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Leonora Zilkha Williamson joins Patrick to discuss how to purpose work that you love, use your natural gifts, and apply coaching skills to be a better leader. If you want to know what coaching is, why it matters, and how to do it with excellence. Leonora shares how she discovered her purpose and how she lives out that purpose in her daily work. The episode's overarching message will challenge you to do the same. Leonora is the Founder of Platinum Rule Advisors (PRA), a consulting firm devoted to executive coaching for leadership teams, especially of family-owned businesses. Leonora is a colleague of Patrick's at Vanderbilt University, where she teaches Negotiation. She has served on several corporate and non-profit boards and held leadership positions at J.P. Morgan, Boston Consulting Group, and Estée Lauder. A Princeton University and Harvard Business School graduate, Leonora is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation and a member of the Harvard Institute Of Coaching, Forbes Coaches Council, and Marshall Goldsmith's 100 (MG100) Coaches. MG 100 is an invitation-only group of accomplished coaches committed to using their talents to improve people and organizations. She was named Nashville's #1 Executive Coach in 2021 and 2022 by Influence Digest and has been recognized by the Nashville Business Journal as a 2022 Women of Influence award recipient. Learn more about Leonora's work with family businesses at lkadvisors.com and her executive coaching efforts at platinumruleadvisors.com
Dr. Waldman is a board-certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist focusing on developmental issues, ADHD, depression, and anxiety disorders. He has a special interest in helping children and families navigate challenges in schools. Dr. Waldman earned a BA in Molecular Biology at Princeton University before attending medical school at Tulane University. He went on to complete his psychiatry residency and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Louisiana State University New Orleans. Before moving to Los Angeles, he was a faculty member at Louisiana State University where he served as the child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship training director. He also led the psychiatry consult-liaison service at Children's Hospital New Orleans where he focused on supporting children and families coping with physical illness. During his tenure, Dr. Waldman held a seat on the Children's Cabinet Advisory Board to the Governor of Louisiana. Dr. Waldman uses a holistic approach when working with patients. By collaborating with patients and families, he incorporates developmentally informed therapeutic strategies to complement medication management. CalPsychiatry ------ Facebook Instagram LinkedIn
For this episode of Drafting the Past, I interviewed Dr. Isabela Morales, writer and public historian. She is the editor and project manager of The Princeton & Slavery Project and the digital projects manager at the Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum, central New Jersey's first Black history museum. Dr. Morales received her Ph.D. in history from Princeton University in 2019, specializing in the 19th-century United States, slavery, and emancipation. Her first book, Happy Dreams of Liberty: An American Family in Slavery and Freedom, was published earlier this year by Oxford University Press. We talked about how work as a public historian influences her writing, why guinea pigs are essential to her process, and the fiction she reads to learn how to evoke a place and time.
On this episode, we talked about: Having an abundant life Having a morning practice Body before business Community builds immunity Knowing your limiting belief Flipping limiting beliefs into affirmations Choosing to be happy no matter what You deserve self-love and self-care "Every emotion comes from fear or love, so the negative emotions come from fear and positive emotions come from love" "When you are healthy, happy, in love and spiritually connected you're going to attract things with ease" "In order to feel energetic, we have to fill our cup first, this means that you have to take time for yourself" About Rebecca: Rebecca Whitman is a Success Mentor, graduate with honors from Princeton University and author of international bestselling books, “Phenomenal Feminine Entrepreneurs,” “Business, Life, Universe” and “How to Make a Six Figure Income Working Part Time.” She was selected as Life Coach of the Year by the International Association of Top Professionals. She hosts the top 5% globally ranked “Balanced, Beautiful, Abundant” podcast. Her philosophy divides life into 7 Pillars of Abundance which include: spiritual, physical, emotional, romantic, mental, social, and financial. She helps people achieve balance within these seven areas so they can experience more fun and freedom in life! In addition to her appearances as an expert on ABC, CBS and has spoken to Columbia University. She has spoken on multiple podcasts and has shared virtual stages with great thought leaders like Grant Cardone, Jack Canfield and Les Brown. PS Reviews are like a virtual hug and you know I LOVE hugs! It would mean a world to me if you could please write me an honest review so more women can find this show
So, I came back from that trip and said to one of my good friends back in Budapest, ‘I think I've met the most dangerous person I've ever met personally.' And she said, ‘Oh Viktor, he's nothing. He's like a kid. He's in his thirties.' I mean, he was an aspiring politician at this point. His party was at the bottom of the polls. It didn't look like he had any future. And I said, ‘No, this guy has something. It's hard to define what it is, but we're going to be hearing from him.'Kim Lane ScheppeleSupport Democracy Paradox on Patreon for bonus episodes, ad free episodes and exclusive updates and information. Kim Lane Scheppele is the Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Sociology and International Affairs and the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University.Key HighlightsIntroduction - 0:50Kim Lane Scheppele meets Viktor Orbán - 2:45Viktor Orbán as Prime Minister 1998-2002 - 9:21Hungary Changes its Constitution 15:56Orbán Undermines Democracy Legally - 26:32Why do Voters Support Orbán and Fidesz - 41:48Key LinksLearn more about Kim Lane Scheppele"How Viktor Orbán Wins" by Kim Lane Scheppele in the Journal of Democracy9/11 and the Rise of Global Anti-Terrorism Law: How the UN Security Council Rules the World edited by Kim Lane Scheppele and Arianna VedaschiDemocracy Paradox PodcastMoisés Naím on the New Dynamics of Political PowerStephan Haggard and Robert Kaufman on Democratic BackslidingMore Episodes from the PodcastMore InformationDemocracy GroupApes of the State created all MusicEmail the show at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow on Twitter @DemParadox100 Books on DemocracyThe Proffitt PodcastThe podcast that shows you tips & strategies to create content with confidence!Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Poet Paul Laurence Dunbar, widely known for penning the famous words, “I know why the caged bird sings!” in his poem, Sympathy. Born in 1872, Dunbar was one of the first African American writers to be internationally recognized in the wake of emancipation. But while his extraordinary talent was celebrated, a deeper examination of his life reveals much about Black fame, and the cultural response to it, near the turn of the century. In a meticulously researched biography, author and scholar Gene Andrew Jarrett describes the person behind the fame, offering a revelatory account of a writer whose celebrity as the “poet laureate of his race” hid the private struggles of a man who felt like a “caged bird” that sings. While audiences across the United States and Europe flocked to enjoy his literary readings, Dunbar privately bemoaned shouldering the burden of race as an artist. He came to regard his fame as a curse as well as a blessing. Jarrett's work illustrates the tension that Dunbar held throughout his brief, astonishing life. Beautifully written and full of historical artifacts, Jarrett offers a richly detailed and nuanced portrait of Dunbar and his work, transforming how we understand the life and times of a central figure in American literary history. And in some ways, Jarrett has given Dunbar a chance to tell his own story, to share the fully actualized person that he was. Rather than a caged writer under the category of race, we get to honor the human behind the poetry on the 150th anniversary of his birth. Gene Andrew Jarrett is Dean of the Faculty and William S. Tod Professor of English at Princeton University. He is the author of Representing the Race: A New Political History of African American Literature and Deans and Truants: Race and Realism in African American Literature. He is also the coeditor of The Collected Novels of Paul Laurence Dunbar and The Complete Stories of Paul Laurence Dunbar. Tom Morgan is the Program Director for Race and Ethnic Studies and an Associate Professor of English at the University of Dayton. His research focuses on the politics of narrative form, African American haiku, the short story in late nineteenth-century periodical culture, and, of course, Paul Laurence Dunbar. His published work includes essays on James Weldon Johnson, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Richard Wright, Kate Chopin, and Stephen Crane, and he edited The Complete Stories of Paul Laurence Dunbar with Gene Andrew Jarrett. He is currently working on a new edition of Dunbar's poetry. Paul Laurence Dunbar: The Life and Times of a Caged Bird
Dr. Paul Oyer is the Mary and Rankine Van Anda Entrepreneurial Professor, Professor of Economics, and Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Labor Economics. Holding a Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University, he studies the economics of organizations and human resource practices. His latest book is titled An Economist Goes to the Game: How to Throw Away $580 Million and Other Surprising Insights from the Economics of Sports.
In 1976 an obscure psychologist from Princeton University published a book titled, “The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind.” It was a sensation, not in small part because Jaynes postulated that before modern consciousness occurred, the voices humans heard in their head were considered those of the gods. He pinpointed the date of this shift to around 1200 B.C. After this date, humans became self-aware, yet the Delphic Oracle remained relevant because she continued to flawlessly channel Apollo.In this episode Garner reads from Jaynes' famous book, focusing on the section about prophets and oracles.If you love this podcast, you'll also enjoy Garner's audible novel about the gods, Homo Divinitas, now available on Amazon.com and Audible.com. And find us on Youtube as well!Support the show
Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 175 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Elle Liu on this week's show. We interview Asian entrepreneurs around the world to amplify their voices and empower Asians to pursue their dreams and goals. We believe that each person has a message and a unique story from their entrepreneurial journey that they can share with all of us. Check us out on Anchor, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Spotify, and more. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a positive 5-star review. This is our opportunity to use the voices of the Asian community and share these incredible stories with the world. We release a new episode every Wednesday and Saturday, so stay tuned! Elle Liu is the founder and CEO Eucalypso, a modern sustainable eucalyptus bedding company. Eucalypso makes the world's softest and coolest sheets from 100% natural eucalyptus fibers for the perfect combination of pampering, breathable, and ecofriendly. Prior to Eucalypso, Elle graduated from Princeton University and worked as a Product Manager in the fin-tech industry. She scaled Eucalypso to 7-figures in 2 years while working a full time job, and she now works on Eucalypso full time. To stay connected within the AHN community, please join our AHN directory: bit.ly/AHNDirectory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asianhustlenetwork/support
This week we are joined by two mitochondrial experts who are very active in the rare disease community. We are focusing our conversation on a condition called Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON). Lissa Poincenot is a patient advocate with the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation and she has a son that has been diagnosed with LHON. Devin Shuman (she/her) is a genetic counselor at Genetic Support Foundation who also has a nano-rare mitochondrial disorder called GUK1. Lissa received a Bachelor's degree from Princeton University, and an MBA from UCLA. Her professional career was devoted to developing and leading marketing teams at various large companies. In 2008 Lissa's oldest son, Jeremy, suddenly became legally blind at age 19 due to a rare mitochondrial disorder called Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON). Jeremy has become a World Blind Golf Champion and Professional Inspirational Speaker. Lissa is a passionate LHON Advocate, devoted to advancing the science, educating about the disorder, and developing a vibrant, collaborative LHON community. She resides in Carlsbad, California.Devin received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts in 2014 and her Master's degree in Genetic Counseling from the University of California, Irvine in 2017. She currently resides in Bellevue, Washington. In addition to her role at Genetic Support Foundation, Devin currently serves on the Medical Advisory Board for the GRIN2B Foundation and volunteers as the Young Adult Coordinator for the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation. Her prior genetic counseling roles have included working at a telehealth genetic counseling company, a high-risk maternal fetal medicine clinic, a neurodevelopmental clinic, and an autism family registry. Devin is passionate about rare disease advocacy, public speaking, and inclusive care for LGBT and disability communities. On a typical Friday night, you'll find Devin running a virtual support group for teens with mitochondrial disease – often with her Flemish giant rabbit or African grey parrot making an appearance.On This Episode We Discuss:Function of the mitochondriaGeneral symptoms that people with mitochondrial disorders experienceHow mitochondrial DNA impacts the inheritance pattern of mitochondrial conditionsHow the percentage of affected mitochondria correlates with the severity of symptomsJeremy's journey to a LHON diagnosisThe percentage of people with the pathogenic variant for LHON that experience blindnessWhy people assigned as male at birth are more likely to be affected by LHON than people assigned female at birthTreatments available and clinical trials underwayDevin's diagnostic odyssey and her unique perspective as a genetic counselor/patient advocateThe support group that Devin leads for teens with mitochondrial disordersTo learn more about mitochondrial disorders, visit the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation, MitoAction, and the Mitochondrial Medicine Society. You can also check out Devin's Ted-Ed Mitochondrial DNA talk, read about mitochondrial donation, and watch this video about mitochondrial fission and fusion.To learn more about Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy specifically, visit the LHON website, and check out the LHON Facebook group. In this episode, we mentioned some of the support groups that Devin leads. If you have a mitochondrial disorder and want to connect to others in the community, check out the Facebook support groups for teens-20s and 20s-40s. Devin also runs a weekly Zoom support call for ages 16-35, you can register here.Be sure to check out FreshCrayons on Etsy for your own mitochondrial plushy pillow that Devin showed off in the video! And enter our giveaway for a mitochondrial sweatshirt on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. If you found this episode topic interesting, check out episode 170 for more info about mitochondrial disorders, specifically primary mitochondrial myopathy. Stay tuned for the next new episode of DNA Today on August 12th, 2022! New episodes are released on Fridays. In the meantime, you can binge nearly 200 other episodes on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, streaming on the website, or any other podcast player by searching, “DNA Today”. Episodes since 2021 are also recorded with video which you can watch on our YouTube channel. DNA Today is hosted and produced by Kira Dineen. Our social media lead is Corinne Merlino. Our video lead is Amanda Andreoli. See what else we are up to on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and our website, DNApodcast.com. Questions/inquiries can be sent to info@DNApodcast.com. PerkinElmer Genomics is a global leader in genetic testing focusing on rare diseases, inherited disorders, newborn screening, and hereditary cancer. Testing services support the full continuum of care from preconception and prenatal to neonatal, pediatric, and adult. Testing options include sequencing for targeted genes, multiple genes, the whole exome or genome, and copy number variations. Using a simple saliva or blood sample, PerkinElmer Genomics answers complex genetic questions that can proactively inform patient care and end the diagnostic odyssey for families. Learn more at PerkinElmerGenomics.com. (SPONSORED)Are you interested in the rapidly growing field of genetics and want to learn more about clinical genetics, molecular genetics, and laboratory science? Then you should check out the Genetic Assistant Online Training Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine! By taking part in the program, you will be joining both national and international learners with the same passion for genetics. Interact directly with your Johns Hopkins instructors and fellow learners throughout the program. Applications are open now for the fall cohort which starts September 12th. (SPONSORED)
Dr. Leah Boustan is a Professor of Economics at Princeton University, where she also serves as the Director of the Industrial Relations Section. She is also the co-director of the Development of the American Economy Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Her research lies at the intersection between economic history and labor economics. Her latest book is titled Streets of Gold: America's Untold Story of Immigrant Success.
Politician and author Charles Booker discusses his book, “From the Hood to the Holler: A Story of Separate Worlds, Shared Dreams, and the Fight for America's Future,” with writer and Professor Eddie Glaude. Charles Booker represented the 43rd District in the Kentucky House of Representatives, where he served on the economic development and workforce, judiciary, and natural resources and energy committees. A graduate of the University of Louisville and its Brandeis School of Law, Booker is a Bingham Fellow and a Bloomberg Innovation Delivery Team fellow. He is the founder of the advocacy group Hood to the Holler, which continues the work of his campaign, building bridges between previously siloed communities. Eddie S. Glaude Jr. is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and Chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University. He is a former president of the American Academy of Religion. Glaude is the author of several important books including “Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul.” Glaude is a columnist for Time magazine and an MSNBC contributor on programs like Morning Joe, and Deadline Whitehouse. He also regularly appears on Meet the Press.
In this conversation, we chat with Matt Kopko – DailyPay's Vice President of Public Policy, where he manages DailyPay's interactions with regulators, legislators, other government officials and stakeholders. Prior to his role at DailyPay, Matt served in a similar role – Director of Public Policy – at Bird, the micromobility company. Matt was also a senior government official and member of the Senior Executive Service, as well as an attorney in private practice. Matt holds a bachelor's degree from Princeton University, and a JD/MBA from the University of Chicago.
This lecture was given on April 19, 2022 at the University of Dallas. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Dr. Christopher Kaczor (rhymes with razor) is Professor of Philosophy at Loyola Marymount University and a member of the James Madison Society of Princeton University. In 2015, he was appointed to the Pontifical Academy for Life of Vatican City, and he serves as a Consultor to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. He graduated from the Honors Program of Boston College and earned a Ph.D. four years later from the University of Notre Dame. A Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Kaczor is a former Federal Chancellor Fellow at the University of Cologne and William E. Simon Visiting Fellow in the James Madison Program at Princeton University. He is an award winning author of twelve books including The Gospel of Happiness, The Seven Big Myths about Marriage, A Defense of Dignity, The Seven Big Myths about the Catholic Church, The Ethics of Abortion, Thomas Aquinas on the Cardinal Virtues; Life IssuesMedical Choices; Thomas Aquinas on Faith, Hope, and Love; The Edge of Life, and Proportionalism and the Natural Law Tradition. Dr. Kaczor's views have been in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, National Review, NPR, BBC, EWTN, ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, MSNBC, TEDx, and The Today Show.
The CPG Guys, PVSB and Sri are joined in this episode by Carolyn Brown, Head of Commerce Marketing at AB InBev, the world's leading brewer including iconic brands like Budweiser, Corona and Stella Artois; multi-country brands Beck's, Castle, Castle Light, Leffe and Hoegaarden; and local champions such as Aguila, Antarctica, Bud Light, Brahma, Cass, Chernigivske, Cristal, Harbin, Jupiler, Klinskoye, Michelob Ultra, Modelo Especial, Quilmes, Victoria, Sedrin, Sibirskaya Korona, and Skol.Follow Carolyn Brown on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolyn-brown-abi/ Follow AB InBev on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ab-inbev/Follow AB InBev online at: https://www.ab-inbev.com/Carolyn answers these questions:1) Your story starts at Princeton University in Arts & History and you've been here at AB for 11 years, now a digital Commerce leader here. Decompose this for our audience and tell us how all this came to be.2) Why is digital commerce a priority for AB in these times? Is it just about eCommerce or does it have broader omnichannel drivers?3) Does the world of ratings & reviews and content still have an equal importance these days and why?4) How are you partnering with distributors to help get them ready for digital commerce ?5) How are you focused on building a team and what does your team specifically focus on - is it strategy or execution? 6) How do you partner on the Omnichannel mission with those that are not on your team? Is it knowledge share or being a COE? 7) What are some key learnings from the last 2 years you would share with our audience they should focus on? 8) Given the category of products you work in what are some challenges to ecommerce and how do you navigate them?CPG Guys Website: http://CPGGuys.comFMCG Guys Website: http://fmcgguys.comCPG Scoop. Website: http://CPGscoop.comDISCLAIMER: The content in this podcast episode is provided for general informational purposes only. By listening to our episode, you understand that no information contained in this episode should be construed as advice from CPGGUYS, LLC or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for research on any subject matter. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CPGGUYS, LLC. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. CPGGUYS LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other damages arising out of any individual's use of, reference to, or inability to use this podcast or the information we presented in this podcast.
Our season-long series on Adora Experiences continues. In this episode, we'll answer the question: how can students take a business from zero to product to multiple enterprise customers? The Princeton Spark is a production of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council. The views expressed by our guests on this show are theirs and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council, the Office of the Dean for Research, Princeton Innovation, or Princeton University. If you haven't subscribed to the show yet, please do so wherever you listen to podcasts. Thanks for listening.
Jon shares gems from his new book: From Impressed to Obsessed: 12 Principles for Turning Customers an Employees Into Lifelong Fans. Excellence is never an accident. Jon brilliantly pulls the curtain back on proven methods to fundamentally change the way you think about creating a successful, beloved business.Show NotesJon Picoult shared practical and proven principles from his new book From Impressed to Obsessed in this episode. We talk about real world challenges for CX leaders and what cognitive science implies about where organizations go wrong and what leaders can do about it.Blog Reference: https://www.empoweredcx.com/post/the-holy-grail-of-cx-in-the-c-suiteAbout The AuthorJon Picoult helps companies impress their customers andinspire their employees, creating “raving fans” that drivebusiness growth. He is the founder of Watermark Consultingand a noted authority on customer and employee experience.A sought-after business advisor and public speaker, Jon'sinsights have been featured by dozens of media outlets,including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times,Fortune, and Forbes.com (where he is a regular contributor).His landmark study on the ROI of customer experience is oneof the most widely cited pieces of research in the industry,referenced by firms such as McKinsey, Deloitte, Accenture,Forrester, SAP, and Oracle.Jon is also the author of the new book, “From Impressed toObsessed: 12 Principles for Turning Customers and Employeesinto Lifelong Fans” (McGraw-Hill, Nov. 2, 2021), which debuted as an Amazon #1 New Releaseand has earned praise from business luminaries such as Horst Schulze (co-founder of Ritz-Carlton Hotels), Hubert Joly (former CEO of Best Buy), and Marshall Goldsmith (world-renowned executive coach).Jon has advised the C-suite at some of the world's foremost brands, including companies suchas AT&T, Allstate, ADT, Generali, and Becton Dickinson. He's helped these and otherorganizations capitalize on the power of loyalty – both in the marketplace and in the workplace.Prior to establishing Watermark in 2009, Jon held senior executive roles at Fortune 100companies – leading service, operations, distribution, technology, sales and marketing. Early inhis career, at the age of 29, Jon earned the distinction of becoming the youngest executiveofficer in the over 150-year history of a leading global insurance and investment firm.Jon received his A.B. in Cognitive Science from Princeton University and his M.B.A. in GeneralManagement from Duke University.Learn more at Jon's website.
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Our guest on the podcast today is Wade Pfau. He is professor of retirement income in the Ph.D. in financial and retirement planning program at the American College of Financial Services. He is also co-director of the American College Center for Retirement Income and RICP program director at the American College. Pfau has written several books, including his most recent, Retirement Planning Guidebook. He is a co-editor of the Journal of Personal Finance, and he publishes frequently in a wide variety of academic and practitioner research journals. He hosts the Retirement Researcher blog and is a regular contributor to Advisor Perspectives, MarketWatch, and Forbes. Pfau holds a doctorate in economics and a master's degree from Princeton University and Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Iowa. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst.BackgroundBioRetirement Planning Guidebook: Navigating the Important Decisions for Retirement Success, by Wade PfauWade Pfau booksWade Pfau blogs posts on Retirement ResearcherRetirement Income StrategiesAlex Murguia“Selecting a Personalized Retirement Income Strategy,” by Alejandro Murguia and Wade Pfau, Retirement Management Journal, Dec. 1, 2021.“Determining Your Retirement Income Style,” by Wade Pfau, financialplanningassocation.org, 2021.“Two Philosophies for Retirement Income Planning Part One: Probability-Based,” by Wade Pfau, forbes.com, Dec. 18, 2019.“What Is a Safety-First Retirement Plan?” by Wade Pfau, retirementresearcher.com.“The RISA Framework: A Systemized Approach to Personalizing Retirement Income Strategies for Clients,” by Wade Pfau and Alex Murguia, kitces.com, April 20, 2022.Inflation and Other Risk Factors“Bill Bengen: Revisiting Safe Withdrawal Rates,” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Dec. 14, 2021.“Inflation, Deflation, Confiscation & Devastation—The Four Horsemen of Risk,” by Wade Pfau, retirementresearcher.com.“Wade Pfau: TIPS and Annuities Good Bets When Inflation Is High,” by Ginger Szala, thinkadvisor.com, March 31, 2022.“The Changing Risks of Retirement,” by Wade Pfau, retirementresearcher.com.“The Four Approaches to Managing Retirement Income Risk,” by Wade Pfau, papers.ssrn.com, Dec. 31, 2019.“Don't Panic on Sequence of Returns,” by Amy Arnott, Morningstar.com, May 16, 2022.Withdrawal Rates“Wade Pfau: The 4% Rule Is No Longer Safe,” The Long View Podcast, Morningstar.com, April 29, 2020.“Retiring Soon? Why the Popular 4% Withdrawal Rule May Be a Bad Idea,” by Greg Iacurci, cnbc.com, April 13, 2021.“What Is the ‘Retirement Spending Smile?'” by Wade Pfau, retirementresearcher.com.Annuities“Retirement Income Strategies With Annuities,” by Wade Pfau, retirementreseacher.com.“Wade Pfau Takes a Balanced Look at a Retirement Product Some Advisors Love to Hate,” by Ed McCarthy, thinkadvisor.com, July 22, 2022.“David Lau: Taking High Commissions Out of Annuities,” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, June 21, 2022.“Are Annuities Too Expensive?” by Wade Pfau, linkedin.com, July 2, 2021.Long-Term Care“Costs and Incidence of Long-Term Care,” by Wade Pfau, retirementresearcher.com.“Managing Long-Term Care Spending Risks in Retirement,” by Wade Pfau and Michael Finke, lecp.naifa.org, Jan. 7, 2020.“Hybrid Long-Term Care Insurance Policies,” by Wade Pfau, retirementresearcher.com.Other“Laura Carstensen: ‘I'm Suggesting We Change the Way We Work,'” The Long View podcast, Morningstar.com, Sept. 14, 2021.
Luke is the Vice President of Product at Abilitie, a leadership development company that offers virtual mini-MBAs and business simulations that help senior executives from companies around the world build leadership skills and improve strategy execution. Since 2015, they have taught 25,000+ executives in over 50+ countries, and their clients include Fortune 500 companies such as PayPal, Marriott, Coca-Cola, GE, and Southwest Airlines. In 2020, Abilitie was recognized as one of the Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies and Inc. Best Work-Places In America. Luke is also an Advisory Board Member of Haymakers 4 Hope, a nonprofit that has raised 20M+ for cancer cure research. Before joining Abilitie, Luke was an Expert Associate Partner at McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm that is a trusted advisor to two-thirds of the Fortune 1000 businesses and governments around the world. He holds a BA in Economics from Princeton University and an MBA from Harvard Business School and was also a Teaching Fellow for Harvard University's undergrad economics class. Highlights What Abilitie is: How they work Who Luke Owings is How the education now evolved Where's the value that is most intertwined with what the market needs today and tomorrow How Luke makes the remote delightful versus in a room Why do people care about getting an MBA or the next certification versus getting real-world results and trying something new What three things MBAs can give How getting an MBA from established institutions differs from earning it online What key insights to look for Why it is important to leverage education Where to learn more about the programs that Luke develops and facilitate Episode Resources Connect with Raul Hernandez Ochoa https://www.linkedin.com/in/dogoodwork https://dogoodwork.io/work-with-raul https://dogoodwork.io/podcast Connect with Luke Owings https://www.abilitie.com/ Get a $200 tuition credit if you mention that you came from the Do Good Work Podcast: https://invitedmba.com/modern-mba/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/luke-owings-9889214
General David H. Petraeus, US Army (Ret.), is a Partner with the global investment firm KKR and the Chairman of the KKR Global Institute, which he established in June 2013. He is also a personal venture capitalist and serves on the boards of KKR companies OneStream and Optiv. Before joining KKR, he served in government for 38-1/2 years, culminating his 37-year military career with six consecutive commands as a general officer, five of which were in combat – including the Surge in Iraq, US Central Command, and US/Coalition Forces in Afghanistan – and then serving as Director of the CIA, following Senate confirmation by a vote of 94-0. General Petraeus graduated with distinction from the US Military Academy in 1974 and later earned a Ph.D. at Princeton University. He has held academic appointments at USMA, the City University of New York's Macaulay Honors College, Harvard's Belfer Center, and the University of Southern California. He is currently a Senior Fellow and Lecturer at Yale's Jackson Institute for Global Affairs, Co-Chairman of the Woodrow Wilson Center's Global Advisory Council, Senior Vice President of the Royal United Services Institute, and a member of the Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations, and Aspen Strategy Group. His many awards include four Defense Distinguished Service Medals, the Secretary of State's Distinguished Service Award, the Bronze Star Medal for Valor, two NATO Meritorious Service Medals, the Combat Action Badge, the Ranger tab, and master parachutist wings. He has also been decorated by 13 foreign countries and is believed to be the only person who, while in uniform, threw out the first pitch of a World Series game and did the coin toss for a Super Bowl. He was also runner-up for Time Person of the Year in 2007, when Russia's President Vladimir Putin garnered that honor. On this episode, General Petraeus shares his journey to the late 19th century for a dinner at the Lotus Club in New York City with then former President and retired General Ulysses S. Grant. He puts forward why and how the conversation would unfold. During our interview, General Petraeus also provides perspective on cybersecurity, why Iran may be the next big crisis, managing China, the war in Ukraine, and our commitment to Afghan partners and refugees. Plus, he offers what he never travels without, why exercise and reading are critical diversions during grinding experiences, and why social media is another war zone. General Petraeus is just one of the exceptional individuals featured on the podcast where Host Steven Shalowitz explores with his guests where they would go if given a one way ticket, no coming back. Their destinations may be in the past, present, future, real, imaginary or a state of mind. Steven's guests have included: Nobel Peace Prize Winner, President Jose Ramos-Horta; Legendary Talk Show Host, Dick Cavett; Law Professor, Alan Dershowitz; Fashion Expert, Tim Gunn; Broadcast Legend, Charles Osgood; International Rescue Committee President & CEO, David Miliband; Former United States Senator, Joseph I. Lieberman; Playwright, David Henry Hwang; Journalist-Humorist-Actor, Mo Rocca; SkyBridge Capital Founder & Co-Managing Partner, Anthony Scaramucci; Abercrombie & Kent Founder, Geoffrey Kent; Travel Expert, Pauline Frommer, as well as leading photographers, artists, chefs, writers, intellectuals, etc.
Podcast guest 534 is Mark Gober and during this podcast we talked about consciousness, NDEs aliens, psychics and more. Mark is the author of "An End to Upside Down Thinking" (2018), which was awarded the IPPY award for best science book of 2019. He is also the author of "An End to Upside Down Living" (2020), "An End to Upside Down Liberty" (2021), and "An End to Upside Down Contact" (2022); and he is the host of the podcast "Where Is My Mind?" (2019). Additionally, he serves on the board of Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell's Institute of Noetic Sciences and the School of Wholeness and Enlightenment. Previously, Gober was a partner at Sherpa Technology Group in Silicon Valley and worked as an investment banking analyst with UBS in New York. He has been named one of IAM's Strategy 300: The World's Leading Intellectual Property Strategists. Gober graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University, where he wrote an award-winning thesis on Daniel Kahneman's Nobel Prize–winning “Prospect Theory” and was elected a captain of Princeton's Division I tennis team. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-s-reynolds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeffrey-s-reynolds/support
View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter Josh Rabinowitz is a Professor of Chemistry and Integrative Genomics at Princeton University, where his research focuses on developing a quantitative, comprehensive understanding of cellular metabolism through the study of metabolites and their fluxes. In this episode, Josh focuses the discussion on three main topics: metabolomics, NAD (and its precursors), and cancer metabolism. The metabolomics discussion starts with a broad definition of metabolism, metabolites, and fluxomics before diving deep into glucose metabolism, lactate as a fuel, movement of lactate, and the regulation of these substrates. He then gives a detailed explanation of the electron transport chain and Krebs cycle and their implications with respect to both drugs and nutrition while also explaining how NAD is central to the process of energy generation. He then discusses the age-related decline in NAD and what current literature says about efforts to increase NAD through intravenous or oral supplementation with the precursors NMN and NR, including whether doing so provides any advantage to lifespan or healthspan. Finally, Josh ends the conversation talking about cancer metabolism and how one particular intersection between cancer metabolism and immunotherapy might provide a hopeful outlook on the future of cancer treatment. We discuss: Josh's background and unique path to becoming a research scientist at Princeton [3:30]; What sparked Josh's early interest in metabolism [11:15]; Metabolomics 101: defining metabolites and how they are regulated [16:30]; Fluxomics: metabolism as a system in action [26:00]; The Randle Hypothesis: glucose and fatty acids compete as substrates for oxidation [33:30]; The important role of lactate as an alternate fuel [36:30]; Fasting lactate levels as a potential early indicator of metabolic dysfunction [48:00]; The beauty of the Krebs cycle and the role of NAD in energy production [53:15]; How the drug metformin acts on complex I of the electron transport chain [1:05:00]; The difference between NADH and NADPH [1:08:45]; NAD levels with age, and the efficacy of supplementing with intravenous NAD [1:10:45]; The usefulness of restoring NAD levels and efficacy of oral supplementation with NAD precursors NR and NMN [1:22:15]; Exploring the hypothesis that boosting NAD levels is beneficial [1:32:30]; Cancer metabolism and the intersection with immunotherapy [1:39:00]; Making cancer a chronic disease: exploiting the metabolic quirks of cancer, augmenting the immune system, and more [1:46:15]; The challenge of treating pancreatic cancer [1:50:30]; Epithelial cancers that might respond to metabolic approaches to therapy [1:56:30]; Josh's hopeful outlook on the future of cancer treatment [1:59:00]; Nutritional approaches to cancer attenuation [2:00:15]; What makes Princeton University special [2:06:15]; More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube
Today I want to share with you a small speech that Jeff Bezos gave to a Graduating class from Princeton University. Remember that Jeff Bezos is the founder, executive chairman and former president and CEO of Amazon. He is most recently calculated at being worth over $135Billion dollars making him the second richest man in the world. I love his advice, stories and ideas that he poses in his commencement address to the soon to be professions from Princeton. I hope you enjoy and find value in his words. Thanks for listening. Please share this episode with someone you know so we can share these principles of success with others around you. George Wright III
Americans do not always have a favorable opinion of immigrants, but is immigration a net positive for both immigrants and native-born citizens? Princeton University professor Leah Boustan is the author of a new book called “Streets of Gold: America's Untold Story of Immigrant Success” and joins the show to discuss why children of immigrants from around the world consistently succeed in climbing the economic ladder and how immigration expands our country's economic pie. Then, Michigan ACLU staff attorney Jay Kaplan joins the show to discuss the Michigan Supreme Court's latest decision barring discrimination based on sexual orientation.
Do you want to create lasting behavioral change but can't seem to make it stick? Katy Milkman, Wharton School Professor, bestselling author, and podcast host has dedicated her life to studying behavior change, and in this episode, she gives a science-backed blueprint of how to create lasting change and achieve your goals. In this episode, Hala and Katy chat about barriers to change and why humans are so impulsive. Katy shares science-backed strategies to help you create lasting change like temptation bundling, gamification, and the fresh start effect. Katy also dives deep into what she's learned about encouraging others to adopt a behavior through nudging, and the powerful effect giving advice can have. Topics Include: - What first got Katy interested in human behavior - Relationship between engineering and human behavior - What makes it so hard for us to change? - Why are humans impulsive? - Temptation bundling and gamification - Commitment Devices - The Fresh Start Effect - Rigidity versus variability for habits - Counteracting the “What the Hell Effect” - Perspective on the power of negative thinking - Why acting like a mentor can help you succeed - How can we become advice-givers? - COVID-19 Vaccine Adoption Research - Nudging - Katy's actionable advice - Katy's secret to profiting - And other topics… Katy Milkman is a James G. Dinan Professor at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the host of Charles Schwab's popular behavioral economics podcast Choiceology. She is also the co-founder and co-director of the Behavior Change for Good Initiative, a research center with the mission of advancing the science of lasting behavior change whose work is being chronicled by Freakonomics Radio. She is also the author of the best-selling book, How to Change. She received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University (summa cum laude) in Operations Research and Financial Engineering and her Ph.D. from Harvard University's joint program in Computer Science and Business. Sponsored By: Indeed - Claim your $75 credit now at Indeed.com/yap (Terms and conditions apply) Shopify - Go to shopify.com/profiting, for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features The Jordan Harbinger Show - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations Resources Mentioned: Katy's Book: https://www.katymilkman.com/book Katy's Website: https://www.katymilkman.com/ Katy's Newsletter: https://www.katymilkman.com/newsletter-milkman-delivers Katy's Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/katy-milkman/ Katy's Twitter: https://twitter.com/katy_milkman Katy's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katymilkman/ Katy's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katymilkmanphd/ Katy's Podcast, Choiceology: https://www.katymilkman.com/podcast Connect with Young and Profiting: Hala's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Hala's Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/yapwithhala/ Hala's Twitter: https://twitter.com/yapwithhala Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/@halataha Website: https://www.youngandprofiting.com/ Text Hala: https://youngandprofiting.co/TextHala or text “YAP” to 28046
Preaching for the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Elizabeth Garlow invites us to the ecological conversion called for in Laudato Si': "We will have to let go of the short-termism and instant gratification that is so pervasive. We will need to adopt a longer-term view, one that helps us understand what it might look like to live in ways that would make us good ancestors. It reminds me of the passage in today's Gospel parable where God says to the harvester - ‘You fool, this night your life will be demanded of you; and the things you have prepared, to whom will they belong?'" Elizabeth Garlow has worked in the areas of social entrepreneurship, impact investing and public policy with an eye toward building an economy rooted in solidarity and mutual care. Three years ago, Elizabeth was moved by the launch of the global Economy of Francesco Movement to co-find the Francesco Collaborative, a network of investors, entrepreneurs and other changemakers seeking to respond to Pope Francis' call to be “protagonists of transformation” in our economy. Today, she runs “Livable Future Investing” workshops through the Francesco Collaborative, inviting investors to discern and embrace their most important work in building the solidarity economy. She also accompanies religious congregations as they discern how to align their assets with mission in an ever-evolving world. She also conducts research on well-being economics as a fellow with New America. Elizabeth holds a BA from Kalamazoo College and a Master's in public policy and economics from Princeton University. She loves swimming, playing folk music, and making a home in the Detroit area with her partner Paul and their new daughter Sophia. Visit www.catholicwomenpreach.org/preaching/07312022 to learn more about Elizabeth, to read her text, and for more preaching from Catholic women.
Mark and Cris welcome Alan Blinder, Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, to discuss the prospects for recession, inflation, monetary policy and financial conditions.Follow Mark Zandi @MarkZandi, Ryan Sweet @RealTime_Econ and Cris deRitis @MiddleWayEcon for additional insight.
We who attend Burning Man and other multi day mass gatherings have long felt that these events are personally and lastingly transformational. In May of this year, Dr. Molly Crockett and their team at Crockett Lab at Yale University published research demonstrating what we always believed. Today on Life is a Festival, Dr Crockett explains their findings and what they mean for harnessing the transformative power of festivals. On the show we talk about what transformation is and how it can be studied, specifically focusing on generosity and expanded circles of moral concern. Dr Crockett explains how their team conducted research at six field sites over a number of years. We discuss their controls for the research including for psychedelic use. We explore morality and tribalism and finally Dr Crockett shares how their research can help us make our lives more like a festival. Dr. Crockett is a behavioral neuroscientist who studies human morality, altruism, decision making, and moral outrage. They have just accepted tenure at Princeton University after serving as an Associate Professor of Psychology at Yale University. Their research on transformational experiences at events was published in Nature Communications on May 27, 2022. Notes Crockett Lab: http://www.crockettlab.org/ ‘Transformative' effects of mass gatherings like Burning Man are lasting” in Yale News: https://news.yale.edu/2022/05/27/transformative-effects-mass-gatherings-burning-man-are-lasting “Prosocial correlates of transformative experiences at secular multi-day mass gatherings” In Nature Communications: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-29600-1 Transformative Experience by L. A. Paul: https://www.amazon.com/Transformative-Experience-L-Paul/dp/0198777310 Timestamps :08 - Self Expression as path to transformation at Burning Man :16 - How the research was conducted at :22 - Secular Multiday Mass gatherings :27 - Expanded circle of moral regard :32 - How did the researchers control for psychedelic use? :41 - New relationships, gifts given and received and dancing all correlated with transformative experiences :55 - Dr Crockett's work in morality and future research 1:01 - How Crockett's research can help us make our lives more like a festival
Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!F. Scott Fitzgerald, (born Sept. 24, 1896, St. Paul, Minn., U.S.—died Dec. 21, 1940, Hollywood, Calif.) was a U.S. novelist and short-story writer. Fitzgerald attended Princeton University but dropped out with bad grades. In 1920 he married Zelda Sayre (1900–48), daughter of a respected Alabama judge. His works, including the early novels This Side of Paradise (1920) and The Beautiful and Damned (1922) and the story collections Tales of the Jazz Age (1922) and All the Sad Young Men (1926), capture the Jazz Age's vulgarity and dazzling promise. His brilliant The Great Gatsby (1925; film, 1926, 1949, 1974; TV movie 2001), a story of American wealth and corruption, was eventually acclaimed one of the century's greatest novels. In 1924 Scott and Zelda became part of the expatriate community on the French Riviera, the setting of Tender Is the Night (1934; film, 1962). His fame and prosperity proved disorienting to them both, and he became seriously alcoholic. Zelda never fully recovered from a mental breakdown in 1932 and spent most of her remaining years in a sanitarium. In 1937 Scott moved to Hollywood to write film scripts; the experience inspired the unfinished The Last Tycoon (1941; film, 1976). He died of a heart attack at age 44.From https://www.britannica.com/summary/F-Scott-Fitzgerald. For more information about F. Scott Fitzgerald:Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:Pico Iyer about Fitzgerald, at 04:35: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-004-pico-iyer“Essay: The Crack-Up”: https://www.pbs.org/wnet/americanmasters/f-scott-fitzgerald-essay-the-crack-up/1028/The Crack-Up: https://www.ndbooks.com/book/the-crack-up/“F. Scott Fitzgerald: That Sad Young Man”: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1926/04/17/that-sad-young-man
Author and researcher Ed Frauenheim opens Act 1 reminiscing about his past as a young boy in a suburb of Buffalo, NY, an “idyllic place” where Ed's early - and somewhat persistent - understanding of what a man was supposed to be took form. As a young man, Ed's perceptions of manhood were challengingly rigid; “it's about competition, it's about being tough, it's not about expressing emotion, and those were hard rules for me to fit into in a lot of ways…”He shares a story of how, in a hockey game at the formative age of 13 that ended in a shared championship title, he viewed the outcome as a loss, because a tie was not a heroic win.While Ed was arguably very successful on paper, his ideals of manhood led to coloring his formidable accomplishments as “not quite,” even as a high-achieving student at Princeton University.Ed reflects on how separating self-worth from achievement and one's “win-loss record,” even in things like playing basketball and ultimate frisbee with friends, makes room for different kinds of relationships between men. He touches on important lessons learned from examining competition and introduces the critical practice of forgiveness.Before wrapping Act 1, we wrestle with letting go of armor to open ourselves to more substantial, emotionally vulnerable and connected relationships, bringing it home with a fun examination of how fatherhood offers fantastic opportunities for a reset… whilst stripping away any remaining illusions of control.Ed Frauenheim is about reinventing masculinity, workplaces and society--and about connecting the dots among the three for a more soulful world. He is a writer, speaker and consultant who has focused on workplace, technology and culture matters for more than 25 years. His stories have been featured in Fortune, Wired and USA Today. Ed spent six years as director of content at Great Place to Work, the global consultancy that produces the annual Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list. He has co-written four books including A Great Place to Work For All and Reinventing Masculinity: The Liberating Power of Compassion and Connection. Ed co-founded The Teal Team, a group of professionals dedicated to creating more soulful organizations. He also co-founded Project Compassion, an initiative to elevate compassion in policing to strengthen the heart of communities. He is the father of two teenagers and husband to artist Rowena Richie. He lives in San Francisco.Find Ed at edfruaenheim.com, on LinkedIn and Twitter - @edfrauenheim
In this episode of "Making Waves at C-Level", Thom talks to James Howard, the founder of the Black Inventors Hall of Fame. They talk about his new documentary, "Black Inventors Got Game", race, and success. About James Howard James Howard is a, lecturer, design historian, industrial designer/inventor of some 300 products with 18 patents. He is currently the owner/operator of Entrepreneurial U, a specialty private career school of Design Thinking. One of his courses, “Bridge” Exploring New Career Pathways, takes students through the problem solving processes: problem/necessity, solution, and execution and leads them to new career pathways and job opportunities. While teaching for more twenty years at The County College of Morris in New Jersey, Professor Howard was an owner/operator of the award-winning firm Howard Design., an industrial design practices whose clients included Coca-Cola, Colgate Palmolive, Johnson & Johnson, Nabisco, Pfizer and the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency). The New Jersey based company was one of the longest running and most profitable minority owned design firms in the country James Howard serves as Executive Director of THE BLACK INVENTORS HALL OF FAME, (www.BIHOF.org) a virtual museum), devoted to immortalizing African Americans whose noteworthy inventions have improved lives yet gone unnoticed. James also serves on the Board of Directors for the Unites States Intellectual Property Alliance, and he is presently assisting the National Inventors Hall of Fame curate their very first Black Inventors exhibit, to be open to the public in the fall of 2021. For four years James has served as a Subject matter expert on Design thinking for the Keller Innovation Center at Princeton University. He is also a visiting lecturer for the University of Texas Center for Integrated Design, James earned a Master and Bachelor of Fine Arts -Industrial Design at University of Illinois, Urbana, IL. James was recently awarded Honorary member of the National Academy Of Inventors. Contact James at JHoward@bihof.org https://bihof.org https://thomsinger.com/podcast/black-inventors-got-game Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Alexis Jazmyn Cowan, PhD works with clients to support them in all aspects of their journey to health, from diet and nutraceuticals to exercise and lifestyle. She also works with individuals looking to improve their scientific literacy, helping them to gain the competence and confidence needed to effectively review scientific literature, assess data quality, and critically analyze published claims. She attained her PhD from Princeton University in Molecular Biology in 2022. On This Episode: Alexis's Background Her journey of losing 100 lbs, from disordered eating to IBS to now being healthy! Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) her experience and scientific data of what it is and how to treat it Gut permeability and competitive bodybuilders/athletes Glyphosate and how it is harming our human bodies Human Milk Olligosaccharides, Bifidobacteria & gut health Biffidobacteria & Akkermasia "The Gut Protocol" that Alexis practices with clients We can make changes to the gut microbiome within 24 hours using dietary changes The Orange Juice Protocol -Joel Greene Activated charcoal / Binders Probiotics/ Prebiotics /Postbiotics Intramuscular fat Dr. Alexis's PhD research Obesity Microbiome Optimization Products- Layer Origin (code: DrAlexis15) What Dr. Alexis does to move her brain & move her body! Contact/ Book with Dr. Alexis Dr. Alexis Website Dr. Alexis's Blog on Biffidobacteria Layer Origin (code: DrAlexis15) Our Information: MOVE YOUR BB Instagram Aleena's Instagram Aleena's Website Meghan's Instagram Meghan's Website Email: moveyourBB@gmail.com ---------------------------- **The information on this podcast is intended to educate and inform. It is not meant to be a substitute of advice from your physician or medical provider.
Simon Morrison is a Professor of Music at Princeton University, with an emphasis on the musical, cultural, and political histories of the Soviet Union, Russia, the United States, and France. With all that said, he's also a fan of pop music, in particular a band from the UK called Roxy Music, their lead singer Bryan Ferry. He wrote a 33 1/3 book on the band's 1982 album, Avalon. His Princeton homepage quotes him saying "I can explain why and how music matters then as now." and that's exactly what we do this week on What Difference Does It Make podcast.We are a proud member of Pantheon Podcasts.
Episode 23 of Paranormal Stories. This week the books are 'Changed in a Flash: One Woman's Near-Death Experience and Why a Scholar Thinks It Empowers Us All' by Elizabeth Krohn and Jeffrey Kripal and 'An End to Upside Down Contact: UFOs, Aliens, and Spirits—and Why Their Ongoing Interaction with Human Civilization Matters' By Mark Gober.Mark GoberAre we alone? The answer, according to Mark Gober's An End to Upside Down Contact, is a resounding NO. Humans exist among a variety of advanced species, sometimes identified as aliens, spirits, beings of light, and beyond. In fact, our civilization seems to be regularly influenced by such nonhuman intelligences, even if we're not always aware of it. Near-death experiences and other phenomena of consciousness reveal that some species exist in other dimensions that our eyes cannot ordinarily see. Similarly, UFOs and alien abductions—which were examined by the former head of psychiatry at Harvard—provide additional evidence that we are not alone. As strange as it might sound, none of this is new: contact with nonhuman intelligence is likely a part of humanity's ancient history. This isn't just some “fringe” phenomenon, either. We seem to exist within a multispecies, multidimensional battle between Good and Evil, and our future as a civilization is at stake. Buckle up for a wild—and paradigm-shifting—ride.BioMark Gober is the author of "An End to Upside Down Thinking" (2018), which was awarded the IPPY award for best science book of 2019. He is also the author of "An End to Upside Down Living" (2020), "An End to Upside Down Liberty" (2021), and "An End to Upside Down Contact" (2022); and he is the host of the podcast "Where Is My Mind?" (2019). Additionally, he serves on the board of Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell's Institute of Noetic Sciences and the School of Wholeness and Enlightenment.Previously, Gober was a partner at Sherpa Technology Group in Silicon Valley and worked as an investment banking analyst with UBS in New York. He has been named one of IAM's Strategy 300: The World's Leading Intellectual Property Strategists.Gober graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University, where he wrote an award-winning thesis on Daniel Kahneman's Nobel Prize–winning “Prospect Theory” and was elected a captain of Princeton's Division I tennis team.https://www.amazon.com/End-Upside-Down-Contact-Spirits-ebook/dp/B0B43TH5JZ/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1657892123&sr=8-1https://markgober.com/Elizabeth KrohnA fascinating first-hand account of an awakening into a psychic consciousness, paired with a revolutionary analysis by a respected professor of religion. When Elizabeth Greenfield Krohn got out of her car with her two young sons in the parking lot of her synagogue on a late afternoon in September 1988, she couldn't have anticipated she would within seconds be struck by lightning and have a near-death experience. She felt herself transported to a garden and engaging in a revelatory conversation with a spiritual being. When she recovered, her most fundamental understandings of what the world is and how it works had been completely transformed. She was “changed in a flash,” suddenly able to interact with those who had died and have prescient dreams predicting news events. She came to believe that some early traumatic and abusive experiences had played a part in preparing her for this experience. Told in matter-of-fact language, the first half of this book is the story of Krohn's journey, and the second is an interpretation and analysis by respected professor of religion Jeffrey J. Kripal. He places Krohn's experience in the context of religious traditions and proposes the groundbreaking idea that we are shaping our own experiences in the future by how we engage with near-death experiences in the present. Changed in a Flash is not about proving a story, but about carving out space for serious discussion of this phenomenon.https://www.amazon.com/Changed-Flash-Near-Death-Experience-Empowers-ebook/dp/B079D8T8BY/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1657890862&sr=1-1https://www.pastliveshypnosis.co.uk/https://www.patreon.com/alienufopodcasthttps://www.patreon.com/pastlivespodcast
This is a sneak preview of this week's installment of The Truth Report: https://thetruthreportwithchaunceydevega.libsyn.com/ep-117-america-is-in-great-pain-and-on-a-horrible-journey-and-white-racial-innocence-wil-not-save-it Eddie Glaude Jr. is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and Chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University. His publications include "Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul", "In a Shade of Blue: Pragmatism and the Politics of Black America", and his most recent, the New York Times bestseller, "Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for our Own". Professor Glaude has also written for The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and Time and is a frequent guest commentator on MSNBC. He is also the host of the new podcast “History is US”. Professor Glaude explains how American society is stuck in a state of grieving, loss, death, and pain because of the covid pandemic, neofascism, and the other unresolved and worsening existential crises facing the country. He also reflects on how Black Americans and their Blues Sensibility has gifted them with a unique insight into and capacity for surviving and triumphing over American fascism and the many related lies and myths that (White) Americans tell themselves about the country Professor Glaude warns that white racial innocence and an American culture that is infantile, immature, and in profound denial about reality will likely bring the end of the American experiment. WHERE CAN YOU FIND ME? On Twitter: https://twitter.com/chaunceydevega On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chauncey.devega My email: email@example.com HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT THE CHAUNCEY DEVEGA SHOW? Via Paypal at ChaunceyDeVega.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thechaunceydevegashow
Architect Taylor Davis joins me on this episode to talk about her specialty, aging in place in a home that you love. We talked about what it means to age in place, why designing for older adults means actually designing for everyone, some "invisible" ways that architects can help create homes that anticipate future needs, and her belief that beautiful spaces and aging in place spaces are not mutually exclusive concepts. About our guest: Taylor is the founder of TPD Architect, a residential architecture, interiors and planning firm that specializes in helping families live longer in homes they love. As an architect, Taylor is focused on thoughtful design strategies to address the unique needs of her clients, whether that involves working with a growing family or a couple downsizing for the next chapter. A mother of three, Taylor enjoys travel, especially Italy, and her tap dancing classes. She received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University, and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Virginia. She is a Councilor of the Birmingham chapter of the American Institute of Architects, is NCARB certified and recently completed her Aging in Place Certification through the National Association of Home Builders. ******************************************************************************************** Thanks so much for being with us this week. Please see the episode enhancement for this and other episodes athttps://www.talkinghomerenovations.com/ ( talkinghomerenovations.com) Do you have feedback you would like to share? Would you like to be a guest on the podcast? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org If you enjoyed this episode, please share it with your friends Don't forget to subscribe to the show and get automatic updates every Wednesday morning with the latest episode of Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven. Clickhttp://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( here) to get the episode enhancements sent directly to your inbox every week. Reviews and ratings help my show gain traction and credibility. Please leave a review here-https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218 ( https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218) Visithttps://my.captivate.fm/www.Talkinghomerenovations.com ( Talkinghomerenovations.com) for episode enhancements, containing photos and more information about the episodes as well as transcripts. There you can leave a voice message through speak pipe that could be included in a future episode. Follow me on instagram: @talkinghomerenovations Join me on Facebook: Talking Home Renovations Follow me on Twitter: @talkinghomereno Join me on TikTok: @The House Maven Talking Home Renovations with the House Maven is part of Gabl Media, the largest, most engaged AEC network on the planet. Visit http://www.gablmedia.com/ (www.Gablmedia.com) for great content. Sign up for the weekly newsletter- I send out the episode enhancements every Wednesday morning, http://eepurl.com/gFJLlT ( sign up here) Thanks to Ray Bernoff, the editor of the show.http://www.raybernoff.com/ ( www.RayBernoff.com) Music at the beginning and end of the episode is The House Maven's Jig, written and performed by Neil Pearlman, https://neilpearlman.com/ (www.neilpearlman.com) Show Cover Art by Sam Whitehttp://www.samowhite.com/ ( www.samowhite.com) This podcast is a production of dEmios Architects.http://www.demiosarchitects.com/ ( www.demiosarchitects.com)
Winning the War of Independence brought a new challenge to the American people: what sort of government should they choose for their new nation? Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, explores the problems the founders faced at this pivotal moment in history. Donate today to help keep PragerU podcasts and videos free! PragerU.com/donate
Payments for federal student loans have been paused since March 2020, and after multiple extensions, they are currently scheduled to restart on September 1, 2022. President Biden has not said whether he plans to extend the pause again, or if he has made the decision to cancel up to $10,000 of student loans for borrowers. But there's a federal program that has already promised loan forgiveness to an estimated 9 million public service workers with federal student loans. In 2007, Congress created the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, also known as the PSLF, to help incentivize people to work in the public sector. The program promised to forgive student loans for eligible employees after 120 payments over 10 years. But in reality, it rarely worked like that. In 2018, when the first wave of employees were due to qualify for forgiveness, the Department of Education reported that only around 1 percent of applications were approved. Tens of thousands of other applications were denied, mostly due to hard-to-understand requirements and administrative missteps. To try and address this problem, last October, the Department of Education announced temporary reforms that they hope will make it easier for public sector workers to have their student loans forgiven. And the Department is urging people to apply (or even re-apply) for forgiveness with this waiver, before it expires at the end of this coming October. Last week, Democratic House Representative Joe Courtney introduced a bill that would make many of the PSLF changes permanent. In the meantime, there are still some obstacles. But some people are already seeing a degree of success. For more on the PSLF, we spoke to Kat Welbeck, Director of Advocacy & Civil Rights Counsel at the Student Borrower Protection Center… and a former student of mine at Princeton University.
Eddie Glaude Jr. is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor and Chair of the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University. His publications include "Democracy in Black: How Race Still Enslaves the American Soul", "In a Shade of Blue: Pragmatism and the Politics of Black America", and his most recent, the New York Times bestseller, "Begin Again: James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for our Own". Professor Glaude has also written for The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and Time and is a frequent guest commentator on MSNBC. He is also the host of the new podcast “History is US”. Professor Glaude explains how American society is stuck in a state of grieving, loss, death, and pain because of the covid pandemic, neofascism, and the other unresolved and worsening existential crises facing the country. He also reflects on how Black Americans and their Blues Sensibility has gifted them with a unique insight into and capacity for surviving and triumphing over American fascism and the many related lies and myths that (White) Americans tell themselves about the country Professor Glaude warns that white racial innocence and an American culture that is infantile, immature, and in profound denial about reality will likely bring the end of the American experiment. WHERE CAN YOU FIND ME? On Twitter: https://twitter.com/chaunceydevega On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chauncey.devega My email: email@example.com HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT THE TRUTH REPORT? Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/TheTruthReportPodcast Via Paypal at ChaunceyDeVega.com
This week's episode features Sonali Majumdar, Ph.D., Assistant Dean for Professional Development at Princeton University. We discuss an array of issues related to career development, challenges faced by international students, and science policy, including: - Sonali's significant and successful transitions in her academic and professional journeys and what surprised her and what she wishes she'd known in hindsight. - How Sonali applies her philosophy about the Ph.D. skillset in her current leadership role at Princeton - Two of Sonali's professional passions - science communication and science policy - how she developed them and why she is so energized by them - Challenges Sonali encountered as an international Ph.D. and some ways she's handled or overcome these challenges, including relating to visa issues - Sonali's role as Assistant Dean for Professional Development within the GradFUTURES Team at Princeton University and GradFUTURES programming, some of which is available to listeners who don't attend Princeton - Sonali's thinking about the future for Ph.D.s, particularly amid COVID and the discruptive forces it accelerated and unleashed, and how academic training at the Ph.D. level can help in adjusting to new norms around work and best positioning yourself for success in this “brave new world” of work