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The Pipeline Show Jul6 2022

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 102:18


Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - Intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - A very quick opening segment from Guy to set up the final episode previewing the 2022 NHL Draft. [7:00] - Sam Cosentino from Sportsnet goes in depth of his top 5 Defensive Defencemen from the Class of 2022 plus more. [33:56] - The next scout in the queue is Grant McCagg from Recrutes.ca who has the task of profiling his top 5 Power Forward for 2022. [1:01:51] - The last scout on the show before the NHL Draft is Ross MacLean from MacLean Hockey who educates us all on his top 5 Natural Born Snipers and what makes them so deadly. [1:23:38] - The final 2022 Draft Spotlight segment for Season 17 features Red Deer Rebels starting netminder Chase Coward who has earned an invite to Team Canada U20 camp this summer. [1:40:20] - Guy closes out the episode with a look to what is still to come in Season 17.

Channel Junkies Podcast
WALK AND TALK #62 Recession Life Preserver - Client Experience and Pipeline Follow Up

Channel Junkies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 23:24


Welcome to today's YouTube For Realtors WALK AND TALK #62- I have so many things going through my head every day about YouTube for Realtors that I just want to get it all out! I get asked so many questions everyday and coach so many agents it's time to answer all of those in depth, on my walk to the gym!In todays episode I do a deep dive into Want to see over 500 free videos teaching you YouTube for Real Estate? Go here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVALMF99nztSJEJ7lehzEOQTo learn more about our courses and trainings schedule call here: https://calendly.com/channeljunkiessalesWant to partner with us at eXp and get all our training and coaching free? Tell me more here: https://forms.gle/UrVcNtnSYCR6H1Vd9Or email info@jacksonwilkey.com and say you came from the podcast!

Venta Inteligente
Inteligencia de procesos (con Pablo Grueso)

Venta Inteligente

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 68:28


Hoy hablamos de procesos y de herramientas de automatización y gestión de procesos de venta con Pablo Grueso, CEO de Tecnofor. Con Pablo hablaremos del mapeado de procesos y de como Jira puede utilizarse para automatizar muchos de los "subprocesos" que se generan durante un proceso de ventas.Además hablamos de gestión del pipeline y de herramientas que facilitan el trabajo de vendedores y jefes de venta.

Pipeliners Podcast
Episode 239: Supporting New Gas Supply Through Existing Pipelines with Michael Falk

Pipeliners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 34:46


This week's Pipeliners Podcast episode features Mike Falk of Burns & McDonnell discussing the demand for natural gas, greenhouse emissions, and the differences between just pure natural gas and a mix of natural gas and hydrogen. In this episode, you will learn about the ways the gas demand has changed over the years, by what method the gas is getting to the markets that need it, as well as how to reduce greenhouse emissions while delivering the gas. Hydrogen is also a large topic of discussion in the episode. Russel and Mike also converse about the way hydrogen is going to impact our ability to reduce emissions but still meet the necessary demands. - Access the show notes and full episode transcript at PipelinePodcastNetwork.com.

The Board Game BBQ Podcast
Episode 197: On Mars: Alien Invasion, Fabled Fruit, 1960: The Making of the President

The Board Game BBQ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 84:37


Join Def, Sarah and Dan as they discuss playing games with their kids, revisiting the classics, and an assortment of two-player games. Meanwhile in Sizzling Games, Sarah has been investigating interstellar invasions, Dan has been foraging for fabled forest fruit, and Def has been predicting past presidents. In the Board Game Bracket we settle the last match-up, Brass: Birmingham vs Root, before we cue up the final battle for the Quarter Finals: Anachrony vs Architects of the West Kingdom. To make sure your favourite goes through to the next round make sure you vote on our socials. Finally, in Swear An Oath Dan played Welcome to the Moon, Sarah played The Transcontinental, and Def played On Mars: Alien Invasion. And everyone's new oath is: teaching Dan On Mars!!!   Sizzling Games: On Mars: Alien Invasion (28:15), Fabled Fruit (36:50), 1960: The Making of the President (47:25) Board Game Bracket: (1:03:20) Swear An Oath: (1:14:26)   Check out our Eventbrite page for all of our upcoming Game Days: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/o/board-game-bbq-32833304483   Has this episode left you with a thirst for more? Here are all of the games that we discussed: Love Letter (2012)  Root (2018)  Rival Restaurants (2019)  Cockroach Poker (2004)  Pipeline (2019)  Underwater Cities (2018)  Jaipur (2009)  Food Chain Island (2020)  Ugly Gryphon Inn (2021)  Hanamikoji (2013)  On Mars: Alien Invasion (2022)  Fabled Fruit (2016)  1960: The Making of a President (2007)  Brass: Birmingham (2018)  Anachrony (2017)  Architects of the West Kingdom (2018)  Welcome to the Moon (2021)  The Transcontinental (2022)    **SPONSORS** Our podcast is proudly sponsored by Advent Games. Advent Games (http://www.adventgames.com.au/) are an Australian online board game store based in Sydney, NSW. Their core values are integrity, customer satisfaction, and providing a wide range of products including those hard-to-find board games. Our Board Game Bracket 2.0 is proudly sponsored by Game Toppers LLC. They have joined the BBQ, and are even providing us with one of their Game Toppers for our Game Days! Check out their Kickstarter now! These Game Toppers are amazing, and can transform any old table into an A1 quality Game Table! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/burky/game-toppers-30-upgrading-every-game-you-play?ref=discovery&term=game%20toppers **PATREON** Yes, that's right. We have a Patreon. By becoming a Patreon member you will receive exclusive content, have access to a members only section of our discord where you can contribute to the content of the show, and much more. Your Patreon support will also allow us to expand the podcast and deliver some exciting upcoming projects that we have planned for 2022. Our team at the Board Game BBQ Podcast love what we do and will continue to deliver the same shenanigans that you have come to expect from us, and we are already incredibly grateful and humbled by all of your support. Being a member of the Patreon is by no means an obligation and please do not support the Patreon if it will it cause you financial hardship in any way. But if you would like to support us from as little as USD$5 a month please click the link and head to the Patreon page. Thanks again for all of your continued support. We work hard to create a welcoming and inclusive community and you are all awesome. See you at the BBQ!! Patreon link: https://www.patreon.com/BoardGameBBQ **SOCIALS** Support the podcast and join the community! https://linktr.ee/BoardGameBBQ

Leadville: The 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race Podcast, p/b Floyd's of Leadville

You've crossed the Pipeline inbound timing mat -- just 30 miles to go! But this is, without question, where the race REALLY begins. And the 5 flat miles we talk about in THE COURSE today are surprisingly tough. We talk you through every mile of it. But the real focus of this episode is an increeasingly-popular piece of equipment in mountain biking: DROPPER POSTS. Are they reliable enough? Are they too heavy? Will they make you safer and faster? Which ones are the best? We dig into all these questions and more.

The Heavy-Duty Parts Report
Creating a Pipeline of Techs with Employer Branding

The Heavy-Duty Parts Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 25:23


Episode 211: If you've been struggling to hire technicians for your shop, what strategies can you put in place to create a steady stream of new technicians.Show Notes: Visit HeavyDutyPartsReport.com for complete show notes of this episode and to subscribe to allour content. Disclaimer: This content and description may containaffiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, TheHeavy-Duty Parts Report may receive a small commission. Sponsors of this Episode: Want to look up parts but don't have a part number or the VIN? Download Diesel Parts for free on Desktop or on your Apple or Android device. Looking for high-quality fuel injection for heavy-duty applications? Visit AMBACInternational.com/AftermarketSpecial Offer: Are you looking to purchase heavy-duty parts and get your commercial vehicle repaired? Get access to one of HDA Truck Pride's 750 locations across the United States and Canada. Visit HeavyDutyPartsReport.com/BuyParts.

Read More Plays
EP.#2.15 Pipeline By Dominique Morisseau

Read More Plays

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 86:06


In this episode READ MORE PLAYS hosts Ricardo Frederick Evans and Jennifer Sassaman discuss the play Pipeline By Dominique Morisseau. Theme music by Kalyn Harewood, with additional music by Bob Sassaman.Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for updates and discussions you can participate in.  Support us on Patreon to get bloopers, dramaturgy, and other bonus content. Please like and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.Links to items referenced in this episode:1. A full plot summary of the play can be found on the Plot Synopses page of our website: https://www.readmoreplays.com/plot-synopsis2. Information about the analytic technique used in this and other episodes can be found in the Text Analysis page of our website: https://www.readmoreplays.com/analysis

Yank Report
Evaluating The USYNT U20 Class w/ Gideon Sutherland

Yank Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 39:45


Gideon Sutherland joins us to discuss the USYNT U20s. We talk about the players, the tournament, and beyond. 0:00 Intro 1:07 Surprises 1:44 USL 4:37 Strikers 13:49 Midfielders 21:09 Defenders 25:32 How good is this class 27:13 Olympics 29:01 Keepers 32:41 US Development 36:10 The Pipeline

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin
7 Minute Sales: Prune your Pipeline

THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 19:05


In today's episode, Jon and Scott talk about the sales pipeline. Mapping out your daily schedules. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/  Website: https://jondwoskin.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/  Email: jon@jondwoskin.com  Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big!

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The Pipeline Show July1 2022

Pipeline Show Media RSS Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 149:30


Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - Intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy begins the episode with a bunch of News and Notes items including the Memorial Cup, the CHL Import draft, Big Ten adds UCLA and USC and Hockey Canada losing a ton of money and sponsors. [18:12] - Scott Wheeler from The Athletic is the first scout of the week and he talks in depth about five of his top Diminutive Dynamos from the Class of 2022. [52:42] - Joel Henderson scouts for Puck Preps and also for FC Hockey and he is handling the "Playmakers" category for us ahead of the 2022 NHL Draft. [1:17:54] - Scout and writer Tony Ferrari of The Hockey News is my next guest and he is going to talk about some of the bigger Boom/Bust type players available in the 2022 NHL Draft. [1:39:20] - There will be more than the usual amount of OA players taken in the 2022 NHL Draft. Brock Otten from McKeens Hockey is my guest to talk about some of those overaged players we need to know. [2:10:16] - We end this week's episode with a 2022 Draft Spotlight segment and get to know NTDP forward Cole Spicer. [2:27:09] - Guy wraps up the episode for the week with a look ahead.

Eminent Domain
93. Philip Hundl on the Matterhorn Express Pipeline

Eminent Domain

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 27:07


Eminent domain expert Philip Hundl joins the show today to talk about the recently approved Matterhorn Express Pipeline that is projected to span 490 miles in Texas and impact hundreds of property owners. We talk about the questions landowners should ask when facing acquisition for a pipeline, as well as the details and concerns to look for in a proposed form of easement. Learn more about Phil and his practice at txcondemnationrights.com.   Please share your thoughts on the show or this episode with me. I'm on Twitter @J_Clint. If you have thoughts about future show guests or ideas for episodes, please let me know.

Being an Engineer
Zach White | How to be the CEO of Your Own Career

Being an Engineer

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 43:43


Zach White is a widely regarded coach known for changing the game in engineering career & leadership coaching. He has worked with hundreds of engineering leaders from top technology companies, to industry leaders in manufacturing and design. Zach is the Founder and CEO of Oasis of Courage, known as OACO, a fast-growing company with unique and proven coaching programs exclusively for engineers. He also hosts a top rated show, The Happy Engineer Podcast.Topics and questions discussed: ·        Forget Work-Life Balance·        Get Out of your Comfort Zone!·        Master your Mindset·        Build your Blueprint·        Do Less·        Learn how to get into action quickly·        What does taking full reasonability look like?·        What makes coaching someone with an engineering background different? ·        How is your approach unique from ordinary career and life coaching?·        How do you figure out what we want?·        What can spur someone into action? Schedule free coaching call here. Tell him Rafael Testai from the Being an Engineer Podcast sent you!The Happy Engineer podcastRafael Testai, co-host We hope you enjoyed this episode of the Being an Engineer Podcast.Help us rank as the #1 engineering podcast on Apple and Spotify by leaving a review for us.You can find us under the category: mechanical engineering podcast on Apple Podcasts.Being an Engineer podcast is a go-to resource and podcast for engineering students on Spotify, too.Aaron Moncur and Rafael Testai love hearing from their listeners, so feel free to email us, connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and subscribe on Apple Podcast and Spotify!About Being An EngineerThe Being An Engineer podcast is brought to you by Pipeline Design & Engineering. Pipeline partners with medical & other device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, automation equipment, assembly jigs, inspection stations and more. You can find us on the web at www.teampipeline.us. 

B2B Power Hour
103. Creating Pipeline with Social Selling | MarTech Podcast

B2B Power Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 29:50


Nick joins Jordan Crawford, co-founder of Blueprint, on the MarTech Podcast, to discuss commenting strategies and social selling. Nick shares how comments can build pipeline, how to better target accounts on social (whether it's LinkedIn or Twitter), and why most social selling strategies fail. Listen in to the MarTech Podcast on Spotify.Follow Nicholas Thickett on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/nicholasthickettFollow Morgan Smith on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/morganjsmithVisit our site b2bpowerhour.com to learn more about our upcoming live shows, community, and more.

Intelligence Squared
Eton, Oxford, Westminster: The Formative Pipeline of Britain's Ruling Elite, with Simon Kuper

Intelligence Squared

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 50:19


Across Britain, it's no secret that the people who make up the country's elected government have gone through the same familiar educational pipeline. Eton, Oxford, Westminster. Born into families of privilege, it's unsurprising that these men, and it is largely men, have risen to the top in a country obsessed with social class. But while it's clear how they got there, we should ask how does this affect the way that they run the country today? To help answer these questions and understand the tiny world of the uber elite, Simon Kuper, FT columnist and author of Chums: How a Tiny Caste of Oxford Tories Took Over the UK, joins us on the podcast. Our host for this episode is Gabriel Pogrund, Whitehall Editor for The Sunday Times. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

CCO Infectious Disease Podcast
Defining and Striving for HBV Cure: What's in the Pipeline

CCO Infectious Disease Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 14:37


In this episode,  Carla S. Coffin, MD, MSc, shares her thoughts on the different investigational approaches under evaluation for their potential to achieve HBV cure, including entry inhibitors, capsid inhibitors, siRNAs, immune modulators, TLR agonists, therapeutic vaccines, and checkpoint inhibitors.Presenter:Carla S. Coffin, MD, MScProfessor of MedicineDivision of Gastroenterology and HepatologyDepartment of MedicineUniversity of CalgaryMedical Director of Calgary Liver UnitDivision of Gastroenterology and HepatologyDepartment of MedicineFoothills Medical CentreCalgary, Alberta, CanadaContent based on an online CME program supported by independent educational grants from AbbVie and Gilead Sciences, Inc. and developed in collaboration with the American Liver Foundation. Link to full program:https://bit.ly/3OGHvOv

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans
Road to Atlanta - Episode 79 - Braves 2022 MLB Draft Preview with MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis

Talking Chop: for Atlanta Braves fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:36


This week, we take a break from the usual Braves MiLB updates to bring on Jim Callis to talk about the 2022 MLB Draft which is right around the corner. From the draft rules changes from the latest CBA to how we expect the first round to shake out to lots of talk about the hurt college arms in this draft, you won't want to miss this draft breakdown from one of the industry's best minds on the subject. Enjoy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pipeliners Podcast
Episode 238: API RP 1188 Pipeline Facility Integrity Management with Mark Piazza

Pipeliners Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 29:59


In this week's Pipeliners Podcast episode, Mark Piazza of API discusses the new Recommended Practice 1188 (Pipeline Facility Integrity Management). The episode covers the content of API 1188 and how pipeline operators can incorporate the RP into their Integrity Management program. - Access the show notes and full episode transcript at PipelinePodcastNetwork.com.

RBN Energy Blogcast
Move It on Over - Replumbing U.S. Refined Products Pipeline Networks

RBN Energy Blogcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 16:42


Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)
6-27-22 - Hour 3 - A recruiting update on Mory Bamba and the Florida pipeline.

Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle (BYU)

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 90:36


Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/

Hugh Hewitt podcast
Col. Kurt Covers Dobbs Decision Overturning Roe v Wade, Guests Michael Walsh, Salena Zito, Liz Sheld

Hugh Hewitt podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 51:54


Today's guests: Liz Sheld, senior news editor, American Greatness. Cam Edwards, editor, BearingArms.com. Michael Walsh, editor, The Pipeline. Salena Zito, columnist, New York Post/Washington Examiner. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Concert Pipeline
Ep. 372 - Jack Starr's Burning Starr

Concert Pipeline

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


Concert Pipeline’s three hundred seventy second episode featuring Jack Starr’s Burning Starr, in which we talk to Jack Starr about receiving positive sentiments from Metallica, differences between fronting a metal and a blues band, recording with Alexx Panza, and his upcoming album “Souls of the Innocent,” out July 15.

KURIER daily
Kommt bald noch weniger Gas aus Russland?

KURIER daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 26:42


Dieser Podcast entsteht mit freundlicher Unterstützung der Bundesregierung: Alle Infos zur aktuellen Impfkampagne der Bundesregierung findet ihr auf gemeinsamgeimpft.at Österreich ist in einem hohen Ausmaß vom russischen Gas abhängig. Doch Russland nutzt die Energielieferungen als Waffe und liefert bereits jetzt weniger Gas, als ausgemacht. Wie kann Österreich seine Gasspeicher also noch rechtzeitig auffüllen? Wird Russland bald noch weniger oder vielleicht gar kein Gas mehr liefern? Und bekommt Russland die Sanktionen, die der Westen seit Beginn des Angriffskrieges in der Ukraine setzt überhaupt etwas zu spüren? Antworten zu diesen und noch weiteren Fragen geben heute russland-Experte Gerhard Mangott und KURIER Wirtschafts-Redakteur Martin Meyrath im daily. Abonniert unseren Podcast auch auf Apple Podcasts, Spotify oder Google Podcasts und hinterlasst uns eine Bewertung, wenn euch der Podcast gefällt. Mehr Podcasts gibt es unter www.kurier.at/podcasts

Accelerate Your Business Growth
Receptivity: The Key to Building Your Pipeline, Growing Accounts, and Closing Deals

Accelerate Your Business Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 45:40


Tom Stanfill joins our host, Diane Helbig, to explore how receptivity is the the key to building your Pipeline, Growing Accounts, and Closing Deals. Tom Stanfill is CEO and co-founder of ASLAN Training, a global sales enablement company appearing nine consecutive years in the Selling Power Top 20. Since 1996, ASLAN has worked with many Fortune 500 companies, training over 100,000 sellers in over 35 countries. Tom is dedicated to helping sellers eliminate buyer resistance and cultivate receptivity. He is a featured columnist for CEO World and the author of UnReceptive: A Better Way to Sell, Lead & Influence. Each episode of this podcast provides insights and education around topics that are important to you as a business owner or leader. The content comes from people who are experts in their fields and who are interested in helping you be more successful. Whether it's sales challenges, leadership issues, hiring and talent struggles, marketing, seo, branding, time management, customer service, communication, podcasting, social media, cashflow, or publishing, the best and the brightest join the host, Diane Helbig, for a casual conversation. Discover programs, webinars, services, books, and other podcasts you can tap into for fresh ideas. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode and visit Helbig Enterprises to explore the many ways Diane can help you improve your business outcomes and results. Learn more about Tom Stanfill at Helbig Enterprises.

The Red Line
72 - Can Europe Survive Without Russian Gas?

The Red Line

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 82:14


Decades of interweaving between Europe and the Russian gas industry came crashing down upon Russia's recent invasion of Ukraine, and now Europe has been thrown into a no-win situation. The EU can stand with Ukraine, but it will mean tying an economic anchor around the continent's neck. Is the EU unified enough to travel down the more challenging roads, or will economic expediency win the day?  Joining us this week: - Colby Connelly (Energy Intel) - Luca Anceschi (Uni of Glasgow) - Hari Seshasayee (Wilson Centre) Follow the show on @TheRedLinePod Follow Michael on @MikeHilliardAus For more information please visit - www.theredlinepodcast.com

Pipeline Show Media RSS Feed
The Pipeline Show Jun25 2022

Pipeline Show Media RSS Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 135:52


Coming Down the Pipe... [0:00] - The intro for Season 17 of The Pipeline Show [1:27] - Guy begins the episode with a quick Memorial Cup recap and then hits the guest list. [11:07] - The first of three 2022 Draft Spotlight segments features David Goyette of the Sudbury Wolves. [32:01] - Next in the 2022 Draft Spotlight is Chicago Steel forward Nick Moldenhauer who is Canadian but chose to go to the USHL. [58:56] - Another 2022 Draft Spotlight segment, this time it's on a player expected to be taken in the later rounds; defenceman Charlie Wright of the Saskatoon Blades. [1:16:59] - The scout series begins with Chris Peters of Daily Faceoff who tells us about 5 offensive defencemen in the Class of 2022 that he really likes, plus a personal favourite and one guy he's not as high on. [1:47:21] - The next scout up is Derek Neumeier from FC Hockey who tackles the "Under the Radar" guys and offers up 5 names. Also the personal fave and a guy he is not as bullish about. [2:14:55] - Guy wraps things up and looks ahead to next week.

Startup Hypeman: The Podcast
S18E2: Building A Hot Investor Pipeline with FounderSuite CEO Nathan Beckord

Startup Hypeman: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 60:49


What if you could not only have a great pitch but a lineup of investors eager to get time on your calendar?? It's not only possible but there's a completely practical way to make it happen. Nathan Beckord's company, FounderSuite, brings structure, speed, and efficiency to capital raising with its funding tech stack to over 2500 startups worldwide. He's personally supported hundreds of founders through the capital raise journey and knows how to line 'em up and knock 'em down. He steps to the mic in this week's episode to share how to accelerate your fundraising timeline by filling up your calendar with investor meetings. He also shares how climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro and the Himalayas is just like running a startup.Find Nathan online:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathanbeckordFind Foundersuite online: Website: https://foundersuite.com/This episode is sponsored by Miquido - a full-service software development partner that supports companies in building their digital products. Learn more at miquido.com/hypeman See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Call Up | An MLB Prospect Podcast
60 | Reacting to MLB Pipeline's May Top 100 Update

The Call Up | An MLB Prospect Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 61:30


Aram and Jack break down MLB Pipelines top 100 prospect update from May. Who is ranked too high and who is ranked too low and what are some of the most interesting storylines of the list. Keep up with the latest prospect info at Justbaseball.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mornings with Coach On Demand
MLB Pipeline's Jim Callis

Mornings with Coach On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 13:27


Jim Callis joined Matt Skraby to discuss his thoughts on MacKenzie Gore and CJ Abrams.

Let me tell you: WSU
Let Me Tell You Daily: Arizona's a Pipeline to the NBA

Let me tell you: WSU

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:59


In this episode, I talk about the fall out from the NBA draft for the Pac-12. Arizona had two first round picks. All-American, Bennedict Mathurin, was selected sixth overall by the Pacers, which was a surprise to many media members. Tommy Lloyd's star defensive guard, Dalen Terry was projected to go mid 20s, but the Bulls took a flyer on him 18th overall. Next Monday: Undrafted Pac-12 players Don't forget to take the poll Music:1,000,000 by Nine Inch Nails

ETDPODCAST
Nr. 3112 Röhrensystem enteignen: Wirtschaftsministerium hat neue Pläne mit Nord Stream 2

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 2:07


Die umstrittene Erdgaspipeline Nord Stream 2 könnte als Anschluss für Flüssiggasterminals an der Ostseeküste umfunktioniert werden. Diesen heiklen Plan verfolgt laut eines Berichts des „Spiegel“ das Bundeswirtschaftsministerium. Überlegt wird, den auf deutschem Territorium liegenden Teil des Röhrensystems zu enteignen und vom Rest der Pipeline abzukappen. Web: https://www.epochtimes.de Probeabo der Epoch Times Wochenzeitung: https://bit.ly/EpochProbeabo Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTimesDE YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC81ACRSbWNgmnVSK6M1p_Ug Telegram: https://t.me/epochtimesde Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtimesde Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTimesWelt/ Unseren Podcast finden Sie unter anderem auch hier: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/at/podcast/etdpodcast/id1496589910 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/277zmVduHgYooQyFIxPH97 Unterstützen Sie unabhängigen Journalismus: Per Paypal: http://bit.ly/SpendenEpochTimesDeutsch Per Banküberweisung (Epoch Times Europe GmbH, IBAN: DE 2110 0700 2405 2550 5400, BIC/SWIFT: DEUTDEDBBER, Verwendungszweck: Spenden) Vielen Dank! (c) 2022 Epoch Times

Being an Engineer
Ashutosh Shukla | Engineering Premium Brands, Building Engineering Community, & Inventing MFG Processes

Being an Engineer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 50:12


Ashutosh Shukla holds a degree in mechanical engineering and has worked for esteemed brands such as Bose, Apple, Snap (makers of Snapchat) and Facebook (now Meta). Over the years Ash has served in the roles of mechanical design engineer, mechanical engineering manager, product design engineer, and currently serves as Director of Mechanical Engineering at Rivian.Bonus Content: After the show Ash shared the S.T.A.R. method with me (not his invention, but has been used to great success over the years by him). Use this method the next time you need a concise way to present information (format answers when in a job review, frame content when presenting an engineering update, etc): Situation, Task, Action, Result Aaron Moncur, hostABOUT BEING AN ENGINEERThe Being an Engineer podcast is a repository for industry knowledge and a tool through which engineers learn about and connect with relevant companies, technologies, people resources, and opportunities. We feature successful mechanical engineers and interview engineers who are passionate about their work and who made a great impact on the engineering community.The Being An Engineer podcast is brought to you by Pipeline Design & Engineering. Pipeline partners with medical & other device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, automation equipment, assembly jigs, inspection stations and more. You can find us on the web at www.teampipeline.us***We hope you enjoyed this episode of the Being an Engineer Podcast.Help us rank as the #1 engineering podcast on Apple and Spotify by leaving a review for us.You can find us under the category: mechanical engineering podcast on Apple Podcasts.Being an Engineer podcast is a go-to resource and podcast for engineering students on Spotify, too.Aaron Moncur and Rafael Testai love hearing from their listeners. Feel free to email us, connect on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and subscribe on Apple Podcast and Spotify!

NDR Info - Echo des Tages
Habeck verkündet die zweite Alarmstufe Gas

NDR Info - Echo des Tages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 25:01


Wegen der angespannten Lage auf den Gasmärkten hat die Bundesregierung die zweite Eskalationsstufe im Notfallplan Gas ausgerufen. Hintergrund sind die gedrosselten Gaslieferungen von Russland durch die Pipeline "Nordstream 1":

Strikeout Central
Strikeout Central: Midseason pipeline chatter

Strikeout Central

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 37:02


In this episode, Michael welcomes Sam Dykstra of MLB Pipeline to the podcast, where they discuss all things prospects, such as the seasons of top prospects making opening day rosters, the loaded shortstop pool, what the Pirates are doing with Henry Davis, and which teams are poised to drop in the latest farm system rankings --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/michael-najarian/support

The DJ Sessions
Jesse Rhys Cannon on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 6/22/22

The DJ Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 44:57


Jesse Rhys Cannon on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 6/22/22   About Jesse Rhys Cannon -   I somehow got my first work being paid in the music business when I was 15. Since then I've managed to work in nearly every facet of the music business. If a stranger happens to know who I am, they usually know me from being lucky enough to have worked on records in various capacities with bands like The Cure, Animal Collective, The Misfits, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Brand New, Limp Bizkit, Man Overboard, Somos, Basement, Kevin Devine, Weird Al Yankovic, NOFX and The Menzingers.    I'm also known for writing the book Get More Fans: The DIY Guide To The New Music Business, which has gone on to be one of the most popular books on the music business as well as the best selling book on creativity in music Processing Creativity: The Tools, Practices And Habits Used To Make Music You're Happy With. I also host two podcasts, Off The Record and Noise Creators and write articles on the music business for various sites like Alternative Press and Party Smasher Inc. along with a handful of others.   But that doesn't explain how I got to do all of that and that's what I'm supposed to explain here. When I was 15 I started to get paid for doing live sound at concerts and spoken word events. Two years later, a hilarious and fun guy by the name of Stork liked my mixes and invited me to engineer live performances at the world-renowned freeform radio station WFMU. There I was lucky enough to work for 9 years recording acts like The Magnetic Fields, Spoon, The Sea and The Cake, Olivia Tremor Control and a couple hundred others. Because of this I started doing live sound at local clubs The Pipeline and Connections. In time, I started booking shows for the company that booked those clubs and the legendary Coney Island High in NYC. Somewhere in this time I got my first credit on a record singing back up vocals on a song with Joey & Dee Dee Ramone, which I still question if I've ever topped.    Those jobs gave me enough courage to put on my own concerts, and be crazy enough to think I knew what I was doing enough to start recording local bands. But all of this would happen at night, so I needed a day job. I then started working at my local punk record store (Let It Rock), which then qualified me to work at Soapbox Records on St. Marks Place in NYC. This was great since it also housed esteemed indie label Go-Kart Records where I ran the record store and did publicity. While I love marketing, PR is way too social for me and I preferred talking to creative people instead of cranky zine editors. I was also writing for the esteemed zines of the day like Tape Op, Punk Planet and Maximum RockNRoll. So I decided to stop doing live sound and working at record labels in order to focus on record production. My boss at Go Kart was kind enough to give me a recommendation to Alan Douches at West West Side Music, who happens to be the engineer with the most credits in all of music history.   At West West Side I got to learn how to engineer and master from the best in the business. Not only did I get to work under Alan's amazing talent, the best producers in the business were coming by every day (J. Robbins, John Agnello, Brian McTernan) as well as the coolest bands around seemed to walk in the door every day (Fatboy Slim, Fall Out Boy, LCD Soundsystem, Brand New). In that time, I met Steve Evetts (one of my favorite producers growing up) and got to work with him on great records by The Dillinger Escape Plan, Senses Fail, Saves The Day and Say Anything. He then brought me to work with Ross Robinson (my other favorite producer growing up) and I got to work with The Cure & Limp Bizkit among others under him.   While all that was happening, two other significant parts of the story happened. I harnessed my own production skills and they became so in demand I started my own studio Cannon Found Soundation, which I still run to this day working with hundreds of bands a year. In that time these two interests collided and I decided to start a blog on the things other blogs weren't writing about in music and wanted to show all the secrets being hidden since that's the most punk thing you can do and punk is the closest thing I have to a religion.   This blog became Musformation, a blog I continued through 2015, when I decided to diversify my writing across sites with bigger audiences. The blog's music business articles seemed to be very popular and really resonated, so I decided to go with it. I started helping and then managing the two most promising bands I was producing — Man Overboard and Transit, so I could experiment with the ideas I was writing about. These ideas turned out to be right and both signed with one of the biggest indies in the world (Rise Records) and built massive fan bases under my watch.   That was fun and all, but managing and producing records full-time do not mix. So those bands went their way and I kept producing records. A lot of bands asked me to manage them, but I like sleep and hate stress so I decided against that option. I instead put out my book Get More Fans, so every band could learn everything I did working with them and researching the new music business. Because of that book I got a reputation for knowing music tech, which led me to getting approached to do the podcast, Off The Record and form Noise Creators, a service I co-founded that helps connect musicians with the best producers in music today. I now host Atlantic Records Inside The Album where I make audio documentaries on the creative processes of some of the best artists in music like Dashboard Confessional, nothing.nowhere, Jason Mraz and Vance Joy.    In 2017 I released Processing Creativity to much praise, I am presently working on a bunch of conversations I want to have on how we change the way people create music to reflect when creative science says enhances creativity. I am trying to change the way records are made and always looking for bands who are interested in doing something new and interesting. I am presently producing, mixing and mastering records 7 days a week and developing a documentary.   In 2019 I relaunched Musformation as a YouTube channel to start distributing the knowledge I've acquired to a new audience. As well I relaunched MusforMGMT where I am handling marketing and label services to established artists.   In 2020 I took on production duties for the hit podcast The Daily Beast's The New Abnormal as well as their other fantastic podcasts Fever Dreams & The Last Laugh. In 2021 I opened Podstream Studios a live streaming & podcast studio in the heart of Times Square as well as Brooklyn Recording Paradise Brooklyn's most enjoyable recording environment.   About The DJ Sessions - “The DJ Sessions” is a Twitch/Mixcloud "Featured Partner” live streaming/podcast series featuring electronic music DJ's/Producers via live mixes/interviews and streamed/distributed to a global audience. TheDJSessions.com The series constantly places in the “Top Ten” on Twitch Music and the “Top Five” in the “Electronic Music", “DJ", "Dance Music" categories. TDJS is rated in the Top 0.11% of live streaming shows on Twitch out of millions of live streamers. It has also been recognized by Apple twice as a "New and Noteworthy” podcast and featured three times in the Apple Music Store video podcast section. UStream and Livestream have also listed the series as a "Featured" stream on their platforms since its inception.  The series is also streamed live to multiple other platforms and hosted on several podcast sites. It has a combined live streaming/podcast audience is over 125,000 viewers per week. With over 2,300 episodes produced over the last 12 years "The DJ Sessions" has featured international artists such as: BT, Youngr, Sevenn, Miri Ben-Ari, Plastik Funk, Arty, Party Shirt, Superstar DJ Keoki, Robert Babicz, Jens Lissat, Martin Eyerer, Alex Bau, Elohim, Hausman, Ayokay, Leandro Da Silva, Jerry Davila, Shlomi Aber, The Space Brothers, Dave Winnel, Cuebrick, Protoculture, Chris Drifter, Artento Divini, Jarod Glawe, Camo & Crooked, ANG, Amon Tobin, Voicians, Bingo Players, Coke Beats, Mimosa, Yves LaRock, Ray Okpara, Lindsey Stirling, Mako, Still Life, Saint Kidyaki, Distinct, Sarah Main, Piem, Tocadisco, Nakadia, Sebastian Bronk, Toronto is Broken, Teddy Cream, Mizeyesis, Simon Patterson, Morgan Page, Jes, Cut Chemist, The Him, Judge Jules, Patricia Baloge, DubFX, Thievery Corporation, SNBRN, Bjorn Akesson, Alchimyst, Sander Van Dorn, Rudosa, Hollaphonic, DJs From Mars, GAWP, Somna, David Morales, Roxanne, JB & Scooba, Kissy Sell Out, Khag3, Massimo Vivona, Moullinex, Futuristic Polar Bears, ManyFew, Joe Stone, Reboot, Truncate, Scotty Boy, Doctor Nieman, DJ Ruby, Jody Wisternoff, Thousand Fingers, Benny Bennasi, Dance Loud, Christopher Lawrence, Oliver Twizt, Ricardo Torres, Alex Harrington, 4 Strings, Sunshine Jones, Elite Force, Revolvr, Kenneth Thomas, Paul Oakenfold, George Acosta, Reid Speed, TyDi, Donald Glaude, Jimbo, Ricardo Torres, Hotel Garuda, Bryn Liedl, Rodg, Kems, Mr. Sam, Steve Aoki, Funtcase, Dirtyloud, Marco Bailey, Dirtmonkey, The Crystal Method, Beltek, Dyro, Andy Caldwell, Darin Epsilon, Kyau & Albert, Kutski, Vaski, Moguai, Blackliquid, Sunny Lax, Matt Darey, and many more. In addition to featuring international artists TDJS focuses on local talent based on the US West Coast. Hundreds of local DJ's have been featured on the show along with top industry professionals. We have recently launched v3.1 our website that now features our current live streams/past episodes in a much more user-friendly mobile/social environment. In addition to the new site, there is a mobile app (Apple/Android) and VR Nightclubs (Oculus). About The DJ Sessions Event Services - TDJSES is a WA State Non-profit charitable organization that's main purpose is to provide music, art, fashion, dance, and entertainment to local and regional communities via events and video production programming distributed via live and archival viewing. For all press inquiries regarding “The DJ Sessions”, or to schedule an interview with Darran Bruce, please contact us at info@thedjsessions.

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The Inertia Podcast
The WSL's Erik Logan Addresses Mid-Year Cut, the Longboard Tour and the League's Health

The Inertia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 47:04


It's been a newsworthy year on the Championship Tour. Coming out of COVID, this was the first season the WSL's new format was in full bloom, so to speak. Pipeline starting the tour. A mid-year cut. The revamped Challenger Series. All of these changes, it seems, were made to up the “engagement” of the events on all formats for the League. Some of these changes didn't please every surf fan. I had a chance to speak with Erik Logan about these changes, the fans' reactions, the dustup with the Longboard Tour, and even trans surfing. Yes, there's been lots of surfing in the news of late. And much of it has revolved around the World Surf League.

Sales Logic - Selling Strategies That Work
How to Inflation-Proof Your Pipeline

Sales Logic - Selling Strategies That Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 28:23


Lightning Round: Top 10 things you need to do NOW to prepare for the market changing. Question: Katarina from Athens Greece: "We have barely recovered from COVID and now rising prices, supply chain issues continuing, and rising interest rates. How do I prepare for the shifts coming in the marketplace? How do I make sure as the market tightens I can still meet my goals and earn my bonus' and commissions?"   Book: SNAP Selling by Jill Konrath

The Leadership Podcast
TLP312: What Hasn't Changed About Leadership in 50 Years

The Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 44:50


Stephen Drotter is Chairman of the Leadership Pipeline Institute and lead author of “The Leadership Pipeline.” Stephen has worked on succession planning and the related disciplines of organization design, executive assessment, and leadership development for over 50 years. He has helped over 100 companies in 37 countries with succession planning as a management discipline.    In his newest book, “Pipeline to the Future: Succession and Performance Planning for Small Business,” Stephen captures the learnings for meeting the challenges of small business. Steven explains the importance of the simplicity that comes on the other side of complexity. This episode is jam-packed with advice for leaders at all levels - an episode not to miss!   https://bit.ly/TLP-312   Key Takeaways [1:44] Jim tells about Stephen Drotter's background, including his latest book, Pipeline to the Future: Succession and Performance Planning for Small Business, and welcomes him to the show. [2:46] Stephen likes to dig to the bottom of things and does not accept superficial responses or thinking. He goes for simplicity on the other side of complexity. He tells about firing companies and why he does it. He works with companies that want outcomes. Process matters but outcomes matter more! [4:56] A good leader creates leaders for succession planning. Stephen tells why it is hard for some companies. Many companies don't choose to do the work for succession planning. Every position needs to be accounted for in the planning. [6:47] If you can't produce a good first-line manager, you can't produce a CEO. There's a lot to know and a lot to do, and it's a lot of work. That's the complaint Stephen hears. Most executives work more with their numbers than they do with their people. [7:21] Managers are working at the wrong level. For example, promoting a top salesperson to a leadership position does not make the salesperson a good sales trainer. If sales numbers rise, it is misleading. The other salespeople aren't developing if the first-line manager isn't measured on leadership. Working at the wrong level is the most common problem Stephen sees. [9:19] Stephen tells how to pick leaders and measure their performance, not their sales figures. Leadership performance is about developing leaders under you. Is your team better this year than last year? A leader sets the direction. You need to provide leaders with what they need to be able to lead, including the knowledge of how the company is doing and where it's going so they can support it. [11:19] Jack Welch liked to skip all the layers of management that he could and engage people at lower levels by going to their training courses at Crotonville and engaging the students directly.  A mechanism for communication is a huge piece of building leaders. [13:20] Are your criteria for picking leaders fair? First, distinguish between performance and potential. Judge potential by how people think and how they are viewed by their peers. What kinds of questions do they ask? If they ask questions at a higher level than their role, they must be thinking about it. Who are the people who think beyond today's task? They're the ones who become more efficient. [16:02] Stephen talks about the responsibility of the employee for development. The company has the key because they assign the jobs that will develop the employee. The employee has their interest, their questioning, their learning, and the way they complete assignments. Are they learning the business and the company or just their job? An employee has to be willing to stick their neck out and take some risk. [18:15] Stephen tells why he calls competency models nonsense. He says they are not relevant to the work. [20:42] Training should be differentiated by the student. Students at different management levels need different training. The training needs to apply to the company and what improvements are needed. [22:00] HR is not tuned in to what is needed at the business level; it focuses on the people, not the business. HR should be creating an agenda they use to drive the business. [24:47] Stephen tells about his passion for small business and why he wrote his latest book. He tells how he moved from large companies to consulting for large companies, to studying small companies for lenders. About 90% of Americans work for small companies. But nobody writes management resources for small companies. So Stephen wrote a book for them. [29:48] The management needs of small and large companies are surprisingly quite similar but how you meet the needs of small and large companies is remarkably different. Stephen gives an example and  He shares an anecdote from working with a big company. He offended the CEO! [35:13] Employees want to be fulfilled. Management wants production. Stephen shares thoughts on how people have changed. The important thing is to set goals and accomplish them. That's what helps you succeed. [37:59] Stephen shares more about leadership pipelines; it's how to run the business and set goals. He explains what the technology pipeline is. [42:00] Jan encourages listeners to listen to this conversation again and take notes. This topic is very different from the usual episodes. [42:38] Stephen shares his last thoughts. There are the workers, the communication patterns, and the work. Start with the work and the rest will make sense. All businesses have to compete.   Quotable Quotes “I like to dig down to the bottom of things. I have a hard time with superficial responses and superficial thinking, you know, the bumper-sticker-type leadership advice.” “There's simplicity and then there's complexity, and there's simplicity on the other side of complexity. I go for that simplicity on the other side of complexity. And so, it's time-consuming.” “Process matters but outcomes matter more.” “We've known how to do [succession planning] for 50 years, so there's no longer an excuse. People just don't want to do the work.” “Think of a pipeline that's broken at the point where the pipeline goes into the material you're going to pump. That very first piece is broken. What do you think's going to come out the back? Nothing!” “Most succession systems are broken at the bottom. If you can't produce a good first-line manager, you can't produce a CEO. You're going to have to get him someplace else. It's not in the culture. People don't understand that developing themselves and others is important.” “To work at the right level takes a lot of personal discipline to move away from the stuff that you like and into the stuff that you have to do.” “The top [level] needs to spend more time with the bottom [level]. That's one of the very big, important disciplines.” “A mechanism for communication is a huge piece of building leaders.” “It's not possible to define the potential for someone to go higher than you are.” “You may be entitled to a promotion because you earned it, but you're not entitled to a promotion because you showed up today.” “When I started consulting, I stayed with big companies because they can pay..” “There's such a thing as management risk. You have the wrong management structure and the wrong management people; you're putting your business at serious risk.” “If you want to have development happen, pick a job you don't want, working for a boss who doesn't want you. There will be real development.”   Resources Mentioned Theleadershippodcast.com Sponsored by: Darley.com Stephen Drotter Leadership Pipeline Institute The Leadership Pipeline: How to Build the Leadership Powered Company, by Ram Charan, Stephen Drotter, and James Noel Pipeline to the Future: Succession and Performance Planning for Small Business, by Stephen Drotter LinkedIn Jack Welch GE Crotonville David McClelland London Fog Jimmy Choo Fortune 500

Locked On Golden Gophers - Daily Podcast On Minnesota Golden Gophers Football & Basketball
Minnesota Gophers Football Recruiting Pipeline, which State is the Greatest for PJ Fleck?!

Locked On Golden Gophers - Daily Podcast On Minnesota Golden Gophers Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 29:55


We dive in took at the top 9 states that have been a pipeline for PJ Fleck when it comes to recruiting. We analyze the number of signees, the average star rating, the average prospect rating, and top recruit of each state. We take a look beyond the ratings but rather which states have produced the most production on the field when it comes to Gophers Football in PJ Fleck's time as head coach. The average ratings do not correlate with the success. Guess that Gopher. A trivia, clue based game loosely based off of the Power Trip Morning Show's "Initials Game". A game where we will review legendary Gophers of the past On today's Locked On Golden Gophers, host Kane Rob, former collegiate football video coordinator and recruiting assistant, discusses the recruiting pipeline for PJ Fleck. We take a look at the best states when it comes to recruits signed and their average ratings, but more importantly we look at which states have produced our best contributors on the field. Then we close with another segment of Guess that Gopher, a clue based trivia game. Follow Us on Twitter: Kane Rob Locked On Golden Gophers   Email: LockedonGoldenGophers@gmail.com   Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Elementality for Financial Advisors | Elements of Financial Planning System™
How to Fill Your Pipeline: A Lesson on Net Worth

Elementality for Financial Advisors | Elements of Financial Planning System™

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 26:42


Don't let prospects languish in the middle of your sales funnel because they lack engagement. Elements assessments keep them involved in the sales process as you demonstrate your value and they experience your advice. On this episode of Elementality, Reese and Matt illustrate how Elements creates numerous opportunities for you to keep prospects engaged. 

Becoming a Streamer
Performing for Thousands on Stage vs Stream ft. Herman Li of DragonForce

Becoming a Streamer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 25:43


Are you a Guitar Hero fanatic? If so, this episode is for you! StoneMountain64 is joined by the legendary DragonForce co-founder and guitarist Herman Li. They chat about DragonForce's inherent gaming ties from Pac-Man sounds in the music to performing on massive arcade machines. Herman admits how nervous he was to start streaming on Twitch despite performing live for hundreds of thousands of people. Becoming a Creator Podcast - https://pipeline.gg/podcast Guest - https://twitter.com/HermanLi Host - https://www.facebook.com/StoneMountain64 Host - https://twitter.com/snoopeh Check out Pipeline - https://pipeline.gg

America's Heroes Group
Ep. 314 - New legislation coming down the pipeline

America's Heroes Group

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 21:40


America's Heroes Group Roundtable with Partner and Sponsor Tabak Law Firm, LLC Partner:Monica Irelan Karas - Veteran's Benefits Attorney with Tabak Law Firm based out of Milwaukee Wisconsin with Offices located across the USA 

Concert Pipeline
Ep. 371 - Smash Mouth

Concert Pipeline

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


Concert Pipeline’s three hundred seventy first episode featuring Smash Mouth, in which we chat with Zach Goode, the band’s new lead singer, about performing in Grease and RENT, the progress from his old bands Ghoulspoon to Devided by Zero, his Weezer cover band “Geezer,” the audition process for Smash Mouth, playing his biggest show ever in Mexico, and covering “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley.

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #91: Snow Partners (Big Snow, Mountain Creek) CEO Joe Hession

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Paid subscribers receive thousands of extra words of content each month, plus all podcasts three days before free subscribers.WhoJoe Hession, CEO of Snow Partners, owners of Mountain Creek, Big Snow American Dream, Snowcloud, and Terrain Based LearningRecorded onJune 15, 2022About Mountain CreekLocated in: Vernon Township, New JerseyClosest neighboring ski areas: National Winter Activity Center, New Jersey (6 minutes); Mount Peter, New York (24 minutes); Campgaw, New Jersey (51 minutes); Big Snow American Dream (50 minutes)Pass affiliations: NoneBase elevation: 440 feetSummit elevation: 1,480 feetVertical drop: 1,040 feetSkiable Acres: 167Average annual snowfall: 65 inchesTrail count: 46Lift count: 9 (1 Cabriolet, 2 high-speed quads, 2 fixed-grip quads, 1 triple, 1 double, 2 carpets – view Lift Blog’s inventory of Mountain Creek’s lift fleet)About Big Snow American DreamLocated in: East Rutherford, New JerseyClosest neighboring ski areas: Campgaw, New Jersey (35 minutes); National Winter Activity Center, New Jersey (45 minutes); Mountain Creek, New Jersey (50 minutes); Mount Peter, New York (50 minutes)Pass affiliations: NoneVertical drop: 118 feetSkiable Acres: 4Average annual snowfall: 0 inchesTrail count: 4 (2 green, 1 blue, 1 black)Lift count: 4 (1 quad, 1 poma, 2 carpets - view Lift Blog’s of inventory of Big Snow American Dream’s lift fleet)Why I interviewed himTwenty-five years ago, Vail Resorts was known as “Vail Associates.” The company owned just two mountains: Vail and Beaver Creek, which are essentially right next door to each other in Eagle County, Colorado. The resorts were, as they are today, big, snowy, and fun. But they were not great businesses. Bankruptcy threatened. And the ski media – Skiing, Powder – was mostly dismissive. This was the dawn of the freeskiing era, and the cool kids were running the Circuit of Radness: Snowbird, Squaw, Mammoth, Jackson Hole, Whistler, the Powder Highway. Vail was for suburban dads from Michigan. Beaver Creek was for suburban dads from New York. If you wanted the good stuff, keep moving until you got to Crested Butte or Telluride. Vail was just another big Colorado ski resort, that happened to own another big Colorado ski resort, and that was it.Today, Vail is the largest ski company in history, with (soon to be) 41 resorts scattered across three continents. Its Epic Pass transformed and stabilized the industry. It is impossible to talk about modern lift-served North American skiing without talking about Vail Resorts.There was nothing inevitable about this. Pete Seibert, Vail’s founder, did not enter skiing with some snowy notion of Manifest Destiny. He just wanted to open a great ski resort. It was 18 years from Vail Mountain’s 1962 opening to the opening of Beaver Creek in 1980. It was nearly two more decades until Vail bought Keystone and Breck in 1997. It was 11 more years until the Epic Pass debuted, and a few more before anyone started to pay attention to it.What Snow Partners, led by Joe Hession, is doing right now has echoes of Vail 15 years ago. They are building something. Quietly. Steadily. Like trees growing in a forest. They rise slowly but suddenly they tower over everything.I’m not suggesting that Snow Partners will be the next Vail. That they will buy Revelstoke and Jackson Hole and Alta and launch the Ultimo Pass to compete with Epic and Ikon. What Snow Partners is building is different. Additive. It will likely be the best thing to ever happen to Vail or Alterra. Snow Partners is not digital cameras, here to crush Kodak. They are, rather, skiing’s Ben Franklin, who believed every community in America should have access to books via a lending library. In Snow Partners’ version of the future, every large city in America has access to skiing via an indoor snowdome.This will change everything. Everything. In profound ways that we can only now imagine. The engine of that change will be the tens of millions of potential new skiers that can wander into a Big Snow ski area, learn how to ski, and suddenly train their radar on the mountains. Texas has a population of around 29.5 million people. Florida has about 22 million. Georgia has around 11 million. Those 61.5 million people have zero in-state ski areas between them. They could soon have many. There are countless skiers living in these states now, of course, refugees from the North or people who grew up in ski families. But there are millions more who have never skied or even thought about it, but who would, given the option, at least try it as a novelty. And that novelty may become a hobby, and that hobby may become a lifestyle, and that lifestyle may become an obsession.As anyone reading this knows, there’s a pretty direct line between those first turns and the neverending lines rolling on repeat in your snow-obsessed brain. But you have to link those first couple turns. That’s hard. Most people never get there. And that’s where Big Snow, with its beginner zone loaded with instructors and sculpted terrain features – a system known as Terrain Based Learning – is so interesting. It not only gives people access to snow. It gives people a way to learn to love it, absent the broiling frustration of ropetows and ice and $500 private instructors. It’s a place that creates skiers.This – Big Snow, along with an industry-wide reorientation toward technology – is Hession’s vision. And it is impossible not to believe in his vision. Hession announces in this podcast that the company has secured funding to build multiple Big Snow ski areas within the foreseeable future. The combination of beginner-oriented slopes and simple, affordable packages has proven attractive even in New Jersey, where skiers have access to dozens of outdoor ski areas within a few hours’ drive. It makes money, and the business model is easily repeatable.Mountain Creek, where Hession began working as a parking lot attendant in his teens, is, he says, a passion project. The company is not buying anymore outdoor ski areas. But when Big Snows start minting new skiers by the thousands, and perhaps the millions, they may end up driving the most profound change to outdoor ski areas in decades.What we talked aboutThe nascent uphill scene at Mountain Creek; “most people don’t realize that this is what New Jersey looks like”; celebrating Big Snow’s re-opening; the three things everyone gets wrong about Big Snow; the night of the fire that closed the facility for seven months; how the fire started and what it damaged; three insurance companies walk into a bar…; why six weeks of work closed the facility for more than half a year; staying positive and mission-focused through multiple shutdowns at a historically troubled facility; New Jersey’s enormous diversity; skiing in Central Park?; “we’re creating a ski town culture in the Meadowlands in New Jersey”; everyone loves Big Snow; the story behind creating Big Snow’s beginner-focused business model; why most people don’t have fun skiing and snowboarding; the four kinds of fun; what makes skiing and snowboarding a lifestyle; what Hession got really wrong about lessons; the “haphazard” development of most ski areas; more Big Snows incoming; why Big Snow is a great business from a financial and expense point of view; looking to Top Golf for inspiration on scale and replicability; where we could see the next Big Snow; how many indoor ski domes could the United States handle?; what differentiates Big Snow from Alpine-X; whether future Big Snows will be standalone facilities or attached to larger malls; is American Dream Mall too big to fail?; finding salvation from school struggles as a parking lot attendant at Vernon Valley Great Gorge; Action Park; two future ski industry leaders working the rental shop; Intrawest kicks down the door and rearranges the world overnight; a “complicated” relationship with Mountain Creek; Intrawest’s rapid decline and the fate of Mountain Creek; leaving your dream job; ownership under Crystal Springs; how a three-week vacation will change your life; transforming Terrain Based Learning from a novelty to an empire; “I’ve been fascinated with how you go from working for a company to owning a company”; the far-flung but tightly bound ski industry and how Hession ended up running Big Snow; how much the Big Snow lease costs in a month; an Austin Powers moment; this is a technology company; an anti-kiosk position; the daily capacity of Mountain Creek; buying Mountain Creek; the art of operating a ski area; the biggest mistake most Mountain Creek operators have made; the bargain season pass as business cornerstone; “we were days away from Vail Resorts owning Mountain Creek today”; bankruptcy, Covid, and taking control of Mountain Creek and Big Snow in spite of it all; how much money Mountain Creek brings in in a year; “a lot of people don’t understand how hard it is to run a ski resort”; a monster chairlift project on the Vernon side of Mountain Creek; “a complicated relationship” with the oddest lift in the East ( the cabriolet) and what to do about it; “no one wants to take their skis on and off for a 1,000 feet of vertical”; which lift from Mountain Creek’s ancient past could make a comeback; bringing back the old Granite View and Route 80 trails; why expansion beyond the historic trail network is unlikely anytime soon; Creek’s huge natural snowmaking advantage; why no one at Mountain Creek “gives high-fives before the close of the season”; Hession is “absolutely” committed to stretching Creek’s season as long as possible; the biggest job of a ski resort in the summertime; the man who has blown snow at Mountain Creek for 52 years; whether Snow Operating would ever buy more outdoor ski resorts; “variation is evil”; the large ski resort that Hession tried to buy; “I don’t think anyone can run a massive network of resorts well”; an Applebee’s comparison; whether Mountain Creek or Big Snow could ever join a multi-mountain ski pass; why the M.A.X. Pass was a disaster for Mountain Creek; why Creek promotes the Epic and Ikon Passes on its social channels; changing your narrative; not a b******t mission statement; why the next decade in the ski industry may be the wildest yet; and the Joe P. Hession Foundation.Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewI’ll admit that it can be awfully hard to appreciate the potential of Big Snow from the point of view of the casual observer. For anyone living in the New York metro area, the place spent a decade and a half as a vacant laughingstock, a symbol of excess and arrogance, an absurdly expensive novelty that was built, it seemed, just to be torn down. As I wrote last year:On Sept. 29, 2004, a coalition of developers broke ground on a project then known as Meadowlands Xanadu. Built atop a New Jersey swamp and hard by Interstate 95, the garish collection of boxes and ramps with their Romper Room palette could be seen from the upper floors of Manhattan skyscrapers, marooned in their vast asphalt parking lot, an entertainment complex with no one to entertain.It sat empty for years. Crushed, in turn, by incompetence, cost overruns, the Great Recession, lawsuits, and funding issues, the building that would host America’s first indoor ski slope melted into an eternal limbo of ridicule and scorn.I didn’t think it would ever open, and I didn’t understand the point if it did. This is the Northeast – we have no shortage of skiing. At four acres on 160-foot vertical drop, this would instantly become the smallest ski area in nine states. Wow. What’s the next item in your master development plan: an indoor beach in Hawaii?But eventually Big Snow did open: 5,545 days after the center’s groundbreaking. And it was not what I thought it would be. As I wrote the month after it opened:For its potential to pull huge numbers of never-evers into the addictive and thrilling gravitational pull of Planet Ski, Big Snow may end up being the most important ski area on the continent. It is cheap. It is always open. It sits hard against the fourth busiest interstate in the country and is embedded into a metro population of 20 million that has outsized influence on national and global trends. Over the coming decades, this ugly oversized refrigerator may introduce millions of people to the sport.I wrote that on Jan. 13, 2020, two months before Covid would shutter the facility for 177 days. It had only been open 94 days when that happened. Then, 388 days after re-opening on Sept. 1, 2020, fire struck. It caused millions in damage and another 244-day closure. After endless negotiations with insurance companies, Big Snow American Dream finally re-opened last month.So now what? Will this place finally stabilize? What about the disastrous financial state of the mall around it, which has, according to The Wall Street Journal, missed payments on its municipal bonds? Will we see more Big Snows? Will Snow Operating bid on Jay Peak? Will we ever get a real chairlift on Vernon at Mountain Creek? With Big Snow rebooted and live (take three), it was time to focus on the future of Snow Operating. And oh man, buckle up.Questions I wish I’d askedI could have stopped Joe at any time and asked a hundred follow-up questions on any of the dozens of points he made. But there would have been no point in that. He knew what I wanted to discuss, and the narrative is compelling enough on its own, without my input.Why you should ski Mountain Creek and Big SnowBig SnowIf you’re approaching Big Snow from the point of view of a seasoned skier, I want to stop you right there: this is not indoor Aspen. And it’s not pretending to be. Big Snow is skiing’s version of Six Flags. It’s an amusement park. All are welcome, all can participate. It’s affordable. It’s orderly. It’s easy. And it has the potential to become the greatest generator of new skiers since the invention of snow.And that will especially be true if this thing scales in the way that Hession believes it will. Imagine this: you live in Houston. No one in your family skis and so you’ve never thought about skiing. You’ve never even seen snow. You can’t imagine why anyone would ever want to. It looks cold, uncomfortable, exotic as moonrocks, and about as accessible. You’re not a skier and you probably never will be.But, what if Big Snow sprouts out of the ground like a snowy rollercoaster? It’s close. It’s cheap. It could be fun. You and your buddies decide to check it out. Or you take someone there on a date. Or you take your kids there as a distraction. Your lift ticket is well under $100 and includes skis and boots and poles and bindings and a jacket and snowpants (but not, for some reason, gloves), and access to instructors in the Terrain Based Learning area, a series of humps and squiggly snow features that move rookies with the ground beneath them. You enter as a novice and you leave as a skier. You go back. Five or six more times. Then you’re Googling “best skiing USA” and buying an Epic Pass and booking flights for Denver.And if that’s not you, how about this scenario that I face all the time: nonskiers tell me they want to try skiing. Can I take them? Given my background, this would not seem like an irrational request. But I’m not sure where to start. With lift tickets, rentals, and lessons, they’re looking at $150 to $200, plus a long car ride in either direction, just to try something that is cold and frustrating and unpredictable. I’m sure as hell not teaching them. My imagination proves unequal to the request. We don’t go skiing.Big Snow changes that calculus. Solves it. Instantly. Even, as Joe suggests in our interview, in places where you wouldn’t expect it. Denver or Salt Lake City or Minneapolis or Boston. Places that already have plenty of skiing nearby. Why? Well, if you’re in Denver, a snowdome means you don’t have to deal with I-70 or $199 lift tickets or figuring out which of the 100 chairlifts in Summit County would best suite your first ski adventure. You just go to the snowdome.The potential multiplying effect on new skiers is even more substantial when you consider the fact that these things never close. Hession points out that, after decades of refinement and tweaking, Mountain Creek is now finally able to consistently offer 100-day seasons. And given the local weather patterns, that’s actually amazing. But Big Snow – in New Jersey or elsewhere – will be open 365 days per year. That’s three and a half seasons of Mountain Creek, every single year. Multiply that by 10 or 20 or 30 Big Snows, and suddenly the U.S. has far more skiers than anyone ever could have imagined.Mountain CreekThere exists in the Northeast a coterie of unimaginative blockheads who seem to measure their self-worth mostly by the mountains that they dislike. Hunter is a big target. So is Mount Snow. But perhaps no one takes more ridicule, however, than Mountain Creek, that swarming Jersey bump with the shaky financial history and almost total lack of natural snow. Everyone remembers Vernon Valley Great Gorge (as Mountain Creek was once known), and its adjacent summertime operation, the raucous and profoundly dysfunctional Action Park. Or they remember Intrawest leaving Creek at the altar. Or that one time they arrived at Creek at noon on Dec. 29 and couldn’t find a place to park and spent half the afternoon waiting in line to buy a bowl of tomato soup. Or whatever. Now, based on those long-ago notions, they toss insults about Creek in between their Facebook posts from the Jackson Hole tram line or downing vodka shots with their crew, who are called the Drinksmore Boyz or Powder Dogzz or the Legalizerz or some orther poorly spelled compound absurdity anchored in a profound misunderstanding of how impressed society is in general with the antics of men in their 20s.  Whatever. I am an unapologetic Mountain Creek fan. I’ve written why many times, but here’s a summary:First, it is close. From my Brooklyn apartment, I can be booting up in an hour and 15 minutes on a weekend morning. It is a bargain. My no-blackout pass for the 2019-20 season was $230. It is deceptively large, stretching two miles from Vernon to Bear Peaks along New Jersey state highway 94. Its just over thousand-foot vertical drop means the runs feel substantial. It has night skiing, making it possible to start my day at my Midtown Manhattan desk job and finish it hooking forty-mile-an-hour turns down a frozen mountainside. The place is quite beautiful. Really. A panorama of rolling hills and farmland stretches northwest off the summit. The snowmaking system is excellent. They opened on November 16 this year and closed on April 7 last season, a by-any-measure horrible winter with too many thaws and wave after wave of base-destroying rain. And, if you know the time and place to go, Mountain Creek can be a hell of a lot of fun, thanks to the grown-up chutes-and-ladders terrain of South Peak, an endless tiered sequence of launchpads, rollers and rails (OK, I don’t ski rails), that will send you caroming down the mountain like an amped-up teenager (I am more than twice as old as any teenager).I don’t have a whole lot to add to that. It’s my home mountain. After spending my first seven ski seasons tooling around Midwest bumps, the glory of having a thousand-footer that near to me will never fade. The place isn’t perfect, of course, and no one is trying to tell that story, including me, as you can see in the full write-up below, but when I only have two or three hours to ski, Creek is an amazing gift that I will never take for granted:Podcast notesHere are a few articles laying out bits of Hession’s history with Mountain Creek:New VP has worked at Creek since his teens – Advertiser-News South, Feb. 22, 2012Mountain Creek Enters Ski Season With New Majority Owner Snow Operating – Northjersey.com, Nov. 23, 2018I’ve written quite a bit about Big Snow and Mountain Creek over the years. Here are a couple of the feature stories:The Curse of Big Snow – Sept. 30, 2021The Most Important Ski Area in America – Jan. 13, 2020This is the fourth podcast I’ve hosted that was at least in part focused on Mountain Creek:Big Snow and Mountain Creek Vice President of Marketing & Sales Hugh Reynolds – March 3, 2020Hermitage Club General Manager Bill Benneyan, who was also a former president, COO, and general manager of Mountain Creek – Dec. 4, 2020Crystal Mountain, Washington President and CEO Frank DeBerry, who was also a former president, COO, and general manager of Mountain Creek – Oct. 22, 2021Here are podcasts I’ve recorded with other industry folks that Hession mentions during our interview:Vail Resorts Rocky Mountain Region Chief Operating Officer and Mountain Division Executive Vice President Bill Rock – June 14, 2022Mountain High and Dodge Ridge President and CEO Karl Kapuscinski - June 10, 2022Alpine-X CEO John Emery – Aug. 4, 2021Fairbank Group Chairman Brian Fairbank – Oct. 16, 2020Killington and Pico President and General Manager Mike Solimano – Oct. 13, 2019Here’s the trailer for HBO’s Class Action Park, the 2020 documentary profiling the old water park on the Mountain Creek (then Vernon Valley-Great Gorge) grounds:Hession mentioned a retired chairlift and retired trails that he’d like to bring back to Mountain Creek:What Hession referred to as “the Galactic Chair” is Lift 9 on the trailmap below, which is from 1989. This would load at the junction of present-day Upper Horizon and Red Fox, and terminate on the landing where the Sojourn Double and Granite Peak Quad currently come together (see current trailmap above). This would give novice skiers a route to lap gentle Osprey and Red Fox, rather than forcing them all onto Lower Horizon all the way back to the Cabriolet. I don’t need to tell any regular Creek skiers how significant this could be in taking pressure off the lower mountain at Vernon/North. Lower Horizon is fairly steep and narrow for a green run, and this could be a compelling alternative, especially if these skiers then had the option of downloading the Cabriolet.Hession also talked about bringing back a pair of intermediate runs. One is Granite View, which is trails 34 (Cop Out), 35 (Fritz’s Folly) and 33 (Rim Run) on Granite Peak below. The trail closed around 2005 or ’06, and bringing it back would restore a welcome alternative for lapping Granite Peak.The second trail that Hession referenced was Route 80 (trail 24 on the Vernon side, running beneath lift 8), which cuts through what is now condos and has been closed for decades. I didn’t even realize it was still there. Talks with the condo association have yielded progress, Hession tells me, and we could see the trail return, providing another connection between Granite and Vernon.Creek skiers are also still obsessed with Pipeline, the double-black visible looker’s right of the Granite lift on this 2015 trailmap:I did not ask Hession about this run because I’d asked Hugh Reynolds about it on the podcast two years ago, and he made it clear that Pipeline was retired and would be as long as he and Hession ran the place.Here are links to a few more items we mentioned in the podcast:The 2019 Vermont Digger article that lists Snow Operating as an interested party in the Jay Peak sale.We talked a bit about the M.A.X. Pass, a short-lived multi-mountain pass that immediately preceded (and was dissolved by), the Ikon Pass. Here’s a list of partner resorts on that pass. Skiers received five days at each, and could add the pass onto a season pass at any partner ski area. This was missing heavies like Jackson Hole, Aspen, and Taos, but it did include some ballers like Big Sky and Killington. Resorts of the Canadian Rockies, which includes Fernie and Kicking Horse and is now aligned with the Epic Pass, was a member, as were a few ski areas that have since eschewed any megapass membership: Whiteface, Gore, Belleayre, Wachusett, Alyeska, Mountain High, Lee Canyon, and Whitewater. Odd as that seems, I’m sure we’ll look back at some of today’s megapass coalitions with shock and longing.This podcast hit paid subscribers’ inboxes on June 19. Free subscribers got it on June 22. To receive future pods as soon as they’re live, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription.The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 67/100 in 2022, and number 313 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane). You can also email skiing@substack.com. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

Love Selling Hate Sales Podcast
7 Steps To Building A Pipeline For Life

Love Selling Hate Sales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 9:18


In this episode of the Love Selling Hate Sales podcast, Joshua breaks down his strategy for building a pipeline for life into seven simple steps that you can immediately apply to your own sales strategy. Start thinking about building your pipeline for life, and you will be able to focus on your client's best interests at heart, instead of being constrained by the pitfalls of short-term thinking. HIGHLIGHTSAlways think about building trust You have to put in the workConsider your seller-market fitBoost your connectionsUnderstand the business of businessPractice conceptual thinking Earn and apply experienceQUOTESJoshua: "Pipeline is of utmost importance. But what if we didn't think about the pipeline for the month, or for the quarter, or even for the year. What if we thought about a pipeline for a life?" Joshua: "Anytime you engage with somebody, you better know how they make money. And even further, better know how they look at profit. Are they a public company, are they reporting to their shareholders? Are they a private company that's looking to grow or look for acquisition?" Joshua: "You need to gain experience along the way, and use that experience to mold who you are. What's your point of view? How can you help to grow connections, help people out no matter what it is you're doing?" About Josh Wagner: Josh is a growth advisor and the host of the Love Selling Hate Sales Podcast. He specializes in helping executives understand modern marketing and sales to drive growth in a scalable way. To learn more about Josh and his work, follow the links below:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshwagneraz/Company website: https://www.shiftparadigm.com/Personal Website: https:///www.joshuadwagner.comPodcast: https://www.lovesellinghatesales.com

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
The Russia-Ukraine Conflict: Polish Historians' Perspectives on the War Next Door! - WB 2nd April 2022

The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 72:03


Welcome to Watching Brief. As the name implies, each week Marc (Mr Soup) & Andy Brockman of the Pipeline (Where history is tomorrow's news) cast an eye over news stories, topical media and entertainment and discuss and debate what they find. #archaeologynews #thepipeline #archaeosoup Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/archaeosoup *** 0:00 Introduction 2:08 Recap of ArchUK4Ukraine 9:26 Reactions 11:08 CIfA's Response 14:41 CBA's Response 15:52 Comparison to Other Responses 16:46 Homes for Ukraine Scheme 18:38 FAME's Response (Blocking Us) 21:56 Accidentally Global? Heritage Alliance 24:50 Why is it SO Hard for Them? 31:26 Ways Forward – Closing Thoughts *** Link of the Week: Disasters Emergency Committee: https://www.dec.org.uk/ *** Links: 6 Things UK Archaeology Can do to Support Ukraine NOW! : https://youtu.be/bfQqzuWsUJ8 Call to Action Card, share freely and widely - No copyright claimed by PipeLine, Archaeosoup or Watching Brief: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1U6Ar_gnLj_dYa1jaf6Z3zFMJmV9Uem6S?usp=sharing CIfA's Response: https://twitter.com/InstituteArch/status/1506329326509244417?s=20&t=fR8ddrQHYeuHZjudimJ0hw The Threat to Ukraine's Heritage – An Open Letter: https://www.theheritagealliance.org.uk/blog/the-threat-to-ukraines-heritage-joint-letter/ “DON'T MENTION THE WAR” A Week of Fawlty Comms from CIfA, CBA & FAME: http://thepipeline.info/blog/2022/03/27/dont-mention-the-war-a-week-of-fawlty-comms-from-cifa-cba-fame/

State of Demand Gen
296 - The Demand R&D Pipeline: A Framework for Managing Innovation at Your Company

State of Demand Gen

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 60:31


Marketing is a lot like medicine in the late 1800's. Back then, the way medicine was praciced was through individual observation. A physician would do something for a patient, they would observe the results, and then they would share those results with other physicians. Unforuntaley, this is a very inefficient way of furthing the science of medicine. This is where marketing is right now. Lots of individual marketers and teams running experiments and (sometimes) sharing the results. It wasn't until later that the medical community started doing clinical trials where a several physicians would conduct research across a controlled environment, get results and then have those results peer-reviewed by a thurd party. That's where marketing is going and we're calling it "Evidence-Based Marketing". In this episode, Chris talks about what evidence-based marketing is, his early thoughts on how it could be implemented, and what the results could mean for the marketing community. Join us every Tuesday at 5 PM ET to ask your question on TikTok by following @chriswalker171 Thanks to our friends at Hatch for producing this episode. Get unlimited podcast editing at usehatch.fm.

Being an Engineer
Lisa Lloyd | Engineering with Inventors, Starting Inexpensively, and Diverse Teams

Being an Engineer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 50:37


Lisa Lloyd is a veteran inventor/entrepreneur, voracious learner, and wicked good problem solver. She licensed her first product, the French Twister, when she was only 23 and went on to license 6 more to major household names. She also won the coveted investment of Daymond John on Shark Tank and has appeared on numerous talk shows like Dr. Phil, GMA and Fox News featuring her success. Now she helps inventors around the world go from "What if?" to "WOW!" https://www.theinventionaccelerator.com/Recommended Books:Competing against luck (Clayton Christensen)Jumpstart Your Business Brain (Doug Hall)Aaron Moncur, host Music: Big Hopes by Piotr Pacynahttps://bit.ly/3wvlrOVABOUT BEING AN ENGINEERThe Being an Engineer podcast is a repository for industry knowledge and a tool through which engineers learn about and connect with relevant companies, technologies, people resources, and opportunities. We feature successful mechanical engineers and interview engineers who are passionate about their work and who made a great impact on the engineering community.The Being An Engineer podcast is brought to you by Pipeline Design & Engineering. Pipeline partners with medical & other device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, automation equipment, assembly jigs, inspection stations and more. You can find us on the web at www.teampipeline.us

Film Alchemist
Werewolves Within

Film Alchemist

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 50:31


The Alchemist investigate out neighbors to find the Werewolf Within.  Key Elements: Phalic Fire, Pipeline, Gift Shop Join the Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/filmalchemistpod  

The Lineup with Dave Prodan - A Surfing Podcast
Re-Air: EP 109: Jack Robinson Returns - Returning to Margaret River, The Margaret River Pro, Dealing with hype at a young age, The Box vs. Pipeline, Making the Mid-Season Cut, eye-opening win in Mexico, and What he's looking forward to in 2022's. 2nd ha

The Lineup with Dave Prodan - A Surfing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 71:19


Re-Air of Episode 109 featuring the recent winner of the 2022 Quiksilver Pro G-Land, Jack Robinson! Championship Tour star and Margaret River local Jack Robinson joins the podcast to talk about the Mid-season Cut-deciding event being held at his home break. He discusses his welcome return to Western Australia after spending 10 months of the year away, his passion for his home waves, and his excitement for potentially surfing at The Box. He breaks down his start to the season, including a strong 3rd place finish at the last event in Bells Beach that confirmed he had made the Mid-season Cut, and his focus turning from the pressure of the cut to making the WSL Final 5. He looks back at his road from Margaret River to the Championship Tour, how he dealt with intense hype from the media, fans, and sponsors from a very young age, how he doesn't get distracted by comparisons to iconic surfers, and how his win last year in Mexico showed him surfing freely can have a real impact. Jack also talks about Pipeline versus The Box, filming Stab in the Dark, his thoughts on the season's second half, Gabriel Medina's return at G-Land, and much more. Learn more about Jack here.  Watch him compete at the Surf City El Salvador Pro pres by Corona live June 12-20 on worldsurfleague.com. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things Championship Tour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices