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Beth Berry is an author, coach, teacher, adventurer, mother of four daughters, and hopelessly hopeful human. In this podcast we talk about: motherwhelm and why we things feel so hard reimagining our conceptualisation of motherhood starting a revolution from home re-valuing care and examining unmet needs new world thinking developing intimacy with nature and so much more. To learn more about Beth - https://revolutionfromhome.com To see my upcoming journeys or pre-order your copy of Wilder - www.megberryman.com
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[REBROADCAST FROM May 12, 2022] Navigating the nebulous world of chronic illness can be frustrating for patients, especially when their illness is not outwardly visible. Roughly six out of ten Americans suffer from at least one chronic illness, and many of these illnesses are poorly understood, and difficult to diagnose and treat. And now, with the emergence of "long-COVID," more people are grappling with what it might mean to live with chronic illness. A new book by Meghan O'Rourke, The Invisible Kingdom: Reimagining Chronic Illness, investigates the history of Western notions of "health" versus "illness," what it means to be "ill," and how we might reimagine these definitions to create a world where navigating the uncertainty of chronic illness is less frightening. O'Rourke joins us to discuss.
Logitech released the Logitech Pen in January, one of the first mainstream tech tools designed for and with students. The Pen is a USI stylus for Chromebooks, designed for learning, so students can unlock their full potential. Tech is not often built with kids in mind (but it should be). It's built for adult and consumer use. Children have smaller hands, different developmental needs, etc. Logitech took all this into consideration when designing the Pen, with students at the center every step of the way. Grace Lee is Head of Design for Logitech for Education. She is a leader in design who is passionate about creating user-centric education products that delight students and teachers. I invited her onto the podcast to learn more about the design process and discuss the development process of the Pen and what it can tell us about the future of tech design overall. We discuss how the future of learning (and life) is increasingly digital and why bridging the 'awkwardness' gap is so important. We also explore where tech can be a comfortable extension of our real physical selves to build confidence.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss which four companies are shaping the connected fitness space, why there's so much at stake in commanding a leadership position, and what the lifestyle brand flywheel is. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top three most interesting acquisition possibilities in connected fitness. Join our analysts Blake Droesch and Andrew Lipsman. For sponsorship opportunities contact us: email@example.com For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org © 2022 Insider Intelligence
In this episode we sit down with Niq Ruud to talk about his book "Only Love" where he reimagines who God is and what God is like. Enjoy! SHOW NOTES: MY BOOK: https://www.amazon.com/Re-Thinking-Everything-Spiritual-Journey/dp/B09QNV8QX7/ref=sr_1_1?crid=V52CPQJD7N53&keywords=glenn+siepert+book&qid=1643323104&sprefix=glenn+siepert+book%2Caps%2C71&sr=8-1 PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/whatifproject BUY ME A COFFEE: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/whatifproject HERETIC SHOP: https://www.bonfire.com/store/the-heretic-shop/ NIQ RUUD: https://www.niqruud.com ONLY LOVE: https://www.niqruud.com/book YUNG CITIZEN: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/yung-citizen/945553400
In 2013, an Italian programmer named Alberto Brandolini observed that - "The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude larger than is needed to produce it." It became known as Brandolini's law, although it is an astute observation rather than a scientific conclusion. Unfortunately, we've had nearly a decade to observe just how often this is true, with the flowering of conspiracy theories and proliferation of disinformation all around us. Though the situation is daunting, with a better understanding of why humans are so susceptible to conspiracy theories, we can chart a way forward.
COLOSSIANS Reimagining a Jesus-Saturated World 8.7.22 In a city dominated by the Roman empire, false teachings and a blending of beliefs, Paul writes a subversive letter to the church at Colossae calling them to a different way of life. In this letter, Paul invites the church to reshape their imagination around a world saturated with Christ, to stand faithful against the bombardment of false gospels, and to set their hearts, minds, and lives on the reality of the resurrection of Christ. Paul is reshaping the imagination of the church in Colossae in light of the cosmic scope of Christ's work. Colossians 1:15-20 15 The Son is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. 16 For in him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him.17 He is before all things, and in him all things hold together. 18 And he is the head of the body, the church; he is the beginning and the firstborn from among the dead, so that in everything he might have the supremacy. 19 For God was pleased to have all his fullness dwell in him, 20 and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether things on earth or things in heaven, by making peace through his blood, shed on the cross. The Son (Jesus) is the image of the invisible God… He is the Firstborn over all creation… For in Him all things were created… Things in heaven and earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities: all things have been created through him or for him… Wherever you look or whatever realities you imagine, even if they do not acknowledge Christ, they owe their existence to Christ. They are his handiwork. One of the primary responsibilities of the church is gospel proclamation. To empower the church to reimagine the world as if Christ, and not the powers, were sovereign. He is before all things, and in him all things hold together…
In this special Insatiable podcast episode, I celebrate a major milestone: 30 years as a cancer survivor. I'll share how what resolved my acne, depression, IBS, infertility, and out of control eating was learning how to redefine health beyond losing weight and learning to trust in my body feeling satisfied, not sacrificing and suffering. And how this new orientation led to transformational health results I didn't even know were possible. Including sustainable weight loss, a Truce with Food, and a relationship of awe and gratitude for my body. Ali shares: Why knowing the difference between Authorities and Experts is essential for transformational results. Especially if like me, as the first generation of childhood cancer survivors, there's very little research to go on for your own body challenges. How I got out of the insanity of “I know sugar feeds on cancer” yet would binge on it during “scanxiety” season. If you struggle with health issues that are exacerbated by eating things you know you shouldn't, this mindset shift helps. How mainstream goal setting, predicated on “You are not your story! Day 1 starts today”” sabotages us exactly like "Diet starts tomorrow" and a different approach to goal setting that resolves our root-causes and works in our real lives. The root cause of my bingeing and weight loss obsession that cancer deepened but wasn't any more destructive than diets. And a simple practice for you to get to the root of your destructive eating habits. What I now believe about how weight is or isn't related to health. And then I answer listener questions, which include What role does diet play in your life as a survivor? Have you put your cancer in the rear view mirror, or does it still occupy your thoughts? Residual worries and things you have to be concerned about that others don't? How can friends be supportive? Mentioned in this episode: SMART Goals: How they Sabotage Eating and Exercise Goals and What Works for Deeper Coaching Impact on August 23 at 12 pm. In this workshop for Coaches, Therapists, and Other Health Professionals, we will cover: The emerging research on why eating and exercise are in a unique change category and how this changes the client goals and coaching for deep impact. The protective role of bad habits and why this understanding is essential for sustainable change (i.e. compliance), including the idea that a client has to “Tony Robbins” their way out of their bad food and health habits. Why more tools that stay on the surface aren't the answer and how an evidence-based, root-cause resolution of a client's resistance to change creates elegant solutions so they aren't failing at one more thing “Complexity fitness” and its role in empowering clients by ending the sabotaging, all or-nothing mindset. I'll also be discussing my ICF-certified, trauma informed Truce Coaches Certification that opens up again in September, in which we definitely do not use SMART goals and instead, get to the root of client's food and body issues so you or your client's don't need anymore tools. www.alishapiro.com/smartgoals Blog posts: alishapiro.com/valuesgap alishapiro.com/body-discomfort-first-step/
This episode of Strength in the Midst of Change features Dr. Angie Perone, who is the Congressional Health Policy Fellow in Senator Tammy Baldwin's office and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow at the National Academy of Medicine. She earned her PhD in Social Work and Sociology from U-M in 2021 and is a CEW+ Scholar alum. As of July 1, she is also a tenure-track assistant professor at the University of California Berkeley School of Social Welfare, where she will also lead its Center for the Advanced Study of Aging Services. Angie shares her insights about caring for aging adults and finding your power as an advocate in your own experience. Make sure to listen to the end to hear her talk about finding your path at and after U-M.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss the state of consumer spending, inflationary pressures, and other numbers to keep an eye on. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top three companies that will ride out this time of economic uncertainty smoothly—and discuss one we think will have a tougher time. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analysts Suzy Davidkhanian and Andrew Lipsman. For sponsorship opportunities contact us: email@example.com For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org © 2022 Insider Intelligence
Rather than defaulting to pre-pandemic habits, or continuing with pandemic arrangements, we now have an ideal opportunity to rethink how and where we work. This week on The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Nahdia and Gemma talk to Gem Dale, author of How to work remotely, about working well, in and out of the office. We discuss: why we need to be strategic and purposeful in how and where we work challenges for organisations and managers in balancing organisational and individual needs skills for effective remote working. In ‘What I Learned This Week', Nahdia told us why some houses in Amsterdam are so narrow amsterdamhangout.com/why-do-houses-in-amsterdam-are-so-narrow/ Gemma mentioned an episode from the language learning podcast series Coffee Break German coffeebreaklanguages.com/2022/07/cbg-mag-2-06-labskaus For more from us, including access to our back catalogue of podcasts, visit mindtoolsbusiness.com. There, you'll also find details of our award-winning performance support toolkit, our off-the-shelf e-learning, and our custom work. To find out more about Gem, see hrgemblog.com/ and her book koganpage.com/product/how-to-work-remotely-9781398606111 Connect with our speakers If you'd like to share your thoughts on this episode, connect with our speakers on Twitter: Gemma Towersey - @GemmaTowersey Nahdia Khan - @NahdiaKhan Gem Dale – @HR_Gem
Topic: Together Again: Reimagining the Relationships that Anchor Our Lives (Mosaica Press 2022) Guests: Rabbi Dovid M. Cohen in conversation with Greg Zuckerman of the WSJ on the launch of Rabbi Cohen's new book on relationships. Bio: Gregory Zuckerman (www.gregoryzuckerman.com) is a Special Writer at The Wall Street Journal, a 20-year veteran of the paper and a three-time winner of the Gerald Loeb award — the highest honor in business journalism. Greg is the author of The Frackers: The Outrageous Inside Story of the New Billionaire Wildcatters, a national bestseller named among the best books of 2014 by The Financial Times and Forbes Magazine, and The Greatest Trade Ever: The Behind-the-Scenes Story of How John Paulson Defied Wall Street and Made Financial History, a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller published December 2010. At the Journal, Greg writes about big financial firms, personalities and trades, hedge funds, the energy revolution and other investing and business topics. Greg appears regularly on CNBC, Fox Business, Yahoo Finance, Bloomberg Television and various television networks. He makes regular appearances on National Public Radio, BBC, ABC Radio, Bloomberg Radio, and radio stations around the globe. Greg gives speeches to business groups on a variety of topics. A graduate of Brandeis University, Greg lives with his wife and two sons in West Orange, N.J., where they enjoy the Yankees in the summer, root for the Giants in the fall, and reminisce about Linsanity in the winter. Follow him on Twitter @gzuckerman. In this Episode we explore: 1. Why Rabbi Cohen wrote this book 2. The three people the book is dedicated to 3. Chief Rabbi Sacks, Justice Scalia & RBG 4. Mentors, Teachers, Students 5. Prayer post the Pandemic 6. Father & Son 7. Life Altering Challenges and much more Book is available at www.rabbi.dovidmcohen.com & Amazon & Mosaica Press & Jewish bookstores.
In today's episode, I talk to Brian Elliott and Helen Kupp, who both work at the popular workspace and team communication app, Slack. They share how the pandemic allowed them to see an opportunity for growth and reimagine and transform how people work together with their latest project - Future Forum. Future Forum is a consortium that will help companies make the transformations necessary to thrive in the new economy. During our discussion, the trio share their thoughts on tracking employee engagement, what leadership actually means and why it doesn't always have to mean management, and why flexible work includes an inclusive workspace and a balanced workload. Key Points From This Episode: The inspiration behind Slack's Future Forum How data influences Slack's habits and practices Rethinking how we see the office: a tool rather than a place Tracking employee engagement and satisfaction Diversifying what growth looks like in a company What flexible work means Future Forum: https://futureforum.com/how-the-future-works/ Leveling Up For more links, visit getmarlow.com/podcast
Meet Shannon Schuyler“We are about our people, but we are a people business. That's what we do. We don't sell widgets. We are people and people have changed. What people desire has changed over the course of time. We have needed to dig into that to have an appreciation of what people wanted and the way in which they worked. And the motivations for working a hundred years ago are different than they are now.”Shannon Schuyler, PwC's U.S. Chief Purpose and Inclusion Officer, leads the professional services firm's efforts to deliver and embed purpose throughout culture and operations. Her work enables employees to be stewards of organizational purpose and embrace social transformation both internally and externally through coalitions and skills development.We invited Schuyler to share how PwC has aligned its purpose with all 295,000 employees to upskill talent for a global, digital economy; engage authentically with social issues; and have honest conversations about inclusion and diversity.Listen for Shannon's insights on:How PwC approaches each employee as an individual when it comes to their purpose, experiences, background, and skills.How PwC is building trust with stakeholders, clients, and society to deliver sustained outcomes through the New Equation strategy.How to collaborate with competitors in order to address industry-wide issues while amplifying societal impact.How PwC changed the way it approached topics of diversity and inclusion.Resources + Links:Shannon Schuyler's LinkedInPwC's Purpose and ValuesThe New EquationNew world. New skills. ProgramTrust Leadership InstituteCEO Action for Racial EquityCEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion
The first 3 months after giving birth is affectionately known as the 4th trimester. With so much emphasis placed on the new addition to the world, very little is shared about the often very trying and complex time for the parent. This episode peels back the curtain on this important and complex time. Guest Feature: Lydia Simmons was unable to obtain the level of healthcare support required during postpartum, she turned to her knowledge of food as a foundational and core means of health to create MILK Postnatal; a 7-Ingredient, vegan, 1OO% Superfood Postnatal that would support Moms from Day 1 of Postpartum up to 2 years of Breastfeeding and into Lifestyle Wellness. Lydia sought the advice of Chemists, Physiologists, and Nutritional Scientists to bring her product to market due to her own difficulties to overcome the difficult postpartum times. Lydia realigned expectations for her sensitive community to assure premium ingredients, a 30-day supply to aid moms with the cost of affordable health and wellness supplementation. She developed breastfeeding-safe items to best support other women who were and would experience the same. -MORE into: We're still crowdfunding- learn more about how you can SUPPORT here! Lydia's Book Recommendation: The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman How to connect with Lydia: Lydia's Instagram Shop M.O.O. here! Be Well, Sis Partners: Athletic Greens– Redeem your offer for 1 year of high-quality Vitamin D + 5 free travel packs Bolden: A trusted voice in skincare that work to inspire women to nurture, value, and love their natural beauty. Check out their entire skincare range here! Natural Annies Essentials: A clean, non-toxic home fragrances and candle-making experience for you and your entire family. NaturalAnnie Essentials is a black woman-owned and family-operated lifestyle soy candle company based in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Shop scents that elevate the ambiance of your home here! Taupe Coat: A vegan nail care brand that believes in a life filled with color, beauty, and abundance. Shop non-toxic nail care here! Nyah Beauty: is a natural skincare brand offering high-quality, consciously handcrafted soaps, lotions, candles, and scrubs. They offer plant-based skincare options free of detergents, phthalates, and other potentially irritating ingredients. Momotaro Apotheca: A plant-based and certified organic vulvovaginal care company that supports the body's natural ability to heal from issues stemming from yeast infection, BV, clothing, exercise, and sex. Mothering Tea: Hand-crafted, small-batch teas to help you create more moments of stillness and reflection.
“Reimagining Your Past: Habits Make or Break You” Luke 6:46-49 Rev. Jeff Lust examines how habits are talked about in the Bible and how we can applications those lessons to our lives. Recorded live at Stonebridge United Methodist Church in McKinney, Texas. For more information, please visit www.mysumc.org.
COLOSSIANS Reimagining Spiritual Maturity 7.31.22 In a city dominated by the Roman empire, false teachers, and a blending of beliefs, Paul writes a subversive letter to the church at Colossae calling them to a different way of life. In this letter, Paul invites the church to reshape their imagination around a world saturated with Christ, to stand faithful against the bombardment of false gospels, and to set their hearts, minds, and lives on the reality of the resurrection of Christ. Paul & Timothy Epaphras Tychicus Two main cultural factors to understand in Colossae: Roman Empire Syncretism Paul is writing a letter inviting the Colossians to reimagine all of life through the life, death, and resurrection of Christ. Colossians 3:1-5 Paul, an apostle of Christ Jesus by the will of God, and Timothy our brother, 2 To God's holy people in Colossae, the faithful brothers and sisters in Christ: Grace and peace to you from God our Father. 3 We always thank God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, when we pray for you, 4 because we have heard of your faith in Christ Jesus and of the love you have for all God's people— 5 the faith and love that spring from the hope stored up for you in heaven and about which you have already heard in the true message of the gospel6 that has come to you. What does a good spiritual father/mother do? Spiritual fathers/mothers connect. The counterfeit to connection is manipulation. Spiritual fathers/mothers affirm. The counterfeit to affirmation is flattery. Spiritual fathers/mothers guide. The counterfeit to guiding is controlling. Spiritual fathers/mothers provide. The counterfeit to providing is spoiling. Colossians 1:6-8 In the same way, the gospel is bearing fruit and growing throughout the whole world—just as it has been doing among you since the day you heard it and truly understood God's grace. 7 You learned it from Epaphras, our dear fellow servant, who is a faithful minister of Christ on our behalf, 8 and who also told us of your love in the Spirit. Colossians 1:9-14 9 For this reason, since the day we heard about you, we have not stopped praying for you. We continually ask God to fill you with the knowledge of his will through all the wisdom and understanding that the Spirit gives, 10 so that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and please him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God, 11 being strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may have great endurance and patience, 12 and giving joyful thanks to the Father, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance of his holy people in the kingdom of light. 13 For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves,14 in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins. What does it look like for us to GROW UP into Christ? What does spiritual maturity look like? To be filled with the knowledge of God and his will Paul prays that they will attain a deep, abiding revelation of Christ and his divine plan to redeem all of creation. To gain a life that reflects Christ As you grow in your knowledge and understanding of God, your conduct will change and you will produce the fruit of the Spirit. To gain the power and strength to persevere The hope of heavenly glory in the future requires patience and endurance in the present. To gain joy through the work of the gospel Your joy is not rooted in circumstances or pleasures or the things of this world but in the reality of Christ's saving work in your life that moved you from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of light.
Brought to you by the Founders Unfiltered podcast by A Junior VC - Unscripted conversations with Indian founders about their story and the process of building a company. Hosted by Aviral and Mazin. Join us as we talk to Deepit Purkayastha, the Co-founder of Inshorts about their story. Deepit is a computer science and engineering graduate from IIT Kharagpur, where he started building Inshorts in his final year of college along with his co-founders from IIT Delhi. He previously worked as an intern with Goldman Sachs during his college days. About Inshorts: Read the latest news with Inshorts in less than 60 words related to business, sports, Bollywood and technology in India and worldwide in English and Hindi. For more visit - https://ajuniorvc.com/podcast/
Making Agile work for your Organizations | Balesh Raghurajan | #TGV246“…the agile movement in software is part of a larger movement towards more humane and dynamic workplaces in the 21st century.”~Rowan BunningTune into #TGV246 to get clarity on the above topic. Here are the timestamp-based pointers from Balesh Raghurajan's conversation with Naveen Samala0:00:00 INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT SETTING 0:02:30 Balesh PROFESSIONAL JOURNEY AND THE TOP 3 THINGS THAT HELPED IN His SUCCESS0:07:15 How to make Agile work?0:11:45 How to transform life by following our hearts?0:15:20 Gone are the days where you don't have to code after reaching a manager position…from that perspective, what is the role of a manager in an Agile team0:20:50 How not to manage Agile teams?0:24:30 Irrespective of how well we create RACI matrices in our organizations, still there is some element of the blame game that comes into the picture. How do we deal with the ownership aspect in a structured way?0:27:30 About his company - Effilor - what do they do and how are they helping clients?0:30:00 Toughest lessons learned as an entrepreneur0:33:00 WITTY ANSWERS TO THE RAPID-FIRE QUESTIONS0:39:00 ONE PIECE OF ADVICE TO THOSE ASPIRING TO MAKE BIG IN THEIR CAREERS 0:43:00 TRIVIA ABOUT Dynamic System Development Method (DSDM) ABOUT THE GUEST(In his words):I help transform how people work and how leaders lead. Since the pandemic, I've helped various organizations and leaders with org design, KPIs, building a solution mindset, creating a culture of agility, streamlining product development, inculcating curiosity, transforming leaders to manage remote/hybrid teams, reframing roles & designations, and much more.I'm also a certified Blue Ocean Strategy Consultant and Semco Style Consultant. Hofstede's book on cultural dimensions is my "operating manual"
Ok so you're involved in education. You might well be an educator yourself. Do you ever reflect that the system you work in could be reimagined for the better? Ian Siegel has made it his mission - here's how.As CEO of a highly successful tutoring company, Streamline Learning, Ian sees personal tuition first hand. With over 15,000 hours of tutoring under his belt, Ian has come to understand the stresses, strains and pressures that mainstream education has put on students.His newly released book, The Tutor Bible, Learning to Learn Again, sharpens our minds to the fundamental issue in the classroom system of today: the lack of focus on the student.A deeply thoughtful conversation steeped in empathy (for students) and passion (for a better future), there is a particular line that strikes a real chord: 'Like plants growing towards the sun, people grow towards affirmation'. Have a great week
Brian welcomes the team from Metaversity on the podcast today! Metaversity's core mission is educating and fostering an environment of entrepreneurs. It is a Web3 company and project that helps provide side-hustle education. Owning a Metaversity NFT enables holders to get access to various workshops, training programs and seminars put together by successful entrepreneurs. Srikar, Sai, and Harsha talk about the team's origin stories and their vision for Metaversity. Already well on their way with the roadmap, they are minting their genesis collection soon and this will be followed by a larger release of 5000 NFTs. Utility access will focus on education and collaboration with other projects. Follow our guests on social media: https://themetaversity.app/ Twitter: @Metaversity_ IG: @metaversitynft Srikar @srikarkarra Sai @saikarra22 Harsha @h_tambareni Sai Karra's Book “Outset: The Start to Something Great” https://a.co/d/8StyNqJ 4:25 - Metaversity team introductions 10:30 - The purpose driving the project and team 11:40 - Passion in both business and education 13:45 - Sai discusses being a content creator and author of the book “Outset” 16:25 - Harsha discusses the excitement of blockchain technology and innovation 17:50 - Education in Web3 can set yourself up for success in the space 13:50 - Strategy approaching the Metaversity NFT project launch in current market 21:25 - Srikar discusses his opinion on Web3 influencers 23:15 - Audience relationship is key when considering marketing, collaboration, and influencer tools 25:00 - Being a creator gives an edge 25:50 - Providing value with your content can help build organic growth 28:00 - The team brings their own selves to the project but are so aligned in their collaboration 32:50 - Origin story of the project idea being aligned with a “university” and developed into the Metaversity concept 38:00 - Discord discourse 42:03 - 2FA should be standard 46:55 - Jarshs discusses the current state of computer science education and his experience at Georgia Tech 47:50 - Discussion of the Metaversity genesis NFT launch, followed by full collection release of 5000 50:40 - Addressing team diversity and the accessibility of their education utility 56: 55 - Advice for getting more involved in Web3 - Srikar recommends focusing on connecting with others 1:04:00 - Some plans for Metaversity such as coding tools, that will integrate technology with utility 1:05:45 - Trait swapping feature in development with other projects in collaboration with Metaversity Discover the latest Web3 strategies to improve your business at the upcoming Crypto Business Conference in San Diego, October 9th-11th 2022 https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/nft365 ______________________________________________________________ Learn more about the NFT365 Podcast
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss TikTok's available shopping features, its advertising versus commerce priorities, and what brands should be doing on the platform. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top four TikTok communities driving commerce right now. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analysts Sky Canaves and Jasmine Enberg. For sponsorship opportunities contact us: email@example.com For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org © 2022 Insider Intelligence
Description: Today, Lee is joined by Jennifer Zeszut, Co-founder and CEO of GOODLES. Reimagining everyone's beloved mac and cheese, GOODLES is reinventing the prepared pasta aisle, making macaroni nutrient-dense, protein-packed, and tasting as good as it feels to eat. In this episode, Jen shares with us her journey from growing up in the Bay Area, to becoming a buyer at Cost Plus World Market, to being offered $3M to start her first company Scout Labs, to becoming CEO of Cerebelly, to starting GOODLES in November 2020. She talks about a few lucky breaks she's encountered throughout her career journey, her experience with a very shady investor, her views on leadership, and why the way you do work matters.Exclusive Deal from Our Sponsor:Get 30 days FREE with Okendo by clicking HERE!In This Episode You'll Hear About:(1:18) GOODLES is founded by an all-star team, including Jen Zeszut, the former CEO of Cerebelly, Deb Luster, the former Co-founder and President of Annie's, Paul Earle, a branding expert, and a former brand manager at Kraft, and Gal Gadot, an award-winning actress known for playing Wonder Woman.(4:24) What it was like growing up in the Bay Area with a small family and how she became an assistant to CEOs at the age of 14.(12:09) How after graduating from college she became a gourmet foods buyer at Cost Plus World Market, to then being offered $3M to start her first company, Scout Labs. (24:00) What she learned about herself as a leader, CEO, and how she carries that into her day-to-day life at GOODLES.(32:00) Why she feels it's important for everyone to have joy when coming into work every day, and how if you don't, maybe it's time to move on.(44:45) Why she believes branding is based on the details, and how they created a fun phone tree…give it a try at 707-GOODLES.(46:44) Why she decided to add a fourth skew right before launch.(52:00) The advice she has for those not sure where to start, and how to keep going with joy.To Find Out More:https://www.goodles.com/Quotes:“I didn't think about entrepreneurship for a really long time, but I was always a leader.”“I always told my mom that ‘I was the leader of the ones who don't'”“I learned that the day in and day out of running the operations of a restaurant was kind of boring.”“It was like CEO training wheels, if the wheels fell off, at least I tried and learned.” “I never thought of myself as an entrepreneur and here I am four companies later.”“I love the idea of just mobilizing all the forces to go after something.”“What I learned is to be able to keep this alive and keep it all going, and somehow persist through really hard times, was an incredible realization of just how much strength that you can bring to a situation.”“It's all about the comradery of this family that you create when you start a company and the bonds between one another.”“I just wanna show the world that the way that you do work matters and the bonds that you create with your team, you can do and you can work miracles with that.”“If it feels wrong and if I'm not happy and I don't have joy coming into work every single day, that's actually the wrong thing. It should change. It's not that I have to work harder, it's that it may not be the best fit.” “Being a CEO for hire is definitely a different thing because your job is to execute the wishes of the founders.”“You set the tone and you set the culture.”“We were looking for something that was fun and joyful and mac and cheese is kind of universal.”“It's such a great conduit for this idea of putting little gooders out into the world and to make, be, and do gooder.”“Brands are based on the details.”“If we're not doing things that don't get an ‘oh no you did not' out of it then we're not hitting the mark.”“I was less playing to win and more playing not to lose.”“Stop being scared, be yourself and just shine your joy and your voice, it just gets better and better.” “You never know what is the ultimate thing you need, or if you're not sure what the big idea is, just go start doing some stuff and tune in to what parts you love and what parts bring you joy and the parts that you don't wanna replicate, you'll find it.”
Fixer Founder and former GrubHub Co-Founder Mike Evans takes us through his goal of rejuvenating the trade education system in America, building his business as a lever for social change by empowering employees and what he learned about purpose in his time at GrubHub. Mike talks about the issues of the ‘gig economy' and why Fixer is committed to training employees to be full-time handy people. Fixer started as a few of Mike's friends getting paid to do jobs for other friends and has grown into an online network for home repair across five major U.S. markets. To close out, Aaron and Mike have a valuable conversation about the people he met and the diners he stopped in along his 2014 cross-country bike trip from Virginia to Oregon. Tune in to hear about why rebuilding the trades economy has become Mike's passion and learn more at fixer.com. Production Credits: Aaron Kwittken, Haley Sacotte, Nina Valdes, Maria Bayas, Michael Grubbs, Anna Lamm and Mathew Passy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode, we talk with the Chief of Staff at Mommies In Need, Laura Newell. She shares some concrete tips for creating a culture of caring by changing the way we look at the role of HR in an organization.
“Reimagining Your Past: Celebrate Success!” Matthew 5:14-16 Rev. Jeff Lust explores the importance of the positive impact we have on people as Christians. Recorded live at Stonebridge United Methodist Church in McKinney, Texas. For more information, please visit www.mysumc.org.
Remember when reading still felt magical? When a book could sweep you off your feet into another world? It might be that the best way to find your way back the magic is through a kid's book. We talk to authors about Wonderland, magic wands, unicorns and other children's stories that inspire. Original Air Date: May 01, 2021 Guests: Katherine Rundell — Quan Barry — Enrique Salmon — Ebony Thomas — LL McKinney — Lulu Miller Interviews In This Hour: Why A Pandemic Is The Perfect Time To Read Children's Literature — Quan Barry on 'White Fang' — Enrique Salmon on 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' — Is Hermione Black? The Answer Depends On How Old You Are — Alice The Doomslayer Rises In L.L. McKinney's Reimagining of 'Alice In Wonderland' — Lulu Miller on 'The Search for Delicious' Further Reading: Bookmarks Hub Never want to miss an episode? Subscribe to the podcast. Want to hear more from us, including extended interviews and favorites from the archive? Subscribe to our newsletter.
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Barry Rosen about reimagining onboarding to attract and retain top talent. See the video here: https://youtu.be/7rMm08pm9vA. Barry Rosen (https://www.linkedin.com/in/barryarosen/) serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Interaction Associates, a pioneer in creative problem-solving, collaborative leadership, and group facilitation. As CEO, Barry's mission is to empower associates to make decisions and provide services that help clients achieve their goals. Barry is the designer and developer of much of Interaction Associates' intellectual content, including leadership, teamwork, and facilitation learning programs. Interaction Associates is best known for introducing the concept and practice of group facilitation to the business world in the early 1970's. For over 50 years, IA has provided thousands of leaders and teams with practical, simple, and effective programs, tools, and techniques for leading, meeting, and working better across functions, viewpoints, and geographies. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Go to cardiotabs.com/innovations and use code innovations to get a free Mental Health Pack featuring Cardiotabs Omega-3 Lemon Minis and Curcumin when you sign up for a subscription. Get 3 months of GUSTO free when you run your first payroll, at Gusto.com/HCI. Get up to 20% off by using code HCI for the summer sale at shop.Ekster.com/HCI. Check out the Ready for Takeoff podcast at Wix.com/readyfortakeoff. Check out Zapier.com/HCI to explore their business automations! Go to Swag.com/HCI and use promo code HCI10. Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Ranked #5 Workplace Podcast Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast Ranked #7 HR Podcast Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
An MSU Extension Program in Montana is asking rural communities to ask themselves how best to promote and “reimagine rural” America. It’s a program that is bolstering community pride and community planning. Guests featured on this show include Tara Mastel […]
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith are joined by Nora Murphy Johnson and A. Rafael Johnson (Andy), co-founders of Inspire to Change out of Minneapolis, MN, they are practitioners of Creative Evaluation - an approach that weaves together developmental, principles-focused and arts-infused evaluation to create social change. This year we've chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we're showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that. Nora & Andy offered the following resources: The Inspire to Change Mighty Network Creative Evaluation and Engagement: Volume 1: Essentials Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at email@example.com
Reimagining company culture will allow you to create the company of your dreams. Having a company that people love and know how to do the job passionately requires authentic leadership. Today's guest is Michel Falcon, Founder, CEO at Brasa Peruvian Kitchen. Brasa Peruvian Kitchen is a fast-casual restaurant serving everyday salads and warm bowls with real Peruvian flavours. Their menu has been designed by Peruvian-born chefs from Toronto and New York. Their menu is "flavour-first" supported by nutrient-dense ingredients and full meals you can eat daily. Michel and I talk about reimagining company culture. He shares how he changed the game in an industry with a high turnover. When reimagining company culture, you have to start with your leadership. Get the show notes for Reimagining Company Culture with Michel Falcon at Brasa Peruvian Kitchen Click to Tweet: Listening to a fantastic episode on Growth Think Tank featuring #MichelFalcon with your host @GeneHammett https://bit.ly/gttMichelFalcon #ReimaginingCompanyCulture #GeneHammettPodcast #Inc2021 #GHepisode905 #fastcasualrestaurant #Peruvianflavours Give Growth Think Tank a review on iTunes!
“Our first main goal was to keep people safe,” says Derek Peterson, Chief Executive Officer, Soter Technologies. In this podcast we learn how Soter Technologies is taking a fresh take on security and sensors, with products that detect bullying occurring on a school campus, the use of e-cigarettes or tobacco products, whether internal environmental conditions are safe for workers in an office building. Soter's products can summon the HVAC system to ionize the air after particulate matter indicates the presence of pathogens. Peterson argues that employers, school boards, anybody managing an office building, or a campus need to bring management real-time awareness to a new level, moving beyond traditional security measures such as motion detectors and perimeter devices. Soter offers MSPs a fresh take on security and building a robust portfolio. In this case the MSP can pick up revenue for the sale of the product, the product's maintenance, and installation, not to mention on going recurring income. We learn that the company will soon be releasing related solutions that will take these measures to a new level. “We're giving the MSP something unique to sell,” adds Peterson. As the office is being reinvented, here is a product that enables the MSP to help customers improve safety, environment and comfort. Visit www.sotertechnologies.com
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss the current relevance of Prime Day, what to make of a second Prime Day in the fall, and which categories we should be watching. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top three reasons consumers might have opted out of Prime Day. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analyst Andrew Lipsman. For sponsorship opportunities contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at email@example.com © 2022 Insider Intelligence
Even with all of the newfound technological advancements, the modern-day American workplace has left much to be desired. With many leaving the workforce for numerous reasons and those left feeling overstressed and overworked, it has become a challenge to see the light at the end of the tunnel for many workers and companies alike. It's clear that there needs to be a change. But where do we start? Today's guest, Jen Gresham, is a scientist, entrepreneur, military veteran and keynote speaker. She has served as a high performance coach and business strategist for nearly a decade helping hundreds of people around the world find more fulfillment and financial success in their work. She has founded Work for Humanity, a nonprofit aimed at helping small business owners and workers thrive together, bringing innovation to workforce development and leadership training. Jen has brought her passion for social justice and her innate sense of curiosity to the table to help look for solutions for these modern workplace woes. She understands that in order to improve people's lives, we have to improve their experience of work, and bettering the relationship between workers and the companies they work for is the first step. In my interview with Jen, we will learn about her multifaceted journey through various career paths and the takeaways from these experiences that have shaped her understanding of the American workforce and what we can do to improve. You'll learn about: The power of curiosity How Jen defines leadership after 18 years in the Air Force. Why we need to redesign entry level jobs in America How to convince business owners to build an employee powered organization Resources mentioned: Work for Humanity Waitlist for small businesses who want to join our next cohort Newsletter signup where we talk about doing the best work of our lives, together Or if people want to follow us on LinkedIn, where we post our newsletter as well Work for Humanity donation page The 2022 Customer Service Revolution Conference Customer Experience Executive Academy Customer Experience Executive Online Academy
Iveta Silova leads a roundtable conversation with international doctoral scholars Prince Kwarase, Esther Pretti, and Shagun Singha about the most recent UNESCO education report. The report outlines goals intended to create a new social contract for education, fueling the discussion on whether these goals are sufficient for our new post-pandemic world. In thinking towards the future, the guests discuss what topics they anticipate being in the next UNESCO report on education and how it could be approached.Link to UNESCO report Reimagining our futures together: a new social contract for educationMore Responses to UNESCO's Report(6:52) - Discussion on whether or not the ideas proposed in the UNESCO report are realistic or not enough.(13:32) - Details on the backgrounds of the guests and how they relate to the report.(24:20) -The last couple of years have been very challenging for everyone, how has that impacted your perspectives as new academics?(35:53) - By 2050 these new academics are on-track to write the next UNESCO report; therefore, what would be the themes and how would it be approached? (40:36) - Closing comments About our guests:Iveta Silova | ASU BioPrince KwaraseEsther PrettiShagun Singha The Learning Futures Podcast is produced at the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University. The Executive Producer is Dr. Sean Leahy, the show is produced by Dr. Clarin Collins and Karina Muñoz Baltazar, with technical production provided by Jacob Snider.
Dr. Susie Wise is a design leader with experience in the education, tech, and the social sectors. She coaches leaders in equity design and innovation practices. She teaches at the d.school at Stanford. Previously she founded and directed the K12 Lab at the d.school and co-created Liberatory Design. She is the author of the book Designing for Belonging. She was a previous guest on Transformative Principal Episode 121 Where we talked about #shadowastudent and Episode 122 where we talked about the design thinking process. I credit much of the work I did to write my book SchoolX to that conversation with Susie. One of four books that kick of a news series for d.school. - Equity vs. Equality - Belonging is the feeling we are going for when we talk about equity. - Work that I was doing with School principals. - Design cultures with their school. - John Powell work around othering and belonging. - using design tools differently. - Contributing is a powerful way to get to belonging. - Flow is one of the moments of belonging. - Creating a container of belonging. - We're not just trying to get to one version of belonging. - Feel it, see it, shape it - Shape - create safe-to-fail experiments - Understanding comics with Scott McLoud - If people could only read one part of your book, what should they read? Exercise on page 137 - Design an activity to inspire belonging. Why is it so important for groups of any size to hope its members feel like they belong? When people feel like they belong, they are able to do their best and be their best. When we work toward belonging, we're working toward creating a space where collaboration and cooperation can flourish. This is true for every kind of group, big and small. Whether you're a parent, teacher, business manager, community organizer, or leader of any sort, your group is unlikely to thrive if the individuals don't feel welcome, included, and valued for who they are. What is Design for Belonging? Sometimes when we hear the word design, we think it means visual design – like logos or web design. Design for Belonging provides tools that any group or organization can use to build inclusion. These might be rituals that bring us together, spaces that keep us calm, roles that create a sense of responsibility, and systems that make us feel respected. How do you use design tools to create a feeling like belonging? The tools in Design for Belonging help bridge the gap between the logistical planning of your office meeting or organizational restructure and the way you want people to feel when they participate. Here are some great examples from teachers and school leaders who have used them: Reimagining the kinds of assemblies hosted at school to be more culturally relevant. Creating new roles to support English language learners. Reinventing parent events to help parents build relationships instead of just sitting passively in an auditorium. We could quickly see how the kids benefitted by changes like this. However, we were most moved by the teachers. The redesign connected them to what they hoped to create for young people. They were able to care about their students in ways that related to their own understanding and feeling of belonging. They tapped into their own creativity and the reasons they wanted to teach in the first place. Your book describes what belonging and its opposite, othering, feel like. Can you summarize that? Belonging feels like you are seen and heard. You feel alive. You've been invited into any given group, and you know you can be honest with the people in it. Students I've worked with describe it as being in a good place and being with people they're comfortable with. They feel validated. Othering feels like you're not wanted or that you're not welcome. Feeling like you have to hold back in order to fit in. Some people will have negative roles or assumptions unfairly projected upon them based on their race, outward appearance, or other aspects of their identity. My students have described it as feeling like they're invisible or erasable. Being uncomfortable and disconnected from the group. Do you think this book about belonging will be received differently now than it would have before the Pandemic? Yes, the Pandemic has disrupted many of our rhythms, which gives us the opportunity to rethink how we do things. In addition, we've seen the reemergence of the Black Lives Matter movement, which has given us a greater awareness of the inequities embedded in our culture. Seeing the need for change is the place for design. Design for Belonging can help us redesign our schools, workplaces, and organizations to support people more effectively. It can also help us focus on belonging as the experience we are intentionally building. I have an exercise in the book: Assumption Storming. It's a classic tool of design. This is a moment where we can ask: "What are all our assumptions about working in the office? What are all of our assumptions about working online?” We can then lay out our responses and see which ones we want to recreate and which ones we want to let go. My hope is that the book will help people see with a new lens and empower them to create change. What do you want people to understand about design for belonging? When you are working on diversity, equity, and inclusion, what you are really trying to get to is a feeling – the feeling of belonging. This book helps you use the tools of design to start building belonging and reducing othering in the places that matter to you. We all want to educate ourselves about racial equity and we want concrete changes in our worlds, but so many people are overwhelmed by the breadth of the problem and don't know where to start. The book is designed to help people who are uncomfortable or unfamiliar with the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion to get started. How do you define equity? Equity is important to distinguish from equality. In my work, the need for equity looks at how we each have different access to education and other resources because of history and all the cultural or systemic forces that we are (or aren't) embedded in. Reaching equity means ensuring that one's race or socioeconomic status does not predict the outcomes of their life and that everyone has what they need in order to evolve into their full potential. Belonging has become a hot-button topic lately. How do you feel about the current environment in the U.S. as your book comes out? I'm excited about the current focus on belonging. There are discussions everywhere. People from all walks of life–city leaders, businesses, transportation–are thinking about it. It will be interesting to see what happens as we come out of the social restrictions that were created during the pandemic. We have an opportunity here to look ahead and be intentional about how we rebuild. How can leaders and group organizers use this book? The possibilities are endless. The tools and levers in the book will help you recognize the opportunities you have in your context and to reimagine how people come together and are supported. Hosts of any space can experiment with how to create not just more welcoming environments, but also ways for people to be seen and contribute. I recently had someone reach out to me who was running a summer music camp and they wanted to be sensitive to persons of color who will be entering a historically White space. I've never run a summer music camp, but the book will help them seize opportunities to create a cohesive group in the planning. They can ask: How do we want to welcome people in? What kinds of norms and procedures do we want to change or build from scratch? 10.How is the design community evolving conversations around inclusion, and what excites you most about that space? Traditionally, design in the US has been a very White, male-dominated field that has centered Western European traditions. But as the design community has grown to be more inclusive of women and people of color, these new perspectives are shining a light on issues like gender and racial bias. Important conversations are now being had on how design can be and has been used to other and exclude, and ways in which we can address this legacy. There's also a very positive shift in how designers are thinking about the long term consequences of their work. Designers have to take responsibility for the outcomes of their work, not just the outputs. This shift makes it increasingly important for designers to consider not just how to solve a problem, but how doing so will impact others. This requires paying attention to outcomes as they emerge, always choosing to work toward belonging, and responding when unintended negative consequences emerge. How have you applied design for belonging in your private life? I've been really interested in what is happening on my block. It is a microcosm of our country where you have new people moving to established neighborhoods, resulting in communities of mixed ages and socio-economic backgrounds. Last week I hosted doughnuts and coffee on my front stoop. Some neighbors who had lived there for over twenty years each met for the first time. New neighbors met old timers and created new connections. This moves me because I think if we can be in a relationship with each other we can help each other to belong. For me personally, I find belonging in gathering people. 12.Can you tell us about the early days of the d.school and your founding of the K12 Lab? Part of my drive to start the K12 Lab at the d.school was for my middle school self. I was a bored, miserable middle schooler (On one level, who isn't? Also, my dad had moved away and my mom had just gotten remarried). I figured out that I could leave class if I was working on “projects." For one project I'd go around the school every day and pick up cans from classrooms for a city-wide food drive. Not only did I get out of class, but it felt good, like it mattered. I founded the K12 lab because I wondered about that 8th grade kid. If I had been able and empowered to work with the design tools I have now to make a difference, what could have been? It was also deeply grounded in a desire to see those furthest from opportunity be able to have greater opportunities and really be able to succeed in our systems in multiple ways. Sponsors Transformative Principal Mastermind Lead a school everyone can be proud of. Being a principal is tough work. You're pulled in all kinds of directions. You never have the time to do the work that really matters. Join me as I help school leaders find the time to do the work they became principals to do. I help you stop putting out fires and start leading. Learn more at https://transformativeprincipal.com Just Right Reader Just Right Reader Decodables are a great way to help your students learn how to read, with research-based strategies that are proven to be effective. Each grade level has over 100 books. 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“Reimagining Your Past: How Could This Happen?!?” John 16:19-24 Rev. Jeff Lust reflects on how reframing the way we look at troubling events in our past can allow us to better live the life that God wants for us. Recorded live at Stonebridge United Methodist Church in McKinney, Texas. For more information, please visit www.mysumc.org.
This episode is the second of Jack's investigations into self-driving cars. Last time, he was interested in Phoenix, Arizona. This time, he's back home in London, an old, complicated, messy city with an extensive public transport system. The episode was presented and written by Jack Stilgoe and edited by Gemma Milne, with research assistance from Nuzhah Miah.Relevant links- Joe Moran, (2006). Crossing the road in Britain, 1931–1976. The Historical Journal, 49 (2), 477-496.- Joe Moran (2010). On roads: a hidden history. Profile Books.- Lucy Suchman (1987). Plans and situated actions: The problem of human-machine communication. Cambridge university press.- Peter Norton (2011). Fighting traffic: the dawn of the motor age in the American city. MIT Press.- Peter Norton (2021). Autonorama: The Illusory Promise of High-tech Driving. Island Press.- https://www.wayve.ai/ (and the company's published papers, e.g.: Hawke, J., Badrinarayanan, V., & Kendall, A. (2021). Reimagining an autonomous vehicle. arXiv preprint arXiv:2108.05805). - Chris Tennant, & Jack Stilgoe, (2021). The attachments of ‘autonomous' vehicles. Social Studies of Science, 51(6), 846-870. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/03063127211038752- Tennant, C., Neels, C., Parkhurst, G., Jones, P., Mirza, S., & Stilgoe, J. (2021). Code, culture and concrete: Self-Driving Vehicles and the Rules of the Road. Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 122.Transcript and study questions available at thereceivedwisdom.org.
Good evening ladies and gentlemen. We have a great panel this evening to discuss: Reimagining Public Safety. As we know, our nation, county and city constantly experience change. But what does that change look like? Our community consists of residents and law enforcement, both perspectives are equally valued.
Highlights from the conversation:Maxine's background and career journey (3:13)The opportunity of “the great resignation” (7:35)Reimagining the employee experience (12:50)Building from non-traditional backgrounds (17:41)Incorporating values into day-to-day work (24:12)Why equity and inclusion matters (28:22)Maxine's dream table (35:29)
This episode is brought to you by Cozy Earth, Rupa Health, and Mitopure.Near-death experiences aren't that uncommon for the world's most technical mountaineers. Summiting Mt. Everest is sure to leave anyone feeling truly awe-inspired. Completing the climb and getting home safely after nearly dying creates a whole different level of reflection. Today on The Doctor's Farmacy, I talk to Hakan Bulgulru about turning his near-death experience into a force for positive change in his personal life, the climate crisis, business leadership, and more. Hakan is a global business leader and a climate activist. As the CEO of Arçelik, a home appliances manufacturer that operates in 150 countries, he is a thought leader on sustainable and purpose-driven business. In a bid to raise awareness of the climate crisis, Hakan climbed Everest in 2019. He wrote A Mountain to Climb; a retelling of his journey to Everest, accompanied by his research into the possible solutions to the climate crisis.This episode is brought to you by Cozy Earth, Rupa Health, and Mitopure. Cozy Earth makes the most comfortable, temperature-regulating, and nontoxic sheets on the market. Right now, get 40% off your Cozy Earth sheets. Just head over to cozyearth.com and use code MARK40.Rupa Health is a place where Functional Medicine practitioners can access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, and Great Plains. You can check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com.Mitopure is the first and only clinically tested pure form of a natural gut metabolite called urolithin A that clears damaged mitochondria away from our cells and supports the growth of new, healthy mitochondria. Get 10% off at timelinenutrition.com/drhyman and use code DRHYMAN10 at checkout. Here are more details from our interview (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): How Hakan's preparation for climbing Mt. Everest led to business solutions to the climate crisis (6:26 / 3:45) Hakan's “aha” moment that shifted his approach to business (11:25 / 8:42) A profitable business solution to the issue of microplastics in the oceans (13:50 / 11:43) The two types of CEOs (20:09 / 17:35) Improving the energy efficiency of refrigerators (20:50 / 18:10) Hakan's early influential life experiences (26:27 / 22:07) Hakan's Mt. Everest climb, his near-death experiences, and how they affected him (29:20 / 24:55) Building the price of climate issues into the market cost (41:22 / 35:14) Humans' relationship to nature (48:49 / 44:08) Responding to our depression about the state of the climate (50:55 / / 46:20) Get your copy of Hakan's book, A Mountain to Climb: The Climate Crisis: A Summit Beyond Everest, here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss how retailers build a sense of urgency and the goals of retailer-specific holidays beyond just sales. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top three examples of effective retail holiday marketing and discuss a miss. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analyst Suzy Davidkhanian and Briefings director Jeremy Goldman. For sponsorship opportunities contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at email@example.com © 2022 Insider Intelligence
How do we define value? How has this changed over time? And who decides what is deemed valuable? For centuries, society has seen value mainly through an economic lens: one takes a job because of its monetary benefits; marriage is a financially beneficial relationship that enables stability; and the true test of a business is its profit at the end of the year. But is this changing? In recent years, factors such as climate change, social justice and the pandemic have forced us to reconsider how we define value. We are in the era of the Value Revolution. In this episode, recorded on July 5 at Y TREE's second live event in the Futureverse series, three experts discuss and debate some of the most pressing issues that have arisen as a result of this critical turning point: Will private equity transform the financial industry? Can capitalism really adapt so that things other than monetary value are considered important in business, including fairness and environmental impact? And are we finally seeing a growing awareness that value is not always quantified by a price tag? Some things, such as time, health, job satisfaction and the survival of our planet are surely worth more than a number in a bank account. Simon Brewer, host of the award-winning Money Maze Podcast, gives us his thoughts on the dramatic shifts in the economy over the last few decades. Political economist and author Adrienne Buller argues that businesses that engage in sustainability initiatives and ‘green capitalism' are harming rather than helping the planet. And Lucy Kellaway, former FT columnist, now charity founder, author and maths and economics teacher, offers a fresh way to decide what to prioritise in our personal and professional lives. Expertly hosted by broadcaster Jon Sopel, this is a conversation that is guaranteed to change the way you think about value and worth. To find out more visit https://www.y-tree.com/futureverse Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zibby is joined by author and editor Meghan O'Rourke to discuss her latest book, The Invisible Kingdom, which took her nearly a decade to write. The two talk about the three major problems with medicine that have made it so hard to diagnose chronic illnesses, particularly in women, as well as how Meghan wanted to portray her own invisible illness journey as hopeful without sugarcoating the truth. Meghan also shares how Covid has impacted the ways in which our culture approaches chronic illness, her experience as an editor at The New Yorker and Slate, and what project she's looking forward to working on next.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3nP0DhqBookshop: https://bit.ly/3IoIY9ySubscribe to Zibby's weekly newsletter here.Purchase Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books merch here. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Most investors downplay the value of investing in small cities—but not Ari Rastegar who was named “The Oracle of Austin'' for believing that there are a lot of opportunities in Texas' Silicon Hills. Ari drives the concept of “futuristic sub-urbanism” in his real estate projects to create not just profits but also long-term values for tenants by reimagining best uses of a property. In today's episode, Ari shares how he values capital preservation and risk mitigation at the same time. He will also share why it's important to focus on the human element first before doing the math in any property project. In addition, he explains one important metric that he tracks to assess the future of an investment area when they begin reimagining the best uses of a property.