Question: How can I protect against oxalates? Short Answer: Getting 300-400 mg calcium between food and supplements at each meal will minimize oxalate absorption. Maintaining postprandial urine pH in the 6.4-6.8 range by getting 3-5 grams of potassium per day from food or from organic acid salts such as potassium citrate will prevent its crystallization in the kidney. Reducing dietary oxalate will prevent any possible damage in the gut. This is a clip from a live Q&A session open to CMJ Masterpass members. In addition to this episode, you can access two other free samples using this link: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/questions-on-blood-glucose-and-oxalate In that batch of free episodes you will also find the answer to this question: Why Should Postprandial Glucose Be Kept Under 140 mg/dL? If you want to become a Masterpass member so you can participate in the next live Q&A, or so you can have access to the complete recording and transcript of each Q&A session, you can save 10% off the subscription price for as long as you remain a member by using this link to sign up: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/qanda Learn more about the Masterpass here: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/about This snippet is from the April 12, 2023 AMA. The full recording and transcript is reserved for Masterpass members. Here is a preview of what's included: What Causes Hypercholesterolemia and Does It Matter? How to Reverse Coronary Calcification? How to do a comprehensive nutritional screening How long after eating improperly cooked egg whites should I wait to take biotin? Is the extrusion process as harmful as some claim? How long can one fast before micronutrient deficiencies become an issue? Do B vitamins compete with each other for absorption? Why is thirst a symptom of diabetes? Do I agree with Peter Attia that ApoB should be driven as low as pharmacologically possible? During a fast, does the body break down muscle? How do you rest and refeed your brain? Why would someone have high RBC magnesium but low serum magnesium? GLA deficiency? Should we eat for our ethnicity? How convincing are polyphenol studies? Can coronary calcium be driven by oxalate? Citrulline for vasodilation How to reduce catabolism Rapid-fire run-through of orphaned questions from the submission contest, including a detailed look at Nadia's thyroid numbers Here's a link to the full AMA: https://chrismasterjohnphd.substack.com/p/recording-and-transcript-of-the-april Access the show notes, transcript, and comments here.
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*The giveaway has now closed. One of the most popular ways to grow wealth is by investing in real estate. In episode eleven of Wealth Series 2.0, Ben Kinney, Bob Stewart, and Chad Hyams discuss the benefits of real estate investing and share easy-to-use models to generate passive income that “flips the triangle.” In this episode, we cover the following: Real estate bucket [1:15] Real estate appreciation [3:20] Reducing the principal [5:36] Tax benefits of real estate [6:05] Generating cash flow [6:32] Mortgage calculator exercises [7:37] Value of homeownership exercises [8:35] Ben's 5 & 10 home investing models [12:36] 5 & 10 home investing models worksheet and examples [17:12] Committing to being a long-term investor [18:00] Becoming an educated investor [21:29] Types of financing [22:20] Financing terms to know [30:30] Adding value and earning cash flow [35:41] Cash-on-cash return [39:15] Home appreciation vs. paying down the mortgage [42:35] 1031 exchanges [44:40] Calculating cap rate [46:46] Ben's recommended real estate investing books [59:01] Resources discussed in this episode: Enroll in Wealth Series 2.0: https://WinMakeGive.com/wealth/ to receive all the workbooks and have the resources emailed to you directly Download the workbook and resources for Episode 11 at https://winmakegive.com/wealth-part-11/ Win Make Give Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WinMakeGive Connect with the hosts: Ben Kinney: https://www.BenKinney.com/ Bob Stewart: https://www.linkedin.com/in/activebob Chad Hyams: https://ChadHyams.com/ Book one of our co-hosts for your next event: https://WinMakeGive.com/speakers/ More ways to connect: Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://WinMakeGive.com/sign-up Explore the Win Make Give Podcast Network: https://WinMakeGive.com/ Listen to Win Make Give Season 3 on YouTube: bit.ly/3pPEdAx ------ Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
One thing that pretty much everyone with ADHD experiences is the concept of “out of sight out of mind.” That can be everything from your calendar, to-do list, shopping list, backpack or laptop bag to bring to work, car keys and the list goes on. So in this episode of Overcoming Distractions Dave sits down with Star Hansen, AKA the Clutter Whisperer to talk about how we can reduce out of sight, out of mind in our personal and professional lives. Star first addresses the idea that for many adults with ADHD there is anxiety with clutter. But she also makes sure to tell listeners that out of sight and out of mind is not a problem exclusively to those of us with ADHD. Everyone experiences this! Star also discusses some of the common scenarios that many of us with ADHD can relate to in both our work setting and in home. We're sure you can relate to some of these. Star and Dave discuss the following ideas that can help reduce out-of-sight out of mind in the workplace and at home. Star says to acknowledge habits that contribute to this. Start somewhere because better than nothing is progress. Less is more so reduce items within a particular space. Establish locations for important items. Embrace the truth. Try and fail and try again! Establish boundaries to mitigate walking into a room and forgetting why you were there. Yes, this can contribute to out of sight, out of mind. Learn more about everything Star Hansen has to offer on her website; www.StarHansen.com **Do you want to work with Dave one-on-one? Go to www.overcomingdistractions.com and book an introductory Zoom chat. Or go directly to Dave's calendar; https://calendly.com/davidgreenwood1/15min
What does it mean to change the economics of software development? Nathan Marz joins the show to share how they reduced the cost of building Mastodon at Twitter-scale by 100X and the 10 years journey to build Rama, a new programming platform that made this feat possible. Nathan is the founder of Red Planet Labs. Prior to RPL, he led engineering for BackType which was acquired by Twitter in 2011. Nathan created the Apache Storm project and wrote the book Big Data: Principles and best practices of scalable realtime data systems. Outside of working, Nathan is a private pilot, loves going to stand-up comedy shows, and is forever trying to teach his dog new tricks. Show Notes: Nathan's Twitter: https://twitter.com/nathanmarz What is Rama? https://redplanetlabs.com/learn-rama Reducing the cost of building Mastodon at Twitter-scale by 100X: https://blog.redplanetlabs.com/2023/08/15/how-we-reduced-the-cost-of-building-twitter-at-twitter-scale-by-100x/ Stay in touch: ✉️ Subscribe to our newsletter: https://softwaremisadventures.substack.com
Today, I am blessed to have Dr. Robert Lufkin. He is a distinguished physician and a respected medical school professor with affiliations at UCLA and USC. His primary focus lies in applied science, where he passionately explores the intersections of health, longevity, and consciousness. Join our upcoming 5 day keto virtual event for FREE: https://www.ketokamp.com/keto-challenge Dr. Lufkin is also a prolific author and influential figure in healthcare and education. With a remarkable portfolio of achievements, he has authored over 200 peer-reviewed scientific papers and 14 books, which have been translated into six different languages, making his knowledge accessible to a global audience. His influence extends beyond the written word. He has been recognized as a renowned speaker, delivering invited lectures and keynotes at prestigious events worldwide. His ability to share valuable insights and expertise has earned him recognition as one of the '100 Most Creative People in Los Angeles' by Buzz Magazine. Dr. Lufkin's mission is to empower people to live fully through a holistic and proactive approach to health and wellness. In this episode, Dr. Lufkin talks about modern medicine. Tune in as he discusses and answers questions about the root causes of chronic diseases, mTOR, weight loss, diabetes, and much more! Pre-Order Dr Robert Lufkin's book Lies I Taught In Medical School here: https://robert-lufkin.mykajabi.com/a/2147657220/463CbhYu / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. Join our upcoming 5 day keto virtual event for FREE: https://www.ketokamp.com/keto-challenge [05:19] Addressing the Root Causes of Chronic Diseases: A Wake-Up Call for Modern Medicine · Mainstream medicine often treats chronic diseases with drugs that alleviate symptoms but do not address the root causes. · Chronic diseases extend beyond the well-known four and include obesity, type two diabetes, cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, strokes, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, and aging. · Stents and medications like statins do not adequately address the underlying damage to blood vessels, which continues to progress. · Lifestyle changes are crucial because they tackle the root causes and can slow down or even reverse these chronic diseases, unlike prescription drugs that mainly manage symptoms. [11:07] Decoding the Significance of mTOR: A Key Player in Health and Longevity · mTOR, a crucial biological molecule, regulates cell growth and repair based on nutrient availability. · mTOR is linked to numerous chronic diseases and is pivotal in determining longevity and aging. · Balancing mTOR activation and deactivation is crucial for overall health. Modern civilization and food availability have disrupted this balance, with mTOR often remaining constantly active. · Excessive mTOR activation, primarily due to frequent carbohydrate consumption, is associated with chronic diseases and accelerated aging. · Understanding mTOR's role offers insights into preventing chronic diseases and promoting longevity through lifestyle and dietary choices. [21:39] Rethinking Weight Loss: Why Conventional Approaches Aren't Working · The traditional "eat less and exercise more" approach is ineffective in combating weight gain. · Weight gain is primarily driven by the hormone insulin, not just the total calorie intake. · Insulin signals the body to store fat, so certain macronutrients like carbohydrates and glucose play a significant role in fat storage. · Reducing calories from these specific macronutrients, rather than simply reducing overall calorie intake, can be more effective in promoting weight loss. [33:42] The Impact of Insulin and Other Diabetes Drugs on Longevity · High insulin levels, primarily caused by dietary factors, contribute to various chronic diseases and health risks. · While insulin is life-saving for people with type one diabetes during acute episodes, it has long-term adverse effects related to chronic diseases like cancer, heart attack, and Alzheimer's disease. · The manipulation of glucose levels in the body through certain drugs such as Metformin, Rapamycin, and Acarbose highlights their potential for impacting longevity and preventing chronic diseases. However, further research is needed to fully understand their mechanisms and effects on humans. [43:58] Reevaluating the Relationship Between Dietary Fat and Cardiovascular Disease · Blood cholesterol's role in heart attack risk is relatively small compared to factors like type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance, metabolic disease, and smoking. · Statins, drugs designed to lower blood cholesterol, slightly reduce heart attack risk, but other factors have a more substantial impact. · The low-fat dietary experiment that began in the 1960s and 70s, along with increased sugar consumption and seed oils, may have contributed to the current epidemic of chronic diseases and obesity. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: ● Check out Dr.Lufkin's Website: https://www.robertlufkinmd.com Pre-Order Dr Robert Lufkin's book Lies I Taught In Medical School here: https://robert-lufkin.mykajabi.com/a/2147657220/463CbhYu ○ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertlufkinmd/ ○ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robertlufkinmd/ ○ Twitter: https://twitter.com/robertlufkinmd/ ○ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robertlufkinmd/ ● Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Join our upcoming 5 day keto virtual event for FREE: https://www.ketokamp.com/keto-challenge / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Wild Pastures: $20 OFF per Box for Life + Free Shipping for Life + $15 OFF your 1st Box! https://wildpastures.com/promos/save-20-for-life-lf?oid=6&affid=132&source_id=podcast&sub1=ad BonCharge: Blue light Blocking Glasses, Red Light Therapy, Sauna Blankets & More. Visit https://boncharge.com/pages/ketokamp and use the coupon code KETOKAMP for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. // F O L L O W ▸ instagram | @thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2B1NXKW ▸ facebook | /thebenazadi | http://bit.ly/2BVvvW6 ▸ twitter | @thebenazadi http://bit.ly/2USE0so ▸clubhouse | @thebenazadi Disclaimer: This podcast is for information purposes only. Statements and views expressed on this podcast are not medical advice. This podcast including Ben Azadi disclaim responsibility from any possible adverse effects from the use of information contained herein. Opinions of guests are their own, and this podcast does not accept responsibility of statements made by guests. This podcast does not make any representations or warranties about guests qualifications or credibility. Individuals on this podcast may have a direct or non-direct interest in products or services referred to herein. 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This episode is part of our Skilled Labor Series hosted by MCJ partner, Yin Lu. This series is focused on amplifying the voices of folks from the skilled labor workforce, including electricians, farmers, ranchers, HVAC installers, and others who are on the front lines of rewiring our infrastructure.Mary MacPherson, a program manager in the Office of State and Community Energy Programs at the DOE, oversees energy efficiency and electrification workforce development programs funded by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the IRA.In this episode, Mary and Yin discuss residential energy efficiency training programs, addressing crucial challenges in the skilled labor workforce. They explore the underlying reasons for the workforce gap, from an aging labor force to accessibility barriers in education and certification processes.Funding is a significant lever to address these bottlenecks. In mid-July of 2023, the US Department of Energy announced that states and territories could apply for a pool of $150 million to train the next generation of residential efficiency and electrification contractors. These include electricians, energy auditors, HVAC contractors, plumbers, and more. The ultimate goals include lowering training costs, enhancing certification support, fostering diversity in the energy efficiency workforce, and providing economic mobility opportunities while promoting high-quality contracting in the residential sector.In this episode, we cover: [02:46]: Contractor Training Grants in the IRA[04:23]: Mary's clean energy background[07:08]: Overview of the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE)[09:39]: The role of State Energy Offices [13:00]: Skill and accessibility gaps in the energy efficiency trades[15:27]: Challenges in the residential heat pump workforce[18:11]: Reducing barriers to entry[20:10]: The significance of certification and testing[22:56]: State examples: Maine and Illinois[25:24]: How DOE allocates funds to states[28:34]: How to help funds flow to your state[30:52]: Community benefits and advancing Justice40 goals[33:55]: Mary's vision for success in 2030Get connected: Mary MacPherson X / LinkedInYin X / LinkedInMCJ Podcast / Collective / Instagram*You can also reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, where we encourage you to share your feedback on episodes and suggestions for future topics or guests.Episode recorded on Aug 11, 2023 (Published on Sep 22, 2023)
The key to shrinking cartels is cutting recruitment, and a roundup of books, video games, movies, and more First up on this week's show: modeling Mexico's cartels. Rafael Prieto-Curiel, a postdoctoral research fellow at the Complexity Science Hub in Vienna, joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss how modeling cartel activities can help us understand the impact of potential interventions such as increased policing or reducing gang recruitment. Lisa Sanchez, executive director of México Unido Contra la Delincuencia, talks with Sarah about just how difficult it would be to make the model results—which show that reducing recruitment is key—a reality. Next on the show, Science books editor Valerie Thompson and books intern Jamie Dickman discuss a huge selection of science books, movies, video games, and even new exhibits—all due out this fall. See the complete roundup here. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. About the Science Podcast Authors: Sarah Crespi, Valerie Thompson, Jamie Dickman Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.adk9453See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Your client might think that eradicating pain will be too hard, too confusing, or that because other practitioners couldn't help them, no one can. Obstacles like this prevent you from diving deep into the underlying cause of the pain, so they're incredibly important to address. In this episode, learn how to figure out your client's obstacles to getting out of pain and how to work through them. I'm exploring some of the common obstacles people face when they have pain and how to turn them into opportunities for healing. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.functionalsynergy.com/199
Show notes: John Reynolds navigates a unique approach to modern IT as the Head of IT at Pleo. Culture and interactions with humans come first in order to truly enable users to do their work. Join us on this episode as John talks about how their team works to put people first. Topics discussed: How John Reynolds got into their professional career Creating an IT team from scratch for growth Emotional healing with IT teams Allowing IT to enable users to get their work done “Invisible when we can be, and unmissable when we should be” Reducing escalation friction Letting people talk to IT like they talk to everyone else Standardizing processes for IT logistics in hybrid workforces The future of IT Where to get in touch: LinkedIn Try Fleet Fleet makes it easy to get accurate, actionable data from all your endpoints. From full disk encryption to healthy antivirus software and any query in between. See for yourself. Sign up for Fleet Sandbox for free today: https://fleetdm.com/try-fleet/register.
In the realm of health and wellness, revolutionary discoveries often require time and persistent effort. One such discovery, unraveling the profound effects of deuterium on aging and the benefits of deuterium-depleted water, has transformed our understanding of health and longevity. Deuterium, a natural element found in our bodies and environment, was first discovered in 1932 by Dr. Ure and his colleague. Despite its presence in our physiology, it has been found that our bodies should ideally have 25% less deuterium for optimal health. An excess of deuterium can cause damage to our bodies, a fact that has been overlooked in many scientific studies until now.Deuterium disrupts the energy production process in our cells, leading to aging and a decrease in energy levels. Reducing deuterium levels in our bodies could potentially slow down the aging process and boost our energy production. Deuterium's impact on aging is not just limited to the cellular level, it also affects the structure of our DNA and collagen, two key components in the aging process. Welcome to another episode of the Biohacking Beauty podcast brought to you by Young Goose Skincare! In this episode, host Amitay Eshel, the CEO of Young Goose, is joined by Victor Sagalovsky, founder cofounder and CEO of Litewater Scientific, the first and only super deuterium-depleted light water. Today we'll dive into the marvels of super deterium depleted water, the endogenous radiation damage theory, and his influential strides in wellness and longevity realm.What we discuss: 03:39 -What Inspired Victor to Pursue Deuterium Depleted Water10:50 - Deuterium's Impact on Aging and Energy15:33 - Why Are We Exposed to Deuterium Now More than Ever18:39 - Heavy Water's Effects on Skin Health, Rejuvenation, and Aging28:15 - Endogenous Radiation Damage Theory34:40 - Lowering Deuterium in Our Bodies39:10 - Benefits of Drinking Deuterium-Depleted Water42:38 - The Key to Longevity46:17 - The Future of Deuterium Depleted Water51:52 - Understanding Skincare Ingredients and SunscreenTo learn more about Young Goose:Website: https://www.younggoose.com/Instagram: @young_goose_skincareGet 20% off your first purchase by using code PODCAST20 at www.younggoose.comTo learn more about Victor SagalovskyWebsite: https://www.drinklitewater.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drinklitewater/
How can we craft our goals in ways that actually support our well-being? How can we reduce frustration and, in turn, increase fulfillment as we pursue our goals?Today, I'm thrilled to be joined by Valerie Tiberius. Valerie's work explores the ways in which philosophy and psychology contribute to the study of well-being and virtue. Her most recent book, What Do You Want Out of Life? A Philosophical Guide to Figuring Out What Matters has been especially relevant to the way I think about Sustainable Ambition, pursuing our goals, and navigating conflict around them.Learn more about Valerie Tiberius:WebsiteThanks for Listening!If you liked this episode, please rate, review, and share the episode. Thank you so much!Get show notes for this episode at https://sustainableambition.com/podcastSend me a voice note, ideas for what you'd like to hear on the podcast, or a question that might be read and answered here on the show! Go to: https://bit.ly/sapodcast-askOr simply send an email here: podcast@SustainableAmbition.comSign up for my curated bi-weekly Sustainable Ambition Forum newsletter at: https://sustainableambition.com/subscribe
Kardinal's Head of Business, Michael Anderson, discusses key findings from Kardinal's recent research into last mile strategy and last mile operations: Understanding postal and delivery companies' priorities in the last mile The importance of service quality in parcel delivery Environment and sustainability as a high level strategic priority Profitability Getting fleet and depot design right and routes optimised Pricing and rate negotiation Price and quality of service Organising last mile operations Getting the employee and subcontractor mix right Managing resources in the face of fluctuating parcel volumes Residential and out-of-home delivery Forecasting environmental impact of delivery fleets Fleet conversion to low-carbon alternatives Electric vehicle range Volumetric challenges of different vehicles Key challenges for the next decade in the last mile, including sustainability, service levels, and resource management Reducing driver churn Solutions to overcome some of these issues Making data usable in planning and forecasting
Eddie Smith shares how the state powerhouse Katy Tigers are reducing the fear of hamstring injuries during rehab for their athletes. There have been 6000 papers published about hamstring injuries The research is all over the place. The only real consensus is Nordic hamstring curls We start with NSAIDs The next day we start with movement COMPEX Ankle movement Heel slides As soon as they can walk pain-free we get them back on the field We use short lever arm exercises We use Catapult for GPS data and can help know when our players are working within a safe range. If it is a larger injury, how do you talk them through the mental aspect? Know your athlete Communicate with all of the stakeholders Athlete Coach Mom and dad 0-80% is easy, but 80-100% is the really hard part. Educate them on some of the options: PRP, Cryo, …anything that will help them feel better. Mentally they are prepared, physically they are not. How do we reduce the recurrence of injury? The first two weeks are most commonly the time frame for reinjury Repeat the exposure incident over and over again. I like to have them sprint over and over again. How do we recreate sprinting for the kids that can not? We want to train on the speed-strength continuum as much as possible Gymaware is the bar speed program we use. Nordic Hamstring curl Highest-rated prevention exercise Activates the highest quantity of muscle fibers How can we implement "reducing the fear" into off-season or pre-season programming? Implement the eccentric Are there any hamstring quad deficits
Reducing our global carbon footprint by switching to electric vehicles means we need a lot more batteries. And that means we need a lot more copper, nickel, cobalt, and lithium to make those batteries. Josh Goldman of KoBold Metals talks to senior editor Eliza Strickland about using AI to decipher geological formations and find new deposits of these minerals, and you can read more in his recent feature for IEEE Spectrum.
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In this episode of The Life Transformer Show, Tara does another Q&A session covering a large number of questions from what to do when you're hungry, not eating enough, and stopping calorie counting obsessions. How you can handle negative comments towards your life changes. Paying attention to the nutrition labels to make sure you're tracking correctly. What You Will Learn In This Episode: Changing your routines to fit in with the family. Dealing with others negativity towards your changes. Making sure you're eating enough. Reducing obsessions over calorie counting. How To Contact Tara Hammett: tarahammett.com Facebook
In this episode of Lee's Summit Town Hall's "Monday News Link," we bring you the latest updates from the Lee's Summit R-7 School District as it plans to reduce the tax levy in response to an increase in assessed valuation. Get ready to enjoy the autumn spirit with a glimpse into the Lee's Summit Chamber's annual Oktoberfest, featuring a variety of treats, live music, and more. Plus, learn how the Lee's Summit Symphony is set to commemorate its 20th Anniversary Season with a special performance dedicated to American-born composers. Tune in for all this and more on this week's episode!
Last Thursday, Angel Collinson came to Western Colorado University for another edition of our Blister Speaker Series. We talk about her ski career, purpose, passion, and how to think about when it might be time to alter the path you're on.TOPICS & TIMES:Angel's education (3:40)Philosophy (6:29)Brass tax moment in her ski career (10:37)Talk about leaving “the ski dream” a couple years ago (15:49)Quitting something and going in the “I don't know” phase (22:41)Reducing spending (28:57)Purpose & passion (33:47)Student question: Where are you at with skiing now? (44:21)Student question: Should you put commitments in front of personal growth? (46:52)Disipline (51:48)Student question: Walking away from something while maintaining relationships (57:20)RELATED LINKS:Blister YouTube ChannelPast & Future Blister Speaker SeriesBecome a BLISTER+ MemberBlister Summit: Learn MoreCHECK OUT OUR OTHER PODCASTS:CRAFTED Bikes & Big IdeasOff The CouchGEAR:30 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This may be the most serious topic we've discussed on Inside Reproductive Health, and it is a vital conversation to be having in the fertility space. The buying and selling of human trafficked eggs. Diana Thomas, CEO and Founder of The World Egg and Sperm Bank and an early recipient of donor egg IVF, addresses the concerning rise in trafficked eggs reaching clinics and patients, along with the associated legal and ethical concerns. Diana talks about: The spike in donor eggs from developing countries (And how many of them are flagged as high risk for human trafficking) How victims are coached to amend their profiles to look upper class (Reducing suspicion of exploitation) Specific examples of different egg donor agencies and banks where there's contradicting information regarding donor information. A new Human Trafficking Act (Including the legal and financial implications) TWESB's strict protocols to minimize the risk of providing trafficked eggs to their patients Her checklist any clinic can use to help ensure they are not buying and selling trafficked eggs
Join Tom Corless for a news recap focused on Disney parks and resorts around the world. WDW News Today is released twice weekly on our YouTube channel. Join Tom Corless for the latest news from Disney parks around the world. All this and more Disney Parks information and fun await you this week on the...
Professor David Hemenway, the author of “Private Guns, Public Health” joins us to explain how we can reduce gun deaths if we treat the problem more like a public health issue, just like Ralph proved when dealing with the auto industry. Plus, Ralph weighs in on the repeal of the child tax credit, and Francesco DeSantis reports news items that tend to get ignored in the corporate media in our segment “In Case You Haven't Heard.”David Hemenway is an economist, Professor of Health Policy at Harvard University, and director of the Harvard Injury Control Research Center and the Harvard Youth Violence Prevention Center. He is a former Nader's Raider, and he is the author of Private Guns, Public Health, and While We Were Sleeping: Success Stories in Injury and Violence Prevention.Just by making it harder for criminals to get those guns, we have fewer criminals using those guns. That's a fundamental law of economics and of psychology— if you don't want people to do something, make it harder. If you want them to do it more, make it easier.David HemenwayThe key about public health is: what we're trying to do is prevent. Prevent. Prevent. Prevent. And too often, in the United States, what we try to do is blame. And often, blaming, all it does is say “Oh I don't have to do anything. It's somebody else's fault.”David Hemenway[Reinstituting the Child Tax Credit] is something so simple, it's something that helps so many families, it increases consumer demand because most of this money is spent on the necessities of life… and the Republicans are blocking it in Congress and not paying a political price. And that's the story of the Democratic Party— they don't make the Republicans, who are as cruel as any Republicans in history, pay a price.Ralph NaderIn Case You Haven't Heard with Francesco DeSantis1. A Princeton University study, published at the end of August, traces the effects of unconditional cash transfers on homelessness. Focusing on Vancouver, Canada, researchers gave homeless people $7,500 Canadian. Conforming to the results of previous studies, the subjects used this money to get into housing – yet, what was remarkable about this study is it showed this program actually saved taxpayers money overall by relieving $8,277 per subject by removing them from the shelter system.2. From Axios: 15 Senators have penned a letter to Secretary of State Anthony Blinken urging him to stop the planned admission of Israel into the Visa Waiver program. This program allows a country's citizens to travel within the United States for 90 days without a visa. Built into this program is a provision demanding US citizens in a given country are treated equally – which is not the case for Palestinian Americans living in the West Bank. Israel claims that they are working to achieve compliance with this section of the law; however, this group of Senators argue that “There is no provision in law that provides that a visa waiver country can discriminate against certain groups of U.S. citizens for the first seven months of the program simply because a country claims they will treat all U.S. citizens equally for the last five months."3. California Democrat Ro Khanna is making his pitch that President Biden should campaign on reelection on an anti-corruption platform, per the Huffington Post. Khanna, who previously chaired the Bernie Sanders campaign in California, has authored a five-point plan, consisting of “banning candidates for federal office from receiving donations from lobbyists or political action committees of any kind, banning members of Congress from trading stocks, limiting Supreme Court appointees to 18-year terms, imposing 12-year term limits on members of Congress, and requiring federal judges and Supreme Court justices to adhere to a new and more robust code of ethics.” Beyond the hard policy though, is a political point – Khanna argues “What we cannot allow to happen is for a former president ― twice impeached and four times indicted ― to position himself as the outsider in the race.”4. On September 7th, General Motors submitted a proposal to the United Autoworkers in a near last ditch attempt to stave off a strike from the newly re-energized union. In response, UAW president Shawn Fain released the following statement, “After refusing to bargain in good faith for the past six weeks, only after having federal labor board charges filed against them, GM has come to the table with an insulting proposal that doesn't come close to an equitable agreement for America's autoworkers. GM either doesn't care or isn't listening when we say we need economic justice at GM by 11:59pm on September 14th. The clock is ticking. Stop wasting our members' time. Tick tock.”5. On September 10th, Senator Richard Blumenthal sent a letter to the Chair of the Federal Election Commission urging her to crackdown on “telemarketing calls and online scams that prey on [Americans'] goodwill and civic engagement,” noting that a recent charity scam defrauded consumers of over $150 million dollars, while a recent “network of scam…(PACs) took in $140 million.” Many speculate that Senator Blumenthal was spurred to act on this issue following the release of a documentary series on telemarketing scams focusing on the Civic Development Group, which raised vast sums for charities, which only received between 10 and 15% of that money. The Civic Development Group has itself been shut down by the FTC. 6. Labor journalist Michael Sainato reports that last week, the NLRB ruled in favor of the United Mine Workers of America, blocking Warrior Met Coal's attempt to stage a decertification election at their Brookwood, Alabama facility. UMWA President Cecil E. Roberts is quoted saying the NLRB “based [its] decision on a ruling…that determined Warrior Met Coal...violated the law before the strike began, continue to violate the law today, and intend to keep violating it in the future.” The UMWA strike against Warrior Met is the longest coal strike in Alabama history.7. The Intercept reports Rep. Andy Ogles, a Republican of Tennessee has introduced a new amendment to the NDAA which would bar the Pentagon from providing assistance to Pakistan amid the “ongoing crackdown by the military establishment and its civilian allies.” Pakistan has been experiencing political turmoil since the ouster of popular president Imran Khan on dubious legal grounds. Pakistan is a major recipient of US military assistance and the Biden administration has resisted attempts to reign in the ruling regime since Khan was deposed.8. A new piece in Insider covers the clash of conservative and liberal populist Senators JD Vance of Ohio and John Fetterman of Pennsylvania. The two have been collaborating on rail safety legislation following the East Palestine derailment, and we have covered the degeneration of this legislation on the show before. Now, Vance is turning his attention to banning mask mandates, which Fetterman calls “silly performance art” which is taking time and attention away from the stalled rail safety bill.9. Finally, a cover story in the Nation chronicles the “Confessions of a McKinsey Whistleblower.” The author was assigned to the McKinsey teams advising ICE and the Rikers Island prison, and he lays out how he tried and failed to resist the brutal and insidious nature of these institutions from inside the firm. The story is worth reading in its entirety to see behind the curtain of a firm which tries to wrap itself in platitudes like “Change the world. Improve lives.” Get full access to Ralph Nader Radio Hour at www.ralphnaderradiohour.com/subscribe
September 14, 2023 - We discuss the state's long awaited report on how to reduce the use of road salt in the Adirondacks with Joe Martens, former state environmental conservation commissioner and member of the Adirondack Road Salt Reduction Task Force.
Salt is a common ingredient in many foods, and it's essential for our health. Salt is made up of sodium and chloride, two minerals that help regulate fluid balance, blood pressure, nerve and muscle function. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), adults should consume less than 5 grams of salt per day, which is equivalent to about one teaspoon. However, most people eat more than that. But how much salt do we need, and how much do we actually consume? What happens if we eat too much salt? Does that mean we should avoid salt altogether? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions! To listen to the last episodes, you can click here : Why do we get nightmares? Has the climate breakdown really begun? What is a frenemy? A podcast written and realised by Amber Minogue. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What happens to potatoes that aren't perfectly fit for the grocery store? They end up in cow feed. In response, Ty and the team at his farm started Ugly Potato Day, where they raise money for local food banks and give away many thousands of pounds of potatoes that would otherwise be wasted. Epic Gardening Shop Homepage: https://growepic.co/3Pxmng5 Botanical Interests Shop Homepage: https://growepic.co/3EA7YtA Book Collection Page: https://growepic.co/3ZbMht3 EG Homesteading Book: https://growepic.co/486kz5d Learn More: Potato Growth Stages: How Fast Do Potato Plants Grow? Connect With Tyler Heppell: Tyler Heppell is a 5th generation Potato farmer from British Columbia Canada. He grew up on the potato farm but when he left for University he said he was never going to come back. After 10 years he returned to the family farm with a goal to reduce food waste and educate others about how farming works. He now has over 600,000 followers online posting daily farming content. Instagram TikTok Website Shop the Store As an exclusive for listeners, use code THEBEET for 5% off your entire order on our store, featuring our flagship Birdies Raised Beds. These are the original metal raised beds, lasting up to 5-10x longer than wooden beds, are ethically made in Australia, and have a customizable modular design. Shop now and get 5% off your first order. Get Our Books Looking for a beginner's guide to growing food in small spaces? Kevin's book, Field Guide to Urban Gardening, explains the core, essential information that you'll need to grow plants, no matter where you live! He also wrote Grow Bag Gardening to provide you with specialized knowledge that can bring you success when growing in fabric pots. Preorder Kevin's newest book Epic Homesteading if you are looking to turn your home into a thriving homestead! Order signed copies of Kevin's books, plus more of his favorite titles in our store. More Resources Looking for more information? Follow us: Our Blog YouTube (Including our Epic Homesteading and Jacques in the Garden channels) Instagram (Including Epic Homesteading, and Jacques) TikTok Facebook Facebook Group Discord Server
**Show Notes:** In this episode, Bryan sits down with experts Austin Hawthorne and Michael Kowal from Nile to unpack the intriguing topic of networking as a service. Dive into the discussions that span from defining the technology to its market implications and challenges. **Topics Covered:** - Introduction to Networking as a Service: - Defined as tech always ready for business needs without complexities and costs. - Other definitions including broadband, outsourcing IT, and managed services. - Market Expectations: - Influence of cloud adoption disrupting the market. - Need for alignment of spend based on business performance. - Challenges: - For incumbent vendors to adjust due to tech debt, customer, and market demands. - Complexity of delivering network as-a-service compared to other as-a-service offerings. - Speed Benefits: - Frequent software upgrades, faster fixes, and reduced failure radius. - Network Deployment: - Standardizing approaches for predictive outcomes. - Secure networking involving zero trust and RADIUS. - Automation & Configuration: - Addressing underlying complexities before introducing automation. - Reducing bugs through streamlined testing and the concept of a digital twin. - Vendor Challenges: - Existing codebase sizes, feature support, and delay in fixes and new features. - Documenting profiles for new QS features and identifying bug dependencies. - Security Aspects: - Approaches to network edge security. - Challenges between security and network teams. - The trade-off between risk, complexity, and cybersecurity insurance. - Zero-Trust Principles: - Challenges with implementing dynamic ACLs, roles, and more. - Importance of encryption, authorization, and enforcement. - Limitations of traditional networking setups using VLANs. - Firewalls: - Machine-to-machine traffic and security benefits. - Local switching and RADIUS and DHCP server roles. - Network Access Control (NAC): - Definition and implementations. - SSO as a form of NAC and Zero Trust constructs for the network layer. - Nile Network: - Payment models and Proof of Value (POV) offerings. - Network Implementation & Automation: - Benefits of automation over manual approaches. - Introduction of soft bots and Nile service block. - Closing Notes: - Visit the show's website, rate, and review the episodes, and reach out with questions, comments, or suggestions. --- **Links:** - Nile Secure - www.nilesecure.com - Join the Discord - discord.conft.show - Driven - www.driven.tech Thanks for tuning in to Conf T with your SE! If you found this episode informative and entertaining, please consider rating and reviewing our show on your favorite podcast platforms. Your support helps spread the word!
In this episode, I discuss my work with a client that is trying to improve their sustainability score. One of the next steps is to establish a goal for electricity reduction, since it is a large contributor to their carbon footprint. I explain how to apply process mapping to heating and cooling a building, and why regression modeling and analysis can be helpful in focusing your electricity reduction efforts. Links Integrating Weather Data into your Analysis: https://leansixsigmaenvironment.org/index.php/integrating-weather-data-into-your-analysis/ Predicting and reducing electricity consumption: https://leansixsigmaenvironment.org/index.php/predicting-and-reducing-electricity-consumption/ Reducing electricity in a large facility or company: https://leansixsigmaenvironment.org/index.php/reducing-electricity-in-a-large-facility-or-company/ Need help in your organization? Let's talk! Schedule a free support call Podcast Sponsor: Creative Safety Supply is a great resource for free guides, infographics, and continuous improvement tools. I recommend starting with their 5S guide. It includes breakdowns of the five pillars, ways to begin implementing 5S, and even organization tips and color charts. From red tags to floor marking; it's all there. Download it for free at creativesafetysupply.com/5S BIZ-PI.com LeanSixSigmaDefinition.com Have a question? Submit a voice message at Podcasters.Spotify.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/leansixsigmabursts/message
This episode of Kitchen Side discussed various topics related to content marketing, sales enablement, and surround sound SEO. Omniscient Digital founders, Alex Birkett, David Khim, and Allie Decker explore the challenges and misconceptions surrounding sales enablement content, emphasizing the importance of addressing specific pain points and showcasing thought leadership. They also delve into reducing the perception of risk in B2B buying decisions and the type of content that supports the sales process. They touch on trust symbols, surround sound strategy in SEO, and tactics for getting featured on editorial pages and review sites. The episode concludes with a discussion on post-purchase rationalization and finding enjoyment in the daily grind of work.TopicsSales enablement content and its effectiveness.Creating valuable content for sales teams Reducing risk in B2B decisions Understanding Consumer Decision-Making Generative Search and Influencing DecisionsThe editorial pages and leveraging listiclesSurround sound strategy and leveraging powerful domainsPost-purchase rationalizationMagnitude of trust in recommendationsThe grind and work ethicShow LinksConnect with David Khim on LinkedIn and TwitterConnect with Alex Birkett on LinkedIn and TwitterConnect with Allie Decker on LinkedIn and TwitterConnect with Omniscient Digital on LinkedIn or TwitterWhat is Kitchen Side?One big benefit of running an agency or working at one is you get to see the “kitchen side” of many different businesses; their revenue, their operations, their automations, and their culture.You understand how things look from the inside and how that differs from the outside.You understand how the sausage is made. As an agency ourselves, we're working both on growing our clients' businesses as well as our own. This podcast is one project, but we also blog, make videos, do sales, and have quite a robust portfolio of automations and hacks to run our business.We want to take you behind the curtain, to the kitchen side of our business, to witness our brainstorms, discussions, and internal dialogues behind the public works that we ship.Past guests on The Long Game podcast include: Morgan Brown (Shopify), Ryan Law (Animalz), Dan Shure (Evolving SEO), Kaleigh Moore (freelancer), Eric Siu (Clickflow), Peep Laja (CXL), Chelsea Castle (Chili Piper), Tracey Wallace (Klaviyo), Tim Soulo (Ahrefs), Ryan McReady (Reforge), and many more.Some interviews you might enjoy and learn from:Actionable Tips and Secrets to SEO Strategy with Dan Shure (Evolving SEO)Building Competitive Marketing Content with Sam Chapman (Aprimo)How to Build the Right Data Workflow with Blake Burch (Shipyard)Data-Driven Thought Leadership with Alicia Johnston (Sprout Social)Purpose-Driven Leadership & Building a Content Team with Ty Magnin (UiPath)Also, check out our Kitchen Side series where we take you behind the scenes to see how the sausage is made at our agency:Blue Ocean vs Red Ocean SEOShould You Hire Writers or Subject Matter Experts?How Do Growth and Content Overlap?Connect with Omniscient Digital on social:Twitter: @beomniscientLinkedin: Be OmniscientListen to more episodes of The Long Game podcast here: https://beomniscient.com/podcast/
In recognition of Suicide Prevention Month, we have a well-respected thought leader in the mental health and wellness space, Senior Director of the National Stigma Initiative at Shatterproof, Rachel Cooper.This episode its all about stigma and how it is one of the key drivers and main barriers to treatment and recovery. The national nonprofit organization Shatterproof was founded over 10 years ago. The organization is focused and is grounded on three main components:Increasing access to and quality addiction treatment services. Engaging, mobilizing, and empowering the community. Addressing addiction stigma. Cooper notes "Stigma means different things to different people." We delve deeper into the conversation of substance misuse, mental health, and how they are connected. This powerful episode gives each of us tools we can use to help reduce stigma not only in the world of construction but in the world around us. Click on the link to learn more about Shatterproof.
The Millennial Landscape & Mental Health Challenges - We begin by Acknowledging the Unique Challenges faced by Entrepreneurial Millennials in the Fast-Paced & Dynamic World we live in. - The pressures of Building Careers, Managing Businesses, & Maintaining Personal Lives can take a TOLL on Our Mental Health. - Here are statistics to shed light on the reality of this generation's mental health struggles & Ways To Help 1. According to a report by the American Psychological Association, Millennials experience HIGHER Stress Levels compared to Other Generations, with Money, Work, & Future uncertainties being Major Contributors. 2. The World Health Organization states that Depression is the leading cause of Disability worldwide, affecting people of ALL ages, including Millennials. The Fast-Paced & Competitive Nature of our lives can contribute to this RISING trend. 3. A study by the Anxiety & Depression Association of America found that 72% of Millennials have Experienced Anxiety & Panic Attacks, reflecting the Magnitude of Mental Health Challenges within this Generation. Here are Ways to Help: Acknowledging these challenges is Essential, but it's Equally important to explore ways to Address & Support Millennial Mental Health. As Entrepreneurial Millennials, we can take Proactive Steps to Prioritize Our Well-Being: 1. Open Conversations: Engage in OPEN & HONEST Conversations about Mental Health with Friends, Colleagues, & Loved Ones. Reducing the Stigma surrounding Mental Health helps create a Supportive Environment for those Struggling. 2. Seek Professional Help: DON'T Hesitate to reach out to Mental Health Professionals, Therapists, or Counselors if you feel Overwhelmed. Seeking Support is a sign of Strength, NOT Weakness. 3. Establish Boundaries: Learn to Set Boundaries between Work & Personal Life. - - Overworking & Constant Connectivity can NEGATIVELY impact Mental Health. - - Allocate Time for Self-Care & Relaxation. 4. Embrace Physical Activity: Regular Exercise has proven benefits for Mental Well-Being. - - Incorporate Physical Activities that you enjoy into your routine to REDUCE Stress & Boost Your Mood. 5. Practice Mindfulness: Engage in Mindfulness practices such as Meditation, Deep Breathing, or Yoga to Cultivate Self-Awareness & Reduce Anxiety. 6. Connect with Like-Minded Communities: Join Communities or Support Groups where you can connect with other Entrepreneurial Millennials who understand the Unique Challenges you face. Remember, Taking Care of our Mental Health is not just Essential for Our Well-Being but also Enhances our Entrepreneurial Journey. - - Let's prioritize Mental Health, Support One Another, & Foster a Culture of Growth & Well-Being within the Entrepreneurial Community. Conclusion: Thank you for tuning in to this Educational episode, SAUNAIE community! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/saunaie/support
This month, we are joined by Dr. Ryan Holliday, clinical research psychologist at the Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Suicide Prevention and Kenny Bruemmer, program analyst for Homeless Patient Aligned Care Teams, to learn about the intersections of homelessness and suicide risk. Our guests talk with us about why Veterans with a history of homelessness are at increased risk for suicide, how VA identifies Veterans who are at risk, and what VA is doing about it.Veterans who are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness are strongly encouraged to contact the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans at (877) 4AID-VET (877-424-3838) for assistance. Closed Caption Transcript is available at: https://www.sharedfedtraining.org/Podcasts/EVH_S1EP17.pdf ===============================Find your nearest VA: https://www.va.gov/find-locationsLearn more about VA resources to help homeless Veterans: https://www.va.gov/homelessLearn more about VA's “Don't Wait. Reach Out.” Campaign: https://www.va.gov/REACH/Check out VA's Suicide Prevention Month Materials: https://www.va.gov/REACH/spread-the-wordRead VA's 2022 National Suicide Prevention Annual Report: https://www.mentalhealth.va.gov/docs/data-sheets/2022/2022-National-Veteran-Suicide-Prevention-Annual-Report-FINAL-508.pdf
Introducing a new ERP or Best of Breed solution is a great way to reduce costs and improve efficiency. That's what we discuss in this episode of the Digital Stratosphere Podcast DOWNLOAD MORE FREE RESOURCES BELOW: —————————————————————— * 2023 DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION REPORT: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/reports/2023-digital-transformation-report/ * THE FINAL COUNTDOWN BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CFQ44XRS?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_FBZPKQZ3CA21CCASAFTB * 2024 Digital Enterprise Operations Report: https://resource.thirdstage-consulting.com/2024digitalentopreport * 2023 DIGITAL STRATOPSHERE EVENT: https://stratosphere2023.com/ * DIGITAL STRATEGY & IMPLEMENTATION READINESS FRAMEWORK: https://resource.thirdstage-consulting.com/digitalstrategyframework * TOP 10 ERP SYSTEMS RANKING: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/top-10-erp-systems-2022-top-software-vendors/ * TOP 10 ERP SYSTEMS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/top-erp-systems-for-small-businesses/ * TOP 10 CRM SYSTEMS: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/top-10-crm-systems-for-digital-transformations/ * GUIDE TO ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT: https://resource.thirdstage-consulting.com/the-definitive-guide-to-erp-hcm-organizational-change-management * 20 LESSONS FROM 1,000 ERP IMPLEMENTATIONS: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/reports/ebook-20-lessons-from-1000-erp-implementations/ * QUALITY ASSURANCE FRAMEWORK: https://www.thirdstage-consulting.com/reports/change-management-the-secret-sauce-to-erp-and-hcm-success/ ———————————————————— CONNECT WITH US: ———————————————————— * YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@thirdstageconsultinggroup8228 * LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/third-stage-consulting-group * INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thirdstageconsultinggroup/ * TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@thirdstageconsulting * TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ThirdStageERP CONTACT US TO BRAINSTORM IDEAS FOR YOUR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: firstname.lastname@example.org
My special guest is Dr. Christian Gonzalez, a naturopathic doctor and integrative oncologist who will share his expertise on environmental toxins and how they can impact our health. Dr. G provides practical tips for choosing safer cleaning and personal care products, improving indoor air quality, and testing for mold exposure. Dr. G shares his top tips for detoxifying your home and lifestyle from toxic chemicals and EMF exposure. So tune in to learn actionable strategies for creating a non-toxic home and lifestyle. We're excited to have this conversation with Dr. G and hope you'll join us to gain insights on this important topic! (00:00) Intro (2:17) Dr. G's journey to naturopathic medicine and focus on environmental toxins (6:14) Indoor air quality and mold exposure (7:52) Tips for improving indoor air quality (15:34) Mold exposure and brain fog (22:42) Recommendations for EMF protection (35:28) Empowering ourselves to have a better home
Welcome back to the Balance Period Podcast! Just like the changing seasons, we're entering a new phase, and we've got some exciting updates to share with you. First up, let's take a mindful moment together. We're hitting pause and taking three deep, soothing breaths. It's a chance to check in with our bodies, release tension, and let go of the stresses that life can bring, especially during transitions. Speaking of transitions, Recovery Ray has some big news. He recently moved, and this change is bringing fresh energy to the Balance Period Podcast. Get ready for some exciting shifts: Wellness Wednesday is transforming into a monthly show, and the Generational Wellness Digest (GWD) debriefs will be seamlessly woven into our solo episodes. Change can be invigorating, and we can't wait to share this new chapter with you. Next, we dive into Mindful Movement, where Recovery Ray delves into the stretch routine from Vol. 137 of the GWD. This time, we're focusing on chakras and the power of intentional movement in our daily lives. Discover how expanding your awareness of your energy centers can enhance your well-being. Now, let's talk affirmations. This week's affirmation is a powerful one: "I believe in my potential to achieve great things," sourced from Demond Hicks' book, "The Mindset Shift." Ray shares insights on the profound value of believing in your ability to not just dream, but to actively pursue and realize your potential. It's a mindset shift that can truly transform your life. Last but not least, we dive into the Featured Article from the GWD. Ray breaks down this article titled "It's Time We Stop Bragging About Not Getting Enough Sleep." We explore the importance of shifting our mindset and habits surrounding sleep. It's a reminder that quality sleep is an essential component of a balanced and healthy life. Join us as we embrace these changes and continue on our wellness journey together. Don't forget to subscribe and stay tuned for more inspiring and empowering episodes to come. Remember, you don't have to be perfect to be great. Be patient with yourself and be kind to yourself as you create generational wellness. Thanks for being a part of our community! Balance Period Resources: See our Products/Services: https://shop.balanceperiod.com/ Check out the Generational Wellness Digest: https://balance-period.ck.page/profile Get a Free WHOOP Wellness Tracker - https://join.whoop.com/balanceperiod Sustainable Self-Care System Discounts: shorturl.at/lpsMV Download our Free Energy Management Guide: https://balance-period.ck.page/742a74403a Access more resources: https://linktr.ee/balanceperiod --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/balance-period/support
Imagine the frustration of forgetting to save your hard work. It's a common mishap, but let me share how having a process can be your saving grace. In this episode, we'll discuss how processes can make success easier. Processes catch mistakes and ensure you don't miss steps, whether hiring or daily tasks.They reduce reliance on human judgment, which can be error-prone. Processes provide consistency and predictability in business and life. They simplify decision-making, offering a clear path to success. Are you using them to reach your goals efficiently? Show notes: [08:32]#1 Catch and prevent mistakes. [15:47]#2 Reducing dependence on mistake-prone Human Beings. [17:54]#3 Consistent and predictable results. [21:52]#4 Less brain power invested in what to do. [25:18]Recap All Episodes + FULL Work On Your Game Podcast archive at: http://WorkOnYourGamePodcast.com Sponsor: AG1 by Athletic Greens: https://athleticgreens.com/WorkOnYourGame http://drinkAG1.com/WORKONYOURGAME Sponsor: AquaTru - $100 Any Purifying Filter Http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/AT Sponsor: STASH Investments - start with $5!! http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/stash Sponsor: GoPuff - $15 Off Your First 3 Orders http://www.WorkOnYourGame.com/gopuff Next Steps: #DailyMotivation Text: Text Dre at 1.305.384.6894 (or go to http://DreAllDay.com/Text) Work On Your Game University (Coaching & Courses): http://www.WorkOnYourGameUniversity.com Work On Your Game LIVE: http://WorkOnYourGame.LIVE Training - 6 Figure Earners Who Want To Reach 7 Figures: http://www.WorkOnYourGame.net Facebook Business Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/6figuresandgrowing/ Get Dre's Emails: Http://WorkOnMyGame.com Free Audiobooks: The Third Day: http://www.ThirdDayBook.com/audible The Mirror Of Motivation: http://www.MirrorOfMotivation.com/audible Get The Free Books: The Third Day: http://ThirdDayBook.com The Mirror Of Motivation: http://MirrorOfMotivation.com The Overseas Basketball Blueprint: http://BallOverseas.com Basketball: How To Play As Well As You Practice: http://HoopHandbook.com/Free Donate: CashApp: http://Cash.app/$DreBaldwin PayPal: http://PayPal.me/DreAllDay Be sure to Subscribe to have each new episode sent directly to you daily! If you're enjoying Work On Your Game, please Review the show and let us know! Dre on social media: Instagram [http://instagram.com/DreBaldwin] Facebook [http://Facebook.com/WorkOnYourGame] Twitter [http://Twitter.com/DreAllDay] YouTube [http://youtube.com/dreupt]
Joe Burnett is joined by Mitchell Askew, On-Chain Analyst at Blockware, to discuss money, capitalism, free markets, Bitcoin, and more! ⛏️Start mining Bitcoin today with the Blockware Marketplace: https://marketplace.blockwaresolutions.com/marketplace Upgrade your security by hammering your Bitcoin seed phrase into titanium plates using Stampseed. Use Coupon Code "BLOCKWARE15" for 15% off sitewide. https://stampseed.com/?mtm_campaign=blockware Follow us on Twitter: Joe: https://twitter.com/IIICapital Mitch: https://twitter.com/MitchellHODL Blockware: https://twitter.com/BlockwareTeam 00:00 Intro 01:00 Blockware Marketplace 02:03 Working in Bitcoin Mining during a Bear Market 03:56 What is money? 08:27 The difference between Capitalism and Free Markets 12:17 Price controls on money resulting in capital misallocation 15:51 Consumer mindset vs producer mindset 18:41 Understanding Bitcoin from different perspectives 21:26 The Bitcoin Revolution and the American Revolution 26:16 America: The OG Decentralized Entity 30:56 Is the US Government Bankrupt? 38:58 Bitcoin was an inevitable technology 43:01 Reducing friction in markets 44:04 Fiat as a bad unit of account 46:05 The gutting of the middle class & nuclear family 50:02 Bitcoin vs Crypto 56:43 Binance, not your keys not your coins 1:01:19 Bitcoin ETF - Rehypothecation? 1:02:58 How will Bitcoin transform civilization 1:05:12 Hyper-Bitcoinization, BTC price targets
Episode 266: I've been guilty of overcommitting myself to projects that I don't actually have the energy or time for. Or agreeing to someone's ask because I feel guilty saying no. Is it truly more productive to add more to your schedule since you're essential checking off more boxes?In this episode you'll hear Logan chat about>How overloading your schedule and balancing it all is not a superpower.>Reducing burnout and the feeling of "fight or flight' can increase your overall feeling of happiness. >Why saying "No" can be the nicest thing you do for someone.Support the show
Degrowth and Effective Accelerationism - two outlooks about the direction in which humanity needs to go to stay alive. But they couldn't be any more different. In this episode, we'll be exploring these two ideas and perhaps, come to some conclusions on how to save the world. Degrowth vs E/Acc: Exploring opposing visions for humanity's future Historical global economy trends: Growth, challenges, and environmental impact Degrowth concept: Reducing production, consumption for sustainability and equality E/Acc approach: Technological advancement, energy, AI, interplanetary development Divergence in ideologies: Brake vs. accelerate, limits vs. market expansion Degrowth momentum: European Parliament conference and impact on policy E/Acc's grassroots movement: Unconventional solutions, influential supporters Unprecedented futures: Revisiting the past, accelerating progress, potential consequences Finding common ground: Both emphasize radical action away from status quo Full interactive transcript, subtitles and key vocabulary available on the website: https://www.leonardoenglish.com/podcasts/degrowth-vs-eacc ---You might like:
On this episode, Shruti speaks with Duncan Webb about his research on reducing anti-transgender discrimination and other prejudice. Recorded August 31st, 2023. Read a full transcript enhanced with helpful links. Follow us on X Follow Shruti on X Follow Duncan on X Click here for the latest Ideas of India episodes sent straight to your inbox.
Tiffani Thiessen is a beloved actress from some of your favorite shows… but she's also a successful cookbook author! Her brand new second book is called “Here We Go Again: Recipes and Inspiration to Level Up Your Leftovers,” and focuses on how to reduce food waste. On this week's episode of the podcast, we talk with Tiffani about how her acting career has gone hand in hand with her love of food and cooking, plus the importance of spreading awareness about issues caused by food waste.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Feedfeed by becoming a member!The Feedfeed is Powered by Simplecast.
UC Berkeley engineers have created a simple and low-cost new arsenic treatment system to help low-income communities access safer water. In many areas throughout California, the groundwater is tainted with dangerous levels of arsenic, a highly carcinogenic element that can seep into the water table from deposits in the soil and bedrock. While cities and larger municipalities can afford to remove arsenic from their water, many people living in small and rural communities are forced to choose between drinking contaminated tap water or purchasing bottled water — and those with private wells may not even know that their water is unsafe. (Video: Roxanne Makasdjian, Alan Toth, Adam Lau) Series: "UC Berkeley News" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 39226]
How can you help your child who doesn't want to go to a visit with their other parent and the visits are court-ordered?As a protective parent, you have a lot of weight on your shoulders. This is especially true when your child is anxious, acts out, or refuses to go on visits with their other parent and the decision is outside of your control because they are court-ordered. I decided to do a follow-up episode to last week's episode with Dr. Cocchiolla because I get so many questions about how to handle these situations and because this dynamic, leads to moral injury for you. In this episode, I share strategies that you can put into place as a protective parent when your child is anxious about going on their court-ordered visits. These include:Playful strategies for pre-visit activities and ritualsLast-minute anxiety-reducing strategies for those anxiety spikes right before the transition to the other parentThings you can say to a child who is anxious or says they don't want to go to their court-ordered visitsAs a bonus, you can download my FREE Mini-Guide: How to Decrease Your Child's Anxiety Around Visits to accompany this episode and to give you some tangible strategies to try with your children that will help them build their resilience and give them a sense of agency when they have little to no control over their situation. You can grab your Mini-Guide Here.Come join us, and others like you, for a mini retreat in Golden, Colorado on Thursday, October 5, 2023. The Journey Back to You is an opportunity to begin practicing the skills that will help you get back to you post-separation. Rediscover who you are again. Wake up each morning knowing you can find more joy and meaning each day. Knowing you are showing up and modeling authenticity and integrity for your children each day. We can't wait to see you there.
“First and foremost, before me telling them [why they should neuter their indoor/outdoor cat], I want to find out what will move the needle for them.” This episode is sponsored in part by Urban Cat League, Doobert.com, and Maddie's Fund. In today's special podcast, we are proud to bring you the audio version of "Strategies for Reducing Cat Populations". In this episode, Stacy LeBaron, host of The Community Cats Podcast, long-time TNR advocate/practitioner, and non-profit administrator, shares her experience and offers suggestions to address the most common situations that can arise when birds, raccoons, coyotes, and other species live alongside a managed community cat colony. She discusses how she navigated working with various agencies to promote TNR and gives details on cases where both cat lovers and bird enthusiasts have come together to make it work for the benefit of all the animals - and people - involved. The session includes a Q&A period where the audience gets their questions answered and learns some talking points to explain to others how TNR benefits wildlife. Additional insight is given by special guests Mike Phillips, president of the Urban Cat League (you can hear more from him in episode 71), and Shelia Massy, president and founder of Hard Hat Cats (who was featured on episode 494). If you'd like to watch this presentation, you can visit our YouTube channel to check it out. To download handouts mentioned in the show, you can visit our Community Cat Pyramid page to find these, and a treasure trove of other TNR and community cat care education.
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In this episode, Marcus Ohanesian joins me to teach lawyers and law firms how to reduce the visual strain of cluttered websites. Meet Marcus, the proud owner of Perfect Evolution, a seasoned branding and web designer who's equally passionate about sipping craft beer, savoring coffee, and relishing sandwiches. With extensive experience in the realm of visual design and project management, Marcus specializes in crafting polished, captivating, and informative design journeys tailored for small enterprises. Marcus possesses the unique skill of transforming your ideas into reality, working in close partnership with you to encapsulate your distinct visual identity. Every project undertaken by Perfect Evolution reflects the culmination of Marcus's creative prowess and technical finesse, honed over two decades of immersion in the world of visual marketing. This rich experience empowers their clients to shine through arresting design, garnering attention from a wider audience of potential customers. Marcus gives listeners actionable tips on: [0:00] Intro [2:25] Biggest problem visually that people do with their website [6:10] What is the happening in the mind of the user when you overload your website [8:45] How to communicate with your customer without overly using legal jargon [12:40] Directing a conversation with an overwhelmed potential client that may not understand legal terms [15:50] Website design best practices [18:00] Developing baseline analytics [19:55] Tips for evaluating your website [22:40] Problematic aspects on a website [25:00] Why ‘white space' is so important [30:15] Tips for branding your website, including logos and fonts [36:45] How branding impacts website conversions [38:10] Tracking clicks, CTAS, and understanding where traffic comes from [42:50] Marcus' book review [47:35] One key takeaway from this episode Resources mentioned in this episode: Stories that Stick by Kindra Hall Connect with Marcus here: https://www.instagram.com/perfectevodesign/ https://www.twitter.com/perfevolution https://www.linkedin.com/company/perfect-evolution/ https://www.perfectevolution.xyz/ Connect with me Instagram Pinterest Facebook Twitter Karin on Twitter Karin on LinkedIn Conroy Creative Counsel on Facebook https://conroycreativecounsel.com
In this episode, we delve deep into the realm of biofeedback and its remarkable ability to unveil the hidden causes of stress and anxiety. Life can be hectic, and in our fast-paced world, it's all too easy to overlook the subtle triggers that contribute to our emotional turmoil. Here's what you can expect:
*The giveaway has now closed. A robust savings account puts you in a position to weather storms and invest extra money wisely. In episode five of Wealth Series 2.0, Ben Kinney, Bob Stewart, and Chad Hyams discuss money-saving habits and budget models that put your savings on automation. In this episode, we cover the following: Four elements of saving [1:36] Stats about saving [3:35] Highlighter exercise [5:51] Reducing things you don't really need [8:02] Creating an emergency fund [12:21] Calculating four months' reserve savings [13:27] Saving and offsetting inflation [15:16] Building an emergency fund for businesses [17:00] Automate savings [19:11] 50/25/25 budget model [23:26] 80/10/10 budget model [27:27] Ten ways to save like a pro [30:05] Saving and investing questions [35:09] Resources discussed in this episode: Enroll in Wealth Series 2.0: https://WinMakeGive.com/wealth/ to receive all the workbooks and have the resources emailed to you directly Download the workbook and resources for Episode 5 at https://winmakegive.com/wealth-part-5/ Wealth Series 2.0 - Episode 2 - Reality Check: https://apple.co/45nzYvX Win Make Give Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WinMakeGive Connect with the hosts: Ben Kinney: https://www.BenKinney.com/ Bob Stewart: https://www.linkedin.com/in/activebob Chad Hyams: https://ChadHyams.com/ Book one of our co-hosts for your next event: https://WinMakeGive.com/speakers/ More ways to connect: Sign up for our weekly newsletter: https://WinMakeGive.com/sign-up Explore the Win Make Give Podcast Network: https://WinMakeGive.com/ Listen to Win Make Give Season 3 on YouTube: bit.ly/3pPEdAx ------ Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
How active learning improves calculus teaching, and using machine learning to map odors in the smell space First up on this week's show, Laird Kramer, a professor of physics and faculty in the STEM Transformation Institute at Florida International University (FIU), talks with host Sarah Crespi about students leaving STEM fields because of calculus and his research into improving instruction. We also hear from some Science staffers about their own calculus trauma, from fear of spinning shapes to thinking twice about majoring in physics (featuring Kevin McLean, Paul Voosen, Lizzie Wade, Meagan Cantwell, and FIU student and learning assistant Carolyn Marquez). Next on the show, can a computer predict what something will smell like to a person by looking at its chemical structure? Emily Mayhew, a professor in the department of food science and human nutrition at Michigan State University, talks about how this was accomplished using a panel of trained smellers, and what the next steps are for digitizing the sense of smell. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. About the Science Podcast Authors: Sarah Crespi, Kevin McLean; Meagan Cantwell; Paul Voosen; Lizzie Wade Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.adk6142See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.