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EconTalk
Marc Andreessen on Software, Immortality, and Bitcoin

EconTalk

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 73:48


What's the single best thing happening in technology right now? According to entrepreneur and venture capitalist Marc Andreessen, it's the ability to live in rural Wisconsin but still earn a Silicon Valley salary. Andreessen also explains to EconTalk host Russ Roberts why software is still eating the world, why he's an optimist, and why he's still bullish on Bitcoin and the blockchain.

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools
252: Let's Talk About Race with Dr. Nancy Dome

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 47:34


Renowned speaker, author, and equity consultant Dr. Nancy Dome co-founded Epoch Education in 2014 to provide leaders in education and business with accessible professional development in diversity, inclusion and belonging, and equity. As an educator for nearly three decades, Dr. Dome taught in the juvenile court and community schools and has served as a Distinguished Teacher in Residence and faculty member at California State University San Marcos. Her transformative approach helps school districts and educational agencies throughout the country navigate complex topics, build bridges, and work together for inclusive, impactful change. The safest path can feel like the one without dialogue in conversations about equity and diversity. What if you offend the other person? What if they challenge your beliefs? What if you ruin a relationship?  When it comes to hard topics, effective communication skills are an asset, vulnerability is necessary, and forgiveness is vital. In Let's Talk About Race (And Other Hard Things), communication expert and equity consultant Dr. Nancy Dome provides you with a framework to recognize feelings, interrupt flawed patterns, and repair relationships. Website https://www.drnancydome.com/ (www.drnancydome.com) Social Media Information NancyDomeEdD - Twitter drnancydome - instagram www.linkedin.com/in/nancydome/ Resources mentioned https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bridge-Across-Forever-Richard-Bach/dp/0330290819 (The Bridge Across Forever - Richard Bach) https://seatofthesoul.com/books/ (The Dancing Wu Li Masters - Gary Zukav) Show Sponsor The National Association for Primary Education speaks for young children and all who live and work with them. Find out more about their online CPD events this summer at https://nape.org.uk/online-events (nape.org.uk/online-events) Ocean Plastic & Climate Change – Join Ellie Jackson author of the Wild Tribe Heroes book series as we invite pupils to write a story based on this topic in a writing festival (13th June 2022)  Mentioned in this episode: NAPE Online Events Summer 2022 Mental Health/Wellbeing - How to support pupils with transition to secondary school with Sam Moinet from Student Breakthrough (May 16th) Ocean Plastic & Climate Change - Join Ellie Jackson author of the Wild Tribe Hereos book series as we invite pupils to write a story based on this topic in a writing festival (June 13th) https://educationonfiresharingcreativeandinspiringlearninginourschools.captivate.fm/online-events (NAPE Online Events Summer 2022)

My Wakeup Call with Dr. Mark Goulston
Ep 337 -  Lara Hodgson

My Wakeup Call with Dr. Mark Goulston

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 40:53


Lara Hodgson is President and CEO of NOW Corp, and has served as an Entrepreneur in Residence at Harvard Business School and is the co-author with Stacey Abrams of, "LEVEL UP: Rise Above the Hidden Forces Holding Your Business Back," whose through line and wakeup call was realizing she had a near unicorn blend of being an aeronautical engineer and excellent people skills which she has combined to become a highly successful AND credible entrepreneur. https://nowcorp.com/

Composers Datebook
Jerod Tate's "Children's Songs"

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 2:00


Synopsis The American composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation and its Composer-in-Residence. He was born in Norman, Oklahoma, and his chamber and orchestra works, all infused with themes and musical elements from his Native heritage, have been performed by major orchestras like the Detroit Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Colorado Ballet, and the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. But during the fall of 2011, Tate began working with a non-professional ensemble closer to home—at Dickson Middle School in Dickson, Oklahoma. Tate had been commissioned by the American Composers Forum to write a new work for their ChoralQuest series for middle-school choirs. The resulting work, entitled Taloowa' Chipota, which in the Chickasaw language means “Children's Songs,” was premiered on May 15, 2012, by the children at the Dickson School. “The songs,” explained Tate, “are reminiscent of traditional stomp dancing and are based on old Chickasaw melodies. Stomp dances begin at dusk and end at dawn. The first movement depicts the beginning sunlight of the morning. The second is full of abstracted textures emulating the shell shaking in stomp dances.” For his part, Tate says he's pleased how it all turned out: “I was able to introduce a Chickasaw experience to a diverse group of students… I strengthened my own relationship with my Chickasaw community and demonstrated to the Chickasaws in the chorus how our culture can positively impact classical music.” Music Played in Today's Program Jerod Tate (b. 1968) — Taloowa' Chipota (Children's Songs) (Minnesota Boy Choir) Hal Leonard 00119300 (sheet music)

Inner Work: A Spiritual Growth Podcast
AWAKENING: What are you allowing to take up residence in you?

Inner Work: A Spiritual Growth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 30:14


Your physical body is like a container for your Soul and Higher Self. But what happens when you've filled up this container with too many intrusive "guests", and your Higher Self is unable to anchor into your body? Why is it important to be able to fully embody your Higher Self? That's what we'll explore in this episode of AWAKENING. Some of the intrusive or unwelcome guests that can occupy your body and energy field include the Overachiever, the Fixer, the Victim, and the Approval Seeker. These are subpersonalities, or limited aspects of you that can get triggered by certain situations and people. Join me for a conversation on: the 6 most common subpersonalities that block your Higher Self and sabotage your healing how to begin noticing what you're allowing to take up residence within you the importance of recognizing the opposing agendas of your subpersonalities, so you can resolve inner conflict how to make more room for your Higher Self to enter   To help me achieve the goal of keeping the podcast free of ads, you can contribute ANY amount that's possible for you here: https://square.link/u/2O7ZaHO0 Thank you so much for your presence, support, and kind feedback about the podcast! You can also support by leaving a positive rating or review on your podcast platform. To connect with me or explore the possibility of working together, please visit www.josephinehardman.com or send a note to me@josephinehardman.com Thank you for being here, and please keep doing your inner work. Music & editing by G. Demers Inner Work 2022 All Rights Reserved.

Real Estate Rookie
Rookie Reply: Rent Out Your Primary Residence or Sell and Buy Rentals?

Real Estate Rookie

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 8:54


This week's question comes from Brandi through Ashley's Instagram direct messages. Brandi is asking: Our current home could give us about $260,000 in net proceeds if sold. We plan to purchase rentals with those proceeds. But, our home is in a good location with good appreciation. Should we sell our primary to buy properties or refi and make it a rental?The sell vs. refi argument is back once again! In this hot housing market, it's no surprise that homeowners want to take advantage of their growing equity by selling their properties. But, doing so could cause you to lose one property only to have to go out and find another. Although the sell vs. refi answer is specific to each investors' situation, there are a few quick ways you can establish which is a good move for you.Here are some suggestions:Ask “what's going to give me a higher ROI?” and look at metrics like cash-on-cash return and return on equity (ROE)Take out a home equity line of credit (HELOC) instead of refinancing and BRRRR your next rental to pay back the loanDon't forget to factor in future appreciation that you could miss out on by sellingDouble-check your interest rate on your primary residence (it may be too good to give up!)And more in the episode…If you want Ashley and Tony to answer a real estate question, you can post in the Real Estate Rookie Facebook Group! Or, call us at the Rookie Request Line (1-888-5-ROOKIE).Links from the ShowReal Estate Rookie PodcastReal Estate Rookie Youtube ChannelReal Estate Rookie Facebook GroupAlpha Geek CapitalTyler Madden's BiggerPockets ProfileCheck the full show notes here: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/rookie-182See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

WPKN Community Radio
Footnotes and Other Embedded Stories -- Artspace Exhibition

WPKN Community Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 56:23


Four of the five artists from New Haven Artspace's exhibition "Footnotes and Other Embedded Stories" joined me for an hour-long discussion: Joseph Smolinski, Julia Rooney, Ruby Gonzalez Hernandez, and Leonard Galman (missing was Allison Minto). These five had all been chosen as Happy and Bob Doran Artists-in-Residence in a program co-sponsored by Artspace and the Yale University Art Gallery. We spoke about the residency experience, their practices as artists, and the vibrant exhibition that has resulted from this collaboration. https://artspacenewhaven.org/exhibitions/footnotes/

MTR Podcasts
Darin Atwater

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 29:29


About the guestAn artistic force in the broadest and most creative sense of the word, Darin Atwater's career has encompassed the roles of composer, conductor, pianist, record producer, artist, arranger, film composer, vocalist, entrepreneur, educator, and arts advocate. As a master inventor of musical hybrids, he has blended American pop, soul, Hip Hop, jazz, classical, and gospel music into many dazzling fusions, traversing virtually every medium, including records, live performance, radio, and television--literally reinventing the symphony orchestra in America.Born in Washington, D.C., Atwater made his orchestral debut as both composer and pianist in May 1995 with the National Symphony Orchestra performing his own Piano Concerto. The following year the National Symphony and the National Cathedral Choral Arts Society premiered his Proclamations. In 1997 he accompanied Kathleen Battle and the NSO for the re-opening of the Kennedy Center Concert Hall along with a performance that summer with Jennifer Holiday and the NSO for the PBS national broadcast of A Capitol Fourth. engagements with major orchestras, In Performance at The White House, European tour, and world premieres of his numerous compositions followed. As a guest conductor he has appeared with the Baltimore Symphony, the Dallas Symphony, M phis Brass, and the Columbus Symphony. Atwater appears regularly with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis as both guest conductor and composer. From 20042007 Atwater served as Composer-in-Residence with the Baltimore Symphony. This collaboration produced many evening length works that have become staples in the repertoire. Among th are Song in a Strange Land, Evolution of a People, Paint Factory, Southern Folk Sketches, God's Trombones, and a ballet, Ghetto Safari. As solo artist, Atwater presented annually for the Steinway Series presented by the Smithsonian Museum of American Art. He was vocalist, pianist, and arranger with the U.S. Air Force Band for America's Veterans; A Musical Salute on PBS. Most recently, Atwater performed a solo piano recital for the grand opening of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, the first artist to perform in the Oprah Winfrey Theatre.In 2000, Atwater founded Soulful Symphony, an 85 member orchestra with vocals made up of mostly African American and Latino musicians. After 10 wildly successful seasons of sell-outemperformances in a joint venture with the Baltimore Symphony, Soulful Symphony entered into a historic partnership with Broadway Across America. Soulful Symphony delivered another three seasons of sold outemperformances at the Hippodrome Theatre before a triumphant return to the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall to celebrate 15 yearstaking an entire culture and setting it to music. The 2009 my Award(r)winning Soulful Symphony with Darin Atwater is one of the longest running pledge specials, airing currently nationwide on PBS/APT.Atwater r ains a strong advocate for Arts, Culture, and Music Education. He served on the board of Maryland Citizens for the Arts, testifying before the House and Senate for state and national funding. Through his work with Soulful Symphony, Atwater has lectured and spoken to countless schools along with hosting open rehearsals that has accompanied every concert since the inception of the organization.The critics' praise has been unanimous: The New York Times described him as composer with a muscular imagination. The Baltimore Sun wrote, Atwater has an uncommon ear for instrumental coloring and the urban beat. The Philadelphia Inquirer writes, Atwater has created a musical antidote for the malaise gripping classical music and is a unifying vessel for a dozen or so genres of music in the commercial and art realms The Washington Post adds, From the first few chords, his music sets itself apart, otional and riveting. Among his many honors and recognitions, NBC named him in The Grio 100: History Makers in the Making. Ebony magazine dubbed him one of the 30 Leaders of the Future, and the Baltimore Business Journal placed him on their exclusive 40 under 40 list. Atwater received The Prestige Award by the State of Maryland foremindividuals who bring prominence to the region along with Legends and Pioneers Award by The Afro American Newspaper and The Vision Award from Maryland Public Television. He was profiled on an ABC special for Entertainment Studios We are the Dream following President Obama, Oprah Winfrey, and the late Ted Kennedy.Along withemexpanding the cultural footprint of Soulful Symphony, He is scoring two feature films along with recording his debut album with a label releaseemscheduled for the summer of 2017. 2016-2017 seasonThe Truth In This ArtThe Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting vibrancy and development of Baltimore & beyond's arts and culture.Mentioned in this episodeDarin Atwater - Kennedy CenterTo find more amazing stories from the artist and entrepreneurial scenes in & around Baltimore, check out my episode directory.Stay in TouchNewsletter sign-upSupport my podcastShareable link to episode★ Support this podcast ★

The Tuddle Daily Podcast
Episode 646: Tuddle Daily Podcast 628 “Grammy Winner”

The Tuddle Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 78:40


Tuddle Daily Podcast 05122022My interview with Grammy winning classical pianist Angelin Chang“America's 1st woman GRAMMY-Award Winning Classical Pianist”MusicMusic InterviewsMusic TuitionEducationSelf-ImprovementAbout MeCritically acclaimed for her musical poetry and technical brilliance, Angelin Chang is America's first woman classical pianist to win the GRAMMY® Award (Best Instrumental Soloist with orchestra). Recognized in the Women of Hopkins honoring female trailblazers from Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Angelin Chang is Professor of Music and Law at Cleveland State University. As a leader in the music industry, she has been selected into Nashville's prestigious Leadership Music. Through specialized performance-related injury prevention and alleviation techniques, Dr. Chang helps pianists develop virtuosity while liberating them from fatigue, pain and injury, and has published on the subject for the European Piano Teachers Association International Conference. She brings immediate and lasting results for high-level performing musicians to enjoy technical freedom with artistic expression.Angelin Chang has performed worldwide on major concert stages to stadiums from New York to Nepal before royalty and the UN Secretary-General for UN75, World AIDS Day, and the United Nations Women's Organization. She performs worldwide at venues such as Carnegie Hall (New York), Kimmel Center (Philadelphia), Severance Hall (Cleveland), Radio France, Worldwide Afro Network, South African Broadcasting Corporation, and with members of The Cleveland Orchestra and The Philadelphia Orchestra. As the first Artist-in-Residence at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., she developed and launched the Arts for Everyone initiative. Dr. Angelin Chang presents piano seminars and masterclasses at such institutions as the Cleveland Institute of Music, Manhattan School of Music, University of North Texas, Temple University and Curtis Institute of Music (Philadelphia). She provides online programs to professionals in piano mastery for music-playing career longevity. www.angelinchang.com

RNZ: Morning Report
Rest homes not happy nurses not on residence fast track

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 3:55


Rest homes have joined the avalanche of disapproval over the Government's decision to leave immigrant nurses off the new fast-tracked pathway to residence. Unlike doctors they have to work here for two years before applying. The Health and Immigration Ministers both say the move is to help the aged care sector retain staff who are more likely to leave for better paying jobs once they get residence. But some rest homes have told RNZ that's not what they want or asked for. Rosie Gordon reports.

RNZ: Morning Report
Veterinary Association pleased vets on fast-tracked residence list

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 5:03


The New Zealand Veterinary Association is relieved vets are on the government's immigration Green List, giving them a fast-tracked pathway to residence. Chief executive Kevin Bryan said the help was urgently required to tackle a workforce shortage across Aotearoa and improve the welfare of our animals. He spoke to Corin Dann.

Keen On Democracy
Leslie Fenwick: How the Legacy of Jim Crow Still Infects American Schools

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 42:33


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Leslie Fenwick, co-author of Jim Crow's Pink Slip: The Untold Story of Black Principal and Teacher Leadership. Leslie T. Fenwick is a professor of education policy, Dean Emerita of the Howard University School of Education, and Dean in Residence at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Vietnam Innovators (Tiếng Việt)
S3#5 Linh Nguyễn, Founder in Residence tại .NFQ Asia: Nhà đầu tư được trả lương để khởi nghiệp

Vietnam Innovators (Tiếng Việt)

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 41:52


Trong tập này, cùng host Miro Nguyễn trò chuyện với anh Linh Nguyễn (Founder in Residence .NFQ Asia) để tìm hiểu về môi trường khởi nghiệp ngành công nghệ thông tin ở công ty .NFQ Asia nói riêng và Việt Nam nói chung nhé.Sau nhiều năm học tập và làm việc tại Đức, anh Linh Nguyễn quyết định quay trở về Việt Nam để tham gia vào những dự án mới đầy triển vọng. Một trong số đó là trở thành Founder in Residence tại .NFQ Asia (startup công nghệ toàn cầu có môi trường làm việc hàng đầu Việt Nam).Đến đây, các bạn có đang thắc mắc chức vụ Founder in Residence là gì? Và những tố chất nào, những ai có thể ứng tuyển vào vị trí này? Ngành công nghệ thông tin của Việt Nam đang ở đâu so với thế giới? Cùng nghe podcast Vietnam Innovators với khách mời Linh Nguyễn nhé!Đừng quên có thể xem bản video của podcast này tại YouTube:Và đọc những bài viết thú vị tại website: vietcetera.comVới hệ sinh thái chăm sóc sức khỏe toàn diện, Jio Health tích hợp công nghệ tối ưu hóa trải nghiệm thăm khám “từ trực tuyến đến trực tiếp”, giúp khách hàng dễ dàng tiếp cận dịch vụ chất lượng với chi phí hợp lý.Phòng khám thông minh Jio Health sở hữu đầy đủ năng lực của một phòng khám đa khoa với đội ngũ bác sĩ giỏi và trang thiết bị hiện đại, mang đến trải nghiệm chăm sóc sức khỏe ưu việt.Jio Health đang tiến gần hơn với mục tiêu mở rộng hệ thống phòng khám toàn quốc với số vốn đầu tư lên đến 20 triệu đô từ vòng gọi vốn series B.Nếu có bất cứ góp ý, phản hồi hay thắc mắc gì, bạn có thể gửi email về địa chỉ vi@vietcetera.com nhé.

Thoughtful Intentions
The Healing Power of Art

Thoughtful Intentions

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 52:43


Aida Murad is an Arab NYC based Intuitive Artist whose mission is to help people feel seen, heard and loved through art. She paints with her fingers due to a past trauma. She became an Artist because she had Rheumatoid Arthritis. They say the darker the shadow the brighter the light. Her Rheumatoid Arthritis was her shadow. Her art is her light and serves as a light for others. When she was 20 years old, she was diagnosed with her shadow and, subsequently, semi paralyzed for 4.5 years. When she was in a place of suffering, she turned to art to help her heal. However, she didn't paint with paint brushes, she painted only with her hands to demonstrate to herself and to the world that she is not damaged, and this dysmorphia will not define her. Today, Aida combines her expertise as a Reiki master, Inuitive, Coach and Artist to create fine art by painting with her fingers to both beautify people's physical spaces and bring healing (each art piece is infused with reiki). As of May 2022, Aida has sold out 10 collections and has been featured in 21 exhibitions. Her work has been featured globally including in Voice of America, Reuters, TRT World, Al Jazeera, and the United Nations. She is named as the 2022 Georgetown University Artist in Residence to create healing art for the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center. She has also collaborated with Grammy Award winning artists including the drummer from The Doors, John Densmore, to use art for social good. Her paintings have been acquired globally including by the previous Deputy Minister of Culture of the U.A.E, Qatar America Institute for Culture, Board Member of the National Museum of Mexican Art and the previous Chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights under Obama's administration at a historical landmark in Chicago. She is a BMW Foundation Leader and has received numerous awards for women in impact. As an Arab and previously disabled individual, Aida hopes to open increased pathways for more minorities and differently abled individuals to enter the arts as well as use art for nature conservation and climate change awareness.

Design To Be Conversation
Andy Budd: How to move from practitioner to leader

Design To Be Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 53:42


In today's episode, I speak with Andy Budd. Andy is a design leader, conference speaker, start-up advisor & coach. He co-founded Clearleft, the first dedicated UX consultancy in the UK, along with the Leading Design and UX London conferences. He's a member of the Adobe Design Circle, and has appeared on both the Wired 100 and BIMA 100 lists of influential leaders in tech. He's currently helping start-up founders make the most of Design in his role as an Expert in Residence at Seedcamp, Europe's most successful early stage venture fund. We dive into what you give up and what you gain in the shift from a designer role to a design leader role – and how to navigate common pitfalls. This episode is full of honest and actionable insights to guide you in choosing a path that's most meaningful to you.The book Andy references is Julie Zhuo's The Making of a Manager. Find Andy on Twitter at @andybudd.

The Chess Angle
Ep. 28: Avoiding Mistakes feat. GM Romain Edouard

The Chess Angle

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 60:13


Grandmaster Romain Edouard joins the podcast this week to explain how players of all levels can minimize mistakes in their games. Be sure to check out Romain's chess.com lesson on this subject (affiliate link), as well as his chessable course on facing the English opening (1.c4). You may also want to check out The Immortal Game platform. I caught up with Romain during his current visit to the US for his stint as GM in Residence for the St. Louis Chess Club.  Romain's books discussed in this episode:The Chess Manual of Avoidable MistakesChess Calculation Training (bundle)My Magic Years with TopalovAs mentioned, Romain is offering Chess Angle listeners a discount on all books from his website, thinkerspublishing.com. Use the code ROMAIN15 to receive 15% off all books from the site. This discount does not apply to sale items or bundles. Affiliate links earn us a commission on qualifying purchases. This helps support the podcast at no additional cost to you.Our links:WebsiteTwitterFacebookE-mail: info@thechessangle.com

Theology on Tap Chattanooga
"Imagining Our Neighbors as Ourselves: How Art Shapes Empathy" with Dr. Mary McCampbell

Theology on Tap Chattanooga

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 46:47


Anyone reading comments in online spaces is frequently confronted with a collective cultural loss of empathy. This profound deficit is directly related to the inability to imagine the life and circumstances of the other. Our malnourished capacity for empathy is connected to an equally malnourished imagination. In order to truly love and welcome others, we need to exercise our imaginations, to see our neighbors more as God sees them than as confined by our own inadequate and ungracious labels. We need stories that can convict us about our own sins of omission or commission, enabling us to see the beautiful, complex world of our neighbors as we look beyond ourselves.In this lecture, Dr. Mary McCampbell will look at how narrative art–whether literature, film, television, or popular music–expands our imaginations and, in so doing, emboldens our ability to love our neighbors as ourselves.----Dr. Mary McCampbell is an associate professor of humanities at Lee University where she regularly teaches courses on modern and contemporary fiction, film, and popular culture. A native Tennessean, she completed her doctorate at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (UK); her research focused on the relationship between contemporary fiction, late capitalist culture, and the religious impulse. Her academic and public-facing publications span the worlds of literature, film, and popular music, and this interdisciplinary focus is also present in her new book, Imagining Our Neighbors as Ourselves: How Art Shapes Empathy (Fortress Press: April 5, 2022). You can find her writing in various faith and culture publications such as Image Journal, The Other Journal, Relevant Magazine, Christianity Today, Christ and Pop Culture, and The Curator. She has been one of the organizers of Calvin College's Festival of Faith and Music since 2009, and she frequently speaks and teaches on the theological significance of popular music, film, and fiction. Mary was the Summer 2014 Writer-in-Residence at L'Abri Fellowship in Greatham, England and periodically lectures at English L'Abri. She was a Scholar-in-Residence at Regent Theological College, Vancouver, for the 2018 winter term.You can read Mary's writing and find out about her new book at marywmccampbell.com.

Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series
194. Voices, Words, and Books: An Unprecedented Literary Phenomenon in Spanish

Town Hall Seattle Arts & Culture Series

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 60:01


On the first stop of the “Las cuatro esquinas Tour” around the United States, Dr. Adriana Pacheco and Seattle Escribe bring together a panel of key players in education, culture, and literature to discuss names, topics, trends and voices in literature by writers of hispanic heritage and their impact on the culture. The literature of writers from Spanish-speaking countries who write from the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain is impacting the world in an unprecedented way. Awards, publishing houses, curated lists, and translations of new books give proof of the movement. Hablemos, escritoras has followed these changes and recognizes synergies that mark our contemporary world, as well as the causes and motivations that have driven the phenomenon. This talk, part of the 2022  “Las cuatro esquinas Tour” around the United States, will allow for conversations with cultural advocates, members of the community, and especially readers about what we have learned after years of work. Most importantly, it offers space to learn what is happening in our region, the challenges we face, and the road that still needs to be traveled in recognizing new names, topics, and trends. The tour's goal is to broaden the scope of the conversation beyond regional borders and to encourage and foster meaningful, nationwide conversations about the presence, impacts, and influences of literature, language, and the hispanic culture in the United States. This event will be presented in English. Presented by Town Hall Seattle, Seattle Escribe, and Hablemos, escritoras. Participants Catalina Marie Cantú (Xicana) is of Indigenous Mexican/Madeiran heritage and is a multi-genre writer, interdisciplinary artist, Jack Straw Fellow, and Alum of VONA/Voices and The Mineral School. She has received funding from Artists' Trust, Hugo House, Centrum, and Hedgebrook. Her poems and stories have been published widely and anthologized. Cantú earned a B.A. in La Raza Studies and a J.D. from the University of Washington, where she was a co-founding member of the groundbreaking Latinx groups MEChA and Teatro del Piojo. As a volunteer attorney, she managed the King County Bar Association Bilingual Spanish Legal Clinic. She is a co-founding member and current Board President of La Sala Latinx Artists and former chair of Los Norteños NW Latino Writers. As a writer, Cantú's goal is to bring her Latinx BIPOC family viewpoint to the page and provide stories to connect readers to themselves and their familias. She is currently finishing her braided essay collection and her first YA novel. She lives on the unceded traditional land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically, the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People. Miguel Guillén joined ArtsWA in 2016 and currently serves as Program Manager for the Grants to Organizations program. As a seasoned arts administrator, Miguel provides support to community-based arts organizations and projects, small arts groups, and artists across Washington. He has previously managed arts programs for the private sector. Born in Mexico and raised in the Skagit Valley of Washington State, Miguel received an Arts Management Certificate from Seattle Central College. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle. He is a practicing visual artist. Claudia Castro Luna is an Academy of American Poets Poet Laureate fellow (2019), WA State Poet Laureate (2018-2021), and Seattle's inaugural Civic Poet (2015-2018). Castro Luna's newest collection of poetry, Cipota Under the Moon, is forthcoming in May of 2022 from Tia Chucha Press. She is also the author of One River, A Thousand Voices, the Pushcart-nominated Killing Marías, which was also shortlisted for WA State 2018 Book Award in poetry, and the chapbook This City. Her most recent non-fiction is in There's a Revolution Outside, My Love: Letters from a Crisis. Living in English and Spanish, Claudia writes and teaches in Seattle on unceded Duwamish lands where she gardens and keeps chickens with her husband and their three children. Alfonso Mendoza is a Mexican author that has written and published more than forty peer reviewed academic articles and chapters in the areas of economics, finance, and social sciences. As a creative writer, he enjoys writing short stories and poetry. Alfonso was a founding member of Seattle Escribe and participated as a student in the first writing workshop. Since then, he has remained in close contact with creative writing and the writers in the group. He is the current president of Seattle Escribe. José Luis Montero is passionate about storytelling regardless of the medium. After dabbling in radio, photography, and filmmaking, he turned his artistic attention towards the written word, both in English and Spanish. He was born and raised in Mexico and has lived most of his adult life in Seattle. He earned a certificate in Literary Fiction from University of Washington and a Master in Narrative and Poetry from Escuela de Escritores in Madrid. Upon his return from Spain, he worked as a production intern for Copper Canyon Press and assistant editor of poetry for Narrative Magazine before becoming a resident of the Jack Straw Writers Program in 2021. He is the former president of Seattle Escribe, a nonprofit promoting Spanish literature, and currently serves on the board of Seattle City of Literature. Dr. Adriana Pacheco was born in Puebla, Mexico and is a naturalized American Citizen. She sits at, and is the former Chair of, the International Board of Advisors at University of Texas Austin. She is an Affiliate Research Fellow at Llilas Benson, a Texas Book Festival Featured Author (2012), has several publications in collective books and magazines and has edited several books like Romper con la palabra. Violencia y género en la literatura mexicana contemporánea (Eón, 2017), and Para seguir rompiendo con la palabra. Dramaturgas, cineastas, periodistas y ensayistas mexicanas contemporáneas (Literal/Eón, 2021). She is the founder and producer of Hablemos Escritoras podcast and its accompanying encyclopedia, and founder of the first online bookstore for the United States focusing on women writing in Spanish or of Hispanic heritage: Shop Escritoras. She is currently working on several new books. Rubi Romero has worked as a content and policy manager, technical account manager, and UX Researcher at Amazon. In addition, Rubi serves as one of the leaders for Latinos@; an affinity group at Amazon, as a Career Development Director, and as a project manager for the Hispanic Heritage Month. Rubi graduated from the University of Washington with a Master's Degree in Digital Business and a B.A. in Communications and Sociology. Previously, she was a Project Manager for Microsoft and a Program Director for a non-profit organization where she built a State Program to assist Latino Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Human Trafficking. Rubi is originally from Mexico City and has lived in Seattle since 1994. Kristen Millares Young is a journalist, essayist and novelist. Named a Paris Review staff pick, her debut novel Subduction won Nautilus and IPPY awards. Her short stories, essays, reviews and investigations appear most recently in the Washington Post, The Rumpus, PANK Magazine, the Los Angeles Review, and others, as well as the anthologies Alone Together, which won a Washington State Book Award in general nonfiction, and Advanced Creative Nonfiction: A Writer's Guide and Anthology. She is the editor of Seismic: Seattle, City of Literature, a 2021 Washington State Book Award finalist in creative nonfiction. A former Hugo House Prose Writer-in-Residence, Kristen was the researcher for the New York Times team that produced “Snow Fall,” which won a Pulitzer Prize. Presented by Town Hall Seattle. To become a member or make a donation click here. 

Hire Power Radio
The Blind Spots of Hiring Managers & Candidates with Varun Puri

Hire Power Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 21:11


Let's face it, a lot of people are BAD at interviewing on both sides of the table.  It is easy to understand that candidates or job seekers are bad for numerous reasons. Being nervous, out of practice, and under pressure to do well because of NEED,  create a large margin for error. For seasoned interviewers, it becomes easier to perform because the person has a lot of practice interviewing. That practice is what eventually makes it easier to land a job.  On the company side, interviewers get a lot of practice asking the same questions as everyone else, but the lack of structure & coordination does very little to uncover evidence to support the decision. The problem with that is that only surface information is gathered and at the end of the day, the hiring decision is made on circumstantial evidence, assumptions, and bias. Guest Bio: Varun Puri is the Founder of Yoodli and an Entrepreneur in Residence at Paul Allen's AI Institute. Yoodli uses AI to help people improve their public speaking and interviewing skills without the pressure of an audience.  Prior to Yoodli, Varun worked on a GoogleX project to bring high speed internet to unconnected regions using invisible lasers. He also ran special projects for Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder.  Today we discuss: Why it is important to practice your interview (or any presentation) How to practice effectively for an interview HIRING STORY: Struggle getting someone to hire him… Now getting people to hire for his startup The key to getting people to bet on you is how you communicate with them PROBLEM: Smart people on both sides of the fence (interviewers and candidates) who miss dream job and miss dream candidate Outcome: Missed hiring on both sides  Hiring managers may not represent companies in the best way Challenges today? Communication skills are an amorphous training concept. No clear way of measuring progress or diagnosing issues (we're dealing with peoples' deep insecurities).  We practice in front of the mirror, camera, and stopwatch. Or worse, avoid it altogether Why is this important to the company? Individual:  Land your dream job. Get access to the opportunities you deserve and don't miss out on them because of how you speak Corporation:  Get your dream candidate  Ensure your team is aligned Help people become more confident communicators and leaders Rick's Nuggets We don't set Expectations Allow people to prepare  Makes interviewers seem unimpressive - demonstrate  Unable to  How do we solve the problem?  3 pronged solution needed: Be aware of your biases/ way you communicate Collaborate with your team to ensure you're all saying the same story Diagnose the issues and work on them Solution: Practice interviewing skills for hiring managers: Be aware of your biases/ way you communicate   Stay on company brand Collaborate with your team to ensure you're all saying the same story Don't say the wrong thing (non inclusive language, berate competition) Diagnose the issues and work on them Time stamped feedback Convey energy Practice for candidates Rick's Nuggets Interview Structure- expectations Repeatable & predictable process Timing and Steps in process Interview question scripts Feedback loop Interview training Documentation habits Interview preparation  How to prepare the candidate How the interviewer prepares Key Takeaways that the Audience can plug into their business today! (Value): Align with your team with a set of interview questions you want to ask and follow up with the Why questions to dig deeper. Conduit the work as a team Watch the post-game highlight reel & critique  Guest Links LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/varun-puri001/ Company: https://www.yoodli.ai/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/yoodli/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/yoodli Host Links:  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rick-girard-07722/ Company: https://www.stridesearch.com/ Podcast: https://www.hirepowerradio.com Authored:  "Healing Career Wounds"  https://amzn.to/3tGbtre HireOS inquiry: rick@stridesearch.com Show Sponsor: www.stridesearch.com

None of the Above
War Stories: Brooke Gladstone and Fred Kaplan on the Media, War, and Ukraine

None of the Above

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 36:43


From the Crimean War of 1853 to Russia's invasion of Ukraine this year, journalists, reporters, and the media have shaped the public's understanding of war. But do the stories we read and the photos we see provide an impartial picture of the wars they document? As the Eurasia Group Foundation's Mark Hannah recently explained in Foreign Policy, certain aspects of American war coverage—reliance on government sources and incentives to simplify geopolitics as battles between good and evil—have long compelled news organizations to tilt toward military action.   In this special episode of None Of The Above, host of WNYC's On The Media Brooke Gladstone and Slate's “War Stories” columnist Fred Kaplan, are interviewed by Mark at the American Academy in Rome. Together, in these excerpts from that conversation, they unpack the media's coverage of Russia's war on Ukraine and the biases which influence how the media understand and depict these conflicts.   To listen to previous episodes and learn more about None Of The Above, go to www.noneoftheabovepodcast.org. To learn more about the Eurasia Group Foundation, please visit www.egfound.org and subscribe to our newsletter.   Brooke Gladstone is a journalist and host of On the Media, a Peabody Award-winning podcast by WNYC Studios. Brooke is also the Rea S. Hederman Critic in Residence at the American Academy in Rome and the author of The Influencing Machine (2011) and The Trouble with Reality: A Rumination on Moral Panic in Our Time (2017).  Fred Kaplan is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and columnist for Slate, where he authors the “War Stories” column. Fred's most recent book is The Bomb: Presidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War (2020).

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Two men were fatally shot in Midtown Manhattan last night. The Mother of an NYPD officer was shot and killed yesterday, after opening the front door of her house in Queens. A new poll found that more city residence disapprove of the way Mayor Eric Adams i

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 4:32


New Books Network
On Interfaith Activism, Sikhism, and Hinduism

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 56:54


Tahil Sharma grew up in an interfaith family and practices Sikhism and Hinduism. He is a Program Manager for Faith Outreach at Brave New Films and an Interfaith Minister in Residence at the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Showreel
Art After Dark & NIDA X Program

Showreel

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022


First up we talk with Belinda Collins, The Social Crew creative director, responsible for coordinating the fantastic array of events happening at NGV Australia, NGV International, Fed Square, ACMI, State Library of Victory and Melbourne Museum for two nights only - May 13 & 14 between the wee hours of 6pm - 1pm as part of ART AFTER DARK here.We follow with a chat with NIDA Director in Residence, David Berthold about NIDA X, an initiative that offers grants of up to $10,000 to NIDA Alumni for live entertainment projects that combine storytelling with new technologies. David is joined by one of the members of a winning project, Mark Bolotin here.

Showreel
Art After Dark & NIDA X Program

Showreel

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022


First up we talk with Belinda Collins, The Social Crew creative director, responsible for coordinating the fantastic array of events happening at NGV Australia, NGV International, Fed Square, ACMI, State Library of Victory and Melbourne Museum for two nights only - May 13 & 14 between the wee hours of 6pm - 1pm as part of ART AFTER DARK here.We follow with a chat with NIDA Director in Residence, David Berthold about NIDA X, an initiative that offers grants of up to $10,000 to NIDA Alumni for live entertainment projects that combine storytelling with new technologies. David is joined by one of the members of a winning project, Mark Bolotin here.

NPZ LAW GROUP - Immigration Podcast
Update on I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence

NPZ LAW GROUP - Immigration Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 4:02


Update on I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence

614Startups
Startups For All Mankind, Dr. Erika Pryor, EPiC Creative + Design

614Startups

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 39:57


On this episode, Elio interviews Dr. Erika Pryor of EPiC Creative + Design. EPiC Creative and Design LLC is an innovative design and strategy studio offering clients a dynamic partnership to meet your evolving and diverse needs. Erika is an Executive in Residence at Denison University where she teaches on launching and scaling startups via marketing industry expertise, hands-on workshops, and four internships. Elio and Erika discuss what it takes to wear multiple hats while leading multiple projects, why personal leadership development helps you take your business to the next level, and how organizations from across the State of Ohio are coming together to help Black founders start and scale successful companies. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/614startups/support

If Not Now Wen
From Idea to Successful Startups - Interview with Martin Martinez

If Not Now Wen

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 42:38


My special guest in today's episode of If Not Now Wen is Martin Martinez. He is the Entrepreneur in Residence at Founder Institute, the world's most proven network to turn an idea into startup and turn a startup into global business since 2009, helping 5500 companies across the world and on six continents. Martin is also the host and producer for the online show Global Startup Report and Founder Showcase Series. He is passionate about supporting founders as an advisor and he serves on the advisory board for many entrepreneurship programs as well as one of the world's leading festivals and conferences South by Southwest. Martin helps to build community and support for entrepreneurs to really create their dream business, and his story and mission are so inspiring! On the podcast, we discuss: - Why having the right support network can make entrepreneurship more manageable and successful - One of the biggest mistakes you can make as a startup (and how you can avoid making it!) - Why it's so important to engage the right advisors who understand small startups - Some of the biggest misconceptions about the startup world I know you're going to love this episode and get so many amazing takeaways! I can't wait to hear what you think! Curious to hear more from Martin? Catch today's episode right here or connect with Martin directly on LinkedIn!

The Chills at Will Podcast
Episode 121 with Michael Torres, Crafter of Profound and Musical Lines, Master of Imagery and Pathos, and Author of the Award-Winning Poetry Collection, An Incomplete List of Names

The Chills at Will Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 84:24


Episode 121 Notes and Links to Michael Torres' Work          On Episode 121 of The Chills at Will Podcast, Pete welcomes Michael Torres, and the two discuss, among other topics, his growing up in Pomona, CA, and his childhood and adolescence influences on his work, the speaker as poet and vice versa, his early reading prompted by a generous older sister, works and writers that have thrilled him and impelled him to write, his poetry collection's themes of identity and masculinity, and the real-life background of his dynamite lines and strong images.       Michael Torres is a VONA distinguished alum and CantoMundo fellow. In 2016 he received his MFA in creative writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato, was a winner of the Loft Mentor Series, received an Individual Artist Initiative Grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, and was awarded a Jerome Foundation Research and Travel Grant to visit the pueblo in Jalisco, Mexico where his father grew up. In 2019 he received fellowships and awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, and The Loft Literary Center for the Mirrors & Windows Program. A former Artist-in-Residence at the Camargo Foundation in Cassis, France as well as a McKnight Writing Fellow, he is currently a 2021-22 Jerome Hill Artist Fellow.     His first collection of poems, AN INCOMPLETE LIST OF NAMES, (Beacon Press, 2020) was selected by Raquel Salas Rivera for the National Poetry Series, named one of NPR's Best Books of 2020, and was featured on the podcast Code Switch.     His writing has been featured or is forthcoming in Best New Poets 2020, The New Yorker, POETRY, Ploughshares, Smartish Pace, Los Angeles Review of Books, The Georgia Review, The Sun, Water~Stone Review, Southern Indiana Review, Ninth Letter, Poetry Northwest, Copper Nickel, Fifth Wednesday Journal, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, The McNeese Review, MIRAMAR, Green Mountains Review, Forklift, Ohio, Hot Metal Bridge, The Boiler Journal, Paper Darts, River Teeth, The Acentos Review, Okey-Panky, Sycamore Review, SALT, Huizache, online as The Missouri Review's Poem of the Week, on The Slowdown with Tracy K. Smith.     Michael was born and brought up in Pomona, CA, where he spent his adolescence as a graffiti artist. Currently, he teaches in the MFA program at Minnesota State University, Mankato, and through the Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop.     Michael Torres' Website   Buy An Incomplete List of Names   Michael's Appearance on NPR's Code Switch   "In The Field: Conversations With Our Contributors–Michael Torres" At about 3:20, Michael talks about growing up in Pomona, CA, and his relationship with language and literature   At about 6:00, Michael highlights his older sister's contributions in introducing him to great literature, and Michael details being immediately intrigued by Luis Rodriguez's Always Running   At about 10:00, Pete connects Luis Rodriguez and getting attention through his nickname and Michael's views of tagging and identity    At about 13:50, Michael responds to Pete's questions about connections between peer pressure and growing up, including how Michael's “Down” was inspired by Kendrick Lamar's “The Art of Peer Pressure”   At about 18:00, Pete flits from A Bronx Tale to a phenomenon with students' writing their full names in past years as the two “discuss the “desire to leave something behind”   At about 20:10, Pete cites profound and interesting lines from An Incomplete List of Names that deal with identity, and Pete asks about “Michael” and the delineation between his name and “Remek”   At about 22:00, Michael discusses what reading and writers inspired and thrilled him as he got into late high school and college, including 2Pac and The Rose that Grew From Concrete, Charles Bukowski, Gary Soto's The Elements of San Joaquin, and Albert Camus' The Stranger   At about 26:40, Michael further explains hip-hop's influence on him, including from groups like Dilated Peoples, A Tribe Called Quest, Pharcyde, Jurassic 5   At about 30:00, Michael lays out events and people who helped him find his writing voice and skill and community    At about 32:00, Michael highlights moments that convinced him of his love for poetry    At about 34:00, Michael highlights John Bramingham and others who helped him learn about the publication process   At about 35:30, A Mic and Dim Lights is highlighted as a open mic spot that fostered Michael's skills and confidence   At about 37:00, Pete asks about the transition from student to teacher/mentor for Michael, as Michael shouts out UC Riverside and Freddy Lopez   At about 40:10, Pete asks Michael about “Stop Looking My Name Like That” and ideas of the speaker as the poet   At about 42:40, Michael describes “writing in resistance” to conversations had at a conference he attended   At about 44:30, Pete talks about his favorite scene in moviedom, and its connections to innocence and nostalgia and Michael's writing   At about 45:30, Pete quotes some dynamite lines and asks Michael about ideas of identity   At about 49:30, Michael analyzes a profound line and connects it to memory and nostalgia    At about 51:00, Michael discusses community and connections to a “transaction” and the moving (no pun intended) poem “Push”   At about 52:10, Michael gives background on his father and perspectives on his dad's background and its connection to their relationship   At about 54:15, ideas of masculinity are explored through standout lines, including “Down” and its three iterations    At about 56:45, Michael talks about “masks” and tough exteriors and acting tough as ways of getting by and not getting “clowned”   At about 58:45, Michael gives background on an interesting and fitting phrase he uses in his poetry   At about 1:00:25, Pete and Michael discuss a tender line from “Down/II” as Michael gives background on the line as a mix of moments in his life   At about 1:03:30, Michael discusses ideas of youth valuing themselves as touched upon in his work   At about 1:05:20, Pete highlights a line from the collection that is representative of the whole   At about 1:07:00, Pete asks about Michael's community of writers and who moves him in 2022; Michael cites Willie Perdomo, Mary Szybist and “Incarnadine,” Patricia Smith, Paul Tran, Dustin Pearson, Emily Yoon, Chris McCormick, Eduardo Corral, and Chen Chen   At about 1:09:10, Michael reads from “Down/I”   At about 1:15:00, Michael reads Part VI and X of “Elegy Roll Call”   At about 1:17:00, Michael details upcoming projects   At about 1:21:00, Michael gives out social media/contact info     You can now subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, and leave me a five-star review. You can also ask for the podcast by name using Alexa, and find the pod on Stitcher, Spotify, and on Amazon Music. Follow me on IG, where I'm @chillsatwillpodcast, or on Twitter, where I'm @chillsatwillpo1. You can watch other episodes on YouTube-watch and subscribe to The Chills at Will Podcast Channel. Please subscribe to both my YouTube Channel and my podcast while you're checking out this episode.      This is a passion project of mine, a DIY operation, and I'd love for your help in promoting what I'm convinced is a unique and spirited look at an often-ignored art form. The intro song for The Chills at Will Podcast is “Wind Down” (Instrumental Version), and the other song played on this episode was “Hoops” (Instrumental)” by Matt Weidauer, and both songs are used through ArchesAudio.com.     Please tune in for Episode 122 with Sonora Reyes, the author of the forthcoming contemporary young adult novel, THE LESBIANA'S GUIDE TO CATHOLIC SCHOOL. They write fiction full of queer and Latinx characters in a variety of genres, with current projects in both kidlit and adult categories. Sonora is also the creator and host of the Twitter chat #QPOCChat, a monthly community-building chat for queer writers of color.     The episode will air on May 10.

The CEO Sessions
What Creates the DNA of a Great Team? CEO of HiBob, Ronni Zehavi

The CEO Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 39:43


Remember that the "DNA" of a team is established EARLY. It consists of communication patterns, relationships, and processes. When you ignore these, it can lead to team fragility, disengagement, and a toxic work environment. So don't focus on results so much that you forget to set the DNA for a successful team. I hosted CEO and Co-Founder, Ronni Zehavi at Hibob. Hibob is a cloud-based People Management platform for fast-growing businesses that cover the entire employee lifecycle, from onboarding to offboarding. Hibob's unique employee engagement platform enhances company culture, reduces churn, and provides invaluable insights about your company while reducing the administrative burden of HR. Ronni has over 25 years of experience in multinational, hi-tech companies. Prior to setting up Hibob, he was an Entrepreneur in Residence at the Silicon Valley-based Bessemer Venture Partners. He's also the strategic advisor and co-founder of Team8 Cyber Security, a powerhouse developing disruptive tech in the cyber security space. LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronnizehavi/ Company Link: https://www.hibob.com/ What You'll Discover in this Episode: The story behind naming his company Hibob. Why Josh Bersin has coined them a “darling of the HCM industry”. Why “Bob” their technology platform is like “Instagram in the front and Workday in the back”. 3 keys to creating a great team. Why your first 20 hires matter most. The Great Resignation. Why is it happening? Quotes: “Before you think about attrition, think about retention.” “Your first 20 hires set the DNA of your company.” “Your direct reports must have “wide shoulders”.” “Retention is not an HR issue. It's something every manager must address.” ----- Connect with the Host, #1 bestselling author Ben Fanning https://www.benfanning.com/speaker/ (Speaking and Training inquires) https://my.captivate.fm/followbenonyoutube.com (Subscribe to my Youtube channel) https://www.linkedin.com/in/benfanning/ (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/benfanning1/ (Instagram) https://twitter.com/BenFanning1 (Twitter)

Tent Theology
Kelly Brown Douglas, wonderful womanist hope and the renewed imagination

Tent Theology

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 55:50


A Tent Talks first. Listen and lean in, as we are joined by the ground-breaking womanist theologian - the Very Reverend Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas. She is in conversation with our previous tent talk guest and theologian, Dr Selina Stone, and our host Reverend Natasha Beckles. They engage in a rare, rich transatlantic conversation exploring eschatology, church and the scars of Christ.The Very Reverend Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas serves as the Dean of the Episcopal Divinity School at Union Theological Seminary (https://utsnyc.edu/eds) and the Bill and Judith Moyers Chair in Theology at Union.  She also is Canon Theologian at the Washington National Cathedral and Theologian in Residence at Trinity Church Wall Street. Dean Kelly's latest book is Resurrection Hope: A Future Where Black Lives Matter (November 2021, Orbis Books), She is the author of many articles and books, including Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God, and Sexuality and the Black Church:A Womanist Perspective. You can find her on social media at: @DeanKBD  on Twitter and @EDSatUnion on Facebook.Dr Selina Stone is Tutor and Lecturer in Theology at St Mellitus College in London and a research consultant. Her PhD completed in 2021 at the University of Birmingham focussed on Pneumatology, Pentecostalism and Social Justice. Revd Natasha Beckles is an Anglican priest in the Church of England, who has a background in educational leadership, safeguarding and inclusion. Natasha is curate at St Martin's Gospel Oak, London who has been commissioned to work part-time for London Diocese' Compassionate Communities team, developing and resourcing the mission, partnership working and outreach specifically on the issue of Serious Youth Violence & Contextual Safeguarding. Find her on Instagram at: @natashabelovedHas anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.

The Practical Stoic with Simon J. E. Drew
Overcoming Human Devolution with Shane Trotter

The Practical Stoic with Simon J. E. Drew

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 65:35


The Walled Garden is a podcast and community of independent philosophers and seekers who are dedicated to the pursuit of truth, wisdom, virtue, and the divine. Led by Australian poet, philosopher, and musician Simon Drew, American philosopher, author, and speaker Sharon Lebell, and British philosopher and researcher Kai Whiting, The Walled Garden hosts regular live events and meetups with fascinating philosophers, theologians, artists, leaders, and seekers who can teach us all about how to live a flourishing existence. Visit The Walled Garden: thewalledgarden.com Join our free Discord Chat: https://discord.gg/5TAUzfdCe8 Get one-on-one mentoring with our philosophers: https://thewalledgarden.com/mentors Register for Upcoming Events: https://thewalledgarden.com/events Shop at The Walled Garden: https://thewalledgarden.store/ About Our Guest: Shane Trotter is the author of Setting the Bar: Preparing Our Kids to Thrive in an Era of Distraction, Dependency, and Entitlement. As a writer, educator, and High-School Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, he has been challenging youth development norms for over a decade. Shane believes that too much emphasis on comfort and a lost sense of community standards has left people feeling purposeless, disconnected, and trapped in self-limiting patterns. Shane has been featured by multiple coaching clinics and Spartan.com. His articles have been published by websites with millions of readers, such as Quillette, Areo, and Breaking Muscle, where he was an Expert Coach in Residence and helped start the Breaking Muscle podcast. His blog, Inspired Human Development, focuses on exploring the principles of human thriving. Subscribe to get his newsletter, Stuff They Never Told You, for free each week. About Simon Drew: Simon is a poem-writing, multi-instrument-playing, mountain-climbing philosopher. Known by Sharon as an “intrepid soul traveller,” he uses his art to explore deep questions about the nature of the divine and the path to personal Alignment. Simon is most widely known for his work on The Practical Stoic Podcast (now The Walled Garden). Simon's book, The Poet & The Sage, was released in 2021. About Sharon Sebell: Sharon is one of the pioneers of the contemporary Stoicism movement, and the author behind the best-selling interpretation of Epictetus' writings, “The Art of Living: The Classical Manual on Virtue, Happiness, and Effectiveness.” As a musician and prominent writer, Sharon seeks to liberate the wisdom of the past in order to facilitate deeper meaning-making and personal flourishing. About Kai Whiting: Kai is one of the world's foremost experts on traditional Stoicism, as well as being a lecturer and researcher in the field of sustainability. In his book, “Being Better: Stoicism for a World Worth Living In,” Kai and his co-author Leo Konstantakos encourage their readers to expand their circles of concern and to work for the common flourishing of humanity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Startup Survival Podcast
Episode 3.8 - Managing Emotions in a Crisis

Startup Survival Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 54:52


Human behaviour changes when the pressure is on. And for business owners, nothing generates pressure quite like a crisis.In this compelling episode all about entrepreneurship emotion, seasoned academic Dr Rachel Doern explores and explains how startups behave in really challenging situations. Importantly, she goes onto talk about issues such as emotional intelligence as well as strategies that any startup can learn about and apply so they are better able to manage their emotions in a crisis.By tuning into this episode, anyone who has had practical experience of working through the pandemic (or any other crisis) will be able to develop their knowledge and apply theoretical principles. Understanding these principles will allow you to better control emotions, make more informed decisions and thus help your business to survive and prosper in the future.Learn more about our special guestDr Rachel Doern is a Reader in Entrepreneurship in the Institute of Management Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. Much of her research examines the cognitions, emotions and behaviours of entrepreneurs in adverse conditions, including times of crisis. Her research is inter-disciplinary in nature and draws on micro-sociological and psychological approaches to understanding resilience and vulnerability. She is especially interested in how entrepreneurs navigate difficult situations, contexts and emotions. Her recent research projects also look at entrepreneurial diversity, and different entrepreneurial identities and communities.Subscribe to the podcastIf you enjoy the Startup Survival Podcast and want to receive news and notifications of upcoming episodes, subscribe here.A bit of podcast author background...UK-based Peter Harrington set up his first business following graduation in York in 1989. He has since started and grown several companies in various sectors including research, marketing, design, print, educational software and consultancy. Over the last 30+ years, Peter has employed over 1,000 people and experienced many highs and a few lows including burglaries, floods, fire and of course the most recent pandemic.As well as being the CEO with the SimVenture team, Peter is also an Entrepreneur in Residence at London South Bank University.Big thanks to LSE Generate, the SimVenture Team and Seajam Moths for supporting the Startup Survival Podcast.Find Guest details and all Reference SourcesThe full podcast series together with additional materials, guest details and hyperlinks to all episode reference sources is available on Peter Harrington's Blog 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to Entrepreneurship'. 

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools
250: Andria Zafirakou - Global Teacher Prize winner 2018

Education On Fire - Sharing creative and inspiring learning in our schools

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 45:13


We celebrate the release of our 250th episode with an inspirational conversation with Andria Zafirakou - 2018 Global Teacher Prize winner and founder of the charity Artists in Residence. Andria, a teacher at Alperton Community School in Brent, won $1 million when she was crowned the best teacher in the world by the Varkey Foundation. Andria was born in north-west London to Greek-Cypriot parents and state-educated in Brent and Camden. She is an art and textiles teacher in Brent on the outskirts of London, one of the world's most ethnically diverse places. She is passionate about education and changing the lives of young people and underserved communities through creativity. She has worked her entire teaching career of 14 years at Alperton Community School and was promoted to Deputy Head of Art within a year of her arrival. She is now Associate Deputy Headteacher leading on staff professional development. Using the prize money awarded by the Global Teacher prize, Andria founded a charity called https://artistsinresidence.org.uk/ (Artists in Residence (AiR)) with an aim to improve arts education in schools.   Andria has also been named in the top ten of The Evening Standard's 1000 Londoners List, a list of the most influential people in London. She is a Culture Leader for the World Economic Forum's as well as a member of their Global Future Leaders Council.   Andria sits on the Advisory board for the Cultural Leaders Alliance. Artists in Residence is a new initiative to promote creativity in schools founded by Andria Zafirakou. “In recent times, there has been a decline in children choosing to study arts at GCSE, or enter into the workplace in an arts based job. Artists in Residence brings prestigious artists into schools and enables students to vision an exciting world they can be part of. This programme is not just about celebrities performing inspirational speeches; it is about real exposure to inspirational experiences, lasting creative relationships, and inspiring children to start a journey into artistic industries.” Website https://www.andriazafirakou.com/ (www.andriazafirakou.com) https://www.artistsinresidence.org.uk/ (www.artistsinresidence.org.uk)

Under the Radar with Callie Crossley
Book Club: Quincy Carroll's 'Unwelcome'

Under the Radar with Callie Crossley

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 25:07


This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: Cole Chen is the odd duck in a family at a loss to understand him. Friends don't get him, either. The 23-year-old is searching for connection and success but lacks the tools to achieve either. Author Quincy Carroll's “Unwelcome" tells the story of the privileged Cole whose world view is shaped by his inability to grasp the reality of his life. GUEST: Quincy Carroll is the author of "Up to the Mountains and Down to the Countryside" and "Unwelcome." Originally from Natick, MA, he studied in the M.F.A. Creative Writing program at Emerson College and holds a B.A. from Yale University. He has lived in China on and off over the years, most recently as an Artist in Residence at the Swatch Art Peace Hotel in Shanghai. He is currently based in Oakland, CA, where he teaches mindfulness and writing at a local middle school.

GLIDE Podcast
Episode 328: GLIDE Tiny Celebration from April 24, 2022 - The Poet In Residence

GLIDE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 16:28


Welcome to GLIDE Memorial Church's “Tiny Celebrations,” the mini-podcast highlighting the inspirational words and music from our Sunday Celebration.In this special episode, celebrating National Poetry Month, Glide's Poet in Residence, Nicia D'Lovely presents three poems to close out the month.Please support the music, the art, and the message of GLIDE Memorial Church. Please donate today. https://www.glide.org/igive/

Sport Management Industry Insight Series
Episode 20: HPU SMG Students Share Their Experiences on Shadowing Cynt Marshall and Her Team Over at the Dallas Mavericks!

Sport Management Industry Insight Series

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 25:35


In today's special episode of the SMG Industry Insights Podcast, we sit down with five HPU sport management students that recently went to Dallas, Texas to shadow HPU's Sports Executive in Residence, Cynt Marshall and her team over at the Dallas Mavericks! They discuss their experiences from this amazing trip and provide some valuable advice to current and future sport management students on how to succeed in the sports industry! Episode begins at 2:28!

Vox Vomitus
Jessica Strawser, author of "The Next Thing You Know"

Vox Vomitus

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 44:49


https://jessicastrawser.com Jessica Strawser is the editor-at-large at Writer's Digest, where she served as editorial director for nearly a decade and became known for her in-depth cover interviews with such luminaries as David Sedaris and Alice Walker. She's the author of the book club favorites Almost Missed You, a Barnes & Noble Best New Fiction pick; Not That I Could Tell, a Book of the Month bestseller; Forget You Know Me, awarded a starred review by Publishers Weekly, and A Million Reasons Why, called “a standout” in a starred Booklist review and named to Most Anticipated lists from Goodreads, SheReads, Frolic, E! News & others. Her latest, The Next Thing You Know, is a People Magazine Pick for Best New Novel (new March 2022, all from St. Martin's Press). Honored as the 2019 Writer-in-Residence at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Strawser has written for The New York Times Modern Love, Publishers Weekly and other fine venues, and lives in Cincinnati with her husband and two children. A contributing editor for Career Authors and an active Tall Poppy Writer, she keynotes frequently for writing conferences, book fairs and festivals, book clubs, libraries, and other events that are kind enough to invite her. She tweets @jessicastrawser and enjoys connecting on Facebook and Instagram. VOX VOMITUS: Sometimes, it's not what goes right in the writing process, it's what goes horribly wrong. Host/Literary horror novelist Jennifer Anne Gordon with help from her co-host/author Allison Martine, chat with some of the best authors of the day www.jenniferannegordon.com www.afictionalhubbard.com #voxvomitus #voxvomituspodcast #authorswhopodcast #authors #authorlife #authorsoninstagram #authorsinterviewingauthors #livevideopodcast #livepodcast #horror #bookstagram #liveauthorinterview #voxvomituslivevideopodcast #JessicaStrawser #MissedYou #NotThaTICouldTell #ForgetYouKnowMe #TheNextThingYouKnow --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/voxvomitus/support

Spirit Matters Talk
Stephen Cope Interview

Spirit Matters Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 40:16


Stephen Cope is a best-selling author and scholar who specializes in the relationship between the Eastern contemplative traditions and Western depth psychology. Among his seminal works in this area are: Yoga and the Quest for the True Self, The Wisdom of Yoga, The Great Work of Your Life. Deep Human Connection, and his most recent book, The Dharma in Difficult Times: Finding Your Calling in Times of Loss, Change, Struggle, and Doubt. For almost thirty years, Stephen has been Scholar-in-Residence at the renowned Kripalu Center—the largest center for the study and practice of yoga in the Western world in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Formerly, he was director of the Kripalu Institute for Extraordinary Living, one of the world's most influential research institutes examining the effects and mechanisms of yoga and meditation, in collaboration with researchers from Harvard Medical School and other institutions. In its twenty-fifth anniversary edition, “Yoga Journal” named Stephen one of the most influential thinkers, writers, and teachers on the current American yoga scene. We spoke about his personal path, his engagement with Kripalu, and mainly his new book, The Dharma in Difficult Times. Learn more about Stephen Cope here: https://www.stephencope.com/