There are a record number of abortion measures on the ballot for the November midterm elections. Voters in Vermont, California, Kentucky and Montana will decide on respective abortion measures in their states. A proposed Constitutional amendment in Kentucky would amend the state constitution to explicitly ban the right to abortion. Proposals in Vermont, California, and likely in Michigan, would have the opposite effect, enshrining abortion rights in their state constitutions. And a ballot measure in Montana would establish personhood for infants born alive after attempted abortions. We speak with Vox politics reporter, Nicole Narea, for more on the various measures.
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Welcome to episode 130 of Activist #MMT. Today's part four of a six-part series with Texas Christian University (TCU) economics professor and Cowboy Economist John Harvey. Parts four through six are also the first main interview of Activist #MMT hosted by someone other than me. Today's guest host is my own former guest, MMT researcher, Texas lawyer, and pmpecon.com author, Jonathan Wilson. (Jonathan and I spoke in episodes 106 and 107.) (A list of the audio chapters in this episode can be found at the bottom of this post. Here's a link to part one in this six-part series with John, which contains a link to all other parts. For a link to every Activist #MMT interview with John – plus the full audio of every Cowboy Economist video – go here.) This three-part interview with John and Jonathan is wide ranging and in-depth. They start by discussing the difficulties nations face managing their currencies, such as during major conflicts, natural or man-made disasters, and in the global south. They also discuss these things from the perspectives of holders of various currencies, both in and out of a country. In part two, they continue this conversation. In the second half of part two, John gives his extended thoughts on a recent critique of MMT by Drumetz and Pfister. Finally, in part three, they focus on some of the core assumptions and ideology of mainstream economists. They also discuss how some assume inflation to always caused by too much demand and too high wages, despite clear empirical evidence that it's caused by something else. You'll find links to many resources, as mentioned by John and Jonathan throughout these three parts, in the show notes. And now, onto Jonathan's conversation with John Harvey. Enjoy. Resources 2004 book by Ilene Grabel and Ha-Joon Chang: Reclaiming Development: An alternative economic policy manual 2017 book by Ilene Grabel: When Things Don't Fall Apart John Harvey, intermediate macro, 30 lectures (discusses problems with general equilibrium models) Paul Romer "post-real" paper, The Trouble with Macroeconomics and Trouble with Macroeconomics, Update - Paul Romer George DeMartino (Ilene Graebel's husband) 2013 , Professional Economic Ethics: Why Heterodox Economists Should Care Megacorp. an oligopoly by Alfred Eichner (John: somewhat outdated but still important) Steve Keen 1995 paper in Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Finance and economic breakdown: modeling Minsky's "financial instability hypothesis" 2011 post by Warren Mosler, Proposals for the Banking System Audio chapters 3:30 - Video games 7:12 - We need an MMT game 10:58 - The plan 11:31 - What happened to the ruble and domestic inflation in Russia this year? 15:02 - How does Russia manage the price of the ruble through, Gasprom, which is a privately owned bank? 17:00 - What are foreigners who held rubles before the war now doing? 19:53 - Timeline of Russian management of the ruble through the conflict 21:38 - Russian versus non-Russian holders of the ruble 23:08 - Bank of International Settlements (BIS) tri-annual survey of international transactions 26:07 - What might happen after the war? 28:11 - Strong currency as a cause versus as an effect. 33:24 - Ilene Grabel 34:21 - Decrease in price drives demand up, but not enough to drive the price back up to the original level. (No perpetual motion machine) 38:36 - Holding foreign currencies as a form of portfolio diversification. 49:57 - Should countries force others to purchase things in their home currency? 53:55 - Hierarchy of currencies, 1-5 58:59 - What is a low-value exporting country to do? 1:04:35 - The deficit can be evidence of an external desire to save 1:08:16 - Currency markets are driven by financial capital flows, not trade flows. 1:12:00 - Duplicate of introduction, with no background music (for those with sensitive ears)
It's Friday afternoon and that means a fresh episode of Oilersnation Radio has wrapped and is here to help you get through what's left of your week. On today's show, we looked at Kailer Yamamoto's new deal, the Jonathan Huberdeau contract in Calgary, and a whole lot more.To kick off this week's podcast, we got started with a look at Kailer Yamamoto's new two-year contract and whether or not it was a good deal for the team after the 41-point season he just put up. For all of us on the podcast, we were pumped to see Yamo coming back on a two-year deal but we also recognized that there was a sizeable group of Oilers fans that were hoping for a longer deal. That all said, the Oilers are now $423K over the salary cap and that means someone is likely on the way out. Who would that be? Changing gears, we looked at Jonathan Huberdeau's $84 million contract that just came down last night and whether Treliving had to overpay to make it happen. Does it even matter? Lastly, we wrapped up the podcast with another round of Ask the Idiots and Hot and Cold performers to recap the week that was See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Proposals to extend the River Fergus walkway to Clarecastle Quay are set to receive a €50,000 funding boost. The Department of Rural and Community Development funding comes less than a year after the opening of the 1.5 kilometre paved cycling and walking route from the Quin Road in Ennis to the Clareabbey roundabout. A further €121,000 has been allocated to six other recreational schemes around the county, including nearly €29,000 for a walking trail in Kilnamona and €22,000 for the development of a lakeside facility in Broadford. €21,000 has been earmarked to link cycle routes in Kilrush, €20,000 has gone towards developing a community area in Kilkishen, while projects in Ennistymon and O Briens Bridge will also receive cash injections. Clarecastle Fine Gael Councillor Paul Murphy says the community are over the moon.
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San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria talks about the city's updated climate action plan and a new proposal to increase housing. And, nearly half of women in California are rent burdened. A new report by the Gender Equity Policy Institute finds the greatest impacts on Black and Latina women, single mothers and elderly women who live alone. Then, from North County to South County, you may have noticed herds of goats in open spaces. It's not a new petting zoo: these goats are actually working to help prevent fires. Plus, San Diego County Republican Congressman Darrel Issa did not vote to certify Joe Biden's election on January 6, 2021. As Issa stands for re-election this fall, how will his stance on election fraud resonate with voters? Also, a medical student killed in rural Mexico last month is bringing attention to the dangers Mexican some medical students face from cartels. Finally, Klondike announced Wednesday that it may revisit production of the iconic Choco Taco in the near future following the strong community backlash.
The two Republicans and two Democrats on the districting and apportionment commission each presented their ideas for what the 100 state House of Representative and 50 state Senate districts should look like based on new population data.
Patricia and Christian talk to journalist Stephen Williams, writer and co-editor of “Sustainability and the New Economics”. Please help sustain this podcast! Patrons get early access to all episodes and patron-only episodes: https://www.patreon.com/MMTpodcast For an intro to MMT: Listen to our first three episodes: https://www.patreon.com/posts/41742417 And Episode 126 - Dirk Ehnts: How Banks Create Money: https://www.patreon.com/posts/62603318 All our episodes in chronological order: https://www.patreon.com/posts/43111643 Discussed in this episode: Sustainability And The New Economics: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-78795-0 Stephen Williams - “A ten-point plan for sustainable prosperity”: https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/a-ten-point-plan-for-sustainable-prosperity-,12058 Bill Mitchell's blog: http://bilbo.economicoutlook.net/blog/ To understand buffer stocks and why they're an important concept - Episode 125 - Sam Levey: Monopoly, Monopsony, And What To Do About Them: https://www.patreon.com/posts/61954971 Warren's Mosler's white paper: http://moslereconomics.com/mmt-white-paper/ Steven Hail's quick MMT explainer: https://theconversation.com/explainer-what-is-modern-monetary-theory-72095 Steven Hail's Modern Money Lab: https://modernmoneylab.org.au/ Our Job Guarantee episodes: Episode 4 - Fadhel Kaboub: What is the Job Guarantee?: https://www.patreon.com/posts/41742701 Episode 47 - Pavlina Tcherneva: Building Resilience - The Case For A Job Guarantee: https://www.patreon.com/posts/36034543 Warren Mosler's Proposals for the Treasury, the Federal Reserve, the FDIC, and the Banking System: https://neweconomicperspectives.org/2010/02/warren-moslers-proposals-for-treasury.html 350 dot org: https://350.org/ More on the Genuine Progress Indicator: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genuine_progress_indicator More on monetary operations: Episode 20 - Warren Mosler: The MMT Money Story (part 1): https://www.patreon.com/posts/28004824 Episode 126 - Dirk Ehnts: How Banks Create Money: https://www.patreon.com/posts/62603318 Episode 13 - Steven Hail: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Banking, But Were Afraid To Ask: https://www.patreon.com/posts/41790887 Episode 43 - Sam Levey: Understanding Endogenous Money: https://www.patreon.com/posts/35073683 “An Accounting Model of the UK Exchequer – 2nd edition” by Andrew Berkeley, Richard Tye & Neil Wilson: https://gimms.org.uk/2021/02/21/an-accounting-model-of-the-uk-exchequer/ Our episodes about “An Accounting Model of the UK Exchequer”: Part 1: https://www.patreon.com/posts/46352183 Part 2: https://www.patreon.com/posts/46865929 Episodes on inflation: Episode 7: Steven Hail: Inflation, Price Shocks and Other Misunderstandings: https://www.patreon.com/posts/41780508 Episode 65 - Phil Armstrong: Understanding Inflation: https://www.patreon.com/posts/40672678 Episode 104 - John T Harvey: Inflation, Stagflation & Healing The Nation: https://www.patreon.com/posts/52207835 Episode 123 - Warren Mosler: Understanding The Price Level And Inflation: https://www.patreon.com/posts/59856379 Episode 128 - L. Randall Wray & Yeva Nersisyan: What's Causing Accelerating Inflation? Pandemic Or Policy Response?: https://www.patreon.com/posts/63776558 Sign up for alerts from The Gower Initiative For Modern Money Studies about their forthcoming MMT book: https://gimms.org.uk/ A list of MMT-informed campaigns and organisations worldwide: https://www.patreon.com/posts/47900757 We are working towards full transcripts, but in the meantime, closed captions for all episodes are available on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEp_nGVTuMfBun2wiG-c0Ew/videos Transcript for opening monologue: https://www.patreon.com/posts/69831430?pr=true Cinematic Trailer Background Music by MUSIC4VIDEO: https://youtu.be/knRAM6AHcKI Show notes: https://www.patreon.com/posts/69831268?pr=true
Councillor JC Crissey and chairman of the Festival Hall Business Opportunity Committee discusses with Alan Cosh the Planning Application recently submitted to EHDC and the way forward.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
There are perhaps no proposals floating around Washington, DC today that would have more of an impact on our nation's economy than many of the "anti-trust" bills. More aptly described as anti-innovation, these proposals take aim at some of nation's most successful companies with new arbitrary regulations. Think you enjoy the experience of being an Amazon prime member, too bad - Congress wants to change it. Why? Because they don't like these companies. On today's podcast, Zach Lilly of NetChoice talks us through these proposals, their problems, and how we can fight back.
In a supersized Episode 82 of RBaseball Weekly (the weekly podcast from the baseball subreddit), Naaim and Dylan break down the news from the week, including Luis Castillo's trade to Seattle and some smaller moves, as well as the breakdown in negotiations on the international draft, and the announcement of a new baseball league that will serve the Middle East and South Asia. Then, Louis is joined by /u/gibtafssa aka Ben to discuss the Orioles' surprising season so far and what kind of moves they may be making at the deadline. Afterwards, Naaim and Dylan are joined by /u/FederalLeagueMVP aka Frak to break down some silly and fun trade proposals for some of the top trade candidates this deadline. 42:30 - What's Up with the O's? 1:05:40 - Silly/Bad Trade Deadline Proposals Listener Survey - https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfemd6o7B_Ss65_IZSvjvGM_UKP6IX2yZu-JgyN8iCdvUpDmw/viewform?usp=sf_link
CLIMATE ACTION SHOWAUGUST 1ST 2022Produced by Vivien LangfordL I V I N G W O N D E R S & MINISTER TANYA PLIBERSEK “I'm going to make a decision on any project that comes before me based on the information and the science that I have before me at the time…” Tanya Plibersek, Environment Minister . The Environment Minister's decisions this year could shape the next thousand. GuestsNgarigu woman Professor Jakelin Troy - Sydney University and Friend of The Living Wonders Project. Meet the client - Living Wonders Christine Carlisle - President of The Environment Council of Central QueenslandHelp fund a landmark climate legal intervention #beforeitsgone | Chuffed | Non-profit charity and social enterprise fundraising Hollie Kerwin - Lawyer at Environmental Justice Australia Our living wonders - Living Wonders The LIVING WONDERS website is a vault of information on the climate impact of 19 coal and gas projects. Proposals for these 19 projects are sitting on the desk of Tanya Plibersek, minister for Water and the environment.The dramatic question is HOW can she approve a new gas or coal project if she digs into this vault of living wonders and sees the climate disruptions caused by more coal and gas? A small group called The Environment Council of Central Queensland has started a legal intervention under a rarely used section of the National Environment laws, to ask Tanya Plibersek to reconsider the 19 proposals. Through their lawyers at Environmental Justice Australia they have made it easy for the minister to access scientific research, much of it paid for by the Government. Environmental Justice Australia (envirojustice.org.au)Environment Council of Central Queensland at Queensland Conservation CouncilJakelin Troy | ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions
Rape Crisis Midwest say they welcome what they describe as 'reasonable' new proposals to amend current laws surrounding consent. Miriam Duffy, who's Executive Director of Rape Crisis Midwest, is hopeful updated legislation may make the issue of consent more clear.
Discover whether or not Susquehannocks were completely immune from all other dangers after coming away victorious along Piscataway Creek. Learn where Susquehannocks established Winter Encampments come December 1675. Discover what mission Susquehannock Warriors partake in come early January 1676. Find out how big Nathaniel Bacon's Plantation was including when it first got established. Learn if Bacon had other property holdings and whether or not they were immune from Indian raid attacks. Find out whether Governor Berkeley & his advisors issued any emergency meetings at start of 1676. Get an in depth analysis behind why Governor Berkeley feared something big beyond his wildest thoughts. Discover if Berkeley was currently in midst of serving another stint as Virginia's Governor going into 1676. Learn about what Governor Berkeley brought before General Assembly on March 7, 1676 in form of security proposals. Understand political feud between Governor Berkeley & Frontier Plantation Owners including Nathaniel Bacon himself. Discover why Jordan's Point is important. Find out why Captain James Crews, William Byrd, & Henry Isham are key figures. Understand Bacon's entries into New Kent County and what they accomplished. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/support
On today's show, Aaron discusses Kansas pulling Bill Self off the recruiting market - and whether this means the Jayhawks are about to get punished by the NCAA. Also, what five-star Justin Edwards commitment means to Kentucky and a mailbag where Aaron discusses Gene Smith's 16-team playoff comments and whether Aaron is nicer to people who appear on the podcast. Here's a full rundown: Bill Self and Kansas in trouble (4:00)?: Aaron opens the show by discussing a surprising story out of Kansas. Bill Self is no longer recruiting for KU - does this mean that the NCAA hammer is coming down on the Jayhawks soon? What five-star Justin Edwards means for Kentucky (19:30): Next up, Aaron reacts to the commitment of five-star Justin Edwards to Kentucky. Aaron explains why the decision of the top five prospect is so big for UK, what impact he could have on college basketball, and also, why this could be the start of a wild recruiting month for UK. Who's next in Lexington? Torres discusses. Mailbag segment (32:15): Finally, Aaron wraps with a mailbag segment, discussing Gene Smith's 16-team College Football Playoff proposal, which college basketball programs would he "buy or sell" stock in, and answers an important question: Is he too nice to coaches who appear on his podcast? He discusses. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by sports business expert Marc Ganis to discuss the city of Chicago's last-ditch effort to keep the Bears at Soldier Field. The city unveiled Soldier Field renovation proposals Monday, but Ganis explained that there's little chance the team stays in the city.
Also in the news: 22-year-old, known for her high school basketball career, was shot and killed; It's costing motorists less to fill up now compared to 4 weeks ago; First trailer released for Emmett Till movie and more.
We are a week away from baseball's trade deadline, and Steve Carney gets into the three different aspects he feels the Rays front office should be looking to try and improve for the push toward the postseason (1:01). He then gets into the names that would be tremendous splashes if Tampa Bay was able to acquire them, including what he would be willing to offer the Washington Nationals in order to land this year's whale: outfielder Juan Soto (21:05), what pieces the rest of the American League East could be looking at for the deadline, including which team could be a surprise seller (33:00), and finally which players he would prefer seeing the Rays front office pursue (40:34). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/utorpodcast/support
Also in the news: 22-year-old, known for her high school basketball career, was shot and killed; It's costing motorists less to fill up now compared to 4 weeks ago; First trailer released for Emmett Till movie and more.
HOUR1 - Amari Cooper sounds off on Kellen Moore, the latest trade proposals from MLB and NBA and where did Dak Prescott land among quarterbacks according to the new Madden ratings
It's Friday, you know what that means... The mailbag has returned and the hosts have a ton of questions to work through! Scott and Laura design their own third jerseys for the Habs, and discuss what other sports they enjoy watching live besides hockey. Also, with the trade market being what it is right now, can Kent Hughes trade Joel Armia without retaining salary, or is it likely that the big Finn sticks around for the time being? With the Habs still his preferred destination, should Montreal be concerned about how quickly Pierre-Luc Dubois seems to lose interest in a city, and the hosts debate some listener trade thoughts, including Brendan Gallagher. Is there a market for a player like Gallagher coming off a down season, or is it wiser to keep the fan-favourite around for the rest of his contract? With there still being an open place on the Canadiens bench, who might the Canadiens hire to fill the void left by Luke Richardson? If the Canadiens didn't exist, who would be the winningest franchise in NHL history, and who would the hosts cheer for? What would make up the Laura and Scott's ultimate ice cream cones, and so much more! 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! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
TSN Baseball Insider Steve Phillips joins Game Play to tee up the second half of the Blue Jays' season. Phillips shares his thoughts on Major League players being mic'd up and what impact it could have on the game, what to expect from the Jays in the second half of their season, what a Juan Soto trade could look like and more!
On this episode of The Steve Dangle Podcast, draft busts (00:00), Matthew Tkachuk trade proposals (24:00), You Can Bet That with Sports Interaction (40:00), Ian Scott retires from professional hockey (43:00), Updates on Hockey Canada (45:00), should the President's Trophy mean more? (59:00), and which Leafs roster do you want? (1:10:00). Originally aired: July 22, 2022 Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/zITccca6rGI Visit https://sdpn.ca for merch and more. We've joined The Athletic and you can too! Hit the link to subscribe: https://theathletic.com/sdp Individuals must be 19 years of age or older to open a Sports Interaction account. Terms and Conditions apply. Any opinion expressed is not advice, a promise or suggestion that increases the chance of winning. Gambling can be addictive, please play responsibly. To learn more, visit: https://help.sportsinteraction.com/hc/en-us/articles/216779528-Responsible-Gaming-Self-Limitation-Self-Exclusion. Or if you have concerns about a gambling problem, call ConnexOntario 1-866-531-2600. Sports Interaction is subject to successful AGCO registration and execution of an Operating Agreement with iGaming Ontario. The Eligible iGames conducted and managed by iGO are only available to those physically present in the Province of Ontario. Visit this episode's sponsors: https://sportsinteraction.com/sdpn https://betterhelp.com/sdp https://magicspoon.com/sdp https://athleticgreens.com/sdp Follow us on Twitter:@Steve_Dangle, @AdamWylde, & @JesseBlake Follow us on Instagram:@SteveDangle, @AdamWylde, & @Jesse.Blake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The NCAA is considering ending the one-time transfer waiver in favor of student-athletes being allowed to transfer as many times as they would like within their years of eligibility, while being granted immediate eligibility. This news is pending a vote, which will happen in August. Host Isaac Schade is not thrilled with the news and unpacks his thoughts on it. The NCAA is also considering adding transfer portal open windows during which student-athletes would be able to declare their intentions to transfer. Under the proposal, each sport season (fall, winter, spring) would have a specific 60-day during which student-athletes could enter the transfer portal. For winter and spring sports, this will be the 60 days immediately following that specific sports' championship selection announcement. For fall sports, it will be the 45 days immediately following the championship selection announcement plus May 1-15. North Carolina's men's basketball team returns the main core of their 2021-22 roster intact, bringing back starters RJ Davis, Caleb Love, Leaky Black, and Armando Bacot, along with reserves Puff Johnson, Dontrez Styles, D'Marco Dunn, and Justin McKoy. ESPN's Jeff Borzello ranked the Tar Heels 4th on his list of national roster retention heading into the 2022-23 season. Coach Hubert Davis and his staff did a great job re-recruiting the team. Follow the show: Locked On Tar Heels (YouTube) Locked On Tar Heels (LinkTree) Locked On Tar Heels (Twitter) Isaac Schade (Twitter) Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at Linkedin.com/lockedoncollege Terms and conditions apply. 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! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Being half-way through the baseball season, Salk asks for nominations ahead of tomorrow's "Mid-Season Awards" show tomorrow and Salk tells us about his ESPY's experience. We discuss Jeff Passan's proposed trade for Soto and why we would do it before talking with new host of Good Morning Football Jamie Erdhal before the show starts Monday. Salk shares Brock's top 6 most important Seahawks players from their podcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It has been a sedate offseason for the Nashville Predators besides the re-signing of Filip Forsberg and a few smaller piece acquisitions. On today's Locked On Predators episode, Nick and Ann put on their general manager hats and lay out their trade proposals for three major players that could fill Nashville's biggest need. We take a look at what Nashville might be willing to part with to get J.T. Miller from a cap strapped Vancouver Canucks team. Columbus Blue Jackets made a big splash by signing Johnny Gaudreau, but does that mean the Predators might be able to work out a central division deal for Patrik Laine? We debate whether a Laine deal could actually make the Predators better considering what it might cost them. Finally, we shoot for the fences and put together our own aggressive packages for Calgary's Matthew Tkachuk. It would take a lot to convince the Flames that parting with Tkachuk is worth it, but would the Predators end up leveraging their future for a chance at this "big fish" now? Tell us how you think our trade proposals look - and let us know what you would be willing to trade to get Miller, Laine, or Tkachuk to Smashville! BetOnline Today's Episode is brought to you by BetOnline. BetOnline 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. Sponsor Show Notes 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! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After some time off we get back into our groove. We discuss summer league and what's the pros/cons and who needs to be out there and for how long. Kevin Durant and Deandre Ayton have unique situations going into NBA Free Agency. Durant with 4 years left on his contract demanding a trade is not a good look for the league. We give options on ways to limit this (shout out White Bread). Deandre Ayton may be on the suns roster with a new contract...but we don't think that will last long. The real BG and Brittney Griner have their cases not go in their favor. Finally we break down our favorite hoopers in moveis/tv. #nola #nbadraft #nbasummerleague #freeagency #nba #pacers #suns #knicks #wnba #allstar #lebronjames #drewleague #kevindurant #deandreayton #anthonydavis #kyrieirving #bg #brittneygriner #top5 #taylorscomb #beauxbiotics #podcast #spotifypodcast #applepodcast #fyp https://www.trophyzandmedalz.com https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj3oOAFifwN0gn8jyUQXPcw https://fnx.grsm.io/Trophyzandmedalspodcast https://anchor.fm/demarius3 https://open.spotify.com/show/7IymYztO1PjWstofOUHahn https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/trophyz-medals-podcast/id1477131333 https://overcast.fm/itunes1477131333/trophyz-medals-podcast https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-trophyz-medalz-podcast-72283152/ https://taylors-comb-llc.myshopify.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/demarius3/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/demarius3/support
Hey shade lovers x New week, new episode! We're gisting about the super heatwave that's hit the UK streets, cheeky service providers who are running off bad vibes and no passion, declining bridesmaids invitations (is it that deep?), #LoveIsland catch-up & more... Hope you enjoy the conversations, let us know your thoughts by tagging us on socials or dropping us a message @NoShadePod on twitter & insta x Love, No Shade Duo x Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Kris West, Principal Engineer at Cosaic, and Lead Maintainer for the FDC3 Project to talk about the release of FDC3 v2.0, Kris' role as a maintainer, and the "why" on changing a standard like FDC3. Kris' OSFF Talk - July 13 London: https://sched.co/12VZB LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kriswest/ Cosaic: https://www.linkedin.com/company/chartiq/ FDC3: https://fdc3.finos.org/ OSFF REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR LONDON (13 JULY 22) (FINOS Members attend for FREEEEEE.... - firstname.lastname@example.org for more details) Open Source in Finance Forum London - https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-finance-forum/ OSFF New York Call for Proposals - https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-finance-forum-new-york/program/cfp/ Grizz's Info | https://www.linkedin.com/in/aarongriswold/ | email@example.com ►► Visit FINOS www.finos.org ►► Get In Touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
We crammed lots in for a Thursday starting with some stolen bourbon, then in Group Therapy she found out her husband sent a coworker flowers to cheer her up and is upset, we play Little Kid or Drunk Adult for Iliza comedy tickets, and in TBT we dig in to the BK vault for a hidden GEM!!!
This week on Upzoned with Abby Kinney, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) makes her co-host, Strong Towns President Charles Marohn, almost want to start swearing. For many years now, TxDOT has studied the feasibility of removing Interstate 345, which is a 1.7-mile segment of elevated highway that dissects downtown Dallas in Deep Ellum. Proposals to make the downtown stronger and more productive by creating a boulevard have been in the works for almost a decade, supported by prominent urban planners such as Patrick Kennedy. Then last month, the agency released their official conclusion that removing the highway is unfeasible. Instead, TxDOT now recommends tearing down the elevated freeway and rebuilding it in a 65-foot-deep trench that will contain 10 travel lanes and cost more than a billion dollars. An article by Matt Goodman in D Magazine outlines the agency's proposal to bridge local streets over that trench to reconnect the neighborhoods, instead of creating a boulevard to distribute traffic and create neighborhood streets that build wealth in a people-centered design. If this hybrid approach moves forward, it seems to send a pretty clear message that highway capacity and maintaining commute times are the central priority of the Dallas Metro, not reconnecting neighborhoods or improving the downtown neighborhood quality of life. Urban planners Kennedy and Brandon Hancock first pitched the idea of tearing I-345 out, which would free up land the city could re-zone to create a mix of housing, office, and retail. The D Magazine article says TxDOT estimated in 2016 that removal would generate about $2.5 billion in new net value, a “significant increase in employment totals,” and an additional $67.4 million in property tax revenue over 30 years. “This is the quintessential situation where a Strong Towns approach … says this is a corridor for building wealth and capacity in the community (with an) investment that would be lower cost, the payoff would be way higher,” Marohn says. “And that whole mindset is trumped by this delusion that we are going to try to move vehicles quickly. And that somehow the city of Dallas itself is going to benefit more from a marginal, theoretical increase in traffic counts, than it will from billions of dollars of private sector investments.” So what happened? That's where we almost lose our tempers here at Strong Towns. Find out more on this episode of Upzoned. Additional Show Notes “Dallas City Council Members Walk Back Promise to Remove I-345,” by Matt Goodman, D Magazine (June 2022). Abby Kinney (Twitter) Charles Marohn (Twitter) Theme Music by Kemet the Phantom.
In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Ana Jiménez Santamaría, OSPO Program Manager at the TODO Group to talk about her OSFF talk: "OSPOs in Finance: Ways to Overcome Industry Barriers to Accelerate OS Adoption". Plus, we talk about what an Open Source Program Office (OSPO) is, some benefits, and where we think the future might lead for OSPOs in financial services. Ana's OSFF Talk - July 13 London: https://sched.co/12VYz LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ana-jim%C3%A9nez-santamar%C3%ADa/ TODO Group: https://todogroup.org/ OSPO Survey: https://www.research.net/r/X5ZL86H OSFF REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR LONDON (13 JULY 22) (FINOS Members attend for FREEEEEE.... - email@example.com for more details) Open Source in Finance Forum London - https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-finance-forum/ OSFF New York Call for Proposals - https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-finance-forum-new-york/program/cfp/ Grizz's Info | https://www.linkedin.com/in/aarongriswold/ | firstname.lastname@example.org ►► Visit FINOS www.finos.org ►► Get In Touch: email@example.com
Louise Dentice is Head of Bids and Proposals at chapmanbdsp and is also the Research and Resources Lead on the Women in Bids and Proposals (WIBAP) committee. An APMP Global Top 40 award recipient, Louise holds APMP practitioner certification and APM (project management certification), in addition to business, marketing and design tertiary qualifications. Louise has been working in dedicated bids and proposals positions for 11 years, with a further ten years in marketing positions prior to that. Her bid track record has been gained in the built environment sector, working with project management, contractor and engineering firms. Projects secured include international, large scale, high profile developments, through to niche, boutique schemes across the spectrum of client sectors. Louise is from Aotearoa, New Zealand and has been based in London for nearly 12 years. Alongside her bid career, Louise is a sculptor, regularly exhibiting internationally, with a recent exhibition in Tokyo, Japan and an upcoming show in Birmingham, UK. Topic:After I was a guest on the Scribble Talk Podcast earlier in the year, I had a lot of interest and questions around what I termed my ‘parallel' careers – Bids and Art – and how I managed success in these pathways, amongst my other commitments. I realized that I employ several key strategies to manage competing priorities and to keep balls moving across my employment as Head of Bids, my art career, the various committees I sit on (WIBAP, British Art Medal Society, Medal Artists of New Zealand), my personal / social life – oh and the house renovation! Key strategies include: The Daily ‘Stand up', the ‘flex and swing' attitude, chunking time, quick wins, managing expectations, "the answer is yes, if". I understand my own personal drivers - I am deadline driven and I have a ‘finisher' mind set - I play to these. It's all about priority management, expectation management, understanding what level of input is required and when, to achieve personal and professional goals. Short Description Previously Shared Regarding The Topic: The act of balance, competing priorities, how to keep balls moving, with some key pointers of what works for me - the flex, chunking time, quick wins, 2 min tasks, managing expectations, "the answer is yes, if". I can bring it back to the demands of the job and the complex nature of the bids we work on in my sector, the quick turnaround, and the techniques I have put in place to manage those. It's priority management, expectation management, understanding what input is required when to achieve personal and professional goals (there is definitely going to be a better way to coin that!). Support the show
In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Nava Levy, AI/ML Developer Advocate at Redis to talk about her OSFF talk: "The Challenges of Deploying Real-time AI for Finance and how Open Source can help". Plus, we talk about artificial intelligence and machine learning and deep learning, how it can apply to finance, and how open source has a place in all of this.. Nava's OSFF Talk - July 13 London: https://sched.co/12VZK LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nava1/ Redis: https://www.linkedin.com/company/redisinc/ OSFF REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR LONDON (13 JULY 22) (FINOS Members attend for FREEEEEE.... - firstname.lastname@example.org for more details) Open Source in Finance Forum London - https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-finance-forum/ OSFF New York Call for Proposals - https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-finance-forum-new-york/program/cfp/ Grizz's Info | https://www.linkedin.com/in/aarongriswold/ | email@example.com ►► Visit FINOS www.finos.org ►► Get In Touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul shares tips to get you out of the buyer's email in-box and back in front of them for in-person presentations. Show Notes Explain that there are elements of your proposal that you need to walk through in person. Ask the buyer to consider how many phone calls, emails, and voicemails it takes to replace one in-person meeting. Emphasize the importance and complexity of the decision they are making. Offer to bring in your tech experts and your high-level personnel to build perceived value into your in-person presentation. The best way to get rid of an old expectation is to set a new one. Visit www.ToughTimer.com to get started on the 30-Day Tough-Timer Challenge! Order your copy of Selling Through Tough Times from Amazon or Barnes & Noble! Click here to purchase the latest edition of Value-Added Selling! *** Thank you for tuning in. Our show is updated weekly with the questions you ask. So, please go to the home page to ask the question that you want answered. Thank you to our production team at The Creative Impostor Studios. Be sure to follow our show in your favorite podcast app and share this episode with a colleague or friend. And most importantly...make it a big day.
A new week is here and that means the gang from the Real Life Podcast is back with a brand new episode to help you get through what's left of your Monday. On today's podcast, the guys looked at the Ivan Fedotov situation in Russia, the NHL Entry Draft, the Oilers' goaltending situation, and a whole lot more.To kick things off, the guys got the podcast started with a look at Ivan Fedotov and how the goaltender was arrested in Russia after leaving SKA Moscow and allegedly skipping out on his military service. Yet, despite the reasoning for his arrest, the story is taking on a life of its own as more details trickle out about what's going on and the story is mindboggling, to say the least. Getting back to the Oilers, the guys looked at the team's goaltending situation and whether or not Jack Campbell would be a decent UFA solution. Would Campbell be enough of an upgrade? Is there a better option out there? Changing gears, Baggedmilk and Jay talked about the Zhou Guanyu crash from this past weekend at the British Grand Prix and how it's a miracle that he was able to walk away uninjured. Back to the Oilers, the guys wrapped up the Monday episode of Real Life with a look ahead at the NHL Entry Draft and whether this will be the opportunity for Ken Holland to start checking things off his off-season to-do list. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Visit http://JohnBlakeAudio.com to Learn How to DOUBLE Your Enquiry-to-Sale Conversion with The Lead Flow You Already Have. In episode 159, we are going to talk about the advantages of presenting your proposal, quote, or fee to a potential client, instead of just emailing it. If you just send your proposal via email, it can often end up in the spam folder, can easily be ignored, or the potential client will open it and click straight through to the price. What can you do to avoid this? Well, there are some other ways to get things started with a potential client. The first thing to understand here is that there is so much to be gained from actually making time to go through your fee outline with somebody in person, these days in person can be on Zoom, it can simply be giving them a call. Giving them a call and giving them the heads up that you're just about to send them their outline makes an enormous difference. It reduces dramatically the chances of your email ending up in the trash bin. But, if you can schedule a Zoom call, meet in person, or somehow get to talk to them you are going to have more resources to approach them. Why? Because you can show them the outline, go through each of the different points that must be taken care of, have a constant dialogue where you can calibrate as you go, and stay focused on providing value and providing solutions. This is a huge strategic advantage because you are going to be building value by going through all the different points and all the amazing things you can do for them instead of having them look at the price and skipping all the information. A conversation with them also allows you to sense if there is something that they're not happy about or that they want to know more about. That's why it is important to be there, to listen, and to observe carefully. This is just the beginning. In this episode, I'm sharing with you the seven strategic advantages of presenting your proposal to a prospective client rather than just emailing it. Listen to this episode to know all the great things that can be done just by having an actual conversation with your potential clients, I know you will understand why it is so important to not rely only on emails to present your quote and learn to prioritise what's relevant for them. To DOUBLE your lead-to-sale CONVERSION with the leads you already have, go to http://JohnBlakeAudio.com for his exclusive, free, no-fluff, audio training and companion PDF guide. Inside you'll get word-for-word email follow-up templates, phone scripts, and more that you can put to use today.
Hoy es viernes, 1 de julio de 2022, y se ha publicado el capítulo 209 de Weekly, en el que voy a hablar de más y más graves problemas que tiene el MacBook Pro 13 M2. A continuación abro los micrófonos para que Rocío, mi mujer, nos cuente cómo se le ha viralizado un tweet, mucho más allá de lo que yo haya conseguido nunca. Seguiré hablando de la actualización de PDF Expert para Mac a la versión 3, que trae cambio de modelo de negocio. Os contaré mi experiencia con Proposals en Fantastical, para proponer diferentes horas para una cita. Tengo que contaros también un triste fracaso domótico y el misterio tras las siglas ATC en las estadísticas de escuchas de Emilcar Daily. Para escuchar este capítulo de Weekly, todos los anteriores y futuros, y disfrutar de nuestra comunidad en Discord y los contenidos adicionales en vídeo, suscríbete ya en https://emilcar.fm/weekly
In This Episode, We Talk About: Defining and applying missional hermeneutics to Biblical text. Four approaches to read and interpret the scripture missionally, including their advantages and limitations. How to live faithfully to God and get closer to the universal aspects of scripture. Resources & Links: Proposals for a Missional Hermeneutic by GR Hunberger Reading the Bible Missionally by Michael W. Goheen Follow Mission ONE on Instagram | @partnerwithmissionone Learn more on mission1.org Show Notes: How can we use hermeneutics to see the Bible through new eyes? Today, we are analyzing GR Hunsberger's Proposals for a Missional Hermeneutic article in order to fully explore four different approaches to interpreting the Bible missionally. We'll apply these four aspects to a missional reading of scripture as we weigh their individual advantages and disadvantages. What is the difference between interpreting text with missional direction and missional purpose? How does culture and location affect missional hermeneutics? Why is it important to have conversations like these, and what do they achieve? Our goal this episode is to bring you one step closer to missions & missional theology, to the authority of scripture, and to the word of God! Join us in finding different ways to read and enjoy the Bible! 00:00 What are four different approaches to interpreting the Bible missionally? 02:00 How did you interpret the article? 04:30 Defining missional hermeneutics to distinguish “mission” and “missions”. 08:00 Can mission be considered an attribute of God? Why or why not? 12:35 Are Hunsberger's four hermeneutical approaches sequential? 14:00 How can we use missional direction to interpret the Bible missionally? 17:20 What are the advantages of missio Dei language? 19:20 What is the power of the story? 23:05 How can we read scripture with missional purpose? 26:25 Does this perspective keep us at a self-help level? 28:20 Analyzing the link between missional purpose and missional story. 31:35 How is the Bible interpreted with cultural context? 35:00 Does this give people permission to ask non-interpretive questions outside of their community? 37:00 What is the effect of community, culture, and location on Biblical interpretation? 39:45 What is limiting about localizing interpretation? 43:40 How does the Bible engage culture? 46:25 What is the difference between this approach and the first approach? 49:50 How does having various perspectives and interpretations bring us closer to the universal demands of scripture? 51:45 Why do conversations like these help us in missions? 53:35 How does this conversation reinforce the authority of scripture relative to the mission of the church? 55:15 What book do we recommend for more missional hermeneutics?
One of the most important ways to preserve your value is to not give them away. Creating a proposal is hard work, so don't hand them out for free. In this episode of the No BS Sales School podcast, Walker talks about being skeptical of your customers to avoid getting tricked into doing free work. HIGHLIGHTSNever give out a free proposal Be aware of your buyer's decision making processYou can't differentiate with your product or service 5 questions to ask before handing out your informationQUOTESWalker: "It's not the questions that matter. It's what you are trying to learn."Walker: "I go back to the idea that your prospect doesn't know how to buy from you. Even if they've been buying your stuff from you or somebody else for a long time, they don't know how to buy. They'll always go back to their process." Walker: "We need to be more skeptical. Hold on to your pricing. Hold on to your information. That's your leverage. As soon as you give that away, you got nothing."Where to find Walker:LinkedInTwitterInstagramFree training coursewww.walkermckay.com