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Welcome to Episode 177 On this episode of the Man of War Podcast, Rafa discusses the importance of leadership. He breaks down different levels of leadership and the importance of being authentic with the people you are leading. As a warrior minded man you must be able to lead under any situation. Keep in mind being a leader is a lonely place at times. As always listen at your own risk... New Book Release Alert! #1 New Release and National Best Seller! Redefining the 21st Century Man. LINK TO BOOK BELOW. GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY! AMAZON https://amzn.to/3FzXIkG BARNES AND NOBLE https://bit.ly/3yM0xOj Are you ready for a life-changing experience? Subscribe to our Youtube Channel at: https://www.youtube.com/manofwar Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manofwarr/ https://www.instagram.com/manofwarpodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/menofwarcrucible/ If You are ready to make a change in your life and enter an elite brotherhood of warrior minded men go watch the powerful documentary and apply at: https;//www.menofwarcrucible.com For all show notes and podcast catalog along with more information on the Man of War Movement go to https://www.manofwar.us
It's Hacker Summer Camp time! Thank you for joining this live stream during Black Hat and DEF CON with guest George Platsis!Watch the live stream video on our Black Hat and DEF CON coverage page: https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22Follow our social media as everything will be streamed live as it is. No editing, no script, and most of all … no BS
The Car Hacking Village continues to evolve, bringing new systems and simulators into the village for hackers to get their hands on. There are also some talks taking place on the village YouTube channel for those interested in research and other engaging conversations and presentations.About The Car Hacking VillageThe primary goal of the Car Hacking Village is to build a community around discovering weaknesses and exposing vulnerabilities that could significantly impact the safety and security of all drivers and passengers on the road today. Educating security researchers on the functionality of vehicle systems coupled with providing them with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working side by side with experts in this field is a plus for the attendees. Leveraging the vast amount of experience the security research community brings to the Village may increase the safety and security of vehicles on the road today and for generations to come. Breaches of automotive systems have been in the forefront of the global media for more than a year. Wired and wireless exploitation of vehicle systems has become a critical safety concern for the automotive industry, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Congress, the Department of Homeland Security, and consumers. Car Hacking Village plays an important role for researchers interested in the safety and security of the more than one billion vehicles on the road worldwide. In 2015, over 16.5 million vehicles were sold in the United States. On average, motor vehicles are driven over 15,000 miles annually and consumers spend upwards of 730 hours per year in their cars.Be sure to catch all of our conversations from Black Hat and DEF CON 2022 at https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22____________________________GuestJustinCar Hacking Village Lead [@CarHackVillage]____________________________This Episode's SponsorsCrowdSec | https://itspm.ag/crowdsec-b1vpEdgescan | https://itspm.ag/itspegwebPentera | https://itspm.ag/pentera-tyuw____________________________ResourcesCar Hacking Village website: https://www.carhackingvillage.com/Car Hacking Village Talks | https://www.carhackingvillage.com/talksAt DEF CON: https://forum.defcon.org/node/240928____________________________For more Black Hat and DEF CON Event Coverage podcast and video episodes visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/black-hat-2022-and-def-con-hacker-summer-camp-las-vegas-usa-cybersecurity-event-and-conference-coverageAre you interested in telling your story in connection with Black Hat and DEF CON by sponsoring our coverage?
It's Hacker Summer Camp time! Thank you for joining this live stream during Black Hat and DEF CON with guest Mikko Hypponen!Watch the live stream video on our Black Hat and DEF CON coverage page: https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22Follow our social media as everything will be streamed live as it is. No editing, no script, and most of all … no BS
What's your relationship to discipline? How would you define it? Do you resist it or rebel against it? How does just hearing the word discipline make you feeeeel in your body? These are the kinds of questions we'll be diving into together in today's episode. I want to support you in shifting your relationship to discipline--to see see the value in it, to create a different relationship with it and open yourself up to what's possible when you learn how to turn discipline into a devotion. I want you to leave with a newfound activation in your heart and a fire in your belly. I love you. Let's get into this.
In this conversation, Jordan & Catherine talk about... Hard financial positions we can get into as entrepreneurs; Redefining the word hope and where we've got it wrong; How to start making your way back to hope and some daily practices to reconnect with our source of hope; and MORE! About Catherine Hammond Catherine is an award-winning estate planning attorney, public speaker, author, and life transition guide. As an attorney, she helps people plan for and walk through difficult seasons in life, including chronic illness, disability, and death. As a transformational coach, she leads people into living more fully, bravely, and beautifully. The heart-wrenching experience of her mother's journey with Alzheimer's Disease, beginning when Catherine was still a teenager, inspired her to spend her life helping others navigate life's challenges. Catherine is currently writing her second book entitled Hope(less). She lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado where she loves hiking and hanging out with her three young granddaughters. Connect with Catherine Get the book Hope(less) Instagram: @catherinehammond.life Coaching Website: http://catherinehammond.life/ Estate Planning Website: https://coloradoestateplan.com/
It's Hacker Summer Camp time! Thank you for joining this live stream during Black Hat and DEF CON with guest Vandana Verma!Watch the live stream video on our Black Hat and DEF CON coverage page: https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22Follow our social media as everything will be streamed live as it is. No editing, no script, and most of all … no BS
It's Hacker Summer Camp time! Thank you for joining this live stream during Black Hat and DEF CON with guest Alissa Valentina Knight!Watch the live stream video on our Black Hat and DEF CON coverage page: https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22Follow our social media as everything will be streamed live as it is. No editing, no script, and most of all … no BS
As a new village this year, the Retail Hacking Village is stepping up to fill the gap where the Payment Village once was, combining all things payment processing with everything else needed to manage retail transactions.Be sure to catch all of our conversations from Black Hat and DEF CON 2022 at https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22____________________________GuestFox3455 (Caramon Stanley)Retail Hacking Village [@RetailHacking]On Twitter | https://twitter.com/f0x3455On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/caramon-stanley-423263145/On Twitch | https://www.twitch.tv/fox3455____________________________This Episode's SponsorsCrowdSec | https://itspm.ag/crowdsec-b1vpEdgescan | https://itspm.ag/itspegwebPentera | https://itspm.ag/pentera-tyuw____________________________ResourcesRetail Hacking Village website: https://retailhacking.store/events.htmlAt DEF CON: https://forum.defcon.org/node/240887____________________________For more Black Hat and DEF CON Event Coverage podcast and video episodes visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/black-hat-2022-and-def-con-hacker-summer-camp-las-vegas-usa-cybersecurity-event-and-conference-coverageAre you interested in telling your story in connection with Black Hat and DEF CON by sponsoring our coverage?
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The book, Reinventing Cybersecurity, is the first cybersecurity book written entirely by women and non-binary experts and is a game-changing guidebook for cybersecurity practitioners at all career stages, from analyst to C-Suite. That's a lot. Yet, it is so much more than this.About The BookWritten by Latha Maripuri, Jasmine Henry, Aubrey Stearn, Carla Sun, Lonye Ford, Dr. Meg Layton, Tracy Bannon, Breanne Boland, Alison Gianotto, Carlota Sage, Lisa Hall, Rin Oliver, Joyous Huggins, Yvie Djieya, Angela Marafino, Coleen Shane, Rachel Harpley, Ashleigh Lee, and Amy Devers.Reinventing Cybersecurity is the first cybersecurity book written entirely by women and non-binary experts and is a game-changing guidebook for cybersecurity practitioners at all career stages, from analyst to C-Suite. It is a collection of original stories on cybersecurity topics such as boardroom presentations, risk management, incident response, and navigating the C-suite; and insights on navigating imposter syndrome, systemic bias, and hiring.Reinventing Cybersecurity explores a central theme of redefinition with diverse expert perspectives on the industry's technical and interpersonal aspects. Readers will discover how to reinvent their career through professional development regardless of age or circumstance, refocus approaches to common challenges, and reimagine ideas for the future.In the latest JupiterOne Press book, readers will discover practical guidance for addressing cybersecurity challenges that span the technical, the interpersonal, and strategic aspects of the industry. Each story unearths a unique aspect of the cybersecurity industry, ranging from intimate to epic, grounded to far future, hopeful to determined.Jasmine's chapter is on rebellious leadership and knowledge graphsAngela's chapter challenges commonly-held beliefs about imposter syndromeDr. Meg writes about teaching, community, and the shared responsibility of securityHaving known each other for years, Richard and Sean reminisce and they talk about the past, present, and future of the entire cybersecurity field.____________________________GuestsJasmine HenryField Security Director at JupiterOne [@jupiterone]On Twitter | https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasminehenry10/On LinkedIn | https://twitter.com/jasminehenry10Dr. Meg LaytonSecurity Architecture and Engineering at Children's National Hospital [@ChildrensNatl]On Twitter | https://twitter.com/VamegabyteOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/meglayton/Angela MarafinoCustomer Product Manager, Security & Compliance at Microsoft  and Host of The Hacker Book Club and Co-Host of the Focal Point Podcast on ITSPmagazineOn Twitter | https://www.twitter.com/megatronALOn LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/angela-marafinoOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/angela-marafino____________________________This Episode's SponsorsImperva: https://itspm.ag/imperva277117988Edgescan | https://itspm.ag/itspegwebPentera | https://itspm.ag/pentera-tyuwAsgardeo | https://itspm.ag/asgardeo-by-wso2-u8vc____________________________ResourcesBook | Reinventing Cybersecurity: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09YH8K2M4/____________________________To see and hear more Redefining CyberSecurity content on ITSPmagazine, visit:https://www.itspmagazine.com/redefining-cybersecurity-podcastAre you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?
It's Hacker Summer Camp time! Thank you for joining this live stream during Black Hat and DEF CON with guests Chloé Messdaghi, Jake Williams, and Bryson Bort!Watch the live stream video on our Black Hat and DEF CON coverage page: https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22Follow our social media as everything will be streamed live as it is. No editing, no script, and most of all … no BS
Episode Notes Since 2012, Nicole Cardone and Deborah Gorman have been on a mission to give sorbet the respect it deserves. As the cofounders of SorBabes, they're out to revolutionize the way we think of sorbet with their bold flavors and creamy sorbet bars! In this episode, Nicole and Deborah share what makes SorBabes such a unique frozen treat, the inspiration behind their flavors, and their wisdom for women entrepreneurs. Learn more about SorBabes at https://www.sorbabes.com Follow SorBabes on Instagram: @sorbabes Podcast show notes: https://kitchenconfidante.com/redefining-sorbet-with-sorbabes-founders-nicole-cardone-and-deborah-gorman
Dr. Fred Moss is a holistic Physician, Restorative Coach, Podcaster, Psychiatrist Expert, Witness at Welcome to Humanity with Dr. Fred Moss. Dr. Moss arrived on Earth on March 01, 1958 and from that very second has been earmarked to be a healer. The family he was born into, was in chaos, and in many ways was counting on his arrival to bring health and wellness back into balance. Little Freddy had his hands full and over the next 6 decades, he has made it his business to bring healing to the world around him, not only to his family and friends, but to the community and world at large, what a journey it has been. Questions Could tell us in your own words a little bit about your journey? Could you share with us as an organization, maybe one or two things that you can do as leadership in an organization or putting in place some form of programme to support team members where mental health is concerned in order to strengthen the customer experience? If there was one thing to do immediately to assist ourselves when we're feeling out of balance. What would you suggest that one thing would be? Could you share with us what's the one online resource, tool, website or app that you absolutely can't live without in your business? Could you also share with us and I'm sure you've read many, many books across your lifespan, especially in the field that you are in, but maybe one or two that have had a great impact on you, it could be a one that you read a very long time ago, or even one you've read recently, that you'd like to share with our listeners? Could you also share our listeners what's one thing that's going on in your life right now that you're really excited about, either something you're working on to develop yourself or your people? Where can listeners find you online? Do you have a quote or a saying that during times of adversity or challenge you'll tend to revert to this quote? It kind of helps to get you back on track if for any reason you get derailed or get off track. Do you have one of those? Highlights Dr. Moss' Journey Me: I know we read a little bit about your journey. And I didn't read your entire bio. But if you could tell us in your own words a little bit about your journey, I know your bio, the part that I did read did indicate that you have been doing quite a bit of work since you landed on Earth. And so, could you just share with our listeners a little bit about how you got to where you are today? Dr. Moss shared that it has been a long strange trip. It's been a little over 64 years now and young at heart for sure. And there's lots of work to do. He arrived on that March 01, 1958 with the whole idea of being counted on to bring joy and pleasure and love and reconnection to that family. And for the first couple years, he probably did pretty good until his brothers got annoyed and irritated with him, he had two brothers, still do who 10 and 14 years older than him. And they taught him how to be precocious. They taught him how to read and write and do math, even before he arrived in kindergarten. Because when he arrived there, he was ahead of the class, he was doing things that most of the kindergarteners didn't want to do, he was like interested in flashcards and books and stuff like that. He was also bored, so he became a class clown, there's nobody in elementary school, no teacher he ever had who certainly ever forgot him as a student. Because what he was really interested in more than anything, he thought school was going to show him how to communicate, he loved the way that his parents and his brothers communicated with each other, he could just watch him from the playpen. And he knew that there was something special in the world of sharing ideas with each other and he really wanted to learn how to do that become a master of communication. But low and behold, elementary school was not a place to learn that and he thought, “Oh, maybe the bigger kids, Junior High.” And when he got there, it was even worse. He thought, “Okay, High School.” and then that would be even worse, all you had to do is sit down and regurgitate what the teacher said, and that they would call you a good student and move you ahead. And he just thought that was so absurd. Eventually, he went to college and with the whole idea again, he went to the best college he could possibly think because he loved their football helmets and that was a University of Michigan. And he went there and again, was kind of disillusioned with the idea that what he really had to do was just follow what the professor said and say whatever they wanted him to say and then pass, that wasn't open discourse and that's what I really wanted. So, he dropped out of college and he did what any self-respecting American dropout would do in the late 70s. He had boarded a Greyhound bus and went all the way to Berkeley, California so that he could learn, just figuring out who he was. He had a great summer in Berkeley, but realized he didn't have a job and not much of a future. So, his mom convinced him to come back and try school one more time. He came back, there was a new field that was just growing, you might have heard of it, it's called Computer Science and the only computer that was there in Michigan was happened to be at the University of Michigan. So, it was a two-acre facility, he spent his day and night there, pulling up batch cards like punch cards and then hoping that the batch would run and he did that for a little while until he realized that wasn't going to work, so he dropped out again. This is when the story starts getting interesting because in 1980 when he dropped out, his mom, again convinced him that she should probably get a job. And I thought, yeah, making some money so he could buy a car so he could go around the country and figure out what his life is about made some sense. So, he started working at a state hospital for adolescent psychiatry, State House Psychiatric Hospital for adolescent boys. And that's where really his journey in some ways with this whole idea of mental health began. On January 05, 1980, he began that job and he was a communicator, he knew that he could communicate with these kids and then when they communicated and connected as human beings, well, healing took place in all directions, not just for them but for him as well and maybe even for the people around them. Like treating these people like they were just people and not sick kids who are defective or afflicted but just people just like him who don't really know what to do next, and aren't really sure what their next step was, and really just acknowledging them for being human. He really, really strongly learned that communication and connection was at the heart of all healing of all conditions. The thing he really disrespected though, was the way psychiatry was dealing with these kids. He hated psychiatry, he hated that they would call the psychiatrist and they would come by and interview the child for three seconds. So, they'd say like, “Johnny's up too late.” or “Timmy and Tony got in a fight.” They'd interview the kid for 3 seconds, and then interview them for like 5 seconds and then take out their pen and write an order. And then they have to go haul the kid into the quiet room and hold them down against his will and then fill his hip up with adult grade anti-psychotic injectable medication. And if this puts him out of his misery for the next 12 or 24 hours, they'd somehow call that a success. He found that to be so barbaric and it's still going on in our world today, if you need to know. It's going on every single day in many different hospitals around the world. But he just decided that communication and connection really were what he wanted to be a stand for. And he went back to school solely to become a psychiatrist so that he could bring communication back to that field because he saw the opportunity that psychiatry had to really make a difference in the world that they did that. Over the next 13 years, he completed his degree and completed his residency and completed his fellowship. And low and behold, he graduated as a psychiatrist from a great medical school and a great residency. And there he was, the truth is that psychiatry had gone through a significant change at that time and began medicating people. This whole idea of diagnosing and medicating and Biological Psychiatry falls on the heels of a drug called Prozac. And Prozac had been introduced in 1987 while he was in training, and now he too was becoming a psycho pharmacologist. Now, you can guess that there was some soul sacrifice there, there was a massive heart ache because he didn't want to prescribe medicine, he didn't want to diagnose people, he went into the field so he wouldn't have to do that. But there he was actually living a life that was inconsistent to who he was. And over the next 15 years, he did his best to bring communication there but more and more, he was being contracted and constricted away from the psychiatric field. In 2006, he decided that he would finally start taking people off of medicine, he took some of his low risk people off of medicine, and they just got way better, reliably better. As soon as he took the medicine away, their diagnosis often disappeared. And he thought he was onto something like maybe the medicines actually perpetuate to conditions. Maybe in fact the medicines actually worsen or cause the conditions at times. Now, this made him really angry, and he didn't know exactly how to manage it, but over time, and it's been, what, 15, 16 years since 2006, he's really learned how to really get respect for not medicating, not diagnosing and then they call him the un-doctor, un-medicated, un-diagnosing, and then un-doctornating people. Really getting that if you're having a miserable time as a human, if you're uncomfortable, anxious, fearful, depressed, sad, confused, scattered, any of those things, it's entirely okay. And it's part of being a human, to be highly uncomfortable at times, to be miserable at times is okay. That doesn't mean there's something wrong with you. We don't blame a log for burning in the fire, if you put a log into fire, it's going to burn, if you put a human on this world, we're going to be uncomfortable. And we start really looking at that and he's back to getting the connection is at the heart of all healing. So, he created a company called Welcome to Humanity in 2015. And that was self-explanatory, all things human are okay. The possibility of seeing all people for who they are and who they're not is okay. The possibility of accepting and even having some compassion and forgiveness for the misery that we all feel is all okay. And they started really communicating and connecting as a healer, instead of as a doctor that he had been prior to that. After Welcome to Humanity, several other different things have sprouted, there was global madness where he was going to go around the world like Anthony Bourdain, and really see that psychiatry is different and the whole idea of mental health is different in Jamaica. And it's different everywhere. It's like what's sick in Jamaica isn't the same as what's sick in California. And so, it can't really be if you have a broken arm in Jamaica, you're going to have that same broken arm if you fly to California, but that's not true of mental health and mental illness. And so, the idea that it's variable, meaning that it's transformable, meaning that we can alter this whole idea of what mental health and mental illnesses through conversation. Meaning that we can actually make a difference with people without having to put them on a couch 4 times a week or send them to Tibet or India. Or even give them a bunch of ganja, those aren't the only ways to find peace and we can find peace by recognizing that each of us are in this together. The true voice technology is his most recent finding, after doing the creative eight, the creative eight really took advantage of the art, music, dancing, singing, drama, cooking, writing, gardening, all the creative acts in life can really lead to a reduction of the symptomology. And the Find Your True Voice technology, his most recent book, which he can offer to listeners, actually, is a technology that takes a deep dive into finding our authenticity in the face of any world experience and then speaking our exact truth, like what's really important to us, because you've probably noticed, a lot of people are no longer speaking their truth and they're just saying things that they don't even mean, or not saying things at all, because they're afraid they're going to be dismissed or discounted or censored or cancelled or hurt. And he thinks in these difficult times in the world, more than anything, we really have to count on people to speak their true voice, because we're not going to be taking care of any of the very major problems in the world like COVID or like climate change, or racism or sex trafficking, or war, or all the many things that have really come forth in the last few years as super problems. Unless we have a conversation going, we're not going to be able to deal with those but the future looks pretty grim if we're not going to be able to deal with those things, it looks like pretty calamitous. And the only way we're going to get there is by really finding a way to communicate together. And that's what he's a stand for now, as he's been since the moment he arrived on Earth March 01, 1958. As an Organization, Programmes that Can Be Put in Place to Support Team Members Where Mental Health is Concerned to Strengthen Customer Experience Me: Thank you so much for sharing Dr. Moss. Now, mental health is a real thing, I don't think a lot of companies or even countries for that matter, really gives it the attention that it needs and dedication that it requires. Could you share with us as an organization, maybe one or two things that you can do as leadership in an organization or putting in place some form of programme to support team members where mental health is concerned in order to strengthen the customer experience? Dr. Moss thinks if you're really up to having a healthy workforce, a healthy payroll, people who are really able to stand up for what's important in a customer experience, he thinks the number one thing to really get is that all people really want more than anything is to be heard, to be heard, and to be listened to, to actually be cared for, to be appreciated, to be acknowledged. So, if you're going to do anything, he thinks to create an atmosphere in your company, or in your corporation or in your small groups, or even in your experience with the customers were the primary goal is to listen intently to what's being said. And not only what's being said with words, but what's being called for, how can you move the needle forward in a progressive way? What is the environment or the circumstances calling on you to present or you to be with including the possibility of saying nothing? Can you listen for what's being called for to move that conversation forward and provide that creatively? We're all super creative, every one of us, including those of us who think we're not, that's just an old injury when you think you're not. The truth is we're all very creative and we are all listening at our own pace and our own level, and more than delivering what we think is right. And what he's saying is that more than anything, it's not a matter of speaking, it's a matter of listening to those people who are struggling to say that which is really important to them, whatever way they're doing it. So, he believes that more than anything, the secret ingredient here is definitely listening. Me: So, we need to listen more because everybody wants to be seen, they want to be felt, they want to be heard. I think it's a process for sure. Dr. Moss shared that when people disagree with us, we think it's okay to disregard them and dismiss them and unfriend them and never talk to them even if they are our siblings or best friends beforehand. So, these days we're cancelling people out of our worlds because they disagree with us on some certain issues and that's happened to him and it's happened to most people. He's lost friends in the last couple years and it's really quite painful. What's really here or there then is, listening is an act of occupation, it's not just what you do in between the time you talked and the time you're going to talk next, it's actually having those ears open and being super curious about what that person is saying, or what they're trying to get across in a way that really acknowledges and respects and accepts and maybe even forgives that person for being as confused as they are when they're confused. Because after all, if you haven't noticed, each and every one of us is thoroughly confused, some of us pretend like we're not and going to get it done. But each and every human on this planet is totally confused. Of course, how could you not be, there's some crap going on out there. Let's be fair about it, those of us who pretend that we're not confused, are almost more confused, they're more confused, they actually think that it's possible not to be confused. Me: The ones who think they're not confused, they're deluding themselves. Dr. Moss agreed, exactly. Come on. Let's be real about it. Suggestion to Assist Ourselves When We're Feeling Out of Balance Me: Now, Dr. Moss, if there was one thing to do immediately to assist ourselves when we're feeling out of balance. What would you suggest that one thing would be? Dr. Moss thinks it's pause. Hold on a second, re configure yourself. Allow yourself to make a mistake, allow yourself to learn, allow yourself to regroup and get curious again, give yourself compassion, forgiveness, acceptance. He guesses you only asked for one thing, and he sees this as one thing. It's like, pause and reset. You can do that multiple times per day, if you want. Pause, reset, pause, reset, it doesn't take very much work. Me: And I guess the average person is just going and going and going and going and it's like they don't actually take time. I think generally people feel like if they stop, and they're not doing something that their productivity will decrease. But in order for you to be more productive, you really do we need those pauses, don't you? Dr. Moss agreed yes, you do. He knows how to run like the devil, he's a doctor. So, they trained him in medical school to be up 24 hours in emergency rooms, and in psychiatry to deal with suicide, and with homicide, and with alcoholism and drug addiction and overdoses and all those things. He knows how to run hard. But the truth is, in those moments where he can get maybe even 5 minutes, let alone 20 minutes. So, just stop and sit or stop and appreciate. No one ever told him he'd be alive forever. And no one definitely ever told him that this life was not without any misery. So, the truth is, there's massive misery, massive overwhelming misery all over the world. There are great reasons for it, it's not in your head, it's very real. There's nothing wrong with you for being miserable in a miserable world when it's going on, for some reason, we have the capacity to recuperate or to reset ourselves because, have you noticed that some days when you're just so totally spent, like you don't have another ounce of energy left, that later in that same day you might have blissful moments, you might just realize the absolute beauty of life on the same day. That is a gift that came from us on creation and it's extraordinary that this too shall pass still works. Even in this world where calamities are just happenstance, they're just every day, there's shit going on that is just thoroughly and totally unacceptable. App, Website or Tool that Dr. Moss Absolutely Can't Live Without in His Business When asked about online resource that cannot live without in his business, Dr. Moss shared that he saw that question coming down the pike and he was thinking like, “Where am I right now with that particular question?” And he thinks the cheapest way would be to say something like email or messaging, but we'll go past that. He thinks that Slack is really interesting, although it has flaws. And he thinks that all of the apps, they have significant flaws. He thinks that Google Docs and Dropbox are super interesting, he has no idea what he would do without those two in particular. How would he handle life without Google and Dropbox? There's a lot of his stuff locked up in there, he doesn't even know how to find it. But he thinks some of the more interesting, newer apps, as he learns about them, he's 64, so he's sort of on the back edge, he's not as quite as savvy as some of the 30 somethings like his son whose birthday is today (July 20th). But he thinks that some of those new apps are so extraordinary as they come off the press and the things they do. Some of these apps, they just do amazing things. But he thinks ultimately, the one he can't live without is he'd have to say, unfortunately, is through Google Suite. Books that Have Had the Biggest Impact on Dr. Moss When asked about books that have an impact, Dr. Moss shared that he likes spiritual books. He can't go very far without saying sort of like The Torah, The Talmud, The Mission, or the basic Old Testament Jewish texts, he loves those. He's not reading them this very moment, but the truth is, when he does, his whole life gets re-centered. So, it's hard to not pay attention to those books. The books recently that he's really been enjoying, he's so excited about are by Alan Watts. He thinks Alan Watts is so brilliant, and just re centers all of this nonsense so easily in 10 and 15 minutes snippets. So, you can read little chapters, it's generally readable. And he just takes on this whole idea that time is just an illusion, or space is just an illusion, or that all we really have is now and he does it in a way that he finds to be so entertaining and refreshing. Now, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, he's sure other people have answered that question, has answered it with that book. He thinks it's a fine book and everything, he doesn't know that it's life changing book in his life. For some people, it really is. But once he gets past the Torah, then he has to get to what he's reading now. He's got so many books open in his living room. He has like 40 books that are open in his living room right now that he's like almost done with or partially through and he just keeps reading. He just pulled off “To Kill a Mockingbird,” he's like, “Oh, yeah, someday I'm going to read To Kill a Mockingbird, because I understand that that's going to really change my life.” But he's got like 23 books to read before he gets to that one. And then life goes on. What Dr. Moss is Really Excited About Now! When asked about something that he's excited about, Dr. Moss stated that that's a great question. He's working on both with himself and with his people and the new course that he's developed is called The True Voice Course. And it's about your voice mattering. Basically, it's an online course but it's mixed in with a mastermind, you get his two books, you get access to him, and you get access to a community of like-minded individuals who are really out to bring their true voice forward. He's graduated over 50 people in his courses to move them from zero to podcasters. So, that's one group of people you get, but you also get people who are really interested in bringing their voice forward. The technology he's developed is comprehensive and he's super excited about rolling out that course, you can find it at www.truevoicepodcasting.com and the first 10 people who come into that course are actually going to get it at half price. And that's a significant savings. And they really just want those people to come in, take the course, let them know what works and if there's parts of it that are vague, or maybe they overlook so that they can make this course spectacular for everyone. This course is running out, starting this week and next week, so by the time that this airs, it should have a number of people that are in it. He's super excited about it because it really incorporates his books and his experience right there into a course where he can source people to find that true voice and bring it over to a world that's waiting. When he says that there's a personal aspect to this, he's doing the same thing with his wife. He has a wife, a gorgeous, unbelievable, amazing human being who he calls his wife. And they have 3 cats, and they live in a pretty cool house and they're just kind of trying to figure out how to create a relationship every single day. And that's the same thing, using the same technology, because if you're not speaking your true voice, and no one is ever going to know you. And that's the way he is with Alexandra (his wife) as well on the way she is with him, and they bring forth art and communication and creativity like the Creative 8 asked for as well as The True Voice, as well as her own special style, which is through dance and art to really create a relationship that's never been done before. So, those are the two things and they're kind of related and these are special times to be able to have come through this life and still be banging away on things that truly do matter, like human connection. Me: Now, for those of our listeners that would want to tap into this programme, is it that it is geared towards a particular type of person? Or is it open to anyone regardless of where they are in their life? Dr. Moss shared that it really is open to anyone. But he thinks what they're really looking for, what they're finding are the people who have felt muted, who feel muffled, who feel fearful, who feel that their voices are not being heard, or that they're not speaking their true voice, and they're eager to do so. Maybe there's a new level of urgency given up all the world issues that we're now experiencing. And these often turn out to be mothers, this often turned out to be mothers on the other side of an empty nest perhaps, or a divorce, or maybe even just mothers who want their children to have the voices. They start realizing that up until now, they've been caring for so many people, but, “What about me? Like, what about the things that really matter to me?” It's the what about me people who are really taking this course by storm, who are like, “Yeah, I forgot how to speak my truth. I want to find my truth. I want to refine my truth. And then I want to deliver that truth.” And podcasting is one spectacular way to do that, it's not the only way, they help people find their voice and then naturally they find when to deliver it and how they're going to deliver it, even if it's just in their family, or if it's on a stage in front of 1000s of people. Either way, it's the same general criteria, they help you take a deep dive to finding that authentic self of yours, rediscovering it, refining it, and then delivering it to the world that really is ready and willing to listen to you. Where Can We Find Dr. Moss Online Instagram - @drfredmoss Facebook - @drfredmoss LinkedIn – Fred R. Moss, MD Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Quote or Saying that During Times of Adversity Dr. Moss Uses When asked about a quote or saying that he tends to revert to, Dr. Moss stated that there's a couple that come to mind. He used to answer this question with a Rolling Stones, “You can't always get what you want, but you get what you need.” He thinks that's a sweet quote. He thinks there's something else, there's, “This too shall pass.” That is a beautiful quote. And that we are spiritual beings living a human experience, there's something very beautiful about that too. He thinks that we are spiritual beings living a human experience can be very helpful as well, getting us centered into the here and now and getting that calamities and disasters and all those things that we hate, no one ever said that wasn't going to be part of this live. So, this idea of really listening in order to learn seems like it comes very easily from this notion that we are spiritual beings living a human experience. Me: So, we'll have those two, the Rolling Stones, and this too shall pass. Really appreciate that. Now, thank you, again, Dr. Moss, for taking time out of your very busy day to hop on this podcast with us and share all of this awesome content on what you are doing, how you are trying to help people to have more real conversations to really get their message out there and just to be their most authentic and true self, it really was a wonderful conversation. Thank you so much. Dr. Moss shared that it's his pleasure. And thanks for working through all the all the technological challenges, it really was a beautiful conversation, and he appreciates Yanique and really to Yanique and her listeners. This isn't a pitch for his product, he has a product, it's true. But it's not about that, these are difficult, urgent, real times. And what he really wants people to get is, if you don't speak, no one will ever hear you and if you don't speak your true voice, no one will ever know you. He has a capacity to source people to actually find that true voice and whether you use him or someone else, he's just really, really, really is interested in people who are ready to put their foot down and get that yeah, in what's left of this short life, even if it's 10, 20, 40, 60 years from now, you want to get heard, you want to be loved, you want to be appreciated. Okay, then let's start really getting with who you really are and making that happen. And whatever it takes to do that he implores the listeners and yourself to really step up because that's all that's left to do as far as he sees. Me: Dr. Moss, so you have a gift for our listeners, please go ahead and share. Dr. Moss shared that he has a gift, he wrote a book this year that he's really proud of and it takes a deeper dive into this whole notion of how this technology works. He knows the title of the book will surprise the audience, it's called Find Your True Voice and he's going to send the actual book to the listeners if they just sign up for the book, and you can find that at www.findyourtruevoicebook.com. And he'll send you a copy. And after that, he just want to hear what did you think of that book? Is there something there that can move you forward? Or where is it that this book or his talk is valuable? Because he's super interested in delivering talks, and having people really get that if we don't speak well….the future looks pretty grim. And if we do speak, we can end all wars. And that's what that book is about really finding a true voice and it's simple to read, fun to read, fun to write, and he invites listeners to sign up for a free copy. 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It's Hacker Summer Camp time! Thank you for joining this live stream during Black Hat and DEF CON with guests Andrea Mijuskovic and Philippe Humeau!Watch the live stream video on our Black Hat and DEF CON coverage page: https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22Follow our social media as everything will be streamed live as it is. No editing, no script, and most of all … no BS
This week, I'm talking about the stages of group development – what is necessary (and inevitable) for a team to grow, face up to challenges, tackle problems, find solutions, plan work, and deliver results. This work is based on the research of Bruce Tuckman from 1965, who hypothesized that, along with these factors, interpersonal relationships would create an effective group function. The four stages Tuckman identified in his research are forming, storming, norming, and performing. FormingIn this phase, the team meets and learns about the opportunities and challenges, and then agrees on goals and begins to tackle the tasks. Team members tend to behave quite independently. They may be motivated but are usually relatively uninformed of the issues and objectives of the team. Team members are usually on their best behavior, but very focused on themselves. Mature team members begin to model appropriate behavior even at this early phase. The meeting environment also plays an important role. Members attempt to become oriented to the tasks as well as to one another. This is also the stage in which group members test boundaries, create ground rules, and define organizational standards. Discussion centers on defining the scope of the task, how to approach it, and similar concerns. To grow from this stage to the next, each member must relinquish the comfort of non-threatening topics and risk the possibility of conflict. StormingThis is the second stage of team development, where the group starts to gain each other's trust. This stage often starts when they voice their opinions; conflict may arise between team members as power and status are assigned. When group members start to work with each other they start to learn about individual working styles and what it is like to work with each other as a team; it also identifies the hierarchy of positions in the group. At this stage there is often a positive and polite atmosphere, people are pleasant to each other, and they may have feelings of excitement, eagerness, and positivity. Others may have feelings of suspicion, fear, and anxiety. The leader of the team will then describe the tasks to the group, describe the different behaviors to the group, and how to deal and handle complaints. In this stage "...participants form opinions about the character and integrity of the other participants and feel compelled to voice these opinions if they find someone shirking responsibility or attempting to dominate. Sometimes participants question the actions or decision of the leader as the process grows harder..." Disagreements and personality clashes must be resolved before the team can progress out of this stage, and so some teams may never emerge from "storming" or re-enter that phase if new challenges or disputes arise. In Tuckman's 1965 paper, only 50% of the studies identified a stage of intragroup conflict, and some of the remaining studies jumped directly from stage 1 to stage 3. Some groups may avoid this phase altogether, but for those who do not, the duration, intensity, and destructiveness of the "storms" can be varied. Tolerance of each team member and their differences must be emphasized in this phase; without tolerance and patience the team will fail. This phase can become destructive to the team and will lower motivation if allowed to get out of control. Some teams will never develop past this stage; however, disagreements within the team can make members stronger, more versatile, and able to work more effectively together. Supervisors during this phase may be more accessible but tend to remain directive in their guidance of decision-making and professional behavior. The team members will ideally resolve their differences and members will be able to participate with one another more comfortably. The ideal is that they will not feel that they are being judged and will therefore share their opinions and views. Normally tension, struggle, and sometimes arguments occur. Norming"Resolved disagreements and personality clashes result in greater intimacy, and a spirit of cooperation emerges." This happens when the team is aware of competition and they share a common goal. In this stage, all team members take responsibility and have the ambition to work for the success of the team's goals. They start tolerating the whims of the other team members. They accept others as they are and make an effort to move on. The danger here is that members may be so focused on preventing conflict that they are reluctant to share controversial ideas. Performing"With group norms and roles established, group members focus on achieving common goals, often reaching an unexpectedly high level of success." By this time, they are motivated and knowledgeable. The team members are now competent, autonomous, and able to handle the decision-making process without supervision. Dissent is expected and allowed as long as it is channeled through means acceptable to the team. Supervisors of the team during this phase are almost always participating. The team will make most of the necessary decisions. Even the most high-performing teams will revert to earlier stages in certain circumstances. Many long-standing teams go through these cycles many times as they react to changing circumstances. For example, a change in leadership may cause the team to revert to storming as the new people challenge the existing norms and dynamics of the team. In 1977, Tuckman added a fifth stage: adjourning. Adjourning This stage involves completing the task and breaking up the team (also sometimes referred to as mourning). Tuckman's research concluded that an important step in the small group lifecycle was the ultimate separation at the end of this cycle. As a leader of small groups, how can you facilitate this lifecycle? In the forming phase, a leader should engage their coordinating behaviors, which include: -Purposefully picking the team -Facilitating goal identification -Ensuring a shared mental model – a cohesive approach to thinking about the problem or task at hand In the storming phase, a leader should engage their coaching behaviors, which include: -Serving as a resource person for the team -Developing mutual trust -Calming the work environment In the norming and performing phases, a leader should engage their empowering behaviors, which include: -Getting feedback from team members -Facilitating the transfer of leadership to the group -Setting aside time for planning and engaging the team In the adjourning phase, a leader should engage their supporting behaviors, which may include: -Redefining roles -Creating future leadership opportunities You're probably thinking that leaders in these various phases need to have a wide range of competencies – and you're right. I wanted to take a few minutes to outline three leadership strategies to help with these groups: Group diversity is everything…if you can manage it. From a personality perspective, research has shown that, while homogeneous groups get along better with less conflict, heterogeneous groups achieve better results…IF they learn to work together. Understanding personality type, and subsequently bringing together a diverse group in terms of the way they take in information, make decisions, structure themselves, and orient themselves to the outer world will ultimately help you get the best possible result. Striking a balance between decisiveness and inclusivity. Your team will run you over if you aren't decisive enough…but if you are dictatorial, they will rebel like teenagers. Your challenge, then, is to find the ideal balance between getting input so all members feel heard and their opinions valued - AND making the necessary decisions that move the group forward. Personality type plays a role here, as well – make sure your introverts are heard. Giving them the agenda ahead of time, with specific questions or issues you'll be bringing up during the next meeting, will help get the best out of your quieter members. If a lack of decisiveness is one of your weaknesses, establish a timeframe for decision-making. For example, set a timer in the meeting for discussion, then when the alarm goes off, DECIDE. Then move on to the next decision…no second-guessing or re-evaluating. Continue to step back, gradually. As the team becomes more cohesive, roles and responsibilities clearly defined, and forward progress accelerates, your leadership role will change. An important skill set is to know when to step back to more of a facilitation/support role. Ego can sometimes get in the way here, so keep in mind that this isn't about you. You have an amazing opportunity to develop emerging leaders, help group members develop skills, and watch synergy between people who perhaps didn't even know one another a short time ago. Here's a bonus: Evaluate your leadership. This is a growth opportunity for you as a leader, so it is important that you assess your leadership strengths at each phase. Where could you have handled situations better? Where were you too slow/too fast to address a problem? Internally, where did you find yourself resisting a change that would require a different set of skills from you? Make sure you do this evaluation from a place of curiosity and personal development – not judgment and condemnation. Remember, there is a learning curve here for you, as well – even if you have led other groups, you haven't led this group with this purpose before. Be kind to yourself! Are you in the wrong job that chips away at you every day? 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It's Hacker Summer Camp time! Thank you for joining this live stream during Black Hat and DEF CON with guest David Rogers!Watch the live stream video on our Black Hat and DEF CON coverage page: https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22Follow our social media as everything will be streamed live as it is. No editing, no script, and most of all … no BS
It's Hacker Summer Camp time! Thank you for joining this live stream during Black Hat and DEF CON with guest Jake Flynn!Watch the live stream video on our Black Hat and DEF CON coverage page: https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22Follow our social media as everything will be streamed live as it is. No editing, no script, and most of all … no BS
In this episode, I'm talking about everyone's favorite subject: failure! So often I see people use failure in many different ways to prevent themselves from getting the results they want, and today I'm exploring how we can redefine failure so that it no longer prevents us from moving forward. Listen in as I share how failure can completely shake your identity, what needs to happen to flip the way of thinking about failure to a way that serves you, and why experiencing failure does not negate future success (despite what we've all been led to believe). You can find show notes and more by clicking here: http://www.katrinaubellmd.com/291
How do we move away from the false idea that rest has to be earned, and productivity defines our worth? In this episode, we are joined by public health coach, Marissa McKool. With a history in public health, Marissa shares her story of using her knowledge and experience in public health to build her own business, McKool Coaching. Marissa mainly coaches early to mid-career public health professionals. By doing this work, she is helping them make their jobs more sustainable, by supporting them to discover how to control their mental and emotional experiences. Marissa helps us understand why we need to challenge our narrative around rest and how to shift our mindset in order to detach from toxic productivity standards. Burnout, stress, overwhelm, and exhaustion are just some of the symptoms that Marissa aims to combat by reshaping our definition of rest, and how we believe we need to earn and justify having it. You will hear about how you can have more rest, more time to do things that bring you joy, and more opportunities to thrive in your career. From freeing yourself from internalized societal bias and unrealistic workplace expectations to creating a life you love, Marissa is here to be your guide! PHEC Podcast Show Notes: https://www.drchhuntley.com/podcast
Join us and our guest, Jayesh Singh Chauhan, takes us through all that this year's village has to offer.About the Cloud VillageCloud village is an open space to meet folks interested in offensive and defensive aspects of cloud security. The village is home to various activities like talks, workshops, CTFs and discussions targeted around cloud services.If you are a professional who is looking to gain knowledge on securely maintaining the cloud stack and loves to be around like-minded security folks who share the similar zeal towards the community, Cloud Village is the perfect place for you.Be sure to catch all of our conversations from Black Hat and DEF CON 2022 at https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22____________________________GuestJayesh Singh ChauhanFounder, Cloud Village [@cloudvillage_dc]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayeshschOn Twitter | https://twitter.com/jayeshschOn Facebook | https://facebook.com/jayeshsch____________________________This Episode's SponsorsCrowdSec | https://itspm.ag/crowdsec-b1vpEdgescan | https://itspm.ag/itspegwebPentera | https://itspm.ag/pentera-tyuw____________________________ResourcesCloud Village DEF CON Schedule: Cloud Village CTF Portal: https://ctf.cloud-village.org/Cloud Village website: https://cloud-village.org/On YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/cloudvillage_dcAt DEF CON: https://forum.defcon.org/node/239788____________________________For more Black Hat and DEF CON Event Coverage podcast and video episodes visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/black-hat-2022-and-def-con-hacker-summer-camp-las-vegas-usa-cybersecurity-event-and-conference-coverageAre you interested in telling your story in connection with Black Hat and DEF CON by sponsoring our coverage?
In this episode, I share an amazing client case study from a client who turned her success into supporting other women's success. It happens often that we experience such a deep change in our own lives that we can't help but want to share it with others. My amazing client Mindy shares where she began in her coaching journey with me AND where she is now. Episode Link: https://feelamazingnaked.com/episode197
About Alena Alena Snedeker is a leader, mentor, teacher, and a lover. She enjoys her life to the fullest and believes that a life worth living is one filled with adventure, freedom, love, and fun. Being a yoga teacher for the last 14 years, now owning her own studio in San Diego has truly brought so much joy into her life. Alena is always aligned to her highest good, not just for her, but for all mankind. Clayton's NotesThis conversation really pushed the expansion of my mind. I've always had a very biological and conservative approach to relationships and nudity. You hear in this episode the deepest truths that I use to hold (and maybe still do) with regards to relationships. I'm so honored and grateful that Alena was able to be an open and vulnerable as she was on this podcast. I know that a lot of healing occurred in this episode - even if it was merely just for me.Alena's LinksHer Yoga Studio: http://reachyoga.comClayton's LinksWebsite and App: https://www.travelingtoconsciousness.com/Master Link: http://linktr.ee/claytoncuteriSponsors: https://travelingtoconsciousness.com/article/133008Support The ShowConscious Monkey Membership: https://travelingtoconsciousness.com/accessPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/claytoncuteriIntro Music Producer: Don KinIG: https://www.instagram.com/donkinmusic/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/44QKqKsd81oJEBKffwdFfPSuper grateful for this guy ^Smart Passive Income PodcastWeekly interviews, strategy, and advice for building your online business the smart way.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Michael analyzes problems with recent comments by Cardinal Hollerich on some of the church’s moral teachings. He also analyzes problems with liberal and radical traditional comments on the cardinal’s comments.
Lynn Billett is Family Nurse Practitioner with over 15 years of experience providing health care for patients from infancy to adulthood. Her energy and exuberance in participating medicine shows through her dedication to patient care. She cares deeply about her patients' wellbeing and is passionate in educating, empowering and inspiring them to take charge of their health outside of the office. Lynn obtained her undergraduate degree at California State University, Sacramento and received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a minor in Spanish at California State University of Fresno. She returned to University of California Los Angeles to obtain her Master of Science in Nursing, Nurse Practitioner in Family Practice and a subspecialty in Occupational, Environmental Health and Safety. She is also a certified therapeutic lifestyle educator through Metagenics. Her passion in healing patients inspired her to pursue education in functional medicine. In addition, Lynn trained at the UCLA Wooden Center and was certified through the American Council of Exercises as a group fitness instructor. She also studied yoga and has been practicing and teaching for more than 15 years.
Brad Slager in for Pete Kaliner: More on the Inflation Reduction Act. Is climate change being blown out of proportion by the media? Also, the media will do anything to stop republicans.Get exclusive content here!: https://thepetekalinershow.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25 years of BlackHat gatherings and related research. 20+ years of venture capital, investments, and mergers & acquisitions dedicated to CyberSecurity. That's a lot of time and presumably a lot of effort and money. So...where do we find ourselves on the road to better cyber defenses?Our guest for this episode is Bob Ackerman. Bob started AllegisCyber nearly 20 years ago with the vision to be the first venture firm to focus 100% on cyber security investing. We are experiencing a third downmarket where Bob has been as a dedicated cyber VC—a distinction shared by a select few—and he has helped hundreds of startups navigate these cycles. The geopolitical landscape, threats to civilian critical infrastructure, and heightened government involvement collectively make this market even more different, uncertain, and riddled with risk for the startups and investors new to the cyber domain. A lot has happened. But a lot has stayed the same as well. Let's explore this a bit during this chat as part of our Black Hat and DEF CON 2022 coverage.Be sure to catch all of our conversations from Black Hat and DEF CON 2022 at https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22____________________________GuestBob AckermanManaging Director & Founder - AllegisCyber Capital [@AllegisCyber]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/bob-ackerman-a233336/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/BobAckerman____________________________This Episode's SponsorsCrowdSec | https://itspm.ag/crowdsec-b1vpEdgescan | https://itspm.ag/itspegwebPentera | https://itspm.ag/pentera-tyuw____________________________ResourcesForbes Article - New SEC Cybersecurity Reporting Requirements: What Companies Should Know About Regulations: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesfinancecouncil/2022/07/08/new-sec-cybersecurity-reporting-requirements-what-companies-should-know-about-regulationsForbes Article - New SEC Cybersecurity Reporting Requirements: Three Things Companies Need To Do Now: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesfinancecouncil/2022/05/25/new-sec-cybersecurity-reporting-requirements-three-things-companies-need-to-do-now____________________________For more Black Hat and DEF CON Event Coverage podcast and video episodes visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/black-hat-2022-and-def-con-hacker-summer-camp-las-vegas-usa-cybersecurity-event-and-conference-coverageAre you interested in telling your story in connection with Black Hat and DEF CON by sponsoring our coverage?
This week on the podcast I am joined by Racheal Cook. Racheal is a business strategist on a mission to help entrepreneurs build businesses without the hustle and burnout. She's the founder of The CEO Collective, a podcast host, and a best selling author. In this episode, Racheal shares her background with entrepreneurship, how she helped yoga entrepreneurs with their businesses, why she pivoted her business to focus on CEO's, and how we as yoga business owners can step out of entrepreneurial poverty and into our power as CEO's. Enjoy! This episode is brought to you by OfferingTree. If you're interested in finding an all-in-one platform for online or in-person teaching, then you should check out OfferingTree. OfferingTree has been supporting M.B.Om for over a year now and I not only love the product but I also love the people. OfferingTree is providing special pricing for M.B.Om listeners, so be sure to visit offeringtree.com/mbom. In this episode: How Racheal got involved in the world of entrepreneurship The main problems Racheal addressed and solved when working with yoga teachers How the pandemic has shifted the perspectives of entrepreneurs and business owners Redefining what it means to be a CEO Entrepreneurial poverty and how a business owner can escape from it Embracing the “math” of your business using The Get Paid Calculator Guest links: Get Paid Calculator: https://theceocollective.com/calculator/ Promote Yourself to CEO Podcast: https://theceocollective.com/podcast/
"Striker, listen, and you listen close: flying a plane is no different than riding a bicycle, just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes." - Rex Kramer [Airplane! the movie]It's a lot harder to secure these giant flying computer systems as well. The same is true for pretty much every vessel and communications system represented in the Aerospace Village. Join us and our guest, Kaylin Trychon, as we take a journey into what visitors can expect at this year's village.About the Aerospace VillageAerospace is a cornerstone of our global infrastructure and economy. While passenger safety is at an all-time high, the increasing adoption of connected technologies exposes aircraft, airports, satellites, and the interdependent aerospace ecosystem to new types of risks. The consequences of cybersecurity failure in a ground, air, or space-based system can impact human life and public safety; a crisis of confidence in the trustworthiness of air travel can undermine economic and (inter)national security.MISSION: Build, inspire, and promote an inclusive community of next-generation aerospace cybersecurity expertise and leaders.VALUES: The aerospace industry, security researchers, and the public share a common goal: safe, reliable, and trustworthy aviation and space operations.GOAL: The Aerospace Village is a diverse community of hackers, engineers, pilots, policy leaders and more from across both the public and private sectors. We believe the flying public deserves safe, reliable, and trustworthy air travel, which is highly dependent on secure aviation and space operations.Be sure to catch all of our conversations from Black Hat and DEF CON 2022 at https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22____________________________GuestKaylin TrychonCommunications Director at the Aerospace Village [@SecureAerospace]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaylintrychon/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/KaylinTrychon____________________________This Episode's SponsorsCrowdSec | https://itspm.ag/crowdsec-b1vpEdgescan | https://itspm.ag/itspegwebPentera | https://itspm.ag/pentera-tyuw____________________________ResourcesIoT Village DEF CON Schedule: https://aerospacevillage.org/events/upcoming-events/def-con-30/Aerospace Village website: https://aerospacevillage.org/On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/company/aerospace-village/At DEF CON: https://forum.defcon.org/node/240500____________________________For more Black Hat and DEF CON Event Coverage podcast and video episodes visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/black-hat-2022-and-def-con-hacker-summer-camp-las-vegas-usa-cybersecurity-event-and-conference-coverageAre you interested in telling your story in connection with Black Hat and DEF CON by sponsoring our coverage?
Web3 is a live experiment that is happening now. Around us. To us. By us. How will it affect privacy and security? Let's find out.In this conversation with Black Hat speaker, Nathan Hamiel, we explore the definition and promise of Web3 and its impact — positive and negative — on society.About the Session "From Hackathon to Hacked: Web3's Security Journey": If there's one prediction you can make with certainty, it's that security in the Web3/blockchain space will get a whole lot worse before it gets better. We have the perfect cocktail of inexperience mixed with emerging technology playing out in full public view with large sums at stake and the permanence of immutable transactions. The result is predictable. An environment free from constraints can seem like an innovation paradise, but when the stakes are so high, you have to get everything right the first time because there may not be a next time. We tend to forget that what we see from this space are experiments playing out in production, and the time between exploitation and losing millions of dollars worth of value can be measured in seconds. So, how did we get here? Is it all doom and gloom? What can be done?This talk is a grounded look at the factors contributing to the security failures we've witnessed, free from the hype and hatred associated with the space. We look at the similarities and differences between the development of this new technology and more traditional applications and how some of the attacks manifested. Better testing and tools aren't enough to solve the problem. We discuss actionable steps projects and chains can use today to address these issues and make the ecosystem safer for projects and users.Be sure to catch all of our conversations from Black Hat and DEF CON 2022 at https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22____________________________GuestNathan HamielSenior Director of Research at Kudelski Security [@KudelskiSec]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/nathanhamiel/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/nathanhamiel____________________________This Episode's SponsorsCrowdSec | https://itspm.ag/crowdsec-b1vpEdgescan | https://itspm.ag/itspegweb____________________________ResourcesSession | From Hackathon to Hacked: Web3's Security Journey: https://www.blackhat.com/us-22/briefings/schedule/index.html#from-hackathon-to-hacked-webs-security-journey-26692Kudelski Security Research Blog: https://research.kudelskisecurity.com/____________________________For more Black Hat and DEF CON Event Coverage podcast and video episodes visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/black-hat-2022-and-def-con-hacker-summer-camp-las-vegas-usa-cybersecurity-event-and-conference-coverageAre you interested in telling your story in connection with Black Hat and DEF CON by sponsoring our coverage?
Everything is connected these days — from coffee machines to home security cameras to drones. And they all could use a good ole hacking. Regardless of your hacking skills level, join the IoT Village crew for good vibes and tons of stuff to get your hands on.Join us and our guest, Rachael Tubbs, as we get into the vibe of all things IoT Village at DEF CON 2022!About the IoT VillageIoT Village advocates for advancing security in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry through bringing researchers and industry together. IoT Village hosts talks by expert security researchers, interactive hacking labs, live bug hunting in the latest IoT tech, and competitive IoT hacking contests. Over the years IoT Village has served as a platform to showcase and uncover hundreds of new vulnerabilities, giving attendees the opportunity to learn about the most innovative techniques to both hack and secure IoT. IoT Village is organized by security consulting and research firm, Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), and the non-profit organization, Loudmouth Security.Be sure to catch all of our conversations from Black Hat and DEF CON 2022 at https://www.itspm.ag/bhdc22____________________________GuestRachael TubbsMarketing and Events Lead at Independent Security Evaluators [@ISEsecurity]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachael-tubbs-1a1085135/____________________________This Episode's SponsorsCrowdSec | https://itspm.ag/crowdsec-b1vpEdgescan | https://itspm.ag/itspegweb____________________________ResourcesIoT Village DEF CON Schedule: https://www.iotvillage.org/defcon.htmlIoT Village website: https://www.iotvillage.org/On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/iotvillageAt DEF CON: https://forum.defcon.org/node/239789____________________________For more Black Hat and DEF CON Event Coverage podcast and video episodes visit: https://www.itspmagazine.com/black-hat-2022-and-def-con-hacker-summer-camp-las-vegas-usa-cybersecurity-event-and-conference-coverageAre you interested in telling your story in connection with Black Hat and DEF CON by sponsoring our coverage?
Redefining Darkness recording artists Detherous recently returned to town. The tour was suppose to be in support of a brand new album. But alas... Undeterred, these good Canadian boys still killed it every night and were eager to chat. We caught up with vox/axe Damon MacDonald. We discussed the response to the previous "Hacked to Death" album and the not so glamorous life on the road. In our "News, Views and Tunes", we go into detail about the new Shudder exclusive documentary "This Is Gwar" and our first live exposure to "deathmatch" wrasslin'. Musically, we crank new + used from the aforementioned Detherous, Castrator, Gwar, Blood, Oxygen Destroyer, Battlegrave, Funeral Chic, Tortured Saint, Death Piggy and introduce Canadian modern metallers My Hollow in our "Indie Spotlight". Horns Up and Stay Healthy! This Episode is sponsored by Trve Kvlt Coffee. Summon the coffee demons to possess yourself a cup today! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram
2001 produced one of the greatest collabs ever put down on a track when Common and Mos Def joined Bilal to produce Reminisce. The song is a journey through a life. An exploration of what was, what is, and what could be. “Just when I think that I forgot you I hear that dub that we used to rock to Just when I think I'm gettin' on without you Somebody passed and asked me about you.” This episode will take you on the same kind of journey. The B Dorm squad is going home and getting away from campus for summer break. And on that trip back home we have a very special guest — a guide in many ways, a pioneer, a mentor, a brother and a friend. Marc Bamuthi Joseph (@bamuthi ) is a poet, dancer, playwright, actor, musician, and composer and currently serves as the Vice President and Artistic Director of Social Impact at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. He is a 2017 TED Global Fellow, an inaugural recipient of the Guggenheim Social Practice initiative, and an honoree of the United States Artists Rockefeller Fellowship. Joseph's opera libretto, We Shall Not Be Moved, was named one of 2017's “Best Classical Music Performances” by The New York Times. He's a badass. He gets things done. And he always has. The conversation is a warm, thoughtful look at what it takes to make it in America. What it means to succeed as a black man in America. And how to work to subvert the arts and steer the message for a brighter future for all of us. That's what B Dorm is all about. Every episode of The B Dorm Podcast is an entertaining and thought provoking experience that will make you laugh, and make you feel. We hope you enjoy the ride. And while you're at it, go ahead and give us five stars and subscribe at bpod.us. Questions, comments or just something to share? Send it to us at email@example.com and be sure to visit bdorm.us for videos, B Dorm merch and more great content. And if you like what you're hearing, jump on over to patreon.com/bdorm and join our Patreon crew and support the show. Every bit helps and the whole team really appreciates your support. The B Dorm Podcast is bringing the power of the Righteous Media 5 I's: Independence, Integrity, Information, Inspiration and Impact. You can also watch a video of this entire episode here. The B Dorm Podcast connects, informs and inspires--and is powered by Righteous Media. On social media @bdormpod or visit www.BDorm.us. And don't forget to try Audible Plus for free: https://amzn.to/3KAcklz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Hear about a new treatment that may be able to reverse hearing loss, how new solar energy storage technology could eventually power our phones, and the surprisingly grand history of chickens.Reversing hearing loss. “Reversing hearing loss with regenerative therapy” by Zach Winnhttps://news.mit.edu/2022/frequency-therapeutics-hearing-regeneration-0329“What are Progenitor Cells? Exploring Neural, Myeloid and Hematopoietic Progenitor Cells” by Nicole Gleichmannhttps://www.technologynetworks.com/cell-science/articles/what-are-progenitor-cells-exploring-neural-myeloid-and-hematopoietic-progenitor-cells-329519“Quick Statistics About Hearing” by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disordershttps://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/statistics/quick-statistics-hearing“PCA Approach” and “About Hearing Loss” by Frequency Therapeuticshttps://www.frequencytx.com/science/pca-approach/https://www.frequencytx.com/hearing-loss/about-hearing-loss/“FX-322 in Adults With Acquired Sensorineural Hearing Loss” by Frequency Therapeutics Clinical Trialhttps://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05086276Phone charger, but make it the sun.“Converting solar energy to electricity on demand” by Chalmers University of Technologyhttps://techxplore.com/news/2022-04-solar-energy-electricity-demand.html“For a Better Future” by The MOST Solar Projecthttps://mostsolarproject.eu/“Molecular solar thermal (MOST) energy storage and release system” by Kasper Moth-Poulsen, et al.https://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2012/ee/c2ee22426g“Solar Energy: Benefits and Drawbacks” by Matthew Johnstonhttps://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/053015/pros-and-cons-solar-energy.aspChicken breeding.“The biocultural origins and dispersal of domestic chickens” by Joris Peters, Ophélie Lebrasseur, Evan K. Irving-Pease, Ptolemaios Dimitrios Paxinos, Julia Best, Riley Smallman, Cécile Callou, Armelle Gardeisen, Simon Trixl, Laurent Frantz, Naomi Sykes, Dorian Q. Fuller, and Greger Larson.https://www.pnas.org/doi/full/10.1073/pnas.2121978119“A new origin story for domesticated chickens starts in rice fields 3,500 years ago” by Bruce Bower.https://www.sciencenews.org/article/chicken-domestication-bones-origin-asia-rice-fields-exotic-animals“Redefining the timing and circumstances of the chicken's introduction to Europe and north-west Africa” by Julia Best, Sean Doherty, Ian Armit, Zlatozar Boev, Lindsey Büster, Barry Cunliffe, Alison Foster, Ben Frimet, Sheila Hamilton-Dyer, Tom Higham, Ophélie Lebrasseur, Holly Miller, Joris Peters, Michaël Seigle, Caroline Skelton, Rob Symmons, Richard Thomas, Angela Trentacoste, Mark Maltby, Greger Larson, and Naomi Sykeshttps://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/antiquity/article/redefining-the-timing-and-circumstances-of-the-chickens-introduction-to-europe-and-northwest-africa/0797DAA570D51D988B0514C37C2EC534Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/healing-hearing-hairs-sun-phones-chicken-gods