05:08 Discussing the Pressure of Consumerism 0:07:59 Abundance, Freedom, and J.K. Rowling 0:18:37 The Importance of Self-Trust 0:27:40 The Power of Women and Money 0:33:33 How a unitard taught Sarah about scarcity 0:36:41 The Reality of Money Flow 0:38:12 The Paradox of Abundance 0:41:38 The Healing Power of Money 0:47:20 Breaking Down Limiting Beliefs Around Abundance 0:52:21 How you can keep learning from Sarah 0:55:47 Why you and Elon Musk are more alike than you think 0:56:25 A somatic trick for cultivating abundance 1:00:44 Harmony's takeaways and reminder about the upcoming online retreat! About Sarah Walton: Sarah Walton is a business coach and sales expert who's been featured on The Today Show, speaks at women's conferences all over the world, and has helped hundreds of women start and grow businesses they LOVE. She works with a handful of 1:1 clients, runs The Sales Mastermind, and leads her exclusive Abundance Academy for women in business. She's the voice behind the Game On Girlfriend Podcast and the face of “Sarah Un- cut” on YouTube - making her the go-to source for no-nonsense business coaching and real-life, mind-blowing abundance. Through her successful coaching business, which she designed to put more money in the hands of more women, Sarah's transitioned from being “just another coach” to being a change-maker. LEARN MORE ABOUT SARAH WALTON WEBSITE I INSTAGRAM I YOUTUBE JOIN MY END-OF-YEAR REFLECT & PROJECT RETREAT >>> harmonyslater.com/reflect-and-project-retreat A big heart of thanks to our friends, family, and students from around the world, who've generously supported this podcast through your comments, sharing, and financial donations. If you've enjoyed today's podcast, please consider supporting our future episodes by making a donation. Every little bit goes a long way and we are immensely grateful for any and all of your support. Make A Donation - harmonyslater.com/donate ❤ Don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! ❤ ★★★★★ Don't be shy... Give us a 5★ rating! Opening and closing music by Nick Evans from his album “for Morgan.” Listen to the entire album on Spotify Here. Purchase your own copy Here.
"The brain defaults to easy... it doesn't care about your goals." Change is hard, but so worth it. How might your second thought be "dimming your switch?" Enjoy the tunes and rediscover what's playing inside your head.SHOWNOTESLuke Rossmo on Facebook Luke's Music Channel Support the show
It's Self-Brain Surgery Saturday!Today, a look at why it's normal and okay to feel sad sometimes, but we don't have to be stuck there. Check out the great weekly newsletter at Renovarè!Support and boost your immune system with Armra! Use DRLEEWARREN code at checkout for a discount!Improve your gut health, immune system, and protect your brain with Pique!PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to the show wherever you listen!You can become a paid partner of the podcast and get special bonus episodes and lots more content by clicking here. Click here to access the Hope Is the First Dose playlist of hopeful, healing songs!Be sure to check out my new book, Hope Is the First Dose!Here's a free 5-day Bible study on YouVersion/BibleApp based on my new book!Sign up for my weekly Self-Brain Surgery Newsletter here! (00:02) - Technical Challenges and Listener Feedback (01:42) - Exploring Stages of Grief and Finding Hope (03:12) - Sign up for Renovare's Newsletter for Spiritual Formation Resources (03:18) - Introduction to Renovare.org (03:22) - The Influence of Feelings and Neurotransmitters (05:05) - Understanding the Complexities of Emotional Experiences (06:29) - Exclusive Content for Paid Subscribers (06:46) - Biopsying our thoughts - the Bad Thought Biopsy procedure (08:15) - Understanding and managing true emotions (14:29) - Introduction to Athletic Greens and Pecan Armor (16:13) - Elizabeth Kubler-Ross' Stages of Grief (19:14) - Sadness as an ongoing part of grief, Cognitive Dissonance (22:51) - The lasting impact of trauma (32:13) - The Paradox of an Abundant and Challenging Life (34:02) - Connecting to the Infinite Source for a Fulfilling Life (34:46) - Introducing "Hope is the First Dose" book
Richard Otto - The Paradox of our National Security Complex: How secrecy and security diminish our liberty and threaten our democratic republicNovember 15Most Americans live very hectic lives and have little time to devote to reading lengthy tomes on a single subject, never mind researching these matters. Here, in a single volume, Richard Otto presents a series of compelling essays on Vietnam, Watergate and the assassinations of the 1960s. The Paradox of our National Security Complex examines the consequences of our militaristic and corporatist policies since World War II on our liberty, our security, and our democracy.BookThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/1198501/advertisement
Donald Grey Barnhouse was - for half a century - one of the most widely acclaimed American preachers. Scholarly exposition and a popular approach marked his teaching as well as a passion for Making God's Word Plain. Listen and find out why an unyielding faith, devotion to Christ, innovation, and great energy marked his ministry. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/791/29
V Dubaji tento týden začala největší klimatická konference roku COP28. Ředitel instituce Fakta o klimatu mi v dnešním rozhovoru Stopáže vysvětluje jak takový kolos funguje, čeho chce dosáhnout a proč je důležité mluvit s ropnými producenty. Ondráš Přibyla na exTwitteruFakta o klimatuCOP28
This week, Grace, Mike, and LT recap episode 3 of season 5.
Noah Hawley is leaning heavily into the supernatural aspect. This episode is packed with references to history and lore. You might be saying, “Whoa now! That's a lot of background information I don't care to look up!” That's ok because Jim and A.Ron did all the research for you. You'll soon understand the sentence: A sin-eater finds a home.Send your feedback to email@example.com! Hey there! Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the Club!Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | ForumsFollow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple PodcastsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5952832/advertisement
Oil and diamonds typically hint towards a strong and robust economy. However, there is a noticeable disconnect between the mineral richness of Angola and the lack of Foreign Direct Investment. This incongruity lingers, although the nation's civil war ended in 2002, because the reconciliation process has not addressed the core issues that caused the war. Foreign investor and local stakeholder engagement in post-conflict Angola remains timid. This leaves civil society and economic agents unsatisfied with the political and economic landscape of Angola. Sergio Calundungo, Founder of Social Observatory of Angola, and Carlos Rosado de Carvalho, Journalist and Radio Host on MFM Radio, join Mvemba to discuss the “paradox of abundance” that Angola faces.
MusicCover To Cover - Filker Song Swap Vol 1http://socialjusticebards.com/filker-song-swaphttps://tiltify.com/@metricula/filker-song-swap Bryan Baker Covering Jemma Kline - The Path Arcane https://ka-klick.comDaniel Kelly Covering Dots And Lines - Leatherwing Batshttps://ozfolklounge.bandcamp.com Leigh Tyberg Covering Bryan Baker - The Castlehttps://salaciouscrumbles.bandcamp.com Sunnie Larsen Covering Naomi Hinchen - Laundry And Taxeshttps://sunnielarsen.bandcamp.com Beth Kinderman & The Player Characters Covering Sunday Comes Afterwards Professor Willow Has A Farm - https://bethkinderman.bandcamp.com Cat Faber Covering Gabrielle Gold - The Outskirts Of Winter - https://catfaber.bandcamp.com Grace Kendall Covering C.j. Ueberall - White Knight - https://gracekendall.bandcamp.com Jane Garthson & Phil Mills Covering Robbie Matthews - Hard To Be A Halflinghttps://janegarthson.bandcamp.com Jemma Kline Covering Phil Mills - The Book Of Truly Alive Robbie Matthews Covering Cat Faber - Math Rocks Sunday Comes Afterwards Covering The PDX Broadsides - Tiny Little Octopus https://sundaycomesafterwards.bandcamp.com The PDX Broadsides Covering Metricula - All That The Rain Promises https://thepdxbroadsides.bandcamp.com The Salacious Crumbles Covering Chuck Parker - Hello Friend https://salaciouscrumbles.bandcamp.com Tom Smith Covering Jane Garthson - A Gonnagle Of The Nac Mac Feegles https://tomsmith.bandcamp.com Petty Observations Covering Tim Griffin - Five Little Roosters Via Bella Covering Tunesters Union - Rocket Bye Baby https://viabellaband.bandcamp.comMadison Metricula Roberts - To Doctor O'Brien, Regarding The Violin - Metricula Covering Karl-Johan Norénhttps://metricula.bandcamp.comTomorrow's Songs Todayhttps://www.mcgath.com/tst/Barry & Sally Childs-Helton's classic "Escape from Mundania" and "Paradox" songbookshttps://archive.org/details/filk_escape_from_mundania_songbookhttps://archive.org/details/filk_paradox_songbookFilker Song Swaphttps://tiltify.com/@metricula/filker-song-swapConventionsCapricon Musichttps://capricon.org/departments/music/Eurofilk CircleNovember 3018:00 Central European TimeDandelion Cornerhttps://live365.com/station/Dandelion-Corner-a18657Friends Of Filk BytesMusic Circle Saturday December 2 9am-4pm Pacific TimeCheck friendsoffilk.org for detailsFestival Of The Living Rooms Festival of the Living Rooms 20 - December 8, 9 and 10, 2023Filk InformationFilk Newshttps://liberal.city/@filknewshttps://firstname.lastname@example.orgFriends Of Filkhttps://friendsoffilk.orgWôks Print Cataloghttps://woksprint.com/product-category/musicGeekspin Podcasthttps://geekspinpodcast.castos.com/Filk Questhttps://www.youtube.com/c/vanceamaniaVintage Filk Preservationhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0EXmacvKF3MDrKZbzmux6gNational Suicide Prevention LifelineHours: Available 24 hours. Languages: English, Spanish.800-273-8255Twitter@ka_klick, @yasslad, @SunnieLarsen, @BethKinderman, @CatSittingstill, @grace_kendall, @JaneGarthson, @SundayComesNext, @PDXBroadsides, @filkertom, @ViaBellaBand, @metriculaLinks to the Podcasthttp://filkcast.comtiedyeeric at filkcast.comFor a searchable list of everything played on FilkCasthttps://filkcast.blogspot.com/2021/07/the-complete-list_25.htmlIntro Music - Following Our Dreams - Lawrence Dean
Scholars have highlighted the extent to which institutions in certain developing countries often lack the power to effectively project authority and implement policies. There may also be a substantial gap between public policy objectives and their actual execution, which in turn reduces the credibility and legitimacy of the state. Bureaucracies exhibit significant variation in their ability to implement policies both between and within countries, across various policy functions, and even within specific administrative tasks. While the Indian bureaucracy is often criticized for being captured and thereby unable to execute its core functions, it is at the same time able to coordinate hugely challenging tasks such as periodic elections. This paradox is further evident in the puzzling disparities in performance across Indian states, exemplified by the country's success in eradicating polio even as its public health systems face significant challenges.Akshay Mangla is Associate Professor of International Business at the University of Oxford, Saïd Business School. In — Making Bureaucracy Work: Norms, Education and Public Service Delivery in Rural India — he examines how and why some bureaucracies deliver education services more effectively than others. He finds that variations in bureaucratic norms (informal rules guiding public officials and their interactions with citizens) result in diverse implementation patterns and outcomes. While some agencies adhere strictly to legalistic approaches, emphasizing rule compliance, others foster deliberation and encourage flexible problem-solving with local communities, ultimately improving the quality of education services. @AkshayMangla Key highlightsIntroduction - 00:24The perception of bureaucrats being slow and inefficient - 03:56Balancing adherence to rules with exercising discretion - 06:18Embedded autonomy and development - 17:32The bureaucratic paradox in India - 22:14Legalistic bureaucracy versus deliberative bureaucracy - 30:48Engaging street-level bureaucrats in addressing and responding to local issues - 37:26How bureaucrats respond to advance the interests of both underprivileged groups and elites - 43:41Addressing the learning crisis in low-income countries: strategies and solutions – 51:12 HostProfessor Dan Banik (@danbanik @GlobalDevPod)Apple Google Spotify YouTubeSubscribe: https://globaldevpod.substack.com/
The Dutch Trump is something we never thought would be uttered on our podcast, yet here we are. This episode of The Chad & Cheese Podcast (Does Europe) starts with a lesson in European politics and the rise of mini-Trumps around the in places like Italy, France and, yes, Holland. That's followed by a breakdown of recent tech news, including London-born startup Artisan and it's AI, named Ava, raising funds, Ukraine's Jooble quietly winning and Spain's Manuel making moves on Paradox's Olivia (Is she interested? We discuss.) Then it's off to startup land where companies are refocused on retention and pay equity in light of higher interest rates and a dead IPO market. From there, it's off to Deutschland where a recession has led Europe's largest economy to rethink immigration ... assuming you're the "right" kind of immigrant, of course. Chad opines that "there's too many stupid humans" in the world. He's not talking about our listeners, of course. Enjoy this wunderbar episode.
G. Edward Griffin joins me to talk about his book The Creature from Jekyll Island which explores central banking cartels, why the truth is not enough, the nature of money, and the biggest socioeconomic problem in the world today. G. Edward Griffin is a legendary author, filmmaker, and public speaker. // GUEST // Website: https://realityzone.com/ Chasm: https://chasm.realityzone.com/// SPONSORS // In Wolf's Clothing: https://wolfnyc.com/NetSuite: https://netsuite.com/whatismoneyiCoin Hardware Wallet (use discount code BITCOIN23): https://www.icointechnology.com/Mind Lab Pro: https://mindlabpro.com/breedloveCrowdHealth: https://www.joincrowdhealth.com/breedloveWasabi Wallet: https://wasabiwallet.io/Bitcoin Apparel (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://thebitcoinclothingcompany.com/Feel Free Tonics (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://botanictonics.comCarnivore Bar (use discount code BREEDLOVE): https://carnivorebar.com/// OUTLINE // 00:00:00 - Coming up 00:00:34 - Intro 00:02:07 - Helping Lightning Startups with In Wolf's Clothing 00:02:54 - Introducing G. Edward Griffin 00:04:42 - 7 Reasons To Abolish the Central Banking 00:06:08 - Central Banking Cartels 00:09:53 - Why The Creature From Jekyll Island 00:13:14 - Why The Truth is Not Enough 00:17:10 - Living a Lie 00:20:27 - How Cartel Can Sustain Itself 00:22:10 - What is Money? 00:35:20 - Run Your Business from Anywhere with NetSuite 00:36:25 - Secure Your Bitcoin Stash with the iCoin Hardware Wallet 00:37:22 - The Emergence of Money and Industrial Use Value 00:41:24 - Proof of Work and Truthful Money 00:44:44 - Weaknesses of Gold and Bitcoin 00:48:24 - Analogies for Why Printing of Money is Destructive 00:56:42 - Can Gold and Bitcoin Coexist Side By Side? 01:01:02 - Paradox of Government 01:02:31 - Enhance Your Brain Power with Mind Lab Pro 01:03:38 - Take Control of Your Healthcare with CrowdHealth 01:04:39 - A Bitcoin Wallet with Privacy Built-In: Wasabi Wallet 01:05:31 - Money as a Voting System 01:12:32 - Two Types of Property and Grey Area 01:20:55 - The Biggest Socioeconomic Problem Today 01:27:17 - Where to Find G. Edward Griffin on the Internet// PODCAST // Podcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYI// SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL // Bitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7 Sats via Strike: https://strike.me/breedlove22Sats via Tippin.me: https://tippin.me/@Breedlove22Dollars via Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/RBreedlove// WRITTEN WORK // Medium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/Substack: https://breedlove22.substack.com/// SOCIAL // Breedlove Twitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22WiM? Twitter: https://twitter.com/WhatisMoneyShowLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@breedlove22All My Current Work: https://vida.page/breedlove22
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the number of meetings you attend and wonder whether your time could be better used elsewhere? According to research referenced in Harvard Business Review, executives now spend an average of 23 hours per week in meetings--up from about 10 hours in the 1960s. Are the extra hours spent in meetings making us more or less productive? That's the question we're going to tackle in today's episode. More importantly, we're going to find out how we can do fewer meetings and make the meetings we do have more productive. About our Guest Yari (pronounced Jah-Dee) Ising is the founder of The Ising Agency, a firm offering operations, recruiting, and admin support for stretched-thin in-house teams. Before launching her agency, she was the director of client operations for a staffing agency where she built teams that thrived together. She has a background in Television Production, Media & Communications and has managed live events and built in-house creative teams for Fortune 500 Companies. For the last decade, she helped get the right people in place to build the most efficient and productive workflows. What You'll Learn Why doing “less” creates “more” output and satisfaction How to professionally excuse yourself from meetings you don't need to be in Why an agenda (that actually gets followed!) is a non-negotiable for every meeting How tools like Loom can replace some of your meetings Links for This Episode: Website: https://www.itsyari.com/ LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yari-ising/ LinkedIn Business Page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/itsyari Connect with Dr. Mike: Website: https://www.drmikepatterson.com Book: https://www.missionfirstpeoplealwaysbook.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drmichaellpatterson Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealdrmikepatterson/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drmikepatterson Buy The Book!: Mission First People Always Episode Minute By Minute: 00:00 Introduction to Today's Episode On Having Fewer Meetings 01:17 Guest Introduction: Yadi Ising 02:59 Yadi Ising's Personal Journey 04:39 The Problem with Meetings 06:36 The Impact of COVID-19 on Meeting Culture 07:56 The Paradox of Productivity in Meetings 09:22 The Role of Meetings in the Modern Workplace 10:56 Creating Effective Meetings 21:54 The Benefits of Fewer Meetings 24:06 The Role of Trust and Clear Expectations in Meetings 26:07 How Yadi Ising's Agency Helps Teams 31:29 Practical Advice for Better Meetings 34:21 Conclusion and Final Thoughts
In this episode, you'll discover why we're living a life we think we should want instead of the life we truly desire. I give specific exercises to help us understand why we're succeeding, and still miserable. I give you practical steps to help you avoid the Abilene Paradox and uncover the person you want to become. Lastly, you'll learn why the habit of investing in yourself changes your mindset into one of continual growth and self-improvement. LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE IF: You're successful, yet happiness and fulfillment remain elusive You suspect you're living your life based on what others think There is a gap between where you currently are and where you want to be You want practical strategies to help you stop thinking about what you will accomplish, and start thinking about who you want to become. Follow: Instagram: @idareyoupod or @darrinjohnson1 Threads: @idareyoupod TikTok: @idareyoupod
If you feel like the challenge of self-discovery, personal growth, and spiritual awakening amidst life's ups and downs is real, you're not alone! That's why in this episode of Biohacking Bestie, guest Julianne Hough dives into how to navigate through this and find solutions for healing your trauma and stepping into your highest self.Julianne discusses reconnecting with childhood dreams, using dance and fitness as therapeutic outlets, understanding the significance of feminine energy, the importance of creating meaningful relationships, and how to navigate personal struggles while pursuing professional growth. It also provides valuable insights on how to create a safe and empowering community, deal with emotions such as guilt and grief, and break free from past patterns to embrace one's higher self.Julianne Hough is a multi-talented American artist – a champion on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars", an actress (starring in films like "Footloose" and "Safe Haven"), and an Emmy award winner. Now the host of ABC's Dancing with Stars and founder of Kinergy, she's an advocate for health and wellness and is recognized for using her platform to promote various causes.What we discuss: (02:49 - 05:22) Exploring Personal Experiences With Ayahuasca (06:26 - 08:05) The Creation of the Name Kinnergy(11:09 - 12:52) Biohacking (18:40 - 20:12) Embracing and Overcoming Personal Wounds(21:13 - 23:21) Fear of Being Boring and Self-Reflection(35:39 - 36:07) The Paradox of Giving and Receiving(42:54 - 44:09) Creating Safe and Contained Trauma Exploration(46:02 - 47:25) Navigating Personal Challenges for Positive Project(54:43 - 56:39) Exploring Safety and Relationships(59:35 - 01:01:40) Desires and Qualities in a PartnerThank you to our sponsors:ARMRA: Go to https://tryarmra.com/aggie to get 15% off of your first order.LMNT: Go to DrinkLMNT.com/aggie to get a free sample pack with any purchase!Find more from Aggie: Start optimizing your health: https://biohackingbestie.com/Get daily Biohacking Bestie tips: @biohackingbestieGet a 7-Day FREE meal plan here: https://www.fitasfuck.co/mealplanFind more from Julianne Hough:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juleshough/Website: https://www.kinrgy.com/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Kate is joined by Dan Egan, author of the Devil's Element: Phosphorous and a World Out of Balance. Why phosphorus? Phosphorus is vital for life on Earth and plays a pivotal role in fertilizers that sustain agriculture. However, it's also a finite resource where its overuse in fertilizers has led to significant environmental concerns such as toxic algae blooms. The history of phosphorus, from its isolation as an element, to its sordid history and its various applications, including warfare, is explored. Somehow, phosphorous is at the heart of our food system, the conception of the soap opera, the Clean Water Act, and the children's rhyme “Shelly sells seashells by the seashore.” Its history is nothing short of sordid and it is “the gravest natural resource shortage you've never heard of.” Dan and Kate also explore future sources of phosphorous and whether or not waste is really waste at all. This is an essential part of understanding agricultural systems and a great interview. Find Dan-the Devil's Element: Phosphorous and a World Out of BalanceResources Mentioned: Farmer's of Forty Centuries: Organic Farming in China, Korea, and Japan by F. H. KingInterview with Dan on Sustainable DishSupport the Podcast:SubstackLeave a one-time TipCurrent Discounts for MBS listeners:15% off Farm True ghee and body care products using code: KATEKAV1510% off Home of Wool using code KATEKAVANAUGH15% off Bon Charge blue light blocking gear using code: MINDBODYSOIL15
Ever wonder why we're quick to transition from Thanksgiving's gratitude to the frantic rush of Black Friday deals? This episode takes a hard look at this cultural paradox, casting a new light on the true essence of Thanksgiving. Join us as we celebrate our podcast's first anniversary and reflect on our mission of scriptural teaching, congregational singing, discipleship, prayer, and fellowship with a year of God's unwavering faithfulness. We'll also dig into the heart of Thanksgiving and the importance of not just giving thanks, but acknowledging to whom we are thankful.Do you feel the power of gratitude is often lost in today's fast-paced society? We tackle this issue head-on, sharing a poignant story of a teacher's unexpected pizza delivery, which prompts us to contemplate our own direction of thankfulness. We discuss the pitfalls of an ungrateful society and its negative traits, then lighten the mood with an inspiring story of a woman who battles her physical limitations with a spirit of gratitude, proving that this attitude indeed overcomes bitterness. We dive deeper into the conversation, discussing how to respond to brokenness with love and forgiveness. It's not always easy, but with God's guidance, we can become agents of healing in our communities. We draw upon the wisdom of Ephesians 5:15, emphasizing the importance of continuous gratitude to God for every blessing, big or small. As we wrap up, we reflect on our success and express our gratitude to you, our listeners, for your support. We also chat about the importance of financial support for ministries and podcasts like ours, and how you can get involved. So tune in, and let's explore the transformative power of gratitude together.Support the show
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Paradox & Space read fan emails for our fall edition of Fangasms.Christmas Announcement:Email us at TalkToTheMuzzle@gmail.com your holiday traditions, stories, pictures by December 12th, 2023 and we'll share them on our Christmas Special episode.Have a show topic you want us to cover, do you know an artist or guest you would like to have on the show, or do you just want to chat? Shoot us an email at email@example.comJoin Our Telegram Group: https://t.me/StraightFromTheMuzzleFollow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FromTheMuzzleMore About Us:https://linktr.ee/FromTheMuzzle
This episode explores the possibility and probability of extraterrestrial life in the universe. Are we alone? Is it possible that other civilizations exist and are too afraid to make contact with us? Or do they have more ill intent? Explore the cosmos and make first contact as the Fermi Paradox is discussed. If you have any questions or topics you'd like to see the society cover, please reach out at Contact@hushhushsociety.com You can find all our audio, blogs and drop sweet ratings at www.hushhushsociety.com Find our Video Content on our Rokfin Leave us a review on Apple, our website, Podchaser or GoodPods You can grab Hush Hush merch and help support the show on Patreon Link up with the society on social media: Facebook Instagram Twitter
Kokayi Nosakhere is an anti-racism/pro-humanity educator who, day in and day out, talks about the ways in which white supremacy culture is alive and well within our bodies and within the racial caste system we live in. He has written 4 books 1) When and Where We Feel Safe, 2) Beyond the Epiphany, 3) The Paradox of Guidance and his newest book For Your Benefit: How to Build a Racial Trauma Center, which is available for purchase now. To sign up for his newsletter, email Kokayi at RoyalStar907@gmail.com
In today's hyper-connected world, where possibilities are just a click away, high performers face a unique challenge: the Paradox of Choice. Each decision they make can open a multitude of doors, leading to more options, more outcomes, and ironically, more uncertainty. Whether it's a business decision, a personal choice, or a professional crossroads, the modern high-achiever is bombarded with an overwhelming number of options. So, what's the best way to navigate this labyrinth of opportunities? The answer, surprisingly, is simpler than you'd think: When in doubt, say “no.” To get more exclusive insights and strategies on high performance habits join my newsletter! https://naeemmahmood.com/newsletter/ Tap my link to get a FREE one-year supply of vitamin D drops + five travel packs with your first purchase of AG1! https://athleticgreens.com/naeem I would really appreciate it if you left a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes! It takes only a minute and I love reading the reviews! Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Naeem:
Micah 3 contains a passage that challenges hypocritical prophets. The Hebrew language of this chapter is biting and intense. What follows this section of judgment is an unexpected message hope. Micah 3-4 is a great section of the prophets that illustrates two important themes of the prophets of the Hebrew Bible. Matthew (M.A. Biblical Literature and Semitic Languages) breaks down these chapters and does an analysis of some of the interesting Hebrew insights in these chapters. 0:27-1:19: Intro1:20-2:54: Challenges with Prophets2:55-6:40: Two Sides of the Coin: Judgment and Hope6:41-9:46: Etched in Stone or Written in Pencil?9:47-11:38: Micah 3 Intro11:39-13:17: Prophets for Hire in HB and Mari13:18-16:48: Serpent Seers: Hebrew Language Insight16:49-20:47: Humiliation of the Hypocrites: Hebrew Language Insight20:48-22:33: Remember who has the answer: Akkadian Language Insight22:34-25:06: A Prophet filled with Power25:07-28:25: Micah 4 and Hope28:26-29:44: ConclusionJoin the Hebrew Bible Book Club https://www.patreon.com/hebrewbibleinsights WHERE TO FIND US Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hebrewbibleinsights YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRSNQ7xVw7PjQ5FnqYmSDA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_hebrewbibleinsights/ TikTok: www.tiktok.com/@hebrewbibleinsights Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HebrewBibleInsights Threads: https://www.threads.net/@_hebrewbibleinsights Website: https://www.hebrewbibleinsights.com
Breaking Through The Paradox - Dialogs With Dr. Cousens & Dr. Sacks 11/27/23 SUPPORT RICHARD SACKS: https://www.givesendgo.com/richardsacks http://www.worldpeacemeditation.net/ A new LIVE series with Dr. Gabriel Cousens, M.D. & Dr. Richard Sacks, Ph.D., host of Lost Arts Radio LOST ARTS RADIO EMAIL LIST FREE SIGN-UP: https://globalleadersconsulting.activehosted.com/f/1 LOST ARTS RADIO SUBSTACK: https://lostartsradio.substack.com LOST ARTS RADIO STORE: http://shop.lostartsradio.com http://www.drcousens.com and http://treeoflife.mn.co http://www.planetaryhealingclub.com and http://www.lostartsradio.com/live Help keep us on the air: REWARDS PROGRAM - http://www.subscribestar.com/lostartsradio
Tonight on We Are Paradox Media's "Late Night in the Rockies" Weekend Host TessaTNT will be joined by Psychic Medium Mea Savage, Author/Artist Travis Willier Moostoos and Astral Traveler and rock guy Robert White.This evening we will be discussing many different paranormal and otherwise different topics in our realm today.
'Areté: Activate Your Heroic Potential' = an instant Amazon bestseller and is now officially available! Place your order today and let's do this, heroes! https://heroic.us/arete Hi, this is Brian. Welcome back to another Areté +1°, a micro-chapter from my new book, 'Areté: Activate Your Heroic Potential'. This one is called... The Paradox of the Ego: We Need a Strong One to Let It Go
The Best Of Unleah (original Episode Description Below!) Anne Helen Petersen is an academic, journalist, and author best known for her work as the former senior culture writer and western correspondent at BuzzFeed, her book Can't Even: How Millennials Became the Burnout Generation, and her most recent gig as a writer at Substack. On top of that, She has been featured in publications such as Forbes, The New York Times, Business Insider, The Wallstreet Journal, NPR and many more. As I mentioned, Anne wrote a book on Millennial burnout and is an expert on it. So I wanted to have Anne on the show, because honestly, I am pretty burnt out. And I have been for a while. Reading her book was a revelation of just how much I've been living hand to mouth and my out-of-whack priorities have been.The awareness of what burnout looks like, has helped me start to make small changes to rejuvenate myself and get back in touch with the sweetness and simple joys of life. It's my hope that this interview can be an inciting moment for you to do the same, if you're feeling similarly. From This Conversation You'll Learn: What burnout is and how to know if you have it Why she was drawn to the topic How to form a practice to deal with your burnout & rest Why millennials suffer for burnout more What our boomer parents/history has to do with it What to do if you feel like you never work hard enough How the pandemic is affecting burnout Why you should talk to trees and plants (REALLY) Why a traditional office setting lends itself to burnout Why employers both overwork millennials and criticize them for not being hardworking enough Why Anne believes it's sometimes better to do what you really like instead of what you love How to get over Creative heartbreak And more! Get Anne's Book Here! Download my new song, "Freakshow" Here: ffm.to/laurenlofreakshow Time codes: 00:00 Introduction and Welcome 00:06 Revisiting the Burnout Episode 01:11 The Importance of Rest and Reflection 01:51 Introducing the Guest: Anne Helen Peterson 02:33 The Burnout Generation: A Deep Dive 03:03 Anne Helen Peterson's Expertise and Background 03:31 Personal Experiences with Burnout 04:18 Understanding and Dealing with Burnout 04:56 Interview with Anne Helen Peterson Begins 06:22 Personal Journey and Burnout Realization 06:34 Understanding Millennial Burnout 10:14 The Impact of Work Culture on Burnout 13:07 The Role of Parenting and Childhood in Burnout 24:46 The Pandemic and Its Effect on Burnout 27:42 The Paradox of Productivity on Slack 28:20 The Impact of Surveillance on Work Culture 29:48 The Journey of Writing a Book 31:58 The Misconception of Millennials and Work 41:43 The Transition from Academia to Journalism 46:52 The Challenges and Freedom of the Gig Economy 53:03 Reflections on Childhood and the Journey to Now 54:31 Closing Thoughts and Acknowledgements
In this episode, we'll give senders practical tips to pump up their personalization and unravel the complexities behind the 'Show me you know me,' philosophy.
In today's episode, I'm jamming with Branden Collinsworth again. This time, we explore the importance of reconnecting with nature and becoming sovereign humans again. Branden guides us through the importance of balancing the physical, emotional, spiritual, wisdom, and love aspects of ourselves through personal growth and self-discovery, and shares his insights into how we can make our old ceilings into our new floors. Branden is a testament to human resilience, emerging from a background fraught with adversity to become a global beacon of transformative power. His journey from the perilous grips of gang violence and personal despair to esteemed Nike ambassador and advisor to elite athletes and visionary leaders reflects his unparalleled determination. A mastermind in enhancing human performance, Branden's influence resonates in the successes of top-tier professionals and his transformative Warrior Retreats, recognized as the pinnacle of experiential journeys. Through all his endeavors, Branden proves that the spirit of human achievement knows no bounds. —Branden's Instagram @brandencollinsworth: https://www.instagram.com/brandencollinsworth —Nike Classes: https://www.nike.com/ntc-app —YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCyA1vNZ6Z2k7g26JNKA83g —Warrior Retreats: https://gogetfunding.com/warriorretreats2023/ —TedxTalk: https://youtu.be/kadse8DqMkU?si=j5DlujYSTS_nqAcu Themes: Reconnecting with Nature, Paradox of Technology, Holistic Well-being, Balance, Personal Growth, Self-discovery, Courage, Change, Authenticity, Healing, Emotions, Personal Growth, Integration, Embracing the Unknown, Beliefs, Stepping Into Our Fullest Potential, Liberation, Transformation, Purpose Chapters: 0:00:00 Intro 0:04:19 The Power of Choice 0:12:43 The Journey to Alignment and Expression 0:16:33 Preserving the Past vs. Ushering into a Love-centered Future 0:17:49 Technology's Detachment from Self 0:21:41 The Insane Asylum that society is 0:25:00 Monetizing Lack of Optimization in a Manipulative World 0:28:31 Plato's Allegory of the Cave: The Illusion of Reality 0:31:41 Bringing Others Into the Light: Our Duty for Love 0:35:20 Challenging Accepted Narratives 0:36:00 Questioning righteousness and biases 0:42:49 Critical thinking and the fear of censorship 0:45:59 Challenging toxic narratives in media and culture 0:49:24 The challenges and rewards of personal growth and optimization 0:57:05 The Power of Unity and Division 1:01:09 Willingness to Die for Truth and Love 1:02:48 Courage and the Power of Using Your Voice 1:07:37 The Importance of Humility in Conversations 1:08:48 The Courageous Path: Embracing Challenges for Fulfillment 1:09:35 Courageous Step Towards Optimization and Warrior Retreat Introduction 1:18:52 Connecting with Nature and Ayahuasca in the Jungle This episode is sponsored by SafeSleeve: Use code GROVES10 for 10% off sitewide at www.safesleevecases.com Drop us a note at email@example.com for sponsor product support, questions, comments, guest suggestions, or just to say hello! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices