Episode 47 of the Great Lakes State Football Podcast.Brett, Kory, Vince, & Tate discuss everything football in the Great Lakes State from the last week! This episode primarily serves as a return to our "Around the Horn"-style game, "Around the Lakes", with guest Kanon Dean AKA Goosepoop. We also discuss Games of the Week from last week and this week.Get 20% off NeuroPeak Pro NTEL Belt (code: GLSFB): https://www.neuropeakpro.com/product/ntel-belt/Goosepoop's Twitter: https://twitter.com/goosepoop_fballGoosepoop's Website: https://goosepoop.substack.com/Logo by: @aaron_grebIntro music: Gmac Cash - Lions won https://music.apple.com/us/album/lions-won-single/1599227568 Outro music: Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/pecan-pie/up-and-down License code: XBFY0QBHA9AEQUJ6Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/great-lakes-state-football/id1597487505 Spotify Podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/3uxnRlt9GuOQf5iTX2mOnT?si=0e5ebaa8ad5843df&nd=1Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLSFballInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/greatlakesstatefootball/Timestamps:00:00-3:57 - Intro03:58-39:26 - Goosepoop & Around the Lakes39:27-56:06 - Games of the Week (weeks 4 & 5)56:07-1:00:41 - Fun Fact, Recommendation, Outro
Welcome to Watch. Review. Repeat. This is the podcast where two best friends discuss the latest in film and television and then do it all over again the following episode! Colton and Andrew return with yet another double feature episode! They first head to Palmera City for DC's 'Blue Beetle', then go from gamer to racer in 'Gran Turismo'! 00:00:00 - Intro 00:08:33 - Colton and Andrew's Fun Facts About 'Blue Beetle' and 'Gran Turismo'! 00:18:17 - Pee-wee Herman Actor Paul Reubens Passes Away at Age 70 00:21:21 - 'Euphoria' Star Angus Cloud Dead at Age 25 After Apparent Overdose 00:23:53 - 'Breaking Bad' Supporting Actor Mark Margolis Dead at Age 83 00:27:19 - 'The Exorcist' Director William Friedkin Dead at Age 87 00:32:17 - 'This Is Us' Emmy-Winning Actor Ron Cephas Jones Dies at Age 66 00:34:41 - Longtime 'The Price is Right' Host Bob Barker Dead at Age 99 00:38:37 - 'Margaritaville' Singer-Songwriter Jimmy Buffett Dead at Age 76 00:44:30 - Former Smash Mouth Lead Singer Steve Harwell Dead At Age 56 00:49:29 - 'Dune: Part Two' Delayed to March 2024 Amid Strikes 00:53:14 - Marvel Studios Delays Release Dates of 'Echo' and Other Disney+ Series 00:58:56 - 'Invincible' Season 2 Teaser Trailer 01:02:45 - 'Gen V' Official Teaser Trailer 01:10:05 - 'Loki' Season 2 Official Trailer 01:14:40 - 'I Am Groot' Season 2 Official Trailer 01:18:37 - 'Scott Pilgrim' Official Teaser 01:22:04 - 'Ferrari' Official Teaser Trailer 01:28:27 - Box Office Breakdown: 'Barbie' Joins the Billion Dollar Box Office Club 01:32:04 - Box Office Breakdown: 'Taylor Swift: Eras Tour' Film Breaks Single-Day Presale Record for AMC 01:36:33 - Box Office Breakdown: 'Blue Beetle' and 'Gran Turismo' 01:40:19 - 'Blue Beetle' (Non-Spoilers and Recommendation) 01:58:53 - 'Blue Beetle' (Spoilers) 02:14:52 - 'Gran Turismo' (Non-Spoilers and Recommendation) 02:45:35 - 'Gran Turismo' (Spoilers) 03:02:23 - Listener's Corner ('Gran Turismo', 'Secret Invasion') 03:06:31 - 'Secret Invasion' (Spoilers) 03:18:52 - Catching Up With Andrew (Rocket League, College Football, Baby Bennett Sickness, 'Ahsoka', 'The Last Voyage of the Demeter', Baldur's Gate 3) 03:37:41 - Catching Up With Colton ('The Flash', 'The Crown', 'Star Wars Rebels' Season 3, Queens of the Stone Age and Fall Out Boy Live, Florida and Vermont Trips) 04:02:12 - Conclusion/Outro Visit our website! Support us on Patreon! Thank you for listening, and please send any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org! Intro/Outro Credit: Mechanolith Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Episode Show Notes In this episode we cover: TikTok basics Ratio of engaging posts vs. promotional posts Content creation ideas Capitalising on hype mode and content foraging Using lives to help your launches This week's question is: Do you believe in the idea of a "muse" or do you think writing is purely a discipline? Recommendation of the week is: Kaleidoscope Find out more about A.K. and Anne: Teachable Patreon Podcast Sustainable Socials Website Rebel of the Week is: Anonymous If you'd like to be a Rebel of the week please do send in your story, it can be any kind of rebellion. You can email your rebel story to email@example.com No new patrons this week, but a big thank you to my existing patrons. If you'd like to support the show, and get early access to all the episodes as well as bonus content you can from as little as $2 a month by visiting: www.patreon.com/sachablack THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY KOBO WRITING LIFE Visit Kobo Writing Life here, read the Kobo Writing Life blog here, and listen to their podcast here.
Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast.Subscribe to the newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Why Rebellion is Necessary.Sponsor:Our Patreon SupportersLinks mentioned in this episode:Email ArielleDavid LoosNikki BoyerLast week's podcast picksSpotlightJames Kim interview in Podcast The NewsletterThe New Way We Work from Fast CompanySpock TalkEarBuds blog postsPodnewsHere are this week's podcast picks:Historias Unknown[Redacted] HistoryIt's a ContinentThat Wasn't In My TextbookTo Be a RebelFind the list here_____Apply to have your podcast spotlitSubmit to our Community sectionCurate a listFollow us on TwitterFollow us on Facebook at EarBuds Podcast CollectiveFollow us on InstagramWebsite__________CREDITS:Written by Devon DiComoWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattEngineered by Daniel TureckThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4331067/advertisement
How can mastery help you settle into your business? What can honing your niche do for your private practice? Listen in to hear Linzy and guest Ali Shapiro talk about why it's worth the time and effort it takes to work towards mastery and how slow, steady growth can be the most effective strategy.Linzy and Ali discuss how the money stories we grow up with shape our business practices and how digging into those stories can help us adjust our . Ali also shares about how channeling our creative energy effectively can lead to better business success. Be sure to check out this insightful episode full of thoughtful discussion about how to deepen our expertise, hone our niche, and improve our business.For a full transcript of the episode and much more, check out the blog post on our website!Work with AliAli is launching a new cohort of her Truce Coaching Certification, check that out here: https://alishapiro.com/truce-coaching-certification/And find Ali on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alimshapiro/A Recommendation from LinzyCheck out the Sustainable Practice Roadmap program that my friend and highly sensitive therapist/consultant, April Snow, has created to help overwhelmed highly sensitive therapists feel less overwhelmed and create an outside-the-box practice. The Sustainable Practice Roadmap includes:✅ 6 months of weekly discussion groups + co-working sessions✅ Three 1:1 consultations (50 minutes each)✅ Monthly workshops from guest experts (including me)✅ 12-module self-paced course with systems, tools, and templates✅ 150+ resource and reflection pages in a printed (and digital) workbookCheck out the Sustainable Practice Roadmap here (spots are limited) before September 22, 2023.
In this episode, we dive into the world of FinTech and how it is shaping the investment and financial planning industry. Our guest shares insights on the best tech tools and investment approaches that are making a significant impact in the market. We also discuss the importance of staying up-to-date with the latest trends, such as AI, and how it can benefit both advisors and clients. Join us as we explore the future of technology in finance and the unique approach our guest's company is taking to support tech workers. Don't miss out on this informative and thought-provoking conversation! Eric is a highly experienced professional in the tech industry, with a career spanning 18 and a half years at Amazon. Currently, he serves as the managing principal at Prospero Wealth, where he oversees investments and ensures an exceptional client experience. With 23 years of experience in the tech industry, Eric has established himself as a trusted advisor for tech workers and business owners, helping them navigate the complexities of investing. His credentials include his role as the managing principal at Prospero Wealth, his extensive experience at Amazon, and his dedication to assisting tech professionals in achieving their financial goals. Eric's ethos revolves around providing personalized and strategic investment solutions, tailored to the unique needs of his clients. Through his expertise and commitment to excellence, Eric has become a respected figure in the tech and finance
Steven Woloshin is a professor of medicine and the director of the Center for Medicine and the Media at the Dartmouth Institute and a member of the Dartmouth Cancer Center. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. S. Woloshin and Others. The New USPSTF Mammography Recommendations — A Dissenting View. N Engl J Med 2023;389:1061-1064.
Guest: News 24 Journalist Carol Paton joins John to explain that Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan has rejected Eskom's CEO recommendation.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here is the super spectacular PREVIEW EPISODE FOR FANTASTIC FEST 2023 episode of the most fun horror podcast called ‘My Bloody Podcast‘, where the show is related to all things HORROR! Here on this new episode, hosts Bryan Kluger from Boomstick Comics, High Def Digest, and Screen Rant, along with Preston Barta of Fresh Fiction and the Denton Record-Chronicle, and with Chelsea Fernandez of Fear and Loathing Podcast talk about everything we love about horror movies, tv shows, and horror-themed music. Our Feature Presentation this week is all about the upcoming movies that will premiere at FANTASTIC FEST. My Bloody Podcast iTunes My Bloody Podcast Spotify You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy the show and see you next week! Thank you for listening.
Interview with Esa M. Davis, MD, MPH, USPSTF member and coauthor of Screening for Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy: US Preventive Services Task Force Final Recommendation Statement. Hosted by JAMA Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS. Related Content: Screening for Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy Screening for Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy Hypertension Screening in Pregnancy Screening for High Blood Pressure Disorders During Pregnancy
The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Fond du Lac County; https://bit.ly/3Lms7obThe Cabin is also presented by Jolly Good Soda, available in all your classic favorite flavors that we remember from childhood. The diet line offers 0 calories, 0 carbs, 0 sugars, and no caffeine – perfect for mixers or just enjoying on a warm summer day (or any day, for that matter); always Wisconsin-based, you can follow @jollygoodsoda on social for the latest on new flavors, fun promotions, and more. Learn more here; https://bit.ly/3TSFYY4 Campfire Conversation: Eric and Ana discuss Wisconsin's five designed scenic byways and why each is a beautiful drive, with a little help from our friends. Jon Jarosh from Destination Door County joins for a look at the Door County Coastal Byway, 66 miles of beauty and charming towns on the Door Peninsula along Highways 42 and 57, from Sturgeon Bay north to beautiful coasts, state and county parks, and towns like Egg Harbor, Fish Creek, Ephraim, Sister Bay, Ellison Bay, Gills Rock, Baileys Harbor, and Jacksonport. Mary Motiff from Bayfield County (and the mayor of its county seat, Washburn) joins for the Lake Superior Scenic Byway conversation. The Byway covers 70 miles along Highway 13 in Bayfield County, showing off the beauty of the northern coast of the state from near Ashland through Washburn and Bayfield over to Cornucopia, Port Wing, and Herbster with beaches, forest, orchards, wineries, and even the first National Tribal Park in the nation along the way. Josh Ostermann joins Eric and Ana in The Cabin for a look at the others (yes, pizza gets a mention.) The Nicolet-Wolf River Scenic Byway is the newest, covering 145 miles through the Nicolet National Forest and along the beautiful Wolf River, which has a National Scenic River designation. It winds through Forest, Langlade, Oneida and Vilas Counties along segments of Highways 55, 52, 32, and 70 with connections to a wide variety of multi-use, all-season trails. The Lower Wisconsin River State Scenic Byway covers 100 miles along Highway 60 from Lodi to Bridgeport by Prairie du Chien, giving you a nice cross-section of Wisconsin's incredible Driftless Area and the shifting courses of the Wisconsin River and its valley. Finally, Wisconsin's segment of the Great River Road gets covered as it runs along the Mississippi River from East Dubuque to Prescott. This multi-state byway actually begins in Minnesota and follows the Mississippi River for 10 states until it ends in New Orleans, Louisiana, but Wisconsin's segment is the most scenic (by many measures, not just ours!) It covers 250 miles, much of it along Highway 35, through 33 river towns. These include some of the oldest settlements in the state, the dynamic city of La Crosse as well as Prairie du Chien (the only place where two state designated scenic byways meet) and charming smaller towns like Trempealeau, Stockholm, Pepin, Alma, Fountain City, and Potosi. You can enjoy many scenic overlooks, with some great birding opportunities including bald eagles. All in all, Wisconsin's five designated scenic byways provide over 600 miles of road trip beauty and fun. Be sure to check out our Discover Wisconsin episode on the two coastal byways coming up!Links to more:Door County Coastal Byway: https://doorcountycoastalbyway.org/Lake Superior Scenic Byway: https://www.bayfieldcounty.wi.gov/855/Scenic-Byway and https://www.bayfield.org/Nicolet-Wolf River Scenic Byway: https://nicoletwolfriverbyway.com/Lower Wisconsin River Road Scenic Byway: https://www.facebook.com/Scenic60 or http://statetrunktour.com/routes/60-2/ Wisconsin's Great River Road: https://www.wigrr.com/
On this episode, we are joined by Tim, Donny, Jeshua, and Marcel to discuss what we're currently watching, things we're looking forward to reading, biggest haters in Anime, and much more! Tap in and let us know what you think!
It's Episode 215 of Superchuckamania! How very exciting~! We talk about some topics, do I need to detail every single one here in this description? Maybe not. But be assured that we fully appreciate the people that read the notes :) We have loads here, a trip to the hospital, the Rolling Stones are back with new music, Captain is on the move again, a COFFEE update, are the aliens here?, Plays has been working hard, the MTV VMA's happened, a reminder to NOT watch the news, supermarket workers wearing bodycams?, just to name a few, there is LOADS more but I can't write it all down, then you might not listen to the whole show! OK fine.. there is 'Did Anybody Die?', Recommendations & MORE. You can X/TWEET at us @superchuckaman1, we're on instagram as superchuckamania or you can just get us on the old-fashioned Email at email@example.com and tell us your thoughts :)
Building off the previous episode on depression, suicide, and CS education, this episode is a supercut of guests responding to how they take care of themselves and stave off burnout. If you have not done so yet, I highly recommend listening to part 1, part 2, and part 3 to hear perspectives from other guests.Click here for this episode's show notes.How to Get Started with Computer Science Education━━━━━━━━━━━━━00:00 Intro00:35 154 Decolonizing Education through SEL and PBL with Matinga Ragatz02:43 156 See, What Had Happened with Andre Daughty09:18 165 Intersections of Equity, Making, and Computer Science with Roxana Hadad18:24 173 Empathetic Listening in Computer Science with Josh Sheldon19:38 189 Computational Literacies with Michael Horn22:25 More resources around burnout22:47 Outro
Insert Credit Scottish Correspondent Mathew Kumar joins the panel to answer MoxBagel's questions on Dragon Quest's art style, mutants without souls, and Zom Brady. Hosted by MoxBagel, with Frank Cifaldi, Tim Rogers, and Mathew Kumar. Edited by Esper Quinn, original music by Kurt Feldman. Questions this week: When has depriving you of your equipment or weapons felt best in a video game? (05:19) What video game house would you want to live in? (08:40) What other Bobble genres should Taito explore? (12:16) How big of an influence on Dragon Quest is Toriyama's art? (16:02) What would be the best type of game to release in weekly small installments over 5-6 months like a TV show? (21:33) What futuristic sports game would make the best transition to real life, assuming an unlimited budget? (28:29) Has any game captured the elegant action of Yuen Woo Ping's fight choreography? (34:34) What game is most improved by promoting and powering up the lowliest enemy to be the final boss? (40:18) LIGHTNING ROUND: Scottish Games Shootout (43:22) Recommendations and Outro (53:10) Discuss this episode in the Insert Credit Forums A SMALL SELECTION OF THINGS REFERENCED: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Final Fantasy VII Densha de Go! Final Karateka The Making of Karateka Wolfenstein: The New Order Nintendo Brain Game series Final Fantasy VI Fortnite: Battle Royale The Last Express Train Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire Unreal Tournament Animal Crossing series The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Castlevania: Symphony of the Night The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Super Metroid Metroid Prime Days Gone Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Tomb Raider series Perfect Dark Final Fantasy VIII Alan Wake Grand Theft Auto series Cyberpunk 2077 System Shock Yakuza / Ryū ga Gotoku series Bubble Bobble Bust-A-Move Bubblen Roulette Elevator Action Returns The Ninja Warriors Space Invaders Pocky & Rocky series Toki: Going Ape Spit Hatsune Miku licensees Power Blade Chase H.Q. Kick Master Lucky & Wild Dragon Quest series Akira Toriyama Rumiko Takahashi Jean Giraud Dr. Slump Wizardry games Panzer Dragoon Sam & Max licensees Kentucky Route Zero Succession The Great Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball Speedball series Cyberball Blood of Heroes AKA The Salute of the Jugger (1989) Jugger Quidditch Rocket League Soccer Brawl Sensible World of Soccer Mutant League Football XFL Anthony Fauci Yuen Woo-ping Shachō Eiyūden: The Eagle-Shooting Heroes Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon Jet Li: Rise to Honor Punch-Out!! Dark Souls III Super Mario Bros. Recommendations: Mathew: the Games for the Weans Scottish Game Sale Frank: The Video Game History Hour MoxBagel: Raining in the Mountain (1975) This week's Insert Credit Show is brought to you by patrons like you. Thank you. Subscribe: RSS, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and more!
ℹ️ IntroductionWelcome back to another episode of Frugalpreneur! I'm your host, Sarah St John, and today we have an incredible guest joining us, Liz Wilcox. If you've ever wondered how to effectively use email marketing without breaking the bank, this is the episode for you. Liz shares her expertise on optimizing emails to build connections with your audience, increase open rates, and avoid the dreaded spam folder. We'll learn about the importance of personalizing your emails, crafting attention-grabbing subject lines, and tracking the right metrics to measure engagement. Liz also dives into strategies for building your email list without spending money on ads and highlights the power of podcasts and in-person events in growing your visibility. Plus, she recommends the best email service provider for your business needs and provides valuable insights into the frugal yet rewarding world of email marketing. So, grab your favorite pen and notepad because you won't want to miss a minute of this episode packed with practical tips for the frugalpreneur in all of us. Let's jump right in!
Dr. Andy Wolf is a research scientist, professor at Tarleton State University, and a former college coach and baseball player. He has conducted extensive research in the field of sports science, focusing on improving training methods for various athletic populations, including baseball players and rodeo athletes. Dr. Wolf discusses his research on improving training methods for baseball players and rodeo athletes. He emphasizes the importance of individualized training based on specific positions and the need to consider factors such as grip strength and arm angles. He also explores the use of technology, such as GPS and arm sleeves, to monitor and adjust training load. Dr. Wolf highlights the significance of resilience in training and the potential benefits of incorporating ice baths. He concludes by discussing his study on the correlation between grip strength and hitting performance metrics in collegiate baseball players.Timestamps:[3:28] Research and Background[6:48] New Technology[9:17] The Art of Coaching Players[11:49] The Purpose of Training is to Adapt[13:23] Enhancing Resilience[15:04] The Importance of Curiosity[17:01] AHA! Moments while Studying[21:05] Advice to Coaches and Players[25:18] Utilizing the Blast Motion[31:46] Focusing Lifting Heavy Stuff Fast[33:50] Amount of Reps[37:04] Recommendations for Position Players[42:38] Deadlift Exercise[46:55] Inspiring Strength Coaches[49:17] Water Bags TrainingOfficial Fb PageWebsiteFull Research Study on Grip Strength Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to an all-new Films for the Void, episode #63! In this episode, Eric and Landon decide who they choose to be in discussing Brad Bird's 1999 film THE IRON GIANT, as well as discuss Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation to celebrate its 20th anniversary - all on the latest episode of Films for the Void!TIME STAMPS00:03:07 Lost in Translation00:16:27 The Iron Giant01:12:56 Eric's Recommendation for Next EpisodeTWITTER: @films_void$3/MONTH PATREON: patreon.com/films_voidLANDON'S TWITTER @igotdefevermanLANDON'S INSTAGRAM @duhfeverLANDON'S LETTERBOXD @landondefeverERIC'S TWITTER @ericwiththehairERIC'S INSTAGRAM @ericwiththebeardERIC'S LETTERBOXD @ericwiththehair
As always, feel free to send us questions, comments, or suggestions to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the show through Instagram or Twitter, @nicupodcast. Or contact Ben and Daphna directly via their Twitter profiles: @drnicu and @doctordaphnamd. The papers discussed in today's episode are listed and timestamped on the webpage linked below. Enjoy!
The gang gets together and recaps some of the major happenings in the film world: an in-depth discussion around the Rotten Tomatoes Vulture article and the place of critics in the 21st century, a breakdown of what makes a great mystery film as they prep for A Haunting in Venice and a review of the low-key film/tv show watches of the past few weeks.
In today's Real Physician React episode, we delve into the latest updates on COVID-19 boosters and the contrasting stance of Florida Governor DeSantis in defiance of CDC recommendations. Not that we should be surprised but the Florida Governor and his Surgeon General have come against the most recent recommendations for those who are able to get the COVID-19 booster. Click here to watch the full episode... Please SUBSCRIBE for new videos every Monday afternoon and Thursday Evening https://www.drberrypierre.com/YTsubscription Let's Connect: Instagram TikTok Lunch and Learn Patreon Family Key Discussion Points: FDA & CDC's Booster Decision: Analyzing the combined stance of FDA and CDC on the COVID-19 booster shots. Who's Eligible for the Booster?: Highlighting the specific populations that the agencies recommend for the next shot. Addressing Anti-Vaxxer Misconceptions: Countering prevalent myths and establishing the facts surrounding Covid-19 vaccinations. LINKS: CDC Advisers on the 2023 Vaccine Governor DeSantis's Defiance of CDC Guidelines
Have you ever trusted someone to deliver a service, only to be blindsided by an unexpected twist? Picture this: the initial promise of impeccable work, the excitement of supporting a local entrepreneur, only to be left hanging halfway through the job. The frustration builds, the disappointment grows, and the unanswered questions linger in the air. In the world of entrepreneurship, the importance of quality service cannot be underestimated. But what happens next? What lessons will be learned from this unexpected turn of events? Stay tuned to find out...The key moments in this episode are:00:00:02 - Introduction, 00:00:46 - Overview of the Podcast, 00:01:37 - Importance of Quality in Service Businesses, 00:03:32 - Personal Experience with a Service Provider, 00:09:00 - Expectations for Communication and Timelines, 00:14:36 - Importance of Quality Service, 00:15:55 - Resolution Requires Quality Completion, 00:18:14 - Retaining Customers with Quality, 00:21:38 - Networking and Recommendations, 00:24:14 - Loyalty and Consumer Experience, 00:30:02 - Outro and Thank You, Note: This podcast aims to foster open-mindedness and respectful dialogue, where the everyday becomes extraordinary. We acknowledge that individual experiences and personal development may vary, and our goal is to promote a balanced and nuanced understanding of topics.
Welcome to Feedback with EarBuds, the podcast recommendation podcast.Subscribe to the newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/cIcBuHThis week's theme is Tackling Fear.Sponsor:Our Patreon SupportersLinks mentioned in this episode:Email ArielleLinda's Tough Love PodcastNikki BoyerLast week's podcast picksSpotlightFiction Podcast Pairing from RealmFuzzy MemoriesGoing Wild with Dr. Rae Wynn GrantEarBuds blog postsPodnewsHere are this week's podcast picks:Near DeathLast DayHello RossQueen of HeartsNormalize ThisFind the list here_____Apply to have your podcast spotlitSubmit to our Community sectionCurate a listFollow us on TwitterFollow us on Facebook at EarBuds Podcast CollectiveFollow us on InstagramWebsite__________CREDITS:Written by Devon DiComoWritten and produced by Arielle NissenblattEngineered by Daniel TureckThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4331067/advertisement
Episode 46 of the Great Lakes State Football Podcast.Brett, Kory, & Vince (Tate was out this week) discuss everything football in the Great Lakes State from the last week! This episode primarily serves as a commentary with takeaways 3 weeks into MHSAA football as well as some college football talk from all divisions around the state after 2 weeks.Get 20% off NeuroPeak Pro NTEL Belt (code: GLSFB): https://www.neuropeakpro.com/product/ntel-belt/Logo by: @aaron_grebIntro music: Gmac Cash - Lions won https://music.apple.com/us/album/lions-won-single/1599227568 Outro music: Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/pecan-pie/up-and-down License code: XBFY0QBHA9AEQUJ6Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/great-lakes-state-football/id1597487505 Spotify Podcasts: https://open.spotify.com/show/3uxnRlt9GuOQf5iTX2mOnT?si=0e5ebaa8ad5843df&nd=1Twitter: https://twitter.com/GLSFballInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/greatlakesstatefootball/Timestamps:00:00-3:44 - Intro03:45-34:16 - MI HS Football34:17-1:07:40 - College Football (all divisions) & Lions1:07:41-1:13:25 - Fun Fact, Recommendation, Outro
Hey there, TWDU fans! We're back with an early release that's got us all fired up. Diana and Renee can't wait to dive into the world of TWD: Daryl Dixon in this thrilling Episode 1. We kick things off with a bang, chatting about Daryl's greatest strengths and weaknesses. His heart? Oh, it's a game-changer. But wait, there's more! We're digging deep into the episode's themes: Survival, Faith, and the ever-present Longing for Home. And boy, you won't believe what we uncovered about a mysterious young boy named Laurent. Seriously, it's intriguing! Now, let's talk Norman Reedus. We can't contain our excitement about his portrayal of Daryl Dixon. And hold onto your hats because we've got the inside scoop on Ride with Norman Reedus featuring the legendary Keanu Reeves. You won't want to miss it! And because we're your podcast buddies, we've got some TV and movie recommendations to keep the excitement rolling. Subscribe and follow us for more episodes that'll feel like catching up with friends. Stay tuned as Diana and Renee return next week with more exciting insights from Daryl Dixon's world and beyond! Renee Hansen: https://linktr.ee/renee.hansen Follow and subscribe to Screens in Focus. Website: www.screensinfocus.com Email: email@example.com Twitter https://twitter.com/screensinfocus Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/screensinfocuspodcast/ Facebook: Screens in Focus Free background music from JewelBeat.com: www.jewelbeat.com
Education Headline RoundupThe United States' Office of Educational Technology has released a new policy report entitled Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Teaching and Learning: Insights and Recommendations. The report offers high-level definitions and recommendations aimed at educators and administrators.Florida's public university system has approved the use of a new and controversial college entrance exam known as the Classic Learning Test (CLT).Teaching History: Learning, Unlearning, and Building Context in the ClassroomThe study of the past is an essential component of a well-rounded education and a gateway to meaningful civic participation. Why, then, do 85% of eighth-graders score below proficient in U.S. history? Amid shifting sentiments on research, misinformation, and the impact of mass media on the historical record, we're tackling the subject of how history is taught at both the K-12 and postsecondary levels. We discuss the role that textbooks play in the modern history classroom and the difficulties that come with developing age-appropriate curricula covering difficult or sensitive subject matters. Bonus content: we review a few of the lessons we were taught as kids that haven't stood the test of time, featuring George Washington's teeth, indisputable rules of grammar, and the Industrial Revolution. Sources & Resources:Eleven Warriors: "BIG Ten Officials Tell Ryan Day..."YouTube - H.E. Keiko Nagaoka from Arctic CircleOffice of Education Technology - Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Teaching and LearningMEXT - Chronology of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology(MEXT)The New York Times - Florida Expected to Approve Classical Exam as a Competitor to the SAT by Dana GoldsteinCLT Tests - MissionNPR - What to know about Florida's 'classic' alternative to the SAT by Juliana KimEducationWeek - Sure, We Teach History. But Do We Know Why It's Important? by Andrew UjifusaForbes - Why We Need To Start Teaching History In Kindergarten by Natalie WexlerPerspectives on History - Teaching Content, Teaching Skills by Katharina MatroLibro.fm - Meet You in Hell by Les StandifordSmithsonian Magazine - Even Though He Is Revered Today, MLK Was Widely Disliked by the American Public When He Was Killed by James C. CobbLibrary of Congress - Abraham Lincoln papers: Series 2. General Correspondence. 1858-1864: Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley, Friday, August 22, 1862 (Clipping from Aug. 23, 1862 Daily National Intelligencer, Washington, D.C.)
We've said it before huns, this is the year of the chaotic celebrity divorce, but the Joe Jonas vs Sophie Turner divorce drama has left us REELING. From Joe's PR team playing what appears to many as a misogynistic smear-campaign against Sophie — who he married in 2019, when she was just 23 — to wild rumours involving partying and ‘ring cameras', this might be the messiest celeb divorce we've witnessed since Brad and Angelina. We discuss everything from Sophie's public battle with mental health and when Ellie interviewed Joe in 2018, to the very revealing Taylor Swift song thought to be about ‘smug' ex Joe. Plus, Kathleen tells us why she's had enough of reading about heartbroken middle-class women, and we reveal our honest thoughts about new It couple Kylie and Timothée. Do they have more in common than we think? Let us know what you think of the episode by sending us a DM @straightuppod ! Recommendation discussed: Really Good, Actually by Monica Heisy Acts of Desperation by Megan Nolan Real life by Brandon Taylor Mona Hotel Athens Birdman Athens Listener reccos: The Late Americans by Brandon Taylor Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver I'm Sorry You Feel That Way by Rebecca Wait Maame by Jessica George
In this first Patreon bonus episode, Rick talks about the different types of media he loves - from movies to TV shows, video games to books, it's all there! Subsequent episodes will only be available for Patreon supporters of all tiers. If you'd like to reach out to Rick directly, you can find him on Facebook and Instagram/Threads @rickisadork Please reach out to SpooksCreepsPod@gmail.com with any stories or appearance requests. We now have a Google Voice number (562) IM WEIRD or (562) 469-3473 so call in your spooky encounters!
Brenda Davis, RD, is one of the world's leading plant-based pioneers and an internationally acclaimed speaker. Widely regarded as a rock star of plant-based nutrition, she has been referred to by VegNews as the “godmother” of vegan dietitians and was the 2022 recipient of the Plantrician Project's Luminary Award. Brenda's work focuses on ensuring that everyone who wishes to be plant-based can succeed brilliantly. She lives in Alberta, Canada, with her husband, Paul. Visit her at brendadavisrd.com.Cory Davis, MBA, P.Ag, is a professional agrologist who has worked in natural resource management since 2012 and has been a lifelong advocate for animal welfare and environmental stewardship. His broad range of experience and diverse degrees encompassing business, the sciences, and intercultural relations have given him a unique, integrated perspective on sustainable practices and their effects on human health and well-being. Cory lives in British Columbia, Canada. Links:Order Brenda and Cory's book, Plant-Powered Protein: Nutrition Essentials and Dietary Guidelines for All Ages, hereVisit Brenda's website, brendadavisrd.com
======= Detailed Shownotes for This Episode of The 6-8 Weeks Podcast:-- What is a Sub-Intern (Often Called a "Sub-I" in this Program)? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sub-internship-- What is a Graduated Resident? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7500498/-- What is Orthopedic Residency? https://college.mayo.edu/academics/residencies-and-fellowships/orthopedic-surgery-residency-minnesota/curriculum/-- Learn All About Northwestern University: https://admissions.northwestern.edu/visit/teams/clave/northwestern-facts.html-- Learn All About Chicago: https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/chicago-- What are the Origins of the Saying, "Take Everything With a Grain of Salt...?" https://nosweatshakespeare.com/quotes/famous/grain-of-salt/-- Learn All About the University of Utah: https://www.utah.edu/about/-- Learn All About the University of Wisconsin: https://www.wisc.edu/about/-- Learn All About the University of California: San Diego: https://ucsd.edu/about/index.html-- Learn All About Beaumont, Health: https://www.beaumont.org/about-us-- Learn All About Royal Oak, Michigan: https://www.romi.gov/152/About-Royal-Oak-- What is a Letter of Recommendation? https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/finding-a-job/what-is-a-letter-of-recommendation-- What is the True Value of Showing Respect to Everyone You Meet? https://www.happierhuman.com/respect-important/=== Connect with Dr. Brian Feeley:On the Web: https://twitter.com/drbrianfeeley On X: https://twitter.com/drbrianfeeley=== Connect with Dr. Nirav Pandya:On the Web: https://www.ucsfhealth.org/providers/dr-nirav-pandyaOn X: https://twitter.com/drniravpandya=== Connect with Dr. Drew Lansdown:On the Web: https://www.ucsfhealth.org/providers/dr-drew-lansdown
Overview: Today, we're going to talk about Branch, the FinTech lending company and Neobank. We'll explore the story across the following 5 areas: African lending & consumer credit Branch's founding early history Product & monetization strategy Competitive positioning & potential exit options Overall outlook This episode was recorded on Sep 10, 2023 Companies discussed: Branch, Kiva, Kuda Bank, Chipper Cash, Earnin, Paga, FairMoney, MFS Africa, GTBank, Access Bank, Ecobank, PalmPay, Carbon, PiggyVest, Upstart, Tala, Visa, Mastercard & Safaricom Business concepts discussed: Credit scoring, Smartphone credit assessment, African customer segmentation strategy & low-end disruption, Consumer lending, , unbanked population, smartphone credit assessment, Pan-African Banking Conversation highlights: (01:00) - What Branch is and why we're talking about it (07:40) - Africa consumer credit context and background (19:17:) - Branch International founding (23:31) - Founders' background (39:12) - Fundraising and Growth (51:40) - Geographical expansion (1:02:01) - Acquisitions and Team overview (01:15:14) - Product strategy (1:33:20) - Monetization strategy and Costs (1:41:58) - Competition and options for exit (1:57:08) - Bankole's overall thoughts (2:10:59) - Olumide's overall thoughts (2:30:20) - Recommendations and small wins Olumide's recommendations & small wins: Interested in investing in Africa Tech with Olumide: Read about Adamantium fund & contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Founders looking for funding: If you're a B2B founder working on Education, Health, Finance or food, please contact me for funding at email@example.com Checkout my FIREDOM book = FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) + Freedom = personal finance and financial independence book. Website, Read: Substack Newsletter & Buy: Print, eBook or Audiobook) Recommendation: Eminem - Rap God (OMFG I'm 12 years late, my mind exploded. WOW!) Recommendation: Can't Hurt Me (David Goggins). Incredible book about challenges David went to from parental abuse, racism to make something of himself. I went through waves of intense emotions while reading the book. At some points, I was crying in pain with David and other times I was in pure shock about what I was listening to. Small win: Hosted FIREDOM book launch event in London. Amazing conversations about life, managing money and growth. Dope shit. Bankole's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: American Prometheus by Kai Bird, A/B Testing with Fat Tails & Remember Me - Fireboy DML Small win: Chin-chin from a recent trip to Lagos Other content: Mobile overdraft facility Fuliza outshines Silicon Valley-backed lending apps in Kenya- TechCrunch & Inside Branch's 20 percent interest investment push to beat Nigerian bank offerings - TechCabal Listeners: We'd love to hear from you. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with feedback! Founders & Operators: We'd love to hear about what you're working on, email us at email@example.com Investors: It would be great to link up with you. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Join our insider mailing list where we get feedback on new episodes & find all episodes on Afrobility.com
Ana and Eric welcome Laura Palzkill direct from Phillips into the Cabin for a deep dive into Price County. Laura serves as Executive Director of the Phillips Area Chamber of Commerce and knows every nook and cranny of the county - and there are many! We began by giving the lay of the land in Price County, which is not only in the center of the state but also holds its highest natural point, the 1951.5-foot peak of Timms Hill near Ogema. The crew discuss some of the cities and towns in Price County, including Park Falls (the largest city with just under 2,500 residents) and the county seat, Phillips. Plenty of good places to eat, shop, and enjoy are available, but if you're looking for great resorts, plentiful lakes, and quiet getaways, you've got it! One quirky stop is Fred Smith's Concrete Park, a crazy collection of concrete in sculpture and design forms, often outfitted with colorful broken glass and other accouterments to turn concrete into horses, people, wagons, and other eye-catching concoctions. Laura discussed the numerous lakeside resorts in the area, the plentiful multi-use trails for any season, even some of the unique diners, supper clubs, and other stops to enjoy a meal of whet your whistle. Eric noted one of his favorite food trucks - Lola's Lunchbox - which is found in Price County either in Phillips or Park Falls. A swath of the Chequamegon National Forest covers the county, with trails that access some amazing hunting and fishing spots. Speaking of fishing, Price County is home to St. Croix Rods, a leading maker of fishing rods and equipment. They've been featured in Uniquely Wisconsin videos, along with legendary snow trail groomer Frank Dusek and award-winning barrel racing horseback rider Alexis Baratka, who was key to creating the Price County Rodeo - one that is rapidly becoming a leading one in the state and region. Price County offers many stories, and rides along U.S. 8, Highway 13, or Highway 70 can bring you not only to the county but to many of the hidden gems that keep people coming back. Speaking of, we also discuss some noteworthy events in Price County, including the beautiful fall colors getting ready to dazzle over the next few weeks. Along with that is the Christmas Tree Festival in Ogema coming up September 30th, the Phillips Fall Harvest Festival October 7th (to celebrate the cranberry production in Price County!), and Park Falls Fright Fest coming up October 28th. Other festivals include Phillips Winterfest in late January, June celebrations like Lumberman's Day in Catawba and the Czech-Slovak Fest in Phillips, and Phillips On Tap, held every August. You can find out more about Price County activities and events by checking out PhillipsWisconsin.net or ParkFalls.com.
Tatiana Morozova, the Head of Growth Strategy & Operations at ClickUp, joins host Mario Araujo to shed light on the untold stories behind product-led growth (PLG) implementation and the enduring value of persistence in achieving success. In conversation, they emphasize making iteration and failure an integral part of the product-led implementation journey. Tatiana draws from her experiences at MongoDB and ServiceNow, highlighting key learnings about experimentation at scale, the significance of testing before rebranding, and layering PLG on an enterprise service. Key Takeaways: [2:15] Tatiana's background and accidental entry into growth [4:05] MongoDB and launching an experimentation program [5:15] Challenges of autonomy and silos in experimentation [8:15] Using qualitative feedback tools for validation [9:05] Importance of defining secondary metrics for experiments [9:25] Activation and adjacent user experiences [12:10] Friction and confusion in the rearranged product placement [12:55] Recommendation of having secondary metrics for validation [13:25] Exploring adjacent user experiences and educational paths [15:25] Doubling of conversion window to paid customers for the same cohort [16:10] Balancing learning and pivoting [16:25] Decision-making in teams [16:50] Factors influencing pivoting decisions [17:15] Cultural impact on decision-making [19:05] Lessons from the failed brand awareness campaign [22:15] Building PLG in an enterprise context [23:55] The role of sales in PLG [25:10] Creating a feedback loop with sales [25:35] Recommendations for companies exploring PLG [31:00] Final remarks About Tatiana Morozova: Tatiana Morozova is an accomplished leader in Growth Marketing and Strategy, presently holding the position of Head of Growth Strategy & Operations at ClickUp. With a wealth of experience, including roles at ServiceNow and MongoDB, she has excelled in the realm of product-led growth (PLG). Tatiana's career journey reflects her expertise in scaling businesses and driving marketing strategies that make an impact. Links: Tatiana Morozova | LinkedIn
In this kickoff episode, I'm back to answer your thoughtful questions. After a long pause in podcasting, I'm excited to dive right into talking about how to increase your milk supply, the transition from one to two children, building healthy immunity, attachment parenting, postpartum must-haves, and so much more. Highlights from this episode: Preconception planning starts now How to live a non-toxic life Transitioning out of breastfeeding Challenges of weaning a toddler Simple ways to increase milk supply How to navigate boundaries with family The beauty of transitioning from 1 to 2 kids Potty learning tips for your toddler What we feed our 2 kids Our approach to dietary requests at daycare Navigating food at parties Build your child's immune system Different ways to boost your child's nutrient absorption Recommendations for toddler meal ideas Transitioning your baby or toddler to a floor bed Our attachment parenting approach to sleep Thoughts on freebirth The pros and cons of placenta encapsulation Childbirth stories are inspiring and empowering Postpartum must-haves Use screen time as a healthy routine tool Related links: Follow @marniwasserman and @ultimatehealthpodcast on Instagram for Sarelle & Hayden updates Listen to TUB003: Natural Preconception Planning Listen to TUB019: How to Optimize Fertility with Andrea Grace Listen to TUB026: My Breastfeeding Journey & What I Wish I Knew Before Holle Goat Milk Formula Rumina Naturals - Milk Aplenty Listen to TUB043: How We Approached Potty Training Lovebird Cereal - Grain-Free O's Siete Grain-Free Taco Shells Simple Mills Crackers Siete Grain-Free Tortilla Chips A Real Treat ebook Smart Sweets Little Warrior Nutrition - Calcium Crusade: Organic Kale and Collards Powder Little Warrior Nutrition - Zinc Shield: Wild Oyster Powder Little Warrior Nutrition - Iodine-O-Might: Organic Kelp Powder Listen to TUB014: Starting Your Baby on Solids & The Benefits of Baby-Led Weaning with Angela Wallace Listen to TUB029: How to Set Boundaries and Deal with “Fussy” Eating with Angela Wallace Listen to TUB020: Balancing Pregnancy and Postpartum As a Successful Entrepreneur with Nikole Goncalves Listen to TUB034: Creating An Adventurous Eater Right From the Start with Nikole Goncalves The BabyNut Cookbook - use the code Marni15 at checkout Nikole Goncalves - The HealthNut Cookbook Happy Healthy Eaters - Save 15% off when you use the code ultimatebaby Listen to TUB035: Floor Beds, Toddler Naps, and Baby Sleep Follow Dr. Ana-Maria Temple (The Eczema Lady) Somavedic (use the code ultimatehealth to save 10% off) Graceful Birth Doula Services (placenta encapsulation) Listen to TUB042: Transitioning From Milk to Meals with Luka McCabe Subscribe to TUBP in Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Note: Some of the links above are affiliate links. Making a purchase through these links won't cost you anything but we will receive a small commission. This is an easy, free way of supporting the podcast. Thank you!
Zach is joined by Adam Brinker to discuss the modern Supergirl classic that is, Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow!When Supergirl ventures to a distant planet circling a red sun, she had no idea that she'd be faced with helping a young girl seek vengeance for the death of her father, or that she'd be forced to face her own past and the decisions that she's made.It's a space western with a lot of feels! It's Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow from DC Comics!Written by Tom KingArt by Bilquis Evely---------------------------------------------------Everyone needs more Aeric Azana in their life!His website is right here!Geeksplained is available everywhere, including Apple and Spotify!Geeksplained is also on Instagram and Twitter!Aeric is also on Twitter!---------------------------------------------------Check out Dreampass and all their killer tracks on Spotify!---------------------------------------------------Join the Patreon to help us keep the lights on, and internet connected! https://www.patreon.com/tctwl---------------------------------------------------Listen to my other podcast!TFD: NerdcastAnd I am also part of the team over at...I Read Comic Books!---------------------------------------------------Want to try out all the sweet gigs over on Fiverr.com? Click on the link below and sign up!https://go.fiverr.com/visit/?bta=323533&brand=fiverrcpa---------------------------------------------------Follow on Instagram!The Comics That We LoveFollow on Tiktok!The Comics that We LoveFollow on Twitter!@Z_Irish_Red
Have you wondered about when to take your business to the next level or when it's worth it in the US to become an S-corp? Linzy talks with Andrew Riesen of Heard, an all-in-one financial solution for therapists in private practice. They discuss a vital step all private practice owners should take when it comes to their business and how to take that step.Andrew talks specifically about what it looks like to become an S-corp and the pros and cons of making that decision. Linzy and Andrew dig into specific ballpark numbers that might indicate it's time to consider whether it's worth it to make a change in your business. Be sure to tune in to hear the practical tips for private practice owners.Connect with AndrewFind tools and resources from Andrew and his team at: joinheard.com or follow them @joinheardincFor a full transcript of the episode and much more, check out the blog post on our website!A Recommendation from LinzyI'm excited to share that my good friend, therapist Maegan Megginson, and acting & performance coach Tom O'Brien, are launching a new 10-week program, Performance Alchemy. Public speaking is the single most effective way to reach more people, grow your audience, and have more impact. But to do it, you need to turn your performance anxiety into unshakeable confidence. If you want to network with confidence, record powerful and authentic content, give compelling media interviews, and deliver live workshops that keep people on the edge of their seats, this is the course for you. Check out the details over here.
In this episode (which is Part 2 of our micronutrient series), Greg and Lyndsey discuss nutrient targets: where they come from, what they mean, and how to think about them. They also talk about the relative imprecision of micronutrient tracking, why micronutrient content can differ so much within a single food, and why it can be challenging to track your micronutrient intake in the first place.Want to get your question answered on the show? Send a voice memo to email@example.com TIME STAMPSIntro (0:00) Recommendations and good vibes (0:20)Lyndsey – Bottoms movieDavie High fight club news reportGreg – Telemarketers docu-seriesReply All “Long Distance” podcast episodes Housekeeping notes (8:45)MacroFactor Annual ReportRecommended products and more from the SBS team (11:50)Work with a Stronger By Science coach: Get personalized training and nutrition plans and ongoing support from one of our expert coaches.Try MacroFactor for free: Use code SBS to get a 14-day free trial of our nutrition app MacroFactor. MacroFactor has the fastest food logger on the market and its smart nutrition coach adapts to your metabolism to keep you on track with your goals. Download it today on the App Store or Google Play.Join the Research Spotlight newsletter: Get a two-minute breakdown of one recent study every Wednesday. Our newsletter is the easiest way to stay up to date with the latest exercise and nutrition science.Join the SBS Facebook group and Subreddit.BulkSupplements: Next time you stock up on supplements, be sure to use the promo code “SBSPOD” (all caps) to get 5% off your entire order.MASS Research Review: Subscribe to the MASS Research Review to get concise and applicable breakdowns of the latest strength, physique, and nutrition research – delivered monthly.Episode 1 in the Micronutrient SeriesHistory of RDAs and Government Micronutrient Recommendations (14:53)The 100-Year History of Vitamins - Supplement Facts - Better NutritionVitamins Come to Dinner | Science History InstituteAre We Well Fed?: A Report on the Diets of Families in the United States (Miscellaneous Publication No. 430)The History and Future of Dietary Guidance in America - PMCDietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025Dietary Reference Intakes Development | health.govHistory of Nutrition: The Long Road Leading to the Dietary Reference Intakes for the United States and CanadaDRI development retrospectiveOngoing DRV-related publications from the EFSAMicronutrient series on the websiteMicronutrient content in the MacroFactor knowledge base Understanding Micronutrient Targets and the DRI Framework (37:13)General frameworkHow ULs are determinedVitamin A toxicity How EARs, RDAs, and LTIs are Determined (59:52)EFSA publication on calcium, used as an exampleFigure showing data used to define calcium DRVs (from this article) General discussion of the implications of imprecise research and large inter-individual variability (1:21:21)Note: I was right about magnesium, and wrong about calcium. Calcium carbonate is the more common version in supplements (not oxide). Chelated calcium is generally a bit better than calcium carbonate, but the difference between calcium carbonate and chelated calcium isn't NEARLY as large as the difference between magnesium oxide and chelated magnesium.The relative imprecision of micronutrient tracking (and WHY micronutrient content can differ so much within a single food) (1:49:30)Why labeling error generally doesn't matter much for calorie (and macronutrient) tracking: SBS article – Nutrition Labels Are Inaccurate (and the Math Behind Why It Doesn't Matter)Variable vitamin C content in spinachSlightly higher nutrient levels in similar foods in Germany than the NetherlandsSoil health and nutrient densityMany roles of vitamin C in plantsMacroFactor knowledge base content on seleniumSelenium uptake in plantsRegional selenium differences in the USRegional selenium differences in ChinaSelenium intake and diabetesSelenium and cancerGeneral selenium contentOmega-3 content in farmed vs fresh salmonGenerally high vitamin A levels in the livers of numerous arctic predatorsWhy it can be challenging to track your micronutrient intake in the first place (2:22:27)Nutrient reporting frequencies in the UK graphic: (from this study, discussed in this article) Wrap-up and conclusions (2:28:39)Considerably higher rates of vitamin D deficiencies with darker skin at higher latitudesDepressing final thought (2:35:49)Learn more and donate to GAINCool, less depressing final thought (2:42:16)Fun video about cod and the Vikings
“ For many, the fourth quarter is a culmination of the year's work. And in woodworking businesses and in wood businesses, this is definitely your chance to shine. A lot of people bring get most of their business during this time” -Steve Larosiliere Welcome to the Woodpreneur podcast, the ultimate show for the business and marketing side of the lumber, woodworking, hardwood flooring, and sawmill industry. With your host Steve Larosiliere today we'll delve into the critical topic of the fourth quarter (Q4) and what it means for your wood business. Q4 is the culmination of a year's hard work for many wood businesses. It's a time when opportunities abound, from custom holiday orders to end-of-year projects and beyond. People are looking to invest their money, both in personal and business ventures. Your performance during this period can leave a lasting impression and set the tone for the following year. However, many wood printers underestimate the potential of Q4, often letting business come to them instead of proactively seeking it. Listen now and get the whole story! “over promising under delivering can tarnish your company's in your brand's reputation. So part of this process is to really look at what you're capable of. I know it's enticing to want to like produce a lot of smaller quick to order things. And it's you know, it's it's it's nice money” -Steve Larosiliere Components of a Successful Q4 Strategy To craft a successful Q4 strategy, you must reflect on your past performance in the previous three quarters. What products were well-received? Which marketing strategies yielded the best results? Identifying your top sales sources and most profitable products will guide your approach. Consider enhancing your star product. Can you make it even more appealing by using unique materials or creating limited-edition versions? Additionally, capacity planning is vital. While it's tempting to accept every order, prioritize quality over quantity. Focus on substantial projects that allow you to maintain a sustainable workload and enjoy the holiday season. Tips and Recommendations for Woodpreneurs Here are some practical tips to help you navigate Q4 successfully: Eisenhower Box: Use this tool for task prioritization to identify what needs immediate attention.Time Blocking: Allocate dedicated time for both production and marketing activities. Minimize distractions during these blocks.Centralized Communication: Streamline communication with clients by consolidating emails, phone calls, and direct messages into one central location.Focus on High-Value Products: Concentrate on high-ticket items like tables, furniture, and built-ins. These projects can yield better profit margins with fewer orders.Seek Support: Don't hesitate to bring in extra help, outsource marketing, customer communication, or accounting tasks when needed. Conclusion Remember, Q4 is not just another quarter; it's an opportunity to end the year on a high note and set the stage for the year ahead. Your wood business has the potential to shine during this period. Every product, every customer interaction, and your own story can leave a lasting impact.
Gone are the days when we'd browse a local store if we needed a new air purifier or oven mitt. Now, many people don't dare make a purchase without first Googling “best kitchen mixer” and browsing lists of top-tens on recommendation sites. How did these sites come to dominate our shopping carts? And if you're not a fan of that humidifier you got off a top-ten list, are there other ways to shop? GUESTS: Inger Stole is a professor emerita at the University of Illinois Michael Zhao was the first employee and a former deputy editor at Wirecutter Mark Frauenfelder is a co-editor of Recomendo Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.