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Battles With Bits of Rubber
#85 - Bill Corso

Battles With Bits of Rubber

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 112:47


"Bill, there's a scene where The Blob attacks a woman who's in a 'phone booth and it covers the 'phone booth, it crushes the 'phone booth and here and then it goes on the sidewalk and goes into a gutter and disappears into this sewer." I'm just looking at him and I go…"Okay." And he says "Figure out how to do that scene!" I was, like "Well, what IS The Blob?" He goes "I don't know…you come up with something. Come up with 5 things and I'll pick one." That was it. That was my first day Bill who? Pardon our manners. We're talking about Emmy and Academy Award winner, Bill Corso, makeup designer extraordinaire, whose credit list is mind-boggling. We talk about respect and the future of our industry, which is mainly what this episode is about. There are full-on makeups being done digitally now, but they're being done by people who are not makeup artists. Bill's push is that more makeup people do get involved. Rarely is the makeup department consulted when digital modifications are employed which affect makeup so Bill has taken the step of formulating the Digital Makeup Group to address the absence of the makeup artist in the digital process. This is a great episode for those looking to get into the industry! Many thanks as always for your time checking the stuff out. You can email us direct at stuartandtodd@gmail.com or leave us a voice message directly on our site. -Stuart & Todd

HeroicStories
Why I Rarely Panic

HeroicStories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 7:23


I have a fairly laid-back style, but I feel it's with good reason. So much of we hear about just isn't panic-worthy, even if news reports make it seem like it is. Why I Rarely Panic from Ask Leo!. Get the Confident Computing weekly newsletter: https://newsletter.askleo.com

Christian Life Coaching for weight loss
A self coaching demonstration. Coaching IN THE SPIRIT; with God...even in weight loss!

Christian Life Coaching for weight loss

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 25:58


A self coaching demonstration. Coaching IN THE SPIRIT; with God...even in weight loss! In this episode of the Podcast, "Even in weight loss with Sherrie Kapala," I am sharing a REAL behind the scenes look at how I coach myself, "In the spirit" if you will. When I have a problem, I take it to God. RARELY do I take anything to other people. And when I do go to God; I leverage what I've learned as a Christian Life Coach to talk to God and uncover HIS WILL and HIS GUIDANCE over my situation. If you're looking for more guidance ON YOUR WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY, I would encourage you to not only listen to this episode, but grab a copy of my book on Amazon. It's Called, "The Seeker's Method for Weight loss workbook". https://a.co/d/bvw2YzA Subscribe to my podcast, "Even in weight loss with Sherrie Kapala" wherever you listen to podcasts. https://anchor.fm/sherrie-kapala/episodes/How-to-overcome-NOT-FEELING-LIKE-IT-e1carkd Here's my website to learn more about working with me: https://www.sherriekapala.com

Secure Freedom Minute
Team B III's Second Opinion - ”The CCP is at War with America”

Secure Freedom Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 1:01


This is Frank Gaffney with the Secure Freedom Minute. When you get a problematic diagnosis of a problem – particularly, one with potential life-and-death repercussions, it's a good idea to get a second opinion. Rarely has that been more true than with respect to the Chinese Communist Party's unrestricted warfare against America. Fortunately, a team of distinguished national security professionals sponsored by our Center for Security Policy is today disputing the U.S. government's party-line on the virus that triggered the COVID-19 pandemic. This “Team B III” found that this coronavirus likely came from a Chinese biological weapons laboratory and the CCP's deliberate efforts to spread it outside China mean the pandemic was a biological attack. As such, it fits the PRC's longstanding doctrine, plans and growing capabilities for such asymmetric, and unrestricted, warfare against us. Catch the Team's important webinar at 1:00 p.m. ET today by registering at PresentDangerChina.org. This is Frank Gaffney.

The String
Robert Earl Keen plus S.G. Goodman

The String

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 58:54


Episode 213: Rarely do artists retire in their prime, but that's what Texas songwriter Robert Earl Keen is doing. In January, he announced to the surprise of his many fans that he'd play 2022 into September and then wrap up his road career with a final show in Helotes TX, a favorite venue. He's 66 years old and very much in fighting shape. But he's got other things he wants to do. He's planning to write songs, get more focused on his excellent podcast and pursue what he feels like. He's not ruling out shows in the future, but he sounds pretty determined in the interview ahead not to return to a tour bus. Also, a visit with Kentucky indie roots rocker S.G. Goodman. 

Buzzn The Tower
Stranger Things 80s Edition

Buzzn The Tower

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 59:20


Rarely does someone create a television show that is relevant, entertaining, and dripping with nostalgia from four decades earlier. The Duffer brothers have managed to wake John Hughes from the dead, mix him with Spielberg, throw a dash of McTiernan in there, and serve us four seasons of the single best tv series out there! So of course when we see perfection our first instinct…recast it! Today on Buzzn The tower, we'll take our favorite characters from our favorite show, Stranger Things, an and recast them with actors and actresses from the 1980s. I'm Mo Shapiro and joining me as always, the number 1 to my number 11, Max Sanders. And with that...

Millennials Are Killing Capitalism
“I Started Thinking Of The United States As A Weapons Company” - Matt Deitsch On Violence And Critical Reflections And Lessons From Parkland

Millennials Are Killing Capitalism

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 129:32


In this episode we interview Matt Deitsch, artist, journalist, organizer and former founder and director of March For Our Lives.  This episode is a bit different from many of ours. Rarely have we engaged with the politics of gun control, or with an area so tightly situated and controlled within the arena of electoral politics and non profit organizing. But we felt that interviewing Matt offered a unique opportunity to examine the politics of gun control in the so-called United States, and the relationship between movements against gun violence and mass shooters and the Democratic Party, their think tanks, well funded non profit organizations and the ruling class.  Matt presents a specifically interesting perspective, as someone who was activated by the devastating gun violence in Parkland Florida, and politicized through the organizing efforts they and others undertook through their organization March For Our Lives. Also as someone who provides a highly critical reflection around the work they and others undertook in relation to that movement, but who also believes they learned valuable lessons for mass organizing. Along other things Matt talks about organizing as youth, the strengths, limitations and contradictions of that, discusses moments of dialogue with other organizers and youth, particularly ones from different class and racial backgrounds and how these relationships and discussions altered their own political viewpoint around the scope of issues of violence. As someone who has spent much of the last 4 years deeply involved in electoral organizing, Matt cautions against the amount of energy put into it and highlights some of the forces most invested in that use of organizer time and effort. Ultimately Matt argues for the essential work of political education, of building power outside of the electoral arena, and holding a political horizon based in anti-imperialism, abolition, and socialism. They draw out linkages of different forms of violence and highlights the bipartisan influence of the police state and the military industrial complex on the politics of gun control reform as an antidote to violence, within the politics of either dominant party. Just as a note, this episode was recorded prior to the new bipartisan gun legislation or the court's recent decision around concealed carry restrictions, which would likely have had minimal impact on the discussion. It was also recorded before the courts officially gutted Roe. But there are many cautionary perspectives and suggested approaches that we think warrant consideration and are relevant to a new generation of people hopefully pushed into action by the violence of all aspects of the US state. Lastly just want to thank all of our patrons for your support. These are difficult times for everyone with rising costs, and our show is totally dependent upon your support. So if you like what we do and want to contribute to our work please become a patron at patreon.com/millennialsarekillingcapitalism

Gaming History 101
Who's Your Daddy

Gaming History 101

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 140:08


We know, cheesy joke, but we had to! Rarely do you get a combo Father's Day ep and Darth Vader in an active TV series at the same time. 00:00 - Father's Day 47:30 - Capcom/Square Enix Announcements 1:16:00 - PS4 1:22:30 - Fight Night Champion 1:29:30 - Fuzion Pro 2 Controller 1:47:40 - TMNT Shredder's Revenge 2:03:10 - The Quarry

Video Game Purists
Who's Your Daddy

Video Game Purists

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 140:08


We know, cheesy joke, but we had to! Rarely do you get a combo Father's Day ep and Darth Vader in an active TV series at the same time. 00:00 - Father's Day 47:30 - Capcom/Square Enix Announcements 1:16:00 - PS4 1:22:30 - Fight Night Champion 1:29:30 - Fuzion Pro 2 Controller 1:47:40 - TMNT Shredder's Revenge 2:03:10 - The Quarry

Politics, Culture and some other shit Podcast
Politics, Culture... and Mick Lynch, Tory eviscerator.

Politics, Culture and some other shit Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 88:45


Watching the boss of the RMT union in Britain rip tories and their water carriers a new one this past couple of days has been a joy. Rarely do we see someone take no nonsense from tories and media heads like Mick has done. Lets go over it. A moment of joy for socialists. Patreon https://www.patreon.com/politicscultureandsomeothershit

The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive
Radio Madagasikara (Interval Signal): February 18, 1997

The Shortwave Radio Audio Archive

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Dan Greenall, who shares the following recording and notes:Rarely logged here, the interval signal from Radio Madagasikara broadcasting from the island of Madagascar, as heard in Thamesford, Ontario, Canada on February 18, 1997 at sign on around 0258 hours UTC on 5010 kHz shortwave. Their national anthem is played followed by announcements which are of unfortunately low modulation. The receiver used was a Panasonic RF-3100 portable and a longwire antenna.Broadcaster: Radio MadagasikaraDate of recording: 2/18/1997Starting time: 0258Frequency: 5.010 MHzReception location: Thamesford, Ontario, CanadaReceiver and antenna: Panasonic RF-3100 and longwire antenna

Grant Writing & Funding
Ep. 224: Do Not Use These Words In Your Grant Proposals

Grant Writing & Funding

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 12:21


Do Not Use These Words In Your Grant Proposals There are certain words and things that you should NOT include in your grant proposals! I often teach about what to DO in your grant writing (such as in the Grant Writer Master Course), but I haven't really said, “Don't do this!” Therefore, this episode is dedicated to what NOT to do in your grant writing. #1 Don't Use Ambiguous Language #2: Don't Use the Word Very or Rarely #3 Don't Use Emotional Language #4 Don't Use Poetic Language #5 Don't Use Academic Language #6 Don't Use Too Much Scientific Language There you have it! Those are some tips on what NOT to do when writing grant proposals! For more information: https://www.grantwritingandfunding.com/224 ------------------------------------------------------ ✨

Beyond the Present Podcast
#167 - Immigration: In Conversation With Tugrul Guner

Beyond the Present Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 38:17


In this episode of the BTP Podcast, Pouya speaks with Tugrul Guner, a Physicist by training and Machine Learning Engineer by trade. Enjoy!   Tugrul's Social:  Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tugrul_Guner LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tugrulguner/   Pouya's Social: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pouyalj/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/pouyalj LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pouyalajevardi/   Episode Transcript... ----more----   SUMMARY KEYWORDS people, immigrating, bureaucracy, courage, permanent residency, talent, immigration, canada, focus, country, entrepreneurship, build, challenges, life, permit, lots, emigrate, mentioned, apply, agree SPEAKERS Pouya LJ, Tugrul   Pouya LJ  00:00 Well hello, and welcome back yet again to yet another episode of The BTP podcast, ladies and gentlemen, I hope you're doing fabulous. We're back with total as per our previous episode. And we're going to talk about some cool stuff today, next few days and so forth and so on. It's going to be a few days of few episodes of lots of goodies around. So welcome back to rule out doing   Tugrul  00:44 good and good. Now in better,   Pouya LJ  00:47 whatever. That's great to hear. Not bad. It was a good day. Very productive. Lots of work to do, though. And now whether it was nice, so it for walk that was that was also good.   Tugrul  01:00 It's a bit dark, though. Yeah, it's getting dark again.   Pouya LJ  01:04 We're recording this at 9pm, which is good. Yeah. So so how are you doing? Overall, life is good. Life is treating you well.   Tugrul  01:13 Here are some work, work work with the Friday. So we are celebrating Happy Friday. Yay. But not today. Of course, unfortunately. Looking forward. Yeah. Yes, exactly. So then we look forward to Monday. Yes. And so to celebrate Happy Monday.   Pouya LJ  01:34 That's right. All right. So today, we're going to talk about a little bit about tooth topics, which kind of go I guess, hand in hand, at least in your story. And that is about initially about immigration as a whole. I mean, of course, you can share your personal story, but then immigration as a whole, what are the Will you will you advise it on others? Will you tell others to emigrate? Let's start there. So what are your thoughts on immigration? I then to break the ice a little bit to give the audience a little bit of a background. So the reason we're talking about immigration is because the way I personally looked at immigration is immigration is basically an uprooting of your life. So you have to, first of all have the courage to leave so many things behind in and I kind of look at it the Vikings way, if you will, I look at it as going after something different, something more something better, something different, I think the different borders the key. And for the upper. Hello, of course. Exactly, exactly. So that's how I look at immigration, I feel like it's because you're just seeking more opportunities, a different opportunity. The broad level, but what are your thoughts as a whole? And will you suggest it to others? Should they be in a position to be debating it?   Tugrul  03:07 Yeah, of course, I agree. I mean, it depends on where you're where you're immigrating to. Right. So so when you're living so many stuff behind the like, your parents, your I mean, whatever, like you, you're just leaving your friends. Not only like a friends and friends may maybe you're living some thing that you love, I mean, your books, I mean, your car, you never know. I mean, who knows? Right? So you're leaving them for to build a better feature. Right? Other than that, like, there is no point or, or, or you somebody or something like somehow you should be forced to do that. I'm not considering that this. That's a whole another story. So I mean, I don't I can't say anything about it. If you're forced to emigrate, this something is not an option for you, but is an option. If you're immigrating. The whole idea is to go somewhere, that you think that you're gonna You can live better, with a better life, better conditions, anything like for example, in our side, like, we don't have kids, but if you want to have kids, we want our kids to live in a place that they can be happy. They can live like they supposed to. Not like like I mean, not should they shouldn't work on the like heart conditions or they they should they like they can work and work and work but at the end if they can't get anything, and they're still like at the level of being poor and starving. So that was the point that mean so so many countries are on there, like people day and night are working. But at the end of the day, they can just live serving for not to die to survive. They're just surviving. I mean, this is unacceptable because I mean, we are living this life once and just surviving it, we are not Indonesia, we are just not just trying to build something for our kids, because we have the complexity we have that civilization, the the, like, we evolved, we, we have this complexity. And so I agree with you at that point. So we just with K, we came to Canada for the purpose to like to live a better life to, to, like, make our dreams come true. Like I have lots of dreams, and I want to make them real here. And I know that this country allows me to do so. As long as I have like, like a vote permit permanent residency or like, of course, the citizenship. Something. authorization of this. Yeah. Oh, yeah. But it is hard. It is hard. Not this this. Not everybody can do it. I mean, I know I am thinking in my parents shoes, like, they complain all the time. But they don't have that courage to leave everything and go somewhere else. Especially like, because of the language barrier, of course. Right, right. Yeah, but I'm not sure if my parents know how to speak English, for example, I'm still not sure they can leave everything behind and go somewhere to speak English. But this is the first step. This is the first thing the language barrier.   Pouya LJ  06:45 And this provides an excuse,   Tugrul  06:47 yes, oh, who is gonna like who's gonna learn at this age? I mean, people are, some people can graduate from university. Sure. 70 years old. But it depends from person to person, of course, is called a comfort zone, of course, your book for your parents, they happy. So anyway, so. But it's also full of challenges immigrating to somewhere like, okay, let's say that you already can speak a language of the country that you're immigrating. Let's keep that part. Let's say that we all know that language, for example, hear English. Then the next thing, the next challenge is the culture, of course. So you're coming from a culture, mostly a different culture, some common things, of course, but some different things, it can sometimes get hard to use it. Learn it, of course. I mean, you should find a way to learn it, you should find a way to have some friends. It is also a challenge to like to meet people, because I'm not talking about being young. I'm talking about like me that I emigrated here, like around 30 years old. So you know that right? Like, if you get older, it is becomes harder to find friends or like, have close friends. I mean, you you become picky.   Pouya LJ  08:17 And you don't you don't get those opportunities. As often. For example, if you come at the university level or high school level or even earlier, then you get to, you know, build those relationships in school and university and so forth. So, so that would be different. You're right, yeah. Okay.   Tugrul  08:33 Yeah, I mean, also, you need yours. They came as a postdoc here, like I had a, like, we have people in the group like PhDs, master's students, okay, at the school, you're called, like having, like a nice conversations with you, you're enjoying the talk, etc. But when the day is over, or everybody goes to home, and you don't go out, even on like weekends, I don't remember that I call or somebody called me to Let's go here. Like, just happened. Rarely. Yeah, I mean, I don't know maybe I didn't call or they didn't call because we all like we are picky or we already have some other friends. Or we are just lazy like laying down at home and let's let's go live. Watch this. Let's go watch that. Like, of course, going out something you don't prefer if you don't have a hobby outside. So that, like I, I was lucky. Of course, I came here with my wife. So I wasn't alone. And I know that I had friends who were like, alone. They were like, struggling with that they were like sometimes depressing. This is this is something challenging for people, especially who like rating by themselves. This can be challenging after like language barrier because having Frances bit hard. Um, next thing is of course, paperwork, some governmental issues, for example, right? Yeah. Oh, amazing. I mean, like, pull off, like being anxious about being anxious, like pulling nerves like I mean, what's going to happen full, you're just getting stressed. You're applying, for example, I came with a work permit. So it was like a one year or two years for at first. The first year was okay, because I have one year more, but when like, I'm given a deadline. Oh, yes. I mean, it's full of like anxiety, let's have we have to apply and you're waiting sometimes months? And you never know, maybe maybe you always have been back of your mind labor? What if they reject? What if I had to go back home after one year this even in one year, even imagined, like, yesterday, because you're trying to build something here, you're trying to do something you want to like, instead of thinking about this stuff, you want to focus on things about what you can do next? What is the next step? What should I do? Well, but this, you do this at some point, but then when you are approaching the deadlines, you just stopped doing that? And okay, what should I do? Like we have to apply this and we have to wait in response of my hope we can, we will get rejected. Yeah, that kind of stuff. This, this is something challenging also, like, mental mentally challenging. It can, it doesn't help you with that. So. So then you're you're looking for people who sponsored you to extend your contract, or look for another job that they can sponsor you to continue living here. Unfortunate ly my contract was extended by my employer. But it was one year, so that was full of challenges. And also, if you want to vote for work permit, there are two stories like one is open work permits. For example, one is closer permit, I had the close work permit, so I can't legally work for someone else. I wasn't, I wasn't able to vote for someone else. Of course. That's also like something problematic. I mean, I pro like the Pro. There are lots of reasons to do that, of course, but I mean, for a person who was having close work permit, it's hard to find a job like I mean, I was like, interested in going to industry at that time. So not all the companies are able to provide you the necessary paperwork to sponsor you. They are like, okay, so we are done. Not that big, we are still started up, or we are this and we can't Sorry, sorry. Yeah, whatever. This is how the system is. So you survived somehow, if you're if you want to, like stay or if you really want to, like, do something. And if you just focused, you know, will you find your way? Of course. Yeah, I like for example, I came to Ottawa, in my in my business for my second postdoc last year, and I got another contract to open but then I applied for permanent residency, and now I have a permanent residency, which, which is good now, I don't have issues. Like I don't have concerns about these kinds of permits, etc. But   Pouya LJ  13:51 yes, free of the bureaucracy.   Tugrul  13:55 Even like I when I was in my first post to get my chair like, at, like, two incubated with a project, which is accelerator called Suntec. I was good. I got accepted for the project. And I like me and my professor X professor was like, we were cofounders the ideal I always liked it. The name of the project microscope bought I mean, it was an amazing name, I still like it. It was a kind of idea that tries to automate microscopy with the AI I was so involved in the even though I didn't have any expertise like I didn't study I didn't have that much expense all personal hobby and but I was like, I was using microscope electron microscope so I was like, why not? I mean, not electron microscope me because they are expensive toys but why not for the like regular traditional Microsoft optical ones. Maybe I can design a system the If you can just put your samples and leave for the coffee and the whole system goes back for Drive left focus, then deal with everything by itself automatically collected data after like a couple of hours. So you have 1000s of images. Wow, amazing. You were just drinking your coffee. And you know, after one hour, you have 1000s of images. So yeah, I pitched the idea I took like, the train by them, like three months, it was like an intensive three months program from this intrapreneurship level, they were teaching you that   Pouya LJ  15:35 the what were they teaching, if they were teaching you only the entrepreneurship intrapreneur technical stuff to   Tugrul  15:42 networking, how to build network and how to prepare your minimum viable product MVP is what you should have to do how you can deal with the business plan, they mostly were using lean startup idea, like, don't try to get the perfect product, just start with something that you can show potential customers potential investors, that my idea is this how this is a demonstration, no limit, it can be even, you don't need to pay, like it can be cost free that you can just some build something or you can just create a software like or like a file, what I did was like, for example, I applied object detection with the for a video that I created from microscopy. I just applied object detection over it. And I showed that how the objects are like a tracked with the algorithm and how was it moving left, right? And how was it detecting the focus and the system if not focused on aligned? Axis, etc. Like that? It took me like, five hours, six hours. Yeah, but the problem was, then everything went well, like there were like lots of brilliant ideas around. So you will also be able to connect with them. You can also I don't know, like, if there's a good connection between you and someone else, you can just that guy or you can join him or her they can join you. So very dynamic environment. But the next step was you have to build your startup really officially have to start it to be able to go to the next step. But I couldn't do that because I had a work permit. And there was no way there was no way to start the company, you have to find someone who has a residency or citizenship, that needs to be at least I don't know, I just gonna, I don't remember exactly the number is 20 25% or something like that, to have that share in the company to be able to like a build it. So that was the time that I'm like, oh, okay, so I'm not gonna be able to do anything, unless I received my permanent residency. Just hold me back for some time, to be honest. These are all challenges. I mean, cultural, going immigrating to somewhere else, language barriers, then this kind of stuff. I mean,   Pouya LJ  18:21 the bureaucracy. Yeah. So I do want to go a little bit back first, and then come back to this. So you mentioned a while back, you mentioned courage. And I think that's a key key word in immigration. Because anybody who's like, had gone through immigration will tell you more or less, it's not an easy endeavor. Even so some people have it worse, some people have it better. Some people have a better experience, easier experience, some people have a more difficult experience. But ultimately, even the ones who have a relatively easy experience is generally difficult, because first of all, you have to move on from something, as you mentioned, you have to put some stuff behind. Either they're actually you know, literally stuff like inanimate objects or books and you know, whatever. Or, for example, job maybe, or there are people that you have to move, move away from and it doesn't mean that you don't keep contact with them. But it means that while you're not going to be seeing them every day, and then the second fold of that is that there are going to be lots of challenges. As you mentioned, there's many faults, cultural language barriers, cultural barriers, experiential barriers, sometimes it's not easy to find the right job in the same industry because you don't have the right experience in that country. Now, you may have experiences in other countries, but sometimes they don't translate all that well depending on the field of course. So it takes a lot of courage to leave what you have behind and as you mentioned, some people are forced to move and just go somewhere else because of wars or refugees, so maybe it's a different story there. But for those who choose to emigrate, then it does take courage because it means that you have to uproot your life. Whether it's good or bad, however good or bad it is. Nevertheless, you have to destruct your environment. And I think it takes courage. But with everything, if you have the ratio, if you wisely choose and you're courageous, odds are that you're going to get something out of it either a good result ultimately, or a good lesson, even if you fail. So I just wanted to point that out and see if there's anything you want to add on that courage point, to the whole story of immigration before we move on to bureaucracy.   Tugrul  20:47 Yeah, I mean, I don't know. Like, if it's courage, in my case, I was planning to, like, move somewhere like Europe or United States or Canada. When even when I was like, in bachelor, that was kinda like my plan already. Because I really wanted to have a portunity to build something big. Yeah. I mean, you can do it in your own country. Yes, maybe. But the effort? Okay. They're not saying, Oh, that's it, the dynamics are very different. For example, my country. First of all, there are not much technology companies around like not, it's like, consider Silicon Valley. I mean, come on. Like, if you go to Silicon Valley, somehow, if you started to be become an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, the network the people, like, what we're talking about here is environment, you need that you need that. I mean, for example, Canada. In Ottawa, I'm not in my mantra that there was an environment for sure. But wherever you are, doesn't matter. Like a country wise, you feel that there are opportunities here. If you have the idea, if you have the motivation, if you have this, like, Okay, I'm going to do it, if you have this motivation here, you know, that nothing can stop you. But this is not the case for all the countries. You have to either be really lucky or you have to be like, you know, people, really, you have to have this kind of network. Yeah, there are people of course, there succeed in these countries. Of course, I cannot say that. You can't you can. This is no way. No, I'm not saying of course you can. But I mean, having an idea and to become a giant is more possible here.   Pouya LJ  22:58 Yeah, there's definitely more opportunities more different. No, I agree. So I guess there is another element to the courage that you're basically mentioning, and that is, well, first of all, you need ambition, you need a reason to move. Now, in your case is ambition. Sometimes it's something else. But in your case, it seems to be the ambition, and I think it's the same in my case. And then you need also to be slightly adventurous, if not extremely adventurous, you need to be at least slightly adventurous to step into the unknown and be comfortable with that. So you take you take a courage, you take a reason to have to move to uproot your life. Otherwise, why would you? Well, it was you seem to be an idiot. And you need to be adventurous to a degree. Would you say that's, that's probably the base criteria for somebody to emigrate?   Tugrul  23:46 I mean, you're right, definitely encourages and being adventurous, I think they all combine the single point, which is, I think, not being scared of failing. If you if you're not scared of failing, I mean, if you're like, Okay, I can fail first time, second time, third time. Now, no worries, this life goes on. As long as I'm alive. And as long as I'm capable of doing stuff, my brain works or I can do something as long as I can do that. Nothing can stop you. You can fail. Of course, you're gonna fail you're gonna fail because you're trying something new. If you're not failing, you're it means that you're not learning not trying something new. It that means that you are following successful people because they pass this road and they like design. Now you cannot fail on this road. You're just following it that you're not learning. You're just like, clot and like I was called, like, you're just doing exactly the same. They did but in a way that when they became successful, you're not taking the part that they failed, but for sure you should be able to accept that you're going to fail. And you're not going to scale of that. If you're scared of failing, this is not the correct way you for your life that then you shouldn't maybe emigrate, I mean, you can still, you know, that can I   Pouya LJ  25:22 don't think I don't think you can really emigrate without failure, like it will be there, you're gonna make mistakes because you don't know them. As you mentioned, you have the culture shock, you have all these problems that you just don't know a lot of things. Honestly, even if in your perfect environment, it's impossible to not make mistakes and fail, but the odds will be multiplied 10 times 100 times 1000 times as much, because that's just the nature of things, you're stepping into the unknown. And when there's lots of uncertainty, the chances of making a mistake goes higher. But then that's okay. That should be okay. So that's where the, as you mentioned, the courage and adventures converge, essentially, and then you need the reason. Now, for some people, it's just ambition, or, you know, curiosity, or both. For some people, it's just, you know, what I want to give my children children a better life, potentially, or I want this or that. And for some people, unfortunately, it's not a choice. They're forced, as forced upon them. Okay, so let's just move on a little bit before we come to the close of this episode. So next episode, we'll talk about a little bit more about the entrepreneurship aspect of it. But I just wanted to address because we mentioned the bureaucracy. So as with all governments, when you deal with them, they tend to be a bit bureaucratic. And that obviously creates a lot of hurdles. Now, one of the advantages of I guess, specifically United States, and I guess in recent years, Canada has been that actually to try to remove lots of these bureaucracy to a high degree or reduce them, at least, when it comes to talent when it comes to entrepreneurs, when it comes to investors. So that you can tap into a pool of talent, and capital all over the world, not only within your own confined borders. And I guess that's one of the success stories of America that actually, United States specifically, I mean, America is a continent, the United States of America has been that the one of the stories has been the fact that they were able to attract the best of the best talents all around the world. And they've done that by trying to, specifically the past, but maybe less so presently, but then cannabis taking place a little bit. They have been trying to do that by reducing those beers, because they basically gave people a chance to, you know, focus on your own thing. Focus on things that you're actually good at. And of course, there's going to be some bureaucracy, that's just impossible, as you deal with governments that want to make sure that who you are, that their borders are made safe, that you're not misrepresenting yourself in one way or another. So there is going to be a little bit of that. And governments being the huge entities that they are not really good at producing these bureaucracies actually add to it. That's just the nature of things. So what do you think can be done in the case of entrepreneurial entrepreneurship or generally speaking, talent acquisition, from the standpoint of a country, let's say, like Canada, or any country, for that matter, that wants to accept immigrants and wants to accept talents? Or, you know, specific kinds of work workforce in different industries doesn't matter? What can be done in your personal experience? Now, you had the experience of Canada and had a very specific experience. Of course, I had a slightly different experience, but similar in terms of being theocratic. So what are the Do you have any thoughts? Have you thought about it? What can be done to or Not? Not? Specifically? I'm not talking about specific things, but directionally is there general ideas that you think can help with reducing this tension and allowing talent to just flourish?   Tugrul  29:17 Yeah, I mean, it kinda is doing actually good when I was like, like in this intrapreneurship program, the last day they mentioned me this intrapreneurship immigration program, I didn't know that before like it you had to apply it. Like, we just I was in Montreal. So the problem was, I couldn't speak French so I couldn't apply for the permanent residency, but I didn't know you can apply for intrapreneurship program even within within Montreal in Quebec. So if I knew it before, but the thing is, like you have three months, but usually it like takes one one and a half year. So in any As I won't be able to, like I couldn't probably get my permanent residency, even that case to build my startup. But this is tricky. To be honest. There are lots of talents around the world, of course, the country's companies, are they fighting to get this talent? But while you're like if you make things so easy for people to emigrate the country with talent, of course, is something good. But you have to care about the society also, like who you are like, like a given residency, these guys are, okay talented. But who are they? I mean, maybe they are not. Some of them. They are not like, they can be rude. They can make things harder for other people. You never know. I mean, just because they are mine doesn't mean that they are just struggling with other people.   Pouya LJ  31:04 Yeah. In my experience, criminals are very talented, especially the successful ones, but you don't Oh, yeah. Okay, so yeah, that's a good example. Yeah. You want to make sure that you're letting in the right kind of people and not international criminals, for example. Oh, yeah. Maybe very talented. But nevertheless, yeah. Okay. Yeah. I know. It's a level. Yeah. Yeah.   Tugrul  31:27 I mean, the software level, maybe hackers, they mean they are just stealing people's information, credit nerds, etc. They are so extremely talented. But then you're saying, okay, so you're talented. Come to my country. Still people here   Pouya LJ  31:40 like, no, it is. It is a tricky business. I understand that. Yeah, yeah. I agree with you. I think overall, Canada is not the worst for by any stretch of the imagination is doing pretty. Okay. Pretty good overall. Still, I think there are some aspects of bureaucracy that can be trimmed. If not, yeah, they're doing pretty good. But yeah. So   Tugrul  32:02 leaving times alone, for example, can be reduced this processing times? That can be much better. Of course,   Pouya LJ  32:09 people have options. Yes. You don't have to stress about it. If, for example, you get a rejection of some sort, and you have the time to respond to it in a timely manner. Yeah, I agree. I think I think that would be probably the best place to start to actually reduce this processing times. All right, we'll continue this discussion, of course, specifically, more on the entrepreneurship side. But before we close, though, is there anything you want to mention that we missed? Or you wanted to talk about that? We haven't?   Tugrul  32:43 No, not so far. I mean, yeah, I mean, it's tricky. Yeah, I agree. This everything is tricky. This is tricky for government. This is tricky for immigrant. I mean, this is not easy for anybody. Everybody is just trying to make things better. Immigrants, they are trying to make their lives better, or they're, like me, them and they have some they have ambition, and they also want to provide a better life for their kids for like, their belongings. And so you can do this here. And you just You need courage. So as long as you have courage, okay, that you can fail. I mean, there are things that are tricky, of course, you can hold you back for some time, you can just get mad, but you have to focus on the feature, not the problems, you always have to you should always have to focus on the solution, not the problem. Problem is there focusing on the problem is not going to solve the problem by itself. Focusing on the solution is going to help you to solve that problem. Most of the people or they miss this, but they just focus on the problem. Okay, I have this problem mine. I hate this. I hate that. Yeah, I am complaining also like, everybody complains because it's a good way of releasing energy, they have tension. But at the end of the day, the seriously you take this focusing on the solution part more serious. Complaining is something else. But focusing on problem is another thing, not that you shouldn't focus on that so you don't need to scared of immigrating. Just think about what you can achieve afterwards. But if Okay, let's say that if I immigrate to Canada, I want to immigrate to Canada. I want to move there. And I believe there are these are going to be problem this is going to be problem. Okay? But think about what you can do here. You can start a business you can find a good job. You can do something in quantum computation. You can do something good in AI. You can Go to a very high ranking university, you can study neuroscience, I mean, of course, there are like lots of opportunities, you have to focus on that you have to focus on what you're going to do next. Yeah, but meanwhile, governments are also struggling have to make have to pick talent and correct people, for the society to make the society better, of course. Yeah, because everybody wants to have a society that everybody gets along well, everybody shows respect to each other, like, everybody's happy, they can focus only on the things they they love, like, for example, you ai me a quantum computation, to, to move this technology move the science forward, let's let's move everything in a better way, like, like, let's focus on how we can make this work better in terms of how we can live better how we can make the technology better science and how we can make more discoveries, how we can go to other galaxies or the planets, how we can colonize them how we can mine the streets, we should focus on this because at the end of the day, we were just polluting our, like our home with mining, we need those chemicals, of course, because of many things. But if we focus all together, on the future, and on the things that we can achieve all together, like on the space, even like in the science, tech and anything art, I mean, everything just focus on improving things. It is the way how it evolves. I mean, it's the way how we should go instead of like fighting each other.   Pouya LJ  36:54 Yeah, has always been agreed. That makes a lot of sense.   Tugrul  36:57 No, I can't at this point. But   Pouya LJ  37:00 that's good. Actually, this is this is something we're going to continue talking about, the more the you know, the entrepreneurship aspect, the you know, the the innovation and improvements aspect. For sure it will start next episode, we'll continue that this conversation basically. From will we'll move on a little bit from immigration side, but we'll maneuver more on entrepreneurship and the Lean Startup philosophy that you were telling me about so we'll be could delve into that a little bit. All right. So I'm not going to say goodbye because we already said that we're going to have that next episode very soon. About Yeah, about the entrepreneurship aspect. But I do want to say goodbye to our audience. And I as always, I'm really glad that you guys tune in, listen to us. I hope you enjoyed it. And I hope you will join in next month. Thank you all for joining and until next episode.   Tugrul  38:01 Yep. Thank you very much. See you everybody. Take care.

MSU Today with Russ White
Moderation and creative approach help MSU Sports Medicine keep athletes and the public moving

MSU Today with Russ White

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 16:47


“Our overall goal at MSU Sports Medicine is to be a single location for patients and athletes alike to come when they're having pain, ailments, or even just looking for advice on how to get active and stay active,” says Nate Fitton, a team physician at the MSU Health Care Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center. “Our ultimate goal for all patients is to lead a fulfilling, active life. We see a wide variety of acute injuries, chronic injuries, as well as people just looking to get active and talk about nutrition, weightlifting regimens, and things like that. And so our mission is to provide that service to the community and be a nationally recognized location for patients to come and have access to world renowned providers. We really strive to be a destination for sports medicine and preventative care.”“We treat everyone,” says Jill Moschelli, a team physician at the MSU Health Care Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center. “All ages and backgrounds are welcome. You do not need to be an elite athlete to come to the Sports Medicine office. That's a question we always get. Do I need to be an athlete to come and see you? The answer is no. We will see everyone and treat everyone similarly. We just want to keep people active and doing what they love.”I didn't really realize that proactive mission either. That's really cool that you'd rather have people not have to see you, frankly.“We get that a lot, where patients come in and they're worried that we're going to tell them to stop running or walking,” continues Fitton. “That's not our goal at all. Our goal is to be creative but keep you moving. Maybe running isn't the best thing for you but riding a bike or doing the elliptical absolutely can be. It's not that we would totally eliminate things, it's really about being creative and keeping you going. That's really our ultimate goal. I tell patients regularly, yes, if you hurt because you run too much and you've got poor form, well, continuing to do that is not what we want for you. But at the same time, we want to keep you active. We look for ways to help you stay active. Sure, if you just stopped running for four weeks, it would get better, but you're going to have other issues from not running. We want to find ways to keep you going, keep you moving.”Are there new treatments on the horizon that have you excited about treating patients better?“We are all really involved in sports medicine and are at the cutting edge of what's happening in the field of sports medicine,” Moschelli continues. “Many of us are presenting at national conferences and are really involved on a national level with different societies and committees, and so we are really trying to bring that into our office. We really are offering availability to all of the cutting-edge opportunities or treatments.”“This is where we separate ourselves in that we have the power of a research university behind us,” says Fitton. “We regularly collaborate with PhD candidates and researchers on campus who are looking to advance the delivery of healthcare. That's another thing patients can look forward to when they come see us is that we have ongoing research projects. We're looking at things like osteopathic manipulative medicine and recovery from concussions to see if we can enhance or speed up the recovery by adding that treatment modality. Over in the Department of Kinesiology, they're doing a tremendous amount of ongoing research that is at the leading edge of what next-level care is going to look like. With us being involved in that, we can also provide that to our patients. I think that's really exciting.”Increasingly, more women are getting involved in sports medicine.“Historically, sports medicine has maybe not been as inclusive,” Moschelli says. “But I am very honored to be a part of the group at MSU Sports Medicine. Dr. Sheeba Joseph and I are two female providers there, and we're both team physicians for MSU athletes. There are a lot of female athletes at MSU, and they have their own set of challenges that you need to think about when treating them.”What would be some tips for the weekend warriors, or even regular exercisers, to not have to come and see you guys?“It's about moderation and approach,” says Fitton. “When you decide you're going to start running or working out, we are in full support of that. Because the healthier you are, the less you're going to need us. Our goal is for healthy, active people.“We regularly encourage diversity in what you do. Don't run seven days a week. Run three days a week; cycle a couple days a week; try to get some swimming in or incorporate some strength training. We know that through activity and interactions that the body can start to have some overuse injuries. The best way to avoid those is through diversity of your activities. That diversity promotes full body wellness and health and strength.”“And find something you like,” Moschelli says. “Find something you enjoy doing because that's going to hopefully lead to further success in being active if you find something you enjoy. It's good to get your joints moving in a variety of directions. We can help you be creative with your exercise and nutrition plan.”“The team approach to your delivery of care is how we're going to interact,” says Fitton. “We're not only going to evaluate and manage and make recommendations. If we need to draw upon skills from other providers within our office offer, we're going to do so and vice versa. Additionally, we'll take it one step further. If you need to see physical therapy or another specialist, we're going to help coordinate that. And we're going to coordinate your care with your physical therapist and make sure that everyone's on the same page, and we collaborate and work together to getting you back. Rarely do we get someone in the door and say, ‘You know what? We've got nothing for you.' That's a failure on our end. We want to always have an option to help you get better. If it's me, if it's my partners, or someone else within MSU Health Care, we're going to do that.”The MSU Health Care Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center is in the Eyde Building on South Hagadorn Road. You can call (517) 884-6100 or go to healthcare.msu.edu.“We have availability to see people now,” says Moschelli. “If you need to be seen for any particular injury, pain, or question about your plan, we have openings now. MSU Today airs Saturdays at 5 p.m. and Sundays at 5 a.m. on WKAR News/Talk and Sundays at 8 p.m. on 760 WJR. Find “MSU Today with Russ White” on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you get your shows.

Off-Farm Income
OFI 1415: How To Start An Auctioneering Business In High School | FFA SAE Edition | Shelby Shuman | Eaton High School FFA

Off-Farm Income

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 22:48


Rarely does this happen, but today's interview features the daughter of my previous Friday episode guest.  Shelby Shuman has just finished her junior year of high school, and she has been conducting auctions since she was twelve years old.  Early on in her auction career she knew she wanted to start her own business, but she never really implemented it until her freshman year of high school when she joined the FFA and was required to start a supervised agricultural experience.  At that point, Shelby Shuman Auctions was born. Inspired by her father, Scott Shuman (featured in episode 1413), she now travels all over the country conducting auctions.  Her niche is benefit auctions, and she has great success finding clients.  As Shelby puts it, it is rare to find a female auctioneer, but to find one who is in high school and in the FFA is extremely rare.  In addition to her outstanding skill conducting auctions, the uniqueness of her stature makes her a big draw. Shelby has one year of high school left, and then she is off to Liberty University in Virginia to study entrepreneurship.  Being a career auctioneer is in the list of possibilities for Shelby, but she has not made up her mind yet.  She is going to go explore all of the options that are out there for her and find the correct path.  If it leads to auctioneering like her father, then so be it.  If it does not, she will always have the skills and experience that beginning an auction career at age 12 can give you! SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Auctioneering HIGH SCHOOL: Eaton High School; Eaton, Colorado MASCOT: Indians FFA ADVISOR: Heidi Lanning CONTACT INFORMATION FOR SHELBY SHUMAN: Click on the picture below to be taken to the Eaton High School website: Shelby's FFA Advisor's Email Address: hlanning@eaton.k12.co.us Eaton High School Telephone Number: (970) 454-3374 FFA LINKS: National FFA Organization Supervised Agricultural Experiences (SAE's) Support FFA  Donate to FFA - One way that FFA students are able to start small businesses is through an FFA grant of $1,000.  In 2014, 141 FFA students received these grants.  With your donations, more students can get this head start - pay it forward. REASONS TO DONATE TO FFA: Only 2% of Americans grow and raise most of the food and livestock consumed by the other 98% as well as the rest of the world.  FFA is providing the needed education, training and resources to Americans that will carry that torch forward and insure that America continues to have inexpensive, quality food. Rural Communities will rely on entrepreneurship in the future for population growth and job creation.  The FFA is a major catalyst to that entrepreneurial growth. Farmers, ranchers and those working in agriculture give the rest of America incredible amounts of freedom because the search for food is as simple as going to the grocery store: “The future of American agriculture depends on the involvement and investment in America's youth, In order to prepare for the population of tomorrow, we need to encourage America's youth today, and show that careers in agriculture are profitable, rewarding, and vital.”. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue More Places You Can Listen to Off-Farm Income And Matt Brechwald:  

Relationship Power at work
Pull for the future & Push of the past

Relationship Power at work

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 15:11


Today however cyberspace lets you pull ideas for what better looks like everywhere instead of in the industral age where the boss tried to teach you what they knew Help those around you create knowledge bases that others can pull from. Help those you work with create remarkable space and a place to pull the work that matter for (Kanban or anything help focus and asyncronus value creator and doesnt expect contact switching like email or meetings just because someone has the status to push you into one instead of sending a memo of what matters) Most work a knowledge worker does has a time-intervall to it. Rarely does you instantly act on a book you read - instead you pull from the books wisdom when your work benefits from it. Rarely does your urgent high-noise task mean important for the long-run. You need to learn to pull from both stacks of work. As the work becomes smaller and more and more work is expected learning to pull forth the work that matter, and help others create assets and knowledge management that works for them becomes critical. if you dont set personal boundaries and allow people to push things onto your plate without filtering you will loose all the work that really matter longterm. Work to see the pull and the push in your life. Help other see that dance and the tension between them.  Help others create space for creating a space from where they can pull forth to create their own future, and in doing so they will help elevate those around them   ps. Sorry for the audio. This is the first recording on rodecaster2 after using the rodecaster1 so I have some new stuff to learn

VM WealthWise Podcast
Millionaire's Mindset

VM WealthWise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 42:17


What are the tools for becoming a Millionaire?If you dig deeper into the stories of wealthy people, you'll notice a pattern. Rarely will a wealthy person be able to boil down their success to a single miraculous moment. Instead, they'll cite their mindset as the biggest reason for their prosperity. That very mindset will guide you to make the most of the money you have. In today's episode, you will delve into the mind of our Special Guest Mrs. Odetta Rockhead-Kerr, Founder & CEO of GOFFAH.

Words of Wisdom Podcast
Ep 65 - Raging Against Yahweh (Prov. 19:3)

Words of Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 18:14


When things go wrong in life, we tend to look for someone to blame. Rarely do we naturally like to assume responsibility for our poor choices. Instead of realizing that we made a stupid decision, and it is our fault for why things are the way they are, our sinful human inclination is to transfer the fault to something or someone else. In doing this, we forfeit the opportunity to recognize and learn from our mistakes. Illustration: Bruce Nolan suffering the consequences of his foolish choices and then blaming God for the misfortune in his life, from the movie Bruce Almighty. Verses: Prov. 19:3 Teacher: Jerry Wierwille

Words of Wisdom Podcast
Ep 65 – Raging Against Yahweh (Prov. 19:3)

Words of Wisdom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 18:14


When things go wrong in life, we tend to look for someone to blame. Rarely do we naturally like to assume responsibility for our poor choices. Instead of realizing that we made a stupid decision, and it is our fault for why things are the way they are, our sinful human inclination is to transfer […]

Between Sessions Podcast
Session 132: Stop Stressing & Embrace Your Cultural Foods with a Positive Approach to Nutrition

Between Sessions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 42:42


What if the nutrition & wellness standards we pressure ourselves to meet in order to be "healthy" are actually rooted in anti-blackness and white supremacy? How would that impact your approach to health? Maybe you've already experienced this at your yearly physical exam when all your lab work came back normal, but your doctor expressed "concern" that your weight wasn't within the "healthy" BMI range. The solution? Stay away from the cultural foods you were raised on and focus on shrinking your body. This shared experienced amongst many Black/Brown folx can leave us feeling defeated, shamed, and stressed and we struggle to meet standards that don't embrace who we are, where we come from, and what we look like. Rarely are factors like the stress of everyday discrimination, lack of access to food variety, lack of healthcare access, and medical systemic racism are rarely taken into consideration as health threats. In this week's episode, Dalina Soto, Your Latina Nutritionist, breaks down common myths about nutrition and health and shares with us how to begin taking a more positive approach to wellness. You might be surprised how much we have to unlearn. If you're ready to feel more empowered on your health journey then tune in NOW to Session #132: Stop Stressing & Embrace Your Cultural Foods with a Positive Approach to Nutrition. Guest: Dalina Soto https://yourlatinanutritionist.com/ https://www.instagram.com/your.latina.nutritionist/

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score
Tony La Russa did something you rarely see and it backfired spectacularly (Hour 1)

Mully & Haugh Show on 670 The Score

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 49:34


Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by reacting to White Sox manager Tony La Russa's odd choice to walk Dodgers star Trea Turner on a 1-2 count Thursday, a move that backfired when slugger Max Muncy followed with a three-run homer in Los Angeles' 11-9 win against Chicago. What was La Russa thinking? Later, they conducted the 5 at 5, where they hit on the biggest storylines of the day.

3 Things
Why cyber criminals thrive in India and rarely get caught

3 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 28:32


[REBROADCAST] Every year, thousands of Indians become victim to some kind of cyber crime, including getting defrauded by scam callers. In fact, cyber crimes have been on the rise for multiple reasons in the country. Recently, Indian Express' Mohamed Thaver and Jayprakash S Naidu did a series investigating how cyber criminals operate, and why they thrive in India. In this episode, Thaver joins host Shashank Bhargava to talk about what their investigation revealed, and why the police find it hard to catch cyber criminals.

The Business Accelerator: Accountability | Productivity
8 Tips to Hack Your Way to Greatness

The Business Accelerator: Accountability | Productivity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 9:46


Rarely is anything an overnight success. It can take years of hard work before it pays off, and that can be a hard truth to accept. But there are tips and tricks, or habits really, that you can implement into your daily life to pave the way to a successful future for you and your company. These tricks, that I'm about to share, are a mix of productivity hacks as well as personal life hacks to help you perform at your best and build an extraordinary legacy. With practice, they'll become second nature, and allow you to free up your mental bandwidth to tackle the tasks that will grow your business exponentially. 1. Prioritize Taking Accountability As a business owner, you're responsible not only for your own outcomes, but the outcomes of the people you hire. A great leader has insight into the day-to-day operations of their business and has the ability to empower their team as well as step in when needed. Additionally, you can't expect your team to take accountability for their actions and decisions if you don't set an example first. Taking accountability in everyday situations helps you to learn how to take responsibility for your destiny overall. You are in charge of your success, and when you get into the practice of taking action instead of making excuses, you'll go further than ever. 2. Take Care of Yourself Greatness can't be achieved when your body and your mental health aren't performing optimally. The idea of hustling 24/7 and wearing burnout as a badge of honor is outdated. In order to succeed, you need to take care of your body. That might mean incorporating a consistent workout routine into your day, whether that's early in the morning or later in the afternoon. Some people prefer to start their day by getting their body moving, which may actually promote greater productivity. Pay attention to how your body feels throughout the day. Are you getting enough sleep? Or are you powering through on a bad night's sleep? According to a 2016 business school study, leaders who prioritized sleep were perceived as more charismatic. 3. Turn Off as Many Notifications as You Can Phones can be the primary way in which you do your work, but they can also be incredibly distracting. Turning off notifications to the apps that you don't need to be looking at can help you focus and be more productive. Even if you use social media for your business, block off some time each day on your calendar as the designated time to engage with your social media audience. That way, your train of thought and workflow aren't interrupted each time your phone pings with a new like or comment. You can even check out some apps that help limit your screen time, so you can spend your time building your ideal business. One trick to avoiding distractions is putting your phone face down, turn off sounds and vibrations, or even put the phone in another room, while you work on the task at hand. 4. Never Stop Learning The true secret to greatness is not being someone who knows everything, but being someone who is curious about everything. When you acknowledge what you don't know and ask questions to learn more, you have the potential to increase your knowledge exponentially. Being open to learning helps you stay relevant to current trends. Not sure why you should use a specific platform for your business? Instead of writing it off because you don't know how to use it, spend some time diving into the opportunities to reach your audience on a new platform, or grow your audience base into a newer demographic. Being able to admit you don't know something is a strength, and it frees you of the fear that people will think you don't know everything because by your own words, you don't. 5. Block Off Your Time It can be hard to hop from one task to another, or deal with multiple people asking you questions. Take control of your own schedule and block off time for the various tasks you need to do. That way, you can streamline your workflow and free up mental bandwidth to deal with whatever's in front of you during that time block. If you're more productive in the mornings, set aside a couple of hours to work on bigger tasks. Include blocking off time for things like visionary strategizing. Being able to brainstorm and have the space to read, listen to podcasts, or just let inspiration strike you in general, is hugely beneficial to the growth and success of your business. An example of time blocking on your calendar could be exercising from 7am to 8am, working on the next quarter's strategy from 8am to 10am, responding to emails from 10am to 10:30am, answering team questions from 10:30am to 11am, and so forth for the rest of your day. Blocking off time also gets you into the practice of setting boundaries, which are necessary for making sure you get the time or support you need to achieve greatness. Some of the most productive people in the world swear by time blocking. Ever heard of Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Michael Hyatt, or Cal Newport? Yep – they are all time-blockers. They're squeezing every drop of productivity from their days, and so can you. 6. Surround Yourself with People Who Inspire You When you surround yourself with people who inspire you, you create an atmosphere for growth. A successful mindset is contagious, and you will learn more from people who have strengths to complement your weaknesses. Running a business can be isolating at times, which is why it's important to connect with other business owners and entrepreneurs. Not only will they understand what you go through with your business, they'll be able to support you as you inevitably face challenges while building your legacy. Together, you can continue to inspire and motivate one another. 7. Keep a Notepad By Your Bed You never know when a great idea is going to hit you. The most practical tip of this list is to keep a notepad by your bed, or just near you at all times. Maybe it's easier for you to track ideas on your phone, though that could undermine tip #3 if your phone just serves to distract you further. Entrepreneurs tend to struggle with perfectionism, so make sure that doesn't happen when you jot down ideas. They don't need to be fully fleshed out—just get them down, physically on paper, so you can revisit them and think through them later on. Writing things down, instead of thinking them or even typing them out, can enable a higher level of thinking. 8. Embrace Making Mistakes As cliché as it sounds, making mistakes is a part of life. But what can be debilitating is letting a fear of making mistakes limit your ability to grow. Instead of fearing mistakes, embrace them! When you fear mistakes, it makes you unable and unwilling to try new things. Instead, when you embrace failure, it takes away its power over you. So, you might fail….so what? You'll learn from it and get even stronger. By following these eight tips, you'll find yourself even stronger as a leader and as an individual. You may not notice the changes overnight, but they'll be there. Stop being stagnant in your growth and take actionable steps to hack your way to greatness. For more help on creating your ideal business and ideal life, reach out to me today and schedule your complimentary consultation. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne Bachrach The Accountability Coach™ The Results Accelerator™ Get your daily Accountability Minute shot of a single, simple, doable idea, so you can start your day off on the "right foot". You can find The Accountability Minute on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/ as well as on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries. Subscribe to my high-value business success tips and resources Blog https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/blog/) If you are getting value from any of Podcasts, please take a minute to leave me a short rating and review. I would really appreciate it, and love to hear from you. Take advantage of all the complimentary business tips and tools by joining the Free Silver Membership on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/inner-circle-store/. - Subscribe to my YouTube channel with business success principles (https://www.youtube.com/annebachrach) - Connect with me on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheAccountabilityCoach) - Connect with me on Linked-in (https://www.linkedin.com/in/annebachrach) - Connect with me on Pinterest (https://pinterest.com/resultsrule/) - Connect with me on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/annebachrach/) As an experienced accountability coach and author of 5 books, I help business professionals make more money, work less, and enjoy even better work life balance. Check out my proven business accelerator resources by going to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/. Author of Excuses Don't Count; Results Rule, Live Life with No Regrets, No Excuses, and the Work Life Balance Emergency Kit, The Roadmap To Success with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard, and more.

The Accountability Coach: Business Acceleration|Productivity

Rarely is anything an overnight success. It can take years of hard work before it pays off, and that can be a hard truth to accept. But there are tips and tricks, or habits really, that you can implement into your daily life to pave the way to a successful future for you and your company. These tricks, that I'm about to share, are a mix of productivity hacks as well as personal life hacks to help you perform at your best and build an extraordinary legacy. With practice, they'll become second nature, and allow you to free up your mental bandwidth to tackle the tasks that will grow your business exponentially. 1. Prioritize Taking Accountability As a business owner, you're responsible not only for your own outcomes, but the outcomes of the people you hire. A great leader has insight into the day-to-day operations of their business and has the ability to empower their team as well as step in when needed. Additionally, you can't expect your team to take accountability for their actions and decisions if you don't set an example first. Taking accountability in everyday situations helps you to learn how to take responsibility for your destiny overall. You are in charge of your success, and when you get into the practice of taking action instead of making excuses, you'll go further than ever. 2. Take Care of Yourself Greatness can't be achieved when your body and your mental health aren't performing optimally. The idea of hustling 24/7 and wearing burnout as a badge of honor is outdated. In order to succeed, you need to take care of your body. That might mean incorporating a consistent workout routine into your day, whether that's early in the morning or later in the afternoon. Some people prefer to start their day by getting their body moving, which may actually promote greater productivity. Pay attention to how your body feels throughout the day. Are you getting enough sleep? Or are you powering through on a bad night's sleep? According to a 2016 business school study, leaders who prioritized sleep were perceived as more charismatic. 3. Turn Off as Many Notifications as You Can Phones can be the primary way in which you do your work, but they can also be incredibly distracting. Turning off notifications to the apps that you don't need to be looking at can help you focus and be more productive. Even if you use social media for your business, block off some time each day on your calendar as the designated time to engage with your social media audience. That way, your train of thought and workflow aren't interrupted each time your phone pings with a new like or comment. You can even check out some apps that help limit your screen time, so you can spend your time building your ideal business. One trick to avoiding distractions is putting your phone face down, turn off sounds and vibrations, or even put the phone in another room, while you work on the task at hand. 4. Never Stop Learning The true secret to greatness is not being someone who knows everything, but being someone who is curious about everything. When you acknowledge what you don't know and ask questions to learn more, you have the potential to increase your knowledge exponentially. Being open to learning helps you stay relevant to current trends. Not sure why you should use a specific platform for your business? Instead of writing it off because you don't know how to use it, spend some time diving into the opportunities to reach your audience on a new platform, or grow your audience base into a newer demographic. Being able to admit you don't know something is a strength, and it frees you of the fear that people will think you don't know everything because by your own words, you don't. 5. Block Off Your Time It can be hard to hop from one task to another, or deal with multiple people asking you questions. Take control of your own schedule and block off time for the various tasks you need to do. That way, you can streamline your workflow and free up mental bandwidth to deal with whatever's in front of you during that time block. If you're more productive in the mornings, set aside a couple of hours to work on bigger tasks. Include blocking off time for things like visionary strategizing. Being able to brainstorm and have the space to read, listen to podcasts, or just let inspiration strike you in general, is hugely beneficial to the growth and success of your business. An example of time blocking on your calendar could be exercising from 7am to 8am, working on the next quarter's strategy from 8am to 10am, responding to emails from 10am to 10:30am, answering team questions from 10:30am to 11am, and so forth for the rest of your day. Blocking off time also gets you into the practice of setting boundaries, which are necessary for making sure you get the time or support you need to achieve greatness. Some of the most productive people in the world swear by time blocking. Ever heard of Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Michael Hyatt, or Cal Newport? Yep – they are all time-blockers. They're squeezing every drop of productivity from their days, and so can you. 6. Surround Yourself with People Who Inspire You When you surround yourself with people who inspire you, you create an atmosphere for growth. A successful mindset is contagious, and you will learn more from people who have strengths to complement your weaknesses. Running a business can be isolating at times, which is why it's important to connect with other business owners and entrepreneurs. Not only will they understand what you go through with your business, they'll be able to support you as you inevitably face challenges while building your legacy. Together, you can continue to inspire and motivate one another. 7. Keep a Notepad By Your Bed You never know when a great idea is going to hit you. The most practical tip of this list is to keep a notepad by your bed, or just near you at all times. Maybe it's easier for you to track ideas on your phone, though that could undermine tip #3 if your phone just serves to distract you further. Entrepreneurs tend to struggle with perfectionism, so make sure that doesn't happen when you jot down ideas. They don't need to be fully fleshed out—just get them down, physically on paper, so you can revisit them and think through them later on. Writing things down, instead of thinking them or even typing them out, can enable a higher level of thinking. 8. Embrace Making Mistakes As cliché as it sounds, making mistakes is a part of life. But what can be debilitating is letting a fear of making mistakes limit your ability to grow. Instead of fearing mistakes, embrace them! When you fear mistakes, it makes you unable and unwilling to try new things. Instead, when you embrace failure, it takes away its power over you. So, you might fail….so what? You'll learn from it and get even stronger. By following these eight tips, you'll find yourself even stronger as a leader and as an individual. You may not notice the changes overnight, but they'll be there. Stop being stagnant in your growth and take actionable steps to hack your way to greatness. For more help on creating your ideal business and ideal life, reach out to me today and schedule your complimentary consultation. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne Bachrach The Accountability Coach™ The Results Accelerator™ Get your daily Accountability Minute shot of a single, simple, doable idea, so you can start your day off on the "right foot". You can find The Accountability Minute on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/ as well as on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries. Subscribe to my high-value business success tips and resources Blog https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/blog/) If you are getting value from any of Podcasts, please take a minute to leave me a short rating and review. I would really appreciate it, and love to hear from you. Take advantage of all the complimentary business tips and tools by joining the Free Silver Membership on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/inner-circle-store/. - Subscribe to my YouTube channel with business success principles (https://www.youtube.com/annebachrach) - Connect with me on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheAccountabilityCoach) - Connect with me on Linked-in (https://www.linkedin.com/in/annebachrach) - Connect with me on Pinterest (https://pinterest.com/resultsrule/) - Connect with me on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/annebachrach/) As an experienced accountability coach and author of 5 books, I help business professionals make more money, work less, and enjoy even better work life balance. Check out my proven business accelerator resources by going to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/. Author of Excuses Don't Count; Results Rule, Live Life with No Regrets, No Excuses, and the Work Life Balance Emergency Kit, The Roadmap To Success with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard, and more.

Goal Setting & Achievement Podcast: Business|Productivity
8 Tips to Hack Your Way to Greatness

Goal Setting & Achievement Podcast: Business|Productivity

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 9:46


Rarely is anything an overnight success. It can take years of hard work before it pays off, and that can be a hard truth to accept. But there are tips and tricks, or habits really, that you can implement into your daily life to pave the way to a successful future for you and your company. These tricks, that I'm about to share, are a mix of productivity hacks as well as personal life hacks to help you perform at your best and build an extraordinary legacy. With practice, they'll become second nature, and allow you to free up your mental bandwidth to tackle the tasks that will grow your business exponentially. 1. Prioritize Taking Accountability As a business owner, you're responsible not only for your own outcomes, but the outcomes of the people you hire. A great leader has insight into the day-to-day operations of their business and has the ability to empower their team as well as step in when needed. Additionally, you can't expect your team to take accountability for their actions and decisions if you don't set an example first. Taking accountability in everyday situations helps you to learn how to take responsibility for your destiny overall. You are in charge of your success, and when you get into the practice of taking action instead of making excuses, you'll go further than ever. 2. Take Care of Yourself Greatness can't be achieved when your body and your mental health aren't performing optimally. The idea of hustling 24/7 and wearing burnout as a badge of honor is outdated. In order to succeed, you need to take care of your body. That might mean incorporating a consistent workout routine into your day, whether that's early in the morning or later in the afternoon. Some people prefer to start their day by getting their body moving, which may actually promote greater productivity. Pay attention to how your body feels throughout the day. Are you getting enough sleep? Or are you powering through on a bad night's sleep? According to a 2016 business school study, leaders who prioritized sleep were perceived as more charismatic. 3. Turn Off as Many Notifications as You Can Phones can be the primary way in which you do your work, but they can also be incredibly distracting. Turning off notifications to the apps that you don't need to be looking at can help you focus and be more productive. Even if you use social media for your business, block off some time each day on your calendar as the designated time to engage with your social media audience. That way, your train of thought and workflow aren't interrupted each time your phone pings with a new like or comment. You can even check out some apps that help limit your screen time, so you can spend your time building your ideal business. One trick to avoiding distractions is putting your phone face down, turn off sounds and vibrations, or even put the phone in another room, while you work on the task at hand. 4. Never Stop Learning The true secret to greatness is not being someone who knows everything, but being someone who is curious about everything. When you acknowledge what you don't know and ask questions to learn more, you have the potential to increase your knowledge exponentially. Being open to learning helps you stay relevant to current trends. Not sure why you should use a specific platform for your business? Instead of writing it off because you don't know how to use it, spend some time diving into the opportunities to reach your audience on a new platform, or grow your audience base into a newer demographic. Being able to admit you don't know something is a strength, and it frees you of the fear that people will think you don't know everything because by your own words, you don't. 5. Block Off Your Time It can be hard to hop from one task to another, or deal with multiple people asking you questions. Take control of your own schedule and block off time for the various tasks you need to do. That way, you can streamline your workflow and free up mental bandwidth to deal with whatever's in front of you during that time block. If you're more productive in the mornings, set aside a couple of hours to work on bigger tasks. Include blocking off time for things like visionary strategizing. Being able to brainstorm and have the space to read, listen to podcasts, or just let inspiration strike you in general, is hugely beneficial to the growth and success of your business. An example of time blocking on your calendar could be exercising from 7am to 8am, working on the next quarter's strategy from 8am to 10am, responding to emails from 10am to 10:30am, answering team questions from 10:30am to 11am, and so forth for the rest of your day. Blocking off time also gets you into the practice of setting boundaries, which are necessary for making sure you get the time or support you need to achieve greatness. Some of the most productive people in the world swear by time blocking. Ever heard of Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Michael Hyatt, or Cal Newport? Yep – they are all time-blockers. They're squeezing every drop of productivity from their days, and so can you. 6. Surround Yourself with People Who Inspire You When you surround yourself with people who inspire you, you create an atmosphere for growth. A successful mindset is contagious, and you will learn more from people who have strengths to complement your weaknesses. Running a business can be isolating at times, which is why it's important to connect with other business owners and entrepreneurs. Not only will they understand what you go through with your business, they'll be able to support you as you inevitably face challenges while building your legacy. Together, you can continue to inspire and motivate one another. 7. Keep a Notepad By Your Bed You never know when a great idea is going to hit you. The most practical tip of this list is to keep a notepad by your bed, or just near you at all times. Maybe it's easier for you to track ideas on your phone, though that could undermine tip #3 if your phone just serves to distract you further. Entrepreneurs tend to struggle with perfectionism, so make sure that doesn't happen when you jot down ideas. They don't need to be fully fleshed out—just get them down, physically on paper, so you can revisit them and think through them later on. Writing things down, instead of thinking them or even typing them out, can enable a higher level of thinking. 8. Embrace Making Mistakes As cliché as it sounds, making mistakes is a part of life. But what can be debilitating is letting a fear of making mistakes limit your ability to grow. Instead of fearing mistakes, embrace them! When you fear mistakes, it makes you unable and unwilling to try new things. Instead, when you embrace failure, it takes away its power over you. So, you might fail….so what? You'll learn from it and get even stronger. By following these eight tips, you'll find yourself even stronger as a leader and as an individual. You may not notice the changes overnight, but they'll be there. Stop being stagnant in your growth and take actionable steps to hack your way to greatness. For more help on creating your ideal business and ideal life, reach out to me today and schedule your complimentary consultation. Aim for what you want each and every day! Anne Bachrach The Accountability Coach™ The Results Accelerator™ Get your daily Accountability Minute shot of a single, simple, doable idea, so you can start your day off on the "right foot". You can find The Accountability Minute on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/my-podcast/ as well as on most podcast platforms and in most English-speaking countries. Subscribe to my high-value business success tips and resources Blog https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/blog/) If you are getting value from any of Podcasts, please take a minute to leave me a short rating and review. I would really appreciate it, and love to hear from you. Take advantage of all the complimentary business tips and tools by joining the Free Silver Membership on https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/inner-circle-store/. - Subscribe to my YouTube channel with business success principles (https://www.youtube.com/annebachrach) - Connect with me on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheAccountabilityCoach) - Connect with me on Linked-in (https://www.linkedin.com/in/annebachrach) - Connect with me on Pinterest (https://pinterest.com/resultsrule/) - Connect with me on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/annebachrach/) As an experienced accountability coach and author of 5 books, I help business professionals make more money, work less, and enjoy even better work life balance. Check out my proven business accelerator resources by going to https://www.accountabilitycoach.com/coaching-store/. Author of Excuses Don't Count; Results Rule, Live Life with No Regrets, No Excuses, and the Work Life Balance Emergency Kit, The Roadmap To Success with Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard, and more.

The Ace Couple
Jaiden Animations is AroAce: The Internet's Reaction and What it Means to the Community

The Ace Couple

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 82:52


Popular Animator and YouTuber Jaiden Animations announced that she is AroAce! Rarely do we get real-world representation from someone with this big of a platform, so we talk about her video, the internet's reaction, and what this means to the community.

The Entrepreneur Way
2041: Stop Hanging Around People Who Don't Want to win with Tracy Benson Co-Founder and Owner of Obsesh Media Group Inc

The Entrepreneur Way

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 76:30


Tracy Benson is the CEO and co-founder of Obsesh, the sports marketplace platform connecting consumers to top athletes, and empowering athlete entrepreneurs to manage, merchandise, market, and monetize their fans online. Previously she was Global Chief Marketing Officer at Seek Thermal, Global Chief Marketing & Product Officer at Monster Inc. (maker of Beats by Dre and Monster headphones), Head of Marketing at Best Buy, Hyper-Growth Market leader at The Home Depot (where she developed the first athlete-work program for Olympians) and Sales & Marketing Manager at AT&T. Tracy was an All-Conference NCAA volleyball athlete at Western Illinois University before becoming a professional beach volleyball player. She earned an MBA in Marketing & Finance from the University of Notre Dame. “Fear can kill growth. You can't be afraid, stay focused, understand your why, put your story out there, don't let fear get in the way. Your job is to solve a problem as an entrepreneur. Don't give up to early. Rarely is it a honeymoon other ride rarely but if you have got your purpose and you understand your story keep telling that story keep focused on that story. The journey of how you will solve your problem is going to change because we are in this changing environment”…[Listen for More] Click Here for Show Notes To Listen or to Get the Show Notes go to https://wp.me/p6Tf4b-neZ

Annals On Call Podcast
Intravenous Iron: Rarely a Cause of Anaphylaxis

Annals On Call Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 20:03


Dr. Centor discusses the risk for anaphylaxis with intravenous iron with Drs. Jeffrey Carson and Soko Setoguchi.

26 MOVIES FROM HELL
CRIMES OF THE FUTURE (2022)

26 MOVIES FROM HELL

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 89:38


Rarely do we cover new releases, and rarely do we cover just one film in a single episode, but when it comes to David Cronenberg, and his new film CRIMES OF THE FUTURE, we thought we would make an exception. Join Bradley and his guests Marcus Pinn and John Arminio as they get philosophical and talk about Cronenberg and his latest film CRIMES OF THE FUTURE, one of his best and most exciting films to be released in at least a decade. Article from Marcus discussed on the episode: ARTICLE MARCUS ON TWITTER JOHN ON TWITTER visit www.moviesfromhell.com for more movie stuff   

The Purpose and Beyond Podcast
Wisdom Wednesday - The Dirt Rarely Gets The Glory; The Power of Observation

The Purpose and Beyond Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 40:28


In this week's Wisdom Wednesday, we discuss how some of the very things that shape and mold us into successes are often things that are less flattering and less desirable. But if those things don't play their part, we may not bloom. Also, we discuss the fact that we don't always need intuition to see when people are taking advantage of us. Take a listen!Support the show

Mother Miriam Live
The deeper, rarely taught meaning of Jesus' Ascension

Mother Miriam Live

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 52:57


In today's episode, Mother Miriam reads an article about the Ascension of our Lord, which the Church still technically celebrates for several days after Ascension Sunday.To help keep this and other programs on the air, please donate: https://give.lifesitenews.com/sustainlife?utm_source=mml_053122You can tune in daily at 10 am EST/7 am PST on our Facebook Page: http://FB.com/mothermiriamliveSubscribe to Mother Miriam Live at: http://bit.ly/submml See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

NOQ Report
7 Control-Factors Being Established to Lay the Foundation for The Great Reset

NOQ Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 60:53


As I'm writing this article and broadcasting the latest episode of The Midnight Sentinel, it's Memorial Day. Nearly every Memorial Day has been somber for me, but this year is even more so because I realize the freedoms the men and women in our military have fought and died for are under attack from enemies domestic and abroad. Some would say this has always been the case, but 2022 certainly seems like the closest we've experienced to an existential threat for as long as most of us have been alive.The powers-that-be who are controlling the White House, Capitol Hill, and the largest corporations in the country are in the middle of implementing The Great Reset and they're attacking us from multiple fronts. We've had to deal with two or three at a time in the past, but never in my memory has there been so many all-attacks on our God-given freedoms than what we're seeing today. They are going after the control factors in our lives to bring us to heel before them.I've identified the seven most obvious and, in my humble opinion, important control factors the powers-that-be want to hold over us. Any one of them is enough to make some people beholden to the whims of government and the public-private partnerships they are installing right now. Combine these seven factors and it's clear there would only be a tiny remnant of Americans who are truly free if the New World Order accomplishes this so-called "reset."Rarely do I encourage people to spend an hour listening to my show. I'd love it if everyone does, but I know there are many who simply do not have the time or who just aren't "podcast people." Today's episode is an exception. I ask even those who don't normally listen to give this one special attention. The more people who are properly aware of these seven control factors, the fewer people there will be who are dependent on government to save them.By no means is this my best show. I've had much smoother shows before, but never have I felt such a strong need for people to be aware of what I'm talking about than with this one. None of this is new. There are no surprises or shocking revelations, but seeing and hearing it all as a whole is important in order to bring into perspective the full scope of their nefarious plans. Even this is inadequate; I'd need a 10-hour show just to bring it all together properly. But hopefully this will be a good overview, a starting point from which I can discuss each control factor in more detail in upcoming shows.

Solo Parent Society
The Growth Tool You're Not Considering: Celebration w Nicole Zasowski

Solo Parent Society

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 37:20


Single Parents, we have experienced so much hurt and disappointment, and the list goes on, that we can be too afraid to hope. We want to grow in this season, but often it feels like the best days are behind us. Rarely do we think of celebration as a means to grow… because frankly, it feels like there is so little to celebrate… and day in day out, the best we can do is just to get by… So how can we approach life with an expectant heart and courage to trust God's good gifts again? Our guest, Nicole Zasowski is a licensed marriage and family therapist and the author of a new book called What if It's Wonderful. Today, we discuss The Growth Tool You're Not Considering: Celebration Click here for the detailed show notes, tips and links. Visit to receive a free SPS Welcome Toolkit with links to groups, info and a free book. Join our daily meditational devotional Download our free app - APPLE - ANDROID

Kasterborous: Doctor Who PodKast (with a K)
S1 Ep399: Why Do TV and Movie Prequels Rarely Seem to Work?

Kasterborous: Doctor Who PodKast (with a K)

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 27:21


Prometheus, House of the Dragon, the Star Wars prequel trilogy, and many more all have one thing in common: they're all prequels. While it remains to be seen how House of the Dragon will turn out, looking around there aren't many people crying out for a Game of Thrones prequel. But even if they were, would it be any good? Are prequels really necessary, or are they a waste of time? Does the success rate of prequel shows, movies, and even books suggest they're best avoided? After all, the most interesting times for the characters you love are in the shows you remember. That's what makes the story - doesn't it? Christian Cawley and James McLean discuss. Shownotes Matt Smith in Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon Matt Smith cut from The Rise of Skywalker First of the Summer Wine Star Wars: Jedi Fallen order If you've enjoyed the show, please head to Apple Podcasts to leave a rating and review. Any new reviews will be read out. Not on Apple Podcasts? Leave us a review somewhere else, send the link over on Twitter or Facebook or podkasterborous@gmail.com, and you'll get a mention.

Sigma Sports presents Matt Stephens Unplugged
Giro Unplugged Stages 16 to 21 - Bellisimo Giro di Hindley, mate

Sigma Sports presents Matt Stephens Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 29:44


Matt Stephens joins us from behind the scenes of the Giro d'Italia 2022, in this the fourth and final podcast in this special series. Rarely has a Grand Tour left it so late to be decided, Jai Hindley can put the ghosts of 2020 to rest and the Australian can take home that Maglia Rosa for keeps. Matt reflects on the final six stages of this wonderful race picking out his highlights and key moments that will live long in his memory.

The Strong Life Project Podcast
EP 2271 Rarely will people overvalue you

The Strong Life Project Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 10:22


People will only value you at the level you set. Choose wisely. The post EP 2271 Rarely will people overvalue you appeared first on The Strong Life Project.

Power Up for Profits Podcast
225: Shining "Light" on a Gentle World the Vegan Way

Power Up for Profits Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 30:38


Rarely does one have the opportunity to sit down with a true pioneer and legend of the vegan movement. I had this unique experience when I talked with Light, Co-Founder of Gentle World, the “vegan intentional” organization which became a 501(c)(3) non profit educational organization in 1981. Vegan intentional, simply means being vegan with pure intention of compassion, love and kindness. It is obvious Light, a quiet, soft-spoken man, whose life has impacted countless men and women, teens and youth by his gentle wisdom, lives this philosophy in all he does. It all started with the first full-length vegan cookbook in the United States: The Cookbook for People Who Love Animals. Written during a time most people had no idea what a vegan was, nor what vegans stood for, this book has led the charge of healthy, compassionate eating. Even publishers were resistant to using the term vegan in books since very few people had any idea what it meant. Despite this, The Cookbook for People Who Love Animals has sold well over 100,000 copies since it was first published. Full interview at www.veganvisibility.com/gentleworld VEGAN INFLUENCE Are you a plant based lifestylist or vegan who wants to inspire others? Join in the Certification to be an Ambassador. http://www.wediditsummits.com 

Sound Mind Set
MONDAY, MAY 30 2022

Sound Mind Set

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 9:33


We'll begin our week with 1 Peter 2:1-3 … So get rid of all evil behavior. Be done with all deceit, hypocrisy, jealousy, and all unkind speech. Like newborn babies, you must crave pure spiritual milk so that you will grow into a full experience of salvation. Cry out for this nourishment, now that you have had a taste of the Lord's kindness. (NLT) One of the first signs of personal growth and spiritual maturity is that our desires start to change. Rarely will that take place overnight, but over time. To be blunt, the cravings for sin just start to decrease and the desire for the good, right, and pure things of God slowly overcome old habits and patterns and the replacement process begins. This can be seen in where we no longer wish to go, to people we no longer choose to be around, or things we lose the desire to do. Listen now to this same passage in The Message Bible … So clean house! Make a clean sweep of malice and pretense, envy and hurtful talk. You've had a taste of God. Now, like infants at the breast, drink deep of God's pure kindness. Then you'll grow up mature and whole in God. Take a moment to consider where you know your desires have changed. Relationships, friendships, places, activities? Sometimes we have to stop and realize that we have allowed something to fall away, recognize anything that we have let go of, or something new we have started, as a positive step of growth in our lives. If you realize or recognize a change, celebrate that growth. A win is a win. Let's pray together: “Heavenly Father, thank You for how You have changed my mind, my heart, my attitude, my taste for things of the past, and my desire for the things of You. Help me to keep growing, one day, one step at a time. As above, so below.”

Dubious
Monkeypox: Natural Emergence or Bioweapon?

Dubious

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 56:55


What is monkeypox and how did it get here?We're talking about the monkeypox virus: its incubation period, symptoms, transmission, how contagious it is, treatment and mortality rate. It's similar to smallpox, which only two countries are officially in possession of WHO authorized smallpox repositories of. Iraq, North Korea and France are also believed to possess “illegal” stockpiles. If you enjoy our content, become a patron and unlock our premium episodes. 1 We discuss how Russia produced tons of biological weapons using similar plagues. As Pulitzer Prize winner Ed Yong of The Atlantic said, “The US has spent decades thinking about how to handle smallpox bioterrorism. The two cases of monkeypox in 2021 provided handy test runs for those plans.” The State Centre for Research on Virology and Biotechnology in Novosibirsk called Vector is in possession of smallpox and anthrax, as well as more recent pathogens like Ebola. 2 Smallpox had a 30% fatality rate at its peak. Monkeypox is between 1-10% depending on the strain and care available. The COVID SARS 2 R0 is 8. Monkeypox's R naught is less than 1 (average) so far. R0 is the average number of people who will contract a disease from one person with that disease. Although it's rare, if you have swollen lymph nodes, fever, headaches, pustules, puss filled blisters, or lesions on your hands and feet, extremities, and face you should probably head to the ER... Monkeypox is transmitted by bodily fluids. It is not an airborne virus like COVID, monkeypox is also a DNA virus so it doesn't mutate easily. The virus is mostly carried by rodents. In 2003 USA had a monkeypox outbreak in Illinois after an import of rodents from Ghana. What's different now is so many cases without a clear prime source. Rarely, monkeypox makes away from it's endemic areas in Nigeria, Ghana, and Congo. When it does,outbreaks are usually in the single digits, not this time. On May 20th confirmed cases were in the US, UK, Spain, and Portugal. As we record on May 24, monkeypox is in all NATO countries plus a few. Those first affected were men who have sex with men. It is important to not stigmatize any group of people. Early narratives about a disease can become lore. And narratives turned stigma can stop people from reporting symptoms. Stigma and disinformation is exactly what evangelical Republicans and the Russian orthodox church will likely do, though. We discuss Russian experiments with Marburg, Ebola, bubonic plague, anthrax, HIV, and camelpox. Catherine the Great was the first Russian vaccinated for smallpox, and all these years later this outbreak has the stocks of companies with an interest in vaccines like TPOXX and TEMBEXA such as Siga, Tonix Pharmaceuticals, Emergent BioSolutions, and Bavarian Nordic soaring. We discuss Vektor Labs in Koltsovo, Siberia (as well as its predecessor, Biopreparat) where Putin's doctors work on the latest vaccines... they say... maybe also bioweapons. Ilya Drozdov was in charge of Vector, but he's now the world's most famous missing scientist, either accidentally or on purpose. If there is still a Russian bioweapons program they're in volation of the Biological Weapons Convention. Vector is the second largest such facility in the world behind the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. Our Russian bioweapons history knowledge mostly comes from defector Ken Alibek who testified about his time in Russian bioweapons research before Congress. 1. Mary G. Reynolds et al. ...Risk Factors for Human Monkeypox.... Emerging Infectious Diseases. Vol 13, November 2007. ⇤2. Ed Yong. So Have You Heard About Monkeypox?. The Atlantic. May 2022. ⇤

Chasing Immortality
Sokushinbutsu: Self Mummification

Chasing Immortality

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 36:53


Listeners, usually our episodes are about greedy individuals searching for immortality to satisfy their own need for glory. Rarely do we get to share a story of those who are seeking eternity in an attempt to benefit their own version of the greater good. Today might just be that tale.

The Shift
It's rarely personal with Leland Long

The Shift

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 52:49


Myself and Leland Long chat about how it's rarely personal when someone does something, how we can sometimes make it about ourselves. We chat about how some people are secure and others have to learn how to be. Leland has a podcast on silly invention ideas so he tries to do some fun sex and dating inventions! Follow Leland @LelandcomedySign up to patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theshiftpodcastEmail: contacttheshift@gmail.com or DM on instahttps://www.instagram.com/katieboylecomic See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud
92. Design Intent, Comedy & Tragedy

UnMind: Zen Moments With Great Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 23:22


It is laugh or cry —the tragedy of humansin hormonal rage.* * *This is one I did not want to have to write. But owing to the resurgence of mass shootings — emerging to fill the gap, now that the COVID pandemic has cut us some slack — I feel I would be remiss to continue along the lines of treating less controversial dimensions of design thinking, Zen, and the reality we face. Perhaps because I have recently re-watched some old videos of George Carlin and Richard Pryor, I am subject to irresistible flashes of standup routines parodying relentless social issues, in that half-awake, half-asleep state of awareness known as hypnogogic or hypnopompic, depending on whether you are retreating from, or returning to, full consciousness, reminiscent of the old Taoist Zhuang Zhou's famous saying:I dreamed I was a butterfly, flitting around in the sky; then I awoke. Now I wonder: Am I a man who dreamt of being a butterfly, or am I a butterfly dreaming that I am a man?Butterflies, of course, are known for flitting from flower to flower, gathering nectar I suppose, but at the same time, distributing pollen for the reproductive needs of the plants in question, the flowers being their genitalia. A very public case of in flagrante delicto, usually considered an act of wrongdoing. Which brings up another quote, from the Precepts of Zen Buddhism as currently received in ceremony:Honor the body; do not engage in sexual misconductWhich, in turn, begs the question of which kind of sexual behaviors amount to misconduct, and which do not. A tellingly large portion of religious, philosophical and ideological beliefs is devoted to making the cultural norms on this question as explicit as possible, with variations from culture to culture, loosely construed as “values.” One need look no further than the animal kingdom, particularly that of the insect world, to find that, as far as Nature is concerned, anything goes, basically, and not to even mention the plant kingdom. If a human being were to emulate or imitate any one of thousands of behaviors found in the fecund orgy going on out there, they would be driven out of society with no mercy. Marquis de Sade, move over.This discussion inevitably moves into treacherous territory, skating on the thin ice covering theistic beliefs in the creation of humankind, and God's divine intervention from the get-go in our daily affairs, no pun. Theists, please forgive me in advance — I mean no disrespect — but as a designer I have to give license to an interpretation of Intelligent Design from a perspective embracing human frailty and folly. I find myself — or rather my unchained, dreamy unconscious — imagining the “design arguments” familiar from struggles with problem definition and solution in professional design circles, only the kind that must have arisen from time to time on “God's Design Committee.” Any one experienced in a design-build organization at any scale will tell you that teams of specialists typically actualize the output of the conceptual Genius, who himself is far too busy with bigger things to be bothered with the details.I suppose it would be theologically proper to speak of God's “angels” discussing these ideas in process, probably a committee of elders and perhaps some creative youngsters. Delegated the task of detailing the nuts and bolts of God's vision — as sentient beings evolve through the inevitable developmental stages, from the earliest glimmerings as single-celled organisms through ever-more complex forms, until finally arriving at the absolute apogee of all creation — thee and me, in all our homeliness.A few perhaps impertinent questions naturally arise as to how, exactly, this might have transpired. Of particular relevance to the current topic would be those surrounding the reproductive design of the only being “made in God's own image,” after all, and the lively debate that must have taken place amongst those responsible for final design intent — form, features and styling — and implementation. Surely there must have been some competing opinions as to best potential solutions.For example — and this pivots toward the issue of violence and its possible root causes, so buckle up (or conversely, loosen your belt) — the cultural meme against masturbation. Not a historian, so not sure how widespread this prohibition has been in the development of civilization (using the term loosely), but certainly grew up in the inhibitory climate of the 1950s, myself.As an aside, by the fourth grade, I could already draw pretty well, and had initiated a comic strip about our family's pet fox terrier, a couple of years earlier. My best friend in middle school brought what was called an “eight-pager” in those days, a primitive form of pornographic comic book featuring Betty Boop and Dick Tracy, which he had obtained from his older brother. I decided to try my hand at drawing naked women, and turned out to be pretty good at it, minus the details, of course, of which I was blissfully ignorant. When one of my sketches came to the attention of the teacher, she demanded to know who was the ringleader. All my friends in the classroom pointed at me. My first betrayal. Busted at 10 for running a porn ring.From a personal perspective, the intervening scope creep in porn — from the cartoon book I was exposed to, to the advent of Playboy Magazine, culminating in the cascade of virtual information overload available online today — is breathtaking. Whether this is having a majorly negative or positive impact on today's youth, I am not sure. In one sense, it is better to know, than to have to imagine, the gross details of “bumping uglies,” as a Hollywood film so charmingly put it. In another sense, a bit of mystery does not hurt. Ignorance is not necessarily bliss, in all cases.From a religio-theistic perspective — if I may be permitted the coinage — sexual exploration and giving in to our desires is not given much cover. From an early age we are admonished to not — as my beer-drinking, tobacco-chewing, Jehovah's Witness maternal grandmother put it so delicately — “go around acting like dogs.” In every other respect, of course, we virtually worship the dog, which, spelled backwards, is… never mind. Dog has buddha-nature. Let it go at that.But back to the committee: if God really didn't want us to play with ourselves, why did S/he make our hands come out exactly where our genitals are located? They — the latter, that is — could have been located in the middle of our back, where they would be virtually unreachable. Which would lend new meaning to the song, “Back-to-back; belly-to-belly; well I don't give a damn ‘cause I done that already.” I can remember from the tender age of six or so becoming aroused simply by sleeping on my belly. To this day I cannot see how that situation was somehow my fault.I could go on. But to return to the main thrust of the dreamworld: When the assignment hit the desks of the co-chairs (Heaven must be highly organized), they would have called the committee together for some initial brainstorming, perhaps with some high-level aspirational direction from the Big Guy himself. The team had just successfully completed the exhaustive establishment of all manner of mammals around the world, and were basking in the glow of that accomplishment. So when considering this next task — the ultimate challenge of the top-of-the-line model of sentient beings, a cut above all other animals, requiring a breakthrough yet to be determined — what did they do? Like most design teams in that situation, they played it safe. Landing on a small refinement of the latest in that series, with some tweaking, that turns out to be what we cavalierly call the “hairless ape.” A caveat — no slur intended on other innocent bipeds, who would likely regard some of our behavior as unforgivable, or at least unconscionable. One of Buddha's honorifics is translated “honored among bipeds.” Not making this up.So when it came to the reproductive system of a species designed for eternal life in Heaven if not on Earth, what did they come up with? Mammal is a mammal is a mammal. I think it likely that at least one of the committee members, perhaps a few of the younger and less jaded, might have objected. “You're telling me that this, our highest achievement, will have one with an innie and one with an outie — and have to stick the outie into the innie in order to reproduce? That's disgusting.” “Yeah, that's just another mammal, man!” “Why can't we do something nice and clean, like we did with that amoeba. Just split in half, clean break down the middle. No muss, no fuss.”Well, we can't blame them. Maybe the obiter dictum came down that He Who Shall Not Be Ignored wanted it that way. Just wanted to make things a little more challenging for his only begotten. Like that just-another-ape thing. Give the old ego something to work on. Just spit-balling here.Someone capable of thinking ahead would offer, “Well, then, for something this intelligent, we are going to have to make that feel really good. Otherwise you're going to get pushback. Have to stuff a lot of nerve endings in there, maybe sacrifice some in the back. Where, remember, I was the one who suggested we put the reproductive junk in the first place.” Some ideas die hard.So the tragedy of what we see happening today may have had comic cosmic beginnings. Nonetheless, it is necessary to take a sober look at where this particular madness is coming from. This constitutes a real exercise in problem definition. Which is our only hope of finding a solution.When we look at the mass murders now taking place weekly, like some kind of insane competition — and the parallel phenomenon of so-called suicide-bombers (some would say homicide-bombers) from a different culture — an eerie commonality emerges. One theory I came across in what passes for cool and collected scrutiny today is that these incidents are largely the brainchild of young men, probably “incels” — involuntary celibates — a term coined relatively recently. Which suggests that the prevailing witches' brew of seductive and restrictive cultural conditions may not have obtained in the past. Of course, a mere couple of centuries or so ago, no one person could have so casually pulled together the means of mass murder and destruction on offer, and on demand, today. Violent repression leads to violent expression.Speculation on the pathology of the madness, meaning its true causes, abounds. In ancient times, in one particular city-state in early Greece, the local overlord decided it would be a good idea to parade all nubile young women through the streets, nearly naked. Purportedly in order that the young men could see what ladies look like under their clothes, to remove some of the mystery, and relieve the urge, to that degree. Young men, in turn, apparently competed naked in sporting competitions, presumably with young women permitted to watch. The important thing was who won the game, after all. Nowadays maybe scantily-clad cheerleaders represent the vestigial remains of those traditions.Speaking of scantily-clad: “Quora Digest.” This site pops up on my email daily, maybe more than once. Under the guise of featuring factoids of general interest, including a heavy obsession with Beatlemania and Nazi stories, the lead item always has something to do with photos of youngish female celebrities: wardrobe failures, T&A, boobs and butts, beaver shots, et cetera. Soft porn. Rarely is the subject of the feature male nudity, and never their accidentally exposed parts.With this kind of “infotainment” readily available today, in our hyper-sexualized media and culture, even to those most sheltered by parental controls, it is no wonder that the youth are obsessed with sex. Boys in full hormonal rage are confronted with images of nearly-naked women on all fronts, and the harder porn message is that they all want it, bad. But when they turn to their own immediate circle, they are met with rejection, ridicule and scorn. Their personal reality is badly out of sync with their perceived social reality. One definition of madness.It reminds me of an incident a good friend in college once related. He was a lifeguard on the beaches of New York in his high-school days, when one day a little girl, maybe five years old, came running up to him wrapped in a towel. Suddenly she flung open the towel, revealing her stark naked body, shouting “No shame! No shame!” then ran off to accost her next convert.I, too, wish we could all walk around naked, with notable exceptions. If the Emperor literally has no clothes, you could literally not un-see that. I had a friend in Chicago who, with his two girlfriends after his first marriage ended, were nudists. He was well-endowed, worked as a trainer in a gym, and was always encouraging everyone to get naked, asserting that if you did, you would not have much more to hide. I knew him well enough to know that he still had plenty to hide, fully starkers, though I did not tell him so. There's more to that story, but I will leave you wanting more.Suppression and repression are defined as pretty much synonymous in the dictionary, so I do not know which would be more appropriate to define the attitude toward sexuality, and its public presentation, in the context under consideration. Currently parents are up in arms over teaching critical race theory, the racial replacement conspiracy, and sexuality, in schools. I think these are all facets of one private problem. And that the violence we are witness to all too frequently is its public manifestation. Like most maladies, it is not going to get any better on its own. The question is, What to do? First, define it.The reemergence of conservative ideology and values in countries dominated by Islamic extremists appears to be another example of this same syndrome. The cultural imperative may be the opposite — women required to go full burqa in public, accompanied by a male 24/7, et cetera, only serves to exacerbate the situation they are trying to control. Hiding the body may inflame the hormonal dysplasia afflicting the young men of the society. The proposed solution to the problem is different, but like the televangelist caught with the prostitute, making something absolutely evil is to make it absolutely irresistible. Especially if it feels good. Addiction occurs because the drugs work.Bodhidharma, the great sage credited with brining Zen Buddhism to China, is reputed to have encouraged fellow monks to watch animals fight, in order to learn how to defend themselves without weapons against armed opponents, by whom they were frequently attacked. Religious jealousy and animus are not recent phenomena. This was one of the origins of the martial arts, according to the story. But he did not suggest that they observe animals for instruction in the romantic arts as well. Monks were mostly celibate, if you accept the historicity of the written record. Likewise, we are not going to go there. I leave to your imagination what kind of Kama Sutra might have emerged.The disconnect between the social and personal worlds revealed by these mass killings, or even individual suicide, is a universal condition shared by all who have reached their maturity. Meditation is the direct way to resolve all such seeming contradictions. In this context, masturbation is not wrong, but meditation is better. Those who would argue that any waste of sperm is an abomination should consider the amount of semen in a typical ejaculation, estimated in the hundreds of millions. What are the odds that any but the most minuscule percentage will ever impregnate an egg? Do the math.Buddha himself is said to have lived a life of dissipation and self-gratification under the care of his family, who wanted him to inherit leadership of the Shakya clan, rather than take up the life of an itinerant religious leader, as had been prophesied. He is said to have become so “refined” — we would say “jaded” — that he no longer desired anything. This disaffection, along with his reputed estrangement from the intense suffering he witnessed, led to his leaving home on a quest for salvation, the beginning of Buddhism.But Buddha's ultimate insight became the basis for the Middle Way, the instruction that the extremes of self-gratification and self-mortification were equally “unworthy and unprofitable,” and the Eightfold Path, completing the triangle of findings, conclusions and recommendations that any worthwhile research study must produce, in order to be useful to oneself or others. For him, and for innumerable followers of the Zen way, these teachings stand as a most comprehensive definition of the fundamental problem of existence. They also offer a universal solution. The only thing is to get on with it.* * *Elliston Roshi is guiding teacher of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center and abbot of the Silent Thunder Order. He is also a gallery-represented fine artist expressing his Zen through visual poetry, or “music to the eyes.”UnMind is a production of the Atlanta Soto Zen Center in Atlanta, Georgia and the Silent Thunder Order. You can support these teachings by PayPal to donate@STorder.org. Gassho.Producer: Kyōsaku Jon Mitchell

The Heresy Financial Podcast
A Generational Wealth Creation Opportunity

The Heresy Financial Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 19:10


Rarely in investing to opportunities like this come about. But about once every generation, certain asset classes are hated and feared so much by the market that they are valued far below what they should be. It is only a matter of time before the market realizes the insane value available and a flood of money rushes in to take advantage. Now is that time, and you have a chance to buy great companies at even greater prices.   This video was conducted on behalf of GoldMining Inc, and was funded by Gold Standard Media LLC and/or affiliates. For our full disclaimer, please visit: https://portal.goldstandardir.com/disclaimer/GOLD-169

SvenZone Info & Podcast Feed
349 - How Evangelicals Greatly Misunderstand "Deconstructed" Christians

SvenZone Info & Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 41:22


Katie Hays is an author, church planter, pastor, educated at MIT, Yale and Princeton: and she taught us a new word: "Fundagelical."  That's what her and I (Joey) were, before going through the scary process of faith change.  With her new book ("God Gets Everything God Wants") as the context, we discuss a variety of topics:-How we were once both convinced of our narrow view of faith being the only right one.-Accepting the bible has multiple "takes" on a particular subject and inerrancy falls a part.-How evangelicals' "gospel news" may be incomplete- Blame the "capital C church" needs to accept-The "slippery slope" of deconstruction that led to our freedom-The humility required for deconstruction.-Rarely does  one set out to deconstruct her faith. -What the church has learned from the LGBTQ community -The relentless faith and devoutness of a "deconstructed Christian."-The pain of loved ones' misunderstandings of your deconstruction  - When Joey's mom was with child (with Joey), prophesies were made about Joey by a spirit-filled prayer group of Catholic women  On a "fun scale" of 1-10, this conversation was a 10 for me.   -- Joey Kate Hays  Website / Book / Twitter / ChurchSupport the Show / Bear W/ Community The Raffle Venmo  - each dollar you send  counts as one raffle ticketJoin the Bear W/ Community for a month, each dollar for your tier counts as one raffle ticket.Bear W// Community VideoReceive "Welcome Packet" via REMIND app (you sign up. We'll send shortly after). SIgn up for Joey's "Bear Experience" The Original, 4-week Bear Group Experience -- 12 SEATS for June.Socials  Join our mailing list to keep up with everything.Joey/PWNA Instagram and TwitterJoin the PWNA Discussion Facebook GroupWe are on YouTube. PWNAcontact@gmail.com  for correspondence.ThanksTheme song, courtesy of Derek MinorOther music originally composed by Joel Hamilton and Joel Hamilton + friends.  Support the show

Leadership is Female
Laser Focus with Noel Mirhadi, Music Talent Agent at UTA

Leadership is Female

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 46:11


Noël Mirhadi is an agent in the Music division of UTA, a leading global talent and entertainment company. In this role, Mirhadi focuses on booking artists into all venue types including performing arts centers, clubs, theaters, amphitheaters, and festivals. Noel attended college at Syracuse, moved to NY, started as a receptionist and is now in LA working for United Talent Agency in her dream role. If you listen closely, Noel tells us how she did it. Two words: laser focus. About UTA Leading global talent, entertainment, and sports company UTA represents many of the most acclaimed figures across film, television, news, music, sports, speakers, theater, fine art, literature, video games, podcasts and other social and digital content. A passionate advocate for artists, creators and innovators, the company also is recognized in the areas of film finance and packaging, branding, licensing and endorsements. UTA is known for its dedicated digital media group helping clients—from A-list talent to Fortune 500 companies—capitalize on a rapidly changing entertainment, media and business landscape. The agency's worldwide presence includes its Los Angeles headquarters and offices in New York, London, Nashville, and Atlanta. “Rarely are opportunities presented to you in a perfect way. In a nice little box with a yellow bow on top. ‘Here, open it, it's perfect. You'll love it.' Opportunities – the good ones – are messy, confusing and hard to recognize. They're risky. They challenge you.” Susan Wojcicki- CEO, YouTube Follow Noel at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/noël-mirhadi-2637a76/ https://www.instagram.com/noel.mirhadi/ Follow Leadership is Female at: www.leadershipisfemale.com https://www.instagram.com/leadershipisfemale/ https://www.instagram.com/emilyjaenson/

More Intelligent Tomorrow: a DataRobot Podcast
Disrupting a Market is Rarely an Overnight Transformation - Peter Coffee

More Intelligent Tomorrow: a DataRobot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 42:49


Disrupting a market is rarely an overnight transformation. And the right leaders see disruption as an ongoing process, not a one-time event. Peter Coffee was the first person at Salesforce with the word “platform” in his title. This was in an era where the idea of cloud computing was still in its infancy. He's spent the last 15 years helping transform Salesforce from a company that sold CRM software into one that offers an entire cloud platform designed to enable companies to offer complete solutions to their customers.MIT host Dave Anderson caught up with Peter and asked him about how he thinks the future of the workforce will shape up over the coming years.76% of workers say they are unequipped for the future of work. The traditional way to address this problem would have been to hire new talent out of college who would come in equipped with the tools and skills needed for the new landscape of the business world. But Peter feels new talent doesn't yet have the experience developed over time to really help customers solve their problems. He feels the answer to this problem is continuous education within the workforce. That's the idea behind Salesforce's Trailhead product. "We need to get back to a much more organic idea of what it means to learn and to adapt."Usually, AI projects fail because of a team's ability to implement, learn, and change the way they work. Changing the idea of ongoing skill learning requires it to be part of a company's culture. And to change that culture, you need to hire people who can change it.  Peter says, if you hire for talent, you're hiring for skills that can be taught. But if you hire for fit, you're hiring for someone who won't challenge you in your thinking. He suggests you hire someone who will challenge you."People are so much more capable than they're treated as being."Dave wonders if a lack of urgency is part of the reason more companies don't make similar changes.Too many companies focus on what they do and not on why. If they open themselves up to asking why they do what they do, then they're open to creating disruptive solutions.Companies tend to focus on what leads to being better, faster, and cheaper than their competitor. But there's a physical limit to those factors. Offering solutions to your customers opens limitless opportunities.The iPod is a great example. Steve Jobs's vision wasn't about making a digital music player, it was about putting thousands of songs in your pocket. It was about offering the whole solution. This meant the iPod could adapt and grow with each generation to be an ecosystem and not just a single purpose device.Listen to this episode to learn about:Preparing the workforce for the futureWhat it takes to be a better leaderCreating moments of transitionA new concept for continuous learning in the workplaceThe keys to giving customers a differentiating experience

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
7 Unexpected Amazing Benefits of Zinc That You've Rarely Heard About

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 9:35


Stabilizing insulin is just one of the amazing benefits of zinc—you won't believe the others! FREE COURSE ➜ ➜ https://courses.drberg.com/product/how-to-bulletproof-your-immune-system/ FREE MINI-COURSE ➜ ➜ Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course! ADD YOUR SUCCESS STORY HERE: https://bit.ly/3z9TviS Find Your Body Type: https://www.drberg.com/body-type-quiz Talk to a Product Advisor to find the best product for you! Call 1-540-299-1557 with your questions about Dr. Berg's products. Product Advisors are available Monday through Friday 8 am - 6 pm and Saturday 9 am - 5 pm EST. At this time, we no longer offer Keto Consulting and our Product Advisors will only be advising on which product is best for you and advise on how to take them. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional & natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government & the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning. Dr. Berg's Website: http://bit.ly/37AV0fk Dr. Berg's Recipe Ideas: http://bit.ly/37FF6QR Dr. Berg's Reviews: http://bit.ly/3hkIvbb Dr. Berg's Shop: http://bit.ly/3mJcLxg Dr. Berg's Bio: http://bit.ly/3as2cfE Dr. Berg's Health Coach Training: http://bit.ly/3as2p2q Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drericberg Messenger: https://www.messenger.com/t/drericberg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drericberg/ YouTube: http://bit.ly/37DXt8C Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/drericberg/

Rise Together Podcast
185: Make Regret Your Resource

Rise Together Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 68:35


This week on Rise Together, Dave is talking about regret. If you are someone who has let regrets overwhelm or even hijack your mental wellbeing, Dave invites you to try and see regret through a different lens. What if a regret was a resource, that if you were able to tap into it, could afford you the learning and the growth and the agency to have a richer, fuller experience. Rarely will you regret a spontaneous decision to be intentional in spending time with the people that you love. And if there's someone who hasn't reached out to you, someone you've not been connected to, even if it's just over a face time or a quick text, please don't take for granted that there will always be tomorrow or always be next week that they can still receive that message. ----------------------------------- Dave's book Built Through Courage is available now! Dave was recently confronted with the fact that he was living the life someone else wanted for him. After weathering a highly publicized personal crisis amid the backdrop of an international pandemic and navigating the enjoyable but unpredictable waters of being a single father to four kids, he has been forced to become the captain of his own life and is ready to teach others how to do the same. I want to be your coach. Yes, YOU! Join me at Growth Day, not for pre-taped lessons, but for weekly LIVE coaching. Click the link and gain access to my coaching + some of the world leaders in personal growth like Brendon Burchard, Jenna Kutcher, Jamie Kern Lima, and more! -> http://bit.ly/daveatgrowth Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices